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21. David Talbott's Saturn Theory [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:1 (Sep 2002) Home | Issue Contents David Talbott's Saturn Theory Posted by "lovematters" on 7 August 2001 I have been doing my best to keep up with the current catastrophist discussions but I've yet to grasp what mechanism/event Talbott suggests is the cause for the Earth's separation from its Saturn orbit and also how it got so close in the first place. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks. .. .reply Posted by "feline1" on 6 August 2001 Probably the best info on DaveT's Saturn theory is available at, Off the top of my head, I think the broad ...
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22. The Polar Sun [Books]
... -- III The Polar Sun Saturn's mythical history includes two themes which not only contradict the planet's visible appearance today, but seem to mock the canons of modern astronomy: Saturn, not the solar orb, was the authentic "sun" -god of ancient ritual. Throughout Saturn's reign this sun-planet remained fixed at the north celestial pole. These two themes, affirmed by the straightforward testimony of ancient sources, compose a global memory: in the beginning Saturn did not move on its present remote orbit, but ruled as the central sun around which the other heavenly bodies visually revolved. Of this tradition early man has left us evidence far too numerous to cover fully in this ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 350  -  15 Nov 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/saturn/ch-03.htm
23. The Mystery Of The Pleiades [Journals] [Kronos]
... those in the Douay which derived from it. Had the meaning of the original Hebrew names been lost? If so, how can we recover the correct meanings of these two important names? Immanuel Velikovsky seems to have no doubt about the subject. In Worlds in Collision, he stated: "The material for the identification of Khima as Saturn and Khesil as Mars will be presented in a subsequent part of this work."(9 ) But since the "subsequent part" or "sequel" to Worlds in Collision was never published, Velikovsky's suggested identifications remained unsubstantiated.* Knowing now in which direction to look, can we verify these identifications of Velikovsky? [* ...
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... record is based and therefore, in turn, the model based upon it. if these fundamentals cannot be believed in, then neither can anything else in the mytho-historical record. 2. The Saturnian Connection One of the, if not the, most fundamental aspects of the mytho-historical record concerns the original role played in the past by the planet Saturn as immortalized by the events attributed to the various deities who represented this celestial body. The literature dealing with this particular aspect of the universal record is now quite comprehensive. No researcher can honestly delve into ancient cosmic lore, mythology, and the origin of religion without coming face to face with this most obvious of ancient beliefs. The ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 348  -  30 Jul 2008  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/aeon/vol0202/108recon.htm
... From: Aeon I:1 (Jan 1988) Home | Issue Contents Reconstructing the Saturn Myth David Talbott The origins of ancient mythology; the birth of the first civilizations; a violent history of the solar system: these are the primary themes of the general theory highlighted in the following pages. If the thesis is correct, then modern man has gravely misunderstood his own past and failed altogether to recognize the drama of human origins- the events by which man became man. I have called it "the theory of the Saturn myth," a rather untidy use of language perhaps, though the roots of the thesis do lie in the study of myth, and the planet ...
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26. Child of Saturn (Part III) [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VII No. 3 (Spring 1982) Home | Issue Contents Child of Saturn (Part III)Dwardu Cardona Copyright (C ) 1982 by Dwardu Cardona 12. The Mahadevi It was Artur Isenberg who presented the best case for the identification of a particular Hindu deity as the proto-planet Venus of Worlds in Collision. His choice was the most obvious one - and it is puzzling how Velikovsky, who misidentified so many other Indic deities as Venus,(1 ) missed it. The candidate in question is Devi, the goddess par excellence.(2 ) This is not to say that the identification is not problematical. In fact, the problems ...
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... version was read again, by popular demand, in two parts, at the World Conference sponsored by Kronia Communications, on September 23 and 24, 2000. Still in its shortened version, it has, since then, been published in Chronology & Catastrophism Review. The full version appears for the first time below. Part I The Polar Saturn 1. INTRODUCTION For those who are not familiar with the Saturnian configuration, the theory, bizarre in the extreme, can be reduced to its simplest form by positing that the planets Saturn, Venus, Mars, and Earth were once much closer to each other. More than that, they were strung out in a linear conformation, ...
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28. Guidelines To The Saturn Myth [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. X No. 3 (Summer 1985) Home | Issue Contents Guidelines To The Saturn Myth (Part One of a Series) David Talbott BACKGROUND Recent issues of KRONOS have included several papers dealing with Saturn and the Golden Age. Though the resulting portrait may not be entirely clear, readers surely have noticed certain overlapping images. The portrait has also been clouded somewhat by disagreements on some fundamental issues, several of them concerning my proposed "polar configuration". In 1972, while serving as publisher of Pensee, I presented to several of the journal's associates an unusual idea, one which (to the best of my knowledge) had no theoretical precedent ...
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... -- I Introduction The planet Saturn today is recognizable only to those who know where to look for it. But a few thousand years ago Saturn dominated the earth as a sun, presiding over a universal Golden Age. Modern man considers it self-evident that our familiar heavens differ hardly at all from the heavens encountered by the earliest star worshippers. He assumes that the most distinctive bodies venerated in primitive times were the sun and moon, followed by the five visible planets and various constellations- all appearing as they do today, but for such ever-so-slight changes as the precession of the equinoxes. This long-standing belief not only confines present discussion of ancient myth and religion; it is ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 329  -  15 Nov 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/saturn/ch-01.htm
30. The Primordial Light? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol II No 2 (Dec 1977) Home | Issue Contents The Primordial Light?Harold Tresman & B. O'Gheoghan Harold Tresman, a Home Counties businessman, is co-founder and founding Chairman Of the Society; Mr O'Gheoghan is a professional physician. The planet Saturn, "encircled with A RING, donned of SERPENTS", a plate in Vol. VII of "Indian Antiquities" by Thomas Maurice (London, 1800). Testimony for the serpent motif in ancient cosmologies - and for an early knowledge of the rings? What is the reality behind Saturn's place as the original deity in cosmogonic myth? What is the significance of the "Golden Age ...
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