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History and its Rules

By Kostov, Vladimir, Petrov, Ph.D.

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Title: History and its Rules  
Author: Kostov, Vladimir, Petrov, Ph.D.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Auxiliary Sciences of History, History
Collections: Authors Community, History
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Publisher: Lambert Academic Publishing
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Astrological aspects (conjunctions, oppositions, trines, squares, sextiles) between dates of two historical events explain their similar or opposite character. This is illustrated by the example of the Munich Conference (1938) and the birth dates of its participants. Historical repetitions connected with the 60 years period of the Chinese horoscope are considered (Russia annexed Crimea in 2014, 60 years after the peninsula was given to Ukraine by order of Khrushchev). The half-period of 30 years is connected with couples of events combining analogy with contrast (e.g. the Sepoy uprising of 1857 and India's independence of 1947=1857+90). The chronology of the conflicts in the spheres of direct geopolitical influence of Germany, Serbia, Iraq, China and Russia is examined as a continuation of the comparative study of these spheres performed in V. P. Kostov, "The Rules of History". Other regions are also compared historically and geographically - South Europe, Georgia, South America, Spain and Mexico. Repetition of historical events or their analogy is often accompanied by high correlations between names of participants or places of battles (e.g. the Boer War and the Boxers' Revolt).

The book contains linguistic, geographical and historical coincidences and discusses historical repetition in the context of the Chinese horoscope and parallel historical events.

Definition. Suppose that two words contain respectively m and n letters, where n is greater than or equal to m. Suppose that they have exactly p letters in common counted with the possible repetitions. Then the correlation between the two words is equal to p/m. For instance, the correlation between the words « Italy » and « Sicily » is 3/5 (one has m=5, n=6 and p=3). The one between the words « Aix » and « Paris » is 2/3 (m=3, n=5, p=2). In any case the correlation remains a purely formally defined quantity. When the resemblance between two words is discussed one takes into account also the fact whether the first letters (eventually the first vowels) are the same and/or whether the letters in common are in the same order. Then comes the delicate question about spelling and pronunciation. This might raise the question whether the letters « s » and « ç » should be distinguished or not. But let's illustrate first the notions of correlation and resemblance by some examples. The resemblance between the names of (Aimé-Joseph) Darnand, head of the French Militia during the German occupation in World War II, and of the admiral (Jean Louis Xavier François) Darlan, commander of the army, navy and air force during the same period, is evident – except the correlation of 5/6, their first three letters are the same and the order of the letters in common is also the same. These are the names of two men having commanded military or paramilitary forces and who have remained known for their collaboration with the Nazi regime. This collaboration was the reason why they have lost their lives – Darnand has been sentenced to death by the Supreme Court of Justice on October 3rd 1945 and executed a week later while Darlan has been shot by the royalist student Bonnier de la Chapelle. The last names of (Tadeusz Andrzej Bonawentura) Kosciuszko and (Lajos) Kossuth begin with the same first three letters and have a correlation of 5/7. These are names of persons having led a rebellion – Kosciuszko was heading the resistance of 1792 against the Russian occupation of Poland (which was to be partitioned again in 1793) while Kossuth was President of the Defence Committee of Hungary during the revolution of 1848-1849 and was having the power of a dictator. Kosciuszko had also such power in 1794, when he was commander-in-chief of the Polish insurgents. He had participated in the American War of Independence (1775-1783) and later contributed to the founding of West Point becoming a brigade general and honorable citizen of the USA. Kossuth has also spent some time in the USA and received the honour to be the second foreigner after Lafayette to have delivered a speach at the National Statuary Hall. He also considered Russia as enemy (after its intervention in 1849 against the Hungarian insurgents), this is why he has tried to stimulate the anti-Russian feelings in England before the Crimean War.

Table of Contents
Preface. Chapter 1. The Chinese horoscope and parallel events. Chapter 2. Comparison between five geographic regions. Names of persons and places of battles. Appendix 1. Beginnings and ends of the years according to the Chinese horoscope. Appendix 2. The Cyrillic alphabet.


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