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451. On Mars and Pestilence [Journals] [Aeon]
... but lo! there came a phantom,- so it seemed to us onlookers,- of Pallas, with plumed helm, brandishing a spear; and she hurled a rock against the breast of Heracles, which stayed him from his frenzied thirst for blood and plunged him into sleep; to the ground he fell, smiting his back against ... specifically invoked at the time of pestilence. (192) In ancient Britain, Celtic gods identified with the Latin Mars and/or Greek Apollo were consistently associated with the arts of healing. (193) Here one scholar observed: "In Gaul, and to an extent in Britain, the Roman war-god Mars became transformed to become a ...
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... (69). This was such a "devastating fire" (70) it even melted brick and stone into "a solid mass . . . as hard as rock," so hard, in fact, that it "had to be chiseled and chopped out by sheer force" (71); in one room it converted ... . (30). Unfortunately for Homeric studies, the Phrygians can't be pushed back by 500 years. Unfortunately as well for archaeologists deriving their dates from Egypt, Phrygian art and architecture cannot be pushed back either. As has been documented by Greenberg and Velikovsky (Pensee, winter, 1973, pp. 26-3 1), before Mycenaean ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 459  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/pensee/ivr04/26c14vel.htm
453. Saturn's Cosmos [Books]
... It appears that every ancient race revered these signs as images of the preeminent cosmic power. In Mesopotamia and Egypt the signs occur in the earliest period. Prehistoric pottery and rock carvings from Crete, China, Scandinavia, Africa, Russia, Polynesia, and the Americas suggest that numerous ancient rites centered on these simple forms- which became the ... This "world-egg is the ancient Saturn," they say. (34) Is not this cosmic egg the band which the Egyptians called Aten? "O thou who art in thine egg, who shinest from thy Aten," reads the Book of the Dead. (35) Just as the Egyptian god-king is "the ruler of ...
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... through which sound waves move. An example of a displaced entity is provided by the occasional discovery, in quarries and other excavations, of live amphibians or reptiles in small rock cavities without visible outlets.(2 ) In many such cases, the displacement is not only spatial but temporal as well, since the rock is believed by geologists ... , 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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455. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... a few miles further up the coast and one arrives at the mouth of the River Dysynni (about 2 km north of Towyn). About 9 kms inland is bird's Rock' which, according to my correspondent, is a former sea cliff rising 233 metres above sea level. The base of the rock is slightly above 10 metres OD ... the two sources - literary and archaeological - are in basic disagreement We must seek the elusive Persians in the satrapies under the guise of local rulers and potentates, using the art, culture and iconography of those regions. Here is what Heleen Sancisi-Weerdenburg, one of the most senior Iranologists of our time, has to say on these issues: ...
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456. On the Survival of Velikovsky's Thesis in 'Ages in Chaos' [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... further details are available for associating their destruction with those at the end of Early Bronze. At Jericho there were fallen walls;[31] at Ai there was the rock heap made of the destroyed city's rubble;[32] at Arad the latest city to occupy the site was that of an Early Bronze community.[33] ... Old Kingdom monarchs fell victims to a carnival of destruction in which many of them were annihilated. The temples were not merely pillaged and violated, but their finest works of art were subjected to systematic and determined vandalism, which shattered the splendid granite and diorite statues of the kings into bits, or hurled them into the well in the monumental ...
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... archaeologists, Rudolf Cohen of Israel, Director of Antiquities of the Negev (desert) and Prof. Emmanuel Anati of Brescia, Italy, the world's leading expert on ancient rock art. Neither of these mainstream scholars has ventured into the troublesome waters of revising ancient chronology, or the dating of the stratigraphical layers. Thus, they are both ... with a system that accepts the conventional dating for the end of the Early Bronze age ca. 2400 B.C ., placing the events of the Exodus and the conquest of Cananna then, but assuming that the Israelites of the Bible came and `appropriated' the earlier history some 1000 years later! To the best of my knowledge ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 458  -  27 May 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0304/04history.htm
458. The Great Comet Venus [Journals] [Aeon]
... more striking about Venus, or indicative of unanticipated planetary stresses than the dominating presence of volcanoes covering virtually every square kilometer, this presence being emphasized as well by broken volcanic rock strewn across the face of the planet. A minimum of 100,000 volcanoes have been estimated, causing one scientist to declare that "the entire planet is one ... all credibility in the eyes of mainstream authorities. Thus the Mayan scholar Peter Joralemon explained the highly unnatural convergence of symbols on the celestial dragon- The primary concern of Olmec art is the representation of creatures that are biologically impossible. Such mythological beings exist in the mind of man, not in the world of nature. (67) It's ...
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... lovely Aino. But the girl will not have Vainamoinen, he looks too old. She wanders off in despair and finally comes to a lake. She swims to a rock, seeking death; "when she stood upon the summit, on the stone of many colors, in the waves it sank beneath her." Vainamoinen tries to ... With its many-coloured cover. Thereupon smith Ilmarinen, He the great primeval craftsman, Welded it and hammered at it, Heaped his rapid blows upon it, Formed with cunning art the Sampo. And on one side was a corn-mill, On another side a salt-mill, And upon the third a coin-mill. Now was grinding the new Sampo, ...
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... to boggle." [149] The Russians, who have conducted prolonged studies on this muck, have in some places drilled down to more than 4000 feet without reaching rock bottom. [150] Entire forests have been found buried in this area, including plum trees complete with their leaves and fruits, [151] to say nothing ... ; there are simply too many of these records. Even in an earlier paper of mine which treated solely with this subject, [5 ] I had to practice the art of selectivity for fear of boring the reader with this repetitive myth. But my intent, here, is not to supply the evidence for this world-wide belief, since ...
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