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... atmospheric carbon oxides. 40. W. K. Kuong, "The Synthesis of Manna," Pensee (Winter, 1973), 45-46. 41. Venus has only traces of nitrogen. Ammonia may be the source of nitrogen or a non-nitrogen reaction may predominate in its absence. 42. I. Velikovsky. "Are the Moon's Scars Only 3000 Years Old?," New York Times, early city ed. (July 21, 1969). Reprinted in Pensee (May, 1972), 14. 43. F. Begemann, et al, Proceedings of the Third Lunar Science Conference, 2 (M .I .T . Press, 1972), ...
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... et cratre mtoritiques" in Encyclopedie de la Pliade, vol. 31: Geologie vol. 1 , pp. 287-330, (Paris, Gallimard, 1972). [99] Nice-Matin , 19/10/1972. [100] . J. Norman, N. Price and M. Chukwu-Ike, "Astrons - the Earth's oldest scars?", New Scientist , 24/3 /1977, 689-692. [101] letter to Greenslade, dated 12/12/1977. [102] . J.M . Saul, "Circular structures of large scale and great age on the Earth's surface", Nature , 1978, 271 :345-9. [103 ...
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... the Precession could be imagined to have taken its start. This would have been when the vernal equinoctial sun left its position in Gemini in the Milky Way. When it was realized the sun had been there once, the idea occurred that the Milky Way might mark the abandoned track of the sun-a burnt-out area, as it were, a scar in heaven. Decisive notions have to be styled more carefully, however: so let us say that the Milky Way was a reference "point" from which the Precession could be termed to have taken its start, and that the idea which occurred was not that the Milky Way might mark the abandoned track of the sun, but ...
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... occurred without having had a significant impact upon the physiognomy and chemistry of the red planet. Notable immediately is the fact that the surface of Mars is criss-crossed with countless "rivulets" indicative of having recently been subjected to substantial quantities of water. (185) The conclusion to be drawn from an analysis of ancient mythology is that the unique scarred physiognomy of Mars is of recent origin. References 1. E. Cochrane, "Heracles and the Planet Mars," AEON I:4 (1988), pp. 89-105. 2. To be distinguished from other heroes, such as the flood-hero or first king, for example. For a discussion of the latter figures see ...
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... of either Neptune or Poseidon. " We passed a temple," writes Mr. Consul Bourne, "containing a horrid image seated on a white ox, with a sash composed of human heads round its breast, and armed with a trident and bell. It had six arms covered with snakes, and three faces, with the usual scar in the middle of the forehead replaced by an Eye. An intelligent native told us it was the local god." I draw attention here not only to the trident but to the bell, and also to the Eye and to the three faces and six arms which denote a triad of deities in one. All these points are ...
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... a sudden disaster occured on Mars..." Nevertheless, is there evidence that shows that the features of Mars were produced by violent forces quite recently? Martian asymmetry and mascons And, in fact, it is very easy to demonstrate that Mars has recently been devastated by a planet wide catastrophe. Let us once again assume that the scars and markings on Mars are ancient as Sagan has informed us. According to the scientific estimates, the craters in the southerly hemisphere of Mars are at least 3 billion years old and perhaps older. However, Mars has a small atmosphere which during it northern hemispheric winter season of 6 months often produces dust storms for 3 to 6 of ...
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... were suspended or changed supernaturally. By contrast, Juergens proposed that a natural process, a change in Earth's electric potential, might alter decay rates. In an earlier article [13] Juergens rehearsed Velikovsky's thesis of:'?Territorial disputes that .. . brought Venus, Mars, the earth, and the moon into repeated conflicts, scarring all of them to varying degrees'. He then showed that many surface features on the moon and Mars might be explained in terms of cosmic electrical discharges involving these two bodies. His 1977 paper asks: Might we not imagine that new polonium (and uranium, too, for that matter) was created on Earth, and in ...
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... cries out to the sovereign of the gods for mercy. She refers to the burdens of the crops she annually bears; the wounds of the crooked plough and the barrow, which she voluntarily endures; and she calls on mighty Jove to put an end to the conflagration. And he does so. The rest of the world has been scarred and seared with the fire, but he spares and saves this island-land, this agricultural, civilized land, this land of the Tritons and Atlas; this "island of the innocent" of Job. And when the terrible convulsion was over, and the rash Phaëton dead and buried, Jove repairs, with especial care, " his ...
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... all. It is a part of an allegorical creation epic, being an attempt to explain the presence in nature of both good' and evil' characteristics. The evil' is seen as being introduced into nature via an onslaught of evil forces on a good creation. The good survives, and will ultimately triumph but it still retains the scars of the battle. Corresponding to the six classes of creation (sky, water, earth, plant, animal, man): we have a six- fold attack by the forces of evil, and this is where V's catastrophes come from. The shattered sky and V's "war between the stars and the planets" (WIC ...
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250. In Search of the Exodus [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Velikovsky (Ages in Chaos, 270), Mesha did not invade the land of Israel- the "great indignation" was apparently an earthquake. 40. Worlds in Collision, 51-56. 41. Worlds in Collision, 229. 42. Patten, Steinhauer, Hatch, The Long Day of Joshua; see also Patten, "The Scars of Mars," C&AH, VI-2; also "A Comprehensive Theory of Aging, Gigantism, and Longevity," C&AH, II-I. 43. Stone circles and standing stones, rings, and similar megalithic structures are oriented to the sun, perhaps in an architectural manner, as in numerous sacred buildings such as ...
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