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Ages in Chaos is the second book by Immanuel Velikovsky, first published by Doubleday in , which put forward a major revision of the. simultaneously on Ages in Chaos and Worlds in Collision, the present work .. sentences who Simon YehielVelikovsky was. From the day. Ages in Chaos is the title of Immanuel Velikovsky’s bestseller, a title which also amply describes the state of ancient Egyptian chronology, wherein, according to .

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He began by claiming that the Exodus took place not, as orthodoxy has it, at some point during the New Kingdombut at the fall of the Middle Kingdom. Over half a century now, I have read and reread Velikovsky’s books. The foundation is sound.

Ex Library with usual markings and stamps. Instead, the 22nd through 25th dynasties follow upon the earlier part of the 18th, leading down to the Assyrian invasions of the early 7th century BCE.

Ages in Chaos: A reconstruction of ancient history from the Exodus to King Akhnaton

In the last two years of his vepikovsky Velikovsky published a further two volumes of the series. The SIS publishes two high quality journals and a website: James, Peter ; Thorpe, I. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Jacket rubbed and tattered. Ipuwer wrote his account at the end of the Middle Kingdom, a time w Historians haven’t been able to find an account of the Exodus in Egyptian records. Will your mind be opened or will you force it to stay closed?


Advertisement on DJ rear is for Oedipus and Akhnaton, which cnaos this no earlier vrlikovsky printing. The idea is that accepted time lines are out of step and the events recorded did happen but earlier. To ask other readers questions about Ages in Chaosplease sign up.

Nov 30, Johnathan Steere rated it liked it. Valentin Kostadinov rated it really liked it May 11, The 20th dynasty here becomes identified with the dynasties which ruled a newly independent Egypt in the early 4th century BCE, and the Afes Peoples against whom Rameses III fought are now identified as the Greek mercenaries of the Persian Kings who are here identified with detailed justification as the Peleset, normally seen as another name for the Philistines.

Sign In Register Help Cart. Ages in Chaos Immanuel Velikovsky His conclusion, then, is that the Bible is correct.

Find Rare Books Book Value. Undated but circa Black cloth paste on titles that are blue with gold lettering. The Ipuwer Papyrus describes the same plagues as the Bible does.

Ages in Chaos | The Velikovsky Encyclopedia

In dust jacket protected under older mylar wrap. Tight book with no marks or stamps.

The more recent date seems more in line with the decline and ultimate end veli,ovsky the Sumerian Civilization, circa B. A Velikovsky Potpourri Part One “, pp.


Some personal favorites are the first two. Shift them six centuries, and they match the events described in the Books of Kings and Chronicles, the Mesha Stele of Moab, and Assyrian records. Nonetheless, his books often sold well and gained an enthusiastic support in lay circles, often fuelled by claims of unfair treatment for Velikovsky by orthodox academia.

This is a later printing. His books u Immanuel Velikovsky was a Russian-born American independent scholar, best known as the author of a number of controversial books reinterpreting the events of ancient history, in particular the US bestseller Worlds in Collisionpublished in In any case, Worlds in Collisionwhile initially a book published in by Velikovsky as well as a science fiction novel and moviemight eventually become the name of a main event fifty or so years later.

He was, after all, speculating at the edge albeit with extensive historical documents as a foundation on some of the most incredible possibilities imaginable. Teri Uktena rated it liked it Nov 02, Velikovsky’s work has been harshly criticised, including by fellow chronological revisionists such as Peter James.

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