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251. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... nearby Gosenk Henge has been interpreted as a solstice observation centre, but, although two of its entrances line up with the rising and setting Sun at the winter solstice, the third entrance is several degrees off either true north or midsummer sunrise or sunset. (The association with the winter solstice is interesting in the light of recent observations at Stonehenge, where the age of pigs slaughtered for ceremonies indicate that it was the winter solstice which was important at this site too). Still in the Nebra area, a 4,200 year old burial mound has revealed the remains of a an elite male, with missing upper body and legs, surrounded by people who had been violently ...
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252. Monitor. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , pp. 44-45, 1.12.01, pp. 46-47 Geophysical surveys of Silbury Hill, the most impressive prehistoric structure in western Europe, have revealed that this artificial chalk mountain' was built in a spiral fashion with a spiral processional route to its flattened summit. Supposedly built in the Stone Age, several hundred years before Stonehenge, it would originally have been a brilliant white and probably surrounded by a water-filled moat. There is obviously no denying its connection to the universal myth of a world mountain or tower, with spiralling snakes, rising from the waters of chaos. By the Bronze Age, copper ores were being mined not only in Cornwall but also on ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  26 Mar 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v2002n1/33monitor.htm
... , 412, 420; on Nebiru, 432 Spencer, Herbert, 70 Sravana, 236 Ssabians of Harran, 92 Stag, symbol for Kronos, 319, 320, 427 Stars: gods as, 177; fixed, 306-307 Stegemann, Viktor, 252 Stephanus of Byzantium, 266, 416 Stoics, 64 Stokes, W., 29n Stonehenge, 68 Stone Things, identity of, 410-412 Strabo, 198, 254, 303 Strom, A. V., 386 Stucken, Eduard, 390, 401, 409 Sturluson, Snorri, 24, 86, 90; on Vafhbrudnismal, 92; Gylfaginning, 156, 160, 163; on the Maelstrom, 205, 207-208 ...
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... ? ', Pensee (Summer, 1974), 8-20. Bass, Robert W.: 1974b, ' "Proofs" of the Stability of the Solar System', Pensee (Summer, 1974), 21-26. [KRONOS II, 2 (November, 1976), 27-45.] Hawkins, Gerald S.: 1965, Stonehenge Decoded, Doubleday, Garden City, New York. Hawkins, Gerald S. and Rosenthal, Shoshana K.: 1967, 5,000- and 10,000-Year Star Catalogs, Smithsonian Contributions to Astrophysics, Volume 10, Number 2, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. Lockyer, J. Norman: 1894, ...
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255. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... .g . a tar. In April came the confirmation that infrared spectral analysis of the Halley coma declare the presence of biological molecules: Hamy Kroto of Sussex University is on record as believing that straightforward chemistry is all that is required to produce these, and that the results are not all that surprising after all! Forrest's Resources sources: STONEHENGE VIEWPOINT 67, pp.3-8; 68, pp.24-28; 69, pp.9-16; 70, pp.25-3 1 Bob Forrest's epic struggle with the writings of a dead man continues, and like the soap operas on our TVs, shows every sign of continuing in the same vein. In issue 67 he deals with ...
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256. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... build the Great Pyramid today. Jill commented that if the dating is wrong and it isn't as old then that would get rid of half the technological problems. David said this is the other aspect of the Atlantis myth - a civilisation which was more developed than today's, with greater technological ability and skills. There are the 3 Pyramids, Stonehenge, huge blocks at Baalbek and the South American ones which Hancock brings in. A lot of that just cannot be done by any of our technologies. The larger archaeological remains of a post-Atlantean time date much earlier than we would conventionally accept. Not three thousand BC but six or seven. Benny said he would accept the point if ...
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257. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of furthering Velikovskian studies. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED The Planet That Got Knocked on its Side, Nova, WGBH Transcripts, 125 Western Avenue, Boston Mass 02134, USA. The transcript of a programme originally broadcast on PBS 21.10.86 giving details of the findings of the Voyager 2 mission to Uranus, with narrator and expert comments. Stonehenge Viewpoint nos.71-75. 2821 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93105, USA. Containing the remaining articles in Bob Forrest's "A Guide to Velikovsky's Sources" series which we have very briefly noted in previous Monitor sections. Kataklysmos, the Quarterly Newsletter of the Canadian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies, dated May 19 1987. ...
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258. Ballochroy, Kintraw, and Mackie (Forum) [Journals] [Kronos]
... ; C. J. Ransom, "Sagan's Appendices: A Quick Appendectomy"; in Velikovsky and Establishment Science (Glassboro,1977). 17. See note No. 15. 18. R. M. Lowery to D. Cardona, May 21, 1978, private communique. 19. G. S. Hawkins, Beyond Stonehenge (New York, 1973), p. 250. 20. E. W. MacKie, "Archaeological Tests on Supposed Prehistoric Astronomical Sites in Scotland," in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 276 (1974), p. 177. 21. D. Cardona, op. cit. ...
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259. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... to be the earliest depiction of the cosmos yet found, the star painting in the tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh Unas, dated at 2400BC, being an artistic rather than an accurate depiction of the night sky. It is inferred the area in which it was found must have functioned as an observatory and there are hopes of finding a German Stonehenge. In Iron Age Britain around 500BC the Druids appear to have had detailed knowledge which enabled them to predict lunar eclipses. Remains of a ritual site in a swamp in eastern England show that there were 12 groups of wooden posts and new posts were added every 18 years, which is a major lunar cycle. Astronomical calculations show that ...
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260. Pot Pourri [Journals] [SIS Review]
... coast of Africa, even remaining up to 40m high when, nine hours later, they [sic] reach the east coast of the Americas'. The article references speculative fringes of science writing' such as Hancock's Channel 4 TV series Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age and Uriel's Machine by Knight & Lomas, which proposes human civilisation before Stonehenge was flooded in to near extinction by giant tidal waves caused by asteroid impacts. As far-fetched as this may seem, Knight and Lomas draw on oddly unsettling evidence, like the wide areas of Scotland coated in an ancient layer of sea-sand and the fact that analysis of tree rings and ice-core samples suggest [that], in the last ...
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