By J. Douglas Kenyon
Demanding situations the medical theories at the institution of civilization and expertise
• comprises forty two essays through 17 key thinkers within the fields of different technology and heritage, together with Christopher Dunn, Frank Joseph, Will Hart, Rand Flem-Ath, and Moira Timms
• Edited by way of Atlantis Rising writer, J. Douglas Kenyon
In Forbidden History author and editor J. Douglas Kenyon has selected forty two essays that experience seemed within the bimonthly magazine Atlantis Rising to supply readers with an outline of the middle positions of key thinkers within the box of historic mysteries and substitute heritage. The 17 individuals comprise between others, Rand Flem-Ath, Frank Joseph, Christopher Dunn, and should Hart, all of whom problem the medical institution to reexamine its underlying premises in realizing historic civilizations and confide in the potential for significant debate round substitute theories of humanity's actual previous.
Each of the essays builds upon the paintings of the opposite members. Kenyon has conscientiously crafted his imaginative and prescient and chosen writings in six components: Darwinism lower than fireplace, Earth Changes--Sudden or sluggish, Civilization's higher Antiquity, Ancestors from house, old excessive Tech, and the quest for misplaced Origins. He explores the most up-tp-date principles within the Atlantis debate, the origins of the Pyramids, and lots of different arguable issues.
The publication serves as a superb creation to hitherto suppressed and substitute money owed of historical past as individuals bring up questions about the origins of civilization and humanity, catastrophism, and historical expertise. the gathering additionally contains numerous articles that introduce, examine, distinction, and supplement the theories of alternative outstanding authors in those fields, reminiscent of Zecharia Sitchin, Paul LaViolette, John Michell, and John Anthony West.
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But in our age, global mythology turns out a very unlikely resource of discovery. until eventually lately, mythologists sought to give an explanation for the traditional tales with references to occasions in daily life: to the seasons, to the ability of a hurricane, to levels of the Moon, or to pursuits of the solar. yet their efforts have produced a morass of contradictions, reinforcing the preferred trust that fantasy is fiction natural and simple—anything yet a accountable consultant to the prior. COMPARATIVE MYTHOLOGY by contrast, David Talbott, encouraged by way of Immanuel Velikovsky’s thought of interplanetary upheaval, constructed a style for evaluating the myths of far-flung cultures. His aim was once to find even if trustworthy stories have been embedded within the diversified tales. this technique is identical to the reasoning of lawyers in a court docket of legislation, wondering witnesses who should be mendacity, or incompetent, or remembering incorrectly. whilst statements from self sufficient witnesses converge on special info, they generally tend to corroborate one another, whether the witnesses aren't trustworthy in different issues they are saying. equally, in accordance with Talbott, there are enormous quantities of universal issues in global mythology within which diversified phrases and diverse symbols element to an analogous remembered occasions. The extra atypical the issues of convergence, the extra unreasonable it truly is to brush off them. while allowed to talk for themselves, those common stories inform a coherent and unique tale, Talbott claims. however it is a narrative that turns out preposterous from today’s worldview: based on Talbott, what the ancients worshipped and feared as strong gods have been planets located super with regards to Earth. This shut congregation of planets seemed as large powers within the sky. Their instabilities and unpredictable hobbies gave upward thrust to 1 of the commonest issues of myth—the wars of the gods. In those dramatic tales, the gods pounded one another with cosmic lightning whereas fireplace and stone descended in the world. THE WEAPON OF THE GODS In historical traditions, few photographs are extra vividly provided than the thunderbolts of the planetary gods, Talbott notes. think of the gas-giant Jupiter, whom the Greeks remembered because the ruler Zeus, the victor within the celestial conflict of the Titans. “Jupiter is simply a bit speck of sunshine in our sky, yet historical peoples recalled the god Jupiter as a towering shape within the heavens, wielding lightning as his weapon of selection. What does this suggest? If the gods have been planets, then the thunderbolts of the gods have been not anything lower than interplanetary lightning discharges. ” In Hesiod’s Theogony, we learn of Zeus, “From Heaven and from Olympus he got here instantly, hurling his lightning: the bolts flew thick and quickly from his powerful hand including thunder and lightning, whirling an amazing flame . . . ” while the dragon Typhon attacked the realm, there has been “thunder and lightning, and . . . fireplace from the monster, and the hot winds and blazing thunderbolt. ” Destroyed via a lightning bolt from Zeus, the world-threatening dragon got here to be referred to as the “thunderstricken.