GREEKLESS.................1 (0.000%)
God out of the seat'. The Greekless reader needs to know that 'th', 113904 KA: - - Chapter 4: AMBER, ARK, AND EL -
 
 GREEKS....................224 (0.028%)
centuries so wrong? I searched for Greeks and Assyrians with horned helmets to correspond with those of the 'Peoples of the Sea' whom Velikovsky places with the fourth century Greeks and noticed several features on statues and vases. 8775 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 5: THE BRITISH CONNECTION -
Velikovsky places with the fourth century Greeks and noticed several features on statues and vases. 8776 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 5: THE BRITISH CONNECTION -
the 17th century. They showed the Greeks to understand heliocentricity and the sphericity and rotation of the Earth, 12478 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 10: ABC'S OF ASTROPHYSICS -
was eager to prove to the Greeks and Asians the superior antiquity of Egyptian civilization. 13463 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 11: CLOCKWORK -
version of the gods of the Greeks descending at will upon earth bringing discoveries as well as evil. 15376 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 12: THE THIRD WORLD OF SCIENCE -
Velikovsky wrote the myths of the Greeks, 18600 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 15: THE KNOWLEDGE INDUSTRY -
was the gloomy hell of the Greeks, 22368 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 02: HIGH ENERGY FROM SPACE : PANDEMONIUM AND DARKNESS
of dead pine forests, amber. The Greeks cherished it for its beauty and its electrical properties; 23734 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 03: COLLAPSING TESTS OF TIME : OF MAMMONTHS AND AMBER
The Arcadians, most ancient among the Greeks who had maintained a political community, "24996 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 05: SOLARIA BINARIA : EARLY ASTRONOMICAL IDEAS
Chaldean language is Thalatth; which the Greeks express as Thalassa, 27114 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 07: EARTH PARTURITION AND MOON BIRTH : LEGENDARY CHAOS AND THE MOON
and later they boasted to the Greeks of this 87 . 27307 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 07: EARTH PARTURITION AND MOON BIRTH : WESTERN EUROPE
toady, or even than to the Greeks, 28009 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 08: SATURN'S CHILDREN : THE TRIUMPH OF SATURN
s kingdom was fashioned by the Greeks into a story of celestial revolt 11 . 28016 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 08: SATURN'S CHILDREN : THE TRIUMPH OF SATURN
of this strange quadruped." To the Greeks this must be Typhon, 28515 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 09: THE OLYMPIAN RULERS : THE DEVIL SETH
the brow of Zeus, sang the Greeks, 29235 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS -
come) 18 . For that matter the Greeks, 29415 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS : HUNDREDS OF IDENTITIES
became the planet Venus to the Greeks only after the reality of the catastrophic period was dissipated into a euphoric amnesiac sublimation. 29427 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS : THE PLOT OF THE ILIAD
is pursued by the furious Danaens (Greeks), 29431 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS : THE PLOT OF THE ILIAD
served for a Venusian-length year. Greeks who survived the disorders of sky and planet chanted of the battle of the gods, 29951 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS : WORSHIP OF MARS
Olympic Games marked a reassembly of Greeks and may have occurred in 776 B. 29961 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS : WORSHIP OF MARS
and the advent of the archaic Greeks. 30061 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS : THE GREEK "DARK AGES"
in the natural philosophy of the Greeks, 30798 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 12: VICTORY OF THE SUN : SUN AND SCIENCE
early Romans, like the Hebrews and Greeks of the age, 35708 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART I: ATMOSPHERICS: Chapter 6 Cosmic and Terrestrial Lightning : Notes (Chapter Six: Terrestrial and Cosmic Lightning)
that of manna, ambrosia to the Greeks, 37316 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 9 Gases, Poisons and Foods -
time as the Hebrews, Hindus, Mexicans, Greeks and others were munching manna, 37374 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 9 Gases, Poisons and Foods -
workers and allies such as the Greeks and the miners of Zimbabwe brought in iron and worked it. 37659 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 10 Metals, Salt and Oil -
spoke of periodic flood catastrophes. The Greeks spoke of three great floods, 39536 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART III: HYDROLOGY: Chapter 13 Deluges -
and Super-Saturn novas) 10 . The Greeks had a god who was a son of Ouranos. 39685 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART III: HYDROLOGY: Chapter 13 Deluges -
several great floods. Just as the Greeks had at least three floods, 40296 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART III: HYDROLOGY: Chapter 14 Floods and Tides -
system's 'treasury of snow'... The Greeks associated the planet Saturn (Kronos) with snow and hail, 40769 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART III: HYDROLOGY: Chapter 15 Ice Fields of the Earth -
of the Bright Skies," as the Greeks significantly denominated him, 41029 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART III: HYDROLOGY: Chapter 15 Ice Fields of the Earth -
the ancestors of the Athenians and Greeks; 42103 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART IV: CRUSTAL TURBULENCE: Chapter 18 Sinking and Rising Lands -
continent of "Mu." Legends of the Greeks speak of a drowned Aegean Sea, 42122 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART IV: CRUSTAL TURBULENCE: Chapter 18 Sinking and Rising Lands -
are children of Okeanos, whom the Greeks called "the Father of Rivers" who personified the sky waters before the first deluges, 44835 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART V: RIFTS, RAFTS AND BASINS: Chapter 23 Canyons and Channels -
geodesy in Egypt and Greece. The Greeks and Assyro-Babylonians had the heptatonic or seven-toned diatonic scale of today. 48188 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 28 Genesis and Extinction -
ien, the Hindus Varuna, and the Greeks Ouranos. 52468 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 1: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINARY SYSTEM: Chapter 5: THE SAC AND ITS PLENUM -
is a great god of the Greeks. 56393 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 2: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY: Chapter 15: THE JUPITER ORDER -
Sicily were being heavily settled by Greeks, 56882 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 2: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY: Chapter 16: VENUS AND MARS -
example, the important idea that the Greeks and Romans named planets to correspond to the rank order of importance of the gods is realized only after prolonged study. 57482 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 3: TECHNICAL NOTES: - TECHNICAL NOTE A: ON METHOD -
in H. F. Osborn, From the Greeks to Darwin, 63997 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 3: MECHANICS OF HUMANIZATION : Notes (Chapter 3: Mechanics of Humanization)
sacred ancestor. We noted how the Greeks handled the problem of promises. 66902 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 6: SCHIZOID INSTITUTIONS : COVENANT AND CONTRACT
obey his own laws. So the Greeks were not so far off the mode of humanity. 66907 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 6: SCHIZOID INSTITUTIONS : COVENANT AND CONTRACT
of the twentieth century. When the Greeks and Turks mobilized in a crisis over the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, 67931 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY : SCHIZOID EPISODES IN ABUNDANCE
Dodds, in his brilliant study, The Greeks and the Irrational 10 demonstrates clearly that only very few Greeks of even the classical period, 68005 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY : HELL
demonstrates clearly that only very few Greeks of even the classical period, 68006 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY : HELL
many peoples of the world, including Greeks and Hindus, 68840 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY : SCHIZOTYPICALITY AND HOMO SAPIENS
Sumerians, Mayans, Chinese, Icelanders, Myceneans and Greeks, 73898 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR : ANHEDONICS
of discursive symbolism among the ancient Greeks affected human communications with these questions: 75642 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 7: THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE BEAUTIFUL : CAUSATION
moved through the intelligentsia. The classical Greeks were neither first nor last to go through the act of first constructing natural laws and then of finding out how to evade them. 75646 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 7: THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE BEAUTIFUL : CAUSATION
of a catastrophe visited upon the Greeks from the skies. 76626 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS - - - INTRODUCTION -
the Homeric Age. She led the Greeks in the Iliad and guided Odysseus through his many adventures of the Odyssey. 76634 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS - - - INTRODUCTION -
and the ways in which the Greeks recovered from them. 76648 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS - - - INTRODUCTION -
bodies, especially planet Venus which the Greeks and Romans, 76662 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS - - - INTRODUCTION -
and Helen to the Hellenes or Greeks. 76665 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS - - - INTRODUCTION -
the social psychology of the Homeric Greeks is framed in a concept of mania and madness, 76678 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS - - - INTRODUCTION -
conditions of horrifying natural disaster. The Greeks experienced it, 77231 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 1: SACRED SCANDAL AND DISASTER Chapter 3: THE LOVE AFFAIR AS THE MASK OF TRAGEDY -
symbolic form of a comedy. The Greeks assumed the Love Affair took place in the sky nor could it have any other location. 77235 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 1: SACRED SCANDAL AND DISASTER Chapter 3: THE LOVE AFFAIR AS THE MASK OF TRAGEDY -
now witness the catastrophe, as we Greeks call the end of an age and also that part of a drama which brings the culmination of a plot.77365 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 1: SACRED SCANDAL AND DISASTER Chapter 3: THE LOVE AFFAIR AS THE MASK OF TRAGEDY : THE HIDDEN STORY
then you know how lightly the Greeks took their gods and goddesses!" 77815 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 1: SACRED SCANDAL AND DISASTER Chapter 5: HOLY DREAMTIME : THE SCANDALOUS LITTLE PIECE
time of the Love Affair, the Greeks, 78028 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 1: SACRED SCANDAL AND DISASTER Chapter 5: HOLY DREAMTIME : THE PIOUS DRAMATIST
the goddess she succeeded in embroiling Greeks and Trojans in a gigantic struggle that cost both sides dearly. 78168 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 6: THE RAPE OF HELEN : THE INDESTRUCTIBLE LADY HELEN
father of the family of all Greeks. 78182 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 6: THE RAPE OF HELEN : THE INDESTRUCTIBLE LADY HELEN
change their social customs accordingly, becoming Greeks (graikoi 'worshippers of the Grey Goddess, 78192 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 6: THE RAPE OF HELEN : THE INDESTRUCTIBLE LADY HELEN
decades, the Trojans may have been Greeks who were set up by Homer to provide a counterforce to the Achaeans. 78232 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 6: THE RAPE OF HELEN : THE INDESTRUCTIBLE LADY HELEN
rationalized the sky-gods for the Greeks and transfigured unbearable truth into tolerable myth. 78261 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 6: THE RAPE OF HELEN : THE INDESTRUCTIBLE LADY HELEN
Greek character. He restored to the Greeks an ethnic identity consistent with the changed nature of the Gods and heaven.78265 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 6: THE RAPE OF HELEN : THE INDESTRUCTIBLE LADY HELEN
a stock phrase among the ancient Greeks. 78273 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 6: THE RAPE OF HELEN : THE AGE OF MARS
War and the departure of the Greeks. 78515 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : THE SAGE WHO BRIDGED THE DARK AGES
which "little happened," barbarism prevailed, the Greeks were illiterate, 78700 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : THE SAGE WHO BRIDGED THE DARK AGES
the aftermath of catastrophe. The Homeric Greeks developed a pantheon of skygods and assumed that these gods would continuously manifest themselves by thunderbolts, 78755 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
accredited to mankind, but the Homeric Greeks were yoked to moira, 78765 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
of mixed bands of other ethnic Greeks, 78922 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
such poor navigators as were the Greeks of Homer's time." 78937 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
not the first coins, but the Greeks had largely abandoned coinage. 78945 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
the Trojans were akin to the Greeks and that the Trojan War( s) pitted Greek against Greek. 78972 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
Greek. Homer probably stressed differences between Greeks and Trojans as a splendid device, 78973 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
up with its expanding front. The Greeks of Homer, 79023 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
They consisted of all kinds of Greeks. 79024 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
situation... When Mycenae fell, the surviving Greeks, 79043 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : SOCIETY IN SHOCK
the statement that "the Dark Age Greeks were poor sailors." 79125 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE
usually interpreted to mean that these Greeks were evolving from land animals into seafaring animals; 79126 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE
learned yet to sail. But these Greeks had no reason to be good sailors because they were raised as herders and warriors. 79127 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 7: CRAZY HEROES OF DARK TIMES : THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE
that attended the Aphrodisian Moon? The Greeks, 79828 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : A MATCH OF SOURCES
Emperor Julian, Nonnus, ... and ... the ancient Greeks were all wrong. 79833 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : A MATCH OF SOURCES
he says that Diana to the Greeks is Lucifera (the Light-Bearer) and is one of the seven planets or wanderers. 79871 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : A MATCH OF SOURCES
with menstruation and childbirth, hence the Greeks were making an erroneous transfer unless they carry the Moon as a wanderer and planet which in fact was often done; 79873 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : A MATCH OF SOURCES
her (and believe that subconsciously the Greeks assigned to her) in the Love Song of Demodocus in Book VIII of the Odyssey of Homer.79888 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : A MATCH OF SOURCES
with a thunderbolt, according to the Greeks), 79938 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : A MATCH OF SOURCES
names enough. But what did the Greeks call the planet before it received its new name? 79967 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : HOW TO NAME A PLANET?
intellectuals. Does this mean that the Greeks and Romans then stopped upon applying he word, 79978 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : HOW TO NAME A PLANET?
is given to the planet, the Greeks began revising their religious history. 80025 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : HOW TO NAME A PLANET?
a removed culture. Aphrodite of the Greeks is made to be the goddess standing behind Phosphorus and Hesperus and their duality. 80052 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : HOW TO NAME A PLANET?
this learned and authoritative source, the Greeks applied the old name Aphrodite to the planet. 80058 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : HOW TO NAME A PLANET?
that the less sexually restrained ancient Greeks and Romans could employ the same word in their goddess of coming and thus allow to the Latin word its obvious root meaning.80087 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : THE ROMAN VENUS
became the planet Venus, when the Greeks named their planet Aphrodite. 80100 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : THE ROMAN VENUS
Greeks named their planet Aphrodite. The Greeks have no letter "V". 80103 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : THE ROMAN VENUS
27 It would seem that the Greeks, 80148 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : THE ROMAN VENUS
comet Venus was known to the Greeks and described graphically by Nonnus." 80391 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 9: THE RUINED FACE OF A CLASSIC BEAUTY -
to the quadrilateral relationship: Hephaestus Tuchulcha: Greeks Etruscans. 80800 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 10: HE WHO SHINES BY DAY : THE EPITHETS OF VENUS
God. At the same time, the Greeks were circulating a legend of Cadmus who had killed a dragon, 81105 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 10: HE WHO SHINES BY DAY : ATHENA'S LAST BATTLES
Venus, and the goddess of the Greeks. 81264 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 10: HE WHO SHINES BY DAY : APPENDIX TO CHAPTER TEN LOGIC OF IDENTIFYING RELATIONS SUCH AS "HEPHAESTUS IS ATHENA"
of the legionnaire. The male-chauvinist Greeks and Romans made Mars out to be a handsome athletic lover. 81541 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 11: THE BLASTED CAREER OF THE MIGHTY SWORDSMAN : THE QUALITIES OF ARES
to the western regions where the Greeks have gone in large numbers. 81559 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 11: THE BLASTED CAREER OF THE MIGHTY SWORDSMAN : THE QUALITIES OF ARES
and more fateful career than the Greeks could afford him. 81576 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 11: THE BLASTED CAREER OF THE MIGHTY SWORDSMAN : THE QUALITIES OF ARES
a naked force, resembling what the Greeks thought of Ares as a god, 81873 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 11: THE BLASTED CAREER OF THE MIGHTY SWORDSMAN : THE FATAL WOUND
affected mankind more recently. To the Greeks, 82168 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 12: THE LAUGHING GODS : POSEIDON
art of writing returned to the Greeks in the form of the Phoenician alphabet, 83123 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 14: THE USES OF LANGUAGE : HOMER: EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
adulterous love triangle, descended from the Greeks, 83849 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 15: THE BIRTH AND DEATH OF MEMORY : THE RULES OF MEMORY
Pythagoras, Plato and other illustrious ancient Greeks do not frankly tell their curious descendants of the true deeds of Mars and the Moon.83967 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 15: THE BIRTH AND DEATH OF MEMORY : AMNESIAC PHILOSOPHERS
bodies were so similar because the Greeks did not know the planets and did not want unfairly to give names to some but not to others.83988 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 15: THE BIRTH AND DEATH OF MEMORY : AMNESIAC PHILOSOPHERS
instance, even five centuries later. The Greeks did not develop a tradition of geological and astronomical reporting until the scientific period began, 84024 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 15: THE BIRTH AND DEATH OF MEMORY : AMNESIAC PHILOSOPHERS
readily with the audience of ancient Greeks. 84370 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 16: THE TRANSFIGURATION OF TRAUMA : SEXUALITY AND DISASTER
fact was known to "pre-scientific" Greeks. 84729 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 17: SETTLED SKY AND UNSETTLED MIND : THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE
the Moon and of love. Also, Greeks called the Moon "Selene" and partially transferred Aphrodite from the Moon to planet Venus and called the planet Aphrodite; 85059 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS - - APPENDIX CHARACTERS OF THE BOOK -
355. 60. E. R. Dodds, The Greeks and the Irrational, 89390 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 4: THE ARK IN ACTION : Notes (Chapter 4: The Ark in Action)
Koestler once pointed out that the Greeks called stutterers and foreigners by the same name, "91900 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 6: THE CHARISMA OF MOSES : Notes (Chapter 6: The Charisma of Moses)
is, all the gods of the Greeks, 93615 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 8: THE ELECTRIC GOD -
at the Exodus was Zeus." The Greeks change H to E and final H to S. ( 93720 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 8: THE ELECTRIC GOD : THE NAME OF YAHWEH
Romans, and the Kronos of the Greeks. 94508 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 8: THE ELECTRIC GOD : MONOTHEISM
gods were not felt by the Greeks to have been manufactured or invented as the 'Personification' implies; 96215 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 1: THE GENESIS OF RELIGION -
gods as blood-related. To the Greeks - to us, 96570 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 2: THE SUCCESSION OF GODS -
thousand names of gods - for the Greeks counted that many. 97117 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 4: THE HEAVENLY HOST -
not real hard things. If the Greeks had 30, 97128 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 4: THE HEAVENLY HOST -
pantheon, any more than the Teutons, Greeks, 97439 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 4: THE HEAVENLY HOST -
percipient authority once termed the ancient Greeks schizophrenic, 97531 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 4: THE HEAVENLY HOST -
of the Greek mind, thought the Greeks more mad than other peoples. 97907 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 6: RITUAL AND SACRIFICE -
Troy during the war between the Greeks and Trojans. 102314 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 2: THE BURNING OF TROY : THE "BURNT CITY" OF TROY
have vanished with him. If the "Greeks" were in hot pursuit, 102451 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 2: THE BURNING OF TROY : THE "BURNT CITY" OF TROY
the gate? Schliemann suggests that the "Greeks" commanded the gates. 102474 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 2: THE BURNING OF TROY : THE "BURNT CITY" OF TROY
of heaven enter the battle of Greeks and Trojans: 102605 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 2: THE BURNING OF TROY : THE "BURNT CITY" OF TROY
was obviously used by VII century Greeks. 103256 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 3: THE FOUNDING OF ROME -
the affair. The story told by Greeks (and no Roman history in Latin is known until much later) is seen in Italian perspective about 300 B. 103355 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 3: THE FOUNDING OF ROME -
earliest archaeological remains afford specimens of Greeks material ascribed to the last quarter of the VIII century, 103530 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 3: THE FOUNDING OF ROME -
out of the inferiority complex many Greeks have about foreign expertness and at the same time fed upon the complex. (106754 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 2: GEOLOGICAL ISSUES: Chapter 14: ATHENS QUAKES -
Roman by origin, but Christian. The Greeks and Romans were fully and explicitly phallic 3 . 107172 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 3: WORKING OF THE MIND: Chapter 16: SANDAL-STRAPS AND SEMIOLOGY -
journal... Papyrus ? . I wonder why other Greeks haven't climbed aboard the wagon? 107402 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 3: WORKING OF THE MIND: Chapter 17: MAKING MOONSHINE WITH HARD SCIENCE -
me to suppress the information. The Greeks must pretend to invent everything. 107412 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 3: WORKING OF THE MIND: Chapter 17: MAKING MOONSHINE WITH HARD SCIENCE -
according to the theology of the Greeks, 108639 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 3: WORKING OF THE MIND: Chapter 21: JUPITER'S BANDS AND SATURN'S RINGS -
has often been stated that the Greeks and other ancients possessed a potential for science not much less than the present achievements of science, 109861 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 24: THE OUTLOOK OF SCIENTISTS : THE CHANGING COMMUNITY OF SCIENCE
literature and histories of the ancient Greeks and Romans are faced immediately with a paradox. 112598 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
so on. Nor were the ancient Greeks and Romans the only ones to hold such beliefs and indulge in such practices. 112608 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
and irrational, and suggest that the Greeks and Romans were acting rationally according to their lights.112612 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
ascertained before any important undertaking. The Greeks sent inquirers to Delphi and Dodona. 112614 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
love as well as anger). The Greeks thought in terms of possession of a human being, 112746 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
especially the area known to the Greeks as Ionia, 112796 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
studied the naturae rationem which the Greeks called physiologia, 112815 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
in the tenth. II: 447: The Greeks prepare for battle. 112935 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
in Troy, was stolen by two Greeks, 113194 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
a fight with a monster. The Greeks thought he was the same as the Egyptian Osiris.113592 KA: - - Chapter 3: DIONYSUS -
god of the open sky. The Greeks also had Zeus Katachthonios, 113742 KA: - - Chapter 3: DIONYSUS -
in later chapters dealing with the Greeks and the Egyptians. 113975 KA: - - Chapter 4: AMBER, ARK, AND EL -
were of great interest to the Greeks and Romans. 114272 KA: - - Chapter 5: DEITIES OF DELPHI -
worth considering the importance that the Greeks and Romans attached to remembering the dead, 114405 KA: - - Chapter 5: DEITIES OF DELPHI -
only later were they interpreted by Greeks and then by modern scholars as anthropomorphic descriptions of natural phenomena, 114657 KA: - - Chapter 6: SKY LINKS -
sky, through the eyes of the Greeks and of some other peoples. 114801 KA: - - Chapter 6: SKY LINKS -
The Golden Bough, Chapter 36: Asiatic Greeks strung up an ox in a tree and stabbed it.114973 KA: - - Chapter 6: SKY LINKS : LEVIATHAN.
so that Poseidon may help the Greeks. 115015 KA: - - Chapter 6: SKY LINKS : LEVIATHAN.
H. Crosthwaite CHAPTER SEVEN SACRIFICE THE Greeks (and many others) tell us that strange objects appeared in the sky, 115073 KA: - - Chapter 7: SACRIFICE -
clearly of great importance to the Greeks, 115109 KA: - - Chapter 7: SACRIFICE : THE SACRIFICE OF GOATS.
probably a connection with what the Greeks say they saw in the sky. 115156 KA: - - Chapter 7: SACRIFICE : THE SACRIFICE OF GOATS.
Greek god of the underworld. The Greeks commonly used two words for an altar: ' 115167 KA: - - Chapter 7: SACRIFICE : THE SACRIFICE OF GOATS.
ff.: Aeneas is asleep while the Greeks are mounting the final attack on Troy. 115267 KA: - - Chapter 7: SACRIFICE : MAGIC; SACRIFICE: SOME RELEVANT PASSAGES.
the Achaeans to flight. Herodotos IV: Greeks took the aegis for statues of Athene from Libya. 115304 KA: - - Chapter 7: SACRIFICE : MAGIC; SACRIFICE: SOME RELEVANT PASSAGES.
colliding, by the historian Thucydides. The Greeks felt that life was a matter of walking along a razor's edge. 115476 KA: - - Chapter 8: SKY AND STAGE -
represented the solar system as the Greeks understood and described it. 115496 KA: - - Chapter 8: SKY AND STAGE -
I: 13. I suggest that the Greeks linked the god in the ground with the god in the sky. 115741 KA: - - Chapter 9: TRIPOD CAULDRONS -
Set was well known to the Greeks. 115749 KA: - - Chapter 9: TRIPOD CAULDRONS -
the Greeks. He killed Osiris; the Greeks equated him with Typhon. 115749 KA: - - Chapter 9: TRIPOD CAULDRONS -
snake, a dedication from all the Greeks from the spoil of Plataea. 115810 KA: - - Chapter 9: TRIPOD CAULDRONS -
fact that he and, presumably, many Greeks held them. 115954 KA: - - Chapter 10: THE EVIDENCE FROM PLUTARCH -
were a major preoccupation of the Greeks. 116123 KA: - - Chapter 11: THE PRESOCRATIC PHILOSOPHERS -
to Kerenyi, 'The Gods of the Greeks', 116431 KA: - - Chapter 12: MYSTERY RELIGIONS -
deities, and are equated by the Greeks with the action of the aither and of the soul.116580 KA: - - Chapter 12: MYSTERY RELIGIONS -
Three words often occur when the Greeks write about the mysteries: 116582 KA: - - Chapter 12: MYSTERY RELIGIONS -
in Athens and at Delos. The Greeks had a tradition of unusual things happening in the sky, 116863 KA: - - Chapter 12: MYSTERY RELIGIONS : HEPHAESTUS
theory of inspiration held by the Greeks (see previous quotation from Archilochus, "116976 KA: - - Chapter 13: 'KA', AND EGYPTIAN MAGIC -
was of great importance to the Greeks; 117310 KA: - - Chapter 13: 'KA', AND EGYPTIAN MAGIC : STATUES AND MUMMIES
as one of the twelve gods. Greeks, 117823 KA: - - Chapter 16: HERAKLES AND HEROES -
Herakles from Egypt, that is, those Greeks who gave the name Herakles to the son of Amphitryon. 117823 KA: - - Chapter 16: HERAKLES AND HEROES -
was a mortal hero to the Greeks, 117945 KA: - - Chapter 16: HERAKLES AND HEROES -
Hector to challenge one of the Greeks to a duel. 118089 KA: - - Chapter 17: BYWAYS OF ELECTRICITY : SOME PASSAGES OF INTEREST IN THE ILIAD
the information given to Herodotus. The Greeks and Romans, 118145 KA: - - Chapter 17: BYWAYS OF ELECTRICITY : SOME PASSAGES OF INTEREST IN THE ILIAD
of Troy and escaped from the Greeks is well known. 118257 KA: - - Chapter 18: ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS -
Sardinia, where they mingled with the Greeks. 118301 KA: - - Chapter 18: ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS : PASSAGES REFERRING TO TROY AND THE EARLY YEARS OF ROME
again and made war on the Greeks. 118303 KA: - - Chapter 18: ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS : PASSAGES REFERRING TO TROY AND THE EARLY YEARS OF ROME
war on the Greeks. Very few Greeks survived, 118303 KA: - - Chapter 18: ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS : PASSAGES REFERRING TO TROY AND THE EARLY YEARS OF ROME
added to the alphabet by the Greeks. 118449 KA: - - Chapter 18: ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS : ROME, MONARCHY, AND THE GODS
pronged sacrificial fork, pempobolon, of the Greeks may correspond to the Hebrew 'mazlegh, ' 118764 KA: - - Chapter 18: ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS : Notes (Chapter Eighteen: Rome and the Etruscans)
planets, which were regarded by the Greeks as gods, 118768 KA: - - Chapter 18: ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS : Notes (Chapter Eighteen: Rome and the Etruscans)
the Timaeus. The fact that the Greeks used the word 'pur', 118808 KA: - - Chapter 19: THE TIMAEUS -
shared by Egyptians, Akkadians, Phoenicians, Hebrews, Greeks, 119039 KA: - - Chapter 20: SANCTIFICATION AND RESURRECTION -
is often a sinister device. The Greeks in early times called the Persians Cephenes, 119070 KA: - - Chapter 20: SANCTIFICATION AND RESURRECTION -
to the human spine caused the Greeks to associate it with the divine element in the skull and spine, 119563 KA: - - Chapter 21: THE DEATH OF KINGS -
out in the sky. ART The Greeks and Romans greatly valued realism. 119808 KA: - - Chapter 22: LIVING WITH ELECTRICITY : ART
similar to the Greek stemma. The Greeks and Egyptians attached great importance to hair styles. 119923 KA: - - Chapter 22: LIVING WITH ELECTRICITY : DRESS AND COSMETICS
healing, plague, and sudden death. The Greeks feared contact with infected persons, 120087 KA: - - Chapter 22: LIVING WITH ELECTRICITY : MEDICINE
poetry was the Bible of the Greeks, 120137 KA: - - Chapter 22: LIVING WITH ELECTRICITY : MUSIC
the 'Peoples of the Sea', the Greeks rebuilt it. 120538 KA: - - - APPENDIX B: READING BACKWARDS
drink which would produce sensations which Greeks associated with electricity. 122063 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 05: DIONYSUS -
full range of vowel sounds. The Greeks adapted the Phoenician alphabet, 122369 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 07: THE LABYRINTH AND AXE -
well as the Egyptians, the early Greeks saw the object in the sky as a bull, 122539 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 08: THE BULL -
north. The dramatic technique of the Greeks, 122547 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 08: THE BULL -
were the divine harpists of the Greeks. 122712 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 09: NAXOS -
a temple tomb at Knosos. The Greeks had their Bronze Age Daedalus, 122825 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 10: CHRONOLOGY -
staircase". Zeus, chief deity of the Greeks, 123047 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 12: CATASTROPHE, MYTH AND SKY -
monsters. The thunderbolt is shown by Greeks in the hand of Zeus, 123048 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 12: CATASTROPHE, MYTH AND SKY -
differed from the anthropomorphism of the Greeks, 123472 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 13: FIRE -
and Kerenyi, The Gods of the Greeks, 123987 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 16: THE DANCE -
originated movement was taken by the Greeks to be a sign of the presence in the object or animal of psyche. 124306 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 19: LIFE -
Hugh Crosthwaite Chapter 23 BOLTS The Greeks knew of two different kinds of thunderbolt, 125036 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 23: BOLTS -
Greek crown, stephanos, Set visible. The Greeks used for the north the terms arktos, 125140 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 24: THE NORTH -
deities who controlled the thunderbolt. The Greeks were aware of the connection between a deity of the thunderbolt and sexual passion.125189 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 24: THE NORTH -
creatures, half human, half snake. The Greeks were familiar with these ideas; 125845 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 27: GLOSSARY -
his Timaeus he noted that the Greeks do not remember ancient catastrophes, 126590 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 1: CULTURAL AMNESIA : AMNESIA
adulterous love triangle, descended from the Greeks, 127496 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 2: THE PALAETIOLOGY OF FEAR AND MEMORY : THE RULES OF MEMORY
science's preponderant influence from the Greeks and their cyclical cosmos, 132508 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 7: LIVING WITH VELIKOVSKY: : CATASTROPHISM AS WORLD VIEW
from the Dark Age, the ancient Greeks never mentioned it and seemingly knew nothing of it. 132780 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 8: AFTERWORD -
Ogyges, a time mark for ancient Greeks, 136422 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
of the Earth, such as Germans, Greeks, 137186 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
of Phaeton which according to the Greeks had its main impact on Africa (some poets claimed that it caused the Africans to turn black), 137660 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
Deucalion (the name by which the Greeks called the man who supposedly survived it and repopulated the land). 137663 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
of past events, which among the Greeks were presented as the story of Phaeton. 137772 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
but this tradition puzzled the same Greeks who reported it, 138009 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
have been known to the ancient Greeks (I have mentioned what Sir Walter Raleigh wrote in 1616). 138132 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -