Dr. Victor Rebrik
New theory of the geological history of Earth
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Древнеегипетская магия и медицина
The history of the world civilisation.
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Part 2, vol. 1
Part 2, vol. 2
Part 3, vol. 1.
Part 3, vol. 2.
The volume is dedicated to the memory of the Russian orientalist I.M.
In the introduction to vol. 1 the author explains his new conception of
the world history.
The world history
is divided into two parts - the primitive society and the civilisation
history, only the second has some strictly defined development. The history
of civilisation is divided into 21 period (250 years each), beginning
from 3050 B.C.E. The author has discovered the historic cycle of 2250
years, which is divided into nine periods 250 years each, the periods
are distributed in the relation 4: 5 (1000: 1250 years), which forms "antiquity"
and "middle ages" of each cycle. The "retardation law",
according to which the civilisation begins in the New World 3000 years
later, as in the Old World, gives the possibility of true consideration
of the history of pre-columbian civilisations, which were at the niveau
of the ancient oriental civilisations. The four social-economic formations
(early class, slaveowners', feudal and capitalist) are considered by the
author, they are not the cause, but the consequence of the historic development.
The history develops in the spiritual sphere as well, the true aim of
history is the returning of the humankind to the Absolut.
Then the author gives a brief outline of the precivilisation (in Egypt,
Mesopotamia, Mesoamerica and Southern America), which corresponds to the
late stone age.
The first volume is dedicated to the first cycle of the history, which
is called "archaic" and roughly corresponds to the Bronze Age
(in the Old World). The formation is early class (not slaveowners').
The first part of the first volume is dedicated to the early archaic (Early
Bronze Age) history. The civilisations of the Old World (Egyptian, Mesopotamian,
Elam and Indus valley) are compared with the civilisations of Mesoamerica
(according to the retardation law). The simultaneous development of the
civilisations in each of the periods is considered, the progress of the
world civilisation in each period is stressed.
The second part of the first volume is dedicated to the late archaic (Middle
Bronze Age) and postarchaic (Late Bronze Age) history. In the late archaic
(5 and 6 periods of the first cycle) there is still possible a comparison
with the New World civilisations (including the isle of the Easter). The
postarchaic (7th till 9th periods) is different.This stage of development
was not reached by the New World civilisations, because of the European
conquest they come immediately to the 3rd cycle (new history). Here the
comparison is possible only between the civilisations of the Old World:
the "old" civilisations, the "intermediary" (e.g.
Hethitic and Ugarit) and the "new" civilisations (Greek, Jewish,
Indian and Chinese), which begin their development at this time. In the
postarchaic the "old" civilisations (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Elam)
are still in the vanguard of the historical development, the "intermediary"
disappear at the end of the cycle ("dark ages").
From Adam to Saddam. The history of the world civilisation.
Vol. 2.Part 1.
The volume is dedicated to the memory of the Russian classical philologist
The first part of tthe second volume is dedicated to the "antiquity"
(first part of the second cycle), which includes 10th till 13th periods
(800 B.C.E.-200 C.E.) and exists only in the Old World. It corresponds
to the Iron Age, the formation is slaveowners'. 5 main "new"
civilisations (Greek, Jewish, Iranian, Indian and Chinese) coexist with
the "old" civilisations (Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Elam). The
development of the new civilisations (main and secondary) and of the old
civilisations is considered parallel in each period, a special attention
is given to the contacts between the civilisations. The end of the antiquity
comes, according to the author, already at the beginning of the 3rd century
C.E. because of the crisis of 4 great empires, dividing the world-Roman,
Parthian, Kushan and Han.
Then the brief outline of the medieval (second part of the second cycle,
periods 14 till 18) and the new history (1st part of the 3rd cycle, periods
19 till the beginning of 21) is given. The strict mathematic order of
the history gives also possibility to predict the future development until
the end of the present third cycle (3700).