Sunspot Theory part 1

Professor Alexander L. Chizhevsky

Professor Alexander L. Chizhevsky (1897-1964) was son of an Army General born in Poland he studied relationships between cosmological variables such as the Solar Cycle and human health and behavior including propensity to fighting wars. Chizhevsky used historical research techniques to link Sun Spots and the 11-year Solar Cycle , its effect on Earth’s climate, and on human activity, diseases, epidemics & natural disasters.Chizhevsky research proved that not only did geomagnetic storms resulting from Sunspot-related Solar flares affect electrical usage, plane crashes, epidemics and grasshopper infestations, but human mental life and activity. Increased negative ionization of the atmosphere increased human mass excitability.

“Life is a phenomenon. Its production is due to the influence of the dynamics of the cosmos on a passive subject. It lives due to dynamics; each oscillation of organic pulsation is coordinated with the cosmic heart in a grandiose whole of nebulas, stars, the sun and the planet.” – Alexander L Chizhevsky Chizhevsky’s

Research work showed that human history is influenced by the eleven-year peaks in sunspot activity, triggering humans en masse to act upon existing grievances and complaints through revolts, revolutions, civil wars and wars between nations. , comparing them to riots, revolutions, battles and war in Russia and seventy-one other countries for the period 500 BCE to 1922 CE. He found that a significant percent of what he classified as the most important historical events involving large numbers of people occurred around sunspot maximum. The political leadership of the time wanted Chizhevsky to retract his writings on solar cycles, as it did not match with their illusionary political theory; he spent many years in isolation. The 25th Cycle, 11 years, started in end of 2019 to 2030, next Sun Spot Maximum is in 1924-25.
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