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171. Mons Veneris [Journals] [Aeon]
... anomaly: What, if anything, does the planet Mars have to do with the site of the sunset in the west? In the current arrangement of the Solar System, the answer is simply "nothing." In apparent recognition of this anomaly, some scholars have sought to question the literal meaning of these epithets. (51) Saturn A survey of the Mesopotamian traditions surrounding the ancient sun-god reveals one anomaly after another. Most baffling, perhaps, is the identification of Shamash with the planet Saturn, widely attested in Babylonian astronomical texts. (52) In a recent study of astronomical conceptions in the ancient Near East, Koch-Westenholz summarized the several attempts to explain Saturn's identification ...
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172. Cradle of Saturn, by James P Hogan (Review) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2001:1 (Apr 2001) Home | Issue Contents Cradle of Saturn by James P Hogan Reviewed by Bob Johnson Cradle of Saturn is a new novel by science fiction writer James P. Hogan - and it opens with an intriguing dedication to the work of Immanuel Velikovsky. A good sci-fi novel should be a good story. The reader should be captivated by the telling and ignorant of the time it takes to tell. The turning of the pages should be as the passing of the seconds of time - one is aware that they exist but not conscious that they are here and gone. What constitutes a good sci-fi work? Is ...
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173. The Kaaba [Journals] [Kronos]
... ,(20) or, as others would have it, perched upon its roof,(21) stood the figure of the god Hubal, considered the greatest of all Arabian idols.(22) And it is here that the truth begins to emerge for, as Hildegard Lewy pointed out, Hubal was the god of the planet Saturn.(23) This is not to say that Venus, as a dove, was not also worshipped there but it would seem that, in his youth, Venus was not the only planet that Mohammed worshipped. For some now forgotten reason, the cube had been a traditional representation of Saturn from ages past.(24) ...
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174. Discussion [Journals] [Aeon]
... human mind works from generalities to specifics, quickly seizing upon broad similarities. Given such tendencies, eyewitnesses to later cataclysms would automatically make mental connections between what they were seeing and the original traditions. For example, the Exodus comet-planet, standing vertically on the horizon as Velikovsky postulated, would be strangely reminiscent of the polar column associated with ancient Saturn- certainly similar enough to fulfill the symbolic expectations of tradition-oriented Israelites. So, too, any presentation of a crescent to earthly observers at that time would bring to mind the earlier Bull of Heaven tradition. Note that the ancients did not alter their view of the heavens for thousands of years- even though the observable evidence, evident ...
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... of the Armenian Academy of Sciences (Physical-Mathematical Series). Ambartsumyan quoted the following passage from the relevant paper by Vsekhsvyatskii: "The existence of active ejection processes in the Jupiter system, demonstrated by comet astronomy, gives grounds for assuming that Jupiter is encircled by comet and meteorite material in the form of a ring similar to the ring of Saturn." Despite the fact of his priority, Vsekhsvyatskii's name has remained conspicuously absent from the scientific literature pertaining to Jupiter. It is to be hoped that the appearance in KRONOS of the following material by the Russian astronomer will rectify this situation to a considerable extent.- LMG Visual observations of the planets, such as Jupiter, Saturn ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. VII No. 2 (Winter 1982) Home | Issue Contents On the Circularization of the Orbit of Venus Ragnar Forshufvud ABSTRACT After the Saturn nova outburst that caused the Deluge, a flat cloud of hydrogen gas would have been rotating around the Sun. The aerodynamic drag caused by the hydrogen gas may have changed the orbit of Venus substantially in a period of a few hundred years. This is demonstrated by numerical calculations, using a theoretical model for the gas cloud. The effects of the gas on electric and magnetic fields in space are also discussed. Velikovsky's reconstruction of ancient astronomical events requires that the orbit of Venus, originally elliptic like that of ...
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177. Janus: Corrigenda et Addenda [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon IV:2 (Aug 1995) Home | Issue Contents Janus: Corrigenda et Addenda Dwardu Cardona JANUS SATURNUS In a previous paper of mine, (1 ) I had reason to present some evidence concerning the identity of the Latin god Janus as an alias of Saturn. There I stated that the identification of Janus as Saturn is spelled out in the Aeneid of Virgil in a section that reads: ". .. this fort father Janus built, that Saturn; Janiculum was this called, that Saturnia." (2 ) I also included an excerpt from Joannes Laurentius Lydus, which reads: "Our own Philadelphia still preserves a trace of the ancient ...
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... if nature is uniform in part she must be uniform in all her processes. He who made Heaven and Earth surely did not work by chance, nor by an ever varying and pliable and accommodating law. He certainly would not have made the Earth according to one plan or law, the planet Mars according to another, and Jupiter and Saturn according to laws of their own. The Lyellian principle of uniformity then must apply in the development of all worlds. As the geologic edifice we are erecting is not being built according to the known conditions of some other worlds, we have violated the law in its structure. We are not building it with the understanding that the Earth ...
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... [ Home ] THOTH -A Catastrophics Newsletter- SUPPLEMENT December 22, 1999 DAVID TALBOTT AND WALLACE THORNHILL TO BE GUESTS OF JEFF RENSE AND "SIGHTINGS ON THE RADIO", JANUARY 10 David Talbott, author of The Saturn Myth, and Australian physicist Wallace Thornhill will be host Jeff Rense's guests on the nationally-syndicated "Sightings on the Radio" program January 10, 2000. The three-hour program begins at 10:00 PM EASTERN TIME. The program will highlight the convergence of the "Saturn" and the "Electric Universe" hypotheses, and will include discussion of the most recent (and most extraordinary) new findings from space. Expect dramatic news concerning the mystifying "Volcanoes" ...
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180. AEON Back Issues [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon IV:6 (May 1997) Home | Issue Contents Aeon All Back Issues Now Available $15.00 per issue Vol.I : No.1 Reconstructing the Saturn Myth * Venus in Ancient Myth and Language * Apollo and the Planet Mars * The Electro-Gravitic Theory of Celestial Motion * Solar System Studies * The Road to Saturn. Vol.I : No.2 Reopening the Sumerian Question * Heinsohn, Velikovsky and the Revised Chronology * The Chaldeans of Sumer * Did the Sumerians and the Akkadians Ever Exist? * The Signature of Catastrophe * Stars, Galaxies and Electro-Gravitic Theory * Aeonic Aphorisms * Velikovsky and the Problem of Planetary Identification * On Testing ...
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