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KRONOS Vol VIII, No. 3

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AVAILABLE NOW FROM KRONOS

VELIKOVSKY: BONDS OF THE PAST

The original color film documentary is now available on video cassette. Running time is 1 hour. The price is $95.00 payable in U. S. funds drawn on an American bank or branch. Overseas add $5.00 for shipping and handling. Please be sure and specify VHS or Beta.

Make check or money order payable to KRONOS and send to P. O. Box 343, Wynnewood, PA 19096. Allow up to six weeks for delivery.

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"Velikovsky: The Bonds of the Past," an hour-long film, was telecast February 22, 1972 by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Owing to enthusiastic public response, the film was aired again in Canada September 10.

In addition to beautiful color photography of Egypt and Switzerland, the film includes interviews with many participants in the unfolding drama of the past three decades - Eric Larrabee, who authored the explosive reviews of Worlds in Collision in Harpers; Lloyd Motz, Columbia University astronomer; William Mullen, classicist from Berkeley; C. J. Ransom and David Carlyle, the physicists who put together the 1971 bulletin, "Lunar Probes and Velikovsky's Advance Claims"; William Birenbaum, president, Staten Island Community College; and others. Velikovsky discusses the genesis of his ideas, sets forth the outlines of a catastrophe involving Saturn, reminisces concerning his debates with Einstein, and speaks of Freud's theories.

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