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... the kingdom was "renewed". At Susa Xerxes built another palace and harem, and at Nakhsh-i-Rustam, close to Persepolis, next to the tomb of Darius hewn in rock, Xerxes prepared for himself a similar tomb, which can be seen from afar. There he was laid when assassinated. When Artaxerxes I mounted the throne, the ... her name is given in the Septuagint), was a princess of the household of Thutmose III, and a canopic jar of hers is preserved in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In small details and in great designs the two histories harmonize one with the other, and pages of description of times preceding this special period (the time of ...
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392. Minds in Chaos [Books] [de Grazia books]
... discoveries made since the appearance of Worlds in Collision, Velikovsky suggested that earth's magnetic field reaches sensibly as far as the moon and is responsible for certain unaccounted-for libratory, or rocking, movements of that body. He also suggested that the planet Jupiter radiates in the radio-frequency range of the spectrum. (In April 1955, Drs B. F ... , dated January 18, Shapley expressed gratification over a rumour that Velikovsky's book was not going to appear, and astonishment that Macmillan had even considered a venture into the Black Arts. ' In his second letter, written on January 25 after Putnam had answered the first, discounting the alleged rumour and assuring him that the book would appear on ...
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... animal, even more ferocious when wounded, would charge the horses and the hunter, and the frightened steeds might rear or run in a panic off the track and over rocks into a ravine, overturning the chariot and killing the hunter and the charioteer. This hunter of lions was tamed by his wife, Tiy. When the queen expressed ... female clothes. Pharaohs were never represented in civil dress, much less in female attire. Cyril Aldred, in a recent issue of the Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (February 1957), reproduced such a sculpture of Amenhotep III and described it thus: "Amenophis [Amenhotep) III in his old age wearing a type of ...
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... the Colossi, the towering cliffs of the Valley of the Kings [photo, lower left] are riddled with tombs of pharaohs, dug deep through mine-like shafts into the rock itself. Here, protected from the weather and, to some degree, from human damage, the brilliant colors which once adorned the exterior temples can be seen in ... imagine the brilliant beacon created when it reflected the Sun. Not far away the step-pyramid of Zoser, the oldest known, stands its own vigil against time and shows the art of pyramid building traced to very early history. Like the Great Pyramid, Zoser's is aligned with the cardinal points and in its construction seems also to show a particular ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 464  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/horus/v0301/horus15.htm
395. You too can in the Yucatan [Journals] [Horus]
... Nunnery Quadrangle toward the Pyramid of the Dwarf and the Governor's Palace. While climbing the stairs of the "Dwarf", stamping one's foot produces a ringing tone in the rock, a sound effect giving the illusion that the structure is hollow - Did the Maya use this resonant quality of the limestone stairway for effect during ceremonies performed at this ... stronghold of the Mayan era. It is a smaller and less frequently visited site than Uxmal but has its own charm and beauty. The effect of the scrub-jungle on the art of the ancient stone masons is particularly evident here. Trees rise from roots buried deep in the displaced limestone blocks; once elegant and brightly painted structures now all but ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 464  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/horus/v0101/horus26.htm
... man: it reflects the mysterious spirit of man's basic uncertainty; it links man to his primordial past when in the most unsure world imaginable he scrounged for grubs and threw rocks at things that growled in the night. Because the methodogogue's approach is so incessantly uniform that it rejects the idea of a universe in flux, it is no wonder ... , No. 1 (Spring-1975). 4. Susanne K. Langer, Philosophy in a New Key: A Study in the Symbolism of Reason, Rite, and Art, 3rd ed. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1957), pp. 197-198. 5. Thomas L. Ferte, in his ...
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397. Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics [Journals] [Horus]
... language and their social order was governed by animal instincts and motives. They dressed in animal skins, hunted big game for food, and used natural shelters in caves and rock formations. From these humble beginnings our remote ancestors slowly acquired speech and humanized social organization. Relatively little progress was made in the technology of tools and weapons for thousands ... , to be replaced by a more humanized view of early civilizations. HORUS invites its readers to share this viewpoint and enjoy the excitement that comes from new insights into the art, science, and cosmology of the Ancients. ...
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... and the waters rushed into the chasms. The earth trembled, the volcanoes threw smoke and fire out of the interior of the earth, cliffs were torn away, molten rock ran along the valleys, the dry earth became sea, the bowels of the mountains groaned, and the skies thundered unceasingly. His lightnings enlightened the world: the ... ." P. Montet, Le Drame d'Avaris (Paris, 1941), p. 144. Under the statue of Merneptah in the hall of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, until recently a sign by a modern hand read, "Pharaoh of Exodus", and under that of Ramses 11, "Pharaoh of Oppression ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 464  -  01 Apr 2001  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/ages/chap-1.htm
... and around his neck- , like him the son of Zeus leaped from his horse-chariot. (90) Elsewhere in Hesiod, however, Heracles is compared to a "rock" leaping forth "from the high peak of a mountain," (91) while in Ovid's Metamorphoses, Achelous uses a bolder variation of the simile to describe ... mother goddess and warrior-hero to devolve into mere ornaments or emblems held by their human representations. The goddess who was the "torch of the sky" will appear in later art as a human figure simply carrying a torch (such as Demeter, Hecate, Artemis and many others). The god who is a celestial sword, spear, ...
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... many waters. ' (19) He brought me forth also into a large place; he delivered me. . . . ' (2 ) The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer. . . the horn [mountain peak] of my salvation, and my high tower. ' Fierce battles are fought ... There they began to imitate their former hosts, keeping cattle and tilling the ground; they also discovered how to work in metals, and eventually became accomplished in all the arts. The mischief done by the serpent is probably the climatic breakdown at the capture of the present Moon, Luna. Only after this lunar period is at an end ...
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