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6. THEOSOPHY

Level C

Synopsis of concepts pertaining to:
Solar cycles
Egyptian artefacts
Non-linearity of Time

Rus  ВРЕМЯ      

En      TIME      

7. ATS IN THE ARTEFACTS OF EGYPT

Level C

The Great Pyramid
The Great Sphinx
The King's Chamber
The Ankh

2. TIME AS PERIODS

Level B

Natural and social periods of the Earth
Solar System periods
Extra-Solar System correlation
Music of Spheres
ATS in Olympus

1. ATS 

Level A

The Golden Section
The Fibonacci series
Average Solar cycle length
The Auric Time Scale

3. EVOLUTIONAL TIME

Level B

Time benchmarks of the History
Mayan Calendar
2000 yr census of China
Most prominent cataclysms
Crucial spiritual epochs

4. REGULAR MODEL OF SOLAR CYCLES

The Golden Section distribution of the Solar energy emission centres

8. SOLAR ZODIAC

Level D

Orientation of the Earth
The Age we enter
Verification

5.  A.L. TCHIJEVSKY

Level D

Solar activity and Social life
Biography

9. COMETS

Level D

Factors of influence
Statistics of manifestation
Correlation with Solar activity


  The materials of this site present an interdisciplinary, but integral approach to the analysis of the concept of Time which, in its various aspects, reflects the synchronism between the Space and Terrestrial phenomena periods and epochs.
  From this point of view it may be considered as astrology in a broad sense. At the same time, this synchronism is studied on the basis of mathematical methods and modern knowledge in natural sciences and, when possible, verified statistically.
  Alongside, the obtained results are systematically correlated with the Theosophical concepts and artefacts of Egypt and Maya, both conceptual and material.
  Dominantly, this site contains the studies of its author; the relative articles and sites are given in the references. The main idea of this site is to collect the works pertaining to its subject in one place and, due to a multilinked nature of the considered system of concepts, to provide them with an explanatory guide.

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