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The Institute for the Study of Collective Behavior and Memory

HORUS Table of Contents

Volume 1, Number 1. Winter, 1985
ISSN: 8756-3029

A publication of

The Institute of the Study of Collective Behavior and Memory is a non-profit organisation whose general purpose is to pursue research into ancient rituals, cosmologies, myths and legends, monuments and temples, symbols, systems of abstract and applied knowledge, and other clues to the early psychological history of mankind. A range of discoveries over the past few years has opened new lines of interpretation and suggested fascinating alternatives to the traditional concepts of the ancient world. We invite all with similar interests to join us in the effort by becoming a member.

Managing Editor, William Douglas

Contents: Vol. 1, No. 1.

Cover Poem

Grandson of the starry sky
    Son of Isis, that am I
        Ever watchful, this my eye
            Shall the dead reveivify

                Be not fearful, do not sigh
                    Ever faithful,ask not why
                        Watch and wait, I prophesy
                            Wonders yet will fill the sky.

Volume 1, Number 2. Summer, 1985

  • The Stonehendge; What Is it? Alban Wall
    Alban Wall explores the meaning of Stonehenge - why it was built, and how it was used as a ring counter to keep track of the complex cycles of the Sun and Moon. . . p. 5

  • What is Uniformitarianism and How Did it Get Here? Alex Marton
    Alex Marton discusses the traditional scientific doctrine of uniformitarianism in relation to the social and political times which gave it birth. . . . p. 12

  • ...more Myths, Monuments, and Mnemonics; A Pictorial Visit to Easter Island. David Griffard
    David Griffard takes a photographic tour on the equinox of Easter Island - the land where there are "Eyes that Watch the Sky" - Native traditions suggest a system of astronomical knowledge and astral worship lay behind the mysterious statues for which the island is famous. Some rough measurements indicate intentional astronomical alignment of the monuments. . . p. 15

  • The Ching Hsing Charles Raspil.
    Charles Raspil reviews some ancient Chinese concerns with the Ching Hsing phenomenon and the implications that it was related to extraordinary characteristics associated with the planet Venus. . . . p. 23

  • Venus A Battle Star? Charles Bowen.
    Charles Bowen introduces Venus as the Battle Star - a role suggested in the traditions and records of cultures as diverse as ancient Babylon, China, and Mesoamerica. Here, he reviews specific astronomical beliefs marking Venus' role in the military affairs of ancient peoples. . . . p. 27

  • Editorial. W.J. Douglas

Cover Poem

Everywhere is the wind of Heaven;
round and above all
are boundless sea and sky,
infinite space
and a great silence.
The dweller there is ever listening
for he knows not what,
feeling unconsciously that he
is in the antechamber to something
yet more vast which is just beyond his ken.

Vol. 1 No. 3 Fall, 1985

Vol. 2 No. 1 Winter, 1986

Cover quote: "I sent forth my messengers to the country of Atika..., to the great copper mines which are in this place... Their mines were found abounding in copper; it was loaded by ten-thousands into their galleys." - Ramsees III

Vol. 2 No. 2 Summer, 1986

Vol. 2 No. 3 Fall 1986

Cover text:
...when we find how lavishly the remains of prehistoric races are scattered over the length of the North American continent, we realize that ancient monuments are no more numerous on this side of the Atlantic than over there! [London Spectator, 1892]

Horus Vol. 3 No. 1 Winter 1987

David Griffard, President
John Eskridge, Secretary
Charles Bowen, Treasurer

Don Riggs

Advisory Board
Alex Marton,
Donald E. Straley

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