From the Exodus to King AkhnatonFrom the Exodus to King Akhnaton

With utmost precision, Velikovsky takes readers on a detailed and highly interesting journey through corrected history about the entire Near East.

Author: Immanuel Velikovsky

Publisher: Paradigma Ltd

ISBN: 9781906833732


Page: 364

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With utmost precision, Velikovsky takes readers on a detailed and highly interesting journey through corrected history about the entire Near East.

Empire of Thebes Or Ages in Chaos RevisitedEmpire of Thebes Or Ages in Chaos Revisited

Other volumes, however, such as Ages in Chaos Vol. 1, shortened Egyptian history by just over five centuries in order to make it conform to the chronology ...

Author: Emmet John Sweeney

Publisher: Algora Publishing

ISBN: 9780875864808


Page: 194

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Inspired by Velikovsky's "Ages in Chaos," Sweeney embarks on a 3-part work to complete the reconstruction of ancient history; he calls for a much more radical shortening of ancient chronology and asserts that Velikovsky placed too much reliance on the Bible as a chronological measuring rod.

The Feasts of Israel God s Plan of the Ages Volume 1The Feasts of Israel God s Plan of the Ages Volume 1

Velikovsky wrote Ages in Chaos, Earth in Upheaval, and his most famous work, Worlds in Collision, (all published by Doubleday) which I found fascinating, ...

Author: Paul Lindberg

Publisher: Redemption Press

ISBN: 9781632324863



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While some Christian ministries warn of impending world-changing events and signs of the end times, Paul Lindberg points us back to God’s story of redemption. In “The Feasts of Israel: God’s Plan of the Ages,” Lindberg sees the children of Israel as the very heart of God’s perfect plan to redeem all mankind. He calls the seven feasts of Israel “God’s little picture book,” with each feast telling an essential part of the redemption story. Lindberg says, “Israel’s feasts become our invitation into the presence of God, just as much now as when they were given to Israel.”

Unwrapping the PharaohsUnwrapping the Pharaohs

CAMIS 1. Velikovsky , Ages in Chaos , p . 142–7 . 2. Ibid . , p . 148–154 . 3. ... The Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology , vol ...

Author: John F. Ashton

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 0890514682


Page: 218

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Mummies, pyramids, and pharaohs! The culture and civilization of the ancient Egyptians have fascinated people for centuries and some have direct correlation to biblical events.Authors David Down and John Ashton present a groundbreaking new chronology in Unwrapping the Pharaohs that shows how Egyptian Archaeology supports the biblical timeline.Go back in time as famous Egyptians such as the boy-king Tutankhamen, and the beautiful Cleopatra are brought to life in this captivating new look at Egyptian history from a biblical worldview.

Facts Fiction and the BibleFacts Fiction and the Bible

190–192, 201, 231 4 Immanuel Velikovsky, Ages in Chaos, Volume 1, pp. 100–101 5 Velikovsky, Ages in Chaos, Vol 1, pp. 76–79 6 Velikovsky, Ages in Chaos, ...

Author: Gijsbert J.B. Sulman

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781504301121


Page: 670

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Facts, Fiction, and the Bible: The Truth behind the Stories in the Old Testament serves as a reader’s guide to conducting a thorough investigation of the stories contained in the books of the Bible’s Old Testament. Its historical exploration helps to distinguish the stories’verifiable facts from their narrative fictions. The author, Gijsbert J.G. Sulman, builds upon a long history of Bible study and research to bolster his sifting of those facts from the Bible’s fictions. The serious student of the Bible will find a wealth of resources at hand in the pages of Facts, Fiction, and the Bible. Twenty-two chapters treat the Old Testament’s major themes, events, and figures. Plentiful illustrations, an extensive bibliography, and copious endnotes provide exhaustive visual and textual documentation to support the book’s presentation. By taking stock of a wealth of research and integrating it with a careful reading of the biblical text, Facts, Fiction, and the Bible: The Truth behind the Stories in the Old Testament presents to the reader a careful and reasoned assessment of the truth lying behind and beneath the Old Testament’s stories. With this in-depth survey in hand, the reader will come to know and to appreciate the Bible’s stories and to discern what really happened.

The Theban EmpireThe Theban Empire

Other volumes, however, such as Ages in Chaos Vol.1, shortened Egyptian history by just over five centuries in order to make it conform to the chronology of ...

Author: Emmet Sweeney

Publisher: Algora Publishing

ISBN: 9781628944396


Page: 272

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Burma is a resource-rich country in transition: from monarchy to British colony, from independence to military dictatorships, and from the Generals to the Lady, Aung San Suu Kyi. This book traces one of the longest civil wars in history. It’s about the Rohingya, a brutally persecuted people. It’s about pro-democracy uprisings, about sacrifice, and above all, the human resilience and capacity for hope. The book is based on true events and provides unique firsthand insights into key players in this enigmatic and troubled nation.

The Pseudoscience WarsThe Pseudoscience Wars

Velikovsky, Ages in Chaos: Volume 1: From the Exodus to King Akhnaton (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1952), v–vi. 72. Ibid., xxii, 72, 100–101, and many other ...

Author: Michael D. Gordin

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226304434


Page: 312

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Properly analyzed, the collective mythological and religious writings of humanity reveal that around 1500 BC, a comet swept perilously close to Earth, triggering widespread natural disasters and threatening the destruction of all life before settling into solar orbit as Venus, our nearest planetary neighbor. Sound implausible? Well, from 1950 until the late 1970s, a huge number of people begged to differ, as they devoured Immanuel Velikovsky’s major best-seller, Worlds in Collision, insisting that perhaps this polymathic thinker held the key to a new science and a new history. Scientists, on the other hand, assaulted Velikovsky’s book, his followers, and his press mercilessly from the get-go. In The Pseudoscience Wars, Michael D. Gordin resurrects the largely forgotten figure of Velikovsky and uses his strange career and surprisingly influential writings to explore the changing definitions of the line that separates legitimate scientific inquiry from what is deemed bunk, and to show how vital this question remains to us today. Drawing on a wealth of previously unpublished material from Velikovsky’s personal archives, Gordin presents a behind-the-scenes history of the writer’s career, from his initial burst of success through his growing influence on the counterculture, heated public battles with such luminaries as Carl Sagan, and eventual eclipse. Along the way, he offers fascinating glimpses into the histories and effects of other fringe doctrines, including creationism, Lysenkoism, parapsychology, and more—all of which have surprising connections to Velikovsky’s theories. Science today is hardly universally secure, and scientists seem themselves beset by critics, denialists, and those they label “pseudoscientists”—as seen all too clearly in battles over evolution and climate change. The Pseudoscience Wars simultaneously reveals the surprising Cold War roots of our contemporary dilemma and points readers to a different approach to drawing the line between knowledge and nonsense.

Hatshepsut Queen of ShebaHatshepsut Queen of Sheba

A series of books, known collectively as “Ages in Chaos,” was to follow, ... The final (published) volume came the following year, with Ramses II and his ...

Author: Emmet Scott

Publisher: Algora Publishing

ISBN: 9780875869469


Page: 188

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Over the centuries the figure of the Queen of Sheba has loomed large in poetry and romance. The mysterious Queen, who is said to have visited Solomon in Jerusalem, has cast her spell over poets, painters and storytellers of many lands. The people of Ethiopia have always claimed her as her own, and to this day boast that her son Menelik - fruit of the union between the Queen and Solomon - stole the Ark of the Covenant from the Temple in Jerusalem after Solomon's death. For all that, historians have been more sanguine, and increasingly over the past century the academic community has veered towards consigning both royal characters to the fairyland of myth and romance. In 1952, however, Immanuel Velikovsky made an astonishing claim: He announced that not only did the Queen of Sheba exist, but that she left numerous portraits of herself as well as an account of her famous journey to Israel. The Queen of Sheba, Velikovsky announced, was none other than Hatshepsut, the female "pharaoh" of Egypt, who built a beautiful temple outside Thebes on the walls of which she immortalized the most important event of her life: an expedition to the Land of Punt. Punt, said Velikovsky, was one and the same as Israel. In this volume historian Emmet Scott brings forward dramatic new evidence in support of Velikovsky. He finds, among other things, that: - Ancient Israel, just like Punt, was a renowned source of frankincense. - Egyptian documents, generally ignored in academic circles, unequivocally place Punt in the region of Syria/Palestine. - The goddess Hathor was known as the 'Lady of Punt,' but she was also known as the 'lady of Byblos'. - The Egyptians claimed to be of Puntite origin, but Jewish and Phoenician legends claimed that the Egyptians came from their part of the world, and the Phoenicians named Misor - almost certainly the same as Osiris - as the Phoenician hero who founded the Nile Kingdom. This, and a wealth of additional evidence, has, Scott argues, shifted the burden of proof onto Velikovsky's critics; and the identification of Hatshepsut with the Queen of Sheba will eventually compel the rewriting of all the history books. Joyce Tyldesley's 'Hatchepsut' deals with the same character, but from an entirely conventional viewpoint. She never even raises the possibility that the accepted chronology of Hatshepsut's life may be wrong. In his 'Ages in Chaos,' however, Immanuel Velikovsky did raise this possibility, and was the first to suggest that Hatshepsut be identified with the Queen of Sheba. Velikovsky's work remains extremely popular, and the present book aims to take his ideas forward, exploring new evidence that has come to light since his death. This new evidence, Scott argues, puts the equation of Hatshepsut with the Queen of Sheba virtually beyond doubt.

Ages in Chaos I From the Exodus to King AkhnatonAges in Chaos I From the Exodus to King Akhnaton

This is the first volume of the series Ages in Chaos, in which Immanuel Velikovsky undertakes a reconstruction of the history of antiquity.

Author: Immanuel Velikovsky

Publisher: Paradigma Limited

ISBN: 1906833532


Page: 382

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This is the first volume of the series Ages in Chaos, in which Immanuel Velikovsky undertakes a reconstruction of the history of antiquity. With utmost precision and the exciting style of a presentation that's typical for him he shows, beyond doubt, what nobody would consider possible: in the conventional history of Egypt - and therefore also of many neighboring cultures - a span of 600 years is described, which has never happened! This assertion is as unbelievable and outrageous as the assertions in Worlds in Collision or Earth in Upheaval. But Velikovsky takes us on a detailed and highly interesting journey through the - corrected - history and makes us a witness to how many question marks disappear, doubts vanish and corresponding facts from the entire Near East furnish a picture of overall conformity and correctness. You will meet an Egyptian eyewitness of the biblical plagues and the mysterious Queen of Sheba. You will find out to where her legendary visit led her. You will, moreover, learn surprising details about the temple of Solomon and learn who was behind its sacking. In the end you do not only wonder how conventional historiography has come into existence, but why it is still taught and published. Just as Velikovsky became the father of "neo-catastrophism" by Worlds in Collision, he became the father of "new chronology" by Ages in Chaos.


Volume II of Commentaries on the Pentateuch R. J. Rushdoony ... 199 John Gill, Gill's Commentary, vol. 1 ... 209 Immanuel Velikovsky, Ages in Chaos, vol. 1 ...

Author: R. J. Rushdoony

Publisher: Chalcedon Foundation

ISBN: 9781879998407


Page: 592

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Essentially, all of mankind is on some sort of exodus. However, the path of fallen man is vastly different from that of the righteous. Apart from Jesus Christ and His atoning work, the exodus of a fallen humanity means only a further descent from sin into death. But in Christ, the exodus is now a glorious ascent into the justice and dominion of the everlasting Kingdom of God. Therefore, if we are to better understand the gracious provisions made for us in the "promised land" of the New Covenant, a thorough examination into the historic path of Israel as described in the book of Exodus is essential.

Handbook of New Religions and Cultural ProductionHandbook of New Religions and Cultural Production

25:1, 17–34. trompf, G. w. 1990. ... Hanegraaff et al., ed., Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism [one-volume set], pp. ... Ages in Chaos, Vol. 1: ...


Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004226487


Page: 820

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This volume fills a lacuna in the academic assessment of new religions by investigating their cultural products (such as music, architecture, food et cetera). Contributions explore the manifold ways in which new religions have contributed to humanity’s creative output.

Beyond VelikovskyBeyond Velikovsky

... 1977 [ 410 ] [ 411 ] Ages in Chaos . Vol . 1 : From the Exodus to King Akhnaton . New York : Doubleday , 1952 . Earth in Upheaval .

Author: Henry H. Bauer

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252068459


Page: 354

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Since the appearance in 1950 of Worlds in Collision, Immanuel Velikovsky's radical theories of planetary physics have been the center of controversy. This book presents an analysis of the Velikovsky affair, resolves the misunderstandings and arguments between opposing camps, and leads us to an understanding of the scientific process itself.

Gods Heroes and TyrantsGods Heroes and Tyrants

Greek Chronology in Chaos Emmet John Sweeney ... John L., “Greece and the Aegean Islands in the Middle Bronze Age” in The CambridgeAncient History Vol.

Author: Emmet John Sweeney

Publisher: Algora Publishing

ISBN: 9780875866819


Page: 181

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Early Greek history as found in the textbooks leaves spurious "dark age" gaps where the evidence fails to match historians' fixed ideas. Dramatic claims regarding everything from the Trojan War to the "Mask of Agamemnon" are argued in detail from both an archaeological and a literary perspective, unraveling historical conundrums that have stumped classicists for generations.

Chaos Volume 1Chaos Volume 1

We've been waiting for you to get up for ages. There's a man snoring down the hall. I wanted to ask for your permission to suffocate him.

Author: Claire Farrell

Publisher: Claire Farrell




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The first three books in the Chaos series. Soul Cara Kelly’s life is going nowhere when she’s lured to a faery festival. There she sees darkness and magic, madness and lust, and she comes out the other side with new eyes and an addiction to the fae. When the faery who saved her life returns to her, Cara knows there’s something wrong. Two souls exist in one body, and both need her, but to help one, she’ll end the life of the other. At first, her mind is made up, but both souls know how to charm her. As the days pass, it becomes clear that the faeries need a leader, and Cara finds herself sucked into a world where morals don’t exist. The truth of her past is hidden in the magic, but all Cara needs to do is survive the king’s coronation, then the fae will let her go forever. But that’s not what she wants anymore, and it’s getting harder and harder to tell the difference between a king and a half-blooded solitary fae. Cara’s losing her way, and her heart, to the fae, but there’s still her life, and her humanity, left to lose. Fade Cara Kelly should have left the faery realm now that it has a king to rule all, but nothing is that simple. The real king is trapped in the Fade, and Cara’s journey is just beginning. Guilt-ridden by the fact Brendan’s soul was sacrificed for hers, she’s determined not to desert him after his one pure act of goodness. Time is running out; even if she makes it past all of the dangers of the Darkside, a shade might await her in the Fade. Running from enemy and friends alike, she sets out on a path that will lead headfirst into danger. Even if Cara makes it to the Fade, even if a goddess watches over her, she doesn’t trust all of her companions, she still has to find a way home, and freeing Brendan could cause a war between the faeries she cares about. And all the while, Chaos grows unchecked. Queen Three kings. Two queens. One heir. Chaos will rule...