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... , Father of Heaven, gave them the advice, to jump nine times over the bones of the Earth. They did so, and each time they jumped over the rocks a couple, man and woman, arose, and these became the ancestors of the Lithuanian clans. These peculiar myths describe the magical re-creation of mankind. But why ... dead had been transformed. Consequently, if the Earth was to be peopled again, the procedure must be reversed. The saying at that time was not, Dust thou art, and to dust thou shalt return, ' but Dust thou becamest and out of that dust wilt thou be born again. ' That clay puppets can under no ...
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472. Forum Part Two [Journals] [SIS Review]
... hurdle for research on extra-terrestrial catastrophism for almost 30 years. Two months later, one of England's leading astronomers, Sir Bernard Lovell, discussed the question: Will a space rock destroy the world? ' [4 ]. Finally, on September 4th, an American amateur astronomer discovered a new comet, P/1994 PI (Machholz-2) ... world mythologies and cosmologies are modelled according to oral traditions of this cosmic catastrophe. However, no answer is given to the question why these traditions - and related works of art - only originated during the Bronze and Iron Age, i.e . 6000 years later. Bruce Masse, a neo-catastrophist and archaeologist at the University of Hawaii, ...
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473. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... argues for natural events, noting a "great volume of volcanic ash, air-fall tuff and bentonite (altered volcanic ash and tuff) that occurs in the late Eocene sedimentary rocks of the Gulf Coastal Plain from Texas to Georgia". Some of these tuffs are similar in composition to the N. American tektites, and were probably, therefore ... column was a representation of a cylindrical earth, and later still, it meant the axis of the world. Awareness of the universe is also important in the 5th century art, and plates 38-40 depict astral bodies as "circles of fire", "compressed wool of fire", "red-hot masses of stone or metal" and " ...
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474. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... travel very far?). Imagine: a 1,000-km-long "ice rink" as smooth and unbroken as the Cafe de Paris dance floor, over which skate huge rocks (on their way to becoming erratic boulders) pushed along by an unceasing wind (of presumably great velocity). (Note: if the wind failed for just ... being fixed to fourth-century events, hampers the transference of the "Peoples of the Sea" to the Martian epochal interface. While we talked, Catherine de Grazia, an art historian and my daughter, was glancing at the work and commented, looking at the figures in the murals about Ramesses III, that she had never seen Greek warriors ...
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475. Palestinian Archaeology and a Ramesses VI-Shishak Identification [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... reign of Saul; cf. Judges 6:2 for the time of Gideon): "the people did hide themselves in caves, and in thickets, and in rocks, and in high places, and in pits." Cf. with Azekah, where pottery "found in rock hollows . . . impossible to attribute . . ... the occupational culture of this period are the cultural and artistic flourishing, well developed foreign ties with Mediterranean lands, and, mainly, a decided Egyptian influence in architecture, art and burial customs." One difficulty here is the possibility of a too decidedly Egyptian influence now. In particular, what may be questionable is the Egyptian administration of ...
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476. The Olympian Rulers [Books] [de Grazia books]
... of ammonia and water-ice clouds. Below is a seething "surface" of liquid hydrogen, then hydrogen compressed into metallic hydrogen, and centrally there may exist a core of rock or iron.[14] Jupiter emits continuously streams of charged particles that penetrate deeply into space. Radio emissions of trapped charged particles of the magnetic field of Jupiter ... well-known in the earliest times. THE LIGHTNING GOD The mythical aegis of Zeus, which was occasionally lent to Pallas Athene (planet Venus), and which is depicted in art and sung of in poetry, was known to be the clouds of Zeus from which lightning came [11]. The lightning, say some scholars, is represented ...
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477. Venus Before Exodus [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... "angels": "The angel Michael laid hold upon the hand of Lot, and his wife and daughters, while with his little finger the angel Gabriel touched the rock whereon the sinful cities were built, and overturned them. At the same time the rain that was streaming down upon the two cities was changed into brimstone" [ ... . Yet another Venus symbolism here, too, [in] "mounting the back of Leo". This idea evidently appealed to the collective unconscious for in the so-called art of many Near Eastern lands we find the Venus deity (as a female human form) standing on top of a lion: thus Hathor on top of a lion ...
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... variously erased by trauma-induced storage failure. [* What must have been a common source of collective memory "loss" was the characteristic behavior of hiding in caves, under rock overhangs, or other protected areas- the celestial events simply were not directly witnessed- but here we are concerned with memory loss for observed events.] The emergence ... of earth-sky parallelism, the whole culture reflected the observable physical order. Marshack has already demonstrated that a quantitative analysis of the presumed exclusively symbolic and decorative aspects of prehistoric visual arts is justified, revealing strong evidence for prehistoric astronomy and calendrics (see KRONOS II:4 , pp. 37-42). How much more justified for historical materials, ...
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479. The Past Comes Down [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... .e . to cultures allegedly separated in time by 2,000 years; In the Val Camonica (Italian Alps). petroglyphs have allegedly been cut into the same rocks over a time span of 8,000 years; Platonic polyhedrons have allegedly been made from hard stone in Scotland more than 1,000 years before Plato lived. ... had so much in common with cultures allegedly much younger, so early because there existed also quite obvious affinities to the Palaeolithic. The first true wall-paintings in the history of art are very reminiscent of the cave-paintings of Lascaux which are, conventionally, dated to the 15th millennium BC (150). In Egypt, there existed the problem that ...
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480. Sacral vs. Secular Man [Books] [de Grazia books]
... of believers who adjust their lives to the elaborated meaning of planetary motions and conjunctions. There are communities and networks of haute couture, work, skills, fraternity, "rock and roll," sexual practices, diet, outer space communications, sports, and many other special areas that go far beyond occasional meetings and informational exchanges into the ... secular institutions, the trademarks of modern corporations, and the escutcheons of government agencies. Such modern references are very weak, it is said; this is true, and art designers and public relations experts will invent trademarks and other symbols for a price, using scientific techniques for determining how readily the public will recognize and accept the symbol. ...
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