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... the Popol-Vuh he is one of a trinity who create and destroy. Cuculkan, we are told, sat upon the waters before any mountains or life existed, and communed with "Hurakan" and "The Thunderbolt that Strikes." He was a serpent enveloped in feathers of green and blue. Nearer to ourselves we find in Avebury, Stonehenge, and Mt. Cruachan, in Argyllshire, three ancient circular temples, the first and last being serpentine in design. All have been proved to be astronomical in intention. THE SERPENT SYMBOL SCULPTURED ON THE FACADE OF AN ANCIENT TEMPLE BUILT OF VOLCANIC STONE, AT XOCHICALCO, MEXICO. 120. Comets, however, assume other forms ...
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... Thames, the disastrous approach of the growing seas, not seas as I wish to make plain that are only advancing in some places and receding in others as is the common belief -for I shall show this is not true- but seas whose level is rising while that of the land remains practically stationary -as witness for example the site of Stonehenge and many other such places -which has been evidenced in the cases cited of Scylla and the Roman altar in the river Tyne. That is the danger. The ocean levels are steadily augmenting. And what of London and its teeming millions? Let us look into that. ...
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... and again as the Dog Star Sirius. If the two seemed mutually contradictory it should not have been so in reality, for if Parnassus were Apollo's seat of divinity so Phoebus in the same way was Sirius the Dog Star. Sirius may have been first observed by the sons of Seth in the Shetlands, or at Stennis, or at Stonehenge, or at Stanton Drew, or at Keswick Circle and other places besides Iona; but it is possible and even probable that Iona may have enjoyed the honour of first proclaiming the Star of Hermes. Apart from this possibility we may see in Iona, with Staffa adjacent, the key to the doctrine of Amenta, and the Druids ...
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... , or what?" Peter Warlow: "Years, I should think, if you consider it following a cometary orbit, if we compare it with typical comets, like Halley's comet which takes about 75 years or so. . . I am quite sure it was years . . .( inaudible) It's probably better to think of Stonehenge as an Earth observatory rather than a lunar or solar observatory, they had time to build this, Noah had time to build his ark, etc., so it must have been visible for some time and it probably went round a number of orbits." Elizabeth Chesley Baity: "You were asking about migrations from the Indus ...
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... and therefore has made many mistakes of time, nor has it concerned itself with very ancient civilizations and centers of habitation that may have been entirely erased. But these can be inferred in the future with fair validity. No one seems to have considered, for instance, whether the cave artists of the Dordogne in France or the builders of Stonehenge megalithic monuments may not have been survivors of catastrophes of the second, third or other millennia before Christ. And that the centers from which they derived were much more highly developed artistically and technologically. Nor has geology sufficiently pondered the effects of catastrophes in burning and flooding deeply huge areas, and in thrusting and folding great masses of land ...
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... of the Elephants and Their Relatives, Alfred Knopf, New York, 1962 Jane Van Lawick-Goodall, My Friends the Wild Chimpanzees, The National Geographic Society, Washington, DC, 1967 Craig Christy, Uniformitarianism in Linguistics, Benjamins, Philadelphia, 1983 Isaac N. Vail, Waters Above the Firmament (edited by Donald L. Cyr), Stonehenge Viewpoint, Santa Barbara, CA, 1874/1988 Roger W. Wescott, "Polymathics and Catastrophism: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Problems of Evolutionary Theory," Kronos, Glassboro, NJ, fall 1978 Roger W. Wescott, "The Golden Age," Kronos, fall 1984 and winter 1985 Roger W. Wescott, "Aster ...
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... , 32. Repr. in Kronos, 4, 3 (Spring, 1979), 56-69.. (1967c). "A Rejoinder to Burgstahler and Angino." Yale Scientific, (Apr.), 20-25, 32. Partially repr. in Pensee, 2, 2 (May 1972) as "On Decoding Hawkins' Stonehenge Decoded," in Pensee, 3, 1 (Winter 1973) as "The Orientation of the Pyramids;" and in Kronos, 4, 2 (1978), as "The Weakness of the Venus Greenhouse Theory.". (1968). "The Catastrophic Worlds of Immanuel Velikovsky." [Interview]. Science ...
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248. Radiocarbon Dates and Cultural Change [Journals] [SIS Review]
... thought that Skara Brae had been inhabited only for a short period [11], and it is interesting that the eight dates combine to 1975 40 bc, almost the same figure obtained from the south English sites. If the upsurge of activity on these sites is connected with the standing stone sites (and Grooved ware has been found at Stonehenge and at the Stenness stone circle in Orkney), and if the latter reflect renewed interest in the sky, the dating may be significant. Above: Grooved ware from Durrington Walls (i ) and East Anglia (ii), with sherds showing curvilinear motif from Durrington Walls (iii-vi) and spiral-and-lozenge decoration from Skara Brae (vii ...
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249. The Crescent II [Books]
... ship is "the Barge of Earth." "O gods who carry the Barge of Earth, who support the barge of the Tuat," proclaims the Book of Gates. (53) While the name of the Hindu goddess Ida (or (Ila) means "the world," she is depicted as a floating ship; Stonehenge, the famous Druidic monument, was called at once "the circle of the World," "the enclosure of the ship-goddess Ceridwen," and the "Ark of the World." (54) The ship-goddess is none other than the mother earth in heaven. The Island-Ship. Ancient history is filled with legends of floating, ...
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250. Pot Pourri [Journals] [SIS Review]
... magazine, December 2001: Scientists at the University of Groningen in Holland have announced a reliable technique for radiocarbon dating cremated bone, previously thought impossible. This will be of particular value to European archaeologists studying the last two millennia BC and the first millennium AD, when cremation as a form of funerary rite was common. A cremation cemetery at Stonehenge, the largest of its kind in Britain, is currently completely undated. Cremation was also popular in Bronze Age and Iron Age Britain and amongst Saxons in East Anglia - Mike Pitts'. Pot Pourri' is compiled by Paul Standring Notes and References 1. From 7 million years BC onwards ( 'The Ape that Took Over the ...
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