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... 1 7, and the date of prt Spdt on II smw (Payni) 1 as necessarily falling in the same year, 238 BC, the one on March 7 and the other on July 19.(25) Yet one has but to read any of the three texts Greek, Demotic, or hieroglyphic- to learn that the festival had already been celebrated in Year 9.(26) The simple explanation is that the Decree's events were dated not by the Egyptian calendar, with Year 9 beginning in I 'ht (Thoth) 1, but by the Macedonian regnal year that began before Thoth 1 and consequently overlapped parts of two Egyptian calendar years. In all three versions, be it noted, the Macedonian month and day are given first after the year and are followed by their equivalent in the Egyptian calendar. The most recent and thorough discussion of the chronology of the period is that by A. E. Samuel.(27) He has shown conclusively, in my opinion that the first year of Euergetes I was a very short one ...
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227. No title [Thoth Website]
... THOTH An Electronic Catastrophics Newsletter VOL I, No. 1 January 25, 1997 EDITOR: Michael Armstrong PUBLISHER: Walter Radtke CONTENTS: WELCOME.... Michael Armstrong WORLD CONFERENCE REPORT...Walter Radtke SATURN THEORY OVERVIEW...David Talbott PLANETS, STARS AND PLASMA PHYSICS...Wallace Thornhill ARCTIC CLIMATE SHIFTS...Clark Whelton WELCOME By Michael Armstrong ( Quote of the day: The idols of the pagan world are, in fact, congealed history, and will some day be intelligently studied as such. Ignatius Donnelly, "Ragnarok: The age of fire and gravel", 1883. Welcome to the kickoff issue of the THOTH catastrophics electronic newsletter published by Kronia Communications. It has been over 46 years since Immanuel Velikovsky published his revolutionary Worlds in Collision and conditions are right for a sea-change in our world view. By virtue of the space exploration efforts and the ongoing march of science and technology, there have been an overwhelming number of developments and discoveries in the various disciplines, virtually all of which ...
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228. Astronomical Dating and Calendrics [Aeon Journal $]
... : This concerns a report containing a fixed date (see accompanying table) which has no link with history, since the alleged ruler of the time, Thutmose III, was allocated to this period by Egyptologists in order to harmonize the document in question with their "Sothic period." Once again, this is a report of no reliable chronological value. 5. The Ebers Papyrus: This not only describes a calendar year of only 360 days, but also one which does not start on the first day of the month of Thoth. This information confirms that which is contained in the Canopus Decree, according to the evidence of which an Egyptian calendar that went unchanged for 1460 years has never existed. Besides, since it is not even possible to read the name of a pharaoh in the text, this celebrated document is, again, of no chronological use. 6. The Illahun Papyrus: This is a scrap of material, yet to receive full publication, on which the historiography of the so-called Middle Kingdom is made to depend. No pharaoh is ...
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229. LIVING WITH ELECTRICITY [Quantavolution Website]
... goose, Greek 'chen', was known to the Egyptians as 'chenchenur', the great cackler. At Rome, geese were sacred to Juno; they gave warning of the Gauls' night attack on the Capitol. In the 1939 -1945 war, pheasants in country districts of England gave reliable early warning of the approach of German aircraft. We have already met the hoopoe with its erectile crest. The ibis was a symbol to the Egyptians of the electrical god, because of its skill at killing snakes, and to the ibis Thoth owes the shape of his head. Thoth armed the gods for their victory over Set. The ichneumon, or mongoose, was sacred to the Egyptians because of a similar skill, that of finding crocodile eggs, and the mongoose is known for its ability to catch snakes. The jackal is sab in Egyptian. I suggest that this may be related to the Latin 'sapere', to be wise. Anubis was the jackal-headed god. Ambitious politicians and military men copied the priestly practice of dressing up in the skins of animals ...
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... based on the assumption of a fixed calendar. In view of the anomalous chronology which has resulted from the application of the Sothic theory, it would seem that the simplest explanation lies in the probability of error in this assumption of an unaltered calendar in Egypt through the period from 2000 B.C. to 140 A.D. There is also considerable evidence to indicate that the first month of the Egyptian calendar did not remain unaltered during this period. By the year 721 B.C., and probably as early as 851 B.C., the month Thoth was the first month of the Egyptian calendar.(28) From inscriptions dealing with New Year ceremonies of an earlier era, Brugsch deduced that the month Hathor was the first month of the year at this earlier period.(29) The Ebers papyrus definitely gives the month Menkhet as the first month of the year.(30) In the XXth Dynasty, Hathor is the 4th month and Mesorii is the first.(31) The ease with which the calendar could be altered is indicated by the fact that both ...
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231. As the Cross of the Cardinal Points [Migration of Symbols (Book)] [Books]
... (Plate II). But the cardinal points still retained their importance. The sky goddess Nut was depicted bending over the earth, usually, but not always, with her head to the west and her loins to the east; her arms and legs were the four pillars of the sky. Similarly the legs of the Celestial cow of Nut and Hathor represented the four quarters. The four Horuses of the horizon were guardians of the four' quarters, or Osiris or Horus presided over the south, Set over the north, Thoth over the west and Sapdi over the east. At an earlier period, as has been indicated, Osiris was the "first of the Westerners" and Re the god of the East. In the Pyramid Texts, 204-6, Set is King of the South and Horus King of the North. 9 Dr. S. Birch has translated an Egyptian "magical text", which refers to four mansions, each four stories high, situated at Abydos, and gives the explanation: There are four mansions of life. Osiris ...
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... 365 days would coincide with their astronomical year of 365 .25 days only every 1460 years. Censorinus, a Roman author, said that this time period was called a "great year", 'heliacal year" or the year of the God". (Censorinus also described a "cataclysmic" year which was the time between two world catastrophes.) He also said that Sothis was the Egyptian name for Sirius, and that the "great years" begin with the heliacal rising of Sirius on the first morning of the month called Thoth. Heliacal rising designates the rising of a star just prior to sunrise when it is first seen again to the naked eye after its rising has been obscured by the brilliance of sunlight. If a calendar has only 365 days a year instead of 365.25, every four years the calendar is short one day. Therefore, with this calendar, the heliacal rising of a star would occur one day later every four years. Losing one day every four years would make a star rise heliacally on the same day only every 1460 actual ...
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... bank of the Nile, discovered in the north-western portion of the mound the remains of a temple. From the reliefs found inside it was judged that it had been built by Sethos, and the temple received the name "Sethos-Temple". In 1930 continuing excavations revealed, in the back of the structure, an architrave with the name of Ramses II; later a dedicatory inscription of Merneptah was found cut into the outer facade: in it Merneptah claimed to have completed the structure and to have dedicated it to the deity, presumably Thoth. (1) In the conventional scheme Sethos' reign comes at the end of the Nineteenth Dynasty, following that of Merneptah. Clearly, if Merneptah completed the temple and dedicated it then Sethos could not have participated in its construction. Scholars nevertheless concluded that Sethos must in some sense have completed the building that had already been finished and dedicated by Merneptah. This awkward explanation came to be accepted because the conventional chronology made it necessary. (2) In the revised scheme Sethos is shown to belong to the beginning of ...
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234. "Let There be Light" [Kronos $]
... " Why would it be said that the Sun was as resplendent as the Sun? But why, then, did the ancients themselves confuse Saturn with the Sun?-- for there is no doubt that the later Egyptians, who passed the fallacy on to the Greeks, looked upon Ra as the embodiment of the solar energy. The answer to this riddle, as to many others of similar kind, is best illustrated by the story of Thamus, a mythological king of Egypt, who, with the following words, reproached Thoth for having invented writing:" 'Most ingenious Theuth [Thoth... one man has the ability to beget arts but the ability to judge of their usefulness or harmfulness... belongs to another; and now you, who are the father of letters, have been led by your affection to ascribe to them a power the opposite of that which they really possess. For this invention will produce forgetfulness in the minds of those who learn to use it, because they will not practice their memory. Their trust in ...
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... p.169. 46. Ibid., p.170. 47. Note: Before the Babel incident of Genesis chapter 11, Scripture informs us: "Now the whole earth had one language and few words" (11:1). 48. The Babylonians have a legend of a god-like being, Oannes, whom they believed to have been the original instructor of mankind. An old Babylonian account says that "for six days he instructed Alorus." The place occupied by Oannes in Babylonian stories is, in Egyptian tradition taken by Thoth. The Egyptian maintained that it was Thoth, "the lord of wisdom," who taught mankind to write. 49. Ginzberg, op. cit., p.195. 50. Wiseman, op. cit. [45, p.66. Occasional Publications Series A list of the titles complete with prices is now being prepared. Members seeking further information should contact Derek Shelley-Pearce at the address given on page 1. \cdrom\pubs\journals\workshop\w1987no2\03book.htm ...
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... and cites all of his sources. It is not so easy to explain the parallels between Velikovsky and Beaumont. Velikovsky never mentioned or cited Beaumont. Could Velikovsky have read and forgotten Beaumont's books? His method of proof is entirely different; practically everything-- style, format, language, method, and evidence-- is different; only the conclusions are the same. And I should stress that when Deg came into possession of the Beaumont materials, he found them mostly unusable for methodological and theoretical reasons; Beaumont's stress upon Thoth, however, helped convince Deg that a catastrophic age ought to be assigned to the god Hermes and the Planet Mercury. Moreover, with regard to both Velikovsky and de Grazia, too many of Beaumont's conclusions are the same as theirs to explain them as sheer coincidence. I guess that either in the 1920's or 1930's when V. was in Palestine, the books, published in England and dealing with matters of interest to the Near East, made an appearance in the bookstores and were seen by V. A second possibility ...
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... to concede the alternative transliteration suggested, and I am grateful to Aaronson for being kind enough to forgive me my ignorance. I would humbly suggest, however, that even one as ignorant as myself knows better than to suggest that a minor king of Egypt living at Heracleopolis in the Faiyum would presume to call himself by a god's name. Would Aaronson like to give me another example in the whole history of the ancient world where a king was named as a god? I do not recall any kings of Egypt called Amun or Thoth, nor do I seem to remember a king Ashur or Ninurta or perhaps a king El or Baal? Of course there are kings called Imn-htp (Amunhotep- "Amun is content") and Dhwtyms-nfr-hpr (Thutmose III- "Thoth is born beautiful-of-forms"), as indeed their is our old friend Tukulti-Ninurta (" Ninurta is my helper") and Ishbaal (" man of Baal"), but never just the god's name on its own- I thought everybody knew that and, if not, common sense would ...
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238. The Hermes Connection [Aeon Journal $]
... the Hindu Siva (Shiva). A revitalization of the hermetic legends in Egypt was brought to full fruition by Seti the Great of the Tanitic Dynasty-- in the second half of the 7th century B.C., according to the historical reconstruction of Velikovsky. Seti's royal name was taken from the dark god Set, another Saturnian image or avatar, whom Wallis Budge claimed was equated with Hermes/Mercury, (12) although this identification stems from the late Ptolemaic period. Seti's formalized regnal association was with the comparable Egyptian deity Thoth (12a), who is equated with Hermes. (13) Thus, Velikovsky's historiographic analysis is supported by this association. A comparison of a "dark god" with other ancient attributes pertaining to a bright effulgence presents a duality often encountered in myth. In Roman lore, for example, the Siva-like god of beginnings and endings, who was secondary only to Jupiter (Zeus), was the two-faced Janus Bifrons who also wore the broad-brimmed hat, the petasus. This Janus evolved into a solar deity and became associated ...
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... that Coptic is a Semitic language". I know of no Egyptologists or Semitists who call Coptic Semitic. What Talbott may be thinking of is the fact that Amharic, the language of the Copts of Ethiopia (in which context, of course, "Copts" means "Christians" rather than "speakers of Egyptian"), is both geographically African and linguistically Semitic. A third error, this one non-linguistic, occurs on p. 33, where Talbott discusses the Greek god "Hermes, identical in all respects to Egypt's Thoth". Here he exaggerates, to say the least. Were he right, Hermes would have had to be ibis-headed. Yet not only were none of the Greek gods animal-headed, but it was precisely the theriomorphy of the Egyptian deities that the Greeks found most grotesque about Egyptian religion. In other cases, Talbott's statements are, if not erroneous, at least misleading. One such source of potential misunderstanding occurs on p. 28, where he refers to "whatever Greek dialects were spoken in ancient Macedonia". It is ...
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240. GODS FIRE: [Quantavolution Website]
... , as many surmised. It denotes a young ox, an ox in the full vigour of its youth." [30 The only reason I can offer for this modification of the universal cow-bull theme is that the Israelites knew that the comet was a young body in the sky. It had not been known to them for long. The bison and bull, always with a divine celestial connection, had been worshipped and were sacred since time immemorial [31. Zeus, the thunderbolter, assumed the image of the bull. Thoth (or Hermes or Mercury) took the image of a ram, afterwards. Figure 7. Moses' Tablets and Golden Calf Heretics. La Somme le Roy, ca. A. D. 1295 British museum Add. MS 54180, folio 5v) Zeus, it will be recalled, had fathered and mothered Athene who was the Greek planet Venus. The new heavenly body, the Messiah, would take the form of a calf. The Venus connection is obvious, with Baal, then, being Venus. And for ...
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... in the calendar of people far to the south where the pattern of seasonal change is quite different. It is false inference to assume that, because their names for the seasons were different, the ancient Egyptians were unaware of environmental cues to seasonal change other than the highly variable stages of the Nile inundation. The point about the Moon was raised to show that the concept of measurement has astronomical reference from the earliest times. Whether it was originally associated with the present moon is not at issue and I assume that the identification of Thoth with the planet Mercury may help clarify the problem. Thoth was clearly a measurer who "computed the times and seasons," (See Budge, E.A.W., Book of the Dead, New York: 1960, p. 343) suggesting that Mercury may once have played a role not unlike that of the Moon in relation to the Earth, giving rise to similar calendric use. But it is difficult to understand why the concept of astronomical measurement is considered to be insufficiently "prepossessing" when the achievement of controlled agriculture ...
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242. IGNIS E COELO [Mythopedia Website]
... is lauded with the words: O Morning Star, Horus of the Netherworld, divine falcon whom the sky bore [30 As a falcon, too, Horus defeated the serpentine Set [31. The association between Horus and the colour red was particularly well known. The god bore the epithet Hor-tesher, ‘ the red Horus ’ [32. Harakhte, a form of Horus, has been identified with the planet Mars [33. Other Egyptian bird-gods were Shu, identical with the goose which laid the world egg [34, Thoth, who had the head of an ibis [35, and the Bennu or Phoenix, but the latter is not a thunder bird in the strict sense of the world, although it is closely related to the phenomenon of fire. Cochrane and Talbott have argued that Shu and Horus are equally clear-cut representatives of the Mars-god, both of them closely related to the Greek Ares and Heracles, for example [36. It is interesting to learn that Impundulu was also believed to be the servant of death of the supreme being, ...
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... name was Isokos (15). The same pharaoh, however, is also named 'Susakos" by Josephus, and this is the name given him in the Septuagint too (16). And Jewish legend reads: "Shishak. His real name was Zebub, 'fly', and he is called Shishak (from Shuk, 'desire') because he longed for the death of Solomon whom he feared to attack." Finally, the name "Tuthmosis" is but the Greek version of the Egyptian name Dhwty-ms, meaning "Thoth is born" (18). Could it be that the name "Zebub" (fly) was also not the real name of the pharaoh, as assumed by Jewish legend, but an expression of the bewilderment and hatred of the beleaguered citizens who looked with abhorrence from their walls at the fantastic creature on the royal standard in the middle of the Egyptian army? It may be worth mentioning, too, that Gardiner himself draws attention to the fact that "royal names are apt to be incredibly distorted", even ...
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... is accompanied by thunder and the shrieking wind. This is the "voice" of God. Somewhere above the sky a mighty penis reaches an orgasm that shakes the heaven...As saliva can be seen mixed with breath during forceful human speech, so the "speaking" of the divine penis is accompanied by a powerful blast of wind, the holy, creative spirit, bearing the "spittle" of semen. This "spittle" is the visible "speech" of God... (49) In fact the Egyptian Thoth, whom the theologians of Hermopolis accepted as "the true universal Demiurge," was believed to have "accomplished the work of creation by the sound of his voice alone." It was he, according to this particular theology, who was responsible for the hatching of the world-egg. (50) But since, as we have elsewhere seen, (51) the Word was synonymous with light-- and the sources really say nothing about the fructifying rain-- so must the Seed have been. The "mighty ...
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245. Thanatos and Anastasis [Aeon Journal $]
... by Set and the right to the throne of Egypt...Osiris was vindicated, and he was pronounced Ôjustified,' that is, Ôtrue,' or Ôrighteous of voice'" (Pyr. 316-318). (46) Once the verdict in favor of Osiris was delivered-- from that time forward the idea of truth was associated with [him and he became the god of truth, and of those who spoke the truth. Moreover, Osiris, having been declared true of word, or true of voice, by Thoth, went up into heaven, and reigned there as king. He also became judge of the dead [and had the power and the knowledge necessary for "weighing" [the words of men when they should be tried at the last judgment. (47) Though Jesus was ultimately crucified, Pilate could find no fault with him and "washed his hands of this innocent man's blood." Later, Jesus was even termed the "Sun of Righteousness." (48) Jesus and Osiris both came to preside over ...
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... the movements of the planet Venus. This view is almost certainly incorrect and has had a retarding influence upon a proper understanding of ancient Egyptian religious development. Also undermined by this new understanding of Sothis as Venus is the logic behind the identifications of other celestial bodies mentioned in the Pyramid Texts, including S3h and Horus as the Morning Star. Indeed, we would suggest a thorough reevaluation of all astral identifications in the most ancient Egyptian texts, including such apparently obvious celestial bodies as those typically assigned to Ra (the Sun), Thoth (the Moon), and the circumpolar stars. Until now the study of the most ancient texts has been governed by a uniformitarian approach to the ancient cosmos; namely, the belief that the currently most prominent celestial bodies must have been uppermost in the ancients' minds as well. The latter belief is demonstrably erroneous. A new approach to the ancient traditions is warranted, one free from preconceptions based upon the current arrangement of the solar system. The key to these researches, as always, must be the comparative method ...
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247. Astral Kingship [Aeon Journal $]
... Sed festival ceremony...served to neutralize the forces threatening peace" in the minds of the Egyptian populace who retained "the faint memory of past struggles" involving the unification of Egypt and feared a disintegration of that political stabilization and peace. (117) This purely sociological and earthbound interpretation of the Sed festival, on the part of Montet, falls flat, however. Furthermore, he may have misconstrued the significance of an Old Kingdom Egyptian text which referred to the divinities Horus, Set, Osiris Khenti-irty, Isis, Nephthys and Thoth as a single entity within the framework of the Sed festival. In one chapter of the Pyramid Texts, the same deities are invoked, reviled and most strongly urged to return to their place of origin and the king is forbidden to welcome them. (118) Montet found it "difficult to understand why [such popular gods should have been treated so harshly." If these deities were originally planetary gods then it is not at all difficult to understand why they were entreated to "return to their place of origin. ...
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... Jupiter. (2) The one exception, of course, was Athena, whom Velikovsky identified with the planet Venus, rather than with the Moon as per the majority of classical writers. Here we must concur with Velikovsky's judgment, although one can only shudder at the thought of what course Velikovsky's work might have taken had he retained the lunar identification of Athena. Extrapolating from the Greek sources, Velikovsky identified the ancient Egyptian gods with the planetary regents of their Greek counterparts. Ra, accordingly, was identified with the sun; Thoth with Mercury; Hathor with Venus; and Horus with Jupiter. (3) The same strategy was also employed with regard to the pantheons of Mesopotamia and India. That there are problems with Velikovsky's approach to the ancient sources has been shown by Cardona, Mewhinney, and others. (4) These writers have documented that Velikovsky's research occasionally suffered from his penchant for drawing far-reaching conclusions from a minimum of hard evidence. Cardona, for example, in his series "Child of Saturn," has expressed doubt about Velikovsky's thesis ...
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249. Temple, Crown, Vase, Eye, and Circular Serpent [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... ., 51. Ibid., 17. Lacau, Traduction des textes ses Cerueils du Moyen Empire, 45. Reymond, The Mythical Origin of the Egyptian Temple, 311. Ibid., 311. Ibid., 311. Ibid., 305. "The Ideas of the Western Semites Concerning the Navel of the Earth", 15. Patai, Man and Temple, 116. Ibid., 84-85. The Great Mother, 159. Allegro, The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross, 25. Bleeker, Hathor and Thoth, 25. Budge, Osiris: the Egyptian Religion of Resurrection, Vol.II, 272. Budge, The Gods of the Egyptians, Vol. I, 462. Levy, Religious Conceptions of the Stone Age, 117. Budge, The Egyptian Book of the Dead, 260. Cited in Bleeker, op. cit., 25. Pritchard, ed., Ancient Near Eastern Texts, 5. Frankfort, Kingship and the Gods, 67. The Litany of Re, 25n. Sjöberg and Bergmann, op. cit ...
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250. Saturn's Cosmos [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... . Jung, Mysterium Coniunctionis, 281. Best, op. cit., Eggeling, The Satapatha Brahmana, Part II, 394. Brown, op. cit., Vol. I, 268. Preface to Perry, op. cit. Thousand Syllabled Speech, 127. "Die Schöpterische Mutter Göttin," 221-324. Patai, op. cit., 239. Evans-Wentz, The Tibetan Book of the Dead, 127. Pyramid Text 838. Budge, Egyptian Book of the Dead, 4. Bleeker, Hathor and Thoth, 48. Budge, From Fetish to God, 30; see also Pyramid Text 1607. Brugsch, Religion, 324. Mythological Papyri, 6. Piankoff, The Tomb of Ramesses VI, 92. See, for example, the use of the sign O in Budge, Papyrus of Ani, 71. Faulkner, op. cit., 258. Pyramid Text 990. Pyramid Text 532. Pyramid Text 1416. Pyramid Text 1688 Renouf, op. cit., 148. Budge, From Fetish to God, ...
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