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... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History IX:1 (Jan 1987) Home | Issue Contents A Seven Year Famine in the Reign of King Djoser with Other Parallels between Imhotep and Joseph Tom Chetwynd Editor's Note: Ten years ago most scholars tried to date Joseph in the time of the Hyksos. A few pioneers like Donovan Courville suggested the Middle Kingdom as the setting for the story of Joseph which is the present author's opinion. Chetwynd attempts to stretch Joseph back to the Old Kingdom. This is an important problem; in future issues as we date Shishak, Moses, and Abraham we will also date Joseph more closely. The Famine This remarkable text [see Bibliography] describes ...
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... and which so many eminent divines have undertaken to find and expound, are quite independent of the splendour of those tremendous cosmic and terrestrial events which make this book unique. These descriptions are left over after the theologian has taken out all the grains of spiritual gold. The characteristic bulk of the Book of Revelation remains un-revealed, sealed not with seven seals, but with seventy times as many. From this failure to withdraw the veil from the Apocalypse, it has been concluded that its central theme does not fall into the realm of religion at all. Moreover history is nonplussed by it, geology and geography find no reasonable approach, astronomy declares its cosmic pictures to be fancy. ...
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... of the high priest might refer to the twelve zodiacal constellations. Philo Judaeus, of about the same time, associated the latter with the stars of Joseph's dream ; the modern poet Johann Christoph Friedrich Schiller, in Die Piccolomini, thus alluding to the ancient opinion as to its sacred character Twelve! twelve signs hath the zodiac, five and seven, The holy numbers include themselves in twelve; while Smyth wrote - The allegorical images of Jacob's blessing have been identified by several writers with the signs of the Via Solis, whence God, as bow-man, becomes Sagittarius. Hebrew antiquaries have long recognized Enoch as inventor of the Dodecatemory divisions; and both Berosus [Berossus as now written ...
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... and Characters from the Creation to Jacob THE CREATION OF THE WORLD THE FIRST THINGS CREATED THE ALPHABET THE FIRST DAY THE SECOND DAY THE THIRD DAY THE FOURTH DAY THE FIFTH DAY THE SIXTH DAY ALL THINGS PRAISE THE LORD THE CREATION OF THE WORLD THE FIRST THINGS CREATED In the beginning, two thousand years before the heaven and the earth, seven things were created: the Torah written with black fire on white fire, and lying in the lap of God; the Divine Throne, erected in the heaven which later was over the heads of the Hayyot; Paradise on the right side of God, Hell on the left side; the Celestial Sanctuary directly in front of God, ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 160  -  05 Jan 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/legends/vol1/one.html
15. Joseph and Imhotep [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History XIII:2 (July 1991) Home | Issue Contents Joseph and Imhotep John W. Hand Abstract Egyptian and Hebrew literature both refer to a period when the Nile River did not come for seven years causing famine in the land of Egypt. The two accounts have many common elements. They are also related in time. The viziers at the time, Joseph in the Hebrew record and Imhotep in the Egyptian story have so much in common that they must be one and the same person. Seven Lean Years Egypt depends upon the Nile today as it did yesterday for water to irrigate its crops which provides its livelihood. In addition, the ...
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... Lord's Day, and heard behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet, (11) Saying; I am Alpha and Omega ,the first and last: and what thou seest, write in a book .. . (12) And I turned to see the voice that spake with me. And being turned I saw seven gold candlesticks; (13) And in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man clothed with a garment down to the foot and girt. . . with a golden girdle. (14) His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes were as aflame ...
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... thus made, and to proceed in the work of creation until all was complete. Having done this, they returned to their place above, and paid no further attention to the world they had created. Of their place above no one has any knowledge except themselves. "It was by others declared that the supreme creators, having in seven days created the sun and moon, and given form to the earth, returned to their own abode on high, where they remain in entire rest, leaving the sun and moon to finish and to rule the world, about which they gave themselves no further concern, Hence whenever the beIleves in this system offer a prayer to their ...
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18. The Pleiades in Aboriginal Mythology [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... and ice to the Clarence Basin and caused annihilation of the population. It goes on to relate that after the return of their sister, the Pleiades returned to the east and asked the Sun to melt the ice.(2 ) In Aboriginal mythology there are many stories of the Pleiades: they are given female attributes and are known as seven sisters. In this there is a pronounced similarity to legends from all over the world: "Those stars are only apparently six (for the seventh is sometimes so dim as to be invisible), yet all the world over, among civilized and savage races, in Europe, in India, China, Japan, America, and ...
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19. Pluto's Rank Again - Needs Changing... [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... victim to what this author calls the "bibbu boo-boo." There is considerable reason to suspect that the majority of our planet's namesakes were comets- probably of the Encke family. For instance, we can read from W.M . O'Neil (1975): "The word planet comes from the Greek planetes, the wanderers; these seven celestial bodies moved among the fixed stars. The Babylonians had a more picturesque name bibbu, the wild sheep, as these bodies broke through the fixed formation in which the tame sheep crossed the sky." To call into question Greek continuity of planet identity I refer to Leonardo Taran's work on the "Pseudo-Platonic" Epinomis (1975) ...
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... , pp. 374f. See also K. Simrock, Der ungenahte Rock oder Konig Orendel (1845), p. ix.]: He suffers shipwreck on a voyage, takes shelter with a master fisherman Eisen [n2 Also written Ise or Eise, and derived from Isis, by Simrock; considering that the fisherman's modest home has seven towers, with 800 fishermen as his servants, Ise/ Eisen looks more like the Fisher King of Arthurian Romances.], earns the seamless coat of his master, and afterwards wins frau Breide, the fairest of women: king Eigel of Trier was his father's name. The whole tissue of the fable puts one in mind of ...
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