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11. Intimations of an Alien Sky [Journals] [Aeon]
... Venus as Morning Star] are mentioned by name at all...Mercury appears for the first time by name [as Hermes] in [Plato's] Timaeus 38e, and other divine names are given [also by Plato] in Epinomis 987b sq., where they are said to be Syrian. ' The Greek names Phaenon [Saturn], Phaethon [Jupiter], Pyroeis [Mars], Phosphorus [another designation for Venus as Morning Star] & Stilbon [Mercury] are no doubt older, though they do not happen to occur earlier. (10) So, also, W.D . Ross, another modern translator of Aristotle who appended a similar ...
12. The Golden Age and Nova of Super Saturn [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: Solaria Binaria, by Alfred De Grazia and Earl R. Milton Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER FOURTEEN The Golden Age and Nova of Super Saturn The great god, Saturn, identified by many names, of many cultures, and often associated with the planet, which has been known in the most ancient times by that name, is the son of a god. In the ancient Buddhist liturgy he is called Ravisuta, or "Son of the Sun". Uranus, by his many names, does not have a father; but he is often referred to as the father of Saturn, Uranus is killed, castrated, defeated, retired, or dismissed, and ...
13. On Saturn At the North Pole [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon I:6 (1988) Home | Issue Contents On Saturn At the North Pole Lynn E. Rose Northernism, as I understand it, is the view that Saturn- perhaps along with some other planet-sized body or bodies- was at one time permanently situated directly over the north rotational pole of Earth. Frankly, I think that the whole idea of Saturn hovering over the north pole is rather implausible. I am of course willing to listen, if anybody ever comes up with a set of radically new physical principles of the sort that it would apparently take to make the northernist models viable, but as of now I continue to think of all such ...
14. The Saturn Thesis [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon IV:3 (Dec 1995) Home | Issue Contents The Saturn Thesis An In-Depth Interview With David Talbott David Talbott, perhaps best known for his 1980 book, The Saturn Myth, has been researching the Saturnian phenomenon since the 1970s. (1 ) He has, since then, published much about the subject- mainly in Research Communications Network News-letter, KRONOS, and, more recently, in the pages of AEON, which publication he him-self inaugurated in 1988. Following the November 1994 symposium held in Portland, Oregon, Talbott decided to devote his time to the production of a series of videos, in lieu of the written word, through which he ...
15. The Demands of the Saturnian Configuration Theory [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of the now-defunct Canadian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies. He is currently the Editor of AEON as well as the Series Editor for the Osiris Series of books sponsored by Cosmos & Chronos. An enthusiastic researcher and writer, he has now published over 100 articles on various subjects in various periodicals. Summary The Saturnian theory proposes a line-up of the planets Saturn, Venus, Mars and Earth, all sharing the same axis of rotation. According to the mytho-historical record, this seemingly outrageous arrangement of planets existed in prehistoric times before it fell apart in a series of catastrophic events. In reconstructing the events in the formation and destruction of this configuration, certain demands which the theory raises have to ...
16. The Road to Saturn (Excerpts from an Autobiographical Essay) [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon I:3 (1988) Home | Issue Contents The Road to Saturn (Excerpts from an Autobiographical Essay)Dwardu Cardona PART II I 1977 saw the publication of George Michanowsky's The Once and Future Star. In this work Michanowsky maintained that the rise of civilization and the origin of religious beliefs owe their impetus to the sudden appearance of a bright light in the sky. But the similarity to the theory of Saturn's flare-up ends there. Michanowsky's theory was based on the remains of a supernova, in the form of a pulsar, discovered in 1968 by the Molonglo Radio Observatory in Australia. The pulsar was detected in the southern constellation Vela and thus received the ...
17. The Saturn Thesis (Part 3) [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon IV:6 (May 1997) Home | Issue Contents The Saturn Thesis (Part 3)An In-Depth Interview with David Talbott- (Continued) AEON: Before we go on, for the sake of our new readers, you should perhaps begin by giving us a summary of your hypothesis, and then, hopefully, an update on recent developments. Talbott: The Saturn theory is a reconstruction of planetary history, based on a universal memory. In an epoch remembered as the Age of the Gods, the Earth participated dynamically in an unusual planetary system never imagined by modern astronomy. The first layers of the historical argument for the Saturn theory rest on ...
18. The Celestial Ship of North Vol II [Books]
... Two "As it is in the Heavens so will it be on Earth"CHAPTER I. -Transcendent Forces Astrology, Gospel of the Stars giving Man Knowledge of the Mysteries and leading his Thoughts into Cognizance of Divinity-The Profoundest Science ever given to Man-Pure, Simple Divine Law-Our Bible Astrological-Saturn or Satan-Saturn, Tribal God of the Jews-Conjunction of Neptune and Saturn in 1917- Poles-Interpretation-The Central Sun-Eclipses- Solar Eclipse of 1899-Solar Eclipse of 1910-Importance of Neptune. CHAPTER II. -The Eye of the Gods The Sun-Its worship today as of old-The Spiritual Sun-Tradition-Indian Legends of the Sun-Creating the Zodiac-The Tau Cross-The Ankh Cross-Creation of the Solar Period or Time-Assignation of Planets- Allegory of primitive Creation-Fragments of Astrology. CHAPTER III ...
19. A Proposed Model for the Polar Configuration [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon III:3 (Oct 1993) Home | Issue Contents A Proposed Model for the Polar Configuration Robert Grubaugh The polar configuration as conceived by Talbott, Cochrane, and Cardona from the mythology, art, and language of the ancients requires that Saturn be the largest visible object in the sky, and hence much closer to the Earth than at present. The thesis also requires that Saturn occupy a fixed position in the northern sky and that it have a lighted face which appears as a crescent that rotates as the Earth rotates about its own axis. The planets Venus and Mars are also envisaged as having occupied a fixed position in a direct line between Earth and ...
20. Saturn And Voyager [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VI No. 3 (Spring 1981) Home | Issue Contents Saturn And Voyager Earl R. Milton The ancients write of a "sun" of the night sky which hovered over the top-of-the-world. It was taken to be a manifestation of the great god. Some worshipped him as Shamash, others knew him as Atum. The Greeks called him Kronos, the Romans Saturn. Today, his worldly-image is but a dim yellow starry point in the sky- the ringed planet we call Saturn. It orbits the Sun every twenty-nine and one-half years. The most distant of the planets visible to the naked eye, Saturn is about one and one-half billion ...
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