Worlds in Collision free PDF | Immanuel Velikovsky

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Worlds in Collision (free PDF download) by Immanuel Velikovsky was printed in the 1950’s. It is an essential starter book for the Thunderbolts Electric Universe theory, comparative plasma mythology and New Chronology revisionism. Follow the instructions below to download a free copy of WiC.

Worlds in Collision book (free PDF download) by Immanuel Velikovsky was printed in the 1950’s. It is an essential starter book for the Thunderbolts Electric Universe theory, comparative plasma mythology and New Chronology. Immanuel Velikovsky also wrote but did not publish his Cosmos Without Gravitation (free ebook). This book was the inspiration for Wallace Thornhill to conceive of a non Gravity cosmology and when he bumped into David Talbott‘s Saturn Myth they eventually founded the Thunderbolts Project and the modern EU theory.

Immanuel Velikovsky in his 1950’s book Worlds in Collision proposes that many myths and traditions of ancient peoples and cultures are based on actual events: worldwide global catastrophes of a celestial origin, which had a profound effect on the lives, beliefs and writings of early mankind.

After reaching the number 1 spot in the best-sellers list, Velikovsky’s Worlds in Collision was banned from a number of academic institutions, and creating an unprecedented scientific debacle that became known as The Velikovsky Affair.
Immanuel Velikovsky | Knowledge.co.uk

Velikovsky acknowledged that his scenario was at odds with established physics. But any inconsistencies weren’t due to his myth-as-fact interpretations; instead, he pointed to the need for a new approach to celestial mechanics in which electrical forces and magnetism trumped the power of gravity.

Understandably, astronomers of the day were outraged by all of this. It took Velikovsky four years to get Worlds in Collision published, finally getting a green light from Macmillan in part because a sympathetic Gordon Atwater, then head of astronomy at New York’s American Museum of Natural History, promised to create a show for Hayden Planetarium to depict the book’s planetary pinball. But Atwater was summarily fired before that could happen.
Velikovsky’s Venus | Sky & Telescope

As the book was first published in 1950 and the author Immanuel Velikovsky died in 1979 it is a shame that the Worlds in Collision Kindle ebook costs over $18 from Amazon.

You can also buy the paperback version of the book but that only slightly more expensive than the ebook version. Another option is purchasing a used book as they are available for about half the price.

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