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31. Jerusalem - City of Saturn [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. X No. 2 (Winter 1985) Home | Issue Contents Jerusalem - City of Saturn Lewis M. Greenberg Copyright (c ) 1984 by Lewis M. Greenberg In an earlier paper,(1 ) Warner Sizemore and I presented a wide range of evidence in support of the thesis that first millennium Jerusalem could rightfully be called "the city of Venus". Now - as a result of further research, the perspective of time, and the work of others - it has become necessary to reassess our previous position. While not wishing to discount the importance and direct influence of Venus on ancient Israel in general and Jerusalem in particular,( ...
32. Shamash and Sin [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... foundation of Islam' and is usually interpreted as representing Ishtar and Sin', who are normally identified as Venus and the Moon'. In parenthesis it is then added that: "Dwardu Cardona has pointed out that a common entry in Babylonian astrological reports was when Shamash stands in the halo of Sin' but for Cardona, Shamash is Saturn." It is then asked, Is Sin even the Moon? '. An astute question - but first, and this is important, it is not for Cardona' that Shamash is Saturn'. Shamash is, or was, Saturn for the Assyro-Babylonians themselves who reported it, more than once, in the very astrological texts ...
33. Darkness and the Deep [Journals] [Aeon]
... What this means I hope to elucidate in what follows below. Certain fundamentals, based on specific proposals offered by others, are here accepted, but also tested against the record. First among these proposals is one which was originally offered by Immanuel Velikovsky in 1971 concerning the possibility that Earth had at one time been a satellite of the planet Saturn. (1 ) Actually, a similar, if more bizarre, idea that proposes the Earth to be "an offspring of Saturn" was aired as long ago as 1884 by Oskar Reichenbach (2 ) as part of a theory purporting to prove that land masses on Earth have rifted and moved northward. Thus, as wrong as ...
34. Saturn's Flare-ups [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... also guilty of other misconceptions. The present paper, in response to his,(1 ) is intended to clarify some points as well as to add, even if only in passing, some additional information concerning Saturn's early history. I shall not tackle the points in the same order in which they appear in Eggleton's article - "Did Saturn Explode Twice?" - I shall, instead, attempt a sequence in keeping with the chronology of the events discussed. I shall therefore start with matters of planetary identification. Eggleton stated that it was "Yahweh [who] creates the two lights, the Sun and Saturn". "There is little doubt," he continued ...
35. The Saturn Theory [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2000:1 "Proceedings of the SIS Silver Jubilee Event" Home | Issue Contents The Saturn Theory by Ev Cochrane Ev Cochrane is the author of Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion. Together with Dave Talbott and Dwardu Cardona, Ev Cochrane is one of the primary architects of the Saturn theory. His research interests include ancient mythology, archaeoastronomy, and evolutionary theory. He has an MS from Iowa State University, where he studied genetics and psychology. Summary The paper offers a brief summary of the Saturn theory - specifically, the idea that during the prehistoric period a colossal configuration of planets dominated the celestial landscape ...
36. Saturn's Children [Books] [de Grazia books]
... CHAPTER EIGHT Saturn's Children The year 1977 marked the beginning of quantavolutionary publications about Saturn. Three articles appeared, written by David Talbott, by Dwardu Cardona, and jointly by Harold Tresman and B. O'Gheoghan. A few months later, Velikovsky, who had inspired the studies in each case, without participating in them released a fragment of his manuscripts on Saturn [1 ]. "Two stars erupted from the planet Saturn and caused the Deluge." So states the Talmud, in Velikovsky's translation [2 ]. This is one of the several principal conclusions reached by the other writers. Saturn was a second sun, shining by day and night upon Earth. The record ...
37. Astral Kingship [Journals] [Aeon]
... source of that power was not arbitrary. It emanated from the greatest of the planetary deities, who showered their unqualified blessings only upon those terrestrial vicars deemed worthy. Who were these planetary deities and why were they considered the dispensers of divine authority? With a choice of gods and a multitude of celestial bodies to choose from, why were Saturn, Jupiter, and Venus- with their respective representative divinities and festivals- the prime font of astral kingship? The Persian King of Kings When Cyrus the Great triumphantly entered Babylon in October 539 BC, he was welcomed with open arms and hailed as legitimate ruler by the populace within. This political achievement was due, in no small ...
38. On testing The Polar configuration [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon I:2 (Feb 1988) Home | Issue Contents On testing The Polar configuration David Talbott Background This is a follow-up article to my previous "Reconstructing the Saturn Myth," AEON Vol. I, No. 1. It is assumed that readers will have read that article and are familiar with the general context of the theory discussed in the following pages. Defining the model In presenting the case for Saturn's polar configuration it is necessary to draw upon many wide-ranging pieces of a celestial puzzle. But the theory can only give meaning to the separate pieces by reference to a model outside all generally accepted theoretical frameworks. In effect, our interpretation of each ...
39. Magnetic Models of the Polar Configuration [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon IV:2 (Aug 1995) Home | Issue Contents Magnetic Models of the Polar Configuration Robert B. Driscoll INTRODUCTION In a tentative model for the Saturn Myth proposed earlier, the Earth was taken to have had essentially its present atmosphere and no significant net electric charge. Its stable position in that model of the polar configuration depended solely upon gravitation and aero-dynamic force of the circumsolar gas cloud deflected between two proto-Jovian gas giants dominating the configuration, with masses mj and ms. The two proto-Jovian members had planetary electrical charges whose product QjQs > Gmjms, with G the Newtonian gravitational constant, giving them net repulsive interactions balanced by the components of the attractive forces of ...
40. "Let There be Light" [Journals] [Kronos]
... , or synonym, of "Elohim," however, is hardly lost; it is merely "El" or "Eloah."(3 ) The Phoenician scholar Sanchoniathon, as quoted by Philo of Byblos, identified the Canaanite El with the Greek god called Kronos,(4 ) which is also the Greek name for the planet Saturn. W.F . Albright equated El with the Assyro-Babylonian Shamash,(5 ) which is likewise an alternate name for the planet Saturn.(6 ) Heidel also tell us that "Cronos [Saturn] is called El by the Phoenicians."(7 ) In Job 22:12-14, El is associated with Eloah, ...
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