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161. Running Rings Round The Giants [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... (Bookshelf, SISR III:4 ), we are reminded of the journalist's motto: "Believe nothing until it is officially denied. Copyright (C ) R. M. Lowery 1980 In the Monitor' section under the heading Primordial Dragon' reference is made to the "Canopy Theory" which is discussed in various issues of ' Stonehenge Viewpoint'. According to Isaac N. Vail, the originator of this theory, the formation of a ring' or canopy' around a planet, is seen as an inevitable occurrence at a certain stage in its development. Presumably, the absence of an earth canopy at the present moment means either that the earth is considerably older ...
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162. East is East? [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... watery deep such as the concept of Nun would seem to imply. However, since the sign is sometimes found inverted , it may be intended to denote the idea, well attested in Egyptian cosmology, that the water encircled the universe, above as well as below. Is the Earth a tippe-top? Note the item Primordial Dragon. - Stonehenge Viewpoint , no. 35' in the Monitor section. - Ed. \cdrom\pubs\journals\workshop\vol0302\05east.htm ...
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163. Book Shelf [Journals] [Aeon]
... the wrong geographic localities, ancient sun dials that give the wrong times for their present latitudes, pyramid faces that have improper slopes and orientations, and desert markings that reflect apparent shiftings of the positions of the Sun, Moon, or the pole star are all utilized in his analyses. Disorientations of the summer solstice in megaliths, such as Stonehenge, and the apparent misalignments of parallel stones in ancient worship centers are reexamined as possible evidence for polar wandering or precession. The effects of glacial melting and geologic uplifts are considered as possible means for the relatively sudden shiftings of oceans that could create catastrophic floods. Alternatives to the near passage of Venus, as proposed by Immanuel Velikovsky, ...
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164. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the Society's development, from its formation in 1974 to the present day, to discuss a variety of interesting subjects and to look review the latest developments. Speakers will include: Harold Tresman: Introduction John Crowe: An overview of the various chronologies Dr John Bimson: An overview of the archaeological evidence Len Sanders: The bank and ditch of Stonehenge as indirect outcomes of lunar disturbance Dr Bernard Newgrosh: Contributors to the History of Science, Professor Lynn E Rose: Sirius and Saturn Dwardu Cardona: The Demands of the Saturn configuration theory Wal Thornhill: The Electric Universe Ev Cochrane: The Many Faces of Venus Peter James: The Saturn problem Charles Raspil: Portraits of the Gods through ...
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... generate electric currents in objects near the surface of the earth. This made me blink. Could larger lumps of meteoric or cometary material generate electric shocks or behave in a similar way to lightning bolts? This is an area worth a bit of study as it might explain certain anomalies. Phillip Clapham References 1. Prof. John North, Stonehenge:Neolithic Man and the Cosmos, Harper Collins, 1996. ...
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166. Seahenge by Francis Pryor (Book review) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... mainly stock management, involving a semi-mobile lifestyle of seasonal grazing. Phosphate analysis of ancient soil samples confirms animal husbandry was important. His book has only a single chapter on Seahenge' itself; the rest is an overview of the Neolithic and an attempt to interpret the belief system at the root of the monuments that have been excavated, including Stonehenge and Avebury. Phillip Clapham ...
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167. Milk and honey [Journals] [SIS Review]
... bees in his cradle, on Mount Ida = a holy mountain or mound, a synonym for the god - comet. In Britain a similar kind of tale has been Christianised and rewritten as a Saints Life. St Ambrose, a Gaulish proselytiser, and a name with clear parallels to ambrosia and to Amesbury in Wiltshire, a village near Stonehenge where his Order was introduced, was associated in tradition with bees, as a baby in his cot. He was fed as an infant on honey and later was famous for dispensing a honey-like substance. In tradition Vortigern was consumed by heavenly fire, an attachment of myth to a historical person, possibly a contemporary of St Ambrose in ...
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168. Matters Arising [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... II, ch. II, "Ignis e Coelo". 12. D. Harden, THE PHOENICIANS (Harmondsworth 1971), p.78. 13. C. Bermant & M. Weitzman, EBLA (London 1979), p. 154. 14. Relating to the time of Naram-Sin, see ANET p. 268. Stonehenge Decoded? Reproduced with the kind permission of Corriere del Ticino \cdrom\pubs\journals\workshop\vol0401\22mattr.htm ...
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169. Velikovsky at Harvard [Journals] [Pensee]
... an archaeology professor at Southern Methodist University: Velikovsky's Worlds in Collision, the professor warned the nation, has caused more damage than "communism and prostitution combined." The audience, which included faculty from Harvard, Brandeis, and MIT, vigorously applauded the one-time heretic, and responded with questions ranging from the Queen of Sheba to Atlantis to Stonehenge, to the carbon dating of New Kingdom pharaohs. The hecklers, apparently, chose to stay home. After formal questions and answers, an eager crowd enveloped the lecturer, pressing him with questions about his work. He seemed to enjoy the exchange. The next day Robert Goldfarb interviewed Velikovsky for the campus radio station, WHRB. ...
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170. Views In Brief [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of a dig at Cinneroth where an idol supposedly dating from the 13th century BC was found in the 8th century level, supporting Velikovsky's AGES IN CHAOS thesis of a 500 year anomaly in the chronology of the ancient world. Much less complimentary, and far more destructive, is "A Guide to Velikovsky's Sources" by Bob Forrest, in STONEHENGE VIEWPOINT 63, pp.3-7. It kicks off with the suggestion that Velikovsky's and von Daniken's approaches to their source material were "similar", and never quite recovers. As before (e .g . in VELIKOVSKY'S SOURCES), Forrest fails to distinguish content from padding (or signal' from noise') in handling the ...
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