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Aeon Issues Volume 3

This is a table of contents of the issues in Aeon Volume 3, a publication with articles that were influenced by the multiple discipline approach to cosmology and archeology that was begun by Immanuel Velikovsky. The dates of publication can be found at the list of Aeon issues, as well as the Aeon publisher’s mission statement.

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 Issue

 Page

 Title

 Author(s)

 Description

Category

 3:1

 5

 The Jewish Science of Immanuel Velikovsky: Part Two

 Duane Vorhees

 Early life and times of Velikovsky

Velikovsky

 3:1

 23

 Velikovsky: A Personal Chronological Perspective

 Fred Jueneman

 author's brief association with Velikovsky

Velikovsky

3:1

54

a kick in the AAAS

 Frederic B Jueneman

reprint from 1976 regarding the 1974 AAAS symposium

Velikovsky, cult of scientists

 3:1

 55

 The Fracture Zones in Deep Polar Ice Cores

 Lynn Rose

 relevance of polar ice cores for Worlds in Collision

evolution

 3:1

 72

 The Surface of Venus

 Charles Ginenthal

 presents a wealth of evidence suggesting that Venus only recent experienced a catastrophe of unprecedented scale

solar system

 3:1

 86

 A Velikovsky Potpourri

 Leroy Ellenberger

 a summary of the evidence against the thesis presented in Worlds in Collision

Velikovsky, general history

 3:1

 106

 A Personal Memoir

 Warner Sizemore

 author's long association with Velikovsky

Velikovsky

 3:1

 111

 Venus and the Jubilee

 Bernard Newgrosh

 analysis of jubilee in light of Worlds in Collision

Venus myths

 3:1

 114

 Towards a Science of Mythology

 Ev Cochrane

 the prominent role of planets in ancient mythology

general religion

 3:2

 5

 Astral Kingship

 Lewis Greenberg

 astral origins of ancient kingship

general religion

 3:2

 23

 Velikovsky's Dreamwork

 Duane Vorhees

 Velikovsky's career in psychoanalysis

Velikovsky

 3:2

 41

 Is the Universe Finite?

 Fred Jueneman

 black hole’s and Hawking's paradox

solar system

 3:2

 51

 Suns and Planets in Neolithic Rock Art

 Ev Cochrane

 a survey of rock art shows that "pictures" of the ancient sun-god are impossible to reconcile with the current appearance of the sun. Evidence is presented that neolithic rock art accurately portrays the image presented by the polar configuration

general religion

 3:2

 64

 Baal-Manzer the Tyrian: A Reappraisal

 Brad Aaronson

 an identification of Baal-Manzer, an important Tyrian king

Babylon

 3:2

 67

 Who Were the Assyrians of the Persian Period?

 Gunnar Heinsohn

 further evidence to support his reconstruction of ancient history

historical reconstruction

 3:2

 77

 Invisible Catastrophes

 Anthony Larson

 warns against faulty analysis of Velikovsky's thesis

Velikovsky

 3:2

 78

 On Flying Dinosaurs

 Ted Holden

 pterosaurs with wing spans over 40 feet

evolution

 3:2

 81

 Thoughts on the Jubilee

 Norman Schwartz

 response to Newgrosh in 3:1

Venus myths

 3:2

 82

 Of Ponderosas and Heinekens

 Lewis M. Greenberg

 responses to both de Grazia in 2:6 and Ellenberger in 3:1

general history

 3:2

 88

 Uranus and Other Matters: A Reply to Ellenberger

 Dwardu Cardona

 response to Ellenberger in 2:5,3:1

solar system

 3:2

 92

 Contra Windsor

 Dwardu Cardona

 response to Windsor in 2:5

solar system

 3:2

 94

 Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings by Charles H. Hapgood

 Ian C. Johnson

 review - many anomalies relevant to history of civilizations

general history

 3:2

 97

 Centuries of Darkness by Peter James

 Herbert A. Storck

 review of this historical reconstruction

historical reconstruction

 3:2

 102

 Conversing with the Planets: How Science and Myth Invented the Cosmos by Anthony Aveni

 Ev Cochrane

 review - proposed connections between ancient traditions and the planets

Venus myths

 3:3

 5

 From Myth to Physical Model

 David Talbott

 a discussion of the Saturn-thesis in the light of space age findings and models designed to account for the bizarre grouping of planets required by the theory

solar system

 3:3

 39

 A Proposed Model for the Polar Configuration

 Bob Grubaugh

 proposes a physical model

solar system

 3:3

 49

 Darkness and the Deep

 Dwardu Cardona

 events prior to Saturn's appearance as the polar Sun

Saturn myths

 3:3

 71

 Indra's Theft of the Sun-God's Wheel

 Ev Cochrane

 mythology surrounding the Vedic war god

Saturn myths, India

 3:3

 86

 Velikovsky and Racial Memory

 Duane Vorhees

 the background of Velikovsky's theory of racial memory

Velikovsky, psychology

 3:3

 92

 Astronomical Dating and Calendrics

 Gunnar Heinsohn

 more evidence to support his reconstruction of ancient history

historical reconstruction

 3:3

 102

 Darwin on Trial by Phillip E Johnson

 Frederic Jueneman

 review - analysis of Darwinian evolution

evolution, cult of scientists

 3:4

 5

 The Lord of Light

 Lewis Greenberg

 astral images in early Christian tradition

Bible

 3:4

 21

 Why Did Jesus Wash His Disciple's Feet

 Jan Sammer

 a solution to the age-old question

Bible

 3:4

 24

 Thanatos and Anastasis

 Lewis Greenberg

 the life and death of Jesus in light of Egyptian Osiris traditions

Bible, Egypt, Venus myths

 3:4

 34

 Velikovsky in America

 Duane Vorhees

 the events leading up to the publication of Worlds in Collision

Velikovsky

 3:4

 59

 On Mars and Pestilence

 Ev Cochrane

 the association of the red planet with war, death, and pestilence is universal in extent, reflecting spectacular cataclysms involving Mars

Mars myths

 3:4

 80

 Psychoceramics

 Fred Jueneman

 the nature of scientific discourse

cult of scientists

 3:4

 94

 Freud's Moses by Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi

 Ev Cochrane

 review - discusses Freud and his book Moses and Monotheism

general religion

 3:5

 5

 The Great Comet Venus

 David Talbott

 Mesoamerican evidence suggesting that Venus only recently presented a comet-like appearance

Venus myths

 3:5

 52

 The Evolution of the Cosmogonic Egg

 Dwardu Cardona

 ancient traditions of the Cosmic Egg

Saturn myths

 3:5

 71

 The Beginning of Time

 Dwardu Cardona

 the curious relation between the planet Saturn and time

Saturn myths

 3:5

 77

 Sothis and the Morning Star in the Egyptian Pyramid Texts

 Ev Cochrane

 astral worship in ancient Egypt

Egypt, Venus myths

 3:5

 95

 Dark Matter, Missing Planets & New Comets by Tom Van Flandern

 Frederic Jueneman

 review of this theory of the solar system, including an exploding planet

solar system

 3:5

 99

 The Origin of Comets by Bailey, Clube, & Napier

 Joel Canepa

 review of this theory about comets

solar system

 3:6

 1

 A Dynamical Objection to Grubaugh's Model

 Victor Slabinski

 critique of Grubaugh's polar configuration model

solar system

 3:6

 11

 Grubaugh Responds

 Bob Grubaugh

 response to Slabinski

solar system

 3:6

 15

 Worlds in Collision: Reviews and Reviewers

 Duane Vorhees

 the reception and aftermath of Worlds in Collision

cult of scientists

 3:6

 35

 The Stratigraphical Chronology of Ancient Israel

 Gunnar Heinsohn

 clues for a reconstruction of chronology of ancient Israel

historical reconstruction

 3:6

 48

 The Saturn Thesis: Questions and Answers

 David Talbott

 the Saturn myth

Saturn myths

 3:6

 70

 On Dragons and Red Dwarves

 Ev Cochrane

 the dragon-combat in the light of comparative mythology. A widespread motive has a dwarfish hero that enters the dragon's belly only to swell greatly in size while turning bright red; this episode commemorates events associated with the planet Mars

Mars myths

 3:6

 84

 Giordano Bruno and the Embassy Affair by John Bossy

 Frederic Jueneman

 review - Europe at the time of Bruno

general history

 3:6

 87

 Letters regarding the polar configuration

 R. M. Smith and Lorence G. Collins

 Letters regarding the polar configuration

solar system

 3:6

 91

 Letter regarding editorial in 3:5

 Lynn E. Rose

points about several articles includes reply by Ev Cochrane

general history

 3:6

 92

 Letter regarding Grubaugh's polar configuration

 Frederic Jueneman

 critique involves the ignored Lagrange points

solar system

 3:6

 94

 Letter regarding Slabinski

 Robert B. Driscoll

 response to article in 3:6

solar system

3:6

95

Letter clarifying his article

C Leroy Ellenberger

clarifications to his own article in 3:1

general history



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