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361. New Fashions in Catastrophism [Books] [de Grazia books]
... in the bottoms of old lakes, and of petroleum. He declared that all ( 'not one exception, ' at my prompting) petroleum had been found in sedimentary rocks from ancient seas. But not all sedimentary strata have oil? ' No And if we found one non-sedimentary pocket of oil, the theory would be blasted? ' ... When a true believer is excommunicated or goes apostate from a charismatic cult he is, if let go scot-free, inclined to start his own cult, and in science or art, there is every reason to wish the apostate or excommunicant well. Robert Stephanos left V. s circle and found a new interest, another cosmic heretic, by ...
362. "The Seasons Alter": Catastrophism in A Midsummer Night's Dream [Journals] [Kronos]
... greets Oberon with joy, and the fairy world is reunited as Oberon proclaims Sound, music. [MUSIC] Come, my Queen, take hands with me, And rock the ground whereon these sleepers be. [DANCE] Now thou and I are new in amity, And will to-morrow midnight solemnly Dance in Duke Theseus' house triumphantly ... comic urge throughout our civilisation, a need to express experience as comedy. This essential need must therefore be significant. Elsewhere, I have advanced the theory that enduring narrative art conveys in code, at a subtextual level, a racial knowledge which is important but troublesome, and that we create art with such knowledge as its skeleton because it ...
363. The Secret of Baalbek (Concluded) [Journals] [Kronos]
... not constitute a trilithon in the modern sense of the word.- DC In the quarry a mile away is found another stone of comparable size, cut out of the rock from all but one side; it appears that this stone of more perfect cut was quarried in a later time, possibly in the days of Jeroboam, or even ... it is especially the age of Solomon that shows this type of stone shaping (chiseling). The photograph of the outer wall of Baalbek's temple area illustrates that the same art of chiseling was employed in the preparation of stones for its construction. Whatever the time of construction of other parts of Baalbek's compound- neolithic, Israelite, Syrian, ...
364. Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion by Ev Cochrane [Journals] [SIS Review]
... copied by the selection of a human victim at later times of crisis. Although the book is illustrated it is not lavishly so, but an appendix of symbols from Neolithic rock art to Mesoamerican Venus symbols adds weight to the basic theory that the ancient sun' was Saturn, seen at the apex of a pillar and with the planets Venus ... Mars in front of it. However, the text alone weaves a pattern of connections between the varied heroes of the world, establishing them convincingly as manifestations of the strange behaviour of the planet Mars in ancient times. This Mars is not quite the same as that envisaged by Velikovsky but his metamorphosis into an integral part of a Polar Configuration ...
365. Ramses II and his Time by Immanuel Velikovsky [Velikovsky]
... AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF NEBUCHADNEZZAR Climbing the Throne . The Personality of Nebuchadnezzar . Changing History . Chapter VI: THE "FORGOTTEN EMPIRE": TESTIMONY OF ART Yazilikaya: "The Inscribed Rock" . Archaeology and "Hittite" Monuments . "In the Deepest Darkness" . Gordion . The Dark Age of Anatolia . The "Gold Tomb" of Carchemish ... Babylon . Chapter V: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF NEBUCHADNEZZAR Climbing the Throne . The Personality of Nebuchadnezzar . Changing History . Chapter VI: THE "FORGOTTEN EMPIRE": TESTIMONY OF ART Yazilikaya: "The Inscribed Rock" . Archaeology and "Hittite" Monuments . "In the Deepest Darkness" . Gordion . The Dark Age of Anatolia . The ...
366. Chaos and Creation by Alfred de Grazia [Books] [de Grazia books]
... source of the saltatory changes of the earth and man has been in the skies, in disorders among the heavenly bodies. The celestial disturbances wrecked and reconstituted the atmosphere, rocks, and waters of the world. All combined to reorder the plant and animal kingdoms. Finally they created and molded modern humankind. In brief, forces of extra-terrestrial ... in this world, including our very being as humans, must logically be thought of as the "good" side of the catastrophes of which we speak. Humanity, art, institutions and science are products of the most ancient catastrophes. So, again, the words "quantavolution" and "revolution" may be preferable, or at ...
367. Editorial [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... on Ancient History, the provision title is "How Reliable is the Conventional Chronology?". Details later. Book, book books Several new books have appeared. Our Rock Who Art in Heaven by Jacqueline Brook (page 2) compares Bible stories with those in mythology. The Vital Vastness by Richard Pasichnyk (page 2) takes a ... look at our living universe. When the Gods Came Down: the Catastrophic Roots of Religion Revealed is the new book by Alan F. Alford (page 5). Dance of the Planets by Angiras (page 7) reveals Sacred Myths of all cultures relating that Venus and Mars repeatedly came close to the Earth for 3000 years. And ...
368. Thanatos and Anastasis [Journals] [Aeon]
... - of the Temple, that divided the Holy of Holies from the rest of the sanctuary, was torn asunder; and, finally, there was an earthquake that split rocks and opened graves (Matthew 27:45, 51-53). The terrible events of that fateful Friday presage those that are presumed to accompany the interpreted Second Coming of ... , see H. Franfort, op. cit., pp. 191-193, 290-291. 50. Ibid., p. 185; E. Otto, Ancient Egyptian Art: The Cults of Osiris and Amon (N .Y ., 1967), pp. 25, 43. 51. H. Frankfort, op. cit ...
369. The Sky Goddess Nut [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... tumultuous noise. Then the sawteeth develop into strings of triangles, ladder shapes, and stacks of donuts. (See also Internet Digest 2000:1 , Plasma Discharges in Rock Art, page 21). ...
... but promised Moses that he would procure them a fountain, and plenty of water, from a place they did not expect any. So he commanded him to smite the rock which they saw lying there, (5 ) with his rod, and out of it to receive plenty of what they wanted; for he had taken care that ... an hin is our own country measure, and contains two Athenian choas, or congiuses); then mix them together, and boil them, and prepare them after the art of the apothecary, and make them into a very sweet ointment; and afterward to take it to anoint and to purify the priests themselves, and all the tabernacle ...
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