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41. Forum: In Defence of the Saturn Theory C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2002:1 (Jul 2002) Home | Issue Contents Forum In Defence of the Saturn Theory Ev Cochrane Ev Cochrane responds to Peter James The SIS Silver Jubilee event in September 2000 examined various subjects including the evidence for and against the Saturn theory. Dwardu Cardona, Wal Thornhill and I presented evidence in support of the theory, while Peter James offered a critique. I would like to address the main points of James's critique. Why was Saturn so important to the ancients? This question, which James concedes is one of the most baffling mysteries of ancient astronomy, history, and religion' [1 ], formed the subject of ...
42. Indra [Journals] [Kronos]
... a recent paper in which I argued against the acceptance of Velikovsky's planetary identification of these deities.(1 ) In abrogating these identities, I left Worlds In Collision bereft of any Indic candidates which might have stood for these two planets. The correct identification of Venus among the Hindu deities was, however, argued separately in "Child of Saturn", Part III.(2 ) The conclusion was there reached that, with some reservations, Artur Isenberg had presented the best case when he equated the Mahadevi with the planet in question. But because "Child of Saturn" is devoted to Venus and Saturn, the proper identity of the Hindu Jupiter was left unaccounted for. ...
43. The Genie Of The Pivot [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. X No. 1 (Fall 1984) Home | Issue Contents The Genie Of The Pivot Roger Ashton Copyright (c ) 1984 by Roger Ashton ABSTRACT: Investigation of the links between gods and planets suggests a connection between Saturn and the Celestial Pole. This can be inferred from Greek and Roman myths. The same can be repeatedly extracted from materials included in the later compendia of Hindu myths. Sufficient evidence of this sort can be amassed to warrant serious consideration of the proposition that Saturn at the Celestial Pole was the central theme of myth many millennia ago. The correctness of this reconstruction of myth depends upon the total context of mythical metaphors, symbols ...
44. The Opening of The Mouth Ritual - Part II [Journals] [Aeon]
... Field of Reeds (the Greek Elysian Fields) was located in the northern heav-ens among the "unwearying stars" of the polar sky. Hieroglyph for adore, praise'. What kind of god is this? Ra Many of the components that made up the ritual itself, and its trappings, have a clear connection to the age of Saturn (as proposed by David Talbott, Dwardu Cardona, and Ev Cochrane, in this journal and its predecessor KRONOS). A few of these Sat-urnian links can be summarized as follows: the main events took place at night, the archaic "day." there are many references to the direction North. the colours white, green ...
45. Child of Saturn (Part II) [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VII No. 2 (Winter 1982) Home | Issue Contents Child of Saturn (Part II)Dwardu Cardona Copyright (C ) 1981 by Dwardu Cardona 6. Vishnu and Shiva Immanuel Velikovsky's identification of the Indic deities as various planets is often inadequately documented. In some cases there is no supporting evidence whatever. One good example is the comparison of Athene's birth from Zeus with "Vishnu born of Shiva"(1 ) through which it is implied that, even in India, the Venerian planet was believed to have been "born" from the Jovian one. This, of course, necessitates the identification of Shiva as Jupiter and of Vishnu ...
46. Abraham and Phallicism [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the gods or angels by imitating or otherwise relating to the astronomical phenomena they witnessed [1 ]. I wish to propose a similar explanation for the two phallic events. These may have been two different, already old, ways of trying to relate to the heavens after Saturn's loss of the column which appeared to have reached from Earth to Saturn. The heavens needed to be assuaged in Abraham's day because of the obvious danger from above which was to culminate in Sodom's destruction. I lean towards the arguments of those who believe Venus was the agent of Sodom's destruction and the source of the sulphur which rained from heaven. Background There are myths which have the phallus as part of ...
47. The Saturn Myth: Contents [Books]
... [ CD-Rom Home ] A reinterpretation of rites and symbols illuminating some of the dark corners of primordial society. Dust Cover: Intrigued by Velikovsky's claim that Saturn was once the pre-eminent planetary god, David Talbott resolved to examine its mythical character. "I wanted to know,", he wrote, "if ancient sources had a coherent story to tell about the planet .. . I had no inkling of the spectacular tale hidden in the chronicles. In this startling re-interpretation of age-old symbolism Talbott argues that the "Great God" or "Universal Monarch" of the ancients was not the sun, but Saturn, which once hung ominously close to the earth, and visually ...
48. Proposed Variations on the Saturnian Configuration [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon VI:1 (Feb 2001) Home | Issue Contents Proposed Variations on the Saturnian Configuration Tonny van Rhee, from Tessenderlo, Belgium, writes: The Configuration: The polar configuration theory proposed by David Talbott and Dwardu Cardona assumes that the planets Saturn, Venus, Mars, and Earth shared a common spin axis and that Earth's north pole was always pointing toward Saturn. The whole system moved in an orbit around the Sun, while the planets moved in an orbit around Saturn. The plane of this orbit is presumed to have formed an angle with the plane of Saturn's orbit around the Sun (probably because the Sun is needed to produce a crescent on ...
49. Return to the Paelo-Saturnian Ssystem (Forum) [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon VI:6 (Dec 2001) Home | Issue Contents Forum Return to the Paelo-Saturnian System Michael Bar-Ron From Jerusalem, Israel, writes: 1. Saturn I greatly appreciated Dwardu Cardona's thorough, respectful, and quality response to my previous letter,  as also his having published it in AEON. Serious and readable academic work is always a pleasure, even when I disagree with points made. I do, however, have a number of important questions on what Cardona offered. One general problem I find myself burdened with is the lack of an article that concisely tells the entire Saturnian story from beginning to end, especially one that would delineate the ...
50. Child of Saturn (Part V) [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. X No. 3 (Summer 1985) Home | Issue Contents Child of Saturn (Part V)Dwardu Cardona Copyright 1985 by Dwardu Cardona 24. Anat Our quest for the progenitor of Venus has led us from an analytical study of the Persian Anahita to the Canaanite and Carthaginian deities, Anat and Tanit.(1 ) Shall we fare better in our attempt to unmask Venus' real parent through an investigation of these deities? The case for Anat, with whom we shall commence, is straightforward enough. As Immanuel Velikovsky pointed out, a Cyprian inscription identifies Anat with the Greek Athene(2 ) who, despite Bob Forrest's contention to the ...
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