H2O.......................3 (0.000%)
to drop into the ocean as H2O? 11846 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 9: NEW FASHIONS IN CATASTROPHISM -
the rings fell and the stored H2O deposits with them. 11854 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 9: NEW FASHIONS IN CATASTROPHISM -
Este are identical because they contain H2O. 81278 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"
 
 HA........................15 (0.002%)
of Jovian jubilee Jubilee Pass Judah ha-Levi Judaic monotheism Judaism Judaism, 3558 QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE: PART 5: The Scope of Quantavolution - - -
physiology Phystos Phythian oracle pi Pi-ha-kiroth Pickering, 4681 QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE: PART 5: The Scope of Quantavolution - - -
the Russian Jewish Zionist writer Ahad Ha'am, 10834 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 2: - Chapter 8: HOMO SCHIZO MEETS GOD -
the case of the biblical pi-ha-hiroth (so spelled by Velikovsky in Ages in Chaos, 15940 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 13: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK -
you send me I read "Pi-ha Hiroth which Velikovsky has altered into Pi-ha Khiroth, 18105 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 15: THE KNOWLEDGE INDUSTRY -
which Velikovsky has altered into Pi-ha Khiroth, 18105 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 15: THE KNOWLEDGE INDUSTRY -
khirot is very plausible expansion. The ha in the Hebrew is merely the definite article. 18109 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 15: THE KNOWLEDGE INDUSTRY -
each root 17 . The roots are ha, 74661 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 6: SYMBOLS AND SPEECH : CULTURAL DISCIPLINE AND SPEECH DIVERGENCE
the jump- off point at Pi-ha-khiroth, 86638 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 2: THE SCENARIO OF EXODUS : OPENING AND CLOSING THE WATERS
whirlpools of immense crosstides near Pi-ha-khiroth just as the forward elements of the Jewish column passed beyond the waters. 86757 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 2: THE SCENARIO OF EXODUS : UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES
60,000 who arrived at Pi-ha-khiroth near the frontier would include more warriors than is typical of a tribal migration. 92078 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 7: THE LEVITES AND THE REVOLTS : NUMBERS LEAVING EGYPT
many doubters and realists. Next, Pi-ha-Khiroth; 92447 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 7: THE LEVITES AND THE REVOLTS : BLAME THE PEOPLE
Ben, and the definite article for 'ha', 117296 KA: - - Chapter 13: 'KA', AND EGYPTIAN MAGIC : STATUES AND MUMMIES
this inscription, and the name Pi ha-hiroth is given in Exodus as the place where the tribes of Israel crossed the Red Sea; 135781 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 2: AFTERMATH TO EXPOSURE - - -
even aware of the use of 'ha' in Hebrew as the definite article. 135790 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 2: AFTERMATH TO EXPOSURE - - -
 
 HABHAR....................1 (0.000%)
Eridanus; in Arabic, throne. cut Heb. habhar, 120738 KA: - - - GLOSSARY -
 
 HABILIS...................1 (0.000%)
to any australopithecine (whether named H. habilis, 61643 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 2: HOMINIDS IN HOLOGENESIS -
 
 HABILITATE................1 (0.000%)
instinctualize, re-program, re-educate, re-habilitate the patient to a less demanding level of life.70414 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 1: THE NORMALLY INSANE : THERAPIES
 
 HABIT.....................58 (0.007%)
crater) gypsum gypsy moth gyroscope H habit habitability Hadas, 3152 QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE: PART 5: The Scope of Quantavolution - - -
this, they have been recapturing a habit of their ancestors who had been schooled, 21462 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - - INTRODUCTION -
little time to cast off the habit of traversing great distances, 46612 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 26 Fossil Deposits -
by friction, especially if in the habit of striking rocks together. 60622 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 1: SLIPPERY LADDERS OF EVOLUTION -
The alter ego grows though performance, habit and training into a weltanschauung (a world view). 64194 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : A MIND SPLIT BY MINUTE DELAYS
level of attention. Attention extended to habit and to obsession and to a sensing of property, 64983 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : THE NEW HUMAN BEING
work as an outcome of attention, habit, 65012 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : THE NEW HUMAN BEING
frequent type" (typical), "occurring according to habit," 69339 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 1: THE NORMALLY INSANE -
of such will be done. This habit, " 70148 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 1: THE NORMALLY INSANE : RECONCILING THE NORMAL AND ABNORMAL
that illness is a form of habit or obsession and that, 70347 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 1: THE NORMALLY INSANE : THERAPIES
these would be memory and obsession; habit and compulsiveness, 72444 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 3: BRAINWORK : MEMORY AND REPETITION
Enough has been said earlier on habit and compulsion to carry us forward into the subsequent chapters. 72461 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 3: BRAINWORK : MEMORY AND REPETITION
into the subsequent chapters. Memory, obsession, habit, 72462 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 3: BRAINWORK : MEMORY AND REPETITION
different forms, which we call compulsion, habit, 72735 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION -
in a becalmed way. Obsession, not habit, 73097 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
the family of memory, planning, and habit. 73135 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
obsessed compulsiveness. Obsessions are linked to habit. 73148 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
church. The relation of obsession to habit is clear in this case. 73151 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
finally committed. Then it is a habit of thought converted into a deed. 73154 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
trained behavior. Therefore it is a habit. 73160 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
Compulsions as acts are distinguishable from habit only by intensity. 73163 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
habit only by intensity. A drug habit becomes a compulsion, 73163 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
obsession is extinguished. The place of habit in both cases, 73182 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
the close of his prolonged studies. Habit and obsession are distinguishable in two ways, 73189 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
man. In modern and preferable terms, habit is an obsession that is governed by awareness and instrumentalism; 73192 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
governed by awareness and instrumentalism; a habit can be broken or strengthened; 73192 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
conversely, an obsession is a rigid habit. 73193 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
A controllable obsession is then a habit. 73194 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
obsession is then a habit. The habit can be generated, 73194 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
Only when the obsessive foundations of habit are understood, 73197 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
It would appear that an animal habit is already an obsession. 73214 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
an animal, too, the animal's habit is more obsessional, 73215 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
In the illumination provided by psychopathology, habit is more readily understandable as an obsession under some degree of control, 73225 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
find in them the essence of habit. 73236 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
in them the essence of habit. Habit originates in the need to control exploded behavior and unruliness. 73236 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
anxiety reduces in the presence of habit, 73238 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
anticipated in the creation of the habit. 73240 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
conditioning," "generalization and analogy," "patterns," and "habit structures," 74542 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 6: SYMBOLS AND SPEECH : THE STRUCTURE OF SPEAKING
reduced to a relative, generically impelled habit and coincidence, 75656 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 7: THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE BEAUTIFUL : CAUSATION
of obsession into bureaucratic and scientific habit and showing that, 75850 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 7: THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE BEAUTIFUL : THE COST OF LOSING MAGIC
acceptance of this reconstruction: achievement, supposition, habit and delight are, 80093 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : THE ROMAN VENUS
gases. She and he have a habit of disappearing. 80892 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 10: HE WHO SHINES BY DAY : CONGENITALITY AND HOMOLOGY
machinegun finally broke the centuries-old habit of European armies to attack in fine straight rows.) 89024 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 4: THE ARK IN ACTION : THE ARK'S END
wished to propitiate were in the habit of dispatching sparks upon metallized prominences such as horns, 89919 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 5: LEGENDS AND MIRACLES : THE BURNT OFFERING
actions. From action to practice to habit to obsession goes the continuum, 96091 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 1: THE GENESIS OF RELIGION -
Man, deprived of instinct, is a habit-former, 97923 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 6: RITUAL AND SACRIFICE -
aggression heretofore. Alongside these mechanisms moves habit, 98521 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 7: MAN'S DIVINE MIRROR -
life. In individuals, instinct serves for habit, 98525 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 7: MAN'S DIVINE MIRROR -
generally being that instinct is untrained. Habit and custom are inculcated by training or imitation. 98526 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 7: MAN'S DIVINE MIRROR -
training or imitation. Not only is habit pervasive of normal activities of individuals and groups. 98527 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 7: MAN'S DIVINE MIRROR -
is called obsession. The origin of habit and custom lay in the primeval fears of the self-aware human, 98530 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 7: MAN'S DIVINE MIRROR -
and its reciprocal of ritual controls. Habit, " 98581 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 7: MAN'S DIVINE MIRROR -
later on, the child has a habit of church-going, 99486 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 10: ETHICS AND THE SUPERNATURAL -
as they are related in character, habit, 109460 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 24: THE OUTLOOK OF SCIENTISTS -
of administration. Administration is largely institutionalized habit with varying small introjections of hypothetical or creative behavior.109720 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 24: THE OUTLOOK OF SCIENTISTS : THE ADMINISTRATION OF SCIENTISTS
a snake, and the snake's habit of renewing its skin could be a resurrection symbol. 120096 KA: - - Chapter 22: LIVING WITH ELECTRICITY : MEDICINE
bees calls to mind the Egyptian habit of associating phenomena with those living creatures that seem to possess the relevant characteristics, 121969 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 04: ZEUS -
Mrs. Gern". Oskar was in the habit of writing lengthy texts to explain the pictures and these texts give us some idea of his delusional system and his preoccupations. 128504 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 3: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE WORK OF IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY -