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51. A Catastrophic Reading of Western Cosmology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... by participating subjective self-interested mankind, then we can legitimately probe these constructs for their hidden agendas, which all constructs must have. That is what I shall do to cosmology here, as I did to religion in the previous article. The Faerie Queene I begin with a clue from literature. The British poet Edmund Spenser, a contemporary of Shakespeare, wrote a poem in about 1580 called Two Cantos of Mutabilitie', which is in a sense an epilogue to his masterpiece The Faerie Queene. In it, the problem of the nature of the universe is debated. It begins when a Titaness or Giantess called Mutabilitie challenges Jove's right to rule the heavens. She claims to be ...
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... Two Forms of Fear A Choice "A Degradation of Science and of Religion" A Firmament Chapter III: IN FEAR AND TREMBLING Planet Cods The Feast of Light First Century: Visions of Apocalypse The Seventh Century and the Dark Ages Mid-Fourteenth Century: A Periodicity of Frenzy "There's No Hiding Place Down There" Chapter IV: POETS AND VISIONARIES Shakespeare, Three Generations After Copernicus The Shadow of Death Nevermore Mind at the End of Its Tether Chapter V: THE AGE OF TERROR "Why War?" The Recurrent Scourge The Chosen People of Hiroshima Of the Roots of Anti-Semitism The Slave Traders and the Slaves Explosion of Population Armageddon on the Drawing Boards Chapter VI: DREAMS AND HALLUCINATIONS To ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  05 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/velikovsky/mankind.htm
53. I.Q.: A University Program [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Q6. The Bible and the Catastrophic Record. A review of ancient traditions of Exodus and the Books of Moses; influences of disasters upon Judaic-Christian-Muslim thought and practice. Q7. Catastrophism in Literature: From the Vedas to Joyce. The Hindu, Biblical (Psalms. Job, etc.), Homeric writings reinterpreted. Hesiod, Ovid, Shakespeare et al. Q8. Catastrophes. Science Fiction and the Arts. Ancient art, modern and therapeutic art; science fiction and catastrophe; catastrophe in films and documentaries. Q9. The Mythology of Disaster: How myth and legend obscure while they discuss natural disasters and cultural consequences; the great bodies of myth analyzed, compared. Q10 ...
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54. Habiru and Hebrew [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Ezra) as the first attempt at writing history' as opposed to the annals of the oriental kings which are more like reports or lists than actual history' [13]. The El Amarna correspondence is a unique exception. My own perception is that pejorative terms have greater lifetimes than Van der Veen suggests. Many of the idioms of Shakespeare, particularly certain abusive terms (often much older still) have currency four centuries on, though their cultural transmission has been entirely oral. This argument - the paucity of sources - was also advanced by Phillip Clapham [14]. Van der Veen's answer was that the Habiru had become reabsorbed and assimilated', hence the lack of ...
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... hearing of the tribunal, "than I am to hear it." On February 17, 1600, from the pile of faggots kindled in Campo dei Fiori in Rome, he was sent to the Inferno by the Inquisition. These were no longer the dark Middle Ages. It was an illustrious time. The same year, 1600, Shakespeare wrote his Hamlet; Bacon had published his Essays in 1597; and both of them remained steadfast adherents of the Ptolemaic, geocentric system of the world, almost one hundred years after Copernicus. Bruno had spent his time and zeal in England, having made only one convert - William Gilbert, who published his great opus, De Magnete ...
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56. Morgan le Fay, Maid Marian and May Day [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... sea, ie in English mere is a lake or pond and in Latin mare is the sea. The Shakespearean term merry' may have an association with morris dancing and with Robin Hood and his merrie men. Herne the Hunter, a variation on Robin Hood, is associated with Windsor Great Park, a large tract of woodland, by Shakespeare. Herne is associated with oaks and adorned with great horns and is accompanied by a great noise and the smell of fear. Matthews claims Herne has Anglo Saxon roots, and Robin of the Hood. Etymologically Woden and Herne have a connection and likewise hood/hod/wood. Woden led a select band of warriors, the herjar ...
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57. Contributors [Journals] [Kronos]
... ., Univ. of Pa); Dr. Feldman is Associate Professor of History at the Community College of Philadelphia In addition to published articles in The Psychoanalytic Review, The International Journal of Psychoanalysis, and The Historian Professor Feldman is the author of such books as The Unconscious in History Stalin: Red Lord of Russia, and Secrets of Shakespeare. Artur Isenberg (B . A., Harvard); Mr. Isenberg is the Editor of KIDMA- Israel Journal of Development With the support of UNESCO, he was an advisor to the Ministry of Education in India for several years and was also with the Ford Foundation as a consultant on cultural affairs in India Mr. Isenberg ...
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58. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... this country by Prof. Irving Wolfe, senior editor of KRONOS and author of The Catastrophic Substructure of Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra' in Kronos Vol. 1, Nos. 3 and 4. Naturally enough, the discussion centred on the validity and extent of Prof. Wolfe's claim that underlying many themes in classical literature and the literature of William Shakespeare in particular, there is evidence of the subconscious memory of the great catastrophes of the past. If Prof. Wolfe is right, and he presents some very compelling evidence in favour of his proposition, Velikovsky's thesis that these catastrophes resulted in the defence mechanism of racial amnesia will receive further extensive confirmation. There seems little doubt that Irving ...
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... "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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60. Horizons [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . While the authors do not bring any conclusions directly to bear on the Velikovsky theses, the implications of their study for the work of DR IRVING WOLFE on a "deep memory" source for this catastrophic imagery will surely be dealt with in the forthcoming second part of the paper. The authors provide a wealth of evidence to suggest that Shakespeare [and, incidentally, the translators of the King James Bible!] lived in a period of extraordinarily severe visitations of storms and floods, famines and plagues, and that his contemporaries were much preoccupied with portentous natural phenomena - which might offer a more direct source of inspiration than that suggested by Wolfe in both SISR and KRONOS. ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v0404/082horiz.htm
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