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... , redactor, editor, or compiler. Unfortunately the name of John occurs so frequently among the leaders and teachers of the early Christian community that we are unable to establish his identity. He must have been a man of travel and education, and a person of authority, because of the form and tenor of the `Letters to the Seven Churches'. Because the redactor addresses his first letter to Ephesus, and also because tradition connects him with this town, he may well have been an Ephesian by birth or residence. As there are only few and remote similarities between the Book of Revelation and the Gospel according to John as well as the Joannine Epistles, John of ...
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242. Sicily, Carthage, and the Fall of Troy [Journals] [Kronos]
... , Rome's defeat of Carthage after the exhausting Punic wars of the third, and Carthage's destruction in the second. Carthage had been the focus of a Phoenician presence in the West for many hundreds of years, before it was leveled to the ground by the Romans in 146 B.C . The Roman historian Appian gave a round figure of seven centuries for Carthage's existence, which would imply a date for its founding about the middle of the ninth century. Timaeus, the Greek chronographer, gave the year 814 B.C . as the date of Carthage's founding(1 ) by Dido or Elissa, who had fled with a group of followers from the hands of her murderous ...
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... this manner: He brought a heifer that had never been used to the plough or to husbandry, that was complete in all its parts, and entirely of a red color, at a little distance from the camp, into a place perfectly clean. This heifer was slain by the high priest, and her blood sprinkled with his finger seven times before the tabernacle of God; after this, the entire heifer was burnt in that state, together with its skin and entrails; and they threw cedar-wood, and hyssop, and scarlet wool, into the midst of the fire; then a clean man gathered all her ashes together, and laid them in a place perfectly clean ...
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... to me to be incorrect. If Velikovsky saw a reference to a Brahman chart that put the celestial equator within a few degrees of the zenith of, say, Calcutta, that would have been more than sufficient for his purposes. And who can say for sure that Velikovsky did not ever see such a reference? The explanation in paragraph seven is then unnecessary; it is but unsupported speculation in any case. - LER] To the Editor of KRONOS: The following are a few comments on Sean Mewhinney's article "On The Year -687' ". Since mention was made of de Mailla's Sung Dynasty compilation of Chinese history, the Tong-Kien-Kang-Mou (KRONOS VI:4 , p ...
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245. A Fire not Blown [Books]
... criminals, e.g . Skiron and Procrustes who robbed and killed travellers. Aegeus and Medea ordered him to catch the Marathonian bull. This fierce animal had been brought to Greece from Crete by Herakles. King Minos of Crete had a son, Androgeos. Androgeos was killed on Attic territory, so Minos exacted a three yearly tribute of seven Athenian youths and as many girls. The Athenian youths and girls were sacrificed to a monster, the Minotaur, the offspring of Pasiphae, wife of Minos, and a bull, in the labyrinth at Knosos. Q-CD vol. 13, A Fire Not Blown, Ch. 1: The Story 12 Theseus determined to kill the monster ...
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... , fire, a fire issuing from each and consuming the other.[48] ADAM AND EVE IN PARADISE The Garden of Eden was the abode of the first man and woman, and the souls of all men must pass through it after death, before they reach their final destination. For the souls of the departed must go through seven portals before they arrive in the heaven Arabot. There the souls of the pious are transformed into angels, and there they remain forever, praising God and feasting their sight upon the glory of the Shekinah. The first portal is the Cave of Machpelah, in the vicinity of Paradise, which is under the care and supervision of Adam ...
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247. The Atlantis Blueprint [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Stone balls of Costa Rica - ley lines - ancient Japanese pottery in America - David Kelley and the Mayan calendar - trans-Pacific voyagers - James Bailey and ancient mining operations - Chatelain and the amazing Ninevah number - Jane Sellers on Egyptian precession - John Lash on the Dendera zodiac - Homo erectus crosses the sea - when did civilisation begin? Chapter Seven: Fallen Angels. Enoch is abducted - James Bruce seeks the source of the Nile - the Ark of the Covenant - The Book of Enoch - Watchers - Angels with measuring cords - The O'Briens write The Genius of the Few - ancient geological survey - The Shining Ones - the Kharsag Saga - Uriel's Machine as a seismic device - ...
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... cycle is understood we can see that it corresponds very well with major changes in history including the fall of Sumeria around 2200 BC. I was most fascinated by the manner in which Victor linked this cycle with the calendrical system presented in the Dead Sea Scrolls found in 1947. It revolves around a 364-day year broken up into 52 weeks of seven days, with a leap week every seven years. Victor pointed out that the accuracy of this calendar was remarkable, showing that their knowledge of the solar year was exactly the same as ours. More curiously, the writers of the scrolls claimed that knowledge of their calendrical system had been passed down through countless generations and came originally from ...
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249. CANEPA: BOOK REVIEW [Journals] [Aeon]
... minor planets may be decayed comets. Thus, from page 325, we learn that: The possibility that lunar size bodies might have originally played a significant role in the formation of the solar system seems first to have been put forward in recent years by Urey (1972), and it is an interesting coincidence that there are at least seven known bodies with diameters of this order: the Moon (3472 km), Io (3630 km), Europa (3138 km), Triton (3800 km), and the rocky cores of Ganymede (3700 200 km), Callisto (3200 200 km) and Pluto (3000 500 km). That a large population ...
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... of 27 November 1872, to convince most of the scientific world of the cosmic nature of stones of heaven. More than a hundred `shooting stars' per minute were observed that night. Astronomers were looking for the comet Biela. This comet was discovered in 1826. Until 1846, the comet behaved as calculated: it appeared regularly every seven years. In 1846, instead of one comet, the astronomers found two smaller comets travelling in parallel orbits: the comet had split into two. Seven years later, in 1853, the `twin comets' appeared again, but at a distance from the Earth eight times as great as in 1846. They were never afterwards seen ...
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