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51. Child of Saturn (Part IV) [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VIII No. 4 (Summer 1983) Home | Issue Contents Child of Saturn (Part IV)Dwardu Cardona Copyright (c ) 1983 by Dwardu Cardona 21. Mit(h )ra(s ) It has long been assumed that the Aryans originally came from that part of the world which today is southern Russia. From there they spread out in several directions. Some of them migrated to the country of the Mitanni where they were eventually absorbed by the native population. The rest continued to move, in successive waves, eastward across the steppes. There they separated and proceeded to found their two great nations: Media (later Persia, ...
52. Maya Cosmos: A Saturnian Interpretation (Part II) [Journals] [Aeon]
... the extensive study of three dedicated comparative mythologists: Dwardu Cardona, Ev Cochrane, and David Talbott. Their many years of research have led to some commonly accepted ideas about the nature of the world in man's prehistoric past. According to this scenario, man's earliest memories go back to a time of darkness and passive sameness during which the planet Saturn hung immobile in Earth's boreal sky. [2 ] This condition changed dramatically with the shedding of light due to Saturn's primordial flare-up. [3 ] Primitive man had no way of knowing what planets were, only that they were ominous entities- later called gods- bent on performing magical events. These first and foremost gods manifested themselves ...
53. From Myth to a Physical Model [Journals] [Aeon]
... the world. In the later festive moment of sunrise, the symbolic Sun wore the mythical dress of the original supreme luminary. And it could not do so without carrying the name of the creator-king. Extension of the language and symbolism of the gods was inevitable. It is only because this happened in more than one land that the planet Saturn could be called the primeval, archetypal sun god, the true sun, the best sun, etc. Had the Sun rising over the eastern mountain not become a symbol of the original supreme luminary, there would be no confusion of "sun" and Saturn in the ancient languages. But there is such a confusion, it is ...
54. The Lord Of Light [Journals] [Aeon]
... Home | Issue Contents The Lord Of Light Lewis M. Greenberg See note * below. Allah is the light of the heavens and earth. His light is a niche in which is a lamp, and the lamp is as in a glass, the glass is as though it were a glittering star.- Qoran 24:35. Saturn was the only god who was said to have been born; who lived on Earth among men, preaching and teaching; who died; was buried; who descended to the netherworld; who rose from the dead and eventually ascended into heaven. If the tale sounds familiar, you now know its origin.- Dwardu Cardona, San ...
55. A RENAISSANCE SATURN [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon IV:3 (Dec 1995) Home | Issue Contents A Renaissance Saturn Maureen Pelta The opening decades of the sixteenth-century witnessed a tremendous upheaval in Italian cultural and political life. All roads led once again to Rome, as theologians, statesmen, literary men and artists of every kind converged on the eternal city, seeking employment from a papal court which had begun to assert its authority as a temporal power. The Emilian city of Parma, desirable both for its strategic location in northern Italy and its agricultural abundance, possessed undeniable military attractions for papal policy-makers of the period. Although it is perhaps not surprising to discover that these years coincided with some of the ...
56. Saturn and the Flood: The Ice-Core Evidence [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon V:2 (Apr 1998) Home | Issue Contents Saturn and the Flood: The Ice-Core Evidence Sean Mewhinney * This paper was first published as "Saturn and the Flood," Appendix II to S. Mewhinney, Ice Cores and Common Sense (private publication, 1989), and reprinted in Catastrophism and Ancient History XII:1 (January 1990), pp. 28-32. This slightly edited version is being republished here because of its relevance to the Saturn theory which has been, and continues to be, discussed in the pages of this periodical. Ed. The Venus and Mars catastrophes described in Worlds in Collision were only the latest in a ...
57. Response to Slabinski [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon III:6 (Dec 1994) Home | Issue Contents Response to Slabinski Robert Grubaugh The principal feature of the proposed Polar Configuration model as described in AEON III:3 is that the line-up or "stack" of planets, Saturn, Venus, Mars, and Earth orbit the planet Jupiter synchronously with Jupiter's orbit around the Sun. The distances between the planets and the distance between Jupiter and the Sun were calculated on the basis of equilibrium of the gravitational and "centrifugal" forces consistent with the selected synchronous condition. In the mathematically-defined configuration, the angular velocity of each of the planets revolving in the Jovian system is equal, so they do not depart ...
58. The Saturn Thesis: Questions and Answers [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon III:6 (Dec 1994) Home | Issue Contents The Saturn Thesis: Questions and Answers David Talbott Author of The Saturn Myth INTRODUCTION Why should we care about myth? I think there's a very good reason to care about myth, even though myth as a whole may seem to speak a language too obscure for rational, feet-on-the-ground folk. Myth is, I believe, a window to early human history, a more intensely dramatic period than we've realized. The myths have their roots in a time of celestial catastrophe, and more often than not the appearance of confusion results from viewing myth as something other than what it is. In the course of ...
59. Child of Saturn (Part VI) [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. XI No. 1 (Fall 1985) Home | Issue Contents Child of Saturn (Part VI)Dwardu Cardona Copyright (c ) 1985 by Dwardu Cardona 28. Lux Divina Our quest for the progenitor of Venus has led us to the conclusion that not only was the goddess considered to have been Saturn's daughter but also his sister, wife, and mother. The goddesses Anat and Tanit, whom we last examined,(1 ) are not the only examples of these conflicting familial ties. Those who have been following this serialization might remember that aspects of the Indic Mahadevi, whom Artur Isenberg had earlier identified as Venus,(2 ) were ...
60. Sirius and Saturn [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2000:1 "Proceedings of the SIS Silver Jubilee Event" Home | Issue Contents Sirius and Saturn by Lynn E. Rose Lynn F. Rose received both his BA in Ancient History and Classical Languages (majoring in Greek) and his MA in Philosophy from Ohio State University. He received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania. He taught ancient philosophy for 35 years at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he is now Emeritus Professor of Philosophy. He has published two books: Aristotle's Syllogistic (1969) and Sun, Moon, and Soth is: A Study of Calendars and Calendar Reforms in Ancient ...
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