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This page lists book, publications and articles by Immanuel Velikovsky. See also, a List of Velikovsky Lectures.

Contents

Books

Published posthumously

Unpublished

Articles

Pre Worlds in Collision (to 1949)

Source: "Immanuel Velikovsky's Jewish Science", A Biography by Duane Vorhees

  • 1917: Tretii Iskhod (Moscow, 1917)
  • 1931: "Ueber die Energetik der Psyche und die physikalische Existenz der Gedankenwelt," Zeitschrift fuer die gesammte Neurologie und Psychiatre 133 (1931).
  • 1933: "Psychoanalytische Ahnungen in der Traumdeutungskunst der alten Hebraaer nach dem Traktat Brachoth," Die Psychoanalytische Bewegung 5 (1933)
  • 1933: Al Ahlosha Devarim (Jerusalem,1933)
  • 1933: "Eine Arbeitstheorie zum Verstaendnis der Melancholie und ihrer Behandlung," Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 83 (May 20, 1933).
  • 1934: "Can a Newly Acquired Language Become the Speech of the Unconscious? Word Plays in the Dreams of Hebrew-Thinking Persons," Psychoanalytic Review 21 (July, 1934) (Abs)
  • 1934: "Kann eine neuerlernte Sprache zur Sprache des Unbewusten Werden? Wortspiele in Traaumen von Hebraaisch Denkenden." Imago, 20.
  • 1935: "Psychische Anaphylaxie und ihre Reaktionsgebundenheit an des erste Agens." Psychotherapeutische Praxis, 2, 1.
  • 1935: ("Emanuil Ram"). Tridtsat' dnei i nochei Diego Pieresa na mostu sviatogo Angela. [Poema v. proze]. Paris: Parabola.
  • 1936: "Psychic Anaphylaxie," Psychoanalytic Review 23 (1936)
  • 1936: Thirty Days and Nights of Diogo Pires on the Bridge of Sant'Angelo (Jerusalem, 1936)
  • 1937: "Psychic Anaphylaxis and Somatic Determination of the Affects." The British Journal of Medical Psychology, 17, part I.
  • 1937: "Zu Tolstois Kreutzersonate." Imago, 23.
  • 1937: "Tolstoy's Kreutzer Sonata and Unconscious Homosexuality." Psychoanalytic Review, 24.
  • 1937: "Une langue nouvellement acquise peutelle devenir la langue de l'inconscient? Des jeux de mots dans des reves chez des personnes de langue hebraique." Airchivio generale di neurologia, psichiatria epsiconalisi, 18
  • 1938: "Les origines psychologiques de la haine des nations." Onzieme Congres International de Psychologie, Paris, 25-31 Juillet 1937; Rapports et Comptes Rendus. Paris: Imprimerie Moderne.
  • 1938: "Jeu de mots hebraiques. Une langue nouvellement acquise peut-elle devenir la langue de l'inconscient?" Revue francaise de psychanalyse, 10, 1.
  • 1939: "Letter to the Editor", The Times (London), Tuesday, May 30, 1939; pg. 15; Issue 48318; col A.
  • 1941: "The Dreams Freud Dreamed," Psychoanalytic Review 28 (1941)
  • 1945. Theses for the reconstruction of Ancient History from the End of the Middle Kingdom in Egypt to the Advent of Alexander the Great. New York: Simon Velikovsky Foundation.
  • 1946: "The Radium of King Solomon", This Month (December, 1946)
  • 1946: "The Story of Ruhama" New York Times, (Sept. 19), 30.
  • 1949. "Why NOT Do Something About the Weather." Daily Compass (June 28), 1.
  • 1949. "And Still No Rain-Making." Daily Compass (?) (July 1), 13.

Post Worlds in Collision (From 1950)

  • 1950: "Worlds in Collision." Letters to the Editor, Harper's, 200 (Mar.), 18.
  • 1950: "Dr. Velikovsky vs. Mr Kaempffert... A Collision of Author and Reviewer." New York Times, (May 7), VII, 16-17.
  • 1950: "Hoerbiger's Theory." New York Times, (June 25), 8.
  • 1950: "'Worlds in Collision.'" Letters to the Editor, The Spectator, 42.
  • 1951: "Worlds in Collision." Letters to the Editor, The New Statesman and Nation, (Feb. 3).
  • 1951: "Answer to My Critics," Harper's 202 (June, 1951) Reprinted in Pensée, 3, 3 (1973).
  • 1951: "Answer to Professor Stewart" in Harper's, 202 (June), 63-66. Reprinted in Pensée, 3, 3 (1973).
  • 1957. "Very Similar, almost Identical" Psychoanalysis and the Future: A Centenary Commemoration of the Birth of Sigmund Freud. New York: National Psychological Assoclation for Psychoanalysis.
  • 1957: "Very Similar, almost Identical," Psychoanalysis and the Future (New York, 1957)
  • 1963: Some Additional Examples of Correct Prognosis," American Behavioral Scientist 7:1 (Sept. 1963), pp. 50-54. Reprinted in Alfred de Grazia, ed. The Velikovsky Affair: Scientism vs. Science (Hyde Park, 1966).
  • 1965: "A Tempest in the Cosmos," Sunday Herald Tribune Book Week. (Sept. 5, 1965), pp. 2, 8-9.
  • 1965: "'Lesson' for a Sophomore: Velikovsky on Akhnaton and Scholarship." Daily Princetonian, (Nov.16).
  • 1967: Velikovsky, Immanuel and Ralph E. Juergens. (1967). "A Rejoinder to Motz." Yale Scientific, (Apr.), 14-16, 30. Reprinted in Kronos, 2:1 (1976) as "The Birth of Venus from Jupiter."
  • 1967: "Velikovsky Favors Debate." Letters to the Editor, Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, (Feb. 28), 24.
  • 1967: "Venus -- A Youthful Planet." Yale Scientific, (Apr.), 8-11, 32. Reprinted in Kronos, 4, 3 (Spring, 1979), 56-69.
  • 1967: "A Rejoinder to Burgstahler and Angino." Yale Scientific, (Apr.), 20-25, 32. Partially reprinted in Pensée, 2:2 (May 1972) as "On Decoding 'Hawkins' Stonehenge Decoded," in Pensée, 3:1 (Winter 1973) as "The Orientation of the Pyramids;" and in Kronos, 4:2 (1978), as "The Weakness of the Venus Greenhouse Theory."
  • 1968: "The Catastrophic Worlds of Immanuel Velikovsky." [Interview] Science and Mechanics (July 1968), p. 101.
  • 1969: "Are the Moon's Scars Only 3000 Years Old?" New York Times (July 21, 1969), City Edition. Reprinted in Pensée 2:2 (May, 1972), p. 14.
  • 1972: "When Was the Lunar Surface Last Molten?" Pensée, 2, 2 (May), 19-21.
  • 1972: "Is Venus' Heat Decreasing?" Pensée, 2, 2 (May), 51.
  • 1972: "Straka: Science or Anti-Science?" Pensée, 2, 3 (Fall), 16.
  • 1972: "H. H. Hess and My Memoranda." Pensée, 2, 3 (Fall), 22-29.
  • 1973: "Earth without a Moon." Pensée, 3, 1 (Winter), 25.
  • 1973: "The Lion Gate at Mycenae." Pensée, 3, 1 (Winter), 31.
  • 1973: "The Pitfalls of Radiocarbon Dating." Pensée, 3, 2 (Winter), 12-14, 50.
  • 1973: "Astronomy and Chronology." Pensée, 3, 2 (Spring-Summer), 38-49. Repr. in Peoples of the Sea, 1977.
  • 1973: "Metallurgy and Chronology." Pensée, 3, 3 (Fall), 5-9. Repr. in Ramses II and His Time, 1978.
  • 1973: "The Velocity of Light in Relation to Moving Bodies." Pensée, 3, 3 (Fall), 16-18.
  • 1973: "A Missed Opportunity?" Pensée, 3, 3 (Fall), 19.
  • 1973: Immanuel Velikovsky Discusses His Works. [Sound Recording]. Garden City, NY: Nassau Community College.
  • 1973-74: "Venus and Hydrocarbons." Pensée, 4, 1 (Winter), 21-23.
  • 1973-74: "Venus' Atmosphere." Pensée, 4, 1 (Winter), 31-37.
  • 1973-74: "A Reply to Stiebing." Pensée, 4, 1 (Winter), 38-42.
  • 1973-74: "Scarabs." Pensée, 4, 1 (Winter), 42-45..
  • 1973-74: "Tiryns." Pensée, 4, 1 (Winter), 45-46.
  • 1974: "My Challenge to Conventional Views in Science." Pensée, 4, 2 (Spring), 10-14. Repr. in Kronos, 3, 2 (1977) and Humanist, 37, 6 (Nov.-Dec. 1977).
  • 1974: "Cultural Amnesia: The Submergence of Terrifying Events in the Racial Memory and Their Later Emergence." Earl Milton, ed. Recollections of a Fallen Sky: Velikovsky and Cultural Amnesia. (Lethbridge, Canada: Unileth), 21-28.
  • 1974: "Afterword." Earl Milton, ed. Recollections of a Fallen Sky. (Lethbridge, Canada: Unileth), 149, 53.
  • 1974: "Address to the Chancellor's Dinner, The University of Lethbridge Cafeteria, Friday 10 May 1974." Earl Milton, ed. Recollections of a Fallen Sky (Lethbrldge, Canada: Unileth), 171-72.
  • 1974: "Address to the Convocation Dinner, Lethbridge Exhibition Pavillion, Saturday 11 May 1974." Earl Milton, ed. Recollections of a Fallen Sky (Lethbridge, Canada: Unileth), 175-76.
  • 1974-75: "The Scandal of Enkomi." Pensée, 4, 5 (Winter), 21-23.
  • 1974-75: "A Concluding Retort." Pensée, 4, 5 (Winter), 26, 49.
  • 1976: "Olympia." Kronos, 1, 4 (Winter), 3, 7.
  • 1976: "Alexander at the Oracle." Kronos, 2, 2 (Nov.), 55-67. Repr. in Peoples of the Sea, 1977.
  • 1975: "Were All Dinosaurs Reptiles?" Kronos, 2, 2 (Nov), 91-100.
  • 1976: Letter to Lewis M. Greenberg. Kronos, 2,2 (Nov), 120.
  • 1977: Peoples of the Sea: The Concluding Volume of the Ages in Chaos Series. Garden City, NY: Doubleday.
  • 1977: "Quartered at Yale." Kronos, 2, 3 (Feb ), 49-55. Repr. in Stargazers and Gravediggers, 1983.
  • 1977: "Jericho." Kronos, 2, 4 (Summer), 64-69.
  • 1977: "Afterword." Kronos, 3, 2 (Winter), 18-31.
  • 1977: "Afterword--1977." Humanist, 37, 6 (Nov.-Dec.), 22-24. Repr. in S.I.S. Review, 3, 2 (Autumn 1978), as "Retrospect."
  • 1977: "On the Advance Claim of Jupiter's Radionoises." Kronos, 3, 1 (Fall), 27-30.
  • 1977: "The Ten Points of Sagan." Kronos, 3, 2 (Winter), 32-48.
  • 1977-78: "A Response to Eva Danelius." SIS. Review, 2, 3, p. 80.
  • 1977-78: "The Sulman Temple in Jerusalem." S.I.S. Review, 2, 3, pp. 85-86. Repr. in Kronos, 5, 2.
  • 1978: From Book to Book and Land to Land. [Sound Recording]. Glassboro, NJ: Kronos.
  • 1978: "Genesis of the First Jerusalem 'Scripta'." The Jewish Quarterly, 26, 95. Repr. in S.I.S. Review, 4, 2 and 3 (Winter 1979-80), as "The Genesis of the Jerusalem Scripta: An Autobiographical Chapter."
  • 1978: Ramses II and His Time: A Volume in the Ages in Chaos Series. Garden City, NY: Doubleday.
  • 1978: "From the End of the Eighteenth Dynasty to the Time of Ramses II." Kronos, 3, 3 (Spring), 3-33.
  • 1978: "Khima and Kesil." Kronos, 3, 4 (Winter), 19-23. Repr. in S.I.S. Review, 3, 3 (Winter 1978-79).
  • 1979: "The Correct Placement of Haremheb in Egyptian History." Kronos, 4, 3 (Spring), 3-22.
  • 1979: "Two Experiments Involving Gravity and Electromagnetism." Kronos, 4, 4 (Summer), 59.
  • 1979: "On Saturn and the Flood." Kronos, 5, 1 (Fall), 3-11.
  • 1980: "Cultural Aspects of the Libyan and Ethiopian Dynasties." Kronos, 5, 3 (Spring), 1-10.
  • 1980: "The Ocean." Kronos, 5, 4 (Summer), 19-28.
  • 1980: "Shamir." Kronos, 6, 1 (Fall), 48-50.
  • 1980: "Calendrical Changes and Sothic Chronology." Kronos, 6, 1 (Fall), 74.
  • 1980-81: "A New Introduction to Earth in Upheaval." S.I.S. Review, 5, 1, pp. 28-30.
  • 1981: "The Secret of Baalbek." Kronos, 6, 2 (Winter), 25-32.
  • 1987: "The Secret of Baalbek (Concluded)." Kronos, 6, 3 (Spring), 2-17.
  • 1981: "The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah." Kronos, 6, 4 (Summer), 40-56.
  • 1981: "Precursors." Kronos, 7, 1 (Fall), 48-55.
  • 1982: Mankind in Amnesia. Garden City, NY: Doubleday.
  • 1982: "More Evidence: New Facts to Supplement Velikovsky's Revision of Ancient History." Frontiers of Science, 4, 1 (Mar.-Apr.), 20-28.
  • 1982: "Noises from Jupiter." Frontiers of Science, 4, 1 (Mar.-Apr.), 33-34.
  • 1982: "Beyond the Mountains of Darkness: The Search for the Ten Lost Tribes." Kronos, 7, 4 (Summer), 40-47.
  • 1982: "Hammurabi and the Revised Chronology." Kronos, 8, 1 (Fall), 78-84.
  • 1982: "Some Additional Evidence from the Period from the Exodus to the End of the Eighteenth Dynasty." S.I.S. Review, 6, 1 to 3, pp. 6-11.
  • 1983: Stargazers and Gravediggers: Memoirs to Worlds in Collision. New York: Morrow.
  • 1983: "The Libyan Period in Egypt." Kronos, 8, 2 (Winter), 18-20.
  • 1983: "Sanverim--Hypnosis in the Bible." Kronos, 8, 3 (Spring), 3-5.
  • 1983: "Seismology, Catastrophe, and Chronology." Kronos, 8, 4 (Summer), 54-58.
  • 1983: "Shapley's Sceintific Record." Kronos, 9, 1 (Fall), 40-42.
  • 1984: "Scarabs and Chronology." Kronos, 9, 2 (Winter), 1-2.
  • 1984: "The Role of Collective Amnesia in Retarding the Acceptance of Correct Ideas in Science." Kronos, 9, 2 (Winter), 39-45.
  • 1984: "Esarhaddon in Egypt." Kronos, 9, 3 (Summer), 1-5.
  • 1984: "On Prediction in Science." Kronos, 9, 3 (Summer), 109-12.

As "Observer" in the New York Post (1947-1949)

Velikovsky wrote a column for the paper under the name "Observer". Texts online at the Velikovsky Archive.

  • 1947. "United Nations Omens: Final Partition Vote Shows Up Extent of Arab Immoral Influence." New York Post, (25 Nov.), 27, 41.
  • 1948. "Atom and Oil: We Risk War for Oil Fields in Middle East But Neglect Atomic Energy for Peace." New York Post, (Feb. 17), 23, 34.
  • 1948. "Ex-Mufti, Criminal Ally: State Dept. Conceals Promised White Paper Book: Uses Whitewash Instead." New York Post (Feb. 23), 17.
  • 1948. "We Lose to Great Britain: The U.S. Is Jockeyed Out of Role of Mediator Into Antagonism to U.S.S.R." New York Post, (Feb. 29), 15, 24.
  • 1948. "Homeland for Heroes: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow--Palestine's Saga of Toil, Hope and Promise." New York Post, (Mar. 21), 17, 19.
  • 1948. "The General Surrenders: The Consistent Record of Pro-Arab Policy by Our Secretary of state." New York Post, (Mar. 28), 19, 30.
  • 1948. "False Issue: Communism. Palestine's Foes Try to Drag Red Herring Over the Trail of Justice and Logic." New York Post, (Apr. 14), 43, 79.
  • 1948. "Lake Success--or Lake Failure? Day of Judgment Opens in Shadow as Nations of the World Debate Doom of Justice." New York Post, (Apr. 16), 25.
  • 1948. "Partition: An Old Custom: When Syria Was Divided It Took Only A Small French Force: What of Palestine?" New York Post, (Apr. 18), 23,
  • 1948. "Great Britain Bets on The Wrong Horse: We Should Beware of Copying Policies Which Lost Her Ground in Middle East." New York Post , (Apr. 23), 23.
  • 1948. "Sportsmanship Lacking Too: The British Wind Up in Palestine by Helping Goliath Against the Defended, David." New York Post, (Apr. 27), 23.
  • 1948. "Ibn Saud's Star Wanes: British Scheme to Dislodge Americans From Middle-East Oil Control." New York Post, (Apr. 30), 21.
  • 1948. "Two Down, One Up: The Prestige of the U.S. and U.N. Down, Faith in the Jewish People Up." New York Post, (May 4), 19.
  • 1948. "The President Needs Advice: Since Partition Is a Reality the Economic Union of Palestine States Is Next Task." New York Post, (May 7), 23, 24.
  • 1948. "A Stamp for Artzenu: Pertinent Suggestion to Certain Prominent Philatelists on a New Issue." New York Post, (May 11), 19.
  • 1948. "A Jewish State Is Reborn: After Two Thousand Years of Struggle Free Citizens Live Again in Palestine." New York Post, (May 14), 25.
  • 1948. "No Buck-Passing: Great Britain and the United States, Not Merely Abdullah, Can Control Invasion." New York Post, (May 18), 21.
  • 1948. "The Throne of David: Bevin Attempts to Annoint the Head of Abdullah With Oil From a Jordan Pipeline." New York Post, (May 25), 21.
  • 1948. "Against Russia--or Us? Britain's Huge Military Base on Cypress Opposes American Influence, Too." New York Post, (May 26), 27.
  • 1948. "Lion or Jackal? The British Symbol Changes as Bevin's Policy Displaces the Balfour Promise." New York Post, (May 28),
  • 1948. "Wedgwood's Curse: The Darkest Hour in British Ethics Came When His Faith Was Betrayed." New York Post, (June 1), 21, 22.
  • 1948. "Message to Lady Astor: Anti-Semitism Wanes as Israel Advances; Peeress Mistook Her Friends for All U.S." New York Post, (June 4), 21.
  • 1948. "Home of the Brave: America's Sorry Record in Failing to Protect Flag or Citizens Abroad Since Nov." New York Post, (June 8), 19, 21.
  • 1948. "Son Supports Father: Israel Defends Jerusalem for United Nations, but Gets No Help for Own State." New York Post, (June 9), 25, 26.
  • 1948. "The Spirit of Israel: New Nation Shows That Love for Peace Should Not Be Mistaken for Weakness." New York Post, (June 21), 17.
  • 1948. "Oil--the Dictator: The Slippery Master of American Policy Betrays The People to Their Enemies for Profit." New York Post, (June 30), 25, 26.
  • 1948. "Bevin Mucks It Up: But British Middle-East Policy Goes Right On--'If the Jews Have It, Britain Wants It'." New York Post, (July 2),19, 20.
  • 1948. "Now Is the Hour: President Truman Will Be Judged By His Actions Toward Israel This Week--Not Yesterday's Words." New York Post , (July 8), 21.
  • 1948. "Britain's Bitter Fruit: Anti-Semitism in the Middle East Fails to Produce a Harvest--Except Perhaps for Egypt." New York Post, (July 12), 17.
  • 1948. "Outrageous 'Peace' Plan: Jerusalem and Even Lydda Would Be Turned Over to Arab Rule if Count Bernadotte Proposals Win." New York Post, (July 14), 21.
  • 1948. "Oil and Camels: Fear that American Concessions in Arabia Will Be Canceled Entirely Unfounded." New York Post, (July 19), 15, 20.
  • 1948. "The Unholy War Backfires: A Girded Israel Upsets Professors of Koran in Their Misguided Jiddah." New York Post, (July 30), 19.
  • 1948. "The Modern Amalekites: British Take On Role of Israel's Biblical Foe in Barring Him From Homeland." New York Post, (Aug. 5), 21.
  • 1948. "United You Stand: Hadassah [sic: Hagannah] and Irgun Don't Differ in Aims; Merely in Methods." New York Post, (Aug. 11 ), 23.
  • 1948. "If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem: A Letter From One of the Defenders of Jerusalem." New York Post, (Aug. 16), 17.
  • 1948. "Iraq's Decay and its Remedy: An International Quiz; From Where Can Iraq Obtain New Immigrants?" New York Post, (Aug. 24), 19, 20.
  • 1948. "From Disraeli to Bevin: Should the Oldest Nation Be Excluded From the Conclave of Nations?" New York Post, (Aug. 26), 23, 24.
  • 1948. "Everything's Going Your Way: Bevin's Curse, Like Balaam's, Is Changed Into a Blessing." New York Post, (Sept. 16), 27.
  • 1948. "The Amputation of the Negev: Pious Words Cover the Sly Plans of the British Colonial Office." New York Post, (Sept. 24), 41, 42.
  • 1949. "A Mountain Was in Travail: 2,500 Square Miles for Israel; 42,500 Square Miles for Abdullah." New York Post, (Sept. 28), 25.
  • 1948. "Barter of Votes: Egypt to Security Council, Franco Spain to United Nations." New York Post, (Oct. 12), 17, 21.
  • 1948. "Rift in the Arab Front: Abdullah and the British Are Isolated in the Middle East." New York Post, (Oct. 14), 35, 36.
  • 1948. "Two Letters: The Secret Weapon of Israel Is the Spirit of All Her People." New York Post, (Oct. 17), 23.
  • 1948. "Truce of Attrition: Palestine Cease-Fire Calculated to Save Arabs From Complete Defeat." New York Post, (Oct. 26), 23, 36.
  • 1948. "The Seven-Day War: The Egyptians Are Weak With the Sword but Strong With Their Mouth." New York Post, (Oct. 31), 25.
  • 1948. "A Magician's Trick: Britain's Cadogan Pulls 2 Rabbits From His Hat And His Claque Insists They're Real." New York Post, (Nov. 15),
  • 1948. "Genocide at Cyprus. New York Post, (Nov. 26), 41.
  • 1948. "The Arab Refugees: The Invaders Get International Help That May Be Converted Into Mil-tary Aid." New York Post, (Nov. 30), 25, 44.
  • 1948. "The Promised Land Fulfills Its Promise: By Sea and by Air Thousands of the Children of Israel Come Home." New York Post, (Dec. 10), 41.
  • 1948. "One Against Seven: This Time David Is Victor Over Seven Goliaths." New York Post, (Dec. 28).
  • 1949. "If You Prefer Arms Be Ready for Defeat: Arabs Chose to Fight; Can They Write Off a Licking?" New York Post , (Jan. 2).
  • 1949. "The Flying Carpet." Daily Compass, 1, 1 (May 16), 17.
  • 1949. "Tangier and Jerusalem" Daily Compass , (May 19), 13.
  • 1949. "Tribute to Esther Cailingold: On the anniversary of the fall of the Old City of Jerusalem. Daily Compass, (June 8), 13, 21.
  • 1949. "The Gilded Carriage of Queen Victoria." Daily Compass, (June 15), 13.
  • 1949. "Dean Acheson's Promise." Daily Compass, (June 23), 13.
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