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31. The Cosmic Origins Of Arthur (Book review) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2002:2 (Feb 2003) Home | Issue Contents The Cosmic Origins Of Arthur Arthur and Stonehenge: Britain's Lost History by Emmet J. Sweeney, 2001, Domra Publications, £6 95 Arthur - the Dragon King: The Barbaric Roots of Britain's Greatest Legend by Howard Reid, 2001, Headline, £18 99 Jill Abery These books both make an interesting and accessible read, approaching the legendary Arthur from completely different angles yet shedding light on it in a rational and believable manner. Both set the scene, reminding us of the details of the Arthurian legends as written in Mediaeval times but set in a Dark Age Britain and ...
32. The Earliest Arrival of Celts in the British Isles [Journals] [Kronos]
... P-Celts, whose language, though understood from Gaul to Bohemia, would not have been understood by the Q-Celts of Ireland.(20) Before leaving the subject of synchronization, we might do well to try to correlate the linguistic separations detailed above with the stages conventionally recognized for the construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction of the megalithic monument at Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain in England. Almost without exception, archeologists agree that Stonehenge I (consisting chiefly of earthworks) was built by non-Indo-Europeans - possibly ancestral to the Berbers or the Basques. But most of those who are willing to speculate about ethnicity believe that Stonehenge II and III (consisting chiefly of massive boulders) were built by Indo-Europeans ...
33. 2nd SIS Cambridge Conference Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... been punctuated by: (I ) Tunguska-like impacts, singly or as part of fireball swarms; (ii) freezing events of decadal duration, due to cometary dusting of the stratosphere; and (iii) occasional disastrous inundations of coastal areas due to small-body ocean impacts. 11:00 Dr Duncan Steel, Spaceguard Australia Before The Stones: Stonehenge I as a Cometary Catastrophe Predictor?Astronomical hypotheses for the purpose(s ) of megalithic monuments have mostly been implicitly based upon an assumption that the designers witnessed the same phenomena as those we observe in the sky today. This assumption is not well-based for phenomena having time-constants of order centuries or millennia, such as the populations of comets ...
34. Straka: Science or Anti-Science? [Journals] [Pensee]
... elements and simple molecules. Albert Burgstahler, professor of chemistry, University of Kansas, delivered a paper at the Velikovsky Symposium, August 16, 1972, at Lewis and Clark College, pointing out evidence for the presence of hydrocarbons in Venus' atmosphere. His paper will be printed in Pensée. This graph, taken from Frank Stevens' Stonehenge Today and Yesterday, shows those stones (not shaded) which were fallen before the work of reconstruction in 1958. The energy necessary for Venus to part by fission from Jupiter was discussed in the April, 1967, issue of Yale Scientific Magazine (pp. 12-15) by Professor Lloyd Motz and Velikovsky. The latter corrected the former's ...
35. Megaliths, Moon Cycles, and Movements of the Earth [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... determined by this nodal cycle with the refinement of a further wobble' in the lunar orbit which occurs approximately twice a year. Observers therefore have plenty of opportunity to determine the extreme points of the cycle and any associated eclipse pattern, unlike the once a year occasion of the solstice sunrise. Gerald Hawkins has made much of the evidence that Stonehenge was designed with this 18.6 year cycle in mind, and suggests that the supreme moment was an eclipse of the Moon when it rose over the Heelstone.(7 ) But this will only occur when the Moon is half way through a nodal cycle. What if the ancient watchers were, for some reason, more interested ...
36. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... To this evidence is added that of Alvarez et al in a review article in Science : deep-sea limestones exposed in Italy, Denmark and New Zealand "show iridium increases of about 30, 160 and 120 times, respectively, above the background level at precisely the time of the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinctions, 65 million years ago". PRIMORDIAL DRAGON - Stonehenge Viewpoint no 35 We last reviewed this publication in WORKSHOP no.3 (Nov. 1978) p.13. At that time we considered that although Stonehenge Viewpoint and the works of Dr. Velikovsky shared a common domain of interest in respect of their enquiries into mythological matters, nevertheless, the Velikovskian interpretation of mythology was a very ...
37. Index of Titles
... Basis of Egyptian Chronology, The Astronomical Dating and Calendrics Astronomy and Chronology: An Assessment Astronomy and Chronology Astronomy As Art Astrophysicist Finds New Scientific Meaning in Hamlet Aten - an Imaginative Reconstruction Atlantis Blueprint, The Atlantis Rising - Magazine Atlantis Rising Atlantis Secret, The Atlantis - The Lost Continent Finally Found Atlantis Atom and Oil, The Aubrey Holes of Stonehenge (Concluded), The Aubrey Holes Of Stonehenge, The Author's Note to the Editor's Note Autumn Meeting, The Available from Pacific Meridian Available from Pacific Meridian Avaris and El-Arish Avaris and the Land of Goshen Aviation Week & Space Technology B Baal-Manzer the Tyrian: A Reappraisal Baal-Manzer The Tyrian: A Reappraisal Baalim, The Babylonian Observations of Venus ...
38. Flawed Search [Journals] [Kronos]
... megalithic yards are stated, only for exceptions to be made immediately: "the sides of these triangles all had to be integers in megalithic yards", followed by "the builders discarded the rule that all radii must be integers". The third chapter, by Krupp, deals with the work by archaeo-astronomers and others on the site of Stonehenge, several of whose papers have appeared in Nature. In general the treatment is descriptive rather than critical, which may be misleading for the general reader. Analysis of Hoyle's claim that Stonehenge was an eclipse predictor has been published by Moir (Antiquity LIII, 124-128, 1979); he points out the problems of refraction, visibility, ...
39. Focus - Home & Abroad [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Workshop No. 3 (Nov 1978) Home | Issue Contents Focus - Home & Abroad Stonehenge Viewpoint is no longer available in this country but can still be obtained from 2821 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, California 93105. (Price $3 for six issues.) This magazine discusses phenomena of interest to the Velikovskian as was mentioned in Workshop II but having said this, it must be admitted that this is where any similarity between the two schools of thought ends. Stonehenge Viewpoint does indeed investigate such items as mythological swords, dragons and angel wings but the interpretation of such phenomena is not a Velikovskian one, but rather one that owes its ...
40. Newly Discovered Woodhenge Rivals Stonehenge [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1997:2 (Feb 1998) Home | Issue Contents Newly Discovered Woodhenge Rivals Stonehenge Fri, 14 Nov 1997 11:24:11 -0500 (EST) From: The Times, 11 November 1997 Archaeologists have discovered traces of a huge and elaborate wooden temple dating back 5,000 years. Nine concentric rings of oak pillars once stood on the site at Stanton Drew in Somerset, surrounded by an enormous ditch. All that can be seen today is a later stone circle. Such wooden henges are unique to Britain. Sir Jocelyn Stevens, chairman of English Heritage, said that Britain was apparently the only place in the ancient world here these ...
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