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381. Collisions and Upheavals [Journals] [Pensee]
... over lush vegetation, while green meadows and forests were transformed into deserts. In a few awful moments, civilizations collapsed. Species were exterminated in continental sweeps of mud, rock and sea. Tidal waves crushed even the largest beasts, tossing their bones into tangled heaps in valleys and rock fissures, preserved beneath mountains of sediment. The mammoths ... the morning and evening star, never retreating more than 48 from the sun. Isaiah, who had witnessed the planet's destructive power, sang of its disgrace: "How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of morning! How art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! For thou hast said ...
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382. Eulogies to Three Quantavolutionaries [Books] [de Grazia books]
... some discovery to send crashing down upon him. By now it should be painfully evident to them that they are sons of Sisyphus, condemned for their intrigues to push huge rocks up the hill only to have them fall back to the bottom, times without end. They might have enjoyed, as we have enjoyed, to live in communion ... Libraries, who could find me, and it was Velikovsky's fault; I might be in the religious section, or in archaeology, or the astronomy collection, or the art library, or in geology; I might be anywhere in the acres of buildings and shelves, thanks to Velikovsky. Survivor's guilt, compounding the loss and mourning, ...
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383. The Obliteration of Human Signs [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the leading question. One would think that we might find a model to consult in paleontology. But the field has not gone far beyond associating some life forms with some rock strata and not even this is done with full microscopy and chemistry on computerized data banks. The leading question, "How many species have existed at a given point ... give for the fact that only a few scattered stone tools and bones will confront the scientist of today who is working with conventional theories at the present "state of the art?" To answer the question, one must tell what has been discovered in the nature of remains and legends of this period. Then one must say what kinds ...
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384. Sun 13 July Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... appreciation of these sites has been inhibited by a misunderstanding of their nature. They could be seen as evidence for earthquake-proofing in the late Bronze Age. 3.) Cup-and-ring rock carvings in Scotland: one site in the west has yielded reasonably clear evidence for re-carving in the late Bronze Age which just might be signs of unusual cometary activity at ... in which a large number of cultural elements underwent quick and sharp change within the same short period of time. These include the appearance of secular as opposed to strictly religious art, a host of new religions of a new type, new philosophies of a new type, writing, dynastic upheavals, the quick upsurge and removal of several tyrannical ...
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... people accept without question the archaic ideas produced by supposed authorities such as that a volcano is thrown up from the earth's interior, and an eruption is the escape of molten rock through a " fault " in the crust ; that an earthquake is caused by a contraction of the earth's crust due to the slowly cooling incandescent mass below ; and ... by Messrs. Murray in 1917. The late Dr. Anderson's photographs of volcanoes which he took in all parts of the world remain the most valuable record of pictorial volcanic art in existence. APPIAN WAY. March, 1925. ...
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... bolder. The sun-worshipping monks' must have been first-class mountaineers to manage, as must certainly have been necessary sometimes, the ascent of, and descent from, the Tarpeian rocks of their stylitic home. If we picture them to have travelled to and from their settlements, and to have transported their materials there, by means of boats or ... that time, and of plant life too. The numerous practically or entirely sessile tribes were not only able to carry on agriculture and horticulture, but also to cultivate the arts and practise the sciences. At the time when Tiahuanaco was built, Andinia' was one of those tropical island refuges. This assertion is amply borne out by biological ...
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387. Quartered At Yale [Journals] [Kronos]
... appalling method. As to the geological aspect of the theory of Worlds in Collision, Longwell says: "Velikovsky raises anew the matter of erratic blocks'- masses of rock that clearly have been displaced through distances of tens or even hundreds of miles from the localities of their origin. No problem that has confronted geologists seems to be more ... has the sun remaining above the horizon. Nothing of this was questioned by Latourette. So what did he disprove or expose? George Kubler, Professor of the History of Art at Yale and a student of Mesoamerican civilization, brought two issues to the discussion. He wondered that I interpreted the 52-year cycle of the Mayas and Mexican Indians " ...
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388. Quartered At Yale. File II (Stargazers and Gravediggers) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Stargazers]
... my appalling method. As for the geological aspect of the theory of Worlds in Collision, Longwell says: Velikovsky raises anew the matter of "erratic blocks" --masses of rock that clearly have been displaced through distances of tens or even hundreds of miles from the localities of their origin. No problem that has confronted geologists seems to be more ... tradition has the sun remaining above the horizon. Nothing of this was questioned by Latourette. What did he disprove or expose? George Kubler, professor of the history of art at Yale and a student of Mesoamerican civilization, brought the following issues to the discussion. First, he wondered that I interpreted the fifty-two-year cycle of the Mayan and ...
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389. Friday Evening Discussion [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . Lynn said he could well imagine that some of those king lists were inscribed in Ptolemaic times. Dwardu Cardona was asked how people in the southern hemisphere who produced early rock art could have seen the Polar Configuration. He suggested that man started in the North before migrating South. This, however, remains unproven. Advertisement AEON V: ... many restored walls might also have been blank, so it would have been very easy in Ptolemaic times to make these additions. His paper stresses the degree to which ridiculous art restoration does go on. For example, Abraham Lincoln's log cabin' was reconstructed from some logs scattered in the Kentucky woods where Thomas Lincoln's cabin was. Now it's ...
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390. The Origami of Species [Journals] [Kronos]
... with a cometary body as described by Ignatius Donnelly in the 19th century. One might well wonder what subtle effects are contained in the loud and sometimes incoherent properties of hard rock music to which our progeny seems to be psychologically addicted, and which in some measure may be the residuum of an ancestral acoustical memory of a tumultuous event. But ... From: Kronos Vol. I No. 4 (Winter 1976) Home | Issue Contents The Origami of Species The Japanese art of paper folding- Origami- shows how many beautiful complex shapes can be formed from an essentially two dimensional object. One can appreciate the difficulties by attempting some of the more complicated patterns, where the paper convolutions almost ...
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