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... that these inscriptions clearly illustrated how the 26th Dynasty could not be the same as the 19th, as Velikovsky had claimed. On these three points then the latter part of Velikovsky's chronology was rejected by most of the British revisionists, although the earlier part (in Ages in Chaos vol. I) continued to be accepted by the majority. Strangely, however, another chronological revision has recently come to the fore - centred around the ideas of Professor Heinsohn - which would accept much of the latter part of Velikovsky's chronology, but would reject the earlier. How can these opposing schools of thought be reconciled? The present writer in fact holds by both parts of Velikovsky's chronology, and ...
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... no positive evidence of radical changes in climate or volcanic activity in the past 10,000 years, what explanations then can there be for the "Flood" accounts and other spectacular phenomena claimed by the ancients? While some of these tales may be just that, there is still some leeway for impressive sightings and events. Most of the strange sightings in the heavens were probably supernovae, unusually large solar flares interacting with the Earth's geomagnetic field, and abnormal cometary activity. We do know that the 1600-1900 period had a lot of "great comets", the likes of which this century hasn't seen for decades. The simultaneous appearance of these in different orbits, the breakup of ...
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223. Solar System Studies [Journals] [Aeon]
... other iron compounds than is postulated for Earth. The Martian magnetic field is far weaker than that of Earth despite its high spin rate. Mars has two very small satellites. The inner one circles Mars 3 times per day while the outer one takes about 6 hours more than a Martian day. The appearance of these two small satellites is strange. They are both potato shaped with dark dusty surfaces peppered with craters and gouges. At the very least the above facts seem consistent with the Velikovskian scenario, which has Mars engaging in celestial combat with other, larger planets, including the Earth. As will be documented in future essays in this symposium, a good deal of evidence ...
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... Newton finds 220 specific eclipses that are acceptable for study, with about 630 actual accounts of these 220 events. You might expect that the number of acceptable accounts increases as one approaches recent times, much as an archaeologist might expect more artifacts as he approaches the surface of his dig. But, just as a field archaeologist often discovers, strange gaps appear as one works upward. Newton uncovers three periods of history in which no usable solar eclipses occur: (1 ) July 26, 300 B. C. to August 7, 198 B. C.; (2 ) January 18, 120 A. D. to June 5, 143 A. D.; ...
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... of great repute. "From the discovery of two alabaster vases inscribed with the name of Ramses II in the tomb of Ahiram, we can deduce beyond any uncertainty [sans qu'il puisse subsister la moindre incertitude} that the tomb, the sarcophagus, and its inscription date from the thirteenth century before our era."7 "It is strange that there should be agreement on this dating of the thirteenth century because of two fragments with the name of Ramses II, though there is not the slightest reason for such dating [obwohl dazu am allerwenigsten Veranlassung ist]. After the tomb of Ahiram was robbed in the eighth to the seventh century and stood open, grave robbers in ...
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... Tanitic makes the modern view that separates these two branches of the Nile, placing one in the east and the other in the west of the Delta, very questionable. <RAMII_210.GIF> According to the Scriptures (Numbers 13:22), Tanis was founded seven years after Hebron. Its Hebrew name is Zoan. Strangely, its Egyptian name in the days of the Ramessides, whose capital it was, is unknown,1 and as Zane appears first in the Papyrus Wenamon, the date of which is definitely later.2 Isaiah (19:11, 13; 30:4 ). about the year -700, and Ezekiel (30:14 ...
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227. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... by Velikovsky. As Brian Moore points out elsewhere in this issue, this makes the book more than a little one-sided. As background to this we print here a piece by Frederic B. Jueneman which appeared in the American journal Industrial Research in August 1976, reporting on the situation as it was then. Carl Sagan and Immanuel Velikovsky make strange bedfellows, and their being bundled together under the covers of one book conjures up images of "worlds in collusion". But these are just two among several in the long awaited proceedings of the controversial symposium "Velikovsky's Challenge to Science", held at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Conference February 25, 1974 in San ...
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... I've seen actual photographs of the Ark", he said. When interviewed by Clifford Burdick, a geologist, Drake enlarged upon the subject: "[ Greene] was well equipped with cameras to photograph the terrain and pertinent phenomena. As he circled the north and northeast side of the mountain, [he] was startled to spot a strange anomaly, an object protruding from rock debris on a mountain ledge, with the striking similitude to the prow of a great ship, parallel wooden side planking and all. "There were six clear photographs, taken from different angles . . . "I will admit that I had never been much of a Bible believer, but these ...
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229. A Celtic Destruction Myth: 'Togail Bruidne Da Derga' [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... mead good and brown. I gave him ten thralls. I gave him ten nags. I gave him thrice nine hounds all-white in their silver chains. I gave him a hundred racehorses. There would be no abatement in his case though he should come again, and he on his part make to me a return. It would be strange if he were surly to me tonight when I reach his abode." None of this rings true; it is a thing contrived by a romanticizing editor engaged in making dramatic fiction out of a piece of history possibly incomprehensible to him. First, for "great fear" to fall on Conaire is unthinkable. No king of Irish ...
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... Joseph: "Why didst thou give them such peculiar names?" Benjamin: "In memory of my brother and his sufferings: Bela, because my brother disappeared among the peoples; Becher, he was the first-born son of my mother; Ashbel, he was taken away from my father; Gera, he dwells a stranger in a strange land; Naaman, he was exceedingly lovely; Ehi, he was my only brother by my father and my mother together; Rosh, he was at the head of his brethren; Muppim, he was beautiful in every respect; Huppim, he was slandered; and Ard, because he was as beautiful as a rose." ...
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