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... certain Late Bronze Age cultures came to an end.The Proceedings are then brought to a close by five papers on the subject of history and culture. Contents: Benny J. Peiser, Trevor Palmer and Mark E. Bailey: Introduction. Robert A. J. Matthews: The Past is our Future. Mark E Bailey: Sources and Populations of Near-Earth Objects: Recent Findings and Historical Implications. Bill Napier: Cometary Catastrophes, Cosmic Dust and Ecological Disasters in Historical Times: The Astronomical Framework. Duncan Steel: Before the Stones: Stonehenge I as a Cometary Catastrophe Predictor. Gerrit Verschuur: Our Place in Space. Bruce Masse: Earth, Air, Fire, and Water: The Archaeology of Bronze Age Cosmic Catastrophes.. Marie-Agnès Courty: The Soil Record of an Exceptional Event at 4000 B.P in the Middle East. M. G. L. Baillie: Hints that Cometary Debris played some Role in several Tree-Ring dated Environmental Downturns in the Bronze Age. Benny J. Peiser: Comparative Analysis of Late Holocene Environmental and Social Upheaval: Evidence for a Global ...
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102. The Daily Grail [SIS Internet Digest $]
... you can browse and pick the story you want to check out. On a related note, Ian Lawton has updated the G:TT website with an open letter to Robert Bauval concerning the Orion Correlation Theory, the Kate Spence Saga, and The Shafts (that's OCT, KSS, and TS for you acronym lovers out there). Tuesday News Tue Nov 28, 2000 22:25 AEST Archaeologists discover mysterious 4700 year old temple, which is the largest Stone Age structure found in Western Europe (27 times as big as Stonehenge). Scientists discover a possible microbe from space. Is it a bird? Is it a plane...err, I mean dinosaur? Britons claim to see angels agumbo. Egyptian discovery the world's oldest love song? Mysterious effect may influence spacecraft trajectories. That and confusing metric and imperial... Laboratory discovery of 'immortal' human flesh. Interesting feature over at The Anomalist called 'Forgotten Experiments'. Scientist's work dismisses any link between King Arthur and a certain Round Table. French archaeologists find earliest signs of habitation in Micronesia ...
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103. Science Frontiers [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Contents Science Frontiers New book: Ancient Structures: Remarkable Pyramids, Forts, Towers, Stone Chambers, Cities, Complexes. 337 pages, hardcover, $24.95 193 illus., 3 indexes, 2001 528 references, LC 00-092706 ISBN 0-915554-35-6, 7 x 10". Contents include: Ancient astronomical observatories; Vitrified forts; Ancient furnaces, smelters and hearths; The Newport Tower; New Grange and other passage graves; Enigmas of the Great Pyramid; Nan Madol and Mohenjo-daro; ew England stone chambers; Mystery Hill; America's Stonehenge; Anonymous stone chambers and passage graves; Cities and complexes; Inca stonework. Photocopied Classic Books: Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley by E.G. Squier and E.H. Davis. 376 pp., 1848, $29.95p. As America moved west, the remnants of the great civilization of the Moundbuilders raised much speculation. Their immense, flat-topped temple mounds, the huge earthen enclosures, and the meticulously wrought artifacts of copper, mica, and clay. Rude Stone Monuments in all Countries: Their Age and Uses by J ...
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104. Internet Universe: Free book previews [SIS Internet Digest $]
... stakes out a solid, defendable, entirely new position in the debate about life origins and human origins. That position is bolstered by an astonishing array of scientific facts either unmentioned or conspicuously ignored by the two currently entrenched camps. By utilizing such a fact-based format, this book's presentation of Rationalism offers a far more convincing explanation for the origins of life, and particularly of human life, than Darwinism or Creationism ever have-- or ever will. How the Shaman Stole the Moon, In Search of Ancient Prophet- Scientists from Stonehenge to the Grand Canyon by William H Calvin, publ. Jan 2001, 244 pages, ISBN: 0-595-16693-8. $21.95. "Combines the wonder of magic and ancient lore with the skill and intellectual honesty of modern science. William Calvin guides us on just such a marvel-packed quest, in search of techniques used by sages and shamans, tracing discoveries made sometimes by accident and sometimes by sheer genius long before the dawn of our own age."-- David Brin. The Spacing of Planets The Solution to a 400-Year ...
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105. SIS Internet Digest 2001 Number 1 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Petrie Kahun, Gurob, and Hawara (1890), at the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean World Web site (see page 8). The drawing middle right is an Akhet: could this mean "solar eclipse"? See Egyptian Cosmology, page 5 About the SIS; How to Join Editorial.. 1 SIS Conference 13-15 Sep 2002.. 1 SIS Autumn Meeting 13 Oct 2001.. 1 In Memoriam: Hertha von Dechend.. 1 World Wide Web focus.. 2 Quantavolution and Catastrophes Series.. 2 Stonehenge: Restoration Work.. 3 Public History Discussion Group.. 3 Laura Lee Archives.. 4 Science Frontiers.. 4 Egyptian Cosmology.. 5 British Museum: Compass.. 5 ISIS: The Amarna Heresy Conference.. 5 Shamash The Sun God.. 6 The Two Babylons: The Great Red Dragon.. 6 Internet Universe: Free book previews.. 7 Ancient Near East and Mediterranean World.. 8 Sun and Saturn by Morris Jastrow Jr.. 8 Einstein In Need Of Update?.. ...
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106. The Hamlet's Mill International Conference [SIS Internet Digest $]
... human history. And research into astronomically encrypted myths of the Incas. Dr Yuri Stoyanov: Ancient Star Craft, Myth& Initiatory Traditions. Middle Eastern and Eurasian mystic traditional concerning the stars, particularly in terms of shamanistic heavenly journeys and the passage of souls between Heaven and Earth. Professor Robert Temple: The Optical Science& Technology of the Ancients. Having discovered more than 450 ancient lenses, gives some background to previously puzzling feats of archaeo-astronomy. Proto-theodolites could have been used in Predynistic times, and optical aids were used to build Stonehenge. [ Professor Archie E. Roy: The Archaeo Astronomical Work of Alexander Thom. Measurement, cataloguing and interpretive work of Thom. [ In ancient times, sacred knowledge of an astronomical and metaphysical nature was retained in the general consciousness of human society in the form of allegorical myth, and there existed a rigorous code of accuracy in repetition and transmission. Thus the most advanced experiential and perceptual knowledge could move easily between different cultures and languages and be safely handed down in reliable and constantly vital ...
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107. Ancient Giants and Gods [SIS Internet Digest $]
... in; evidence of and for. Chapter 5: The Pseudepigrapha texts (especially the Book of Enoch). The Book of Giants. (Views of Henning, influential biblical thinker/academic of the 40's, on giant beings.). Chapter 6: Archaeological evidence for biblical events; research into Biblical history and the Middle East generally. Chapter 7: The Egyptian connection regarding Nephilim/giants; Egyptian influence on early Jewish/Hebrew peoples and their beliefs. Chapter 8: Giants and the ancient wonders of the world: Stonehenge, Pyramids, ancient cities and sites of South America; the walls of Babylon and of Jerico. Evidence for; testimony to in word and deed. Chapter 9: Megaliths and neoliths. Atlantis: its significance, especially in relation to the development of early civilisations: Egyptian building. The seminal books of Bellamy, Saurat and Hoerbiger. The latter's cosmic ice theory. Chapter 10: Giants in Greek history and mythology- the long traditions. Belief of the Greeks in their own mythology and its influence on them. Greek ...
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... . My thanks go to Emilio Spedicato for providing the talk summaries. Opening address to the participants Nieves Mathews De Madariaga Dear friends, dear friends of Immanuel Velikovsky, dear Emilio. explorer, on Velikovskian lines, of the frontiers of Paradise; dear Shulamit, translator of your father's work for the country of his choice. As an old friend of Velikovsky, who sent him tit-bits of confirmation throughout the last twenty-five years of his life- and queries which he answered to my complete satisfaction (on calendars, on Homer, on Stonehenge) I wish I could hear viva voce all you have to say about the changes in planetary orbits and in the earth's axis after near collisions; about the geological and dendrological evidence of recent catastrophes of extraterrestrial origin; about the electromagnetic forces which play so vital a role in Velikovsky's cosmological scenario, and about the fascinating interplay between the rejection and the recognition of scientific genius. Above all I wish I could hear your arguments and counter-arguments, agreements and disagreements. I shall be with you in spirit, and so will my ...
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109. Update on Nabta Stone Circle [SIS Internet Digest $]
... lead by Fred Wendorf, Ph.D., Anthropology Professor at Southern Methodist University, reported in the science journal, Nature, about the oldest known astronomical stone circle on earth. The stone circle is associated with a series of flat, carved stone structures, six lines of standing and toppled megaliths and two buried megalithic sculptures in southern Egypt's Nabta Playa 100 kilometers (62 miles) west of Abu Simbel. Radiocarbon dating indicated the structures were in 4,500 B. C. sedimentary layers, at least a thousand years older than Stonehenge in England. Nabta Playa is rich in prehistoric remains of the early Holocene age when there was rain and a lake, but no skeletal human remains have ever been found. Nabta circle schematic© Thomas G. Brophy Professor Wendorf and his astronomer colleague, Professor J. McKim Malville, reported that. "Five megalithic alignments at Nabta radiate outward from a central collection of megalithic structures. Beneath one structure was a sculptured rock" several feet down in the sand. Their speculation was that the Nabta site was used for astronomical ...
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... , are questions that might be answered in detail by further investigation. Numerous other peculiarities of tektites are suggestive of origins involving electricity. As just one example, I would point out that some tektites are quite massive, yet they clearly melted almost instantaneously throughout their volumes. They were not heated from the outside. It is claimed that mechanical shock, as from impact, might account for this. But it is known that electrical breakdown could produce such an effect. I would add only that, about 1960, Hawkins (of Stonehenge fame) produced respectable artificial tektites by subjecting Earth materials to a beam of electrons. He, too, may have been closer to the truth of things than he realized. [* !* Image The Moon \cdrom\pubs\journals\kronos\vol0201\045tekt2.htm ...
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