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141. In Memoriam: Immanuel Velikovsky, Livio Stecchini and Ralph Juergens [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... scenes of disaster like the frozen mammoths of Siberia. In the field of mythology Dr. Velikovsky again distinguished himself by maintaining that the so-called myths of antiquity had strong roots in reality. Astronomers now search these myths and legends to discover remarkable records of novae and other astronomical phenomena. Today Indian rock paintings and ancient structures like the pyramids and Stonehenge are repeatedly analyzed not only by historians and anthropologists, but by geologists and astronomers as well. Finally, the fields (in which I am more at home) of ancient history and archaeology have been changed violently by his great work, Ages in Chaos. All ancient histories, whether Greek, Etruscan, Hittite, Hurrian or others ...
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142. Kadath - Chronicles of Lost Civilizations (Advert) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... in Antiquity, megalithism in the Old and the New World, archaeoastronomy, leys, sacred geometry, maps of ancient Sea Kings, transoceanic contacts, unexpected inscriptions and lost writings, mysterious ruins, strange artifacts and constructions, catastrophism, the Flood, etc. Regularly a special issue is devoted to a specific topic e.g .: Stonehenge the Glozel Affair, Nazca, Karnak, Chavin de Huantar, the Vision of Ezechiel, the Proto-Americans, the great statuary of Easter Island, a corpus of runic inscriptions in South America, mysterious stone ruins of New England and other North American places. Among the 75 issues already published at this date (September 1991) the reader ...
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143. The Calendar of Coligny [Journals] [Horus]
... From: Horus Vol. 3 No. 1 (Winter 1987) Home | Issue Contents The Calendar of Coligny Alban Wall In previous papers, HORUS Vol. I, No. 2 and HORUS Vol II, No. 3, 1 described in detail the operation of Stonehenge as a luni-solar calendar that employed the 19-year Sun-Moon cycle. Though the actual device itself as it existed at Stonehenge was unique, the calendar format it embodied is not. The 19year cycle wherein specific Moon phases are repeated on the same days of the year every 19 years has, at one time or another, formed the basis of calendar systems for numerous civilizations. The Babylonians, the Hindus, ...
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144. SIS Internet Digest 1996 Number 1 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , a parable... Abstracts Spin and atmospheric tides of Venus The rotation of Venus and its atmosphere Why does the earth spin forward? Getting on the Internet Remarks... Cover image by Tania Ruiz, Webmaster for The Center for Archaeoastronomy, and an astronomer with the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. The image consists of a photo of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, digitally placed against a background of constellations including (from left to right) the asterism of the Summer Triangle, Leo, and the star Arcturus (from Bootes). ...
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145. Ring Counters and Calendrical Cycles [Journals] [Horus]
... and the planets? When tracking the heavenly bodies, which return to a given starting point after a number of years, months, and days, a different kind of calculator was needed. Ring counters long have been used to keep track of repeating cycles, such as those that occur in astronomy and calendrics. A prime example is the Stonehenge, where marker stones in the Aubrey, X, and Y holes could be advanced each day to keep track of the days of the year and the month. [See "Setting and Using the Stonehenge Nineteen Year Sun-Moon Calendar" by Alban Wall in HORUS II:3 .] Much more ancient is the Mallia disk which was ...
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146. SIS Internet Digest 1997 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Objects .. 7 New Paper on Bronze Age Catastrophes .. 8 Scientific Catastrophism in Early 19th Century Britain .. 8 Natural Disasters Trigger Hysteria & Panic in Italy .. 9 Planet Uranus Has Two More Moons .. 9 TV Documentary on Impact Threat .. 10 The Day the Earth Got Hit .. 10 Newly Discovered Woodhenge Rivals Stonehenge .. 10 Comets and Disaster in the Bronze Age .. 10 Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture .. 10 Louis Frank Scores Again .. 10 THOTH Catastrophics Newsletter Focus .. 11 Thoth VOL I, No. 17. June 30, 1997 .. 11 Ralph Sansbury's Work .. 11 Thoth VOL I, No. 22 ...
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147. SIS Internet Digest 1998 Number 1 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Andean Civilisation .. 8 The Power of the Bull 8 Meteorobs - Amateur Meteor Observation Network .. 8 International Conference "90-th Anniversary of the Tunguska Problem" .. 8 Catastrophic End of the Norse Culture in Greenland 9 More Evidence Points to Impact As Dinosaur Killer 9 Worknotes on the Joshua Impact Event .. 9 Oldest Astronomical Monument Rivals Stonehenge .. 10 Planetary Differences in Impact Melting .. 11 Proceedings of the 1997 Tunguska Workshop .. 11 "Deep Impact" Actor Tells it All .. 11 Oceanic Impact may have Inspired Aboriginal Legend .. 11 Oceanic Impact may have Inspired (Australian) Aboriginal Legend: An Addendum .. 12 Musings on Fulmine .. 12 ...
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148. Proceedings of the 2nd SIS Cambridge Conference [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 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 ...
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149. The Daily Grail [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 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 ...
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150. The Hamlet's Mill International Conference [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 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 ...
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