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... accompanied by a rain of gravel, tetzontli (basalt) boiled, and red rocks, perhaps the red crag or red sandstone, were formed. The Abbé Brasseur was decided that this event was a world catastrophe: " It presents in reality," he says, "the account of the cataclysm which upset the world some six or seven thousand years ago and constituted the continents in their actual state." ** * Abbé Brasseur de Bombourg's "Popol-Vuh." ** " Quatre Lettres sur le Mexique." EFFECT OF DRIFT INSTANTANEOUS 180. The comet's impact- the Drift- was instantaneous in its effects. Over the vast area affected the evolution of animal and vegetable life ...
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272. The Ark in Action [Books] [de Grazia books]
... , according to an advertisement of March 7, 1765, one might attend lectures at David Mason's house, learning there: That the Electric Fire is a real Element, -That our Bodies at all times contain enough of it to set a House on Fire, -That this Fire will live in Water, -A Representation of the Seven Planets, showing a probable Cause of their keeping their due Distances from each other, and the Sun in the Center...[1 ] Until the 17th century, "experiment (what little of it there was) belonged to natural magic, '. .. "[ 2 ] Then, three thousand years after Moses ...
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273. Metallurgy and Chronology [Journals] [Pensee]
... different kinds is labeled in terms of metal periods, e.g ., ceramics of Late Bronze Ia or Early Iron IIb, and so on. We have already seen the confusion that underlies the division of ceramic ages. Here we intend to examine briefly the metal ages and their bearing on chronology. By bringing Egyptian history six or seven centuries closer to our time, do we not cause a displacement of the metal ages? A sailing vessel takes only two or three days to bring cargo from Egypt to Palestine; the desert road was traversed by Thutmose III with his army in nine days. One would expect that conventional chronology took into consideration the closeness of countries like ...
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... , an eminent Egyptologist, tried to prove that the text is a product of the Saitic time, especially because of its late spelling.(1 ) But he was disputed by another equally excellent Egyptologist, Spiegelberg, who presented the argument that the "late spelling" is actually not late and that the texts of the Saitic time, seven or eight hundred years after the Eighteenth Dynasty, are conspicuous through their employing a classical orthography; and that thus no marked difference is evident between the texts of these two periods. The Sphinx stele with the dream of Thutmose IV is, according to the last-named scholar, an original text of the Eighteenth Dynasty.(2 ) The ...
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275. Solomon and Sheba [Journals] [SIS Review]
... engraved on the rocks at Aswan, in the far south of Egypt, it is likely that he went there in person. Baikie [87] says The great man [Senenmut] set off at once, and carried out his commission with characteristic energy'. Getting the two huge shafts of granite out of the quarry at Aswan occupied seven months and was an extraordinary feat of engineering. Raising the obelisks in Thebes must have been a tremendous task the survivor is almost 100 feet and weighs over 320 tons. Thutmose III in the Ascendant Thutmose, far from having engaged in damnatio memoriae, actually placed a statue of Senenmut in his Karnak temple and was willing to see honor ...
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276. The Rape of Helen [Books] [de Grazia books]
... places him safely in command of his royal sphere in the end. If the Love Affair is a Holy Dreamtime cycle, and the Iliad is sacred History, then the Odyssey is to be categorized as Sacred Saga. For all of this we praise Homer and his kind. He chose for the leitmotif of his works the natural history of seven centuries. He rationalized the sky-gods for the Greeks and transfigured unbearable truth into tolerable myth. His myths coordinated the basic activities of sexuality, subsistence, respect, power, technology, and wealth into a consistent cultural pattern and created the archaic Greek character. He restored to the Greeks an ethnic identity consistent with the changed nature of the ...
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277. Earth Parturition and Moon Birth [Books] [de Grazia books]
... CHAPTER SEVEN Earth Parturition and Moon Birth The Uranian age closed in a crescendo of destruction. The ancient orphic rites of Greece commemorated their remote Uranian origins when they began with the chanting of the myth of the cracking of the cosmic egg. That the world was an egg that had to be broken to begin the human experience is a myth found in all quarters of the globe. We have reported this in the preceding chapter [1 ]. Heaven burst to produce the great god Ouranos and the turbulent sky. Then Ouranos was dismembered by his son, Saturn, in league with Gaea, his spouse and Earth. Aphrodite Urania, the Moon, was then born, ...
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278. 094book.htm [Journals] [Aeon]
... pole to pole. The ancients had an instrument of navigation for accurately finding the longitudes of places that was far superior to anything possessed by the peoples of classical, medieval, or modern times until the second half of the 18th century. Hapgood and his students intensively studied the Piri Re'is map and other late medieval and early modern maps for seven years. This work convinced Hapgood that the maps were derived from prototypes drawn in pre-Hellenic times (perhaps even as early as the last Ice Age), and that these older maps were based upon a sophisticated understanding of the spherical trigonometry of map projections. Even though Hapgood et al. did their research 30 years ago, I think ...
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279. Velikovsky's "The Dark Age of Greece" [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... a scholar, revived anti-Velikovsky arguments that had been used- and disproved- 19 years earlier and dreamed up several new ones on his own. It was a crude hatchet job, appropriately published in a second-rate science fiction magazine. But Velikovsky was enraged. Instantly he leaped into the arena. Back in the mail came Asimov's head, neatly skewered on seven pages of razor-sharp rebuttal. But this willingness to accept any challenge exacted a terrible price and gave Velikovsky's enemies their greatest victory. By nipping at his heels they got him to slow his pace. Each counterattack cost him precious time and energy. Each reply to his critics took him away from work that remained to be done. This ...
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... 000 years ago, during the events of Velikovsky's scenario where this evidence is supposedly crucial, the correlation of acid signals with known volcanic eruptions was "only [30%] of the older record to 7,000 B.C ." (Ibid) That is, 70% of the volcanic signals are of unknown origin. When seven out of ten signals are of unknown origin, there is a clear probability that the signals found in the ice may have originated from one of the seven unknown volcanic events. The entire case reflects circular reasoning. "Sullivan is very careful to use terms which indicate that the precision related to the correlations is not truly known. " ...
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