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... fossils in great numbers as in the Old Red Sandstone. But if the death and burial of these fish was as basic a process as Gould suggests, then all sedimentary rocks formed in fish filled waters would also be filled with fish in the very same manner as the Old Red Sandstone. But this is not the case in any manner ... 1943) Page 212, Dunbar, Historical Geology (1949) Page 215, Brooks, Climate Through the Ages (1949) Page 219, H. Nilsson, Synthetische Art Bildung (1953) Page 219, Weigelt, et al, Nova Acta Leopoldina (1941) Page 227, L. H. Johnson, Scientific Monthly (1952 ...
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492. Homer in the Baltic [Journals] [Aeon]
... account of his arrival, where archeological traces of the Bronze Age are plentiful. Moreover, while on the one hand "sket" in Old Norse means a "sea rock," on the other, in the narration of Ulysses' landing, Homer introduces the reversal of the river current, [1 ] which is unknown in the ... with the menhirs known from the Bronze Age of central Europe; (4 ) the northern-type skulls found in the necropolis of Kalkani; and the like. Moreover, Aegean art and Scandinavian remains dating back to the Bronze Age present a remarkable affinity, as for example the figures engraved on Kivik's tomb in Sweden, to the extent that a ...
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... them, and Joseph did not guide the vessel in the way his father had commanded him, and Judah attempted to direct him, and the vessel was wrecked upon a rock. Levi and Judah descended from the masts, and likewise the other brethren left the ship and escaped to the shore. At this moment Jacob appeared, and he ... his youth, ' whereupon Rachel, Be not boastful and overweening. To me he was betrothed first, and for my sake he served our father fourteen years. Thou art not his wife, thou wast taken to him by cunning instead of me, for our father deceived me, and put me out of the way the night of ...
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... in this matter will be fruitless." Moses betook himself to the people, saying to them: "Is the Lord's hand waxed short? Behold, He smote the rock, that the waters gushed out, and the streams overflowed; He can give bread also; can He not provide flesh for His people?" The people, ... him life eternal on condition he observed it, but he brought ruin upon himself by trespassing My commandment and eating of the tree. To him I said, Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return. ' Similar was My experience with you. I said, You are angels, ' but you conducted yourselves like Adam in ...
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495. On Models and Scenarios [Journals] [Aeon]
... in torrents over the surface, then boiling off. Nor can one fail to notice the apparently freshly-strewn debris littering the Martian surface, the sharp, well-defined edges of the rocks defying all uniformitarian predictions. On a planet with hundred mile an hour dust storms, there is no possibility that these rocks could have been preserved in this fashion over ... Is it possible that man could have experienced anything as traumatic as Velikovsky's Venus-comet and not produced drawings of it? The answer is that there is hardly an ancient piece of art that does not include a "picture" of the cometary Venus, either in its abstract, archetypal form or in one of its mythical-symbolic expressions. Its abstract form ...
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496. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... they were not as reliable as is commonly accepted. This gave a little more flexibility for possible revisions. With the help of charts, he showed what he regarded as rock solid' lines of kings and also where the sequences were uncertain. He concluded that there were only two places where the unbreakable lines end: with Tukulti-Ninurta I and ... of Persian Period strata. Emmett Sweeney said he agreed with Gunnar Heinsohn that without the Neo-Assyrians the Persian Period does not exist: they are the same people. The early art of the Neo-Assyrians is identical to early Achaemenid Persian art, both being highly stylised. The Assyrian feathered crown is also the symbol of the Persian crown and the winged ...
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... resemblance of Indra with Mars and Ares, of course. See Fay, op cit., p. 14. G. R. Levy, The Sword from the Rock (New York, 1953), pp. 16, 93. Velikovsky himself was of a similar opinion. See Worlds in Collision (New York, 1950) ... mountains and the whole heaven and earth, tremble for terror." (11) The tumultuous nature of Indra's epiphany is also apparent in the following passage: "Thou art the Mighty One; when born, O Indra, with power thou terrifiedst earth and heaven; When, in their fear of thee, all firm-set mountains and monstrous ...
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... alternatives. None of the "historical evidence" cited to support "worlds in collision" necessarily requires planets to collide. For example, Velikovsky believed that reversed magnetization of rocks and pottery meant that Earth had turned over or reversed its rotation; but such whole-earth motions are irrelevant to magnetic reversals because the reversal occurs in the Earth's fluid core ... : Pseudoscientists frequently reveal themselves by their handling of the scientific literature. They regard any statement by any scientist as being open to interpretation, just as in literature and the arts, and such statements can then be used against other scientists. They focus upon the words, not on the underlying facts and reasons for the statements that appear in ...
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... most diverse matters: planetary orbits ~ 342- 45, 368, 369]; whether earth was once without a moon [286, 423]; the magnetism of lunar rocks [403]; when the latter were last molten [418, 473]; Venus's atmosphere [44, 319, 424, 425]; whether Venus's temperature ... ), Florida, New York (Buffalo), Tennessee, Toronto, Victoria; at Glassboro State College, California State University (Long Beach), Moore College of Art, Oregon College of Education; at Indiana, Michigan State, New York, North Texas State, Oregon State, Princeton, Seton Hall, Texas Christian universities. ...
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... to him from the rocky wall: "Butcher, when you come to such and such a place [zur langen Unkener Wand], call into the crack in the rock: Salome is dead. '" Before dawn the man had come to that point, and he shouted his message three times into the crack. And at once ... to reveal the surveyor in charge in this special case. Mercury was the celestial scribe and guardian of the files and records, "and he was the inventor of many arts, such as arithmetic and calculation. and geometry and astronomy and draughts and dice, but his great discovery was the use of letters," as Plato has it ...
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