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101. Editor's Page [Journals] [Aeon]
... Jupiter. If a comet can plow into a nearby member of the Solar System, another one could just as easily collide with Earth. All of a sudden there is a flurry of activity among astronomers centered on the detection, and possible elimination, of Earth-crossing objects, while geologists have gone wild in their attempt to discover previously unrecognized impact scars in our terrestrial terrain. Historians are pouring over historical, pseudo-historical, and mytho-historical documents in the hope of discovering records of possible past impacts, while archaeologists are re-sifting the dust of ages to see what they might have missed among the scattered ruins of past civilizations that might be interpreted as cometary, or asteroidal, destruction. At this ...
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102. Context for Reconstruction [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2001:2 (Sep 2001) Home | Issue Contents Context for Reconstruction MICHAEL ARMSTRONG followed. He's studied the Saturn theory for some 25 years, and was aiming to pull together the themes from the conference towards an intersection, combining "The Saturn Model Reconstruction", with psychological and physical scarring, with a spiritually fragmented "Cacophony of Confusion". Michael told us that the Big Bang was under attack, as is the Universal Gravitation Constant, and a fixed upper limit for the speed of light. And that fundamentalists elevate ancient myths to a god-like status, similar to scientists whose theories are elevated to a dogmatic cosmic view. Michael thought ...
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103. The Floor Of The Seas. Ch.7 Deserts And Oceans (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... the bottom of the Atlantic with its Ridge, and the lava bottom of the Pacific. With many other places in various parts of the world we shall deal in some detail in the pages that follow; but we shall not exhaust the list, for there is not a meridian of longitude or a degree of latitude that does not show scars of repeated upheavals. Notes. 1. Pettersson, in advance of the detailed report of the expedition, gave a popular account in an article entitled "Exploring the Ocean Floor," Scientific American, August 1950. 2.Pettersson, "Chronology of the Deep Ocean Bed," Tellus (Quarterly Journal of Geophysics), I ...
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104. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... work." Unfortunately that work was never published. Bombarded Earth has many interesting photographs and diagrams. Maps are included, showing sites of possible meteoritic impacts, some of which are of enormous diameter. These are generally confirmed by the world map adorned with many circles which is in the New Scientist article, "Astrons - the Earth's oldest scars?" by J. Norman et al. (24 March 1977, p. 692).* The enormous "fossil" craters, or astrons, detected by J. Norman and other geologists at Imperial College, London, during the late 1970s. By comparison the range of craters presented by René Gallant in 1964 as evidence ...
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105. Electric Universe [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Sedimentary layers are found even on the Moon, Mars and asteroids, perhaps from the material ejected by stars. The proto-Saturn system could have its origin outside our Solar System. It approaches the ecliptic, and as it encounters the Sun's electrical environment, the proto-Saturn system destablises, and it breaks apart. The Grand Canyon looks like an electrical scar (See Back Cover). Universal energy is electrical, and if there are particles whose speed is greater than light, then we are part of a holistic universe. [See also Wal's Web site:] ...
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106. The Love Affair as the Mask of Tragedy [Books] [de Grazia books]
... happened fast. As Venus withdrew, Mars speeded away in a new orbit to the Northwest, propelled by the planets Earth and Venus, and the Moon, violently abused, flew Southwest where all smoke and fires were quickly quenched and she emerged soon, appearing as round and golden as she did before but she now carries new pocks and scars. The character of the Moon is unchanged. The Gods are uncontrollable; we must not offend them; we must not pretend to be like them; but we cannot help but sing and dance about them. It is one of the few things we can do to prevent our utter destruction in the future and suppress our intolerable memories ...
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107. Untitled [Journals]
... Windsor: Organization of the Solar System, Part II: A Galactic Capture Hypothesis [Aeon Vol0105] Patten, Donald W., and Samuel R Windsor: Clashing Magnetic Fields [Aeon Vol0203] Patten, Donald W., and Samuel B. Windsor: Organization of the Solar System [Aeon Vol0104] Patten, Donald W.: Scars of Mars - I [Kronos Vol1003] Patten, Donald W.: Scars of Mars - II [Kronos Vol1101] Peiser, Benny: Greek History Begins in the Sixth Century B.c . [Aeon Vol0203] Peiser, Benny J.: Homeric Question [Review V1996n1] Peiser, Benny Josef: Catastrophism and Anthropology [ ...
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108. Introduction C&AH 3rd Proceedings [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Genealogy of the Hammurabi Dynasty, and the Greater Amorite' Tradition" .. 49.95 Doroth Kenny, "A Celtic Destruction Myth: Togail Bruidne Da Derga" .. 49.95 Donovan A. Courville, "On the Survival of Velikovsky's Thesis in Ages in Chaos" .. 49.95 Donald Patten, "The Scars of Mars" .. 49.95 (Available in both VHS and Beta) ...
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109. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... shows that the key to a true understanding of our universe and the recent history of the solar system comes from acknowledging simple electrical interactions between all matter in the universe. The result is an astounding concordance between ancient testimony of planets battling in the sky with thunderbolts, and modern plasma physics. Proof of the thesis comes from the unique electrical scars of battle seen on the surfaces of those planets. The result is a glimpse of the exciting new science of the third millenium'. To order by email contact: The cost is $44. Also new from RED: Mass Extinctions' Four Part Video Series CD-ROM (Mac/WIN95/WIN3 ...
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... fateful event, we are told: "A towering primordial fire, hotter than the interior of a star, splits the sky in two and sears the landscape below for more than 30 miles. "Then the great fire is gone, leaving behind only a massive column of black clouds that will remain for days in the atmosphere and a scarred, shattered taiga that will forever hide its secret." But for whatever secrets are hidden in the Siberian Steppes, we are not left free from conjecture, for in the penultimate conclusion we are asked momentarily to consider that we have been visited. But with a sobering measure of skepticism, one might equally consider that nature has shown ...
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