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81. SIS Internet Digest 2000 Number 2 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... 16 The Crime of Claudius Ptolemy.. 16 Cambridge-Conference Email Network.. 17 Galileo's sharp new pictures of Io.. 17 Thersites a Jumping Trojan?.. 17 Double Crater on Eros.. 18 Experiment Explains Charged Dust Space.. 18 Eros so Much Rock So Little Gravity.. 18 Square Craters Detected on Eros.. 19 Astronomer Sees Red.. 19 ADS Abstracts.. 20 A scenario of Saturn's ring formation.. 20 Role of electrical discharges in astrophysical phenomena.. 20 Further Mythological Evidence for Ancient ... of Variable Stars.. 20 Proof readers wanted.. 20 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus.. 21 Non-velocity Redshifts.. 21 Plasma discharges in rock art?.. 21 Crack in Einstein's Pedestal.. 22 Kronia Mailing List Focus23 Conference: Earth Changes 2000.. 23 Conference: Our Violent Solar System.. 23 Spall Ankh in eastern Wyoming.. 25 Tabernacles and booths.. 25 Heaven's Mirror.. 26 New Zealand Maoris Myths.. 27 Io's wandering plumes.. 28 Quotes.. 30 ...
82. Thoth Vol. V, No 11 Oct 15, 2001 [Thoth Website]
... @whidbey.com PRESS RELEASE: "Celestial Catastrophes" Program Oct. 17 From: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Date: 10/12/2001 Contact: Pam Kosty, Public Information Officer PHYSICIST DR. ANTHONY PERATT TO PRESEN NEW FINDINGS THAT LINK ANCIENT ROCK ART, STONEHENGE, TO WORLDWIDE OBSERVATIONS OF UNUSUAL SPACIAL OCCURENCE*** Scientist to Speak at University of Pennsylvania Museum Program "Celestial Catastrophes in Human Prehistory?" Wednesday, October 17, 6 p.m. Philadelphia, PA-New Mexico physicist Dr. Anthony L. ... offers a provocative new theory about the catastrophic "story" that many of the world's petroglyphs, pictographs, rock carvings, rock paintings and even monuments from antiquity may in fact be telling, when he speaks on "Talking Rocks" at Celestial Catastrophes in Human Prehistory?, a special program in the Harrison Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Wednesday, October 17, 6 p.m. The public program, which runs from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and includes discussants from several departments in the University ...
83. The Saturn Myth [Maverick Science Website]
... from ancient myth and folklore, the artistic record likewise provides compelling evidence that the planets only recently moved on radically different orbits. Consider, for example, the three images depicted in figure two. As I have documented 8, such images are ubiquitous in the prehistoric rock art of every inhabited continent. Hitherto they have been interpreted as drawings of the Sun by virtually all leading authorities on ancient art and religion, this despite the fact that they do not have any obvious resemblance to the current solar orb. Figure two It is ... that the ancient sun-god was depicted in the very same manner by the earliest civilizations in Egypt and Mesopotamia. Figure three, for example, shows an Akkadian seal in which the Shamash disc is represented as an "eye-like" object, as in the first image in figure two. Figure four shows the Shamash disc as an eight-pointed star or wheel. Figure five shows the Shamash disc as an eight-petalled flower. Numerous other variations upon these common themes could be provided, all impossible to reconcile with the appearance of the current solar orb ...
84. THE DEATH OF KINGS [Quantavolution Website]
... grove of the Eumenides, at Colonus. Antigone declares that the place where Oedipus wishes to sit down and rest is holy. In line 17 she describes it as full of laurel, olive trees, vines, and nightingales. She urges him to sit on the rock (unpolished, virgin rock). At line 36 a stranger enters, and asks Oedipus to leave his seat, for it is holy ground, not to be stepped on. The place is inhabited by the Eumenides, dread goddesses, daughters of Earth and ... recite the Hymn to Apollo, and Pindar used to sit on an iron throne at Delphi. The word 'sophistes' is employed to mean 'poet', by Euripides, Rhesus 924, and by Pindar, Isthmian V: 28. 'Sophos', skilled in an art, or clever, is used especially of those who understand divine matters, as in The Bacchae, line 186, where Kadmos asks the advice of Teiresias in the matter of dress, dance steps, and thyrsus management. The poet had a rhabdos, staff ...
85. Imaginary and Expected Catastrophes: Apocalyptic Desire and Scientific Prognosis [SIS C&C Review $]
... views. The Tunguska event certainly was not to be taken lightly. A blow of such magnitude would cause considerable damage if it struck a city. Was it also significant enough to justify a scientific approach to 'watching out for doomsday' [55? Astronomers expected 'Doomsday Rock', as the one kilometre diameter asteroid '1990 MU' was called, to hit the earth in 1992. Concentration was high after another body of that size had passed just 170,000 kilometres from the earth in January 1991- a 'pretty close shave' ... seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.' [20 'It is over' was also the message of Isaiah when he described the fate of a main player in the celestial battles: 'How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground' [21. Jeremiah drew the conclusion that the cataclysmic fear which frightened the unenlightened nations was no longer of concern for the Israelites who in the ...
86. Afterword [Kronos $]
... and also used even more recently against my work. In this itself is a measure of victory. MULHOLLAND Two astronomers confronted me on the panel: Professor J. Derral Mulholland, whose field is celestial mechanics, and Professor Sagan, whose field is planetary atmospheres, rock compositions, and biological conditions. Mulholland said:... the celestial mechanics of Newton and Newcomb are no longer the ultimate measure. The celestial mechanics of 1974 is a living, vital science that admits of non-gravitational effects, of electromagnetic interactions... ... , to Rome, to Israel, to Egypt, and so on, would not have been misled by the simplistic theory that 360-day years were merely convenient approximations. Sagan moves to cave paintings (where he finds only a picture of a supernova) and to ancient art generally and asks: "If the Velikovskian catastrophes occurred, why are there no contemporary graphic records of them?" As a novice in the field, Sagan should perceive that the great majority of ancient contemporary art is dominated by the theme of global catastrophes and ...
87. Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective [SIS C&C Review $]
... He explained the archaeological significance should 1159 turn out to be correct. Porter, in C&CR 1998:1, reported the advent of micron-particle analysis from ice cores and said this had now showed that the 1628BC Thera date was now ruled out, since volcanic rock samples from Thera did not match the particles in the ice core. If the process yields a positive match for the 1159BC event, a result which could be reported quite soon, this would lower the dates of Late Minoan pottery by Velikovskian proportions, bringing the ... of Egyptian chronology that it was used to date the entire contents of the Late Helladic graves at Mycenae to not later than about 1300BC. Then, at other sites around the Mediterranean, artefacts and everything else that was obviously contemporary with them were awarded Egyptian dates. Art historians and other scholars studying the history of architectural and technological designs and developments saw the obvious and close affinities between supposedly 14-13th century objects and those clearly datable in Greece, Syria and Mesopotamia to a period some 500-700 years later. Then a very real problem arose ...
88. TPOD Subject Index [Thunderbolts Website]
... Phenomena Auroras Big Bang Comets Concretions Cosmology Craters Dating Dendritic Ridges Discharge Jets Earth Earthquakes Fossils Galactic Clusters Galaxies Gamma Ray Bursters Gravity Ice Cores/Deposits Lightning Magnetism Meteorites Misc Moons Mythology Nebulae Novae/Supernovae Paradigms Planetary Rings Planetary Sheaths Planets Plasma Predictions Quasars Radio Jets Redshift Rilles Rock Art Solar Solar System Spiders Stars Volcanism X-rays Weather Asteroids Aug 06, 2004 Asteroid Ida Mar 28, 2006 Asteroid Itokawa Jul 14, 2005 Asteroids That Should Not Be Sep 29, 2004 Big Holes in Little Moons July 20, 2004 Blushing Asteroid July 12, ... Craters on Eros Jul 12, 2006 "Doomsday Asteroids" Enchant Astronomers May 11, 2005 Eros: Got Erosion? Apr 07, 2006 When Asteroids Become Comets Atmospheres Jan 24, 2005 Seen Through Titan's Haze Feb 04, 2005 The Atmosphere of Venus Feb 07, 2005 The Electrified Atmosphere of Venus Jan 20, 2005 Titan's Strange Atmosphere Dec 08, 2005 Titans's Winds Aug 17, 2005 Missing Air of Mars Atmospheric Phenomena Nov 23, 2006 A, B, C, D, Electric Solar System Jul 14, 2006 Saturn's Dragon ...
89. The Crescent [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... Wensinck. (31) To the Hebrews Sinai, Horeb, Ebol, and Gerezim were all conceived as images of a twin-peaked mountain, states Jeremias. (32) In the primeval Tyre (paradise), according to the description of Nonnus, a "double rock" rises from the ocean. In its centre is an olive (the central sun) which automatically emits fire, setting it in a perpetual blaze. (33) The Syrian and Hittite great gods stand equally balanced upon two mountains. (34) In ... though always identified by scholars as the lunar sphere, Sin is never presented as a "half-moon," "three quarters moon" or "full moon." He is simply Udsar "the crescent." And however incongruous the relationship might appear today, Babylonian art continually presents Sin as the lower half of the enclosed sun-cross 48. Various Mesopotamian versions of the sun-in-crescent. Did this relationship of the Sin-crescent to Saturn and his enclosure originate in a haphazard combination of once independent symbols-- or in a fundamental equation? The ...
90. On testing The Polar configuration [Aeon Journal $]
... myths and symbols of the New World. One of the better known instances is the White or Shining Mountain Colhuacan, recognized by many writers as a polar column. On the summit of Colhuacan dwelt the original divine race. (109) The Omaha recall the great rock which Wakanda summoned from the waters in the beginning: "the great white rock, standing and reaching as high as the heavens, enwrapped in mist, verily as high as the heavens." (110) In the Eskimo tradition the world of the gods ... , whose hieroglyph is the universal symbol of the enclosed sun [* !* image. (40) The Babylonian Shamash occupies the center of a revolving, wheel-like celestial enclosure. (41) The Hindus celebrated the wheel of the sun god Surya, and in art the god is presented in the center of a fiery wheel-as is also the true sun Brahma. (42) The same symbolism of the sun-wheel occurs in Buddhist art. (43) Classical art repeatedly portrays the sun or sun god in the center of a ...
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