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BOOKS

    King, J.K., 2004, The Isis Thesis

a study decoding 870 Ancient Egyptian Signs, 6" x 9",  398 pages, (48 illustrations, 26 matrices, over 300 scientific citations)

Edition:  Perfect Paperback 

  

    King, J.K., 2004, The  Road from Orion        Description and Chapter excerpt

a surreal story supporting the thesis, 6" x 9", 178 pages, (30 ink drawings plus art)

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PUBLISHED PAPERS

Unraveling Mountainway Ceremonials: Is Navajo Eschatological Ritual Another Semiotic Pattern of Ancient Invisible Magic Veiling a Complex Systems-based Information Science?  International Journal for the Humanities Proposal.

 

King, J. K. 2009. Evolution Backward in Time: Crystals, Polyhedra and Observer-Participancy in the Cosmological Models of Peirce, Ancient Egypt and Early China. Presented October 17, 2009, at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, Cincinnati, USA (in press). 

 

King, J. K. 2009. Cosmological Patterns in Ancient Egypt and China: The Way to Unify the Universe through Knowledge, Mind, Energy, and the Beneficence of the Elements. International Journal of the Humanities. 7(2): 151-165.  For a copy of a paper published by the International Journal of the Humanities, access the publisher website: http://ijh.cgpublisher.com

The above paper was a finalist for the Award for International Excellence.

 

King, J.K. 2008.  Cosmic Semiophysics in Ancient Architectual Vision:  The Mountain Temples at Deir el Bahari, the Dead Sea Temple Scroll, and the Hagia Sophia.  International Journal of the Humanities. 6(4): 17-26.  For a copy of a paper published by the International Journal of the Humanities, access the publisher website: http://ijh.cgpublisher.com

 

King, J. K. 2008. The Order of the Harmonious Whole: Peirce’s Guess, Peregrinus’ Magnet, and Pharaoh’s Path. Presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, Houston, October 18, 2008; Published 2009. Semiotics 2008 eds. John Deely and Leonard G. Sbrocchi, 179-190 (New York, Ontario: Legas and Semiotic Society of America).

 

King, J. K. 2007. Self-Portrait in the Pharaoh's Mirror: a Reflection of Ancient Egyptian Knowledge in Teilhard de Chardin’s Evolutionary Biophysics. Presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, New Orleans, October 4-7, 2007; Published 2009. Semiotics 2006/2007 eds. Terry J. Prewitt and Wendy Morgan, 101-115 (New York, Ontario: Legas and Semiotic Society of America).

 

King, J. K. 2007.  From History's Dustbin: A Semiotics of Evolvability Discovered within Man and his Mountain of Transformation. International Journal of the Humanities. 5(5): 113-126.  For a copy of a paper published by the International Journal of the Humanities, access the publisher website: http://ijh.cgpublisher.com

 

King, J. K. 2006Man the Misinterpretant:  Will He Discover the Universal Secret of Sexuality Encoded Within Him? International Journal of the Humanities. 4(9): 1-15.  For a copy of a paper published by the International Journal of the Humanities, access the publisher website: http://ijh.cgpublisher.com

 

King, J. K. 2006.  Biosemiotics in Ancient Egyptian Texts:  the key unlocking the Universal Secret of Sexuality and the Birth of the Limitless.  Presented at the Second International Congress of Young Egyptologists in Lisbon, Portugal on Oct. 25, 2006Published in ACTAS 2009 Proceedings. International Congress for Young Egyptologists, Lisboa 2006. Erotismo e Sexualidade no Antigo Egipto (Erotica, Erotism and Sexuality in Ancient Egypt) eds. Luis Manuel de Araujo and Jose das Candeas Sales. CD-ROM 2009: 281-298. 

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King, J. K. 2005.  Biosemiotics in Ancient Egyptian Texts: the Key to Long-lost Signs found in Myth, Religion, Psychology, Art and Literature. International Journal of the Humanities. 3(7): 189-203.  For a copy of this paper published by the International Journal of the Humanities, access the publisher website: http://ijh.cgpublisher.com

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

ARTICLES

 

King, J.K. 2005.  The Marriage of Religion and Science

 

King, J.K. 2006,  Secret Science Declassified. The Isis Thesis.

 

King, J.K. 2007.  A Perspective:  Horizontal Gene Transfer:  No Dice-just a Virus as Alpha and Omega.  Was Einstein right?

 

 

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