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... on the Past, 1966. C-SH Ceram, C. W., The Secret of the Hittites, 1956. D-BGA Demargne, P., The Birth of Greek Art, Translation by Gilbert and Emmons, 1964. D-GP Davidson, D., The Great Pyramid, 8th ed., 1940. D-W Diringer, D., Writing, 1962 E-AE Emery, W. B., Archaic Egypt. Penguin Books, 1961. E-COWA Ehrich, R. W. (ed.), Chronologies in Old World Archaeology, 1954. E-LDE Elgood, P. G., The Later Dynasties of Egypt, 1951. E-PE Edwards, I. E. S. ...
12. Velikovsky's Sources Volume Six [Books]
... God but God." It would be interesting to know if any similarly fishy' stories ever found their way into the Chinese annals. If they did, I am not aware of them.) Section 57. Kwang Tze. On WIC p.126, in his section "Changes in the Times and the Seasons", V writes: The breath of heaven is out of harmony .. .. . The four seasons do not observe their proper times', we read in The Texts of Taoism'." V here refers to "The Texts of Taoism", translated by James Legge (" Sacred Books of the East", vol.39, ...
13. The Third World of Science [Books] [de Grazia books]
... sites, and they had corresponded briefly on the matter. Schaeffer had offered Deg the materials of his files about which he had written to V. many years before. Then he had spoken of "new confirmations of the reality of these crises on a continental scale which I have tried to analyze. I would be glad if I could write now immediately the contemplated second edition of Stratigraphie Comparée in two volumes, for with the new confirmations these Crises could no longer be questioned...so striking are proofs and so accurate the dates established by the new discoveries..." V. had not told Deg of his correspondence or of Schaeffer's intention of moving forward. ...
14. Beneath Bauer [Books]
... believe." (1 ) I had felt, upon first picking up his book, that Bauer's style was a welcome relief after Asimov, whom I will criticize in a later chapter. That is to say, where Asimov is an ill-spirited boor, Bauer appears to be polite, respectful and modest. A closer look at how he writes, however, has led me to be much more suspicious, for it reveals that he is guilty of a number of unscientific, unintellectual and actually dishonorable types of error in his writing. For instance, note how he introduces this first point. If Velikovsky's theories are "incredible, obviously misguided," one "is then faced ...
15. Preface to the Antiquities of the Jews [Books]
... Antiquities of the Jews- Preface (1 ) 1. THOSE who undertake to write histories, do not, I perceive, take that trouble on one and the same account, but for many reasons, and those such as are very different one from another. For some of them apply themselves to this part of learning to show their skill in composition, and that they may therein acquire a reputation for speaking finely: others of them there are, who write histories in order to gratify those that happen to be concerned in them, and on that account have spared no pains, but rather gone beyond their own abilities in the performance: but others there are, ...
16. The Night of the Gods Vol II [Books]
... learning of the Far East kindly. corrected the proofs of the first volume of the present work. The conception of embodying in THE NIGHT OF THE GODS the result of years of patient labour in so many and various fields of inquiry' occurred in this wise. After leaving Cyprus, Mr. O'Neill resided in France for some years, writing for many of the Reviews, .English. and French, on a variety of subjects. He gave special attention to medieval French literature, and to the curious and long since obsolete patois of the Free Companies of the France of the Middle Ages. He embodied some of the fruit of these researches in a disquisition in French on ...
17. Sagan's fourth problem: Terrestrial Geology And Lunar Craters (Carl Sagan & Immanuel Velikovsky) [Books]
... Journal of Geology, Vol. 58, pp. 257-259] This is corroborated by Reginald Daly in Earth's Most Challenging Mysteries, (Nutley, NJ, 1975), pp. 227 and 264, who states that, "Carbon 14 dating has shown that Antarctica's ice is less than 6,000 years old. [Arthur] Holmes writes, Algal remains, dated at 6000 B.P . [before present] have been found on the latest terminal moraines. ' (Principles of Physical Geology, p. 718) This shows that Antarctica must have been sufficiently free from ice for green algae to grow 6,000 years ago." But how long ago was ...
18. Chaldean Account of Genesis [Books]
... prevailing myths, religion, and science of that day. Written many of them in a noble style of poetry, and appealing to the strongest feelings of the people on one side, or registering the highest efforts of their science on the other, these texts became the standards for Babylonian literature, and later generations were content to copy these writings instead of making new works for themselves. Clay, the material on which they were written, was everywhere abundant, copies were multiplied, and by the veneration in which they were held these texts fixed and stereotyped the style of Babylonian literature, and the language in which they were written remained the classical style in the country down to ...
19. Holocaust and Amnesia [Books] [de Grazia books]
... From: Cosmic Heretics, by Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents PART TWO CHAPTER SIX Holocaust and Amnesia As his last year begins, Dr Zvi Rix is writing to Deg from Rechovot, Israel. It is January 9, 1980 and he sends New Year's greetings, and hopes that they might meet before long. "I am very cut off at the place where I am living now. This does not only concern libraries, but other matters too..." for the mails are slow and books arrive late in the shops. He is in touch with Christoph Marx. They travelled together to Glasgow... "He was quite obliging... ...
20. Vox Populi [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon VI:3 (Nov 2002) Home | Issue Contents Vox Popvli Kudos Catherine Prince, from Washington, D. C., writes: Your last issue was a stunner! The cover alone was, as they say, "suitable for framing"- wow! And the article "Homer in the Baltic" by Felice Vinci sent me to the old maps I had of those areas. What an idea, and a fascinating one! I don't want to miss an issue. C. S. Coldridge, from Calgary, Alberta, writes: The article in AEON VI:2 by Jan Sammer- "The Velikovsky Archive"- was one ...
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