AGES IN CHAOS VELIKOVSKY PDF

Now comes Velikovsky who says that the traditional chronology of the OT is off by years, with this adjustment everything fits nicely. I loved this book because it adds context to the scriptures from contemporary sources, making the OT much more understandable and enjoyable. Questions about what the OT world was like, who was the Queen of Sheba, what did the plagues of Moses do to the Egyptian Empire are just a few of the subjects covered. I immediately picked up the sequel, Worlds in Collision, which explains how the Planet Venus burst into our galaxy at the time of Moses and caused the Nile to turn to blood. Veikovsky is as comfortable with Astronomy as he is with Egyptology. He is one of the most brilliant writers I have read.

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Now comes Velikovsky who says that the traditional chronology of the OT is off by years, with this adjustment everything fits nicely. I loved this book because it adds context to the scriptures from contemporary sources, making the OT much more understandable and enjoyable.

Questions about what the OT world was like, who was the Queen of Sheba, what did the plagues of Moses do to the Egyptian Empire are just a few of the subjects covered. I immediately picked up the sequel, Worlds in Collision, which explains how the Planet Venus burst into our galaxy at the time of Moses and caused the Nile to turn to blood. Veikovsky is as comfortable with Astronomy as he is with Egyptology.

He is one of the most brilliant writers I have read. These books are controversial because all of the traditional historians are protecting their old tortured research which never made sense anyway. I hold back the coveted fifth star from my rating only because this is very deep material and not everyone will enjoy it to the degree that I did. I had a hard time following how Velikovsky was making this point, although that may reflect the stop-start way I read it.

He certainly seemed to follow the approach of most fringe theorists Erich von Daniken and Gavin Menzies are also offenders of declaring that because a piece of evidence might conceivably demonstrate such-and-such, it proves such-and-such.

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Ages in Chaos - Velikovsky.pdf

Books , Books by Immanuel Velikovsky , Publication Ages in Chaos is the second book by Immanuel Velikovsky , first published by Doubleday in , which put forward a major revision of the history of the Ancient Near East. Proposals Velikovsky claimed in this book that the histories of Ancient Egypt and Ancient Israel are five centuries out of step. He began by claiming that the Exodus took place not, as orthodoxy has it, at some point during the New Kingdom , but at the fall of the Middle Kingdom. The Ipuwer Papyrus was conventionally dated to approximately years before the conventional date of the Exodus BCE. The concept of alter egos: historical figures who were known by different names in two different sources e.

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AGES IN CHAOS VELIKOVSKY PDF

Did the elapsed time supply additional proofs or disclose any weakness in the scheme? The fact that no section of that first edition was withdrawn in subsequent printings should be regarded as a sign that no disproving evidence has come from excavated ground or from deciphered texts and no disenchantment with the general scheme has taken place. On the contrary, many new proofs have presented themselves to verify the Reconstruction and more than one of them was clearly anticipated in Ages in Chaos and also indicated in advance. I shall survey here some of the evidence that was adduced, and in doing so I shall follow approximately the order of chapters in Ages in Chaos I. NATURAL UPHEAVALS The catastrophic events that interrupted the flow of history served as the starting point of Ages in Chaos for the synchronization of the histories of the ancient East; in Worlds in Collision these cataclysms were reconstructed from historical documents and traditions of ancient races; in Earth in Upheaval the geological and paleontological evidence was presented to substantiate the same claims, and only some scattered archaeological evidence was adduced. The task of collecting and interpreting the archaeological evidence of a great natural upheaval in the area of the Near East was diligently performed by Claude F.

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