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81. Saturn Moon Mystery Continues [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1996:2 (Feb 1997) Home | Issue Contents Newsgroups: sci.astro Subject: Saturn Moon Mystery Continues From: Ron Baalke, baalke@kelvln.jpl.nasagov Date: 5 Oct 1995 20:59 Al Oct 5, 1995. Press Release No.: STScI-PR95-42 Saturn Moon Mystery Continues: Could Hubble Have Discovered Shattered Satellites? Nasa's Hubble space telescope may have discovered several orbiting clumps of icy rubble that could be the remnants of recently shattered moonlets orbiting near the outer edge of Saturn's ring system. Astronomers say this could represent the discovery of a new class of ephemeral, transitional object in the solar system which provides new clues ...
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82. Venus, Mars ... and Saturn [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1998:2 (Mar 1998) Home | Issue Contents Venus, Mars .. . and Saturn by Ev Cochrane Ev Cochrane is the publisher of Aeon. He is the author of Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion as well as the forthcoming The Many Faces of Venus. Summary Velikovsky's book The Age of Saturn has never been published but researchers in the USA have continued to investigate the role of Saturn in mythology and history. This article presents a summary of their ideas, which suggest that the ringed planet was a major influence on Earth in the past. As we near the end of the millennium, ...
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83. On Comets and Kings [Journals] [Aeon]
... that Mesoamerican culture is not alone in ascribing its cultural achievements to the designs of some early ruler, one virtually indistinguishable from the gods. As the first king and culture hero of Mexican tradition Quetzalcoatl conforms to a universal archetype: that of the primeval king. There are countless examples of this figure, of which the Greek Kronos, Latin Saturn, Iranian Yima, Hebrew El, and Chinese Huang-ti are among the most familiar. As we have documented elsewhere, it is possible to identify a celestial prototype for each of these legendary figures: namely, the planet Saturn. (73) Each of these primeval kings, in fact, was identified with the planet Saturn by sources ...
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... these models onto the ancient experience. Mere physical theory allows for limitless possibilities. Hence, it is not significant that a model may "work" in a theoretical sense. The obvious prior question is: did it happen? To reiterate the general outline of our mythically-based model: at the heart of the observed planetary configuration is the stationary Saturn, remembered as the central sun and creator-king at the celestial pole. Enclosing Saturn was a spectacular band, seen as the visible dwelling (crown, temple, city, kingdom, world wheel) of the ancient sun god, and presenting earth witnesses with a brightly illuminated half-circle or crescent. Produced by reflected light from the solar orb ...
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... could we have a solar rather than a polar configuration? Charles Raspil thought a solar flare-up would lead to a lot of energy coming out of the magnetotail of the earth. This would impinge on the ionosphere, giving more visible effects. Some sort of configuration in the past may have been located at the North Pole. Perhaps it was Saturn and the other planets, or perhaps it was just some sort of magnetic field-type structure. However from time to time right up to the present century, if you look at the Charles Fort material, these strange objects have been entering the Earth's atmosphere. Perhaps even now some UFO phenomena could be explained by them as well. There ...
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86. The Rites Of Moloch [Journals] [Kronos]
... ) since, in his scheme, the Israelites were supposedly set free from Egyptian bondage by the intervention of a close Venerian approach. It would therefore have been understandable had the Israelites carried an image of the Venerian star in their subsequent wandering through the desert. As Martin Sieff correctly informed us, however, Chiun was the Assyrian name for Saturn, the same as the very Hebrew Khivan (or Kewan).(41) So also David Talbott.(42) The question Velikovskian scholars should now ask is: What were the Israelites doing running about the desert with the image of the Saturnian star in their tabernacle? X So much for Chiun - but what about Moloch ...
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87. The Beginning of Time [Journals] [Aeon]
... "The Evolution of the Cosmic Egg," (2 ) the Satapatha Brahmana informs us that while the cosmic egg "floated about for as long as the space of a year," the year, in actuality, "was not then in existence." (3 ) Thus, in the Ugaritic pantheon, El, who was Saturn, "the creator of created things," was also called "the father of the years." (4 ) Not only the year, but time itself was not. As the Malay Charmbook, in its inimitable mixture of Muslim and pagan doctrines, has it stated: In the days when Haze bore Darkness, and Darkness ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 190  -  30 Jul 2008  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/aeon/vol0305/071time.htm
88. The Ship of Heaven [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon I:3 (1988) Home | Issue Contents The Ship of Heaven David Talbott This is a follow-up article to my earlier "Reconstructing the Saturn Myth" and "On Testing the Polar Configuration" (AEON I: 1-2). It is assumed that readers have read these articles and are familiar with the general context of the theory discussed in the following pages. Introduction Figure 1. The Polar Configuration In two previous essays, I have outlined a theory of the Saturnian age, claiming that only a few thousand years ago (some time before the dawn of civilization) the Earth participated in a planetary system unlike anything known today. Though all of ...
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89. Ejections, Resonances, and Inversions [Journals] [Kronos]
... Rose; Raymond C. Vaughan.) The title of one of my current KRONOS serializations - "Child of Saturn'(1 ) - seems to have given some of my readers a false impression. I first noticed this in the pages of the SIS Workshop where the editor added a footnote to one of Hugh Eggleton's papers - "Did Saturn Explode Twice?".(2 ) In reference to Eggleton's statement that "Venus was undoubtedly born of Jupiter," the editor appended the words: "But see Dwardu Cardona's Child of Saturn' . . . for an alternative origin of Venus."(3 ) This misconception next appeared in the CSISN where Ian Johnson, ...
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90. Vishnu Born Of Shiva [Journals] [Kronos]
... answer to that was: "I never doubted that Shiva personified the planet Jupiter and in Vishnu's case, I continue to keep an open mind."(7 ) My reaffirmation of Shiva's identity as Jupiter, however, was just as erroneous as Velikovsky's. Today I would retract that for, as I have shown in "Child of Saturn',(8 ) Vishnu and Shiva were both aspects of the planet Saturn. What, then, of Vishnu's alleged birth from Shiva? As it turned out, Velikovsky's failure to locate his source was on a par with mine. When I presented "Child of Saturn" at the 1981 Princeton Seminar - "The Velikovsky Challenge ...
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