| Philip Smith - 1885
...the Ethiopian Tirhaka). This he calculates as 11,340 years. Ho adds that, during this period, the sun **had "twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises."** This apparently absurd statement is explained by Mr. Poole as referring to " the solar risings of stars... | |
| Herodotus - 1899 - 568 pages
...remaining Kings of Egypt. During this time they related that the sun had four times risen out of his **usual quarter, and that he had twice risen where he...with regard to diseases, or with respect to deaths.** In former time the priests of Jupiter did to Hecata;us the historian, when he was tracing his own genealogy,... | |
| Frederick Gard Fleay - 1899 - 167 pages
...volume is Manetho responsible : as we shall see. I take the statement in Herodotus ii. 142, that the sun **had twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises,** to mean that two complete Sothic cycles had been gone through since the time of Menes ; and that the... | |
| Herodotus - 1901 - 613 pages
...remaining kings of Egypt. During this time, they related, that the sun had four times risen out of his **usual quarter, and that he had twice risen where he...productions of the earth or the river, or with regard to** dis eases, or with respeci iv, deaths. 143. In former time, the priests of Jupiter did to Hecatams... | |
| Gerald Massey - 1907
...been reckoned by the Egyptian astronomers, " the sun had four times risen out of his usual quarter ; **that he had twice risen where he now sets, and twice...where he now rises. Yet, that no change in the things** of Egypt had been occasioned by this, either in the productions of the earth ' or the river.' " And... | |
| Paul Brunton - 1936 - 287 pages
...and righdy earned the tide of "the Father of History." And they had further told him that "the sun **had twice risen where he now sets and twice set where he now rises."** The implication of this extraordinary statement is that the poles of our earth had completely changed... | |
| Brad Steiger, John White - 1986 - 260 pages
...remaining kings of Egypt. During this time they related that the sun had four times risen out of his **usual quarter, and that he had twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises."** Whatsoever truth there may be in the statement, there are no phenomenal data known to the present writer... | |
| Gerald Massey - 2007 - 680 pages
...been reckoned by the Egyptian astronomers, "the sun had four times risen out of his usual quarter; **that he had twice risen where he now sets, and twice...where he now rises. Yet, that no change in the things** of Egypt had been occasioned by this, either in the productions of the earth 'or the river' " And he... | |
| Gerald Massey - 2007 - 516 pages
...remaining kings of Egypt. During this time they related that the sun had four times risen out of his **usual quarter, and that he had twice risen where he now sets** (ii. 142), and twice set where he now rises," Again, he remarks, " Hercules is one of the ancient gods... | |
| Gerald Massey - 2007 - 516 pages
...remaining kings of Egypt. During this time they related that the sun had four times risen out of his **usual quarter, and that he had twice risen where he now sets** (ii. 142), and twice set where he now rises." Again, he remarks, " Hercules is one of the ancient gods... | |
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