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81. The Sword in the Stone [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ], at least on the geological evidence' [6 ]. Astonishingly then, the discovery of bronze seems to have taken place in Britain, launching the Bronze Age revolution. That, for Dayton, seems to be what the geological evidence tells us. The wealth of the Wessex culture, that branch of Beaker culture responsible for raising Stonehenge, speaks eloquently, for Dayton, of the importance of Britain as a supplier of bronze, of raw material and finished artefacts, in the Early Bronze epoch: Was Wessex the middleman in the trade in Cornish and Devon coppers and bronzes to Europe, at the same time that trade existed in palstaves between England and northern Portugal and ...
82. Magnetism and Axial Tilts [Books] [de Grazia books]
... years ago (after the last of the catastrophic shifts, as argued by Velikovsky) seem to have remained fixed in relation to the present skies, while those built before then appear to have moved. Certain claims of "fixed" structures warrant study. The most famous is the Great Pyramid in Egypt. Recently, the Stonehenge megalithic "astronomical observatory" has also been widely discussed. The age of the Great Pyramid of Ghiza is in question. It has been ascribed to around 3200 B.C . and to other times. But no one suggests that it was built after 687 B.C . or for that matter after 1450 B.C . ...
83. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... whenever he reigned) to the time of the Essenes at Qumran, it is undeniable that he has pointed out some very strong connections. We enjoyed a stimulating and thought-provoking afternoon. with new insights on the Qumran community and their unexpected links to Egypt as revealed by the Copper Scroll. David Fairbairn Autumn Meeting New Directions for the Interpretation of Stonehenge' On 18th October in room 2C at The University of London Union. Doors open at 10.00am. A hot lunch (from 12.30-2.00) can be purchased from the bar and refreshments will be available from 3.30-4.00pm - followed by time for more in-depth discussion until 4.50pm. Doors ...
84. Horizons [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Annually (four issues): $12.00; overseas (airmail) $18.00. Volume IV, Nos. 1 and 2 arrived as we were closing for press, and contain an important contribution by Peter James on the synchronisations of the Amarna period as well as articles on the temperature of Venus and the function of Stonehenge, among other things. Kronos' scholarship is as provocative as ever, and the journal remains essential reading. PHENOMENA, The News Journal of Cosmic Influence Research, Box 6229, Toronto A, Canada. One year (6 issues): $15.00 everywhere. With a more embracing sub-title, a larger P.O ...
85. The Dawn of Astronomy: A Study of the Temple-Worship and Mythology of the Ancient Egyptians [Books]
... by the Egyptian Astronomers at Different Epochs 307 Temple and Temenos Walls of Tanis 82 The Temples at Tell el-Amarna 322 Temple and Temenos Walls of Saïs (Sa-el-Hagar) 83 Apis (two forms of) 330 The Temple near the Sphinx, looking West (True), showing its Relation to the South Face of the Second Pyramid 84 Mnevis 331 Stonehenge, from the North 90 The Two Great Pyramids at the Time of the Inundation 332 Stonehenge restored 91 The Step-Pyramid of Sakkarah 334 Plan of St. Peter's at Rome, showing the Door facing the Sunrise 96 The Pyramid of Mêdûm 335 St. Peter's at Rome; Façade facing the East (True) 97 The "Blunted Pyramid" ...
86. Editorial [Journals] [Horus]
... we understand if they prepare for battle while Venus is invisible. But we can also expect the training period to be 90 days in light of the 90 days allowed for superior conjunction invisibility in the astronomical records. But even in modern times we have 90-day training periods during the Civil War and World War II. Alban Wall's article "The Stonehenge: What is it?" explains how the Stonehenge was used as a calendar, including the phases of the Moon. This reminded me that not too long ago, our own calendars also included phases of the Moon, and of the old tradition of planting by the Moon. Then it occurred to me that the calendar used by ...
87. The Pentagram of Venus [Journals] [Horus]
... 7). The 28 points invite comparison with the lunar zodiac and the lunar sidereal period of 27.32 days. Since the moon was observed relative to the stellar background in those times, this suggests that they may have linked the Venusian and Lunar calendars. And granting that the 56 (2 x 28) Aubrey holes at the Stonehenge represented the zodiac, we can envision a stone every 22nd hole to mark the conjunctions of Venus. Figure 7 - The Artificial Insertion The Venus/Earth orbital ratio of 73/45 1.622222... Since 365/225 gives exactly the same value, we use the synodic equation to compute the corresponding synodic period. ...
... The Golspie Stone may surely be accounted as a guide and warning to future generations of this so great an event. Supporting evidence that the calendar was reconstructed after the Flood and that such reconstruction took place in Britain is probably indicated by the alignment of certain stones of the great Keswick Circle in Cumberland (land of the Cimbri) and at Stonehenge. In these two astronomical temples, owing to the position of certain sighted stones, there was observed what has been considered to have been a May-November year. Dr. Waddell says from personal observations of Keswick's existent 38 stones, that Nos. 5 and 22 intersect at the present Summer Solstice, and agree with Nos. 14 and ...
89. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... A further discovery of evidence of a Stone Age tool-making culture, dated at over 1 million years ago, has been announced by Soviet archaeologists. The site is embarrassingly far from Leakey's Kenyan cradle of mankind; the Lena river in Yakutsk is in the remote wilderness of eastern Siberia and one of the coldest places on Earth! New Evidence from Stonehenge source: NEW SCIENTIST 5.4 .84, pp. 12- 17 The function of Stonehenge as an astronomical observatory is being called into question recently, as evidence mounts that patches of scrub or forest (still present even at times of predominant grassland) would make clear sightings of the Sun or Moon impossible. The evidence comes ...
90. The Ninsianna tablets, a preliminary reconstruction [Journals] [SIS Review]
... day year is confirmed but this was a count of Babylonian days per Babylonian year, any change in the absolute spin rate of the Earth being minimal. A secondary outcome of the analysis is a major disruption of the orthodox system of precessional dating, permitting synchronisation of the Phaeton and the Exodus episodes, together with the somewhat unexpected finding that Stonehenge can be added to the world list of ancient monuments which have their origin in these disturbances. Method and Assumptions The Ninsianna' or Venus tablets of Ammisaduqa' have been the subject of much previous study [1 ]. The present analysis is based on Rose and Vaughan's reading of the tablets [2 ]. The basic (Babylonian ...
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