The story so far.
A review of empires and civilisations performed by J. H. L. Lawler revealed a cyclical pattern of disruption occurring every 700 years with “a complete collapse of civilization each 1400 years”.
There is a pattern of the rise an fall of empires, of whole civilizations, which happens with approximately a 700-year repeat cycle. The cycles alternate with monolithic empires followed by fragmentary empires. There is a complete collapse of civilization each 1400 years, so this could be called a 1400-year cycle. But all major empires rise and collapse every 700 years in synchronism.
Patterns for Prediction of Future Events – J. H. L. Lawler – August 1990
This disastrous natural cycle is an anathema for Anaemic Academics and Machiavellian Monks because it destroys the Gradualist Gloss applied to their lacklustre labours.
Therefore, it’s no surprise Gunnar Heinsohn discovered these Mendacious Ministries had applied a Gradualist Gloss covering 700 phantom years in the 1st millennium.
Working backwards through the mainstream historical narrative we arrive at The Heinsohn Horizon in the 930s where the mainstream narrative falls into The Academic Abyss and degenerates into fiction, fantasy and fabrication for a period of 700 [phantom] years.
The Heinsohn Horizon: The Academic Abyss
Identifying exactly what these cyclical “events” [that disrupt “empires and civilisations”] are is a challenge because they’re hidden under the Gradualist Gloss in mainstream narratives.
However, the mainstream literature is peppered with clues.
Perhaps the biggest clue is the [roughly] 1,350 cycle found in a number of climate studies.
The quasi-periodicity on the millennial scale of historical temperature changes in China is identified by both the temperature change series derived from historical documents and the cold/warm change derived from natural proxy data.
The lagged auto-correlation coefficients of the temperature change series derived from historical documents are the highest at the lagged time around 1350 a (e. g. 1300 ~ 1380 a), which implies that the periodicity of temperature change on the millennial scale should be 1350 a approximately.
Quasi-periodicity of Temperature Changes on the Millennial Scale
Ge Quansheng, Fang Xiuqi, Zheng Jingyun
Progress in Natural Science – Vol 13 – No 8 – August 2003
For more examples see: https://malagabay.wordpress.com/2013/01/09/solar-system-holocene-lawler-events/
This cyclical climate clue of around 1,350 years implies a half-cycle of about 675 years.
The Greenland GISP2 Ice Core chronology of Mayewski et al suggests this half-cycle is about 694 years based upon the extraordinary “excess chloride” events they found.
Excess chloride periodicities do not, however, appear to reflect just H2SO4-induced volatilization of HCl as was suggested from a comparison of their trends but perhaps also reflect marine chloride produced under other conditions conducive to fractionation of sea-salt aerosols (e.g., evaporation, decrease in storminess).
Greenland Ice Sore “Signal” Characteristics: An Expanded View of Climate Change
P. A. Mayewski, L. D. Meeker, M. C. Morrison, M. S. Twickler, S. I. Whitlow, K. K. Ferland, D. A. Meese, M. R. Legrand, J. P. Steffensen
Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol 98, No D7 : 12,839-12,847, 20 July 1993
The data from Voyager 1 suggests the Solar System has a rotational period of around 1,350 years with a half-cycle of about 675 years.
At a distance of about 122 AU (1.83×1010 km) as of September 2012, it is the furthest manmade object from Earth.
Voyager 1 is now in the heliosheath, which is the outermost layer of the heliosphere.
On June 15, 2012, NASA scientists reported that Voyager 1 may be very close to entering interstellar space and becoming the first manmade object to leave the Solar System.
Therefore, it’s possible that these disruptive Lawler Events are triggered by some form of Cosmic Conjunction associated with the rotation of the Solar System.
There are other Cosmic Clues that point in this direction.
Firstly, R. R. Newton observed that his assembled data “shows strongly” that the Earth-Moon system experienced “a ‘square wave’ in the accelerations that lasted from about 700–1300”.
Evidence that does not involve any assumptions about the present values shows strongly that there was a ‘square wave’ in the accelerations that lasted from about 700–1300, and that the accelerations were different by a factor of perhaps 5 during the time of this wave from what they were at neighboring times.
Astronomical Evidence Concerning Non-Gravitational Forces In The Earth-Moon System – R. R. Newton Astrophysics and Space Science – May 1972, Volume 16, Issue 2
Secondly, Leona Libby’s Old Japanese Cedar suggests the Solar System has experienced several square wave accelerations in the last 2,000 years.
Following this trail of Cosmic Clues suggests it might be worthwhile reviewing the Solar System in its wider context that [we are told] includes “our” galaxy the Milky Way.
The Milky Way is the galaxy that contains our Solar System.
And this is where the fun and games really begins… To be continued.