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121. Odin [Journals] [Kronos]
... as a wielder of the thunderbolt, he is not necessarily to be identified as Jupiter. Granted that Jupiter seems to have been the prime wielder of thunderbolts,(9 ) other planetary deities were also vigorous in their thunderings. In an earlier paper I have shown that the attributes, characteristics, and mythology of Shiva properly fit the planet Saturn and not Jupiter.(10) Velikovsky's identification of Odin/Woden as Jupiter cannot, therefore, be accepted merely on the evidence of the thunderbolt. To the Romans, Mercury was the god of trade. His attributes were the caduceus, the winged sandals and/or helmet, and the purse.(11) None of ...
122. Some Religious Themes in the Light of Velikovsky et alia [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ) The studies I have made of the works of Velikovsky and Talbott have led me to some radical conclusions concerning the origins of the Jewish faith: of these the most astounding is that it was originally a Sun-Saturn cult. Many readers will be aware of the growing consensus of opinion among Velikovskians that the only bodies visible in pre-Deluge times were Saturn and the Sun, and that the latter was regarded by the ancients as a manifestation of the former.(1 ) I propose therefore that the ancients of Eden must have been monotheists. I maintain that both Judaism and Christianity were direct continuations of this cult. I also believe that all other major world religions are a protestantation of ...
123. Ashton's Bedrock of Myth (Forum) [Journals] [Aeon]
... to Ashton C. Leroy Ellenberger From St. Louis, Missouri, writes: An aspect of the Polar Configuration according to Ashton Most surviving Velikovskians now see Worlds in Collision and Ages in Chaos as seriously flawed, if not completely wrong. Many, instead, propose that the real interplanetary catastrophes occurred earlier than Velikovsky thought. Adopting the "Saturn theory," inspired by an unpublished Velikovsky manuscript alluding to the ancient Sun-Saturn polarity,  they claim that, during the "Golden Age" ruled by Saturn/Kronos, Earth was part of a "polar configuration" that orbited the Sun near Earth's present location, so that a nearby Saturn loomed continuously over the north ...
124. The Celestial Ship of North Vol. I [Books]
... known as the Son of the Father. This individualization of the Father, whom the people then enthroned above the ancient Mother, was acclaimed with great rejoicings. Finally the Child of both became a substitute for the Mother and the Father of a later period of theology. The seventh day, Saturday, was always the day of Sut, Saturn, but when Sut of Sabean origin was turned into a solar God, his day became Sunday, the day of the Sun. In this solar form he became known as Sebek-Ra, the Lamb of the thirteenth dynasty. This occurred when, at the equinox, the Sun entered the Zodiacal sign Aries symbolized as the ...
125. Index of Titles
... Impacts and Their Geological Effects Changing Sea Levels Chaos and Creation Charles H. Hapgood, Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (Chilton Books, New York), 1966. Chart to Illustrate the Conquest of Canaan, A Charting Imaginary Worlds: Pole Shifts, Ice Sheets, and Ancient Sea Kings Checking the Checkered Checker(1 ) Child of Saturn (Part V) Child of Saturn (Part II) Child of Saturn (Part IV) Child of Saturn (Part I) Child of Saturn (Part III) Child of Saturn (Part VI) China's Dragon Ching Hsing, The Chiron: Giant Comet, Agent of Catastrophe? Christopher B. Siren's Myths and Legends Chronological Contradictions ...
126. The Electric Saturnian System [Journals] [Aeon]
... it causing us any problems. Proto-Saturn's envelope would have been more dense but still a good approximation to a vacuum. The constituents of the atmospheres of brown dwarf stars, so far as they have been determined, seem to include water, and other, molecules which are helpful to life. That would explain the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn as well as the reports of water misting down onto Earth when it was still a satellite of proto-Saturn. Even Jupiter's moon, Io, I believe, was originally covered with ice. The sulfurous deposits on that moon are a result of continuous electric discharges from Jupiter, which convert the oxygen in the ice to sulfur. We see ...
127. The Age of Purple Darkness [Journals] [Aeon]
... of the darkness with which myth maintains that creation began. The present essay is, in effect, a preview that surveys a few aspects of larger problems with as much independent treatment as seems possible. The total context forms, like knowledge, an indivisible whole, so that only parenthetically can the interlinked commencement and end of the Age of Saturn be given isolated scrutiny. Nevertheless, this essay is not premature, since it invokes previously unconducted tests whose outcome will enrich scientific knowledge in any event, regardless of the truth or untruth of myth. Tales of Primeval Darkness The very earliest human traditional memories are, in a sense, the phases of developing awareness. Human misperception of ...
128. Catastrophic Theory of Mountain Uplifts (A Crustal Deformation Theory) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... self-perpetuating.) Relative velocity. Mars approached and passed the Earth-Moon system at a velocity of 28,000 mph. (This means that flyby upthrusts and general damage occurred in a time-frame of under 250 minutes, not tens of millions of years.) Orbit crossroads placed in space. Each flyby distance of Mars varied, because the planets Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune warped the orbit of Mars in various directions and amounts from flyby to flyby. Thus, these three planets altered the place in space where the two orbits intersected. They could alter the orbit crossing place and the flyby distance by an estimated 50,000 to 60,000 miles. Resonance slot. In ...
129. James P. Hogan's Cradle Of Saturn (Book Review) [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... CONTENTS From: The Velikovskian Vol. V, No. 1 JAMES P. HOGAN'S CRADLE OF SATURN A REVIEW By Charles Ginenthal One of the problems with non-fiction as an examination of planetary catastrophism is the difficulty of conveying the trauma experienced by humanity and life in general during these cataclysms. This could only be described with feeling in a work of fiction. Having read the Painted Bird by Jerzy Kozinsky, in which the life of one boy is described who hid to survive the Nazi holocaust; and then after it ended, the discovery of thousands of other children emerged from God-knows where or how nearly all marked by hollow-eyed visage and silence (they do not speak), ...
130. The Father of the Gods? [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Workshop Vol 3 No 2 (Oct 1980) Home | Issue Contents The Father of the Gods?by Martin Sieff Some notes on the history of the Solar System In "The Primordial Light?" it was suggested that the Earth may have orbited as a satellite of Saturn within human memory, and that conditions then observed may have been retained in the mythologies of the peoples. Indeed, the evidence was presented to argue that this is the only viable interpretation to the material when analysed by the methodology of Dr. Velikovsky (1 ). Actually, there is considerable "hard" astrophysical evidence to support the hypothesis that the Solar System was once a ...
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