Volumes 3:1 to 3:6
Volume 3:1 [more] (November 1992)
- The Jewish Science of Immanuel Velikovsky: Part Two, by Duane Vorhees
- Velikovsky: A Personal Perspective, by Fred Jueneman
- The Fracture Zones in Deep Polar Ice Cores, by Lynn Rose
- The Surface of Venus, by Charles Ginenthal(Ginenthal presents a wealth of evidence suggesting that Venus only recent experienced a catastrophe of unprecedented scale).
- A Velikovsky Potpourri, by Leroy Ellenberger(Velikovsky's most persistent critic offers a summary of the evidence against the thesis presented in Worlds in Collision)
- A Personal Memoir, by Warner Sizemore
- Venus and the Jubilee, by Bernard Newgrosh
- Towards a Science of Mythology, by Ev Cochrane
Volume 3:2 [more] (May 1993)
- Astral Kingship, by Lewis Greenberg
- Velikovsky's Dreamwork, by Duane Vorhees
- Is the Universe Finite?, by Fred Jueneman
- Suns and Planets in Neolithic Rock Art, by 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).
- Baal-Manzer the Tyrian: A Reappraisal, by Brad Aaronson
- Who Were the Assyrians of the Persian Period?, by Gunnar Heinsohn
Volume 3:3 [more] (October 1993)
- From Myth to Physical Model, by David Talbott(The author of The Saturn Myth presents 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).
- A Proposed Model for the Polar Configuration, by Bob Grubaugh
- Darkness and the Deep, by Dwardu Cardona
- Indra's Theft of the Sun-God's Wheel, by Ev Cochrane
- Velikovsky and Racial Memory, by Duane Vorhees
- Astronomical Dating and Calendrics, by Gunnar Heinsohn
Volume 3:4 [more] (December 1993)
- The Lord of Light, by Lewis Greenberg
- Thanatos and Anastasis, by Lewis Greenberg
- Velikovsky in America, by Duane Vorhees
- On Mars and Pestilence, by Ev Cochrane(evidence is presented that the association of the red planet with war, death, and pestilence is universal in extent, reflecting spectacular cataclysms involving Mars).
- Psychoceramics, by Fred Jueneman
Volume 3:5 [more] (May 1994)
- The Great Comet Venus, by David Talbott(Talbott presents a wealth of evidence suggesting that Venus only recently presented a comet-like appearance).
- The Evolution of the Cosmogonic Egg, by Dwardu Cardona
- The Beginning of Time, by Dwardu Cardona
- Sothis and the Morning Star in the Egyptian Pyramid Texts, by Ev Cochrane
Volume 3:6 [more] (December 1994)
- A Dynamical Objection to Grubaugh's Model, by Victor Slabinski
- Worlds in Collision: Reviews and Reviewers, by Duane Vorhees
- The Stratigraphical Chronology of Ancient Israel, by Gunnar Heinsohn
- The Saturn Thesis: Questions and Answers, by David Talbott
- On Dragons and Red Dwarves, by Ev Cochrane(the dragon-combat in the light of comparative mythology. A widespread motive features a dwarfish hero said to enter the dragon's belly only to swell greatly in size while turning bright red. Evidence is presented that the episode of the dragon-combat commemorates spectacular events associated with the planet Mars).
Back issues are $15 each. To request an issue or article, email Ev Cochrane with the relevant information.