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Catastrophism
Ages in Chaos
by Immanuel Velikovsky
The book-length account of Velikovsky's investigations into ancient Egyptian and Hebrew history that led to his revising the officially accepted chronology to bring the dates for a number of hitherto anomalously recorded events into alignment.
Amereon Limited Hardback, 1952
Carl Sagan and Immanuel Velikovsky
by Charles Ginenthal
This is the book that reawakened my interest in Catastrophism.
Ivy Press Books Paperback, 1995
Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes, The
by Richard Firestone, Allen West, and Simon Warwick-Smith
Flood, Fire, and Famine in the History of Civilization
Bear & Company Paperback, 2006
Cyclical Catastrophe
by Georgia Balbin
Planetary Wars in the Solar and Saturn System
TET Publishing Hardback, 2005
Earth in Upheaval
by Immanuel Velikov
Velikovsky's response to critics who ridiculed suggestions of evidence for a scientific theory being offered in the form of ancient legends and myths, and references from the Bible.
Pocket Paperback, 1955
Flare Star
by Dwardu Cardona
Follow-on to "God Star." Saturn configuration encounters the system of the present Sun.
Trafford Publishing Paperback, 2007
God Star
by Dwardu Cardona
The theory of Earth's origin as a satellite of a brown dwarf star, the remnant of which we now see as the planet Saturn
Trafford Publishing Paperback, 2006
Thunderbolts of the Gods
by David Talbott & Wallace Thornhill
A radical interpretation of human history and the evolution of the Solar System
Mikamar Publishing Paperback, 2005 Includes 65 min DVD
Worlds in Collision
by Immanuel Velikov
Velikovsky's original book proposing that Venus is not billions of years old as conventionally taught, but a young, white-hot object that was expelled from Jupiter within the time of recorded human history.
Doubleday Paperback, 1950
 
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