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176. Editor's Notes [SIS C&C Review $]
... 1987-) Horus (All issues); Kronos, the Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis (12v, 48i, 1975-1988); Pensée (All 10 issues, 1972-1975); SIS Review (19v, 40i, 1975-); SIS Workshop (16v, 44i, 1978-1995); SIS Internet Digest (3v, 6i, 1996-); The Velikovskian, the Journal of Myth, History, and Science (2v, 8i, 1993-1994). Internet: Cambridge Conference Network (325+ posts, 1997-); Thoth electronic newsletter (40i, 1997-); Kronia electronic mailing list (17300 posts, 1996-); Web sites: Aeon; Science Frontiers Newsletters (100i, 2000 reports); Society for Interdisciplinary Studies; TedHolden's. Books: Bulfinch's Mythology: the Age of Fable Or Stories of Gods and Heroes; The Antiquities of the Jews by Flavius Josephus; The Papyrus of Ani (The Egyptian Book of the Dead) translated by E.A. Wallis Budge; The Iliad by Homer translated by Samuel Butler; The Odyssey by ...
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177. Exodus [SIS C&C Review $]
... refers to the slaughtering of the FIRST BORN (eldest) sons of Whose Name is Hidden. This was the pseudonym of the dragon Apepi [11, the great comet of myth. The eldest was also known as the First Born God, the epithet of Horus, son of Osiris. In hymn 393 of the Pyramid Texts the sky is overcast, the stars are darkened, the celestial expanses shake (or explode) and the bones of the earth tremble... etc. Warshawky made a connection between the Judgement of Thoth and Moses receiving the Law on Mount Sinai and went on to suggest that the punishment of Seth, the Bull, being ridden by Osiris, is the same story as Balaam riding a donkey [12. As a result, Warshawky claimed the Pyramid Texts must have been written after the Exodus- either the Exodus preceded the Old Kingdom or the Texts were written after the end of the Middle Kingdom. The Exodus story has as its background a human migration from one land to another, involving what became known as Palestine. ...
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178. SIS Internet Digest 2001 Number 1 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Woman Who Wondered.. 11 Conference: Under One Sky.. 13 Cambridge-Conference Email Network.. 14 Maori Legends about Historical Impact Disaster.. 14 Impacts& Electromagnetic Pulse.. 14 Modern Origins of Flat Earth Theory.. 15 Stress& Chaos Form Tallest Mountains.. 15 Electrostatics& Dust on Eros.. 16 Only Solar Systems with Jupiters May Habour Life.. 16 Catastrophism! CD: Your help needed.. 17 Catastrophism! CD-Rom updated.. 17 Fifty years after Velikovsky's Worlds in Collision.. 17 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus.. 18 Year Two Thousand and One.. 18 The Thunderbolt in Myth and Symbol.. 18 Intersect 2001 Conference.. 20 Index.. 21 Sky Goddess Nut and "Chain of Arrows".. back cover ...
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179. The Thunderbolt in Myth and Symbol [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2001:1 (Jun 2001) Home¦ Issue Contents The Thunderbolt in Myth and Symbol Thoth Vol V, No. 1 Jan 15, 2001 A thunderstorm is a remarkable, often terrifying event. So it's not surprising that few scholars have paused to wonder about the prominent role of lightning in ancient mythology. [..Our comparative investigation has identified hundreds of recurring themes of myth, including numerous global images of lightning. [..Let us begin, therefore, with the most common ancient symbols of the divine thunderbolt. All of the unusual motifs listed below find wide distribution in the ancient world-- Motif #1: Lightning takes the form of a frightful weapon --a sword, arrow, mace, club, spear, axe, or hammer. #2: Lightning is an ancestral warrior, the hero god who defeated chaos monsters in primeval times. Lightning-hero and lightning-weapon are frequently synonymous. #3: Lightning appears as a great bird or "thunderbird" with heaven-spanning wings. #4: Lightning is ...
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180. Catastrophism! CD: Your help needed [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Velikovsky (10 points) Moons, Myths, and Man by HS Bellamy (10 points) Beyond Velikovsky by Henry Bauer (10 points) For more details, contact Ian Tresman, contact details on Page 1. More details on the Catastrophism! CD-Rom can be found in SIS Internet Digest, 1999:2 (page 10), and at Catastrophism! CD-Rom updated The Catastrophism! CD-Rom has received a minor update. Version 1.2 now includes the full text of Horus (7 issues), Thoth (1997-2001), SIS Internet Digest (1996-2000), SIS C&C Review Vols 1999/2000, Aeon Vol V Nos 1- 5, and Recollections of a Fallen Sky. The cost remains the same, SIS members: £99/$165 (post paid) from the SIS, 10 Witley Green, Darley Heights, Stopsley, Beds LU2 8TR. UK. If you wish to update your Catastrophism! CD to version 1.2, the cost is £12/$20. Please return your old ...
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181. SIS Internet Digest 2000 Number 2 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... . 17 Galileo's sharp new pictures of Io.. 17 Thersites a Jumping Trojan?.. 17 Double Crater on Eros.. 18 Experiment Explains Charged Dust Space.. 18 Eros so Much Rock So Little Gravity.. 18 Square Craters Detected on Eros.. 19 Astronomer Sees Red.. 19 ADS Abstracts.. 20 A scenario of Saturn's ring formation.. 20 Role of electrical discharges in astrophysical phenomena.. 20 Further Mythological Evidence for Ancient Knowledge of Variable Stars.. 20 Proof readers wanted.. 20 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus.. 21 Non-velocity Redshifts.. 21 Plasma discharges in rock art?.. 21 Crack in Einstein's Pedestal.. 22 Kronia Mailing List Focus23 Conference: Earth Changes 2000.. 23 Conference: Our Violent Solar System.. 23 Spall Ankh in eastern Wyoming.. 25 Tabernacles and booths.. 25 Heaven's Mirror.. 26 New Zealand Maoris Myths.. 27 Io's wandering plumes.. 28 Quotes.. 30 ...
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182. Edfu Books (Advert) [SIS C&C Review $]
... and that the Israelites were paid a large tribute by Ahmose I to leave Egypt- which they used to fabricate the Tabernacle and the Ark of the Covenant. A further revelation, that springs directly from this quotation, is that the biblical Mt Sinai is most probably the Great Pyramid of Giza. If this were the case, then the circling of the 'mountains' around Sinai was in fact a ceremonial circumnavigation of Giza- a ritual that is preserved to this day by the circling of the Ka'ba in Mecca. By Ralph Ellis Thoth, Architect of the Universe Takes a radical look at the henges of Britain and the pyramids of Giza, and concludes that they were both designed to represent maps of the Earth- and each of these ancient maps comes complete with outlines of continents and lines of latitude correctly marked. The diagrams that demonstrate this are simple copies of these great monuments, but viewed from an unusual perspective. K2, Quest of the Gods Taking this idea one step further, K2 QotG identifies the precise location on the surface of the Earth that ...
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183. Crack in Einstein's Pedestal [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home¦ Issue Contents Crack in Einstein's Pedestal Thoth Vol IV, No. 10 June 15, 2000 It seems the Sheldrake effect is at work. For some years a lone researcher in New York, Ralph Sansbury [see Internet Digest 1996:1, p.15, and 1997:2, p. 11, has been performing experiments that suggest that the speed of light is a near-instantaneous action-at-a-distance and that the speed of light is merely a measure of the delay in response of the receiver. Now we have the following report from the London Times, June 4 edition: Eureka! Scientists break speed of light, Jonathan Leake, Science Editor Scientists claim they have broken the ultimate speed barrier: the speed of light. In research carried out in the United States, particle physicists have shown that light pulses can be accelerated to up to 300 times their normal velocity of 186,000 miles per second. The implications, like the speed, are mind-boggling. On one interpretation it means that ...
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184. SIS Internet Digest 1999 Number 1 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... 7 Kugler's Sibyllinischer Sternkampf.. 7 The Velikovskian.. 8 Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts.. 8 Amazon Books.. 8 Cambridge-conference Email Network.. 9 Small Comets Are Real.. 9 Catastrophic Events& Mass Extinctions.. 9 The Bibliographic Meteor Database.. 9 More on Ancient Astronomy.. 10 Thoughts on the Nazca Lines.. 11 Origin of Earth and Moon: Colliding Theories.. 11 Collision Split Earth, Moon.. 11 Comets& Disasters in the Dark Ages.. 12 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus.. 13 Visualizing Collinear Systems.. 13 NASA on Galileo's current mission.. 14 Giants.. 14 The Electric Universe CD by Wallace Thornhill.. 15 Kronia Mailing List focus.. 16 A hiding to nothing...... 16 A question for Wal (and Amy and...).. 17 Atlantis Rising- Magazine.. 18 Sequence and events.. 18 Book Review: Silencing Scientists.. 20 Cosmos& Chronos Symposium.. 20 Big Bang.. ...
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185. The Electric Universe CD by Wallace Thornhill [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1999:1 (Apr 1999) Home¦ Issue Contents The Electric Universe CD by Wallace Thornhill Review by Amy Acheson Thoth Vol III, No. 4. Feb 15, 1999 Wallace Thornhill's CD offers a visual invitation to toss aside the straightjacket of paradigm paralysis and explore the universe from an electric point of view. He covers an enormous range of phenomena, from subatomic particles through stellar and galactic evolution, floodlighting our understanding of the universe with insights garnered from mythical symbols, space probes, and plasma lab experiments. As an illustration, let me compare the received explanation with Thornhill's electric explanation for the tail of Halley's Comet, both presented in light of photographs returned by the ESA spacecraft Giotto in March, 1986. The standard theory states that "Comets grow tails only when they get warm enough for ice and dust to boil off.... on the [sunward side, jets of gas and dust spurt from active holes in its [the comet's surface and are illuminated by the sun." (The Great ...
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186. Lagrangian Points [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1999:1 (Apr 1999) Home¦ Issue Contents Lagrangian Points [Readers are referred to Dave Talbott's post Visualizing Collinear Systems in Thoth II:19, Nov 30, 1998, on page 13. Station-keeping in orbits around the Sun With enough velocity, a spacecraft can break loose from the Earth's gravity and enter an orbit around the Sun, like that of a planet. If it then orbits the Sun with the same period as the Earth (one year) it may keep a fixed position relative to Earth. However, orbital laws require planets closer to the Sun to move faster, by a formula found in 1619 by Johannes Kepler. While the Earth goes around the Sun in 365 days, Venus which is closer only needs 225 days and Mercury, closer still, only 88. Thus any spacecraft going around the Sun in an orbit smaller than the Earth's will soon overtake it and move away, and will not keep a fixed station relative to Earth. However ...
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187. SIS Internet Digest 1998 Number 2 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Electromagnetic Interference From Meteor Showers.. 12 Astronomers Find Nearby Stars Constantly Bombarded by Comets.. 12 Historical Information on Meteorite Impacts.. 13 Electrophonic Fireball Sounds.. 13 Electrophonic Fireballs in History.. 13 Life Extinctions by Cosmic Ray Jets.. 13 Close Approaches Between Asteroids and Planets.. 13 Snowball in Hell: Earth Completely Covered by Ice.. 14 How Cosmic Impacts Have Shaped the Moon's Magnetic Field.. 14 More Trouble for Frank's Mini-comets Theory.. 14 Searching for Answers to Solar Mysteries.. 15 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus.. 16 Comments on Electric Stars.. 16 Puzzles and Paradigms.. 17 Images of The Electric Universe.. 17 Astronomy As Art.. 18 Venus As the Dove.. 18 Saturnists Play Marbles.. 18 It's Still the Same Elephant.. 20 The Word According to Pam.. 20 Rethinking Gravity.. 21 Lichtenberg Figures.. 21 Institute for New Energy Fabulous Facts Page.. 22 ...
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188. The Word According to Pam [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1998:2 (Dec 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents The Word According to Pam by Pam Hannah Thoth Vol II, No. 13 Aug 31, 1998 I've been pondering the Logos concept for some years now (in the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God; the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us) and also pondering the dark necessity for the atonement (why is it never questioned that a sacrifice had to be made? What good does it do?) Working backward from the Christian Logos and Atonement, I believe the answer may be that there was a visible physical model of both in the Saturnian configuration. If there had been an ancient memory of the blood-red planet Mars driving the god-planets back to pinpoints of light in the sky during a cataclysm of cosmic proportions, the idea of the necessity of blood to restore peace and equilibrium may have been indelibly etched in human consciousness, and if the fiery ejecta of the gas giant Saturn was a detonation both seen ...
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... To measure this, the only means available then was to watch the rising: of a star. the first glimmer of which past experience had shown to precede sunrise by just that amount of time which the ritual demanded for the various functions connected with the sunrise sacrifice. This, perhaps, went on every morning, but beyond all question the most solemn ceremonial of this nature in the whole vear was that which took place on New Year's morning, or the great festival of the Nile-rising: and summer solstice, the 1st of Thoth. Besides the morning ceremonial there were processions of the gods during the day. Ceremonial procession in an Egyptian temple. (From a Restoration by the French Commission) How long these morning and special yearly ceremonials went on before the dawn of history we. of course, have no knowledge. Nor are the stars thus used certainly known to us. Of course any star would do winch rose at the appropriate time before the sun itself, whether the star was located in the northern or in the southern heavens. But in ...
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190. Chapter XXII: Star-Cults (Continued) -- Amen-t and Khons [Dawn of Astronomy (Book)] [Books]
... reference is different-- we have the generic name of the triad in one case, the specific name of the member of the triad in the other. As this is the first time a setting star has been in question, it is well to point out that in this case the ancient Egyptians no longer typified the star as a goddess but as a god-- and, more than this, as a dying god; for Khons is always represented as a mummy-- the Osiris form. Egyptologists state that both Thoth and Khons were moon-gods. Perhaps the lunar attributes were assigned prior to the establishment of sun-worship. I shall show, subsequently, that the temples now being considered find their place in continuous series stretching back in the case of Amen-t to 3750 B.C., and in the case of Khons to possibly long anterior date. In the case of Amen-t and Khons, therefore, where we are free from the difficulties connected with the interchange of the titles of Isis and Hathor at Denderah, the star-cults stand out much more clearly, ...
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191. Venus As the Dove [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1998:2 (Dec 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents Venus As the Dove By Robert Lugibihl Thoth Vol II, No. 11 June 30, 1998 Thinking about the following passages with the idea of the dove symbolizing Venus, they take on a whole new perspective... (D)oesn't Noah himself symbolize Saturn? If so, the line "he put forth his hand, and took her [the dove/Venus, and pulled her in unto him into the ark" is particularly interesting. And when the dove/Venus "returned not again unto him any more", it was then safe to venture out into the world again. "Also he sent forth a dove from him, to see if the waters were abated from off the face of the ground; "But the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot, and she returned unto him into the ark, for the waters were on the face of the whole earth: then he put forth his hand, and took ...
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192. Chapter XXIV: the Years of 360 and 365 Days [Dawn of Astronomy (Book)] [Books]
... from this that the correction was made before the solar temples were in use. In any case the year of 860 days had naturally to give way, and it ultimately did so, in favour of one of 365. The precise date of the change is, as we have seen, not known. [4 The five days were added as epacts or epagomena; the original months were not altered, but a "little month" of five days was interpolated at the end of the year between Meson of one year and Thoth of the next, as already stated. When the year of 365 days was established, it was evidently imagined that finality had been reached; and, mindful of the confusion which, as we have shown, must have resulted from the attempt to keep up a year of 360 days by intercalations, each Egyptian king, on his accession to the throne, bound himself by oath before the priest of Isis, in the temple of Ptah at Memphis, not to intercalate either days or months, but to retain the year ...
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193. The Crescent [The Saturn Myth] [Books]
... . Of the black and white brothers the world knows no older example than the Egyptian pair Horus and Set. In fig. 67 the heads of Horus and Set appear upon one body, looking to the right and left. The black head of Set contrasts sharply with the light head of Horus, emphasizing the pair's role as "the two opponent gods." Closely related to Horus and Set are the twins Isis and Nephthys, often portrayed back to back (fig. 67). The Egyptian pairs Shu and Tefnut, Thoth and Maat, Sekhet and Neith all reveal a similar underlying character. In the Book of the Dead the pictograph of the two "portions" of Horus and Set is the sign, the band of the Aten. (21) The clear implication is that the sun-god's enclosure possesses two twin-like divisions, one light, the other dark. Moreover, if the circle of the Aten is half light, half dark, surely one cannot ignore the related sign, the crescent-enclosure, which appears to provide a literal illustration of the ...
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194. Puzzles and Paradigms [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1998:2 (Dec 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents Puzzles and Paradigms By Mel Acheson Thoth Vol II, No. 10 June 15, 1998 No one buys a jigsaw puzzle that's pre-assembled. The point of interest is the process of assembly more than the finally-assembled picture. And the motivation for buying is the promise of a challenging process. So it is with science: You buy a box of facts. The picture on the box is the paradigm. The challenge is to assemble the facts in such a way that the paradigm makes sense of them. It's a process of creating meaning. Once the puzzle's put together, once the questions are answered, it's no longer interesting (as science it becomes a matter of engineering, of application). Thus paradigms are self-limiting and science is self-renewing. As a paradigm approaches the limits of its explanatory domain, as it begins to "know everything", it grows less interesting. Stephen Hawking may have discovered the mind of God, but only to find no one cares ...
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195. The Exodus in the Pyramid Texts? [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... the Hymn is a description of the killing of Horus the Child by Seth, and also a description of the plague of the "killing of the first born". The killing of the first born in heaven "caused" the plague on earth to be called as such. Velikovsky took great pains to rewrite bechor as bekhor, "first born" as ''chosen''.(11) I think the word may derive from the Egyptian b'ik hor (the Greek Harpocrates) and have both meanings. The "judgement of Thoth" the Hebrews saw as the giving of the Law on Mount Sinai, the punishment of Seth being ridden by Osiris as the story of Balaam and his donkey. The planet involved seems to be Venus. If I am correct, then the Hymn was written after the Exodus and this would imply that also most of the Pyramid Texts were written after the Exodus. Therefore, either the Exodus must be moved back to the Old Kingdom or the Pyramid Texts must have been written after the Middle Kingdom. The alternative that the ...
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196. Images of The Electric Universe [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1998:2 (Dec 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents Images of The Electric Universe By Wal Thornhill Thoth Vol II, No. 10 June 15, 1998 NGC 6302: The Butterfly Nebula Amy remarks: Check out the astronomy picture of the day for June 2 It shows the butterfly nebula. Looks like an electric discharge to me- something that would be at home in a fluorescent light. In fact, it's such a good example of the magnetic pinch effect that you can almost make out the words "diet Coke" crumpled down the middle. :-) (see photo in Wal Thornhill's notebook, p 22, or his CD, p 47.) An exciting view from a new paradigm. Amy Wal Comments: That nebula is precisely the shape that Dr Charles Bruce, in England, said would be found to form the classic Planetary Nebula if you were looking at it along the axis. His view of planetary nebulae was that they are an electric discharge ...
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197. Alan Alford's The Phoenix Solution [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Sirius symbols of the exploded planet? Did Orion mark the gateway to the heavenly Duat and the 'body of Nut'? The Nine Bows and the Shemsu-Hor as planets of the original solar system. Part Three: New Horizons. 10: THE METAPHYSICAL PYRAMID: The Double-Lion god in the Egyptian Duat, the etymology of Ta-Meri- ancient land of creation, rebirth and ascension. The two horizons or 'mountains' of the Duat. A new theory on the satellite pyramids- did they literally represent planetary satellites? The cosmic identity of Thoth, and why he was called Hermes Trismegistus? Why Egyptian sarcophagi were designed to be empty. 11: SECRETS OF ABYDOS AND GIZA: Two exploded planets in Egyptian and Mesopotamian mythology. How numerical symbolism was used to represent planetary gods in ancient Egypt. 12: KHUFU- SON OF A SATANIC GOD: A reappraisal of the Egyptian 4th Dynasty. Decoding the symbolic meaning of Sneferu's two giant pyramids at Dahshur. Evidence for Khufu being an evil tyrant and literally a 'satanic' king. Was Khufu imprisoned inside the Great Pyramid ...
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198. SIS Internet Digest 2000 Number 1 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Give Birth to Uranus& Neptune?.. 11 Purple Salt& Tiny Drops of Water in Meteorites.. 11 Beowulf, or Moving Heaven and Earth.. 11 The Archaeology of Geological Catastrophes.. 12 Catastrophic Events& Mass Extinctions.. 12 Dragons in the Sky.. 12 Did Cosmic Impact Change Earth's Tilt?.. 13 Evidence of Planet Orbiting A Pair of Stars.. 13 Soddom and Gomorrah 'Found At Bottom of Dead Sea'?.. 14 Cometary Orbits Hints At Large Undiscovered Object.. 14 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus.. 15 The Absurdity of Neutron Stars.. 15 Star Words.. 16 Kronia Mailing List Focus.. 17 Prayer, Magic, and the Stars.. 17 The Vacuum, Light Speed, and the Redshift.. 17 Worlds in Collision republished.. 17 Ancient Astronomy and Celestial Divination.. 17 Unorthodox Science: past, present and future.. 18 Worlds in Collision Symposium.. 18 Anomalous Foucault pendulum.. 18 New tallest dinosaur.. 18 Wobbly World.. 19 Sightings ...
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199. Editorial [SIS Internet Digest $]
... th anniversary of the Society, and a combined celebration and conference are planned for 17th-19th September 1999. Some more speakers have been confirmed, and full details can be found on page 5. Balance I've changed the balance of information in this issue of SIS Internet Digest, increasing the focus on Web sites from 5 to 8 pages, this at the expense of messages from the Kronia Mailing List, and the page of general information on the Internet. But Kronia fans need not worry as I've doubled the number of pages featuring the Thoth Catastrophic Newsletter (a distillation of messages appearing on the Kronia list, plus some extras) to six pages. The length of the section on Benny Peiser's Cambridge Conference Email Network remains unchanged. Trumpet blowing And finally, I'm still working on the Catastrophism Archive Project CD-Rom disc, now scheduled for release early in 1999. Ian Tresman ...
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200. SIS Internet Digest 1998 Number 1 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Problem".. 8 Catastrophic End of the Norse Culture in Greenland 9 More Evidence Points to Impact As Dinosaur Killer 9 Worknotes on the Joshua Impact Event.. 9 Oldest Astronomical Monument Rivals Stonehenge.. 10 Planetary Differences in Impact Melting.. 11 Proceedings of the 1997 Tunguska Workshop.. 11 "Deep Impact" Actor Tells it All.. 11 Oceanic Impact may have Inspired Aboriginal Legend.. 11 Oceanic Impact may have Inspired (Australian) Aboriginal Legend: An Addendum.. 12 Musings on Fulmine.. 12 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus.. 13 Ionizing the Galaxy.. 13 Interstellar "Comets".. 13 Aboriginal Watercolourist.. 14 Europa Closeups.. 14 Electric Universe Predictions for Space Probe.. 15 More Than One Typhon.. 15 Kronia Mailing List focus.. 16 German Conference: from Gunnar Heinsohn.. 16 First Dynasty- pre-Flood or post-Flood.. 16 Gyroscopic Precession.. 18 Kervran and transmutation.. 18 Shameless Promotion of Pet Paradigms.. 19 Specs and Bureaucracies.. 19 Jaynes anyone?. ...
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