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51. Heinsohn's Ancient "History" [Journals] [Aeon]
... theory has been circulated among laymen and scholars alike for five years or more), increases its plausibility." [1 ] Hammurabi- receiving the laws from his god Shamash. From the upper register of the basalt stele containing the law code of the king. For Shulgi and Nebuchadnezzar, we would substitute Hammurabi and Darius, two of ... Olmstead, op. cit., pp. 127-128.  Ibid., p. 121.  See here also the discussion in D. Cardona, "The Two Sargons and Their Successors," Part II, AEON I:6 (December 1988), pp. 90-95.  J. ...
52. Thoth Vol III, No. 12: Aug 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... transition - death, dismemberment, resurrection, and transfiguration. For all intents and purposes Atum-Ra is not even around at the more critical junctures, any more than Anu or Shamash are involved in the cosmic ordeal confronting Marduk (Jupiter) in the Babylonian Akitu festival. (Anu has already fled the scene when Marduk confronts the dragon Tiamat. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . by Dave Talbott ASTROBIOLOGY . . . . . Ev Cochrane, Dwardu Cardona, Dave Talbott CHLORINE DISCOVERY NEAR IO . . . . . . . . . . . by Wal Thornhill- PARADIGMS AND IDEOLOGIES By Mel Acheson I get newsletters ...
53. On Comets and Kings [Journals] [Aeon]
... cult; the planet Saturn being, as we have seen elsewhere, widely regarded as an ancient sun-god. (82) Thus the Greek Helios, Latin Sol, Akkadian Shamash and Hindu Surya were all identified with the planet Saturn. That Mesoamerican cosmology recognized different suns as having ruled in the past is well-known, of course. Various accounts ... of Saturn's, with Saturn as a sun-like orb. Velikovsky's thesis that Saturn was once the dominant body in the skies has since been substantiated by the researches of Talbott, Cardona, Rose, and myself. (87) An impressive body of data has been gathered documenting the ubiquitous presence of Saturn in ancient myth and religion, and slowly ...
54. In Search of the Exodus [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... to reinforce the ideology that Yahweh interfered directly in the affairs of his people- and has invariably omitted more than he has included. Beth-Shemesh (a dialectal variant of Babylonian Shamash, probably Amorite) may be connected with the Samson cycle and in turn with the Labors of Heracles.  We may note the long hair of Samson ... s ), who were the principal agents of destruction (in the past). If we transfer the same concept to the Joshua story, both Stan Vaninger and Dwardu Cardona may be correct that (1 ) the Exodus was EB, and (2 ) natural disaster was responsible for EBIII and IV site destructions. (See C& ...
55. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... substitute for the archetypal idea of the all-enclosing deity – a symbolic substitute, that is, not necessarily the origin of the archetype. Roger Ashton rightly made the point: Shamash the god was originally no more the Sun than Saturn the planet. Both the Sun and Saturn are displacement metaphors. During the process of corruption of the earliest content ... sector in order to try to make it all conform to the ideas and the glueing.[2 ] Based on my personal impression of the way Talbott, Cochrane and Cardona perform their research I would never suggest that they manipulate or otherwise deliberately distort the sources they work with. Instead, they typically show care in the use of references ...
56. Thoth Vol II, No. 20: Dec 31, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... the ruling king), was the planet Venus. Her star was not located in an ambiguous "sky", but precisely in the center of the great wheel of Shamash, the "sun" god, identified by Babylonian astronomers as the planet Saturn. But what was meant by the "life" -giving attribute of the goddess ... a number of sudden personal paradigm shifts. The first was at the Portland Conference in 97 when, in answer to a question I don't remember, Dave Talbott, Dwardu Cardona, and Ev Cochrane all agreed, "There were no stars visible from earth during the time of the polar configuration." The night sky I'd always taken for ...
57. The Calendar [Journals] [Aeon]
... sections: "The Stars of heaven proceeded to their stations, took up the proper course and kept from (lit, left) the improper path. Monthly Sin and Shamash (moon and sun), at their appearance, were in perfect agreement with each other about the restoration of the (images) of the gods, the complete ... a unique sighting arrangement that allows the viewer the luxury of an exact 90 degrees between the lines of sight.  In a critique of his work, Dwardu Cardona points out that the observatory would work extremely well if it was re-oriented by about 5 degrees clockwise.  Now, as it happens, a hemisphere away ...
58. Index of Titles
... Kinglists? Seti's Foreign Connections Setting And Using The Stonehenge Nineteen Year Sun-Moon Calendar Seven Year Famine in the Reign of King Djoser with Other Parallels between Imhotep and Joseph, A Shamash and Sin Shamash The Sun God Shameless Promotion of Pet Paradigms Shamir Shamir Shamir Shapley, Velikovsky And the Scientific Spirit Shapley's Scientific Record Shiloh a Central Cultic Israel Site Shiloh ... Reply To Isaacson, A Report Summary of the Potomac Excavation, 45. 18, 20.4 X 10 Requirements For The Convection Cell Resistance to Scientific Innovation Response to Cardona Response to Critique by Leroy Ellenberger Response to Dr Milsom, A Response to Ellenberger Response to Ezra/Nehemiah Review Article Response to Forrest, A Response to Lasken Response ...
59. Thanatos and Anastasis [Journals] [Aeon]
... Egypt and the Near East, nocturnal light was linked with the planet Saturn. The Egyptian Saturnian god Atum was a sun of night (22) as was the Assyro-Babylonian Shamash. (23) .. .the coming forth of Saturn inaugurated the archaic day, which began at sunset. So long as the solar orb was visible, ... XI, 23 (emphasis added). 21. R.E . Witt, op. cit., p. 159 and note 44. 22. D. Cardona, "The Sun of Night," KRONOS III:1 (Fall 1977), p. 35; D.N . Talbott, The Saturn Myth ( ...
60. Sins Of The Father [Journals] [Aeon]
... 32] Doubtless Ginenthal believes it is circular reasoning to point out the difficulty this presents for Heinsohn's hypothesis. Ginenthal as Historian Hammurabi- receiving the laws from the seated god Shamash, as portrayed on his famous stela- whom Heinsohn [mis]identifies as the alter-ego of Darius. (Illustration by Marie-Josèphe Devaux.) How does one go ... , Number 6 Home | Issue Contents Sins Of The Father Ev Cochrane Immanuel Velikovsky (Photograph by Donna Foster Roizen.) Gunnar Heinsohn (Photograph- 1996- by Dwardu Cardona.) The wild goose chase that culminates in Pillars of the Past, Charles Ginenthal's most recent foray into ancient chronology, can be laid squarely at the doorstep of ...
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