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91. Editor's Notes and News [SIS C&C Review $]
... attracted support from people such as Gunnar Heinsohn. However even its supporters admit that much work is still needed to develop the scheme and answer criticisms which have been made. C&CR is likely to return to this subject when we receive suitable papers for publication. The other articles in this issue are something of a pot pourri. Emmett Sweeney asks a simple, fundamental question: the Bronze Age would not have been possible without bronze- but where did this originally come from? Meanwhile Jess Lasken returns to the vexed subject of Sothic dating, Eric Aitchison looks further into the problems of the Assyrian limmu lists and Michael Reade provides a supplement to his earlier paper on biblical history. Finally Candido Garcia Cruz provides an interesting review of the work of a pioneering theorist of the origins of the Mediterranean Sea. We also have reviews of new books by Peter James and Lynn Rose. The next issue of C&CR will be a special edition including the proceedings of the 1999 SIS Silver Jubilee event. News Society for Interdisciplinary Studies AGM The SIS Annual General Meeting ...
92. Sun, Moon and Sothis by Lynn E. Rose [SIS C&C Review $]
... a substantial margin of error in the computations as a whole. The main gist of Rose's arguments is re-analysis of the El Lahun papyrus record of a roster of priestly duties for 6 months in the alleged reign of an Ammenemhet or a Sesostris. It is this list which has been at the bottom of most previous 'Sothic dating' arguments and which underlies the conventional dating of the end of Dyn. XII to 1786 BC (pp. xxiii& 209). Rose does also find literary references to quite a number of further alleged Sothic dates, with consequent digressions into 'proofs' as to whether or not they can be accepted as relevant to the argument as a whole. Rose even advises his readers that they can safely skip pages 25-80 if they do not want to get caught up in a detailed discussion of a 25 year schematic cycle identified by Parker (and others). His tip that the 'Astronomy and Chronology' discussion in the supplement to Velikovsky's Peoples of the Sea is an improvement over its earlier presentation in Pensée IVR IV is also worth noting ( ...
93. News C&C Review 2001:1 [SIS C&C Review $]
... in 2300BC with an analysis of the geomagnetic effects. Laurence Dixon has taken a fresh look at the physics of Velikovsky's Worlds in Collision scenario and concludes that, contrary to previous analyses, there are no fundamental objections. Trevor Palmer and Steve Mitchell return to the question of whether centuries can be removed from the medieval Dark Ages and find fundamental problems with the proposals of Niemitz and Fomenko. Bob Johnson's analysis of Mayan calendars looks at the curiosity of the 260 day cycle. Eric Aitchison returns to Assyrian history and Jesse Lasken to the Sothic cycle. The regular 'Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology', 'Monitor' and 'Bookshelf' columns each contain bumper amounts of interesting information, thanks to the efforts of Jill Abery and Bob Porter. There is also a bumper collection of reviews, including a review of Trevor Palmer's Controversy: Catastrophism and Revolution, The Crystal Sun by Robert Temple, Charles Ginenthal's Electro-Gravitic Theory and Emmett Sweeney's The Pyramid Age. News Society for Interdisciplinary Studies AGM The 2001 SIS AGM will be held on Saturday 5th May at The University of London Union ...
94. C&C Review 2001:1: Contents [SIS C&C Review $]
... Event in 2300BC 4 Moe Mandelkehr develops his theory of a worldwide catastrophe in 2300BC. On Velikovsky's Orbits 11 Laurence C W Dixon takes a fresh look at the physics of Worlds in Collision An Investigation into the Reality of the Early Medieval Dark Age 14 Trevor Palmer looks for Niemitz's missing centuries. The Dark Ages hiatus: a response to Clark Whelton 20 Steve Mitchell investigates what Pope Gregory really did to the calendar. The sacred 260 day calendar of early Mesoamerican civilisations 22 Bob Johnson seeks an explanation for the Mayan calendar More Problems with Sothic Dating 27 Jesse Lasken develops his case further from 'Sothic Dating: the Shameless Enterprise'. Thiele's Assyrian Reliance 30 J. Eric Aitchison questions the 'Bible' of Assyrian history. Black Sea Flood by Phillip Clapham 13 The Saint and the Miracle by Phillip Clapham 13 Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology by R.M. Porter 35 Monitor By Jill Abery 38 Bookshelf by Jill Abery 50 Reviews 50 Controversy: Catastrophism and Evolution by T. Palmer- reviewed by Richard Huggett 51 Mount St. Helens by Dr Steve Austin- reviewed by Laurence ...
95. The Velikovskian Vol. I, No. 1: Contents [The Velikovskian $]
... articles. Lynn E. Rose (Ph. D., University of Pennsylvania) Dr. Rose is Professor of Philosophy at SUNY-Buffalo and has authored a book on Aristotle, as well as various articles in several scholarly journals. He has been an associate editor of, and contributor to, the journal Pensée, as well as an editorial consultant for the Journal of the History of Philosophy. He is a major contributor to the book Velikovsky Reconsidered and has been both senior editor of and contributor to KRONOS. His book on the Sothic Calendar will be published shortly. Roger W. Wescott (Ph. D., Princeton University) Dr. Wescott is a Rhodes scholar and former Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics at Drew University, Madison, New Jersey. He was president of the Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States. He has authored and co-authored numerous books, contributing many articles to over a dozen scholarly journals and has also been senior editor of and contributor to KRONOS. Charles Ginenthal Editor-in-Chief Vol. I, No. 1 Copyright© 1993 IVY ...
96. The Velikovskian Vol. I, No. 3: Contents [The Velikovskian $]
... physics. Lynn E. Rose (Ph. D., University of Pennsylvania) Dr. Rose is Professor of Philosophy at SUNY-Buffalo and has authored a book on Aristotle, as well as various articles in several scholarly journals. He has been an associate editor of, and contributor to, the journal Pensée, as well as an editorial consultant for the Journal of the History of Philosophy. He is a major contributor to the book Velikovsky Reconsidered and has been both senior editor of and contributor to KRONOS. His book on the Sothic Calendar will be published shortly. Charles Ginenthal Editor-in-Chief Vol. I, No. 3 Copyright© 1993 IVY PRESS BOOKS Forest Hills, New York THE VELIKOVSKIAN Quota pars operis tanti nobis committitur PUBLISHER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Charles Ginenthal EXECUTIVE EDITOR COPY EDITOR Maria Victoria Figueredo MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION Send all manuscripts to: Charles Ginenthal, Publisher THE VELIKOVSKIAN 65-35 108th Street, Suite D15 Forest Hills, New York 11375 Both original and previously published manuscripts will be accepted for review. Manuscripts should be prepared in the manner described in Webster's Manual of Style. See also ...
97. The Velikovskian Vol. II, No. 4: Contents [The Velikovskian $]
... Velikovskian. Lynn E. Rose (Ph. D., University of Pennsylvania) Dr. Rose is Professor of Philosophy at SUNY-Buffalo and has authored a book on Aristotle, as well as various articles in several scholarly journals. He has been an associate editor of, and contributor to, the journal Pensée, as well as an editorial consultant for the Journal of the History of Philosophy. He is a major contributor to the book Velikovsky Reconsidered and has been both senior editor of and contributor to KRONOS. His book on the Sothic calendar will be published shortly. Charles Raspil works for the New York City government and has written articles which appeared in Horus, the Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Paranormal Research and the Proceedings of the International Forum on New Science. Charles Ginenthal Editor-in-Chief Vol. II, No. 4 Copyright© 1994 IVY PRESS BOOKS Forest Hills, New York THE VELIKOVSKIAN Quota pars operis tanti nobis committitur PUBLISHER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Charles Ginenthal EXECUTIVE EDITOR COPY EDITOR Maria Victoria Figueredo MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION Send all manuscripts to: Charles Ginenthal, Publisher THE VELIKOVSKIAN 65-35 ...
98. The Velikovskian Vol. VI, No. 1: Contents [The Velikovskian $]
... Velikovskian Vol. VI, No. I, II& III. (2003) New Book! Pillars of the Past History, Science, Technology, as they relate to Chronology By Charles Ginenthal Pillars of the past is a 600 page, referenced, indexed book, (Vol. VI, Nos. 1, 2& 3 of The Velikovskian by Charles Ginenthal). Using scientific and technological data, he outlines evidence that proves that ancient Near Eastern history is not as long as historians have claimed. The evidence includes: Sothic dating Radiocarbon dating Pottery dating Metallurgy as it is applies to pottery dating, as well as to carving and inscribed granite and diorite Egyptian and Mesopotamian stratigraphy are also analyzed along with the evidence of: erosion agronomy climatology agriculture glass technology domestication of the horse and ass linguistics forensic anthropology musical instrumentation of the hepatonic diatonic scale And much more! Published Mesopotanian stratigraphical research, based on geology and archaeology now indisputably prove 700 to 800 years were added to history by the archaeologists. Linguistics related to Hebrew, Greek and Hittite along with agronomy ...
99. Horizons [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... No 1 (Jul 1986) Home¦ Issue Contents Horizons ISIS Update ISIS has been in existence now For a little over nine months. In that time several projects have been inaugurated to test the chronology of the ancient world. These include: (i) the compilation of a comprehensive reference volume containing all known radio-carbon tests made on samples falling in the time period from 2000 BC to 1 AD (plus analytical commentary); (ii) a catalogue of Egyptian and Assyrian chronological anomalies; and (iii) an analysis of Sothic dating and its effect on the history of Egypt. The results of these projects will be made available in the form of ISIS Occasional Publications during 1987, 1988 and 1989. A major survey of archaeological anomalies from Europe and the Near East will also be published as part of the first ISIS Bulletin before the end of 1986. Preparations are well advanced for a two-day international conference on Archaeology, Stratigraphy and Chronology, to be held in September 1987. Many top scholars in the field are being invited to give talks on the ...
100. Problems With The Morning Star [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... a further identification with Saturn in the possession of only one leg, or one enormous foot[19. Tezcatlipoca and Quetzalcoatl were antitheses. In one myth they are rivals in the great ball game, and the defeated Quetzalcoatl is expelled to the east[20. The expulsion of Quetzalcoatl to the east, to rise as the Morning Star, is a recurrent theme. Yet in one case it is accepted by historians as an historical event which is used for a reconstruction of Mesoamerican history with an astronomical basis as precarious as the Sothic cycle is for dating ancient Egyptian history. The Vienna Codex tells a lengthy tale starting with the creation of the world and ending with a line of High Chiefs of the Toltecs, all bearing the holy name Quetzalcoatl. This dynasty is founded by a legendary figure, Quetzalcoatl, who is taken by historians to be "rather like the English King Arthur, both a real person and a myth."[7 The dividing line between myth and history is apparently taken to be the point at which Quetzalcoatl (with decidedly Saturnine ...
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