Lewis M Greenberg is Professor Emeritus of Ancient and Oriental Art history at the Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia. He was Associate Editor of the journal Pensée, and Editor-in-Chief of Kronos for 13 years; he contributed material to both publications as well as to Science, Astronomy, Biblical Archaeology Review, SIS Review, Aeon, The Velikovskian, and Kronos.
He is also currently the Executive Director of Cosmos and Chronos, and since 2008, has been an Adjunct professor at Florida Atlantic University. Prof. Greenberg has also served on the editorial boards of Aeon, The Velikovskian, and as an editorial consultant for Chronology and Catastrophism Review.
Editor of Kronos
“The daily running of Kronos was an international operation with an international staff, existing in pre-pc and pre-fax days. ..
“What only a select few know, and I shall now reveal, is that I was not only Editor-in-Chief of Kronos, but its subscription & renewals dept., its billing dept., and bookkeeping dept., among other things. I was also one of the major fund raisers, contributing profits from my editing of Kronos’ book publications directly back to the journal. All this, while being a full-time College Professor and dealing with a multiplicity of dramatis personae of the Velikovsky movement ranging from Velikovsky himself to a host of others.
“Ultimately, Kronos was weakened not “by its top-heavy reliance upon Velikovsky’s case”, .. but by the sheer exhaustion of doing the job for thirteen continuous years and allowing the journal to be marketed for a ridiculously low price. Some subscribers who objected to our $20.00 per annum subscription price thought nothing of plunking down six times that amount, sight unseen, for later publications. So much for human nature.”Lewis M. Greenberg, “Discussion: Of Ponderosas and Heinekens”, Aeon III:2 (May 1993)
- Professor Lewis M.Greenberg, Let There Be Darkness: The Reign Of The Swastika, Kronos Press, Hard cover, 108 pages, fully illustrated. ISBN 0-917994-14-0; co-author of An Introduction to Ancient Art & Architecture, Villanova Univ. Press, 1966.
- Astral Kingship, Aeon vol.3 No.2, May 1993
- The Lord Of Light, Aeon vol.3 No.4, Dec 1993
- Thanatos and Anastasis, Aeon vol.3 No.4, Dec 1993
- Let There Be Darkness: An Archetypal Analysis of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich, Aeon vol.4 No.3, Dec 1995
- In Memoriam: Roger Williams Wescott, Aeon vol.6 No.1, Feb 2001
- Citing the Work of Others: A Critique, Aeon vol.6 No.6, Oct 2005
- Phobia, Amnesia, and the Psyche, Kronos vol.1 No.1, Spring 1975
- Cosmology And Psychology, with Warner B. Sizemore, Kronos vol.1 No.1, Spring 1975
- Theomachy in the Theater: on the Fringes of the Collective Amnesia, with John V. Myers, Kronos vol.1 No.2, Summer 1975
- A Note on the Term “Hyksos”, Kronos vol.1 No.2, Summer 1975
- Saturn And Genesis, with Warner B. Sizemore, Kronos vol.1 No.3, Fall 1975
- From Microcosm to Macrocosm: The Fearful Symmetry of Catastrophism, with Warner B. Sizemore, Kronos vol.1 No.2, Summer 1975
- A Note on the “Land of Punt”, with Ralph E. Juergens, Kronos vol.1 No.2, Summer 1975
- Cataclysmic Evolution, Kronos vol.1 No.4, Winter 1976
- Peoples of the Sea: An Art Historical Perspective…, Kronos vol.2 No.4, Summer 1977
- Astronomy and Chronology: An Assessment, Kronos vol.2 No.4, Summer 1977
- Sagan’s Folly Part 1, Kronos vol.3 No.2, Winter 1977
- The Venus “Greenhouse Theory” — Debunked, Kronos vol.3 No.2, Winter 1977
- Asimov in Confusion, Kronos III:2, Winter 1977
- Jerusalem — City of Venus, with Warner B. Sizemore, Kronos vol.3 No.3, Spring 1978
- It’s 1950 Yesterday, Kronos vol.3 No.4, Summer 1978
- Velikovsky and Venus: A Preliminary Report on the Pioneer Probes, Kronos vol.4 No.4, Summer 1979
- On Sothic Dating: Some Preliminary Remarks, Kronos vol.6 No.1, Fall 1980
- Venus’s Internal Heat, with C. Leroy Ellenberger, Kronos vol.6 No.2, Winter 1981
- Jerusalem – City of Saturn, Kronos vol.10 No.2, Winter 1985
- Thera Revisited: A Final Rejoinder, Kronos vol.12 No.3, Spring 1978
- To everything there is a season, Kronos vol.12 No.3, Spring 1978
Pensée Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered
- Akhnaten, Aten, and Venus Reconsidered, Pensée Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered #1, May, 1972
- The Papyrus Ipuwer, Pensée Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered #3 Winter 1973
- The Lion Gate at Mycenae, Pensée Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered #3, Winter 1973
- Hittites And Their Skulls, Pensée Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered #5, Fall 1973
- “Oedipus and Akhnaton” and the use of Evidence in “Worlds in Collision”, Pensée Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered #5, Fall 1973
- Atlantis, Pensée Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered #6, Winter 1973/4
- ‘Peoples of the Sea’: An Art Historical Perspective, SIS Review v2 No.1, Autumn 1977.
- The Lion Gate At Mycenae Revisited, SIS Review 2003
- Ramesses II And Greek Archaic Sculpture, SIS Review 2003
- Pseudoscholars and Pseudoscience, Velikovskian vol. 5 No. 3, 2002
- Let There be Darkness: The Reign of the Swastika by Lewis M. Greenberg, reviewed by Ken Moss, Aeon vol.5 No. 2, Apr 1998
- Professor Lewis M Greenberg on Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky, Orbit Radio, 27 Nov 2006
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