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Human
Ethology
A study of the evolution of organic life - by Gerd Ney
2013
Epilogue
It took the author many years to establish these thoughts. It started modestly by observing that physical and
psychological events and expressions appeared not to be coincidence or implanted by the outside but are triggered by
inner mechanisms. A number of circumstances helped to formulate these thoughts. Without modern sciences, without
computerization and use of specific software and without the Internet and last but not least the cultural atmosphere to
answer questions about mankind’s destiny, it would not have been possible to collate all information and millions of data.
Grateful is the author for contributions of Clemens Ney, who created the software to average archetypal valuations in
converted time scales and Dr Iwan Diehl for advising about the scientific approach. The Astrological Faculty in Oxford
taught the principle of archetypes and universal time applications. Especially many classical and modern authors whose
writings were inspiring and eye openers for further conclusions. It was not always an easy way: errors and deviations
made it looking like a Sisyphus task at times.
The author is not a natural scientist and this reflects his language. Some scientific points may be overtaken now or in
future by new research. Some scientific facts may have been misrepresented unintentionally. The purpose of this writing
is ultimately the formulated message and not the spread of updated scientific knowledge. Instead, awareness should be
raised about us as organic particles in the wide Universe.
It could be said, in order to prove the contents of this writing, it needs a larger number of tested people. In a wider sense
this is not true. These tests over many years and with multiple scopes and millions of data are sufficient by themselves.
Of course, it would be good to have more test results, but this would mean to open each time a parallel entity with certain
similar foundations but also different outlooks and sensitivities.
This website publication shows only the fascinating results of this research; it begins with the principle foundation and
accompanying circumstances, preconditions, elements and dimensions which are contributing to our patterns of life and
most important, it gives an answer to our destiny after death. It doesn’t cover detailed elucidations of calculations and
values, and especially time conversions and time/matter combinations as a basis to reading the genome of our biological
cell ancestors: it would take some hundred pages and may not be appropriate for website publication. It needs also
additional time to work it out to present it in a professional manner.
The Author:
Northeast European Lutheran - protestantic culture and family background of
engineering, clergy and farming as well as political life circumstances formed his very own
pattern. He is glad for the reactions of readers; but in any case, he is convinced it leaves
some food for thought.
Gerd Ney’s e-mail: gerd@humanethology.org.uk
May 2013