Wars, Revolts Linked to Solar Cycles

As early as 1915, some scientists were beginning to recognize connections between solar activity and human behavior. This work began with Russian scientist Alexander Chizhevsky, who observed that mass changes in human behavior correlated to sunspot cycles.   In the 1930s, Professor Raymond Wheeler, a historian at the University of Kansas, took this observation one step further.  His research afforded numerical rankings to the severity of individual battles correlating to solar cycles.   His data was statistically analyzed by Edward Dewey, who validated the existence of these war cycles.

Upon close examination of the data, a pattern begins to emerge wherein wars are most likely to start in key points of the sunspot cycle. This is when the geomagnetic activity is changing most rapidly on the upsurge of solar activity, or the downward part of the cycle, when sunspots are rapidly diminishing. In addition we can also see how this affects physiological mechanisms, such as altered brain rhythms and abnormal hormonal levels. In other words, wars are a kind of mass psychosis. ‘War Fever’ is real.

Excerpt via The Epoch Times – Science and Environment

The video lists 11 year cycle peaks and their corresponding major war events from 1786 – 2001.

Intro:

In-depth historical studies of the 11 year sunspot cycle, and its effects on human behavior, was conducted by A.L. Tchijevsky, a Russian professor of Astronomy and Biological Physics.

He found an 11.1 year cycle in the number of major battles, riots, migrations, and human excitability in 72 countries going back to 500 B.C

He concluded that 80% of the major events of human drama occurred during the 5 years around maximum in sunspot activity.

“The maximum of human activities in correlation with the maximum of sunspot activity, expresses itself in the following:”

“The dissemination of different doctrines (political, religious, etc.), the spreading of heresies, religious riots, pilgrimages, etc.”

“The appearance of social, military and religious leaders, reformers…”

“The formation of political, military and religious and commercial corporations, associations, unions, leagues, sects, companies, etc….”

US Copyright Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107

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6 thoughts on “Wars, Revolts Linked to Solar Cycles

  1. Oi. This is definitely one of those things that creeps me out. How often do we actually take action of our own accord?

  2. Exactly, but having this awareness is quite beneficial, IMO. I don’t know if you’ve read much about Chizhevsky a.k.a. Tchijevsky,, but he was a brilliant (highly educated) scientist. I found it interesting that in 1942, Stalin became aware of his research and was asked to retract his writings on solar cycles. He refused and was arrested and spent eight years in a forced labor camp.

    Now, if I was a dictator, and/or wanted to control en masse, I don’t think I’d want this info to get out either. There appears to be a definite pattern of behavior. In 1992, a researcher in Animal and Human Physiology (Arcady Putilov) published a paper empirically testing Tchijevsky’s theory and had almost identical results.

    What better time to attempt to implement questionable change (through legislation, for example) then during the lowest period of solar activity, when people appear to be the most apathetic and least likely to revolt or protest.

    • I will read this. And I want you to read this brief blog from my rector to show you why I’m affiliated with this Episcopalian church. This guy has his head on straight. I would not ordinarily send you something from my rector but I think you will find this interesting and perfectly consistent with your political viewpoint….as is the case with me.

      http://lowellsblog.blogspot.com/

      • Thanks for sharing. I have no doubt your pastor is a compassionate man, and sees this scripture as addressing all of humanity. What stood out for me was him using the word ‘neighbor’. I noticed he quoted out of Psalms in the Old Testament, and “neighbor” meant those within the 12 tribes of Israel, believers in Yahweh.

        This becomes quite apparent when you read passages such as Numbers 31, when God commanded Moses to gather an army and murder ‘non-neighbors’, en masse, (men, women and children), steal their property, and divide the ‘spoils’ among themselves, because they didn’t believe in the same god. http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Numbers+31&version=NIV

        I see similar patterns of inhumanity today, and they (such as those mentioned in the blog article) have passages in the Bible to backup their viewpoint. Unfortunately we have no laws in the U.S. (that I’m aware of) that makes it illegal to implement legislation which greatly contributes to poverty. We do have laws that contribute to greed, as Lowell mentioned.

        I appreciate you sharing, and I know your heart is in the right place. As you are aware, I have a hard time using the Bible as the ultimate guide and example for humane, prosocial behavior. I’m sorry to be such a drip.

        “Samaria shall become desolate; for she hath rebelled against her God: they shall fall by the sword: their infants shall be dashed in pieces, and their women with child shall be ripped up.” (Hosea 13:16)

        Happy [shall he be], that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones. (Psalms 137:9)

        New Testament Revelations 19

        vs 15) Coming out of his mouth is a sharp sword with which to strike down the nations. He (Jesus) will rule them with an iron scepter. He (Jesus) treads the winepress of the fury of the wrath of God Almighty.

        vs 21) The rest (unbelievers in Jesus’ daddy) were killed with the sword coming out of the mouth of the rider (Jesus) on the horse, and all the birds gorged themselves on their flesh.

        I wonder if these scriptures, and so many like them, were written during a maximum solar cycle. (wink, wink)

        • Lowell is like me, he does not see the Bible as “the Ultimate Guide” to truth, merely one limited and often misused document that some men and women have used and do use to seek guidance in the mystery of this thing we call life. Thanks for your comments.

          Have a good weekend.

          • It’s good to know he doesn’t see the Bible that way. Others, who don’t know him, would notice how often he quotes the Bible (as in every blog posting), and might think otherwise. I’m not sure why it seems so necessary, considering.

            Thank you for being so gracious. I know I’m a pain in the ass sometimes.

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