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91. A Personal Report on, and Irreverent Look at, the World Conference 'Planetary Violence in Human History' Portland, Oregon, January 3-5, 1997 [SIS C&C Review $]
... , the head of the hero enclosed by a lion's mane, with an eye on his chest. The image of the owl, Venus as the owl-eyed goddess; plasma material streams stretching from Venus to Saturn in the Polar Configuration which would lead to images expressed as petal wheels, the peacock (Juno's emblem), the scallop shell (Aphrodite's), a fan, a date palm, the feathered head-dress of the warrior hero; Medusa; the Egyptian simplified image of the papyrus swamp; the pharaoh's striped head-dress (think of Tutankhamun); three-legged emblems like the coat of arms of the Isle of Man, and even the Mercedes star. Talbott concluded: 'An uneventful Solar System is a myth. What we call myth is the history of the Solar System'. Ev Cochrane: 'Planetary Anomalies in Archaeoastronomy'. David Talbott was a difficult act to follow but Ev found images he had not presented. His work grew out of Velikovsky and concentrated on Venus and Mars. He is trying to find an objective standard by which to evaluate ancient tales. ...
92. Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective [SIS C&C Review $]
... Deaf Establishment Concluding Comments 8.1 Velikovsky's Pillars Supporting the Conventional Chronology Have Changed 8.2 Which of the Competing Revisions will Win? NB all dates quoted are BC unless otherwise stated. Introduction The Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS), was founded in 1974 to promote discussion and further study of the ideas of Immanuel Velikovsky. One of his most controversial ideas was that the conventional chronology of Egypt was, and still is, badly wrong. As a result, the pharaohs of the 18th Dynasty (D18), which include Queen Hatshepsut and Tutankhamun, are made too ancient by around 500 years. He reached this conclusion after comparing the early histories of the Hebrews and the Egyptians. In the Old Testament, the ancient Hebrews recorded their Descent into Egypt and such events as the Sojourn, Oppression, the Exodus and later campaigns against Judah by the Egyptian rulers Shishak and Zerah. However, no clear reference to any of these events can be found in Egyptian history. Since late Victorian times, ancient historians and archaeologists have assumed, from an amalgam of early sources, ...
93. The Saturn Problem [SIS C&C Review $]
... Orion. Amun, the reigning king of the Egyptian gods, was thought in classical times to be the equivalent of the Roman Jupiter and was only really represented with solar characteristics when he was identified with the Sun-god Ra- and worshipped under the composite name 'Amun-Ra'. In the 14th century BC (conventional dating) an attempt was made by the heretical Pharaoh Akhenaten to elevate Aten, the god of the Sun-disk, to the status of supreme deity in Egypt but Akhenaten's religious reforms were completely eradicated during the reign of his successor Tutankhamun and the ascendancy of Amun was restored. Likewise in Babylonia, Shamash the Sun-god was highly respected as lord of justice. However the king of the gods, again, was the Jupiter deity, Marduk. His father, Ea or Enki, was associated with Saturn (see later). In the 6th century BC, the last king of Babylonia, Nabonidus, made an attempt to elevate the Moon-god (Sin) to the top of the divine hierarchy and he rebuilt Sin's temples in the provinces at the expense of the ...
94. Some Detailed Evidence from Egypt Against Velikovsky's Revised Chronology [SIS C&C Review $]
... refurbish earlier tombs so that they are no longer recognisable. TABLE A: Conventional data for reigns of the early dynasties of the New Kingdom XVIIIth DYNASTY c. 1575-1550 Ahmose c. 1550-1528 Amenhotep I c. 1528-1510 Thutmose I c. 1510-1490 Thutmose II c. 1490-1468 Hatshepsut c. 1468-1436 Thutmose III (regnal years dated from accession of Hatshepsut) c. 1536-1413 Amenhotep II c. 1413-1405 Thutmose IV c. 1405-1367 Amenhotep III c. 1367-1350 Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) c. 1350-1347 Smenkhkare (this reign conjectural) c. 1349-1340 Tutankhamun c. 1340-1336 Ay c. 1336-1308? Horemheb (regnal years dated from accession of Akhenaten) XIXth DYNASTY c. 1308-1309 Ramesses I c. 1309-1291 Seti I c. 1291-1224 Ramesses II c. 1224-1214 Merenptah c. 1214-1208 Seti II c. 1208-1204 Amenmesse c. 1204-1198 Siptah c. 1198-1194 Queen Tawosret (regnal years continue from Siptah) XXth DYNASTY c. 1194-1192 Setnakht c. 1192-1161 Ramesses III c. 1161-1155 Ramesses IV c. 1155-1151 Ramesses V c. 1151-1144 Ramesses VI c. 1144-1137 Ramesses VII c. 1137-1136 Ramesses ...
95. Ice Cores and Chronology [SIS C&C Review $]
... (All the radiocarbon dates are uncorrected.) The dates are certainly in chronological order but 300 to 400 years lower than the ones accepted by the establishment today. We shall see below that the date for Thera is very interesting. Dates Official New C 14 Knossos destruction level (* barley grains) 1450BC 1160BC* Santorini (Thera) (* seeds (6 samples)) 1627BC 1063BC* Sesostris III (* funeral boat 7 samples) 1878-1843BC 1593BC* Thutmosis III 1450-1425BC 1080BC Amenophis III 1417-1379BC 1083BC Tel El Amarna 1378-1361BC 1050BC Tutankhamun 1352BC 980BC Horemheb 1320BC 936BC Ramesses II (* average of 6 samples) 1304-1237BC 910BC* Table 1 Fig. 1 Diagram showing the production of Carbon 14 and its distribution. It is assumed that only 7.5kg of C 14 is produced globally each year by cosmic ray activity and that its rate of disintegration equals the rate of production. The variations in this rate of production give rise to the correction curve- but this has been calculated on tree rings growing at an altitude of 10,000 feet. A further problem is ...
96. Reviews [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... in Egypt. Abraham had done this so that his life would be spared. Such a scenario would provide a plausible explanation for Abraham's intention to sacrifice Isaac, who would have been the fruit of an illicit liaison. Yuya/Joseph's daughter Tiye became the 'Great Queen' of Amenhotep III, and Yuya/Joseph's son Ay became the penultimate pharaoh of the dynasty before Horemheb took over and restored the worship of Amun. Horemheb proceeded to wipe out every trace of the reigns of his predecessors Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten), Smenkhare, Tutankhamun and Ay insofar as they had followed Akhenaten's monotheistic heresy in worshipping the Aten. It would have been Horemheb who began to oppress the Hebrew people. The Pharaoh of the Exodus would have been Ramesses I. Osman provides a wealth of evidence which rules out the possibility that Joseph's period in Egypt could have been during the time of the Hyksos, notably the fact that chariots of war were a well established part of the Egyptian army at this time. He also makes the case for Tell Abu Sefah on the Bubastite branch of ...
97. The Road to Iron: 8th and 7th Century Metallurgy and the Decline of Egyptian Power [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... [c. 725/20, Glasgow dating. Here iron is the common metal [emphasis added, not the bronze to which one is accustomed, in other lands of the Near East." 7 If the Late Bronze culture of Hatti enjoyed an iron military technology, its great power rival of 19th dynasty Egypt must surely have had one too. For "The general impression is that nations which used iron, especially for armour, were able to subdue nations that employed bronze." 8 As late as the time of Tutankhamun iron was rare in Egypt. In his tomb, only "a steel dagger, set in a gold handle was found... together with a few small objects of iron." A generation earlier, Tushratta of Mitanni had sent Tutankhamun's grandfather, Amenhotep III, "a sacred knife (mittu) of iron, and iron rings covered with gold. To Akhnaton he also sent iron rings covered with gold, and a dagger, the blade of which was of iron and the handle set with precious stones." ...
98. Letters [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... Ages in Chaos. The only problem with including this article is that it starts with the reign of Amenhotep III and Tiy, and Ages I stops near the end of Akhnaton ’ s reign. Still, it would be good to tell the story of the end of the 18th Dynasty ir Ages; the first volume concentrates on the events in Asia. So with a short introduction, explaining that we go a little back in time, the article could serve as the first chapter. The section on “The Radiocarbon Age of Tutankhamun” I suggest to omit: the story was told before, and our argument should be based on all available dates, not just a selected few. There is to be an article on this in the forthcoming SIS Review special issue on Ages I. After the end of the 18th Dynasty should be a section on evidences from art, literature and religion re: the sentence of dynasties. It would be similar to what will be in the Kronos article, but in greater detail. So far written is 1) a ...
99. The el-Amarna Letters and the New Chronology [SIS C&C Review $]
... fact learnt by Egyptologists was that the correspondence had been in Akkadian (including the letters from Egypt). This showed that Akkadian was the lingua franca of the Near Eastern Late Bronze Age, in much the same way that Aramaic was used as the principal language of the Near East at the time of the Achaemenid Empire (6th-4th centuries BC) or as French was used in Europe during the 18th and 19th centuries of the modern era. The correspondents of the Amarna Letters include three Egyptian pharaohs, Amenhotep III, Akhenaten, and Tutankhamun. They wrote to, and received letters from, the major and minor kings of the Near East. The major rulers were of the northern kingdoms of Hatti, Babylon, Assyria and Mitanni but they provide little chronological information that can be said to be independent of Egyptian chronology [4. That being so, it will be the minor kings of the Levant who will form the main focus of this study. The letters from these minor kings of Syria and Palestine provide a wealth of historical information, and, indeed, ...
100. Index of Authors [Uncategorised]
... A. Mann Paterson, Conditioning, Coping, and Concepts A. P.McIntyre, Tiglath-pileser versus Pul A.J. Hasti, Observing the Moon on the Horizon during the Early Bronze Age A.W., Cosmic Catastrophe in 'Paradise Lost' Alan Dilnot, Before the Greeks: Professor Davis's Cretan Decipherments Alasdair Beal, How Old is Greenland's Ice Cap? Alasdair Beal, Imaginary Worlds: Still Hot Alasdair Beal, Lies, Damned Lies and.... Alasdair Beal, Melvin Cook (1911-2000) Alasdair Beal, Relativity Corner Alasdair Beal, The Tutankhamun Prophecies by Maurice Cotterell Alasdair Beal, When the Gods Came Down by Alan F. Alford Alasdair N. Beal, A Bit Creaky?- Tree Rings, Radiocarbon and Ancient History Alasdair N. Beal, Einstein and Relativity Alban Wall, A Calendric View Of Stonehenge Alban Wall, An Ancient Celtic Water Cult: Its Significance in British Prehistory Alban Wall, Ancient Astronomical Values Revealed in The Book of the Secrets of Enoch Alban Wall, Ancient Greeks in America Alban Wall, Setting And Using The Stonehenge Nineteen Year Sun-Moon Calendar Alban ...
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