1. Site Introduction & Claims/Disclaimers
Subject: General but pertinent premises and claims about the source
of the material on the site and how and why it was developed.
2. Site Approach & Purpose
Subject: Author's approach, and purpose,
strategy, tactics, context, and rationale of the site and lays out
fundamental premises on which the site was developed.
3. It's About a Better Definition of Life
Subject: The real meaning
beyond just biological functionality, including a look at abortion.
4. Building on a New Foundation
Subject: Identifies the four legitimate cornerstones
5. Article on Spirituality in America
Subject: Overview of spirituality and the attendant confusion
in America showing that there is
good reason to dissever oneself from organized religion.
6. Enshrined Ignorance
Subject: Some significant questions
about information that
our religious and cultural educational agencies fail to enlighten us with.
7. What is Truth and the Path
Subject: Path or pathway implies a well worn, easily discernable
course to follow, but that is NOT the case. Rather, a better
characterization is that we all have to chop our way out of a jungle maze. Or
to use the phrase of the J person, find the narrow way that few find.
8. Saturnian Scenario
Subject: Explanation of why I accept the reality of the Saturnian
Reconstruction of ancient times and the Golden Age.
9. 8 Ultimate Issues & Suggested Answers
Subject: Major issues are listed as questions with commentary expanding the questions.
[2.] 9. Why Care About Myth?
Subject: Understanding ancient myth is a necessary pathway to understanding the
10. Do We Need a Fresh Theology?
Subject: Further premises,
context and questions to give a framework for why we need a different
basic theological paradigm. This is the centerpiece of the site.
11. Premise Concerning Christianity
Human Condition Material
12. Paradigm of Pertinent Philosophy
Subject: Major aspects of life, philosophy and religion.
13. Our Human Context
Subject: Context of the human condition and how it
should affect our thinking.
14. Human Condition of Religious Diversity
Subject: The widest possible global
perspective on what has happened and the trend of what is happening.
15. Why the Industrial Revolution
Subject: An incisive look at why the Industrial Revolution developed.
16. Defending the Faith
Subject: A major treatise bemoaning the "victory" of science over "religion".
17. A List of Questions for Humanity
Subject: A list of questions with multiple-choice answers addressing major issues.
18. A Few Words about Paradigms
Subject: An incisive look at paradigms in general and why they are
needed, and a beginning look at the paradigm of the site.
19. Current state of Academic Philosophy
Subject: An incisive look at the state of and the challenge for modern philosophy
20. Human Consensus
Subject: With over 100,000 different identifiable
religions it is blatantly obvious almost
no one, if anyone, is in a majority on any serious or significant matter or issue.
Subject: A perspective or position is NOT the same thing as
means right or correct belief. Celebrating diversity of perspective is all
good, but there is one truth, and generally one best path of action, and
unity, not diversity on these, is highly desirable.
22. Rationale for The Third Story
Subject: Somewhere between "God spoke, and it was so" and the
"millions and billions of years" of gradualism is the truth. This Third
Story, radically different from both the religious and the academic
ones, listens to and is educated by our ancient ancestors giving us an
account of ancient planetary catastrophe.
23. Thoughts on the Fall of Man
Subject: Removing the mythology shows that the
fall of man was related to a failure to choose to believe the best, not
a violation of an ordinate instruction.
24. The Garden, Fall, & Restoration
Subject: Probable conditions during the Golden Age.
25. A Personal Account & The Question
Subject: Why anyone would consider another as God.
26. The Question of Blame and Guilt
Subject: Blame in religion and how fear and
guilt are used to support this false construct.
27. "Existentialism" - Lack of Meaning
Subject: Abandoning the existence of Meaning in our universe,
Existentialism explores the idea of our having to create our own
The Twilight Zone
Subject: Does the intellectually responsible person find himself to be
in a kind of "twilight" zone in the world?
28. God's Quality Control Questionnaire
Subject: If God ran his program like a big church.
29. The Problem of Evil
Subject: Evil and the argument that it
doesn't really exist, or if it does it then precludes the existence of God.
30. Principles and Nature of
Faith and Belief
Subject: The essence of true Belief, a defining of Faith and Belief, and a look at the foundation for
building a belief system.
31. Article on Something Meaningful
Subject: The term "Creator" must be
decoupled from "God" before we can deal with what is
32. Psychological Barriers to Truth
Subject: 4 Major ideas that are Barriers to Truth.
33. Article on Nature of Human Volition
Subject: Why moral instruction doesn't effect decisions
34. Article on Free Will
Subject: "Free Will" and
various denials or defenses of it by some psychologists and scientists.
31. An Analysis of Hypocrisy
Subject: How hypocrisy sets in when itis not inherited, nobody early in life sits down
and consciously chooses it, and you don't catch it like the flu.
35. The Importance of Context
Subject: Context is paramount, but oftentimes an awareness of it is lacking,
and this seems to be true for philosophical issues as well.
36. Purpose of Life
Subject: This is the A of the spiritual alphabet.
Solutions to Disunity
Subject: A look at the solution to religious disunity.
State of Western Academia
Subject: How much Western Academia is corrupted.
[5.] The following 4 sections deal with Christianity and the Bible. If you have
never been a Christian and don't consider the Bible to be the "Word of God" you
may temporarily skip over these and continue on. Otherwise it is essential to read these
sections before going further in order to put these issues in proper perspective.
Critical Christianity Analysis
Subject: 3 simple rationales to question
Religion as a Product
Subject: Comparing the advantages of promoting religion to promoting a product.
Perspective on God is Dead Movement
Subject: The meaning of the God is Dead movement,
its meaning and why it is relevant.
Four Basic Questions
Subject: (1) How did we get into this situation? (2) Why is God not
involved in a more visible and tangible way?
(3.)What can we do to change or get out of this situation? (4) Are millions
of Christians making a huge mistake in begging and trying to manipulate God
into answering their petty, mundane self-centered petitions?
Christianity & Hellenism
Subject: Christendom's roots in Hellenistic mystery religions.
Combined Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke
The premise is that by judiciously
combining parallel accounts in the synoptic Gospels, nothing
significant is lost, and value is gained.
Combined Synoptic Gospels Part 1
Subject: To Mark 3, Luke 6, Matt 12
Combined Synoptic Gospels Part 2
Subject: To Mark 8, Matt 14
Combined Synoptic Gospels Part 3
Subject: To Luke 13, Matt 25
Combined Synoptic Gospels Part 4
Subject: To mark 12, Luke 30
Combined Synoptic Gospels Part 5
Subject: To Mark 14, Matt 26
Combined Synoptic Gospels Part 6
Subject: Through Mark 16, Matt 28, Luke 24
John the Baptist syndrome
Subject: Major questions about John the Baptist.
The Weeping for Lazarus Problem
Subject: The HUGE problem with the traditional understanding of this incident.
The Greying of the Prophets
Subject: How religions are now having to confront aging and dying patriarchies.
Impertinence of Preachers and Theologians
Subject: The insufferable arrogance of the "preachers" and televangelists.
Simple Mistakes Affecting Christendom
Subject: 15 simple yet profound mistakes in basic Christian thinking and theology.
Comments on Doing the
Subject: Are people that think they are doing the Lord's work doing
just the opposite?
Subject: Hidden assumptions that really ought to see the light of
day and be disposed with.
Show Major Theological Issue Differences
Subject: 28 major positions of Christianity and why the alternative is more sensible.
Gospel of John - 4 Laments on the Failure
Subject: The crucial 4 laments given by the Gospel writer John in his first three chapters over the
failure of the demonstration by Jesus to engender understanding of
the truth, even in his fellow disciples.
Perspective on the Non-Christian Jesus
Subject: Proper perspective to take regarding Jesus, and the proper
Thoughts on Blessings from God
Subject: The idea of God blessing individuals, showing
this to be a disguised form of hubris.
Maybe, Things Jesus Should Have Said
Subject: If Christianity has the right paradigm, these
are the things Jesus should have said.
Martyr Stephen on
Subject: Stephen knew that the "Tent of Presence" or
Tabernacle in the wilderness was for Saturn or Moloch.
Spiritual Tachisme Religion
Subject: The propensity for certain individuals
to build and promulgate religious doctrines and systems out of disparate and
unrelated pieces of scripture.
Letter to a Christian Author
A letter response to a published article pointing out
key issues that were either ignored or misunderstood.
Christendom's Major Mistakes
Subject: Major mistakes by Christendom, each of which are dealt with
in the article.
The 12 Disciples
Subject: A challenge to and criticism of the legacy of the 12 disciples.
The reasons are many and the results of their failures speak for themselves.
The Twin Pillars of Christianity
Subject: The concept of Peter and Paul being the
foundation of Christianity instead of Jesus.
On the Subversion of Christianity
Subject: An article showing that Christianity has been subverted right from the beginning.
Christianity's Irrational Mysticisms
Subject: A look at some major mysticisms widespread in Christendom
Mysticism versus Understanding
Subject: An analysis of mysticism in contrast to understanding and
Subject: Identification of idolatry and a clear look at its extent in
Christendom's Rites and Sacraments
Subject: A critical look and analysis of the major rites and ceremonies of Christendom
Confused Christian Terminology
Four important Koine Greek terms that are
mistranslated and confused in Christianity: Ecclesia, Parousia, Apocalypse, Hypocrisy.
Liturgy is one the the most powerful opiates.
[9.] Bible and Canon Issues
Bible Mystique of Sacred Writings
Subject: The mystique that the Bible has
in our society.
Ancient Text Translation Issues
Subject: Premise that the old, wrong paradigm of God skews
the translation, which is already problematic.
Information on the Bible Canon
Subject: How all Christians are compromised by an almost complete lack
of knowledge about the Bible canon and its development.
Valid Criteria for Selecting Gospel text
How EVERYBODY selects and rejects Bible
passages, so some valid criteria MUST be developed.
Visit to the Tomb Gospel Comparison
Subject: Aspect by aspect, a comparison of this passage in the four
Gospels highlights MAJOR problems and issues.
Introduction to Gospel John
Subject: Introduces a new translation with a very enlightening
description of the structure, tenor, and contents of the Gospel of John.
Gospel of John
Subject: New translation into a new paradigm
[10.] Inventing the Bible-Talmud
Subject: A delightful, erudite and well developed exposition on
how and why the first nine books of the Bible were compiled.
Rebuttal of Forged Origins of the Gospels
Subject: An extreme attack on the origins of the New Testament.
The Jefferson Bible
Subject: Driven by a desire to select what he considered the most attractive and
authentic material from the Gospels, Jefferson pasted up 46 pages' worth
of his favored passages. He took translations of the Bible from several
languages Greek, Latin, French and English (the King James Version) -
and arranged his selections in parallel columns.
Dead Sea Scroll info
Subject: The Dead Sea Scrolls, hidden away in Holy Land caves 2,000 years ago and
unearthed after World War II, are often rated the 20th century's
greatest archaeological find. The chief reason for most people: the
rediscovery of 230 texts of biblical books, which have begun to change
details in the Scriptures read by millions.
Bible Content Comments
Twenty very significant pieces of information about the Bible
canons and content.
Bible Scholar Feud
Subject: Over the past decade a violent dispute has erupted in the
ivory towers of biblical studies that has divided Old Testament scholars
into two warring camps, neither of which is now on speaking terms with
Pentateuch 4 Sources
Subject: What may not be as well known is that
during the last two centuries, many Biblical scholars have concluded
that those Biblical books known as the Pentateuch, are a compilation of
four separate narratives, woven together by ancient editors, or
redactors, to create a single text.
Bible Statistics Misuse
Subject: Many sources list faulty
statistics on the King James Bible. Of course the number of books (66)
and chapters (1,189) are fairly easy to count, however when it comes to
verses, words and letters, there are a wide variety of numbers floating
around. These statistics, themselves untrustworthy, have become the
playground for abuse.
[12.] Gospel's Events Sequence
Subject: We often order the telling of a journey by
the impact and significance of the experiences. The sequence seldom if ever
rises to the level of being taken into consideration, by us or by the
listener. So it is with much of the ancient history as it has come down to
us. The telling of a story also depends upon to whom you are talking.
Old Testament Allegories
Subject: It may be that not only is the Garden of Eden story an
allegory, which may have been developed early by the Akkadian and Hebrew
mythmakers, but this may have set the pattern in a larger sense for that which followed. Maybe the entire Old Testament
history of Israel is an allegory with the very thinnest base in reality.
This would have been developed over centuries following the original
allegorical model and of course the false sin-breeding paradigm.
The Bible as Word of God
Subject: The dogma that the Bible is the Word of
God. So much of what is awry with Christendom can be attributed to this
canard, that the Bible is God's theistic revelation to us.
[13.] Paradigm Material
Subject: A list of most of the fundamental paradigms.
Paradigm of Holographic Universe
Subject: The very powerful Holographic Universe paradigm lays the
foundation for understanding hitherto
enigmatic aspects of the human experience.
Paradigm of the Ground of Creativity
Subject: The question of where creativity comes from.
Paradigm of the Descent into Evil
Subject: The story of Man built from major pieces, facets, elements
and/or phases from creation to now.
Multiple Reincarnation Paradigm
Subject: Analysis of the multiple reincarnation paradigm of
reality and destiny.
Paradigm of the Good News
Subject: The Gospel in a new paradigm and the real issues that WE
care about as human beings.
Paradigm of Love
Subject: A look at love, its aspects, and the 4 types of
human transactions: giving, taking, trading and sharing.
Paradigm of the Nature of Jesus
Subject: A realistic, graphical look at the human nature of Jesus.
The Many Worlds Interpretation
Subject: An analysis of the ultimate philosophical copout, the "Many Worlds Interpretation.
The What-If Paradigm
Subject: A look at some major issues through the "What if" approach.
Paradigm of Solipsism
Subject: A look at the simplest and most shallow paradigm of them all,
showing that it cannot be disproven and therefore we must choose
Paradigm Lockout Syndrome,
Subject: Paradigm paralysis that infects many people
Subject: Many of the readers didn't
believe that Copernicus was claiming that the Sun was the center of the
solar system. These astronomers thought the heliocentric system was a
mathematical trick just to make calculations easier. Astronomers
and cosmologists are today faced with a shift from the gravity dominated
universe to the electric plasma dominated one.
Arp & Galileo
Subject: Comparing Halton Arp and his galactic
findings on quasars and redshift to Galileo.
Turkey Paradigm Poem
Subject: A poem for Thanksgiving Day dealing with paradigm
shifts, and how they will be resisted.
Subject: The theory, in a nutshell: Our brains mathematically construct
'concrete' reality by interpreting frequencies from another dimension, a realm
of meaningful, patterned primary reality that transcends time and space. The
brain is a hologram, interpreting a holographic universe.
Human Condition Material
Evil of the Ordinary
Subject: Sometimes the worst thing is that nothing happens that is very
good, That is really bad.
34. If Jesus is the Answer, What
Subject: A candid look at the state of mind and belief that was
impervious to what Jesus said and did.
35 Various Models of Human Destiny
Subject: A consideration of various conceptual system of
ultimate human destiny
36. Atheist Questions
Subject: Some cutting, probing and provocative questions
that atheists have asked
37. Paradigm of
Subject: A look at Julian Jaynes, the bicameral brain-mind paradigm, and
where Jaynes went wrong3
The Origins of Modern GeologySubject: A study of the statements of Jesus showing that he
taught that imminent salvation is equivalent to understanding the
purpose, values and character of God
Subject: A review of the origins of modern geological gradualism, and
why that was an unscientific reaction to the heavy handed moralism of the Church of England
39. Jesus on Understanding God
40. Jesus on literally Not Dying
Subject: A study of the statements of Jesus showing that he
clearly taught that he was offering literal, imminent immortality,
literally not dying in this life. This is stated plainly in the positive
mode and in the negative mode. Even the Jewish leaders understood what
he was saying, and they accused him of being insane. A blindness to
what is in plain sight here is a version of spiritual Scotoma.
41. Jesus on What to Do to Bring Resolution
No message of salvation can be efficacious or complete
without instructions about what to do to achieve or to qualify. The
verses are gathered together for the reader to see what the man himself said
42. What Jesus Says About the Paraclete,
One of the most confused and troubled issues in
Christendom the understanding of the Holy Spirit, whether it is a
person, but more importantly its mode of operation and its role.
[17.] Jesus Teachings Material
Jesus on Faith and Belief
Subject: A collection of all the passages in the Gospels where
Jesus talks about faith or belief.
Jesus on Resurrection of the Body
Subject: Putting the implications of the resurrection into proper perspective.
Jesus on The Ends of the Ages
Subject: Jesus responded to questions with answers that show he
was referring to four different ages: his current age drawing to a
close, the next age–our present age–, the following age of judgment
and healing, and the final age of glorious living in the kingship.
What Jesus Says about His Return
Subject: A collection of verses showing what Jesus meant by his
return, and why traditional concepts of the "Second Coming" are
The Lord's Prayer Teaching
The content and its limitation, and even the format of
this prayer, has significant implications and ramifications for the
proper mindset and for what to pray for and what NOT to pray for.
The Parables of Jesus with
Most of the parables found in the synoptic Gospels. Omitted are the more simple and
direct analogies, objects lessons, and those that Jesus himself
explained. The commentary and interpretations given are generally not
the traditional ones, but are compatible with the Gospel of the kingship.
Jesus on Sin, Fasting, and Praying
Subject: A collection of verses showing what sin is and that
fasting and praying will increase or harden the sin in us.
The Aphorisms by Jesus
A collection of the more famous saying of Jesus..
Subject: What Jesus said responding children.
What Jesus Didn't say Anything About.
Sometimes what is NOT said speaks with as much impact as
what IS said. This list is very enlightening.
[18.] Creation and Origin Issues
The Violence of Nature
Subject: A candid look at the violence of nature and its implications for ultimate issues.
The Source of Creativity
Subject: A look at the possible sources or grounds of creativity in humans.
Meaning of Evolution
Is it really true that "all life on Earth has developed by evolution"?
Yes, no, and maybe. It depends on what meaning you assign to the protean word “evolution”.
Mebane on Polygenesis
This Greek word originally denoted the hypothesis that all life
has descended from more than one original ancestral species. We have recently
discovered that, even for the simplest microbes,
Darwin’s "monogenesis" turns out to be impossible to verify.
Subject: A candid look at Issues and problems with mutation conclusions.
Sequence of Earth Life Forms
Subject: A very eye opening account of the unfolding of the life
form sequence of appearance on the Earth. Told in the form of a murder
mystery. You will be shocked at the number of unexplained "miracles".
Origami of the Species
An interesting and informative perspective on the species from
A Story of Creation
Subject: One version or story of how creation unfolded.
An interview of Michael Cremo, the author of Forbidden Archeology and
Forbidden Archeology 's Impact, who lays out a case with archeological
evidence that current man is not at the pinnacle of evolution, but has
devolved from a previously higher state.
The Sterilized Jesus
Subject: A look at how Jesus has been sterilized into an artificial
icon, divorced from his real and fully dimensional humanity.
Comparison of Values - Humanist/Jesus
A treatise showing that most of the values of Jesus are
essentially the same as those of a humanist.
Jesus versus Mythical Avatars
Subject: An in-depth comparison of the pattern and features of
Jesus' life showing a significant overlap with the mythical avatars, and
indicating that that he DID purposely pattern his life after the
Egyptian warrior-hero god, Horus.
Jesus, Israel & Scripture
Subject: A look at the myriad factors as to why Jesus came to
Israel at the time that he did, and why the selection cannot be used
as an endorsement of their religion and scriptures.
Jesus and Sexism
Subject: In the culture that Jesus chose for his universe-saving
demonstration, maleness stood for rationality, logic and reason as well as
openness, forthrightness, lack of guile, etc., whereas femaleness stood for
feeling, emotion, subtleness, inner and less obvious or subtle aspects of
the human being among other things including being supportive and
subordinate. Some other things Jesus said reflect this symbolism, but Jesus
was not at all sexist.
Contrasted with Leaders
Jesus' Style & Approach
Subject: A look at the style and approach that Jesus used at
the time, and how he related to different classes of people.
The Last Supper Issues
Subject: Much can be inferred from what was done and said at this
Christ Conspiracy Rebut
Subject: A point by point response to the final conclusions of the
Christ Conspiracy wherein the commentary reveals that the claims are largely
exaggerated, misleading or false, and the key conclusions are shallow or
misguided and therefore unwarranted
Legendary Aspects of Jesus
Subject: Tthe wilderness fasting & temptation, visit of the Magi and
Herod's massacre, and the Emmaus encounter.
Review the Branches of Philosophy
Subject: A short review of philosophy and its branches of
Epistemology, Logic, Metaphysics, Ethics and Aesthetics.
Review of Philosophical Methods
Subject: A look at the various styles, approaches and methods of philosophers in the search for understanding..
Value of Consistency
Subject: Highlighting the profound lack of consistency in
[20.] Will versus Intellect
Untangles this important and contentious issue.
Closing of Scientific Mind
Category Knowledge & Propositions
Subject: An exposition of the five basic categories of knowledge
and the four of propositions.
Nature & Definition of Time
Subject: The philosophical explanation and definition of "time" showing that
it is a series of sequential events and not some mysterious dimension.
The Sound Philosophical Foundation
Subject: Exploring the universal purpose of life for conscious beings.
The Path to the Truth
Subject: Exploring the philosophical path to the truth.
Thoughts on the Origin of Life
Subject: A passage from the book Life Comes From Life,
and a quote from Franz Boas, German-American pioneer
A Perspective on Martyrdom
Subject: Exploring a perspective on Martyrdom.
Mysticism versus Understanding
Subject: A contrast showing that Mysticism in religion opens
the door to all kinds of intellectual chicanery
Subject: An article looking at this paradigm and giving the basic
arguments of refutation.
Ethics versus Morality
Subject: Defining each of these carefully and making the
difference between them clear.
China & Imago Viva Dei
Subject: The phrase means in the image of the living God. The Taoist
were pen minded men who believed in intellectual responsibility, the
Tao, the way of reason. That principle allowed them to build a thriving
civilization with a huge population, a civilization that was advanced
culturally and scientifically.
Subject: An article elucidating the issues surrounding interdisciplinary
studies and concerns.
[21.] The Four Laws of Reasonable Thought
Subject: Gives examples of the:
1. Principle of Non-Contradiction
2. Principle of Identity
3. Principle of Excluded Middle
4. Principle of Sufficient Reason
Subject: Questions that when answered show that intellectual responsibility
is the foundation for spiritual and moral responsibility.
Superstition, Myth & Responsibility
Subject: An approach to root out superstition and myth, and take personal
Smug Man versus Straw Man
Subject: An article by a friend showing the overriding importance
of being able to identify truth from falsity.
Thoughts on the Nature of Fear
Subject: A short, candid look at fear, and why unwarranted fear
is so destructive. Also includes the proper response to unbidden fear.
Perspective on Fundamental Hypocrisy
Subject: A rather extensive and complete list of the argument techniques
that are used to blur or distort the truth, along with the fundamental
example of hypocrisy.
It is not philosophers–the seekers of wisdom–but
academic personnel, the clergy, and politicians that are largely in
control of three of
the most powerful or influential facets of our society: education,
religion and government. A philosopher rebuts structuralism.
Subject: A look at the remarkable philosopher Schopenhauer, who had
the courage to not only look inside but to look on the dark side of
[22.] Psychological Issues
Thoughts on the Ego Problem
Subject: The new and real explanation of the ego problem and a
challenge to do something about it.
Examples of Cults
Subject: A reporter takes a long-term look at a "Christian" cult
and the tragedy that it fostered.
Essence of Koran
Subject: All religions come with a manual which explains how a
believer should practice the religion. Some instruction manuals are
benign and some have gone through a long reformation
process which has turned them from malignant to benign. The trouble with
all this talk about Islam and the Koran is that the vast majority of Westerners are
utterly ignorant of their essence.
Subject: An in-depth look at the basic motivations and drives of living
beings, and what that implies about the issues.
Thoughts on Three Levels of Volition
Subject: Consideration of the three levels of volition and the implications
for human life and destiny.
Legitimate Spirit Communication Style
Subject: Exploring the issue of the most legitimate truth sharing style.
Thoughts on Hedonism
Subject: Explores what hedonism is and why it is less than ideal.
Belief System Arrogance
Subject: A candid look at the common arrogance of people
concerning their belief system.
Physical vs Spiritual Reality
Subject: A discussion about which reality is ordinate, the most
Trivialization of Good and Evil
Subject: Once "sacred" and ever so much more meaningful, holidays
and their rationale have been trivialized and secularized.
Regarding God Talking to Individuals
Subject: An critical look at the whole idea of and arguments for
God talking to individuals on earth.
Thoughts on the substantially different mindsets,
Loss & Recovery of Self-Consciousness
Subject: We take self-consciousness for granted and most people don't
have a clue that it was effectively repressed and has re-blossomed in modern times.
Cosmology & Psychology
Subject: Article on the pronounced affect that cosmology has on psychology in general.
A Call to Consciousness
Subject: An article dealing with the issues surrounding
self-esteem, where the author rightfully relates legitimate self-esteem
to two aspects: self-efficacy and self-respect, and talks
about how these can be developed.
The Terror of Death
Subject: The morbid-minded argument concerning the
unacceptability of death for humans..
Personal Integrity versus Authority
Subject: A study showing an appalling lack of personal
responsibility in the face of "authority" instructions.
Subject: A look at Thomas Jefferson and his immense influence on the
founding of religious freedom in America.
Emotional Impact of
Subject: Article giving a close look at psychological effects of
Subject: Another in-depth look at the bicameral brain-mind by Julian Jaynes.
Subject: Jaynes' own Afterword 10 years after publishing his ground-breaking
book The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind.
Sacrifice and Amnesia
Subject: We did not forget the world falling out of control, but remembered
these events to the point of obsession. The entire sweep of ritual activity
at the dawn of civilization shows a preoccupation with the dramas of
creation, destruction and renewal. Ritual practices were, in fact, a
deliberate exercise in remembering.
The Empty Mirror
Subject: How can you have normal learning and memory, read without
difficulty, 20/20 vision in both eyes, all other mental functions remaining
intact, and lose the ability to recognize your own face or the face of other
God Talking Arguments
Subject: One can ask the question as to why God would bother to talk with
individuals when almost no one is listening to the profound message given by
the words and life of Jesus. A multitude of people hear voices in their
head. These voices are for the most part very troublesome.
The Tyranny of Time
Subject: A look at the tyranny of time and how it controls and
oppresses us as humans.
[25.] Theological Issues
20 Questions about What a God Is
Subject: These questions deal with how we define and characterize
the proper concept of God, showing that the traditional thinking misses the point.
Basic Questions for Theology
Subject: Sometimes questions are better than answers, and here is
a compilation of questions that need better answers.
The Meaning of Sin Issues
Bible translators and theologians have overlooked the
then current meaning of the word Jesus most commonly used for sin, and
let the apostle Paul define it as transgression of the law.
What about Death?
Subject: Some plain talk about Eros and Thanatos, fulfillment and
death, the two basic things–one positive, the other negative–that motivate people.
The Criteria for Good News
Subject: We've heard a lot about the "Good News", but what make it
so good? Article looks at the legitimate criteria for the "news" to actually be good.
On Credibility of the Resurrection
Subject: A masterful article looking at pertinent information
concerning the credibility of this being tangible, historically real.
The Afterlife and Physicality
Subject: Without physicality there is no manifestation of
spirituality. Jesus affirmed our having bodies in every meaningful way.
Subject: Spiritual growth happens naturally WHEN we become spiritually
alive and ingest the proper spiritual food, i.e., the message of the demonstrator.
Subject: Sometimes Jesus talked about our brothers and sometimes about
our neighbors, but brother and neighbors are NOT the same.
Further Thoughts on Faith and Belief
Subject: A closer look at how Jesus and the Gospel writers used
the words "Belief" & "Believe" and the difference
between the writers and Jesus.
Humanism versus Jesus
Subject: A comparison of Humanistic values and the values of
Jesus, showing an overwhelming overlap.
The Gift of Miracles
Subject: What is being dealt with here are the aspects and issues
surrounding the benevolent intervention of God in human affairs today.
Quotes on Legalism
Subject: Some impactful, thought-provoking quotes on legalism..
Further Thoughts on Unity
Subject: Here the case is laid out from the gospels that unity is paramount.
Personal Relationship with God
Subject: A simple and direct challenge to the idea of us having a
personal relationship with Jesus.
Awareness Level of "God"
Subject: A square look at the traditional doctrine that Jesus is
up in Heaven watching everything that we do.
The Agonizing, Praying Jesus
Subject: Jesus is sometimes portrayed in the Gospel accounts
as often withdrawing from earthly human contact and agonizingly praying
throughout the night. Christians assume that he was seeking solace and
strength from God to assuage his loneliness, disappointment and frustration
in dealing with the people, disciples and others, with whom he was
interacting. Can we understand this scenario in another, more appropriate
and meaningful way?
[27.] Contrast of Believers
Subject: An extensive list of major issues and how the true
believer and the traditional believer differ in their attitude, approach and behavior.
Waiting for Godot
Subject: Samuel Beckett's acclaimed play is pretty clearly aimed
at Christians waiting for the Lord to come and solve all of their problems.
Why God Waits
Subject: This is a direct challenge to the doctrine of the second Advent or coming.
Comments on Nicene Creed
Subject: Nicene Creed, the foundation for Greek and Roman
Catholic, and general Orthodoxy is thought to be bedrock for Christendom.
Site Theology ABCs
Subject: An article that delineates some of the basic questions and issues that a proper theology must answer.
Empowerment versus Natural Law
Subject: A consideration of some kind of balance between the two
in a healed reality, showing that having both is ideal.
The Traditional Advent Fallacious
The collection of all the verses in the Gospels that are
interpreted as to refer to the traditional Second Advent, including the
key Greek words and commentary.
A study on "Take Up Your Cross"
Subject: This phrase has been badly translated and interpreted,
and the article give good reasons for considering a much better understanding.
Rich Young Ruler Account
Subject: A completely new take on what transpired, what was offered, and what was missed.
Who WAS Jesus?
Subject: Jesus is not who and what you think!
Destiny of Man
[28.] Christianity and Gnosticism
Subject: Some observations on the comparison of Christianity and
Gnosticism, the other branch of religion that developed from the Jesus incident.
Gospel of Thomas is not Gnostic
Subject: Excellent quotes on why the conclusion that the Gospel
of Thomas is Gnostic is a shallow one.
The Value of Idealism
Why are we cursed with this syndrome of idealism and
all but compelled to seek it or make it happen? Wouldn't it be good or
efficacious to eliminate or at least subdue the influence of our idealism?
Idealism is the crux or the foundation for all that
is good: for honesty, honor, courage, compassion, mercy, nobility, etc. Without the
undergirding of idealism all of these virtues would be vitiated.
On Determinism and Foreknowledge
Subject: One of the most pernicious doctrines in Christian
theology is the teaching that god knows everything down to the minutest
detail that will ever happen in the future.
Why is God not More Involved?
A frank look at the evidence that God is not
significantly involved in the affairs of the world or Mankind.
Having a Consistent Theology
Subject: Highlighting some of the many inconsistencies of Christendom,
and delineating a more consistent approach..
The Devil and Satan
Subject: Investigating the origin of the concepts of Satan, Iblis,
Devil, Samael, etc., and showing that these concepts had their ground in ancient
The Meaning of Imminent
Subject: Getting clear on the meaning of the word "imminent".
[29.] Ancient Misc Myth Articles
The One Ancient Story
Subject: A presentation and explanation of the universal story
of the ancient peoples. A David Talbot article.
Subject: Reductionism is the practice of assimilating more to a
single theoretical principle than that principle can accommodate or
explain. A David Talbot article on avoiding reductionist approaches to
the Saturn Model
Patterns of Human Memory
Subject: When investigating events witnessed around the
world, the patterns of human memory enable us to draw conclusions of a
far more specific and dependable sort than could be obtained through
physical evidence or physical theory in the absence of human testimony. A David Talbot article.
Science of Comparative Myth
Subject: The science and efficacy of the comparative mythology
method is explained and supported.
Reconstruction Ground Rules
Subject: A look at the substantial and reliable ground rules for
reconstructing ancient events from multiple mythologies.
[30.] The Meaning of Myth
Subject: It is well-known, in fact, that the earliest religions of Egypt,
Mesopotamia, and Mesoamerica were characterized by a preoccupation with
celestial phenomena. This article explores the meaning of this otherwise
The Importance of Myth
Subject: An article by David Talbott explaining the importance
of valid ancient myth interpretation for our understanding today.
Plausibility of Myth
Subject: An article by David Talbott putting the question of
the plausibility of the interpretation of ancient myth into perspective.
Reliability of Myth as Witness
In certain situations a simple comparison of human
testimony can achieve exceptional reliability, even though the witnesses
are not inherently trustworthy. In seeking to reconstruct ancient
memories through cross-cultural comparison, we will discover a
substructure of remarkable depth and coherence. The power of human
memory is incomparably greater than scholars have typically assumed. A David Talbot article.
A case for Atlantis
Myth as Foundation
Subject: At issue are two different ways of seeing myth. In
one perception, myth is an outpouring of human imagination as humankind
looked out at an ancient sky very much like our own. In the other
perception, myth is an outpouring of imagination in response to
extraordinary celestial events–earthshaking dramas unlike anything
occurring in our sky today. The good news is that one can apply certain
principles of reasoning to the patterns of human memory. Though these
rules are employed all the time in judicial proceedings, the vast
majority of scholars have ignored them. A David Talbot article.
From Myth to Model
Subject: The goal is not to expound upon purely theoretical
models, but to reconstruct an unknown past on the basis of pervasive
images and pictures-historical evidence that finds no reference in the
natural order today. The logical focus is the human experience as
recorded on papyrus, on clay, and on stone. Through comparative analysis
and cross-referencing, one must seek out the observed patterns, for it
is these patterns that provide the foundation of a systematic inquiry. A
David Talbot article.
[32.] Logic of Historical
Subject: In any theoretical exploration involving a new
hypothesis, one question must be asked relentlessly: IF the hypothesis is
correct, WHAT should we expect to find? That question is at the heart
of the scientific method, whatever the field of inquiry. And the
investigation must address the entire range of data bearing on the
answer. A David Talbot article.
Memories of Planetary Upheaval
Subject: In ancient literature the planetary gods are a
quarrelsome lot–and often violent. Wars of the gods not only disturb
the heavens but threaten to destroy humankind. The planets wield weapons
of thunder and fire and stone. Their behavior is not only capricious and
unpredictable, but dangerous to human health! A David Talbot article.
Natural References of Myth
Subject: The possibility that myth might reflect natural
events no longer occurring simply does not, with few exceptions, enter
the minds of modern scholars. However, despite many years of cross-
cultural research, the author of this article has never found a general
mythical theme that could find an explanation in our natural world. A
David Talbot article.
Myth Memory Patterns
Subject: When investigating events witnessed around the
world, the patterns of human memory enable us to draw conclusions of a
far more specific and dependable sort than could be obtained through
physical evidence or physical theory in the absence of human testimony.
Initially, almost no one will realize this. But to discover that this is
indeed true, it is only necessary to follow the appropriate ground
rules. The ground rules are designed to expose the substratum of memory
beneath all of the regional fragments, enabling one to speak for the
substratum with the highest level of confidence. A David Talbott article
The claim is that world mythology is nothing else than
the story of the "Great Conjunction" of Saturn's epoch and what happened
to it. Of hundreds of recurring mythical and symbolic motifs we have
identified, not one can be isolated from the conjunction principle A David Talbot article.
Subject: When the ancient celestial order dissolved, every
body seen in the sky was asked to play a role as SYMBOL of what was
remembered but no longer present. A David Talbott article
Subject: The Jewish religion, in its origins, aimed to put an
end to planet-worship, especially of Saturn and Venus, who were
worshipped together, and with it the universal practice of human
sacrifice. The Jews were thus the first people to introduce the notion
of an "invisible" god,
The World Mountain
Subject: An early article by David Talbott on the plausible
explanation for the axis mundi to be seen as the world or cosmic mountain.
Cosmic Symbol Development
In their earliest expressions, kingship rites are
overwhelmingly COMMEMORATIVE. The question is: in the distinctive,
heavily documented rituals of kingship, what is being commemorated? A David Talbot article.
Names of Suns & Planets
Subject: Who could deny that the best-known Jupiter figures
are "born" from Saturn- figures, and are seen as the younger and
triumphant forms of the father. Possible physical explanations for the
sequence may vary, but the fundamental paternal relationship can't be
denied. A David Talbot article.
The Golden Age
Subject: A global myth declares, with striking unanimity,
that the world has not always been as it is experienced now. In a former
time, man lived in a kind of paradise, close to the gods. It was the
Golden Age. Throughout an eternal spring, the earth produced abundantly,
free from the seasonal cycles of decay and rebirth. This recurring and
unexplained myth was carried into modern times by primitive races the
world over. A David Talbot article.
Golden Age Interview
Subject: These are the responses to questions about whether
myth is exclusively celestial or both celestial and terrestrial, Dwardu
Cardona and David Talbott posted these simultaneous and similar answers.
They provide an insightful glimpse into the methodology of comparative mythology.
Revolving Crescent on Saturn
An early article on the revolving
crescent on the face of Saturn. A David Talbott article.
The Central Sun
Subject: An early article by David Talbott showing that many threads
of evidence lead to unified conclusions.
Subject: Links to the Table of Contents and the entire series of these
Localizing of the Warrior-Hero
Subject: Wherever the processes of assimilation and
localization have operated freely, given sufficient time, the warrior
hero and mother goddess will have lost their cosmic character
altogether. The vast majority of the heroic figures to which the modern
researcher has access (such as the Greek Heracles, Odysseus, Perseus,
Theseus and Oedipus), though still bigger than life, appear as
extraordinary "humans" accomplishing their marvelous feats on earth. A David Talbott article.
Heroes of the Iliad
Subject: A David Talbott article about these heroes.
Sacrifice & Amnesia
Subject: An early article by David Talbott on the remembering and
forgetting of the great catastrophe and the inception of sacrifice,
including human and animal sacrifice.
Labyrinth & Fortress Themes
A David Talbott article about these themes relating
to the serpentine streamers of Venus and Mars during a phase of the
Golden Age ending polar alignment and its collapse.
Male Gods in Myth
Subject: An article by David Talbott and Rens van der Sluijs
concerning the male gods related to Saturn, Mars, and Jupiter, and their
early development and activity.
Mars Rocks & Myth
Subject: An article by Ev Cochrane concerning Martian Rocks
and ancient myth and modern science.
Subject: There is a long list of scholars who have picked up
the scent and followed the trail of ancient catastrophism and a
radically different ancient world than what modern mythology would have
us accept. This is a short list with bios of early catastrophists pioneers.
Variations on a Theme
Subject: A David Talbott article about myth variations but that are
based on a common theme.
[36.] A Unified Mythology Theory
Subject: Perhaps few claims made for the Saturn model will
seem more outrageous than the assertion of a unified theory. But there
was a mythmaking epoch of human history. It had a beginning and an end.
A David Talbott article.
Thunderbolts-Myth & Symbol
Subject: The thunderbolt has a prominent and major role in
ancient mythology, yet it was not earthly lightning in the sky but
discharges interpreted as warring exchanges between the planetary gods
of the heavens using their favorite weapon. A David Talbott article.
The Polar Thunderbolt
Subject: To see the divine thunderbolt's true role in world
mythology, the sense of context provided by the polar alignmentl model
will prove crucial. A David Talbott article.
Thundergods & Celestial Marvels
Subject: In ancient traditions, few images find more vivid
expression than the great thunderbolts of the planetary gods. When the
gods went to war, the heavens shook. Lightning sped between the
planetary combatants as flaming weapons. A David Talbott article.
Thunderbolts of the Gods
Subject: Cross-cultural analysis will show that the mythic
thunderbolt held a most prominent place in the imagination of all early
civilizations. Typically, the ancient stories describe the gods hurling
their weapon not against humanity, but against each other. A David Talbott
The Golden Age Myth
Subject: An early article by David Talbott offering some
background notes on a few mythological themes that are integral to the
historical argument of the Saturn theory.
Pensée Journal Issues
Subject: Links to the Table of Contents and the entire series of
these foundational journals.
[37.] Geological Issues
Origins of Modern Geological Theory
Subject: Indeed, what is extraordinary
about the London Geological Society is that none of the
original members were geologists. This is the group that introduced the
pillars of modern Geological theory of gradualism, uniformism, and
evolutionism. This was done clearly in an effort to defang the oppressive
"moral" influence of the Church of England by discrediting creationism.
Origin of Grand Canyon I
Subject: The surface of the earth presents many
problems for geologists, not the least of which is that the Grand Canyon
is supposed to have been formed by the Colorado River. As recently as
about a dozen and a half years ago geologists were working with four
different and mutually exclusive models of the canyon's creation. At a
special meeting they managed to winnow the four theories down to
two–neither one of them satisfactory–with more than one reason to refute
them both. One geologist noted that the only way the Colorado River
could have carved the canyon is if it came out of the sky!
Origin of Grand Canyon II
Subject: The Grand Canyon's tributaries are generally short
with little evidence of the necessary water flowing into the ends from
the high desert floor. The jagged tributaries are deeply cut and are
characterized by nearly vertical walls. They join the main canyon at
right angles, a distinctive sign of electric discharge phenomena.
Niagara Falls & Escarpment
The Niagara Escarpment can be seen as being part of
a larger system of electrical scarring. The articles details why the
prevailing explanations are not valid.
Desertification of the Sahara
Subject: One of the most striking climate changes of the past
11,000 years caused the abrupt desertification of the Saharan and Arabia
regions midway through that period. The resulting loss of the Sahara to
agricultural pursuits may be an important reason that civilizations were
founded along the valleys of the Nile, the Tigris, and the Euphrates.
Green glass found in the Sahara and at Hadley's Rille on the Moon gives
a clue. A Wal Thornhill article.
[39.] Psycho-Catastrophe Material
Cosmology and Psychology
Subject: A groundbreaking article showing the source for ancient
myth and religions was the planetary catastrophes that were ravaging the earth.
Phobia, Amnesia, and Psyche
Subject: An article dealing with collective amnesia induced the the ancient global catastrophes.
Microcosm to Macrocosm
Subject: An article showing that atomic warfare mirrors the
ancient catastrophes delivered from the skies.
Theomachy in the Theater
Subject: An insightful article showing that post World War II
movies heavily reflected the impact of atomic devastation upon our psyches.
Myth and Mandala
Subject: An article exploring the connection to the ancient
kingship-of-heaven to the mandala.
Subject: A look at how prolonged trauma of cosmic catastrophe
could produce psychological states which were strikingly similar to
those which we classify today as catatonic schizophrenia.
Subject: In 1725 the first edition of The New Science
of Giambattista Vico was published. It was ignored for at least
a hundred years, Vico insisted that, if a full history and understanding
of man was to be known, the myths of earlier times ought to be taken
seriously as themselves accounts of the actual history of those times.
So also claims Velikovsky.
The Tao, the Way
Subject: A brief look at the modern denial of cosmic disorder and violence.
The Sin Control System
Subject: Exploring mankind's catastrophically induced sin guilt
and how that is used as a control system.
Sin Control & Holocaust
Subject: Relating Myer's "The Sin Control Problem" to the holocaust.
Emotional Impact of Disaster
Subject: In a major catastrophe, experts say, the
psychological world collapses just as resoundingly as the physical one.
Article explores the emotional impact of disaster.
[41.] Modern Mythology Material
Western Academia's Modern Mythology
Subject: Laying out the case for the development of the Modern
Mythology in both science and Religion.
Western Academia's Reifications
Subject: Looking at some of Western science's and academia's egregious reifications.
Astral Catastrophist Pioneers
Subject: Historical information about the major pioneers that
developed the modern thinking about ancient planetary catastrophe.
Six Great Enigmas with
Subject: The proponents of ‘official’ history have taken an
increasingly political and ideological approach to the issue of ancient
civilizations and the surrounding enigmas.
Importance of Catastrophism
Subject: Up until the middl e of the 19th century, the thinking
of civilization concerning the human past on earth was catastrophic.
Then in England along came an anti-religious
agenda, and with a concerted effort, it managed to replace catastrophism
with gradualistic, uniformitarian and evolutionistic thinking in the
halls of academia Our world simply cannot be adequately understood
without acceptance and familiarity with ancient planetary catastrophe.
Origin of Modern Geology
Subject: The group that formed the
London Geological Society, none of
which were geologists, had an unscientific agenda, an
anti-religious one. This led to the formation of modern geology theory
based on the introduction of gradualism, uniformism and evolutionism to
contrast with Biblical creationism.
Parable about Electromagnetism
Subject: A brief fable about not seeing the obvious based upon
fish not beie of water. The fable applies to electromagnetism in
Subject: According to Will Durant, after the explosion of
scientific knowledge, "...philosophy Itself, which had once summoned all
sciences to its aid in making a coherent image of the world and an
alluring picture of the good, found its task of coordination too
stupendous for its courage, ran away from all these battlefronts of
truth, and hid itself in recondite and narrow lanes, timidly secure from
the issues and responsibilities of life. Human knowledge had become too
great for the human mind.
All that remained was the scientific specialist, who knew
"more and more about less and less," and the philosophical speculator,
who knew less and less about more and more."
The challenge for modern philosophy is to pick up the pieces
and become relevant again.
Subject: Reification is treating spiritual realities, mental
constructs, descriptions and abstractions as if they were tangible or
had the properties of material objects. The content identifies and
dismisses the reification of nothing, time, space, magnetic field lines
The Religion of Scientism
Subject: A piercing look at the religion of Scientism and its
adherents. This is now the world's largest and most influential
religion, and it marginalizes all others.
Some Prominent Science Myths
Subject: Looking at a dozen major scientific myths that are
holding back progress and a deeper understanding of our physical reality. A Ralph Juergens article.
[43.] The Scientism Religion
Subject: True science leaves behind the automatic acceptance of
truth that comes from authority, tradition, myth, merely creative and/or
“god-inspired” sources. It embarks with the critical human faculties of
rationality and logic on a pathway to lead us out of old superstitions
and away to new truth, When science abandons valid epistemological and
The Great Pyramid
Subject: A candid look and review of the outstanding features
of the Cheops pyramid that cannot be readily explained by our current
understanding of ancient technology and capability.
Most cultures articulate their world picture through
mythology or religion, but since the seventeenth century the Western
world picture has been articulated through science, above all by
physics. But physics has always been a quasi-religious activity.
Some Science Myths
Subject: The article lists a dozen major scientific myths that can
be falsified. Relativity, light speed, universal constants, radiometric
dating, redshift distance ratio, galactic rotation, internal nuclear
fusion, impact craters, radioactive decay rate, absence of aether, and
Anthropologically caused global warming and climate change:
Einstein Genius Myth
Subject: Einstein has been built up into a mythical genius figure,
but the author of this article demolishes that conclusion, and claims
that he took credit for and published other's work and ideas, that not
one of the major contributions was his own.
[44.] Talbott Article - The
Subject: An introduction to the Saturnian Thesis or
Reconstruction of ancient times and issues.
Framing ancient Saturn Worship
Subject: Looks at many diverse facets supporting what is called
the Saturnian Reconstruction of the Golden Age of ancient times.
Talbott Article - Saturn Theory I
Subject: The historical argument focuses on "points of agreement"
in the memories of widespread races, suggesting levels of coherence
often missed by historians and anthropologists.
Talbott Article - Saturn Theory II
Subject: Unlike many competing catastrophist models, the "Saturn
theory" involves explicit pictures showing "exactly" what we are
proposing the ancients saw. And the claimed celestial images relate
specifically to the positions of "planets" in the sky, planets that
are "named". Moreover, the proposed celestial forms behave in an
incredibly precise way.
Talbott Article - Saturn Theory III
Subject: Not a single theory proposed–before Velikovsky opened
the door–will account for the archetypes, the bedrock of myth.
Talbott Article - Saturn Theory IV
Subject: How can the disparate threads of memory, expressed in
seemingly contradictory symbols, through stories that are often
barely intelligible, and in archaic words of uncertain meaning, ever
provide a dependable guide for reconstructing cosmic events?
Talbott Article - Saturn Theory V
Subject: Dealing with the prevailing "Creation Myth", which is
NOT challenging a creator of the universe.
Lecture & Video Links
Subject: Links to articles and videos relating to time, space,
aether, force fields, catastrophic cultural carryforward, and the EMP
Subject: This is a short biography of Immanuel Velikovsky, reviewing
how as a practicing psychoanalyst and writing about Moses and
monotheism he tumbled to the idea that there was a correlation between
the Egyptian and Hebrew myth and an actual major catastrophe. Thus his
journey into ancient mythology linked to planetary catastrophe began.
From Myth to Model
Subject: The goal is not to expound upon purely theoretical
models, but to reconstruct an unknown past on the basis of pervasive
images and pictures-historical evidence that finds no reference in the
natural order today. A David Talbott article.
[49.] Saturn-Jupiter Mythology
The following articles give some very foundational
material on the development of myth from ancient planetary catastrophe.
Mythology of the Golden Age
Subject: David Talbott writes about the reality and major aspects
of the Golden Age, and what an overwhelming loss it was to the ancient
people to have it end.
Talbott Article - Universal Monarch
Subject: David Talbott writes about the reality and major aspects of the Universal Monarch.
The Saturn Theory Demands
Subject: A frank assessment of the demands that must be met for
the viability of the Saturnian Reconstruction theory.
The Sabbath Star
Subject: A partial look at the connection of Saturn to the Sabbath.
[50.] Velikovsky Article
In the Beginning I
Subject: Some foundational material and sources for under-standing
that all ancient people worshipped the sun-planet Saturn as the
visible presence of God in the sky.
Velikovsky Article In the Beginning II
Subject: Some foundational material and sources for understanding
that ancient people worshipped the brilliant planet Jupiter as the
visible presence of God in the sky after Saturn was dethroned.
Talbott Article - Polar Sun I
Subject: Historians as a whole have missed the
ancient link of Saturn to kingship, to the origins of civilization,
to the roots of ancient myth and symbol, AND to Saturn being earth's
[51.] Talbott Article - Polar Sun II
Subject: Elucidating the central, fixed and polar position of this earlier sun.
Talbott Article - Polar Sun III
Subject: Further explaining and supporting the model of the
Saturnian sun fixed over the north pole always visible in the
northern hemisphere while "turning in the sky".
Talbott Article - Polar Sun IV
Subject: Showing that the Saturnian Reconstruction as having a
central, fixed, polar sun passes the rigorous tests that are demanded.
World with One Season-I
World with One Season-II
Subject: Articles delineating the ancient world of one season under the
Night Sun Saturn.
[53.] The Comet Venus
Subject: A look at the broom and sweeping aspect of Venusian myth. A David Talbott article.
Terrifying Glory of Venus
Subject: In one phase of the evolving Saturnian configuration, Venus
stands visually in the center of the gas giant Saturn, discharging
luminous streams of material in every direction. A David Talbott article.
The Warrior Athena
Subject: Since Velikovsky was criticized for claiming the Greek
Athena was Venus, let's employ this goddess as our test case, A
David Talbott article.
The Birth of Vahagn
Subject: Article about the Armenian myth concerning the birth of Vahagn, a Martian god figure.
Subject: An article showing how baseless a debunking is when it just
looks at each of the pieces in isolation from the pattern that
Velikovsky uncovered A David Talbott article.
[54.] Velikovsky's Comet-2
Subject: An in-depth look at the "smoking star" designation for
comets that was applied to Venus. A David Talbott article.
Subject: Exploring the comet Venus as the "Soul Bird" and the
"Winged Star". A David Talbott article.
Subject: A look at the logci behind the global themes of the "Great
Comet" and it five major themes. A David Talbott article.
Subject: We have previously observed that, in seeking out
Velikovsky's comet, "methodology is everything." A useful methodology
will not dismiss a widespread theme just because it appears highly
irrational or incapable of explanation. A David Talbott article.
Subject: Looking at the association of the comet with the "death of
kings" theme. A David Talbott article.
Subject: The apprehension of kings can be illuminated by a sweeping
mythical tradition concerning the life and death of Quetzalcoatl, the
celestial prototype of kings. A David Talbott article.
Subject: Across Mesoamerica Venus was celebrated as the radiant
heart and soul of the great cultural hero whom the Aztecs called
Quetzalcoatl. Yet enigmatically, the appearances of the star after
periods of absence stirred extraordinary fear. A David Talbott article.
[55.] Velikovsky's Comet-9
Subject: Across Mesoamerica, the combination of two calendars, the
solar or seasonal calendar and the 260-day ritual calendar, produced an
extended sequence of sacred time, in which the two calendars concluded
on the same day only once every 52 solar years–a cosmic cycle of
extreme import. A David Talbott article.
Subject: Throughout Mesoamerica, the arrival of the cosmic night was
a pervasive subject of ritual re-enactment, from macrocosm to microcosm;
the darkness into which the world sank symbolically at the end of the
52-year cycle was the same darkness remembered with each setting of the
sun, as every household recalled the dangers of the greater darkness in
primeval times. A David Talbott article.
Subject: In the Mesoamerican world view, it was a sacrifice of
cosmic proportions that preceded the dawning of the present world age.
Both the Aztecs and Maya are known to have practiced sacrifice on a
horrendous scale, in intimate correspondence with the gods. A David Talbott article.
Subject: A powerful conjunction of Venus symbolism and comet
symbolism will be seen in the vast tribal wars and conquests that fed
the rise of empires in Mesoamerica–a conjunction that will only grow in
significance as we find the same nexus of symbols in other major
cultures as well. What is not sufficiently recognized by the experts is
that, in mythical terms, the "first" sacrifice and "first" war occurred
in the lives of the gods themselves. A David Talbott article.
[56.] Velikovsky's Comet-13
Subject: Discerning the relationship of archetype and symbol is
particularly crucial when the symbol, in its familiar associations in
daily life, cannot convey the extraordinary power of the archetype. A
recurring symbol among the Aztecs is that of the broom. In this case the
symbol may seem so far removed from our subject as to have no place in
this analysis. Yet since this very symbol does recur in ritual contexts
of darkness and upheaval, it is only appropriate that we seek out the
underlying idea. A David Talbott article.
Subject: In these brief articles we have asked whether Immanuel
Velikovsky's comet Venus finds support among Mesoamerican cultures. Our
conclusion is that, to a stunning degree, the symbols or hieroglyphs of
comets stand in an unexplained conjunction with the planet Venus in
Mesoamerica. Not only the five most frequently-occurring hieroglyphs for
the comet around the world, but virtually all of the variations on these
symbols are attached to each other and to the planet Venus. On their
own, the symbols do not provide any basis for the observed merging. But
grant the proposed history of a COMET Venus, and all of the enigmas are
removed in a single stroke. A David Talbott article.
Subject: Mercury and Mars myth holds the same story and are in fact
the same gods. But why is one story or identity attached to two
different celestial bodies? It's simply the way symbolism evolved. A
David Talbott article.
[57.] Cosmology Material
The Nature & Definition of Space
Subject: New paradigm philosophical
article on the nature of what we mean by the word "space". Currently,
"space" is reified by scientist-speculators as an actual physical
reality instead of a mental construct such as zero or infinity.
Article shows that space is in the universe instead of the universe being in space.
The Neutrino Aether
New paradigm philosophical article on why accepting an aether is axiomatic, and why the EU thinking
is that it is composed of all but empty basic packets of matter called
neutrinos, with a vanishingly small amount of internal mass/energy and dipolarity.
The Nature of Force Fields
Subject: New paradigm philosophical article
on the concrete material support for "force fields", and a simple and
elegant explanation for why the force intensity falls off with some factor of distance.
Relativity & Einstein Tragedy
Subject: Article about the falsity of the theories of
"Relativity", and the tragedy that Einstein felt responsible for the
development of atomic weaponry and its WWII use.
The Religious Big Bang
Subject: Article showing that the Big Bang is religiously
derived, and is a scientifically unwarranted paradigm.
[58.] Galactic Rotation Dynamics
Subject: Article showing that galaxies revolve primarily as a
whole around the axis versus by the individual parts around a center of mass.
Globular Cluster Dynamics
Subject: Shows that stars in a cluster do not revolve
around a center and are held in place by electrical forces.
Cosmologists: Wrong or Blind?
Subject: How could millions of intelligent, conscientious astronomers
for centuries have been wrong? Not just overlooking a few details, they miss
the entire picture.
Stars: Nuclear or Electric?
Subject: The certainty that the Sun generates its prodigious energy
through thermonuclear reactions deep in its interior has held for about half
a century. But, there are many reasons to doubt this presently accepted
theory of how our Sun and stars generate radiant energy.
3 Gravitational Fallacies
Subject: Velikovsky postulated empiric evidences of the fallacy of the
law of gravitation. How do these stand up today?
The Pleiades Problem
Subject: The Hipparcos satellite measured the distance to 50 of the
brightest stars in the Pleiades and came up with a distance of 118 parsecs
from Earth. Previous distance measurements converged around the value of 132
parsecs. That's a significant difference; about 12%, or almost 3 quadrillion
[52.] Arp's Quasar Ejection
Subject: A recently published study adds one more layer of supporting
evidence for Astronomer Halton Arp's model of Quasars ejection along the
axis of parent galaxies. The discovered association can only come as another
surprise to theorists of the Big Bang.
Gamma Ray Bursters
Subject: The estimated size of a gamma
ray burst depends on its distance from earth. Redshift=distance makes some
if not all gamma ray bursts impossibly energetic.
Subject: Why is the sky dark at night? According to the intensity of
light decreasing by the square of distance, and the number of stars
increasing by the cube of distance, our sky should be blazingly bright.
Local Group Galaxies
Subject: What do we "see" about the local galaxies now that
"redshift=distance" does not override observations? We can
see that the Local Group stretches in a line along the minor axis of M31,
the Andromeda galaxy, which is the dominant galaxy in the group.
Quasar in Front
Subject: One of the two major foundations of the big bang is that
redshift is proportional to distance. This example violates that
The Fingers of God
Subject: The big bang theory predetermines the size, shape and age of
the universe as an expanding sphere. A different interpretation of redshift
will imply a much different universe.
[60.] Redshift Rosetta Stone
Subject: Some years ago, the XMM Newton orbiting x-ray telescope
witnessed a galaxy ejecting two high redshift quasars. Early in the 24- hour
observation of the active nucleus of NGC 3516, it recorded a flare ten
trillion times as powerful as a solar flare. Then two high redshift regions
appeared on opposite sides of the galactic nucleus. One side featured a
spike in redshift and the other side a similar dip in redshift–as if one
spot were moving away from us and the other coming toward us at about one
tenth the speed of light.
Seeing Red Book Review
Wings of a Butterfly
Subject: In the electric universe cosmology, explosions, dying stars, and
collisions are replaced by plasma phenomena for the production of such
beautiful and intricate structures.
The Bug Nebula
Plasmas in the lab form cellular structures
separated by thin layers of opposite charge called double layers. Does the
same thing happen in nebulas?
Subject: Are planets formed slowly by accretion over millions of years or 3born2 suddenly
and violently from a larger body?
Subject: More information on planet birthing.
[61.] The Bullet Cluster
Optical and x-ray images of the
galaxy cluster named 1E0657-56 have provided direct proof that these clumps
of disturbed galaxies are small, faint, and nearby. These and many similar
observations directly contradict the foundational assumptions of the Big
Bang, which place the objects far away.
The Ornament Nebula
Subject: Gravity Universe proponents describe a star that exhausted its
thermonuclear fuel and exploded and blasted its outer layers into a rarified
interstellar gas, generating a spherical shock waves formation. Electric
Universe proponents describe an hourglass-shaped z-pinch in a galactic
Birkeland cable–a tubular configuration of current filaments
rotating around an axis, where in this case we are looking "down the
barrel". Such a configuration is the “wiring harness” of all stars, which is
Religious Big Bang
Subject: Article showing that the Big Bang is
religiously derived, and is a scientifically unwarranted paradigm.
Big Bang "Science"
Subject: At the heart of conventional cosmology lies the
dogma of an electrically neutral universe governed by gravity alone. Without
the benefit of this dogma, the Big Bang hypothesis could never have achieved
its present prominence. And it is here that we see most clearly how, under
the necessities of funding, scientists are eager to “confirm” a theory that,
according to many critics, has already failed.
In the 1930s, astronomers Fritz Zwicky and Sinclair
Smith were puzzled by the motions they observed within the Virgo and Coma
galactic clusters. Everything seemed to be moving too fast to be held in
place by gravity. So they conjectured that something they could not see was
exerting a gravitational effect on these clusters.
Relativity & Einstein Tragedy
Dent in Space-Time Fabric?
[62.] Absurdity of Neutron Stars
Cosmologists: Wrong or Blind?
Hubble Release Challenged
Magnetar Dream World
Meaning of Deep Impact
Deep Impact Anniversary
The Thunderbolts Group proponents of the Electric Universe (EU) model
predicted on December 6, 2004 that the Deep Impact mission would signal the
demise of prevailing
comet theory.Extensive specific and detailed predictions were published on July 3, 2005
before the impact and these predictions and the results can be seen.
Nature of Ring Nebula
Tornadoes in Space I
Tornadoes in Space II
Electric Lights of Saturn
EU Discharges & Scars
Star Fairy Ring
Ring of Stars
Velikovsky, Heat of Venus
[65.] Definition Material
Key Term Definitions
Subject: About 60 key terms used on this site that needed to be
clarified and better defined.
Mind Related Definitions
Subject: 16 Key terms related to the mind are defined and differentiated.
Intellect Related Definitions
Subject: 5 Key terms related to intellectual activity are defined
Definitions of Ecclesia
Subject: There is much confusion regarding this term of Christian
importance, and proper definition is essential.
Origin of Soul Term Definitions
Subject: There is much confusion regarding the term soul, and a proper definition is crucial.
Definition of Life
Definition of Human
Subject: There is much confusion regarding these terms of Christian
importance, and proper definitions are essential.
Soul term Definitions
[66.] Symbol Development
Memories of Plasma Discharge
Subject: What do oriental carpets,
craters and rilles, ancient mythology, rock art have to do with each other? Along with others they are
all pieces in a composite picture of catastrophe in ancient
times, and they are all related to plasma configurations seen in the sky.
Memories of Squatter Man
Subject: Many symbolic patterns around the world
can now be seen as variations of the global "squatter man" or "stick
man" first documented by plasma scientist Anthony Peratt. They are
stylized derivations of a plasma discharge configuration seen in the ancient sky.
Chinese Longevity Symbol
Subject: This symbol is a stylized
version of the "squatter man" and is related to longevity
because this plasma discharge formation lasted the longest in the series
seen in the ancient sky.
Astral Origin of Symbols
Subject: The powerful symbols that were produced in the sky
during the end-phase of the Golden Age include all the major religious
ones–the cross, swastika, star of David, yin yang,, star and crescent,
the Ankh–and many others that are global in scope.
[67.] Language Development
Subject: An exposition positing and supporting the idea that much
of linguistic development is related to the Saturnian polar alignment,
and most if not all happened immediately after the Great catastrophe and
subsequent global catastrophe.
Tower of Babel Language
Subject: A Discussion of the Tower of Babel account and its place in
The "No Eight" Pattern
Subject: A look at a very curious pattern of Sanskit-Indo-European
languages showing that the word for night is a combination of the words
"no eight", and a simple and stunning explanation.
Origin of "Star" Words
Subject: Throughout the whole range of the Indo-European
language group, the words for star are cognate, starting (!) with the
Sanskrit 'star' . It is clear that these words are also cognate with
many of the names (Ishtar, Astarte, Asherah, Ashteroth) of the goddess
identified with the planet Venus. The radiant Venus was at one time the
only star-shaped light visible in the sky, and the star-words may be
derived from the proper name rather than vice versa.
[68.] Planet-Star Words
Subject: A look at many and varied word patterns surrounding the
root words "star", Mars, Ares, Venus, Innanna, Saturn, El, and Chronos.
Subject: The languages familiar to us cannot be
traced back to, or will not point back to, any systematic
language prior to the polar configuration. Article by David Talbott.
Subject: An article about Egyptologists finding earliest use of
an alphabet in a Semitic script with Egyptian influences.
Subject: A 3800-year-old alphabet has been found intact on six
global continents. Translations and grammar suggest a global human
culture thrived in antiquity.
The Great Pyramid|
Caral, Peru Archaeology
Subject: Researchers investigating a Peruvian archaeological
site say they have determined that it is the oldest city yet studied in
the Americas, with a complex, highly structured society that flourished
at the same time that the pyramids were being built in Egypt.
Solstice Light Boxes
Subject: It's been called a "lightbox," a man-made ancient
aperture in a tomb that accurately tracks the movement of celestial
bodies on the darkened chambers inside.
Bible Flunks Archaeology
Subject: What if Bible accounts don't fit the evidence in the
ground? What if David's Jerusalem was really a rural backwater –and
the greatness of Israel and Judah lay far in the future? Lately, such
assertions are coming from some authorities on Israel's archaeology, who
speak from the perspective of recent finds from excavations into the ancient past.
Brother? James Ossuary
Subject: A burial box that was recently discovered in Israel
and dates to the first century could be the oldest archaeological link
to Jesus Christ, according to a French scholar whose findings were published.
A candid look and review of the outstanding features of the
Cheops pyramid that cannot be readily explained by our current understanding
of ancient technology and capability.
In Search of Moses
Subject: An article by catastrophist researcher Ev Cochrane concerning
reliable information about Moses.
Subject: Archaeologists have discovered traces of a huge and
elaborate wooden temple dating back 5,000 years. Evidence shows that it was
once one of the most important ceremonial sites in England, comparable in
significance to Stonehenge.
[82.] Chronology Section
Ages and Time Aspects
Subject: On the macro scale the ancients divided time reality
into ages (eras, eons), periods that were determined by qualities versus
a quantity of smaller cyclical increments such as months or years. An age ended and a new age
began with a climactic event or events that substantially changed the
paradigm, flavor, and/or the experience of the world's reality.
Puzzles of Prehistory
Subject: A planet whose global processes are now,
and have long been, predominantly uniformitarian is one which would not
be expected to look like our contemporary Earth. A Roger Wescott
Dark Age of Greece
Subject: Velikovsky's investigation into the true cause of
this so-called "Dark Age" ranks with the best of his work and may well
prove to be the most convincing A Clark Whelton article.
Subject: The dating shift effected by the
early Carolingians strongly suggests that the lay population knew both
the apocalyptic meaning of the "year 6000" and its surmised imminent approach.
This is the context in which the Annus Domini took its place as
the third major dating system in the Church's struggle against
Caucasoid Early Americans
Restoration of Ancient History
No Early Middle Ages?
How Much Time?
Subject: This is a big issue when it comes to building a world view and
sorting out the geophysical and archaeological issues.
[83.] Radiohalos & Earth History
Subject: Historically, radiohalos helped to put the science of
geochronology on a quantitative footing. More recently, they have
thrown the entire discipline into disarray.
Psuedo-8th Century Palestine
Subject: Making mistakes in the writing of history usually
derives from a biased interpretation of documents and artifacts and may
also derive from fake documents and fake artifacts. Making mistakes in
the writing of history quite frequently has to do with the recycling of
stories, and this may result in a duplication of events and rulers
allowing for a doubling of chronological time. Making mistakes in the
writing of history - last, but not least - derives from taking genuine
artifacts out of their stratigraphical context. A Gunnar Heinsohn
The Doubtful C.E. Chronology
Subject: It turns out that both B.C.E. AND C.E chronology are rat
nests that have HUGE problems and anomalies. Just focusing on C.E.
chronology, EVERY single aspect supporting the accepted chronology turns
out to be another lily pad in the pond that won't hold the weight
when we rely upon it.
CE Chronology Issues
Subject: A partial yet convincing overview of Europe's CE dating
challenges from several different perspectives that indicate a drastic revision is needed.
Millenium AD Chronology
Fundamentalistic Chronology problem
Age Limits of Biosphere
Subject: Having a look at some geophysical aspects that
preclude the surface of the earth being more than thousands of years old
instead of millions.
An article explaining that once a date for a significant event gets
set, it is very hard for that date to get revised, along with all the other
Mummified Dinosaur in Montana
Ebla Discovery & Excavation
Subject: The discovery and excavation of Ebla and its extensive library
allows a significant better translation of the Sumerian language, and
Frozen Mammoths Problem
The Bergamo Experience
Subject: In 2000, an invitation to introduce the Saturn Reconstruction
material at the University of Milano-Bergamo in Italy uncovered the
willingness of the audience to listen to the most errant nonsense, but not
the Saturnian material, even though they are immersed in the mythology and
surrounded with its iconography in their art, statuary and architecture.
The article demonstrates once again the preference for being deceived
instead of being open to the truth.
Climate Alarmist Hype
Worlds in Collision Review Story
Subject: From the publication of Worlds in Collision in 1950
until his death in 1979, Immanuel Velikovsky was in an unusual
position. His financial future was assured–all of his books remained in
print through his lifetime, and some of them went through dozens of
hardcover and soft-cover re-printings–but his reputation was permanently
Book Critique Section
A Critique of the Book A New Earth
Subject: This critique shows that the thinking of the book is
based upon a fundamentally erroneous concept regarding the ego.
Maps of Meaning Critique
Worlds in Collision Review