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41. Notices [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. III No. 4 (Summer 1978) Home | Issue Contents Notices KRONOS is considering the prospect of acting as American distributor for Dr. Irving Wolfe's forthcoming book- Shakespeare and Velikovsky: Collective Memory and the Springs of Art. We would appreciate hearing from any of our readership interested in purchasing this most important work. Vol. II:3 and II:4 of the SIS Review have appeared since the last issue of KRONOS. The former is an outstanding contribution to the critical literature on Ages in Chaos and is a must for those interested in Velikovsky's revised chronology. The latter has material on isotopic anomalies, the Earth's magnetic field, and ...
42. An Athena Production [Books] [de Grazia books]
... 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 ...
43. The Legends of the Jews: Volume I - Preface [Books]
... grasp and shape. And what is true of the Halakah is true with greater emphasis of the Haggadah, which is popular in the double sense of appealing to the people and being produced in the main by the people. To speak of the Haggadah of the Tannaim and Amoraim is as far from fact as to speak of the legends of Shakespeare and Scott. The ancient authors and their modern brethren of the guild alike elaborate legendary material which they found at hand. It has been held by some that the Haggadah contains no popular legends, that it is wholly a factitious, academic product. A cursory glance at the pseudepigraphic literature of the Jews, which is older than the ...
44. Horizons [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Meaning", reprinted from the Saidye Bronfman symposium "From Past to Prophecy" (1975); the conclusion of Jaarsma and Odenwald's paper on the effect of climate on Elizabethan and Jacobean literature, "Nor Heaven Nor Earth Have Been at Peace: The Contemporary Foundations of Shakespeare's Cataclysmic Imagery"; and a further piece from Irving Wolfe on Shakespeare, " 'The Seasons Alter': Catastrophism in a Midsummer Night's Dream". A short and highly interesting article from Dr Velikovsky's own pen, "Shamir", argues that radioactive materials such as radium or uranium were known to the ancient Hebrews. A special supplement brings together some reprinted articles and short comments from Kronos staff on ...
... and 10, 1974 Edited by E.R . Milton CONTENTS Foreword Earl R. Milton Cultural Amnesia: The Submergence of Terrifying Events in the Racial Memory and Their Later Emergence Immanuel Velikovsky Palaetiology of Fear and Memory Alfred de Grazia Psychological Aspects of the Work of Immanuel Velikovsky John MacGregor Structuring the Apocalypse: Old and New World Variations William Mullen Shakespeare and Velikovsky: Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art Irving Wolfe Catastrophism and Uniformity: A Probe into the Origins of the 1832 Gestalt Shift in Geology George Grinnell Living with Velikovsky: Catastrophism as a World View Patrick Doran Afterword Immanuel Velikovsky Appendix I: About the Authors I. Velikovsky O. G. Holmes A. de Grazia F ...
46. Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... in Origin of Species, two decades later, he wrote "We may feel certain .. . that no cataclysm has desolated the whole world. Hence we may look forward with some confidence to a secure future of great length." Evidence to the contrary was passed over. What the scientific mind denied, the creative mind expressed. Shakespeare and Byron dwelt on the havoc caused by the disordered movements of the heavenly bodies. Mythology provided a subterranean outlet for collective memory through the use of symbol, and by deifying the planets as agents of death. It has never been satisfactorily explained why great writers have so often been drawn to such themes, and why world mythology is ...
47. The Great Wave by David Hacket Fischer [Journals] [SIS Review]
... A Slice Through Time, Batsford, 1996). Clearly, something was happening which affected prices and crop yields. Peasant revolts against millers and bakers, property owning elites and the great abbeys and monastic estates were a quite common consequence. Climate and price changes also affected music, art, and literature. For example, the comedies of Shakespeare are separated by his tragedies and famine and hardship in the 1590s. Cultural epochs such as the Renaissance, the Enlightenment and the reign of Queen Victoria coincided with phases of price stability and social equilibrium. They also coincided with low population densities. I find it intriguing that Fischer's first great inflationary surge is dated as beginning in AD1180 ( ...
48. Additional Symposia [Journals] [Pensee]
... ," J. MacGregor (Lecturer, Art and Psychiatry, Ontario College of Art) "Chronological Implications of Velikovsky," Dr. D. W. Mueller (Department of History, University of Lethbridge) "Egyptian and Mesoamerican Sources of Myth," Dr. William Mullen (Hodder Fellow in the Humanities, Princeton University) "Shakespeare and Velikovsky: Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art," Dr. Irving Wolfe (Department of English, University of Montreal) "Cultural Amnesia," Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky Duquesne History Forum: "Velikovsky's Reconstruction of Ancient History" October 30, 1974, Howard Johnson Motor Lodge, Chatham Center, Pittsburgh Coordinator: Prof. ...
49. Notices [Journals] [Kronos]
... 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 ...
50. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of learning - however undeserved. The news that Carl Sagan was to publish another book had us quotation buffs trembling with anticipation. Sagan's embryonic talent in this area had been glimpsed tantalisingly in The Cosmic Connection (three neat quotes) but had blossomed alarmingly by The Dragons of Eden with no less than ten pages of quotes ranging from Plotinus and Shakespeare to T. S. Eliot and Bob Dylan - a remarkable advance in both quantity and irrelevance. He wrapped himself in quotations as a beggar would enfold himself in the purple of emperors - KIPLING What would Broca's Brain bring? We were not disappointed. A new record: thirty-one quotations - snippets of Shelley, morsels of Maupertuis, ...
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