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261. The Inconstant Sun [Journals] [Kronos]
... that when the Sun is less active the Earth cools down. But on this sort of timescale, rather than the monthly or yearly flickers TABLE I Extreme periods of solar activity since 3000 B.C . Event Duration Magnitude Sumerian Maximum 2720-2610 B.C .+ 1.3 Pyramid Maximum 2370-2060 B.C .+ 1.1 Stonehenge Maximum 1870-1760 B.C .+ 1.3 Egyptian Minimum 1420-1260 B.C . - 1.4 Homeric Minimum 820-640 B.C . - 2.0 Grecian Minimum 440-360 B.C . - 2.1 Roman Maximum 20 B.C . -A.D . 80 + 0.7 Medieval Minimum A ...
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262. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... at three to fives times the normal growth rate. Analysis of the absorbent bog moss in the area revealed some 30 biologically active substances which proved experimentally to enhance crop growth spectacularly. This suggests to the researchers that the falling body was, indeed, a comet. Glacier transport source: The Independent 24.4 .90 Where did the Stonehenge monoliths originate? For over 70 years archaeologists have believed that they were transported by river and sea on rafts and by land on wooden rollers, all the way from south-west Wales to the Salisbury Plain. The previous theory had been that the great stones were transported to Salisbury Plain in the ice ages, by glacier. A team of ...
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263. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... However Velikovsky thought it was evidence that the pole had changed. We then talked about how advanced we are now vis-avis present so-called stone-age cultures in Papua, New Guinea, for example. They would be better able to survive a catastrophe than we would and reference was made to recent TV programmes where people tried to reenact early technological feats like Stonehenge, erecting an obelisk etc. We don't really know how such feats were achieved. David Roth asked if it followed that the technology used must be non-degradable, so that there can be evidence of it? Trevor Palmer said that if they could do things that we cannot explain, we must understand that they were cleverer than we give ...
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264. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Similar dating techniques have dated tools in Zaire as 90,000 years old, although the actual implements look much more modern. A new French cave discovery of a partially burned bear bone associated with an artificial structure has been dated at 47,600 years, 15,000 years older than any other human cave traces. New measurements at Stonehenge suggest it was started 5,000 years ago, 500 years earlier than previously thought, and the bulk of the building was completed in a much quicker time than the 1000 years usually assigned to it. Occasionally, however, radiocarbon dating, by showing an object to be much younger than thought, proves it to be a fake ...
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265. 'Worlds in Collision' After Heinsohn [Journals] [SIS Review]
... pointing out that the larger context of the phrase Lo, the land turns like a potter's wheel,/ The robber owns riches, [the noble] is a thief' [Lichtheim p. 151] shows that it is simply a metaphorical description of the upturned social order' [Forrest, Bob, A Guide to Velikovsky's Sources, Stonehenge Viewpoint, 1987, p. 11]. Velikovsky is on stronger ground with the Ermitage Papyrus, the Magical Papyrus Harris and the Papyrus Anastasi IV [W in C pp. 107 and 128-9]. The elimination of a First Intermediate Period' as candidate for the times described by them strengthens his case for a celestial cause of ...
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... easy for Mewhinney and others to find them on a globe. Questions about their antiquity are thus quite beside the principal point at issue here. (In any case, the kind of logic by which any important site "must" have been "an urban center" is unfamiliar to me. Does this logic apply to Dodona? To Stonehenge?) Mr. Mewhinney argues on and on about this and that, but there is nothing in these latest remarks of his that would require any change whatsoever in my previous comments (see KRONOS IX:2 , pages 97-99). The one thing that is both new and noteworthy here is that back in only the second sentence ...
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267. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... buried there were cremated and date from 4800 to 3200 BC. Now a new tomb has been found from the same period and close by but the bodies were simply buried and most artefacts have no counterparts in the original cemetery. Were there two different cultures living together? Over in south-west England a new megalithic ceremonial site twice the size of Stonehenge has been discovered. It dates from between 3000 and 1500 BC and consisted of three stone circles, the largest of which was surrounded by an enormous ditch within which were nine concentric circles of pits. These were used to hold huge upright timbers but whether the structure was ever roofed is unknown. Further west, researchers at a tenth ...
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268. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Review]
... only by the precise accord of rock art images to experimental and simulated forms, but also by the detailed correspondences of images in different parts of the world. He only needed to adjust for the different lines of sight to obtain remarkably accurate overlays. An example of this is seen below, in a category of images Peratt calls the "Stonehenge" type. Here, Peratt overlays a carved granite petroglyph in Northeastern Arizona with a "Wandjina" pictograph in Northeastern Australia. To adjust for divergent lines of sight, he digitally tilted the latter 45.3 degrees. Then the fit was perfect. The overlay is so exact that the only way I could illustrate this was to ...
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269. A New Theory of Celtic Festivals [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 48-49. 34. Marie Herbert, The Snow People, Pan, London, 1973, p. 208. 35. Ibid., p. 75. 36. Ibid., p. 130. 37. Ibid., p. 183. 38. Ibid., p. 226. 39. Gaynor Francis, The First Stonehenge, Christopher Davies, Swansea, 1986, p. 21. \cdrom\pubs\journals\workshop\w1995no1\06new.htm ...
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270. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... people resembling Polynesians and Papuans, and Maori stone implements and carved wooden clubs like those of the Marquesans have been found all over South America. Have these old discoveries been satisfactorily explained or just conveniently stored away in dusty corners? Lost cities The Toronto Star 12.4 .98, The Daily Mail 25.4 .98 An Arabian Stonehenge' has been discovered in Yemen. An array of 7 metre high granite megaliths, deriving from a quarry 50km away, was erected 4,500 years ago and set up with sacrificed children beneath them. There was also a cache of copper-bronze tools. In Bolivia the recent search for Atlantis did not find its objective, not surprisingly ...
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