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31. Bevin Mucks It Up [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... supreme in the British Isles. Stewart Alsop has commented in the Herald Tribune on Britain ? s Palestine policy: ? The general British reaction to Bevin ? ? s policy [on Palestine was recently summed up by one of Bevin ? s staunchest supporters, who remarked, ? Everyone knows that Ernie ? s making a proper muck of it, but every one ? s a hundred percent behind him.? ? A Shylock spirit lives in the Colonial Office and gangrene infects the British Isles. The historic Shylock, the prototype of Shakespeare ? s character in ? The Merchant of Venice,? was a gentile; his name Paolo Mari Sechi and he demanded a pound of flesh from the debtor, a Jew, whose name was Sansone Geneda. The story was told by Leti, Vita Sixto Quinta, Venice, 1587. ...
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... of Zeus, father of the gods. She was born some centuries before 1500 B. C. [1 and was originally envisioned in the planet Venus. Athena was not only the producer of the 'Love Affair' but also of the Iliad and the Odyssey, as I shall seek to show: so she was not a novice in the field of dramaturgy. Her versatility was proverbial. She probably inspired the magnificent setting of Phaeacia and directed the scene closely. She sang it in the guise of the god-inspired Demodocus. Like Shakespeare she acted in her own plays: as herself, she planned the occasion for the story, and in the person of Odysseus, was the honored member of its audience. "I am Pallas Athene, Daughter of Zeus, who always stands by your side and guards you through all your adventures," she reminds Odysseus at one point. Odysseus's name means "troublemaker" or better "the inveterate troublemaker." Writes George Dimock, "In the Odyssey odyssasthai means essentially 'to cause pain (odynë) and to be ...
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... >How? How indeed! You can't have it both ways. "Primitives" that know of objects requiring light gathering equipment of modern man aren't "primitive." if they could find "invisible planets", they could surely describe how they found them and could tell more about them. You choose to INTERPRET something written long ago as consistent with what you now "know" as fact. This is a common misunderstanding. It's like the old thing of a million monkeys in front of a million typewriters eventually turning out Shakespeare. An old phrase interpreted in millions of minds may mean something as fanciful as Uranus and Neptune to some, but IT DOESN'T MAKE IT SO. Consistency is in the eye of the beholder, clearly. Kevin Ahern ...
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34. Alfred de Grazia's Grazian Archive [SIS Internet Digest $]
... be built up from an ancient chant that has Mars, Moon, Venus, and Earth in close and destructive encounters. (In perfect binding, $17.00, on floppy disk $9.00.) Recollections of a Fallen Sky. An early symposium of the 1970's from Lethbridge University, Canada, planned and edited by Professor Earl R. Milton, concurrent with the granting of an honorary doctorate to Immanuel Velikovsky, the eminent catastrophist. Addresses on various fields (art symbolism, astro-physics, psychology of forgetting tragedy, Catastrophic symbolism in Shakespeare, etc., by authors from Canadian and American universities. (Perfect-bound hard print $12.00, $9.00 floppy disk.) Solaria Binaria. By Alfred de Grazia and Earl R. Milton. An astronomer and astro-physicist joins De Grazia to perfect an elegantly coherent and logical theory, backed by physical, psychological, and mythological studies, of the origins and history of the solar system with Jupiter as the remnant of the Uranian binary partner of Sol, which has been circulating in fugitive form and print since 1968. ( ...
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35. Planet Uranus Has Two More Moons [SIS Internet Digest $]
... through the stationary background field of stars. At present, the newly discovered moons are designated with astronomical code names S/1997 U1 and S/1997 U2. Following additional observations, the objects will be certified by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) as true planetary satellites, and the discoverers will be allowed to suggest more lyrical names. By astronomical convention, the planet's previously discovered moons, including the last 10 found by the Voyager spacecraft in 1986, carry names, such as Cordelia, Ophelia and Ariel from works by Shakespeare and Pope. Meanwhile, Burns said, the discovery of two irregular objects orbiting far from a giant planet "gives us one more clue to what the environs of Uranus must have been like soon after its formation." Contact: Roger Segelken Office: (607) 255-9736 E-Mail: See also ...
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36. Quantavolution and Catastrophes Series [SIS Internet Digest $]
... revealing contemporary linkages never suspected but supportive of quantavolution. A Fire Not Blown: A sequel to KA especially commenting upon Minos and Crete, by Hugh Crosthwaite, with an Introduction by Alfred de Grazia. Recollections of A Fallen Sky: An early symposium of the 1970's from Lethbridge University, Canada, planned and edited by Professor Earl R. Milton, concurrent with the granting of an honorary doctorate to Immanuel Velikovsky, the eminent catastrophist. Addresses on various fields (art symbolism, astro-physics, psychology of forgetting tragedy, Catastrophic symbolism in Shakespeare, etc., by authors from Canadian and American universities. (Earl R. Milton, Editor, with contributions by I. Velikovsky, Alfred de Grazia, John M. MacGregor, William Mullen, Irving Wolfe, George Grinnell, Patrick Doran, et al.) The Velikovsky Affair: We dedicate this book to people who are concerned about the ways in which scientists behave and how science develops. It deals especially with the freedoms that scientists grant or withhold from one another. The book is also for people who ...
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... Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE-PAGE FOREWORD Earl R. Milton CHAPTER 1: CULTURAL AMNESIA: The Submergence of Terrifying Events in the Racial Memory and Their Later Emergence Immanuel Velikovsky CHAPTER 2: PALAETIOLOGY OF FEAR AND MEMORY Alfred de Grazia CHAPTER 3: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE WORK OF IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY John MacGregor CHAPTER 4: STRUCTURING THE APOCALYPSE: Old and New World Variations William Mullen CHAPTER 5: SHAKESPEARE AND VELIKOVSKY: Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art Irving Wolfe CHAPTER 6: CATASTROPHISM AND UNIFORMITY: A Probe into the Origins of the 1832 Gestalt Shift in Geology George Grinnell CHAPTER 7: CATASTROPHISM AS A WORLD VIEW Patrick Doran CHAPTER 8: AFTERWORD Immanuel Velikovsky APPENDICES I. About the Authors II. Honourary Degree Awareded to Immanual Velikovsky III. Addresses to the Chancellor ’ s Dinner IV. Address to the Convocation Dinner (Immanuel Velikovsky) Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: ...
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38. Epic Postscript [Kronos $]
... Sheba Spartacus King of Kings El Cid Constantine and the Cross Barabbas Joseph and His Brethren Sodom and Gomorrah Cleopatra Becket Esther and the King The Cardinal The Fall of the Roman Empire The Greatest Story Ever Told The Bible A Man for All Seasons To the above list of movies, one could also add Julius Caesar, Ulysses, War and Peace, Macbeth, and Hamlet, all of which appeared between 1953 and 1964. This group, along with the previously cited Helen of Troy, constitutes a significant compendium of the literary work of Shakespeare, Homer, and Tolstoi, translated to the film media. The possible psychological importance of these three authors in wartime or in a war-filled atmosphere has already been mentioned in footnote #11 of the preceding article. REFERENCES 1. In 1973, Paramount Pictures released the sensitive motion picture Brother Sun, Sister Moon- a story of St. Francis of Assisi. Its death was almost instantaneous. It could be argued that the movie was a poor one which was the reason for its failure. Having been one of the rare ...
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39. Contributors [Kronos $]
... for the journal of the History of Philosophy and an associate editor for Pensee. Livio Stecchini (Dr. Juris., Univ. of Genoa and Ph.D., Harvard), Professor of Ancient History, Paterson State College, Paterson, N. J. Professor Stecchini has co-authored Secrets of the Great Pyramid with Peter Tompkins and co-edited and co-authored The Velikovsky Affair. Irving Wolfe (Ph.D. Univ. of Bristol, England), Assistant Professor, Département d'études anglaises, Université de Montre'al, is currently writing a book-- Shakespeare and Velikovsky: Catastrophic Theory and The Springs of Art. \cdrom\pubs\journals\kronos\vol0103\092contr.htm ...
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40. Notices [Kronos $]
... Haines 3. As Worlds Collide Earl R. Milton 4. Right Answers Don't Count C. J. Ransom 5. Indications of the Eruptive Evolution of Planetary Bodies S. K. Vsekhsviatsky 6. Rotational Resonances of Mercury and Venus Lynn E. Rose 7. The Bulk Chemistries of Venus and Jupiter Ralph E. Juergens 8. Basic Aspects of Electromagnetic Effects in Planetary Dynamics C. S. Sherrerd 9. The Celestial Mechanics of Worlds in Collision Robert W. Bass 10. Freud and Velikovsky A. Bronson Feldman 11. Shakespeare and Velikovsky: Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art Irving Wolfe 12. Conditioning, Coping and Concepts A. Mann Paterson 13. Sin and the Control System John V. Myers 14. Ancient Knowledge of Jupiter's Bands and Saturn's Rings Alfred de Grazia 15. Did Thutmose III Despoil the Temple in Jerusalem?:A Critical Commentary to Immanuel Velikovsky: Ages in Chaos Eva Danelius 16. A Different View on the Chronology of Hazor .Marvin A. Luckerman 17. Cows, Caste and Comets Dwardu Cardona 18. Dating the Great ...
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