Worlds in Collision book review

Changes in Earth’s day length

Worlds in Collision by Immanuel Velikovsky earths orbit calendar changed year length

Has the length of the Earth’s day always been the same? Has it been longer or shorter in the past? And how could that effect the Earth and life on it? We learn that an ‘Earth Day’ is 24 hours long, and that more precisely it is 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds long. …

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The celestial harmony

worlds in collision immanuel velikovsky migrating planets evidence

Immanuel Velikovsky, in his Worlds in Collision book, asks questions: If everything in our solar system has always been like Netwonian clockwork, so harmonious? Was our solar system always basically the same? Why are the planets and moons physical properties so different? The celestial harmony is composed of bodies different in size, different in form, …

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Worlds in Collision

Worlds in Collision Immanuel Velikovsky

Worlds in Collision by Immanuel Velikovsky is an essential book to read for those interested in chronology revision, world catastrophism, alternative mythology interpretation, comparative mythology and especially the Electric Universe theory (EU theory). How have the Worlds in Collision general theories and Velikovsky’s specific ideas held up since then? Especially against the massive increases in …

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