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Henry, "Legends of the Creation, 9 M. Henry, Vol. They were objecting to a statement in The Astronomy Book J.

Henry, Master Books, , pp. Hartmann, Astronomy, Wadsworth, , p. APIN tablets have been independently determined to be based on observations from roughly 26 Hartmann, p. Eudoxus' lore and MUL. In contradiction, however, Ovenden p.

APIN tablets as supplying the time frame estimated latitude range for these people]. The Egyptians sailed in the for the lore, Schaefer inferred the latitude necessary from the lore to Mediterranean, but much of their seafaring also would have been in give him the time frame he expected, then concluded that the time more southern waters.

The Phoenicians were great traders, with a frame matched the time of Assyria's cultural dominance. APIN tablets and Eudoxus derive from the determined latitude. But I would like to put forward the claims of same source is true, except that the ultimate source dates from c. Hartmann's reservation about naming the Minoans as the Nor could the Romans via Ptolemy have given us the constellation-makers has been mentioned.

Further, Ovenden's constellations: " Ptolemy's catalogue bears witness to a proposals have a chronological problem. The chronologies of his constellation scheme that originated and had received its completion four candidates -- and of other ancient chronologies tied to before his day" E. Once the chronologies are scaled down , as they ought to be, by shrinking the Egyptian chronology appropriately, and by 16 Kenneth Brecher, "Sirius Enigmas," Astronomy of the Ancients, K.

Minoan and Greek chronologies, these cultures date not from c. Gambit, , p. Hislop began this work in in the form of a G.

Stechert, , p. Corliss editor , Ancient Evangelistic Association, once advocated Hislop's ideas.

Star Names, Their Lore and Meaning - ALLEN, Richard Hinckley

Ralph Woodrow Evangelistic pp. Association, , pp. However, one 21 J. The Nazca Doubleday Anchor, Kramer asserted that many cultural practices and patterns did in fact first appear in the Sumer of BC p. See also R.

Star Names Their Lore and Meaning. Richard H. Allen

Haliburton, "Orientation of 30 Ovenden, pp. Temples by the Pleiades," Nature, Vol. This assertion remains relevant today, for p. In antiquity, "… astrology was based on the doctrine that the 34 Louis Ginzberg, Henrietta Szold translator , Legends of the Jews, outer spheres of the universe influenced the inner.

The constellations were influenza' are such cases" Charles Singer, A Short History of intended to tell the gospel story, but eventually the meaning of Scientific Ideas to , Oxford, , p. Rolleston cited "proof texts" without context Bible nowhere claims that God designed the constellations for a but in so doing made an argument which was quite popular. Biblical references to constellations Rolleston's assertion was that "the signs [in the zodiac] were merely assert that God, not pagan deities, controls the stars intended to symbolize prophecy, as recorded in the Holy in the constellations.

Biblical references to constellations are Scriptures" Rolleston, part 1, p. For example, Joseph R.

Seiss The Gospel in the Stars, E. Claxton, Philadelphia, ; reprinted , Kregel, p. Constellations and Asterisms in the Bible was helped to some of his best information.

Job "Canst thou bind the sweet She was the first to create an interest in this important influences of Pleiades, or loose subject. Fleming God's Voice in the Stars, the bands of Orion? Canst thou Loizeaux, , p.

But Isaiah " Rolleston and Seiss both advanced the claim of this paper, that the constellations of Reference: Allen, p. Rolleston, for example, noted that "the Egyptian and Chaldean signs were the same as In fact God has a name for each star: "He telleth the everywhere else, but differently named" part 2, p.

The skeptics had exploited the cultural page 6 Table 2. Pages cited in Allen.

In Fleming p. Altair is actually 12th, 6 7 after Betelgeuse and Hadar Kornberg. Acrux is actually 8 24th Kornberg. Aldebaran, 14th, is actually preceded by HD Kornberg , not listed in 9 Fleming.

Pollux, Spica and Anteres are actually 17th, 15th and 16th, respectively Kornberg. Castor is actually 25th, Alioth 33rd, and Bellatrix 28th Kornberg.

With input from reminiscent of biblical themes Fleming, pp.

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