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211. The Rise of Blood Sacrifice [Journals] [Aeon]
... to destroy my people?! No sooner have I given birth to my dear people than they fill the sea like so many fish! ' The gods- those of the Anunnaki- were weeping with her, the gods humbly sat weeping, sobbing with grief (? ), their lips burning, parched with thirst. Six days and seven nights came the wind and flood, the storm flattening the land. When the seventh day arrived, the storm was pounding, the flood was a war- struggling with itself like a woman writhing (in labor)." (35) Another hymn may suffice to illustrate the catastrophic prominence of Ishtar in ancient Mesopotamia: "Proud ...
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212. Tiahuanacu In The Andes. Ch.6 Mountains And Rifts (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... Tiahuanacu had been built; the lakes were dragged up, and the Altiplano and the entire chain of the Andes rose to their present height. The ancient stronghold of Ollantaytambo in Peru is built on top of an elevation; it is constructed of blocks of stone twelve to eighteen feet high. "These Cyclopean stones were hewn from the quarry seven miles away. . . . How the stones were carried down to the river in the valley, shipped on rafts, and carried up to the site of the fortress remains a mystery archaeologists cannot solve."13 Another fortress or monastery, Ollantaypambo, in the Urubamba Valley in Peru, northwest of Lake Titicaca, "perches upon ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  03 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/earth/06d-tiahuanacu.htm
... of Scotland, as are discovered nowhere else except in ancient Assyrian monuments, and it is evident from the description of Josephus that he refers to zodiacs, while he names the Sethites as their inventors. He has more to say of this particular caste of some significance. Seth, their founder, was a virtuous man and his sons for seven generations inherited his character, but in process of time they became perverted and forsook the practices of their forefathers in the paying of homage to God or in practising justice towards men. They begat sons who "made God their enemy", were "despisers of all that was good", trusting to their own strength and resembling " ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/britain/109-astro.htm
... general of the Babylonian king now overthrew the city to the very foundations, and removed all the people, and took for prisoners the high priest Seraiah, and Zephaniah the priest that was next to him, and the rulers that guarded the temple, who were three in number, and the eunuch who was over the armed men, and seven friends of Zedekiah, and his scribe, and sixty other rulers; all which, together with the vessels which they had pillaged, he carried to the king of Babylon to Riblah, a city of Syria. So the king commanded the heads of the high priest and of the rulers to be cut off there; but he himself ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  31 Jan 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/josephus/ant-10.htm
... . Forrest's fourth volume came into my hands when my article was already on the editor's desk but I read it before my article was in print. I realized then what Forrest had done. Organizing his series of books by source material rather than by subject matter, he managed to separate Velikovsky's evidence on every topic and scatter it pell-mell over seven volumes in three years. Thus the unity of Velikovsky's argument was broken and the weight of his evidence dispersed. Whether this was done through design or not, it turned out to be a neat trick. Forrest's work. if nothing else, appears persuasive - but only to those who are ignorant of Velikovsky's method. What if critics ...
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216. The Ice Age and the Antiquity of Man, Prologue Ch.2 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... the glacier became lakes. In the last two hundred years Niagara Falls has retreated from Lake Ontario toward Lake Erie at the rate of five feet annually, washing down the rocks of the bed of the falls.(2 ) If this process has been going on at the same rate since the end of the last glacial period, about seven thousand years were needed to move Niagara Falls from the mouth of the gorge at Queenston to its present position. The assumption that the quantity of water moving through the gorge has been uniform since the end of the Ice Age is the basis of this calculation, and therefore, it was concluded, seven thousand years may constitute "the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  03 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/worlds/0024-antiquities.htm
217. Science Frontiers 1977-1978 [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... . The cloud is only 100-200 m thick but very long and straight, extending from one horizon to the other. (One pilot followed it for 120 km without finding its end.) Sometimes as low as 50 m, the Morning Glory brings squalllike winds but rarely more than a fine mist. Double Morning Glories are not uncommon. Seven were once reported. Oriented NNW to SSE in the main, they advance east-to-west low and fast (30-70 mph). Convincing explanations are wanting. One meteorologist has proposed that the Morning Glory is a "propagating undular hydraulic jump". (Neal, A. B., et al; "The Morning Glory", Weather ...
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218. The Mosaic Calendar [Journals] [Aeon]
... Calendar Preparation." The problem is that none of them are the case. Or, at the very least, if Aitchison wants to claim them to be the case, he is obligated to do so prior to using them as premises. Aitchison also claims that: "it is possible to identify twenty-one Sabbath days that are equally spaced seven days apart." [12] A number of these, however, are deductions (based on what we never find out), while all of the others are misreadings of the text. A festival is not a Sabbath in the sense he means. Basically, in claiming that Passover started on a Sabbath and that each of ...
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... . But the appellation "Thebes of many chariots" (Antigone, line 149) must have been associated in the Greek mind with the Egyptian Thebes: in Homer, Achilles speaks of the hundred-gated Thebes as a city of many chariots, two hundred to each gate.9 In Euripides, one of the gates where the combats of the Seven against Thebes took place is called the Ogygian port (gate).10 The time of Ogygus was much earlier than that of Cadmus and the foundation of the city. And scholars think that this gate, though named as the chief among the city gates, was an invention of the creator of the Theban epic.11 On the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  04 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/oedipus/209-trails.htm
... visions of my dreams foreshow; and I desire thee to suppress nothing out of fear, nor to flatter me with lying words, or with what may please me, although the truth should be of a melancholy nature. For it seemed to me that, as I walked by the river, I saw kine fat and very large, seven in number, going from the river to the marshes; and other kine of the same number like them, met them out of the marshes, exceeding lean and ill-favored, which ate up the fat and the large kine, and yet were no better than before, and not less miserably pinched with famine. After I had seen ...
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