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151. Velikovsky: The Open Minded Approach [Journals] [SIS Review]
... do is back-calculate the orbits of the planets and confirm these with ancient observations." Well, firstly, strange as it may seem, every ancient civilisation kept a year of 360 days down to around 750 BCE when they all got it into their heads, independently, to change it, and modifications continued everywhere till after 700 BCE. Stonehenge was repeatedly wrecked and rearranged. And, strangely, ancient star and planet observations DO NOT CORRESPOND to back-calculated positions. In China, Babylon, and elsewhere the very movements that were recorded of the planets were erratic. We have no eye-witness confirmations of any eclipse before 687 BCE. Many of the ancient philosophers, most notably Plato, ...
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152. The McMaster University Symposium - June 1974 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and stars on uniformitarian assumptions (retrojecting mathematically the modern celestial order into the past) it is clear that the megaliths pose a problem for the concept of a catastrophic cosmology. The whole phenomenon of the standing stone observatories - their apparent relatively sudden appearance in large numbers in the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze periods at about the same time that Stonehenge was converted to a stone temple and the great Wiltshire ceremonial centres like Durrington Walls were built - has never been satisfactorily explained. A disturbance in the celestial order late in the 3rd millennium BC would certainly provide a plausible motive - that of understanding the new order - for this immense investment of manpower and intellectual skill. The stones themselves ...
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... and air-raid shelters' for nobility and kings. 14. Planet Saturn, as a comet, caused the Noachian Deluge. 15. The Atlantis date (c . 9500 BC) given by Plato had to be shortened. 16. Extensive legendary evidence pictures the hairy', bearded', blazing stars' that were comets. 17. Stonehenge, Avebury Circle and similar monuments were astronomical instruments. 18. Central American legends (and cultures) were contemporaneous with those of the Old World. 19. The intercalary five evil days' were cursed because they coincided with a world disaster and the ending of an age. 20. The serpent, dragon, winged-globe, caduceus, ...
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... tackles this propen-sity for a people to manufacture their own creation myths with particular reference to the British and the history of the English language. His style is humorously acerbic with a no-holds-barred attitude towards bastions of academic orthodoxy whom he regards as brainwashed almost from their cradles. The author sets out the accepted version of the history of Britain (unknown Stonehenge people followed by Celtic speakers, then conquering Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and Normans); and then asks us to consider the anomalies involved if just one, the Anglo-Saxons, had left their langu-age as universal and supreme. No other European country had its language changed by one of its invading groups. Only when invaders basically replace the ...
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155. Ancient Giants and Gods [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 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 ...
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156. Bookshelf. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... by the ensuing floods. Mayan Genesis: South Asian Myths, Migrations and Iconography in Meso-America By G. R. Kearsley, 2001, $37 95 A large and iconoclastic book which claims that the Mayan culture derived from south east Asia and India, via a race from the Persian Gulf who sailed to the New World. Arthur and Stonehenge: Britain's Lost History By Emmet J. Sweeney, Domra Publications, 2001 £6 95 An exciting new assessment of Celtic myths and their relationship to the megalith builders, which reveals Arthur as a catastrophic sky god in a true Velikovskian tradition. Jill Abery ...
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157. FOCUS - Home and Abroad [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... " by Katharine Briggs, and "The Dragon" by Charles Gould and others. The above titles themselves should make it evident that there is likely to be a certain overlapping of interest between the readers of this Review and our own readers. In the future, it is hoped that exchanges of interest and information between us may develop. STONEHENGE VIEWPOINT obtainable from 2821 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, California, 93105, contains interesting articles based on a study of the world's ancient megaliths and matters arising therefrom, together with a very comprehensive catalogue of books available on a wide variety of subjects which are likely to be of interest to anyone versed in the ideas of Immanuel ...
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158. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... to be found among the ranks of alleged heretics and cultists. In addition, FRED JUENEMAN's continuing efforts deserve mention. In 1978 he devoted nine of his "Innovative Notebook" columns in Industrial Research/Development to Velikovskian subjects. His January-June and August-October musings cover a wide range of subjects, discussing magnetism thrice, radiohalos, radioactive dating, Stonehenge, celestial dynamics, the Hymn to Aton and the temperature of Venus. The December issue has a letter from an astronomer at the University of Delaware protesting the celestial dynamics column in June together with Jueneman's undaunted reply [l0]. That column collected the evidence from celestial dynamics supporting Worlds in Collision which CARL SAGAN had entirely "overlooked ...
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159. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... sea-level rises, with drowned forests, whereas in S. America and China, the land appeared to rise. The geology of Britain indicated that before this, there was a land bridge between Ireland and Scotland could this have been the source of the Atlantis legend and the megalithic peoples who were spread around the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts? Stonehenge and other monuments appeared to have different stages of construction, with changed alignments. After the initial catastrophe and the realisation that a 7 year changing rhythm of sunrise positions indicated when to expect climate change, monuments were built in order to predict events, but after the Earth's wobble' died down, this was no longer necessary and building ...
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160. Internet Universe: Free book previews [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 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 ...
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