When the Sky Rained Fire

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When the Sky Rained Fire: The Velikovsky Phenomenon is an article by Fred Warshofsky appearing in the December 1975 (USA issue) and January 1976 pp.143-157 (UK issue) of Reader’s Digest,[1]Fred Warshofsky , “When the Sky Rained Fire: The Velikovsky Phenomenon”, Reader’s Digest, December 1975 (USA edition), January 1976 pp.143-157 (UK Edition) which the SIS Review describes as:

“.. a masterly (if colourfully introduced) condensation – to around 4,500 words – of Velikovsky’s major works, along with the furore they aroused and the latest claimed confirmations, and makes a good introduction to the study of his theories.”[2]”Focus”, SIS Review, Vol 1 No 1 (Jan 1976)

Article Sections:

  • Introduction
  • Cosmic Catastrophe
  • Fire and Flood
  • Hard Evidence
  • Martian Threat
  • Clues to Catastrophe
  • The Velikovsky “Phenomenon”

Selected bibliography

  • Fred Warshofsky, Doomsday: The Science of Catastrophe, Reader’s Digest Press, 1977; Pocket Books, N. Y., 1979, 260 pp. $2.25

References   [ + ]

1. Fred Warshofsky , “When the Sky Rained Fire: The Velikovsky Phenomenon”, Reader’s Digest, December 1975 (USA edition), January 1976 pp.143-157 (UK Edition)
2. ”Focus”, SIS Review, Vol 1 No 1 (Jan 1976)