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251. An Athena Production [Books] [de Grazia books]
... retold briefly here. The saga begins with an assembly of the Gods. Athena catches her father Zeus reminiscing on the just killing of an evil man, and, taking advantage of the absence of Poseidon, reminds him that the worthy Odysseus has still not reached home, although it is the tenth year after the destruction of Troy; for seven years he has been detained by the nymph Calypso on an island. And for three years before then, he had wandered: he had sacked a town, landed among the lotus-eaters who relished an amnesia-promoting vegetable, and had been captured by a giant maneating Cyclops whom he blinded in order to escape. This proved to be unfortunate. ...
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... no italics, no sarcasm. She soon realized that I wished to have my English corrected, but not my style changed. We developed into a team. She started with Ages in Chaos and worked with me many months on it, editing and typing- while I was simultaneously filling in the footnotes and endlessly checking my sources. Then, seven months after signing the optional contract, I started to bring Miss Kuhn my Worlds in Collision. Years later Fadiman would write that Velikovsky "writes about fifty times better than his critics." I was glad that I had not listened to the advice of those who, since 1940, tried to persuade me that it would have been ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 24  -  05 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/stargazers/109-manuscript.htm
253. Thoth Vol II, No. 11: June 30, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... ground; "But the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot, and she returned unto him into the ark, for the waters were on the face of the whole earth: then he put forth his hand, and took her, and pulled her in unto him into the ark. "And he stayed yet other seven days; and again he sent forth the dove out of the ark; "And the dove came in to him in the evening; and, lo, in her mouth was an olive leaf plucked off: so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the earth. "And he stayed yet other seven days; and ...
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254. Notes and Queries [Journals] [SIS Review]
... goose of the island, i.e . Garrett Island on Lough Gur. Interestingly, there is a Jarrett Hill in Gerrards Cross, a half mile distant from the Camp. There is also a tradition of regular human sacrifice at Lough Gur. According to folklore the lough is said to claim a victim, by drowning, once every seven years. Gearaid Iarla is believed to have drowned in the lough himself and once every seven years (again) he can be seen riding the lake surface astride a great horse (his reflection). \cdrom\pubs\journals\review\v1996n2\26notes.htm ...
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... cause the earth to quake. He can "sever the great Meru from the Earth" and hurl it to any distance, He can go round the 10 points of the Earth in a moment [n12 Mbh. 1.71, Roy trans., vol. 1, p. 171.]. Vishvamitra is one of the seven stars of the Big Dipper, this at least has been found out. But each planet is represented by a star of the Wain, and vice versa, so this case does not look particularly helpful [n13 The notion of "numerous [newly appointed] stars beginning with Sravana" should enlighten us. Sravana, "the Lame ...
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256. The Dating of the El-Amarna Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... that Abdi-Hiba did not address the Pharaoh in the same way as the other vassal rulers seems to be based on an oversight: letter no. 288 begins as follows: - "To the king, my lord, my Sun-god, say: Thus, Abdu-Heba, thy servant. At the two feet of the king, my lord, seven times and seven times I fall." (12) Moreover, as John Day pointed out, the reading "Ebed-Tov" is now "universally rejected" (13). In response to Day, Martin Sieff and this writer agreed that Day's objection carried enough weight to question the identification proposed by Velikovsky (14) - instead ...
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... venir" (V . Paques, L'arbre cosmique [1964], p. 36) -the primordial star, "presented under the form of an egg that contained all the things that were to be born" (Paques, p. 47). To begin discussing the static South Pole, one might well start with the "Seven Sleepers of Ephesus," who were thought to be on board the Argo-even if this is explicitly stated only in very late Turkish tradition (16th century) particularly from Louis Massignon's article, "Notes sur les Nuages de Magellan et leur utilisation par les pilotes arabes dans l'Ocean Indien: sous le signe des VII Dormants" (Revue ...
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... to the great beyond, he summoned his successor and bade him put questions upon all points about which he felt uncertain. Conscious of his own industry and devotion, Joshua replied that he had no questions to ask, seeing that he had carefully studied the teachings of Moses. Straightway he forgot three hundred Halakot, and doubts assailed him concerning seven hundred others. The people threatened Joshua's life, because he was not able to resolve their difficulties in the law. It was vain to turn to God, for the Torah once revealed was subject to human, not to heavenly, authority. (7 ) Directly after Moses' death, God commanded Joshua to go to war, ...
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259. Jericho [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History IX:2 (July 1987) Home | Issue Contents Jericho Michael S. Sanders Jericho, The City of the Palms of the Bible, lies some seven miles west of the river Jordan, 300 meters below sea level. While the small Arab town of el Riha is unprepossessing, there is no doubt that the town of antiquity which commands the steep ascent to the highlands of the interior was a place of strategic importance to those who occupied it. Jericho had been a favorite winter resort of Herod in Roman times, but he did not build on the old town, which is clearly identifiable, and so, unlike some sites in ...
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... whether they would cut off a small member of their body, or universally perish. However, the Gileadites were so affrighted at these offers, that they had not courage to say any thing to either of them, neither that they would deliver themselves up, nor that they would fight him. But they desired that he would give them seven days' respite, that they might send ambassadors to their countrymen, and entreat their assistance; and if they came to assist them, they would fight; but if that assistance were impossible to be obtained from them, they said they would deliver themselves up to suffer whatever he pleased to inflict upon them. 2. So Nabash ...
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