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... antiquarians and field workers a forerunner of archaeologists who were but a glimmer in the eye during his lifetime, 1687-1765. He was an honest and reliable recorder of prehistoric monuments, something that the professionals have only recently come to appreciate. Stukeley is one of the most important figures in the discovery of the British past. His work at Stonehenge and Avebury has proved to be invaluable because so much has changed in the countryside since his lifetime. There is a recently published biography of Stukeley, which is fairly weighty and expensive [1 ]. Because of this, Mortimer cut down on the biography and concentrated on reproducing Stukeley's illustrations of ancient sites. The book is therefore highly ...
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132. Boscawen-un [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the 19 stones of Boscawen-un circle remained potent into the druidic period. Phillip Clapham Note John Wood, the architect and famous for his work in Bath, in 1747 wrote a pamphlet entitled, Choir Gaur, vulgarly known as stone henge'. John Wood was into all things druidic and had a classical education. He envisaged an oracle at Stonehenge and viewed the druids as philosophers' , with connections to the likes of Pythagoras. The choir' I suspect is the collection of stones but what on earth does Gaur' mean and what connection may it have with ' Gor-sedd'? ...
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133. Book Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... in two parts: one 3500 years ago and the other 2600 years ago, which makes the final displacement of the Ice Age masses well within documented historic times, whereas the legendary and geological evidence places the termination 6000 - 8000 years ago. 2. "A catastrophe of the scale envisaged would have destroyed such edifices as the pyramids, Stonehenge and other structures already in existence at this time." 3. The main objection is that the catastrophe was caused by a comet and Velikovsky is criticised for crediting comets with more dangerous properties than they actually possess. Mooney states in evidence that "the molecules of the gases and the micrometeorites are so widely dispersed in the body of ...
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... Secular Humanist Declaration * Terminal Eocene Catastrophe * Terminal Cretaceous Catastrophe * Jupiter's Electromagnetism * TL and Isotope Dating * Terminal Eocene Event * "Saturn's Moons Hold The Ring" * Venus - Embarrassingly Hot! * "Saturn's Rings Defy Nature's Laws" * Ice Core Record of Volcanism * "Saturn's Secrete Revealed" 9 SOCIETY NEWS 21 BOOK REVIEWS: Stonehenge and Its Mysteries * Realms of the Human Unconscious * Zodiacs Old and New * Life ON Earth 22 LETTERS : NASA and the Collective Subconscious * Black Madonnas - Modern Images of the Morning Star? * On Myth and Logos * Egyptian-Israelite Detente and The Deliverance of Lot * Further Comments on Shell-Slipping 32 Copyright (C ) 1981 Society for ...
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135. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Columbus' New World map Timewatch' BBC 2, 16.10.91 Plenty of convincing arguments were presented that Colombus knew exactly where he was going when he discovered' America because he was already in posession of a map. The political machinations of the Portuguese and Spanish made it necessary for him to falsify his log. Better than Stonehenge New Scientist 23.3 .91, pp. 29-31 A unique site, as old as but thought to be far more astronomically elaborate than Stonehenge, has been excavated near Cambridge. This complex is in the form of a giant trapezoid and had wooden obelisks. It seems to have been designed to predict the major events of the ...
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136. SIS Study Group Meeting 16th October 1999 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... early Cornish tin trade with the Mycenaeans when C14 dating came in. This showed the European megalithic culture was many centuries older than the Mycenaeans, so any connection between these peoples was ruled out of the question. Similarities in culture and stone building had to be regarded as pure coincidence. The conventional view now is that the last phase of Stonehenge was built around 1600 BC, some 200 years before the Mycenaeans. They agree that the Wessex culture became rich from trading but do not say what they traded in. Cornish tin for the Mediterranean Bronze Age is the obvious answer but their chronology does not allow them to suggest this. Yet Herodotus says the Cassiterites (the tin islands ...
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137. The SIS Silver Jubilee Event, September 1999 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... might be taken on the verandah, which had magnificent views over the Windsor Great Park area, but the weather unfortunately deteriorated and only those desperate for fresh air ventured out. John Bimson kept us occupied until lunch with a scholarly assessment of archaeological evidence which should not be ignored by chronologists. After lunch Len Saunders presented evidence from Newgrange and Stonehenge to back his theory that the Moon had suffered major disturbances in historical times which had been recorded by the people who witnessed the events. We were then very pleased to be able to welcome Bernard Newgrosh, another important figure from the society's early days who later became well known as a highly productive editor of both Workshop and then Review ...
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138. The Avebury Cycle by Michael Dames [Journals] [SIS Review]
... In the south there is a peculiar chalk escarpment dividing the Avebury bowl from the Vale of Pewsey, which includes the large mass of Tan Hill (from Beltane or fire hill') and two extending narrow ridges of chalk that resemble two great horns. The sheer scale of human activity on the landscape is incredible. Professor John North (Stonehenge: Neolithic Man and the Cosmos (Harper Collins, 1996)) claims that linear earthworks and long barrows with ditches were constructed to mark the positions of specific groups of stars. Prominent among these clusters of stars are the Pleaides and the Hyades (in the constellation of Taurus), the stars of Gemini, Leo, Bootes, ...
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... had come to the conclusion that the Earth had once been girdled by a doughnut-like structure of ice crystals which, in keeping with Genesis 1:6-8, he alluded to as the firmament. (4 ) Donald Cyr, who is currently one of Vail's staunchest supporters, has published numerous articles on the subject in his recently defunct periodical, Stonehenge Viewpoint. (5 ) There, one can not only read about this firmament, or canopy, but also its reflective properties, the aspect of the theory that most appealed to Zysman. (6 ) He thus found himself wondering whether the celestial apparition that the mytho-historical record alludes to- the sun of night and its appendages- ...
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140. The Cyclic Nature of Ancient Catastrophes [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... for (a ) the cosmic architectures of ancient times, (b ) the cosmic fears and folklores of our ancestors, (c ) the cosmic attitudes of the prophets of the ancient Jews, (d ) the cosmic religions ofancient peoples, and (e ) the cosmic-driven interest of the ancients in mathematics, as seen for example at Stonehenge. Orbital Precession In celestial mechanics there is a term describing the motion for the shift of an orbital axis: "precession." It may apply to an orbital axis: it may also apply to a spin axis. Our immediate concern is the precession of the Earth's orbital axis, that is, the slow change in the direction ...
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