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131. Index of Authors
... Fire in Pre-historic and Ancient Times Part I Alice McQueen, The Ten "lost" Tribes Alice Miller, The Kensington Runestone, John Whittaker and the Skeptical Inquirer (Part II) Alice Miller, The Kensington Runestone, John Whittaker and the Skeptical Inquirer (Part I) Alistair F, Pitty, Catastrophism and Uniformitarianism Allan Beggs, Exploring The Saturn Myth Allan Beggs, Fomenko is right! Amelia Acheson, The Electric Universe: Slide Presentation & Notes by Wallace Thornhill Andrew Hamilton, The Circularisation of Planetary Orbits Andy Lloyd, The Extended Habitation Zone Anne-Marie De Grazia, The Last Days of Velikovsky Annis Scott, Our Universe: Unlocking its Mysteries Anthony H. Rees, Artificially Structured Biblical ...
132. Lectures on the Saturn Model and the Electric Universe [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:1 (May 2000) Home | Issue Contents Announcements Lectures on the Saturn Model and the Electric Universe The following 3 slide-lectures have been prepared for presentation: Synthesis of evidence for big-picture view. This lecture covers a wide range of evidence for the Saturn Model and reflects on fundamental implications, including the collapse of uniformitarianism and gradualism, the influence on the world religions and theology, and the impact on racial psychology. Includes segments on: (a ) Role of the Polar Configuration in the Saturn Model (b ) Universal myth of the Golden Age (c ) Universal myth of different ages and different "suns" (d ) Global ...
133. Thoth Vol III, No. 14: Nov 1, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... fell" around the sun. The mathematics of falling could be developed into equations of motion for orbits. And those equations could not only describe the motions of the planets but could invent additional motions. Suddenly, people could build spaceships that would "follow the math" and take them to the planets. Now it's happening again. The Saturn Theory and the Electric Universe each explain larger bodies of data with greater unity than previously-accepted ideas in their fields. The Electric Universe provides an integrated explanation for the growing mass of astronomical observations that are becoming a morass of contradictory ad hoc confusions. Craters, rilles, parallel grooves, domes, arachnoids, neutrino fluxes, sunspot characteristics, ...
134. Symbols of an Ancient Sky: Slide Presentation & Notes by David Talbott [Journals] [Aeon]
... his model, the first civilizations originated in ritual practices honoring, imitating, and re-living these dramatic celestial events. His assertion, following Velikovsky, is that the dominant deified powers celebrated in ancient rites and pantheons were actually planets moving close to Earth. In this notebook, Talbott's goal is "to provide just enough of an abstract of the Saturn theory to give a sense of the underlying coherence of the thesis." (p . 2.) He also provides an overview of the theories of other comparative mythologists who have been aware of the amazing global similarities in myth and symbol. Scholars have traditionally postulated various ad hoc theories to explain these congruencies- conjectures about seasonal fertility ...
135. The Bedrock of Myth [Articles]
... [ CD-Rom Home ] THE BEDROCK OF MYTH by Roger Ashton Tracing the Origin of Myth The Nonexistent Sunlike Saturn Perceived Form and the Passage of Time An Alternative Conjecture The Sequence of Manifestations The Forms of the Polar Apparition Sungir and the Nasatyas The Triple Crescent and the Neanderthals Three Tests 1. Tracing the Origin of Myth If the metaphors of myth and the symbols and emblems derived therefrom can be traced retrospectively to the elements of a primeval visual design from which all of them could evidently and separately evolve, then that primeval visual design is the bedrock of myth. It is not necessary to presume that this origin has a unity in time. The design need consist only of the ...
136. Khima and Kesil [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol III No 3 (Winter 1978/79) Home | Issue Contents Khima and Kesil Immanuel Velikovsky Copyright (c ) 1978, 1979 I. VELIKOVSKY When identifying the biblical "Khima" as Saturn and "Kesil" as Mars, Dr Velikovsky promised support,for this interpretation in a later work. The paper below outlines the grounds on which these identifications were made. In the Tractate Brakhot of the Babylonian Talmud it is said that the Deluge was caused by two stars that fell from Khima toward the Earth. The statement reads: "When the Holy One decided to bring the Deluge on the Earth He took two stars from Khima and [ ...
137. The Trouble With Aztex [Journals] [Kronos]
... close to it in relation to Robert Bass and his use of Hills' and Ovenden's work. Somehow I don't think that Ellenberger quite understood Bass' position nor, for that matter, the point I was attempting to make. But all that in its place below. My first "business of the day" concerns the "Child of Saturn" issue and, on this, I cannot really approve Ellenberger's attitude. My "continuing reticence" to "describe" what I mean by "Child of Saturn" is a lame excuse when used to condone the placing of words, which I never uttered, into my mouth. It is even lamer when used to ignore words ...
138. Heracles and the Planet Mars [Journals] [Aeon]
... 21) While this hardly seems a realistic alternative the evidence appears to point in this direction. It is our opinion, in fact, that the mythological confrontation of Heracles and Helios commemorates a former arrangement of the solar system, one radically different from the current one. In this former planetary system the planet Mars- together with the planet Saturn- appears to have played a prominent role. The evidential support for this remarkable statement is the ancient identification of Helios with the planet Saturn, reported by Diodorus and Hesychius among others. (22) Helios' identification with Saturn is so incredible at first sight that one is tempted to dismiss the Greek testimony without a second thought. ...
139. The Olympian Rulers [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: Chaos and Creation, by Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER NINE The Olympian Rulers "When Jupiter was first born, he defeated Saturn and the Sun by his brilliance," reports the Taitiriya Brahmanna [1 ]. Declares Jupiter-Marduk in a Babylonian epic poem: "When I stood up from my seat and let the flood break in, then the judgement of Earth and Heaven went out of joint.... The gods, which trembled, the stars of heaven-their position changed, and I did not bring them back."[2 ] The Age of Saturnia ended in the Biblical Deluge. The Age of Jovea (5700 to 4400 B ...
140. Thoth Vol II, No. 19: Nov 30, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... [ Home ] THOTH A Catastrophics Newsletter Vol II, No. 19 Nov 30, 1998 EDITOR: Amy Acheson PUBLISHER: Michael Armstrong LIST MANAGER: Brian Stewart CONTENTS WHY THE SATURN THESIS?. . . . . . . . . . . . . .by Mel Acheson VISUALIZING COLLINEAR SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Talbott ELECTROMAGNETICALLY INDUCED LAMARCKISM Discussion: Dave Davis, Wal Thornhill, and Ev Cochrane SATURNISING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . by Harold Tresman TIDBITS Notes and comments by Dave Talbott, Dwardu Cardona, and Wal Thornhill- WHY THE SATURN THESIS? by Mel Acheson ...
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