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... also involved in the founding of the Belgian resistance, but after the war he was invalided out of the air force and sent away to peacefully die, I understand, in the South of France as he was in such bad condition, but that was in 1949, and he is still very much with us. In this period, strangely enough at the same time as Velikovsky was developing his theories, René also got interested in catastrophism and began to research into it. Amongst other links with Velikovsky, he introduced Velikovsky to Claude Schaeffer- most of you will have read his obituary in the SIS REVIEW in the last issue but one- and he was also involved in ...
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112. Stories of Radioactivity and Mutations [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... that they point to the conditions of the immediately preceding time which may have. Radioactivity The Old Testament seems to some to tell of certain times when there was a preoccupation with radioactive materials as if such would become periodically available and be treated as holy following a time of physical upheaval. Velikovsky may have been the first to notice that the strange material, shamir, may have been radioactive [4 ,5 ]. Shamir had to be kept in a container made of lead because it would burst open that made of any other metal such as iron [6 ]. The breast plate of the high priest was engraved by first writing with ink and then exposing the writing to ...
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113. Mysterious Circles [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... temerity, to suggest that the cause of the shapes has much to do with the presence of electrical forces, which is perhaps even more shocking to conventional scientists than ideas about extra-terrestrial intelligences. The surprising result of Dr. Meaden's views is that he can also offer a reasonable scientific explanation for the observations of flying saucers of metallic appearance, strange lights, humming noises and the inexplicable' stopping of car engines, which most scientists would ignore or ascribe to hoaxes or an over-excited imagination. The circles phenomenon can be observed at the present time and photographed in gorgeous colour, so it is not as easy for this to be ignored as in the case of scientifically uncomfortable events which ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 28  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/w1990no1/32myst.htm
114. The Shrine of Baal-Zephon [Journals] [Aeon]
... ," they did not cross any seas, lakes, or marshes. Neither did they cross any seas, lakes, or marshes when they turned back toward Egypt to stop at Pi-ha-hiroth. And yet, when they left Pi-ha-hiroth to continue on their way, their route was blocked by a "sea" which they had to cross under strange and catastrophic circumstances. If they did not have to cross this "sea" going out of Egypt, and did not have to cross it coming back toward Egypt, why did they have to cross this "sea" the third time. As described in Exodus and elsewhere in the Old Testament, these events do not seem to ...
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... more we reflect upon the peculiarity of the thought the more improbable does it seem that primitive man could have invented the story, and the necessity of a vapor heaven becomes apparent as it becomes a philosophic story, and a harmonious link in the golden chain of testimony which reflects a heaven "close to the earth". Mankind thus seems strangely consistent and insistent in the one important celestial feature which above all other considerations demands a reason even if it does compel us to abandon some of our cherished ideas. We can readily understand how the primordial heaven thus constituted became the Deity in the eyes of all men, and as the omnipotent Creator or Fashioner of all things: And ...
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116. The Fall of Imperial Egypt [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Ethiopian epoch beside the Ramesside. Thus, during the time of Shabaka and Tirhaka, the Aton-city built by Akhnaton in Nubia, Gem-Aton, continued to be a major centre, with its Aton-temple simply being redesigned as the temple of "Amon, Lord of Gem-Aton". (16) Early in the 20th century Breasted drew attention to this strange anomaly, remarking that the Nubian city bore the same name as the major Aton temple erected by Akhnaton in Thebes: "The name of the Theban temple of Aton therefore furnished the name of the Nubian city, and there can be no doubt that Ikhenaton was its founder, and that he named it after the Theban temple of his ...
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... From: The Riddle of the Earth by Appian Way CD Home | Contents Chapter XI When The Comet Fell GEOLOGISTS' STRANGE IDEAS ON THE DRIFT AGE THERE is little in common with the views of geologists in regard to the Drift, and the conclusions reached in this work. Much as astronomers talk lightly of a comet having an orbit of 100,000 years, so do geologists talk of an Ice Age or several Ice Ages, with sub-tropical interludes between, and ascribe a period of anything up to 600,000 years for the prevalence of this Ice Age, associated with the Drift. It was a sudden and violent episode which in the main lasted only a few ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 27  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/earth/11-comet.htm
... no saka-moto . . . sono sakamoto naru momo no mi wo mi, etc.) 81The t'ao (peach) has a doublet in the k'lung-tree just mentioned. This tree is also the special property of Si Wang-Mu,82who bestows its leaves and blossoms. [Si Wang-llTn and her consort Tung Wang-Kung, the East King-lord, bear a strange resemblance to Izanami and Izanagi, having been the first created and creating results of the powers of Nature in their primary process of development.83] There is a tradition among the Subbas (or Sabaeans) of Mesopotamia that a leaf once fell from the heavens with a divine message.84 Here we seem to get behind the Sibylline ...
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... all the races which went out from this heavenly land, this land of high intelligence, this land of the master race, it was remembered down through the ages, and dwelt upon and sung of until it moved upward from the waters of the Atlantic to the distant skies, and became a spiritual heaven. And the ridges which so strangely connected it with the continents, east and west, became the bridges over which the souls of men must pass to go from earth to heaven. For instance: The Persians believe in this bridge between earth and paradise. In his prayers the penitent in his confession says to this day I am wholly without doubt in the existence of ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 27  -  19 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/donnelly/ragnarok/p4ch1-8.htm
... eruption elsewhere. Eruptions vary considerably in force. Frequently after the premonitory symptoms of explosions the mountain quietens down without expelling lava, and is termed an abortive eruption. Others again shatter the mountain as in the case of Krakatoa and Mount Pele'e, Martinique. In the event of a major eruption, sometimes without any preliminary warning other than a strange stillness and oppressive heat-as in the case of an approaching earthquake-it begins with a sudden and violent crash, a blast which strikes terror in the heart of everyone. The mountain is invariably at such a moment concealed by a great black or sulphurous cloud. Accompanying such a blast there is an earthquake which may continue intermittently for days, but ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 27  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/comet/302-eruptions.htm
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