Blog: Cosmic Chi Pressure Calendars
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Using the cosmic chi pressure calendar

Explains how to interpret cosmic chi pressure calendars

Date:   12/28/2012 5:26:40 AM   ( 10 y ) ... viewed 2003 times

A cosmic timeline showing all of the intricacies of the multitudinous different types of interactions of cosmic bodies with potential for physiological impact is a complex entity, changing from one moment to the next and from day to day, based upon the rotational motion of the earth and the relative positions of cosmic bodies in their geocentric lunar or heliocentric planetary orbits.

There is one particular effect, however, that stands out from amongst the others -- something that affects everyone, everywhere on the planet. These are events that can cause continuous (24-hour) yin-type chi pressure days as shown on the following calendar. A kinesiology hand grip will be much harder to compress on these days for the entire day rather than just for interspersed intervals throughout the day. This reduced muscle strength is indicative of lower ambient blood thiamine levels, something that can impact all of the body's physiology, including but not limited to the immune system, unless something proactive is done to compensate. Remarkably, something as simple as placing your other hand over the crown of your head while you compress the hand grip will make it easier to squeeze once again (try it for yourself!). The impact of cosmic chi pressure can be controlled...

• See "Cosmic Chi Pressure Roller Coaster"

• See "Cosmic Rise/Set Chi Pressure Blips"

• See "Cosmic Chi Winter-Times"

• See "Rebalancing Chi Respiration"


Sun (x) Mercury (h) Venus (v) Earth (e) Moon (l) Mars (m) Jupiter (j) Saturn (s) Uranus (u) Neptune (n)

It might not take long for an astronomer to realize that the entries on this calendar correspond to the geocentric (earth-centered) times of opposition alignment of solar system bodies with the earth. This creates a cosmic timeline event called a "seesaw" [1] where one cosmic body is above the horizon at roughly the same angle as the other body is below the horizon. This type of alignment is capable of creating continuous yin-inducing cosmic chi pressure for extended periods of time. The full moon (sun on one side of the earth, moon on the other) is just a specific instance of this general class of geocentric opposition alignments.

The events are shown on the calendar as entries such as e:x+j indicating that the earth-centered (e:) geocentric alignment of the Sun (x) and Jupiter (j) is within an angular threshold sufficient to create continuous yin-type cosmic chi pressure for the duration of the day. Ongoing alignments are indicated by a repetition of the entry for each of the days affected. On the day when an exact geocentric pass of the two aligning bodies occurs, the plus sign (+) is changed to a tilde (~), e.g. (e:x~j).

Can you find the days corresponding to the full moon effect on this calendar?

Note that some alignments pack a greater impact in terms of duration than others depending upon their size and relative angular velocity. The geocentric gas giant alignment with the earth between Sun and Jupiter can create continuous chi pressure for more than a week. Most lunar events, other than the full moon, last for a single day. Slower moving gas giant events can extend for years at a time. On days with multiple entries, the overall cosmic chi pressure effect will be greater than any of the individual events in isolation. This is particularly noticeable on full moon days when other bodies are also involved.

On days which are shown as blank, cosmic chi pressure effects still occur but come and go during the day. The natural ebb and flow of chi respiration is not under so much duress on these days. The duration of "seesaw" effects for slow moving alignments gradually increases prior to and decreases subsequent to the days shown. Their impact may still be felt on "blank" days for several hours at a time but not for the entire 24-hour period.

Since the motions of cosmic bodies such as the moon and planets are well known, these cosmic chi pressure days can be mapped out in advance. The remaining entries in this blog provide a month-by-month perspective for quick reference to this particular effect. Calendars here [4] are computed using geocentric alignment data for UTC+0, standard time. Since the moon moves relatively quickly, lunar events may shift by up to a day in other time zones. For a slightly more accurate calendar tailored to your specific locale and time zone using topocentric angular separation data, utilize the online application:

• Cosmic Continuous Chi Pressure Calendar Generator

Events shown on the personalized calendar in parentheses, e.g. (e:l+x), are encroaching/receding events, significant enough to be noted but not an all-day effect.

Specifically watch for any alignments involving Uranus (u). Uranus, with its rotational axis near the ecliptic plane, emits particularly mutagenic energy [3]. New viruses usually appear during or shortly after such alignments, e.g. 2013-08-26 e:v~u and 2013-12-25 e:m~u. Even the more frequent lunar events involving Uranus can produce short bursts of viral activity, e.g. 2013-01-04 e:l~u and 2013-01-31 e:l~u.

[Full moon effect answer: 2012-12-27 e:l+x, 2012-12-28 e:l~x, 2012-12-29 e:l+x]

[1] "Chi Weather" in "Astrophysiology… and Yeast", 2011.

[2] "Geocentric Opposition Tables", "Bad Hair Day Tables", "Lunar Geocentric Opposition Time Zone Table", Ibid.

[3] "Uranus Goes Viral", Ibid.

[4] Cosmic chi pressure calendars:

• 2013 Year-at-a-glance

• 2013-01

• 2013-02

• 2013-03

• 2013-04

• 2013-05

• 2013-06

• 2013-07

• 2013-08

• 2013-09

• 2013-10

• 2013-11

• 2013-12

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