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Human
Ethology
A study of the evolution of organic life - by Gerd Ney
2013
unshelled bodies of cells are difficult to locate. The Earth was at this point only 3 - 500 hundred million years old and a
concentration of fiery matter and surely not a good birth place for organic life. It could well be assumed that biological
cells are a similar or the same age as our Universe since the Big Bang and this would be 13.82 billion years. This is
because it appears a number of elementary patterns of our life have been created a long time before the solar system
came into existence.
With this research it is possible to reflect similarly to the pregnancy in a fast track the development of the single cell
organism to the creation of the multicellular organism, from the ‘waking up’ of the predecessor of the Eukaryote cell to the
basically very aggressive sexual encounter of conception. This is what the cell has registered and is possible to decipher,
but it is a truly breathtaking walk into a deep cage of history.
How is it possible to find the precise time of conception– down to the hour and the minute - because here starts
everything and at the same time such precise time is required to calculate the prehistoric basis of the code accurately.
This begins with the chapter “Human Ethology: Differences in body weight” explaining the connection between conception
and body weight with regard to the female ovum. This at hand one is able to have a rough idea about the time of
conception, varying between 1- 2 days.
In order to find the hour and even the minute of the conceptual event one needs to each for very elementary patterns
of the individual personality. These basic elementary patterns are hidden between the mists of every day events and not
easily recognizable.
Therefore the test person has to register daily 12 set of observations about characteristics and mental state for a number
of years. Other measures are heartbeat, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, colour sensitivity and body temperature.
Other fluctuating physical expressions could be measured and tests would be useful, but for such an exercise are needed
more complicated medical appliances and the measures have to be medically supervised.
Once a sufficient number of registrations are available the results are going to be added up and then divided by the
number of registrations in order to average them. As grid is a time scale which is orientated on universal times – sidereal
values - and not synodic earthly times.
Once importance and strength of this theory is officially accepted and this will surely happen, tests can be widened and
deepened in quality and meaningfulness.
This diagram shows averaged and differing systolic blood pressure levels. The data have been taken for six years every day and containing about
16.000 registrations and represents the averaged value of systolic blood pressure during one year. On the left we see the values from 140 to 154
mmHg; on the bottom line we are showing Zodiac signs because we are measuring sidereal time values. This means the year has 360 days and not
365 days. The synodic or earthly time measure would corrupt the test. All vertical pointed lines are representing 3 days of a sidereal year.
This diagram is stable i.e. sudden socially or health originated deviations are not influencing the curves of the diagram. The first thing to be observed
is the curve of remarkable peaks and troughs. The lifestyle of the test person has not changed throughout these six years and nothing can explain
these strong swings. The answer: Peaks and troughs of predecessors of blood pressure are inherited genetically and are reminders of critical periods
in earlier life as single cells. They lead us to expressions and origins of elementary patterns. To calculate the historic events, we need to work with
parallelism of time (Theory of Quantum Mechanics) as well as other tests in our research program. The average systolic blood pressure itself results
from our lifestyle but includes traces of our family genome. In our research we analyse the peaks and troughs only.