This archive is being maintained by a team of historians
to ensure the integrity and preservation of Immanuel Velikovskys
unpublished writings; it is strictly non-profit and its
sole purpose is the advancement of education and scholarship.
We welcome your comments:
Days and Years, an autobiography giving an account
life from the earliest years until 1958.
the Day Breaks, the story of Velikovskys discussions
with Einstein on the role of electromagnetism in the universe.
the Beginning, the story of the catastrophes that preceded
those described in Worlds in Collision.
Dark Age of Greece, a critical examination of the mysterious
gap of close to five centuries thought to follow the Mycenaean
Assyrian Conquest, a volume in the Ages
series, covering the period from the end of the Amarna Period
to the time of Ramses II.
Essays, comprising articles and fragmentary manuscripts
such as Shamir, The Secret of Baalbek, Sinai
and Olympus, Test of Time, The Orbit and the
Psychoanalytic Papers from the years between the two world
wars when Velikovsky was a practicing psychoanalyst.
selections from Velikovskys scholarly correspondence spanning
more than fifty years.
More Federn correspondence from 1957-58
including an audio recording of Velikovskys
talk at Eastern Baptist College in Wayne, Pennsylvania and transcripts
from the 1974 AAAS Symposium.
Bonds of the Past, a film by Henry
Zemel, available for viewing in either Windows
Media Player format or RealPlayer