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41. Aeon Volume III, Number 2: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... explores the astral origins of ancient kinship. PAGE 5. Velikovsky's Dreamwork Duane Vorhees chronicles Velikovsky's career in psychoanalysis PAGE 23 Is the Universe Finite? Frederic B. Jueneman discusses black holes and Hawking's paradox. PAGE 41 Suns and Planets in Neolithic Art Ev Cochrane analyzes ancient rock art for evidence of recent changes in the solar system. PAGE 51 Baal-Manzer the Tyrian: A Reappraisal Brad Aaronson offers an identification of this important Tyrian king. PAGE 64 Who Were the Assyrians of the Persian Period? Gunnar Heinsohn presents further evidence in support of ... Kingship Lewis M. Greenberg explores the astral origins of ancient kinship. PAGE 5. Velikovsky's Dreamwork Duane Vorhees chronicles Velikovsky's career in psychoanalysis PAGE 23 Is the Universe Finite? Frederic B. Jueneman discusses black holes and Hawking's paradox. PAGE 41 Suns and Planets in Neolithic Art Ev Cochrane analyzes ancient rock art for evidence of recent changes in the solar system. PAGE 51 Baal-Manzer the Tyrian: A Reappraisal Brad Aaronson offers an identification of this important Tyrian king. PAGE 64 Who Were the Assyrians of the Persian Period? Gunnar Heinsohn presents ...
42. Plasma discharges in rock art? [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home¦ Issue Contents Plasma discharges in rock art? Thoth Vol IV, No. 15 Oct 15, 2000 During my first close encounter with Wal Thornhill, he electrified me with a picture of Zeus holding a thunderbolt. The bolt was football shaped with stringy things spiraling out of it. Wal explained that it was the shape a plasmoid took in a vacuum. "Gee-golly-cornpone!" I thought. "The ancient Greeks carved statues of something that hasn't been ... until modern man cranked up the current in a high-voltage lab." Now it's happened again. At the recent seminar in Portland, the work of Tony Peratt, author of "The Plasma Universe," (Springer- Verlag, 1992) was called to our attention. His work shows pictures of extremely powerful plasma discharges in his lab. They're called "Peratt instabilities." As the current is pumped up, the stringy things (NASA's technical jargon for Birkeland filaments, which they re-discovered awhile back in the tail of Venus ...
43. Index of Titles [Uncategorised]
... of Noah's Ark by G. Edward Griffin, The Discussion: Discussion& Comments From the Floor Discussion& Questions From the Floor Discussion on Wal Thornhill& Ev Cochrane's papers Discussion Discussion Djorgovski's Mystery Object Dodwell Domination of Astronomy Over Other Disciplines..., The Don't Rock The Ark Donovan Courville Responds Doomsday: The Science of Catastrophe by Fred Warshofsky Double Crater on Eros Doubt Cast on Frank's Small-comet Theory Dr Brian Martin Dr C. J. Ransom: Velikovsky Supported by Establishment Dr Immanuel Velikovsky TRIBUTES Dr J. H. Fermor speaks ... ES- Amateur Astronomy& Earth Sciences Aba: The Glory and the Torment; The life of Dr Immanuel Velikovsky by Ruth Velikovsky Sharon, PhD Abimilki, Azaru and Nikmed in the El-Amarna Correspondence and the Assyrian AnnalsS ABOB's Page: Comets, Culture,& Currency Aboriginal Art& Culture Centre Aboriginal Art and Cosmic Imagery? Aboriginal Watercolourist About Where Troy Once Stood Abraham and Phallicism Abraham and Ur Abraham In Egypt Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part II Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part I Abraham's Birthplace Abrupt Climate Change& ...
44. QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE: PART 5: The Scope of Quantavolution [Quantavolution Website]
... , Akkadian Alabama Alaca Hyk Aland Islands Alaska Alaskan oriented lakes albedo Alberta Albretton, Claude C. alchemy Alcock, Norman Z. alcohol alcohol, drinking of Alcor Aleutian arc Alfven, Hannes algae algebra Algeria Algonquian, Algonquin Indians alignment Alisar, Alishar Hyk alkali metal alkaline rock Alkman All Saints Day& All Souls Day Allah Allchin, F. R. Allegheny Mountains (¦ USA¦) Allen, F. Allen, Richard Hinkley allergic reaction allocthon allogenic sediment alluvial fan alphabet alpine Alps Mountains Alt, David altar Alter, Dinsmore altiplano ... arecales Arend-Roland, comet Ares Argentina argon Ariadne arid regions, global Arieti Aristotle arithmetic Arizona Ark of the Covenant ark, arch( e) Arkansas Armageddon armed force Armenia armor Arnol'd, V. I. Arnold, James R. aromatic hydrocarbon Arp, Halton C. art artesian well, flowing spring arthropoda artificial aurora artificial intelligence artriodactyla Aryabhataya( m) Aryan As, tell Asakawa, Y. Asama, Mount Ascalon, Ashqelon asceticisim aschelminthes Asgard ash Ashanti crater ashera( h) tree Asia Asimov, Isaac aspartic acid racemization asphalt Assal ...
45. On Thundergods and Thunderbolts [Maverick Science Website]
... , and among the Caribbeans on the northern coast of the continent. Its range indicates a more extensive presence in earlier times than is now the case." The Egyptian Min offers an early example of the thundergod, his defining symbol appearing already on predynastic pottery and rock art tracing to the fourth millennium BCE. In addition to serving as a god of storm and war, Min also featured prominently as an agent of fertility. The ancient Semitic thundergod Hadad/Adad, whose name is thought to be cognate with Arabic haddat, ... thunder," was likewise represented as a warrior. Illustrations of the long-haired and bearded god holding an axe and/or lightning are common throughout ancient Mesopotamia (see figure two). Early epithets of the god, including Bir-qu, Lugal-ri-ha-mun, and Mer-ta-i-mu, identify him as the lightning, King of the Hurricane, and thunderer respectively. Adad is elsewhere represented as a promoter of fertility, a pattern we will discover in other thundergods around the world. Thus, an Assyrian prayer invokes Adad as follows: "thunderer, splendid ...
46. Sagan's Folly Part 1 [Kronos $]
... drop from the comet is cholesterol to harden Pharoah's [sic heart"--and misspells the word Pharaoh in the process, as he does throughout his paper. Sagan (p. 20):"... at the moment that Moses strikes his staff upon the rock, the Red Sea parts.... Then, when the Hebrews have successfully crossed, the comet has evidently passed sufficiently further on for the parted waters to flow back and drown the host of Pharoah [sic." In addition to making mistakes with ... utilitarian traits survive or travel more easily than symbolic systems, which are much more perishable. In this context, the diffusionists have yet to explain the translation of Asiatic symbolic forms to America, where matters of mere utility failed to 'survive'" (Kubler, The Art and Architecture of Ancient America, 1962, pp. 11-12, 325, ref. #17 --emphasis added). In a similar vein, R. C. Padden also blasted diffusionist theory: "Non-diffusionists are increasingly willing to concede that from time to time ...
47. Archetypes Showing The Presence of Anomalous Electromagnetic Activity [SIS C&C Review $]
... Art Fig. 18 [48: petroglyph from Lyaconia in Turkey showing what seems to be an army of our archetypes. Note the winged discs above.____ Fig. 18 Turkish petroglyph showing archetypical forms and winged disks Fig. 19 [49: rock art from Korea (undated) showing connected hyperboloids. Such connections suggest that magnetic fields somehow link up. At the intersection of these links, interesting forms seem to appear.____ Fig. 19 Rock art from Korea showing linked hyperboloids Fig. ... Colorado State University and teaches courses on the practical usage of psychic abilities. Summary There is evidence that until quite recently, plasmic structures of varying lengths of stability or permanence were actually observed in the sky above Earth. So-called 'comets' observed and recorded in late Renaissance art were comparatively ephemeral and for the most part were manifestations of excess plasmic activity. The more permanent structures of plasma, mostly in the form of conglomerates of opposing magnetic fields, reflect both ancient art and myth. This presentation is intended as an introduction to the ...
48. Monitor [SIS C&C Review $]
... from space have been found at the site of an ancient meteorite impact in Canada. If they survived the passage, so could other complex molecules. Meanwhile, deep in the Earth, bacteria have been found which survive on hydrogen produced in chemical reactions between water and rock. They seem to be closely related even though thousands of miles apart. Hoyle and Gold continue to be vindicated. As we have reported before, there are chemosynthetic bacteria around deep sea hydrothermal vents; it seems even photosynthesis could have started in such regions because ... ago in Nevada was dated as 2,000 years old, based on the appearance of the mats it was wrapped in. Now radiocarbon dating dates it as 9,400 years old, making it the oldest mummy in the New World. Earliest Australian, earliest art New Scientist 7.12.96, pp. 28-31, The Observer 22.9.96 Jinmium, in Australia's Northern Territory, is an ancient site where enormous sandstone boulders have been covered in rock art. Recent figures lie over older animal pictures and under these lie 10,000 carved circular ...
49. Brains Trust - Chronology and Ancient History [SIS C&C Review $]
... . One source for some of that material, described by the ancients, may be the colossal Valles Marineris scar on Mars, which has more than 2 million cubic kilometres of material removed. Some of it seems to have crashed back, which explains why Mars is rock strewn wherever spacecraft have landed, but some went into the asteroid belt and some was dumped on Earth. Mars was known as 'scarface' by North American Indians after it was struck by one of Jupiter's thunderbolts, so the Earth was close enough to receive Martian ... . Q4. In response to a question about how biorhythms and day/night patterns developed in mammals in the Saturnian configuration, Dwardu Cardona said the mammals adapted to their environment over a few thousand years. Q5. In response to a question as to how ancient art from before the Saturn configuration is different from that afterwards, Ev Cochrane said that in Palaeolithic rock art, there is an abundance of naturalistic paintings of animals, some extinct, but virtually zero of planets or stars. Later in the Neolithic era we get sun ...
50. Ancient World Web [SIS Internet Digest $]
... and the Goddess in Ancient China, Guide to the History of Astrology (points you to books about astrology in various cultures), Korean Myths and Legends, Library of the Age of Antiquity, Mayan Astronomy, Mythology in Western Art, Native American Creation Myths, Rock Art, Velikovsky Critiqued- (refutes Velikovsky's claims by outlining the scientific inaccuracies of Velikovsky's writings), World Art Treasures (100,000 slides belonging to the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation. There are a great number of ancient images in the collection). ... Dragons in Early China, Early Myth and the Goddess in Ancient China, Guide to the History of Astrology (points you to books about astrology in various cultures), Korean Myths and Legends, Library of the Age of Antiquity, Mayan Astronomy, Mythology in Western Art, Native American Creation Myths, Rock Art, Velikovsky Critiqued- (refutes Velikovsky's claims by outlining the scientific inaccuracies of Velikovsky's writings), World Art Treasures (100,000 slides belonging to the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation. There are a great number of ancient images ...
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