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Kronos Issues Volumes 4 to 6

This is a table of contents of the second set of 3 volumes of Kronos, a publication dedicated to furthering the multiple discipline approach begun by Immanuel Velikovsky. The dates of publication can be found at the list of Kronos issues, as well as the editor’s mission statement.

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 Title

 Author(s)

 Description

Category

 4:1

 3

 Polymathics and Catastrophism: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Problems of Evolutionary Theory

 Roger W. Wescott

 geological boundaries, new species, dominance patterns

evolution

 4:1

 21

 Gerontology, Environment, and Geological Catastrophism

 Richard K. Severs

effects on a ‘normal’ life span

general science

 4:1

 29

 The Aubrey Holes of Stonehenge

 Alban Wall

analysis of the Heel Stone alignments

general history

 4:1

 45

 Abimilki, Azaru and Nikmed in the El-Amarna Correspondence and the Assyrian Annals

 Peter J. James

Syria-Palestine in the 9th century BCE

general history

 4:1

 56

 Eastern Anatolia and Velikovsky vs Chronological Revisions - II

 Robert H. Hewsen

Anatolia and Armenia

historical reconstruction

 4:1

 67

 "Heaven and Earth": Catastrophism in Hamlet

 Irving Wolfe

Elizabethan theater is derived from ancient Greek tragic theater

literature

 4:1

 90

 The Rare and Roasted Phoenix: A View of Claude Levi-Strauss

 Jack Pockman

anthropologist Levi-Strauss: ‘what a myth says is not what the words of the myth say’

cult of scientists

 4:1

 96

 Problems of Orthodoxy, Chronological Ankylosis

 S. B. Roy

reluctance to reconsider a chronological framework

cult of scientists

 4:2

 3

 The Cabots, the Lowells, and the Temperature of Venus

 George Robert Talbott

the misrepresentation of Velikovsky’s thesis

cult of scientists

 4:2

 4

 Scientists Confront Scientists Who Confront Velikovsky

 George Robert Talbott

obvious egocentricity and gamesmanship

cult of scientists

 4:2

 9

 Velikovsky and the Temperature of Venus

 George Robert Talbott

cooling of a massive molten body into a thick cloud bank

solar system

 4:2

 11

 Temperature History of a Large Mass

 George Robert Talbott

computer program for different models, for temperature history

solar system

 4:2

 26

 A Note on the Temperature of Venus

 C. J. Ransom

different theories about cooling of Venus

solar system

 4:2

 28

 The Weakness of the Venus Greenhouse Theory

 Immanuel Velikovsky

reprint of 1967 response to greenhouse theory

solar system

 4:2

 33

 "Just Plainly Wrong": A Critique of Peter Huber

 Lynn E. Rose

response to Huber’s published paper, revised since its presentation

cult of scientists

 4:2

 70

 On Morrison: Some Further Remarks

 Ralph E. Juergens

response to Morrison’s published paper, revised since its presentation

cult of scientists

 4:2

 80

 The Aubrey Holes of Stonehenge (Concluded)

 Alban Wall

8 Celtic festival days; includes comments for teh Secrets of Enoch

general history

 4:2

 98

 On the Crab Nebula of 1054

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

noted by cultures in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese

general history

 4:2

 100

 Dynamics of the Rotating Earth

 David Dunthorn

spin axis references - to universe and to Earth

solar system

 4:2

 101

 ASH - radiocarbon dating of Egyptian antiquities

 several

nothing is dated if its origin is known - never to be questioned

cult of scientists

 4:3

 3

 The Correct Placement of Haremhab in Egyptian History

 Immanuel Velikovsky

great general of Eighteenth Dynasty

historical reconstruction

 4:3

 23

 The Stones of Ballochroy

 Dwardu Cardona

large stones in Scotland

general history

 4:3

 38

 The Cairns of Kintraw

 Dwardu Cardona

monolith and circle in Scotland

general history

 4:3

 56

 Venus - A Youthful Planet

 Immanuel Velikovsky

reprint of 1967article - still relevant

solar system

 4:3

 70

 Let There Be Light - a Criticism

 Richard T. Powell

response to 3:3 with reply by Dwardu Cardona

Saturn myths

 4:3

 74

 Linguistics, Physical Laws and Macrocosmic Change

 Ray Jackendoff

response to 4:1 with reply by Dr. Wescott

general history

 4:3

 76

 On the Thermal Aspects of Venus

 Ragnar Forshufvud

response to 4:2 with replies by Talbott, Jueneman, Milton, Ellenberger

solar system

 4:3

 87

 America B.C. and the Revised Chronology

 Sean Mewhinney

response to 3:1

historical reconstruction

 4:3

 87

 Indo-Europeans in Ancient Anatolia

 Roger W. Wescott

response to 4:1

general history

 4:3

 89

 Ebla and Earth in Upheaval

 Benjamin C. Haines

possible confusion regarding Ebla’s time and topography

general history

 4:3

 91

 Saturn as King addenda

 Dwardu Cardona

Egyptian language interpretations

Egypt

 4:4

 1

 For the Record.. Velikovsky and Venus

 Lewis M. Greenberg

A Preliminary Report on the Pioneer Probes

solar system

 4:4

 13

 Back to the Drawing Board?

 Shane Mage

data from Pioneer and Venera probes invalidates common theories

solar system

 4:4

 16

 Stellar Thermonuclear Energy: A False Trail?

 Ralph E. Juergens

the source of the Sun’s energy

solar system

 4:4

 28

 The Photosphere: Is It the Top or the Bottom of the Phenomenon We Call the Sun?

 Ralph E. Juergens

the Sun’s surface providing its light

solar system

 4:4

 55

 The Electromagnetic Circularization of Planetary Orbits

 Chris S. Sherrerd

charged bodies moving in an electric field are affected

solar system

 4:4

 59

 Two Experiments Involving Gravity and Electromagnetism

 Immanuel Velikovsky

test motion of a pendulum bob with a charge; will light bend in an electric field

solar system

 4:4

 60

 Heretics, Dogmatists and Science's Reception of New Ideas

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

number of articles and books dealing with the reception of Velikovsky’s ideas

cult of scientists

 4:4

 75

 New Dimensions: Group Mind in Development (Hegel and Freud)

 Leon Rosenstein.

Freud’s social and political philosophy

psychology

 4:4

 90

 The Twelfth Planet by Zecharia Sitchin

 Roger W. Wescott and C. Leroy Ellenberger

two reviews of the book that suggests the Nefilim came to Earth fron another planet

general history

 5:1

 3

 On Saturn and the Flood

 Immanuel Velikovsky

the prequel to Worlds in Collision

Saturn myths

 5:1

 12

 Variations on a Theme of Philalaos

 Lynn E. Rose

Philalaos, a contemporary of Socrates, described the Earth in orbit around a central Fire

Saturn myths

 5:1

 47

 Megalithic Lunar Observatories - A Critique

 Thomas McCreery

review of Alexander Thom’s book Megalithic Sites in Britain and the apparent alignments to track the Moon

general history

 5:1

 64

 The Not So Stable Sun

 Earl R. Milton.

difficult to model the Photosphere if the energy has an internal source

solar system

 5:1

 79

 Heat Transfer Models, Hothouse Calculations, and the Temperature of Venus

 George Robert Talbott

analysis of whether Solar energy can heat the surface of Venus

solar system

 5:1

 83

 More on the Thermal Aspects of Venus

 Ragnar Forshufvud

response to 4:3 with replies by Ellenberger, Greenberg

solar system

 5:1

 89

 Asimov, Velikovsky, Science Fiction and Worlds in Collision

 Malcolm Lowery

major catastrophes in literature

cult of scientists

 5:1

 92

 To Escape or Not to Escape: the 71% Factor

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

 Sagan and Venus escape from Jupiter

solar system

 5:2

 3

 The Sulman Temple in Jerusalem

 Immanuel Velikovsky

is the temple of Sulman also the temple of Solomon?

historical reconstruction

 5:2

 6

 Megalithic Lunar Observatories - A Critique

 Thomas McCreery

continuation from 5:1

general history

 5:2

 27

 Facts and Values: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

 George Vid Tomashevich

facts vs values; truth vs error vs lie

general science

 5:2

 48

 The Satellites of Neptune and the Origin of Pluto

 R. S. Harrington and T.C. Van Flandern

theory Neptune’s system of moons arose from an encounter with another massive body

solar system

 5:2

 57

 On Some Problems of Venus

 V. A. Firsoff

analysis of findings from Pioneer and Venera

solar system

 5:2

 66

 On Morrison: Some Final Remarks

 David Morrison

responds to articles about his paper in 3:2 and 4:2; replies by Juergens, Milton, Talbott, Ellenberger, Jueneman, Greenberg

solar system

 5:2

 92

 More on the Convection of Electric Charge by the Rotating Earth

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

comment about 2:3, reply by Ralph Juergens

solar system

 5:3

 1

 Cultural Aspects of the Libyan and Ethiopian Dynasties

 Immanuel Velikovsky

art and language in Libya, Ethiopia

historical reconstruction

 5:3

 11

 On the Placement of Haremhab: A Critique of Gammon

 Dominick A. Carlucci

review of Gammon article in SIS Review 3:2, a contrast to Velikovsky in K 4:3

historical reconstruction

 5:3

 23

 Pharaoh Seti the Great and His Foriegn Connections

 George Robert Talbott

Seti connected to Assurbanipal of Assyria

historical reconstruction

 5:3

 36

 Introducing Anomalistics: A New Field of Interdisciplinary Study

 Roger W. Wescott.

the systematic study of phenomena unable to fit in common understanding

general science

 5:3

 51

 Ninsianna Update

 Lynn E. Rose and Raymond C. Vaughan

Venus observations in Babylonia

solar system

 5:3

 55

 The Inconstant Sun

 John Gribbin

sun spots; changes in Solar energy output

solar system

 5:3

 71

 The Kintraw Stone Platform

 Thomas McCreery

excavations and measurements at Kintraw

general history

 5:3

 80

 Ballochroy, Kintraw and MacKie

 Euan W. MacKie

resonse to 4:3, replies by Malcolm Lowery, Peter J. James, Dwardu Cardona, Thomas McCreery

general history

 5:4

 3

 Nor Heaven Nor Earth Have Been at Peace: The Contemporary Foundations of Shakespeare's Cataclysmic Imagery

 Richard J. Jaarsma with Edward l Odenwald

frequent use of images of natural disturbance lead to this analysis of weather at the time of Shakespeare

literature, general history

 5:4

 19

 The Ocean

 Immanuel Velikovsky

ocean sediments, rifts and ridges, changes in level

solar system

 5:4

 29

 The Ring of Comets and Meteorites Encircling Jupiter

 S. K. Vsekhsvyatskii

Russian scientist predicted the ring in 1960

solar system

 5:4

 32

 Section II: The Artificial Insertion

 Lynn E. Rose and Raymond C. Vaughan

continuation - Venus observations in Babylonia

Babylon, solar system

 5:4

 48

 Heretics, Dogmatists and Science's Reception of New Ideas (Part 2)...

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

recent mistreatment of Velikovsky

cult of scientists

 5:4

 70

 Inherent Origins of the State (Hegel and Freud)

 Leon Rosenstein

Hegel’s social and political philosophy

psychology

 5:4

 84

 Doomsday: The Science of Catastrophe by Fred Warshofsky

 Roger W. Wescott

review of book with overview of catastrophic theories

general science

 5:4

 88

 On the Pendulum Experiment

 James DeMeo and Richard Heinberg

Erwin Saxl published in Nature test results of charged pendulum

general science

 5:4

 90

 An Exoheretic in His Time

 Gunnar Tomasson

Asimov explained Velikovsky brings an attack as an outsider; this is similar to Martin Luther speaking of Copernicus

cult of scientists

 5:4

 92

 Stratigraphy and Catastrophism

 Dominick A. Carlucci

resolving literary vs stratigraphic sources

historical reconstruction

 5:4

 93

 An Agreement on Beth Sulman

 Bronson Feldman

the realm of Solomon

 5:4

 94

 Problem, Riddle, Mystery: A Mammoth Update

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

mammoths discussed in several articles

evolution

 6:1

 1

 Catastrophism and the Compulsion to Meaning

 William Mullen

the search for meaning in catastrophic events

psychology

 6:1

 12

 Nor Heaven Nor Earth Have Been at Peace: The Contemporary Foundations of Shakespeare's Cataclysmic Imagery (Concluded)

 Richard J. Jaarsma with Edward l Odenwald

continuation of investigating unusual disturbances in England from 1515 to 1624

general history, literature

 6:1

 25

 "The Seasons Alter": Catastrophism in A Midsummer Nights Dream

 Irving Wolfe

cosmic drama in Shakespeare

literature

 6:1

 48

 Shamir

 Immanuel Velikovsky

what is shamir, mentioned in ancient texts - perhaps radium

general history

 6:1

 51

 On Sothic Dating: Some Preliminary Remarks

 Lewis M. Greenberg

takes on assumption that Egyptian calendar is based on Sirius (the star Sothis in Egypt)

historical reconstruction

 6:1

 53

 The Sothic Dating of the Twelfth and Eighteenth Dynasties

 Richard A. Parker

papyrus fragments with a Sothic Date require interpretation

historical reconstruction

 6:1

 67

 Weighing the Anchor

 Lynn E. Rose

sothic dating does not offer a firm anchor in time

historical reconstruction

 6:1

 69

 Some Notes on Parker's "Sothic Dating"

 Shane H. Mage

comments on Parker in 6:1

historical reconstruction

 6:1

 71

 Venus and Sirius

 Jan N. Sammer

the star of Isis is Venus, not Sirius

Egypt

 6:1

 74

 Calendrical Changes and Sothic Chronology

 Immanuel Velikovsky

Egypt introduced new calendars at different times

Egypt

 6:1

 75

 The "So-called" Fixed Sothic Date of Sesostris III, 1872 B.C.

 John Dayton

the alignment of civil and lunar calendars

Egypt

 6:1

 78

 Anchors Aweigh

 Geoffrey Gammon and Peter J. James

recent discussions about changing an anchor in Egyptian chronology

Egypt, historical reconstruction

 6:1

 86

 Language and Thought in Ancient Egypt

 Roger W. Wescott

response to Talbott in 5:3, reply by Talbott

Egypt

 6:2

 3

The Gravitational- Electromagnetic Effects of Ultramassive Objects on the Solar System

 Michael Simon Bodner and Michael E. Brandt.

now electric and magnetic forces are recognized in the solar system and galaxy

solar system

 6:2

 18

 For the Record... Venus's Internal Heat

 Lewis M. Greenberg and C. Leroy Ellenberger

Pioneer data indicate Venus is radiating more heat than it gets

solar system, cult of scientists

 6:2

 25

 The Secret of Baalbek (Part 1)

 Immanuel Velikovsky

where is Dan and its House of High Places (from I Kings)?

Bible

 6:2

 33

 Plato and the Catastrophist Tradition

 Shane H. Mage

Plato’s Timaeus chronicled the catastrophe that befell Atlantis

Greece

 6:2

 47

 The Garden, the Fall, and the Restoration.

 Richard Heinberg

mythical stories of the fall from Paradise, in the Bible, Hindu tradition and others

psychology

 6:2

 61

 An Ancient Latin Name for Venus

 Jan N. Sammer

Iubar, as a comet like a start with hair

Venus myths

 6:2

 62

 "In Search of Ancient Astronomies": A Review

 Thomas McCreery

review of the book describing ancient astronomies

general history

 6:2

 69

 Flawed Search

 Sara Champion

another review of the same book as above

general history

 6:2

 72

Heretics, Dogmatists and Science's Reception of New Ideas (Part 3)...

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

recent mistreatment of Velikovsky

cult of scientists

 6:2

 85

 The Stone of Shamir

 Frederic B. Jueneman

further thought on ancient minerals and stones, some suggesting radioactivity

general science

 6:2

 92

 Typhon

 Bronson Feldman

passage of a comet

general history

 6:2

 93

 More on Sothic Dating

 Michael G. Reade

response to Dayton in 6:1

Egypt

 6:3

 3

 The Secret of Baalbek (Concluded)

 Immanuel Velikovsky

considers whether Baalbek is the temple of Dan

Israel

 6:3

 18

 Velikovsky in Collision

 David Stove

1964 article published in Australia discussed initial mistreatment by Velikovsky

cult of scientists

 6:3

 34

 Sagan vs. Sagan

 Shulamit Kogan

Sagan’s other writings discredit his own

cult of scientists

 6:3

 42

 Krupp and Velikovsky

 Thomas McCreery

responds to Krupp’s misinformation in book In Search for Ancient Astronomies

cult of scientists

 6:3

 55

 Saturn and Voyager

 Earl R. Milton

Voyager I at Saturn gave NASA surprises

solar system

 6:3

 63

 Electromagnetic-Gravitational Coupling Phenomena in the Saturn ring System

 Michael E. Brandt and Michael Simon

Voyager I data and possible explanations

solar system

 6:3

 71

 "The Seasons Alter": Catastrophism in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Continued)

 Irving Wolfe

a celestial parable by Shakespeare

literature

 6:3

 93

 A Note On Shakespeare's Cataclysmic Imagery

 Richard, J. Jaarsma

George Chapman’s Tragedy of Byron also offers celestrial drama

literature

 6:3

 96

 Venus's Internal Heat: An Update

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

other scientists also point out greenhouse theory cannot explain heat of Venus

solar system, cult of scientists

 6:4

 3

 Orphic Hymns and Astronomy

 Livio C. Stecchini

Greek astronomy and the Orphic Hymns

historical reconstruction

 6:4

 4

 On "The Year-687"

 Sean Mewhinney

dating the event of -687 in the Chinese calendar

China

 6:4

 28

 Calendars

 Lynn E. Rose

aligning dates in the Egyptian calendar with the Julian calendar

Egypt

 6:4

 40

 The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah

 Immanuel Velikovsky

the stories of Genesis and Melchizedek; transmutation of elements

Jupiter myths, general science

 6:4

 57

 Cuban Prehistory

 Aurelio Ruix-Lafont

archeological work in Cuba

Cuba

 6:4

 65

 Asimov's Guide to the Velikovsky Affair

 Ralph E. Juergens

Asimov’s recollection printed in 1974 offered little that was true

cult of scientists

 6:4

 71

 Heretics, Dogmatists and Science's Reception of New Ideas (Part 4)

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

recent mistreatment of Velikovsky

cult of scientists

 6:4

 85

 Sothic Dating Redux

 Richard A. Parker

response to Rose in 6:1 with replies by Lynn E. Rose, Shane H. Mage

Egypt

 6:4

 91

 Radioactivity in the Bible

 Anders Hagman

comment about Shamir in 6:1

Bible, general science

 6:4

 93

 Sagan's Improbable Probabilities

 Raymond C. Vaughan

formula expressing number of millenia per year?

cult of scientists

 6:4

 94

 Venus's Greenhouse: Premature Sufficiency?

 C. Leroy Ellenberger

NASA still backs greenhouse theory?!

solar system



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