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Volumes 1:1 to 1:6

Volume I:1 [more] (January 1988)

  1. Reconstructing the Saturn Myth, by David Talbott (Offers a summary of the Saturn Thesis, including evidence that Saturn was the ancient sun-god worshipped the world over in countless rites).
  2. Venus in Ancient Myth and Language, by Ev Cochrane
  3. Apollo and the Planet Mars, by Ev Cochrane(A detailed analysis of the cult of the Greek god in light of comparative mythology and archaeoastronomical traditions. Evidence is presented that Apollo is best understood as a personification of the planet Mars)
  4. The Electro-Gravitic Theory of Celestial Motion, by Charles Ginenthal
  5. Solar System Studies, by Fred Hall
  6. Road to Saturn, by Dwardu Cardona

Volume I:2 [more] (February 1988)

  1. Reopening the Sumerian question, by Jan Sammer
  2. Heinsohn, Velikovsky, and the Revised Chronology, by Clark Whelton(this issue features discussion of the revolutionary historical reconstruction offered by Gunnar Heinsohn, professor of economics at Bremen. Heinsohn argues that conventional history is out of order by several millennia, the Sumerians actually living in the middle of the first millennium bce).
  3. The Chaldeans of Sumer, by Martin Sieff
  4. Did the Sumerians and the Akkadians ever exist?, by Gunnar Heinsohn
  5. Stars, Galaxies, and Electro-Gravitic Theory, by Charles Ginenthal
  6. Velikovsky and the Problem of Planetary Identification, by Ev Cochrane
  7. On Testing the Polar Configuration, by David Talbott

Volume I:3 [more] (1988)

  1. The Solar System and Electro-Gravitic Theory, by Charles Ginenthal
  2. Is Gravity Necessary?, by Earl Milton
  3. On the Nature of Natural Selection and Speciation, by James Strickling
  4. The Unworkable Polar Saturn, by Roger Ashton
  5. The Ship of Heaven, by David Talbott
  6. Venus in Ancient Myth and Science: Part II, by Ev Cochrane
  7. Road to Saturn: Part II, by Dwardu Cardona

Volume I:4 [more] (July 1988)

  1. On Models and Scenarios, by David Talbott
  2. Solar System Studies: Part II, by Fred Hall
  3. The Polar Column: A Physical Model of Myth, by Fred Jueneman
  4. The Saturn Myth: A Tentative Physical Model, by Robert Driscoll
  5. Mars in Upheaval, by Charles Ginenthal
  6. The Organization of the Solar System, by Don Patten and Samuel Windsor
  7. Heracles and the Planet Mars, by Ev Cochrane(argues that the traditions surrounding the Greek hero are best understood as reflecting ancient conceptions associated with the planet Mars).
  8. The Israelite Conquest of Canaan, by Gunnar Heinsohn
  9. The Hyksos were not Assyrians, by Martin Sieff

Volume I:5 [more] (September 1988)

  1. The Two Sargons and Their Successors, by Dwardu Cardona
  2. Mother Goddess and Warrior-Hero, by David Talbott
  3. The Poem of Erra, by Ev Cochrane
  4. The Hermes Connection
  5. The Organization of the Solar System: Part Two, by Don Patten and Samuel Windsor

Volume 1:6 [more] (1988)

  1. The Youthful Atmosphere of Venus, by Charles Ginenthal
  2. Velikovsky and Oedipus, by Ev Cochrane(a critical analysis of Velikovsky's book Oedipus and Akhnaton, featuring an overview of Oedipus's cult in the light of comparative mythology)
  3. On Saturn and the North Pole, by Lynn Rose
  4. Velikovsky, Fundamentalism, and the Revised Chronology, by Clark Whelton
  5. The Stratigraphy of Bahrein: An Answer to Critics, by Gunnar Heinsohn
  6. Egytian Chronology and the Hyksos, by Gunnar Heinsohn
  7. The Two Sargons and their Successors, by Dwardu Cardona

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