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71. The Cosmic Serpent by Victor Clube and Bill Napier [Journals] [Kronos]
... Persian Gulf. 55. Ibid., p. 255. Cf. L. M. Greenberg, "Atlantis", Pensée IVR VI (1973-74), pp. 52-54, and the remarks by Isaacson in KRONOS I:2 (1975), pp. 93-96. 56. C. Doumas and L. Papazoglou, "Santorini tephra from Rhodes", Nature 287 (1980), pp. 322-324. 57. Ibid. 58. Serpent, pp. 254-255. 59. Velikovsky, "Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Comets". 60. H. Goedicke, Egypt and the Early History of Israel (Baltimore,1981) . 61. This is a ...
72. Catastrophism and the Mammoths - II (Vox Populi) [Journals] [Kronos]
... . A great deal of time elapsed between then and the publication of my response (amended by then) in SIS WORKSHOP 6:1 , pp. 14-16, but I must confess a sense of disappointment in not having been able to modify Ellenberger's position. Briefly, the ice cores probably do not accurately record the eruption of Thera/ Santorini in the 2nd millennium BC, whereas other methods (e .g ., bristlecone pine "frost signature") seemingly do. Nor do the ice cores record the largest "frost signature" in the BC record in the Mount St. Helens eruption, whose ash is radiocarbon dated to c.2035 BC. Nor do they ...
73. The Lion Gate at Mycenae [Journals] [Pensee]
... op. cit., 274ff. 88. See Mylonas, Ibid. 218-29; McDonald, Ibid.,406-17; Hall, op. cit., 41ff., 221ff,; R. Carpenter, Discontinuity in Greek Civilization (New York, 1966), pp. 34ff,; L. Palmerance, The Final Collapse of Santorini (Thera) 1400 B. C. Or 1200 B. C.? Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology, 26 (Goteborg 1970), pp. 26 and 28-32. 89. Taylour, op. cit., 178. 90. Schliemann, op. cit., 373 and 366ff. Mycenae may actually have been occupied without ...
74. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... In recent years, the most popular theory about Atlantis has been that Plato's account of its rich civilisation and sudden end is derived from memories of Minoan Crete, which was destroyed in the middle of the second millennium BC. Spyridon Marinatos has argued that the cause of this destruction was the cataclysmic explosion of the volcanic island of Thera (modern Santorini) c. 1500 BC, which resulted in volcanic ash falling on eastern Crete. This was about 900 years before Solon (in terms of the accepted chronology); it is therefore assumed that Plato's 9,000 years are simply a tenfold exaggeration of the antiquity of this event. It has also been suggested that the account of ...
75. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , 9.8 .01, 16.8 .01 This interesting series explored what might have caused the apparent sudden demise of several ancient civilisations. The explosion of Thera was blamed, naturally, for the end of the Minoan culture. There is evidence that the eruption was much larger than previously thought and not only did it destroy Santorini itself but would have severely disrupted the culture on Crete. Signs of sacrificed children indicate that the surviving people no longer had faith in the divine authority of their priests and mainland Greeks took advantage of the weakened society. The end of Egypt's Old Kingdom, some orthodox 700 years earlier, was put down to famine due to lack of ...
76. Some Additional Evidence from the Period from the Exodus to the End of the Eighteenth Dynasty [Journals] [SIS Review]
... "The Dark Ages in Ancient History", part 1, AJA 75 (1971), p. 11. 4. A. G. Galanopoulos: "Die ägyptischen Plagen und der Auszug Israels aus geologischer Sicht", Z. Alterturn 10 (1964), pp.131-137; D.Ninkovich and B.Heezen: "Santorini Tephra", Proceedings of the Seventeenth Symposium of the Colston Research Society (1965), pp. 444-7. 5. The Illustrated London News, Sept. 12,1959, p. 250; Kush (Journal of the Sudan Antiquities Service) VIII (1959), pp. 7-10. [For evidence of the use of ...
77. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 3 and Camp Century, Greenland Ice Cores', in C. C. Langway et al. (eds.): Greenland Ice Core: Geophysics, Geochemistry, and the Environment, Geophysical Monograph 33 (Washington DC, 1985), pp. 77-84 7. C. U. Hammer et al.: The Minoan Eruption of Santorini in Greece Dated to 1645 BC? ', Nature 328 (1987), pp. 518-9; T. Risbo et al.: Supernovae and nitrate in the Greenland Ice Sheet', Nature 294 (1981), pp. 637-9 (report zero correlation); but C&N are giving first priority to 14C and 10Be ...
78. New Frontiers on the Stability of the Solar System [Articles]
... there are dramatic destructions at the different citadel sites where the whole thing is levelled through earthquake and fire. There is no mention anywhere about nuclear winters for several years, there is just evidence of destruction. The central story is the Sodom and Gomorrah story. Archie Roy: Are you thinking in particular, say, of the eruption at Santorini which destroyed the Minoans? David Rohl: There is the whole of the Levant area, all the citadel sites there were being destroyed at particular periods, and Claude Schaeffer has proved that they were destroyed uniformly across the whole Middle East. Archie Roy: I'm not the one to comment on that because it's not my field. David ...
79. Cheers and Hisses [Books] [de Grazia books]
... ! I hope my letter finds you well- and not too impatient with your friends and colleagues of the field of revolutionary primevalogy. I have settled down in Naxos for a few weeks (until August 15), after visits in London, Amsterdam, Delft, Dusseldorf, Dornach (the Rudolf Steiner Center), Athens, and Thera Santorini. On the 15th of August, I go to Athens, the Dordogne (to spend two weeks around the caves and digs), Nice for the IX International Congress of the Union of Pre-and Proto-Historical Sciences, and then probably straight back to NYC and Princeton. I have been carrying your letter of April 2 (terrible!) ...
... pp. 2107-2130) Taken within a catastrophic context, these indicate a double magnetic reversal occurring in quick succession." For these brief magnetic reversals to be left in lake sediments during a 52 year period, 3,500 years ago, the strength of the magnetic field must have been very large. Sagan has argued that the eruption at Santorini (Thera) in 1500 B.C . explains the evidence of catastrophism Velikovsky has promulgated. We have pointed out that according to researchers (Downey and Tarling) in Science News and in New Scientist, there occurred two phases of destruction separated by fifty years based on archaeomagnetism and ceramic dating. But back to circularization of Venus' ...
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