Hans Schindler Bellamy

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Hans Schindler Bellamy (1901 – 12 December 1982, poss. Vienna) was a researcher and author. His books investigate the work of Austrian cosmologist, Hans Hoerbiger and German selenographer, Philipp Fauth, whose now-defunct Cosmic Ice (Glacial Kosmogonie) Theory:[1]

"... considers the Moon to be a metallo-mineral body covered with a sphere of ice... captured out of transterrestrial space where, probably not so very long ago, it existed as an independent planet ...".
"... Hydrogen and oxygen exist in the universe in their natural combination H2O, water, in its cosmic form: ice".
"When a block of this 'Cosmic Ice' plunges into a glowing star the impact generates heat. The ice turns into steam. Thermo-chemical decomposition splits the steam into its constituents. Most of the oxygen is bound to the stellar matter, producing more heat. Practically all the hydrogen is exhaled into space. The star-matter-bound oxygen and the 'spatial' hydrogen for the vast stores out of which the Cosmic Ice is generated and its supplies repleted". (Moons, Myths and Man, 1936)

Bellamy's first book, Moons, Myths and Man, describes Hoerbiger's theory in detail, and its application to world myths, and his subsequent books develop the theory in light of the Bible, the Atlantis myth, and the Tiahuanaco ruins.

H.S. Bellamy may be a pseudonym of Hans Schindler.[2]

Works[edit]

  • Moons, Myths and Man. A reinterpretation. Faber & Faber: London, 1936, also 1949 revised
  • The Book of Revelation is History.Faber & Faber: London, 1942
  • Built before the Flood. The problem of the Tiahuanaco ruins. Faber & Faber: London, 1943
  • In the Beginning God. A new scientific vindication of cosmogonic myths in the Book of Genesis. Faber & Faber: London, 1945
  • The Atlantis Myth. Faber & Faber: London, 1948. 8o.
  • Life History of our Earth. Based on the geological application of Hoerbiger's Theory. Faber & Faber: London, 1951
  • The Calendar of Tiahuanaco. A disquisition on the time measuring system of the oldest civilization in the world. Faber & Faber: London, 1956, with Peter Allan
  • The Great Idol of Tiahuanaco. An interpretation in the light of the Hoerbiger theory of satellites of the glyphs carved on its surface. Faber & Faber: London, 1959, with Peter Allan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hans Hoerbiger and Philipp Fauth, Glazialkosmogenie. 1913
  2. ^ According to The Faber Archive and his index card record, at his publisher, Faber and Faber Ltd