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431. In Search of <i>Alter Egos</i> [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . Darius, in contrast, died of natural causes at the age of 64, after reigning over Babylon and Egypt for 36 years. He was buried in a magnificent rock tomb at Persepolis, Persia [5 ]. That brings us back to Sennacherib and Xerxes I, who reigned for approximately the same period of time (although Sennacherib ... G. Roux, op. cit. pp. 310, 406-407, chronological tables VII, VIII; J. E. Curtis and J. E. Reade, Art and Empire. British Museum Press, London, 1995, p. 38; British Museum Dictionary of the Ancient Near East, British Museum Press, London, 2000 ...
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... Northern Ireland stands the similar formation of the Giant's Causeway. As for Ben Mhor itself, the mountain towers today 3,169 ft. above sea level, its higher rocks having been striated and scorched by immense fires. Prof. W. J. Judd, the seismologist, estimated that this former volcano tapered to a point of 10 ... to collect what is dispersed, to examine controverted points, to settle what is doubtful, and by the authority of monuments and histories to throw light upon the manners, art, Ianguage, policy and religion of past ages." BORLASE in Antiquities of Cornwall. THERE is an extraordinary account of the Flood, preserved by the Hellenes as ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 459  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/britain/201-flood.htm
... could rest and give birth to her divine progeny, a story uncommonly similar in its main aspects to the wanderings of Io. At last, despised Delos, a mere rock in the Cyclades, gave her refuge, where under an' olive tree she brought forth the great Hyperborean divinity who at once burst his infant bands and displayed himself ... , fell into the sea and was drowned. I may observe, however, that the Boreades (sons of Bör of Asgard) or Hyperboreans were always related to the art of mastering the secret of flight; that the myth of Bellerophon who acquired his flying horse Pegasus through the Gorgon Medusa, and destroyed the Chimaera, a fire-breathing monster ...
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434. Chapter 17 Corroboration, Convergence, Analysis [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... . 1, 2, 3 the third or early to middle second, but to the end of the second and to the first millennium B.C . Carving hard rock, especially diorite, with copper, bronze, wrought or meteoric iron implements in Egypt, Mesopotamia, or other regions of the Near East could never have been carried ... . 63 Charles Ginenthal, Pillars of the Past 549 what they believe. An interesting case in point is presented by Ruben Able, the curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, regarding a famous ancient Greek statue of a horse: "For some years every day or two I would walk through the Greek bronze gallery. I'd look at ...
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... early 1700s. Once the source of several active volcanoes, it now stands peacefully alone and quiet. The gentle whispers of wind, the rush of surf against the lava rock shoreline and the distant calls of high-flying seahawks lend a timeless quality to the hushed green land. At the northern edge of town is visible evidence of an ancient civilization ... Polynesia. The Navigator, a supremely skilled seaman whose office holds religious significance as well, uses such circles of stone as a training aid in teaching the next generation the art of stellar navigation. The circle symbolizes the surrounding horizon and the individually named stones mark the position of rising or setting points of significant reference stars. The knowledge itself ...
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436. Anomalistics - a New Field of Interdisciplinary Studies [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... move. An example of a displaced entity would be provided by the stubbornly recurring reports of discoveries, in quarries and other excavations, of live amphibians or reptiles in small rock cavities without visible outlets2. In many such cases, the displacement is not only spatial but temporal as well, since the rock is believed by geologists to have been ... , religion can consist essentially of a creed, a code, a cluster of rituals, or a response to occult phenomena. In addition to the anomalistic imbalance between the arts and the sciences, a drawback to the categorization of anomalies by discipline or disciplinary areas is that, during the past generation, a number of new disciplines have appeared ...
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... that: "Many of their prodigies were performed with lightning." [35] It is also said that: "Twins made canyons with lightning; made mountains and rocks; everything that is finished." [36] Proceeding from North to South America, we en-counter the following curious superstition: "Stone axes are called corisco, ... ] The Mythical Archetype Nevertheless, there is a remarkable degree of consistency in mythical imagery. The thunder bird and the double axe are expressly connected with each other in Minoan art. In Hagia Triada, a "double axe on which a bird is perched" was found "set up beside a tree sanctuary." [22] Elsewhere ...
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438. The Origin of Mankind [Books]
... the great god Pramzimas advised them to jump over the bones of the Earth and see what would happen. They came to the conclusion that the strange advice referred to the rocks which were lying about, and they jumped nine times over them. Each time they did so a couple, man and woman, appeared, who became the ancestors ... all, but only the descendant of a lump of moist mud, to which material one must return, minus even the moisture Dust to dust', for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return'. (Note 15) agricultural labour, omitted here, is probably only a gloss of the redactors. However, the ...
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439. The Burning of Troy [Books] [de Grazia books]
... a vague term for sandstone, siltstones and the like; most of the preserved cores are disturbed and eroded by water used in the drilling [40]. (The rock cores, incidentally, show highly intense fracturing near the surface.) Unfortunately, oil exploration does not concern itself with logging the cores brought up from the near subsurface ... after Schliemann's work, a University of Cincinnati expedition returned to the site of Hisarlik. They explored painstakingly the area, employing the best archaeological techniques that the state of the art and the typically modest funding could provide. Apart from their extensive work on the other levels, the Cincinnati archaeologists, under the leadership of Carl Blegen, examined closely ...
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440. Homo Schizo Meets God [Books] [de Grazia books]
... a good case, to be sure, but there has never been a study with this hypothesis in mind. And what I have discovered is that the whole world of rocks, skies, nature, and culture can be twisted into a short-term frame, hypothetically, scientifically, to where a whole series of studies could without fantastic efforts give ... ages, Homo Schizo continues to rely upon the organization of his far-flung displacements for adjustment and control of himself and the world, so that religion, culture, and the arts are, if not preponderantly his road to "happiness," most useful and welcome companions of pragmatic scientific conduct. Alone or together, the sciences and the arts ...
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