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robin bobin, Worlds in Collision is a book of wars in the celestial sphere that took place in historical times In. these wars the planet earth participated too This book describes two acts of a great drama one. that occurred thirty four to thirty five centuries ago in the middle of the second millennium. before the present era the other in the eighth and the beginning of the seventh century before the. present era twenty six centuries ago Accordingly this volume consists of two parts preceded. by a prologue, Harmony or stability in the celestial and terrestrial spheres is the point of departure of the. present day concept of the world as expressed in the celestial mechanics of Newton and the. theory of evolution of Darwin If these two men of science are sacrosanct this book is a heresy. However modern physics of atoms and of the quantum theory describes dramatic changes in. the microcosm the atom the prototype of the solar system a theory then that envisages not. dissimilar events in the macrocosm the solar system brings the modern concepts of physics to. the celestial sphere, This book is written for the instructed and uninstructed alike No formula and no hieroglyphic. will stand in the way of those who set out to read it If occasionally historical evidence does not. square with formulated laws it should be remembered that a law is but a deduction from. experience and experiment and therefore laws must conform with historical facts not facts with. The reader is not asked to accept a theory without question Rather he is invited to consider for. himself whether he is reading a book of fiction or non fiction whether what he is reading is. invention or historical fact On one point alone not necessarily decisive for the theory of cosmic. catastrophism I borrow credence I use a synchronical scale of Egyptian and Hebrew histories. which is not orthodox, It was in the spring of 1940 that I came upon the idea that in the days of the Exodus as evident. from many passages of the Scriptures there occurred a great physical catastrophe and that such. an event could serve in determining the time of the Exodus in Egyptian history or in establishing. a synchronical scale for the histories of the peoples concerned Thus I started Ages in Chaos a. reconstruction of the history of the ancient world from the middle of the second millennium. before the present era to the advent of Alexander the Great Already in the fall of that same year. 1940 I felt that I had acquired an understanding of the real nature and extent of that catastrophe. and for nine years I worked on both projects the political and the natural histories Although. Ages in Chaos was finished first in the order of publication it will follow this work. Worlds in Collision comprises only the last two acts of the cosmic drama A few earlier acts. one of them known as the Deluge will be the subject of another volume of natural history. The historical cosmological story of this book is based on the evidence of historical texts of. many peoples around the globe on classical literature on epics of northern races on sacred. books of the peoples of the Orient and Occident on traditions and folklore of primitive peoples. on old astronomical inscriptions and charts on archaeological finds and also on geological and. paleontological material, If cosmic upheavals occurred in the historical past why does not the human race remember.
them and why was it necessary to carry on research to find out about them I discuss this. problem in the Section The Collective Amnesia The task I had to accomplish was not unlike. that faced by a psychoanalyst who out of disassociated memories and dreams reconstructs a. forgotten traumatic experience in the early life of an individual In an analytical experiment on. mankind historical inscriptions and legendary motifs often play the same role as recollections. infantile memories and dreams in the analysis of a personality. Can we out of this polymorphous material establish actual facts We shall check one people. against another one inscription against another epics against charts geology against legends. until we are able to extract the historical facts, In a few cases it is impossible to say with certainty whether a record or a tradition refers to one. or another catastrophe that took place through the ages it is also probable that in some traditions. robin bobin, various elements from different ages are fused together In the final analysis however it is not. so essential to segregate definitively the records of single world catastrophes More important it. seems is to establish 1 that there were physical upheavals of a global character in historical. times 2 that these catastrophes were caused by extraterrestrial agents and 3 that these agents. can be identified, There are many implications that follow from these conclusions I refer to them in the Epilogue. so that I can omit reference to them here, A few readers went over this book in manuscript and made valuable suggestions and remarks In. chronological order of their reading they are, Dr Horace M Kallen formerly Dean of the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social.
Research New York John J O Neill Science Editor of the New York Herald Tribune James. Putnam Associate Editor of the Macmillan Company Clifton Fadiman literary critic and. commentator Gordon A Atwater Chairman and Curator of the Hayden Planetarium of the. American Museum of Natural History New York The last two read the work at their own. request after Mr O Neill had discussed it in an article in the Herald Tribune of August 11 1946 I. am indebted to all of them but I alone am responsible for content and form. Miss Marion Kuhn cleared the manuscript of grammatical weeds and helped in reading the. Many an author has dedicated his book to his wife or mentioned her in the preface I have always. felt this was somewhat ostentatious but now that this work is being published I feel I shall be. most ungrateful if I fail to mention that my wife Elisheva spent almost as much time on it at our. desk as I did I dedicate this book to her, The years when Ages in Chaos and Worlds in Collision were written were years of a world. catastrophe created by man of war that was fought on land on sea and in the air During that. time man learned how to take apart a few of the bricks of which the universe is built the atoms. of uranium If one day he should solve the problem of the fission and fusion of the atoms of. which the crust of the earth or its water and air are composed he may perchance by initiating a. chain reaction take this planet out of the struggle for survival among the members of the. celestial sphere New York September 1949 Immanuel Velikovsky. robin bobin, Author s Preface vii, Chapter 1 8, In an Immense Universe The Celestial Harmony The Origin of the Planetary System The. Origin of the Comets, Chapter 2 16, The Planet Earth Ice Ages The Mammoths The Ice Age and the Antiquity of Man The World. Ages The Sun Ages, Chapter 1 39, The Most Incredible Story On the Other Side of the Ocean. Chapter 2 47, Fifty Two Years Earlier The Red World The Hail of Stones Naphtha The Darkness.
Earthquake 13, Chapter 3 67, The Hurricane The Tide The Battle in the Sky The Comet of Typhon The Spark The Collapsed. Chapter 4 91, Boiling Earth and Sea Mount Sinai Theophany Emperor Yahou. Chapter 5 105, East and West The Reversed Polarity of the Earth The Quarters of the World Displaced. Changes in the Times and the Seasons, Chapter 6 126. The Shadow of Death Ambrosia Rivers of Milk and Honey Jericho. Chapter 7 141, Stones Suspended in the Air Phaethon Atlantis The Floods of Deucalion and Ogyges.
Chapter 8 153, The Fifty Two Year Period Jubilee The Birth of Venus The Blazing Star The Four Planet. System One of the Planets is a Comet The Comet Venus. Chapter 9 168, Pallas Athene Zeus and Athene Worship of the Morning Star The Sacred Cow Baal Zevuv. Beelzebub Venus in the Folklore of the Indians, Chapter 10 194. The Synodical Year of Venus Venus Moves Irregularly Venus Becomes the Morning Star. pabt n MARS, Chapter 1 207, Amos The Year 747 Isaiah The Argive Tyrants Again Isaiah Maimonides and Spinoza. the Exegetes, Chapter 2 227, The Year 687 Ignis e Coelo March 23rd The Worship of Mars Mars Moves the Earth.
from Its Pivot, Chapter 3 244, What Caused Venus and Mars to Shift Their Orbits When Was the Iliad Created. Huitzilopochtli Tao Yuddha The Bundahis Lucifer Cut Down. Chapter 4 261, Sword God Fenris Wolf Sword Time Wolf Time Syn odos The Stormer of the Walls. Chapter 5 279, The Steeds of Mars The Terrible Ones Samples from the Planets The Archangels Planet. Worship in Judea in the Seventh Century, robin bobin. Chapter 6 298, A Collective Amnesia Folklore Of Preexisting Ideas in the Souls of Peoples The Pageants.
of the Sky The Subjective Interpretation of the Events and Their Authenticity. Chapter 7 312, Poles Uprooted Temples and Obelisks The Shadow Clock The Water Clock A Hemisphere. Travels Southward, Chapter 8 330, The Year of 360 Days Disarranged Months Years of Ten Months The Reforming of the. Chapter 9 360, The Moon and Its Craters The Planet Mars The Atmosphere of Mars The Thermal Balance. of Mars The Gases of Venus The Thermal Balance of Venus The End. EPILOGUE Facing Many Problems 379, robin bobin, In an Immense Universe. Quota pars opens tanti nobis committitur, IN AN immense universe a little globe revolves around a star it is the third in the row.
Mercury Venus Earth of the planetary family It is of a solid core covered over most of its. surface with liquid and it has a gaseous envelope Living creatures fill the liquid other living. creatures fly in the gas and still others creep and walk upon the ground on the bottom of the. gaseous ocean Man a being of erect stature thinks himself the prince of creation He felt like. this long before he by his own efforts came to know how to fly on wings of metal around the. globe He felt godlike long before he could talk to his fellow man on the other side of the globe. Today he can see the microcosm in a drop and the elements in the stars He knows the laws. governing the living cell with its chromosomes and the laws governing the macrocosm of the. sun moon planets and stars He assumes that gravitation keeps the planetary system together. man and beast on their planet the sea within its borders For millions and millions of years he. maintains the planets have rolled along on the same paths and their moons around them and. man in these eons has arisen from a one cell infusorium all the long way up the ladder to his. status of Homo sapiens, Is man s knowledge now nearly complete Are only a few more steps necessary to conquer the. universe to extract the energy of, 4 WORLDS IN COLLISION. the atom since these pages were written this has already been done to cure cancer to control. genetics to communicate with other planets and learn if they have living creatures too. Here begins Homo ignoramus He does not know what life is or how it came to be and whether it. originated from inorganic matter He does not know whether other planets of this sun or of other. suns have life on them and if they have whether the forms of life there are like those around us. ourselves included He does not know how this solar system came into being although he has. built up a few hypotheses about it He knows only that the solar system was constructed billions. of years ago He does not know what this mysterious force of gravitation is that holds him and. his fellow man on the other side of the planet with their feet on the ground although he regards. the phenomenon itself as the law of laws He does not know what the earth looks like five. miles under his feet He does not know how mountains came into existence or what caused the. emergence of the continents although he builds hypotheses about these nor does he know from. where oil came again hypotheses He does not know why only a short time ago a thick. glacial sheet pressed upon most of Europe and North America as he believes it did nor how. palms could grow above the polar circle nor how it came about that the same fauna fill the inner. lakes of the Old and the New World He does not know where the salt in the sea came from. Although man knows that he has lived on this planet for millions of years he finds a recorded. history of only a few thousand years And even these few thousand years are not sufficiently well. Why did the Bronze Age precede the Iron Age even though iron is more widely distributed over. the world and its manufacture is simpler than that of the alloy of copper and tin By what. mechanical means were structures of immense blocks built on the high mountains of the Andes. What caused the legend of the Flood to originate in all the countries of the world Is there any. adequate meaning to the term antediluvian From what experiences grew the eschatological. pictures of the end of the world, WORLDS IN COLLISION 5. In this work of which the present book is the first part some of these questions will be. answered but only at the cost of giving up certain notions now regarded as sacred laws in. robin bobin, science the millions of years of the present constitution of the solar system and the harmonious. revolution of the earth with all their implications as regards the theory of evolution. The Celestial Harmony, The sun rises in the east and sets i.
WORLDS IN COLLISION IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY First published in 1950 The author gratefully acknowledges permission to quote from the following books G A

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