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171. The Hot Poles of Enceladus [Thunderbolts Website]
... home updates news and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Credit: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Aug 09, 2005 The Hot Poles of Enceladus The unexpected hot spot around Enceladus ’ south pole is another indication of electric currents coursing through Saturn ’ s moon and connected with the electric circuits that compose Saturn ’ s plasma sheath. The NASA press release reports that this image “startled” scientists. The hot spot around Enceladus ’ south pole is “very difficult to explain if sunlight is the only energy source heating the surface.” The only other likely heat source available to conventional theorists is internal heat, but they are “unsure how the internal heat reaches the surface.” Close-up images reveal a series of somewhat parallel fractures that are the centers of the heat. NASA scientists speculate that internal heat escapes through these fractures and evaporates the ice along them, thereby generating Enceladus ’ ...
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172. Electric Lights on Saturn [Thunderbolts Website]
... the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Thunderbolts of the Gods is a 108 page 8-1/2 x 11 full color monograph based on the life work of the two authors --a revolutionary synthesis of comparative mythology and the newly-discovered "Electric Universe". The Monograph includes an hour-long DVD introducing various aspects of the Electric Universe explained by members of the Thunderbolts Group. More Information Book Synopsis Read Chapter One Order Link May 26, 2006 Electric Lights on Saturn The discovery of electric currents everywhere in space makes the meteorological vocabulary of astrophysicists obsolete. This false-color image of Saturn in ultraviolet light shows the complete circle of an aurora around Saturn ’ s south pole and part of the aurora around its north pole. From almost the beginning of the space age, plasma physicists have known that electric currents flow from regions high above Earth ’ s equator to the auroral regions around the magnetic poles and that these circuits power the auroras. Presumably, Saturn ’ s auroras are lit by similar circuitry ...
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173. Horizons [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... Trickster and I think what he was suggesting was that, at some point along a line of research, one could be "tricked" into coming to conclusions on what might be flimsy evidence. His examples were naturally linguistic. He gave several pairs of opposites, such a saltationism vs gradualism, catastrophism vs actualism, etc. If one is too blinkered in one's adherence to one ism, one could be "tricked" into missing clues from another. Hence the importance of Interdisciplinary debate. SATURDAY MORNING: MILTON ZYSMAN: The Saturn Myth: A Challenge to the Planetary Hypothesis. I missed this talk, but I gather that Zysman's theory involves some kind of Ice Shield which enveloped the Earth in prehistoric times and that this produced a variety of tricks of the light. These were observed by mankind and gave rise to the myths relating to gods and planets. SATURDAY AFTERNOON: EV COCHRANE: Moses and the Exodus. This talk seemed to be suggesting that the planet involved in Velikovsky's scenario for the Exodus was not Venus but Mars. However it was wide-ranging ...
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174. Saturn the God of Seeds [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... Saturn the God of Seeds Saturn was called ? the god of seeds ? or ? of sowing,? (1) also ? the lord of the fieldfruits.? (2) A Deluge destroying much faunal life must have caused a dissemination of plants: in many places new forms of vegetation must have sprouted from the rich soil fertilized by lava and mud; seeds were carried from all parts of the globe and in many instances, because of the change in climate, they were able to grow in new surroundings. The axis of the earth was displaced, the orbit changed, the speed of rotation altered, the conditions of irrigation became different, the composition of the atmosphere was not the same entirely new conditions of growth prevailed. Ovid thus describes the exuberant growth of vegetation following the Flood. ? After the old moisture remaining from the Flood had grown warm from the rays of the sun, the slime of the wet marshes swelled with heat, and the fertile seeds of life, nourished in that life-giving soil, as in a mother ? ...
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175. AEON Back Issues [Aeon Journal $]
... 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 the Polar Configuration. Vol.I: No.3 The Solar System and Electro-Gravitic Theory* Is Gravity Necessary?* Natural Selection and Speciation* The Unworkable Polar Saturn* The Ship of Heaven* Venus in Ancient Myth and Language: Part Two* The Road to Saturn: Part Two. Vol.I: No.4 On Models and Scenarios* Solar System Studies: Part Two* The Polar Column* The Saturn Myth* Mars in Upheaval* The Organization of ...
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176. Sun and Saturn by Morris Jastrow Jr [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2001:1 (Jun 2001) Home¦ Issue Contents Sun and Saturn by Morris Jastrow Jr www.catastrophism.com/texts/sun-and-saturn/ [The Sun and Saturn are two very different celestial objects. Yet the Babylonians appeared to 'confuse' the two... or was it just the translators of the Babylonian texts. This is the first time this article has been made readily available since it was first published in 1910." Sun and Saturn" by Morris Jastrow Jr From: Revue D'Assyriologie et d'Archéologie Orientale, Septième Volume (Vol. VII), Paris 1910. "Thompson in his Introduction to his collection of astrological reports has noticed that the planet Saturn was also designated as Samas, i.e. "sun" by the Babylonian-Assyrian astrologers and he quotes the statement of Hyginus to the effect that Saturn was called "the star of the sun". He has not, however, recognized quite a number of passages in his collection in which this usage occurs. The Reports Nos. 173-183B he has grouped under "Omens from ...
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... something new under the sun. Even the sun is new. Amy Acheson thoth@whidbey.com---- THE "TERRIFYING GLORY" OF VENUS By Dave Talbott (dtalbott@teleport.com) In our prior installment on the Greek goddess Athena, we noted two relationships of the goddess under the tests of our planetary model: the connection to the ancient eye-goddess, and the connection to the "shield" in which the warrior-hero finds his protection. Our purpose was to illustrate how an independent researcher might follow the logical tests of the Saturn model in any direction. Given the specificity of the model itself, the tests leave little room for ambiguity or selective perception. They are also virtually limitless. And each poses the same question: would these deeply connected memories be possible if the claimed events never occurred? In this brief series, our reference has been a "snapshot" of the Saturnian configuration on the Kronia Communications website. You will find the illustration at- www.kronia.com/html/saturn_theory.html A more general background is provided by the notebook "Symbols of an ...
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... an analysis of each and every one of Patten's identifications in a short paper. But because it is his methodology that I wish to illustrate, a few other examples should be examined-- and in detail. I therefore offer the following samples. 3. Baal and the McDowell Hypothesis In Worlds in Collision, Velikovsky had identified Baal as the planet Venus (25) while also offering the opinion that, in an earlier age, the same Baal had been a name for Jupiter and, earlier still, even a name for Saturn. (26) To Patten, of course, Baal was Mars. Seeing as Baal has also been identified by conventional mythologists as both the Sun (27) and the Moon, (28) it can safely be said that, with the exception of the planet Mercury, this god has been identified as every member of the Solar System visible to the naked eye. Early in the pages of his 1973 opus, Patten promised that he would "later" be showing that "Mars is Baal." (29 ...
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179. SIS Silver Jubilee Conference: Abstracts [SIS Internet Digest $]
... 1983, Private Publication) has suggested that in the past these plasmoids appeared in the earth's proximity and were observed and then described as comets or blazing stars. By their relatively short duration and close proximity to the earth, these plasmoids are not like long period comets such as Halley's, though they may take shapes of somewhat similar aspect with hairy appendages or tails. Moreover, unlike your classic long period comet, because of their proximity and energy, these plasmoids may not be totally benign. Lynn E. Rose: Sirius and Saturn A more careful reading of the Canopus Decree enables us to retrocalculate Sothic dates much more precisely than ever before. Middle Kingdom lunar documents fail to fit in the second millennium. But they do fit in the fourth century, with the IIII prt 16 heliacal rising of Sirius in -394. My "modified-Philolaos" model (Lynn E. Rose, "Variations on a Theme of Philolaos", Kronos V:1 (Fall 1979), pages 12-46.) remains viable today: Earth once orbited Saturn, always keeping the ...
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180. Letters [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... Clearly confirmation of this story and evidence of the lake and the pyramids described can help to establish the accuracy of Herodotus' narrative, which is important to Lasken's thesis, but they also have a wider interest. Has anyone located remains which correspond to the artficial Lake Moeris and its pyramids as described by Herodotus? Alasdair Beal, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, W. Yorks The Virgin Ilamtar- comments on the creation myth from the Finnish epic 'The Kalevala' Genesis Chapter 1 re-interpreted Verse 1: 'At the end of the world age Saturn devastated the earth' Verse 2: 'And there was darkness and ruin on the face of the earth' Verse 3& 4: 'And Saturn said: 'Let there be light'. And the light was evil and destructive'. Verse 16: 'And Saturn made two great lights: Saturn alone to rule the night; Saturn and the Sun to rule the day.' Verses 20& 21: 'And Saturn said: 'Let the water bring forth mutated species; the Earth also'. And Saturn caused monstrosities, mutations ...
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