These Timelines are a detailed look at the time and the influence of Cycles. Significant events of the decade are analyzed through Twelve categories that serve as a kaleidoscopic lens through time, (see the clickable links above), as well as the position of Cycles at the time, (see the clickable folder links in the upper left corner). You can read and link up and down vertically through this Timeline, or, you can go any Category and link horizontally to the same Category in other Timelines (links are provided at the head of each Category). This cross linking is designed to provide a fast and easy way to make reading fun and interesting.
See the Introduction for information on how to navigate thourgh this history Introduction to Part II.
Note to readers: Work from the Kala-Rhythm archives is being offered here in the Timelines for the first time. We are allowing a view into the Timelines now by posting both the finished and the unfinished pages of the Timelines as editing from our references continues. Unfinished pages (like this one) contain raw data from history sources to which we give credit in our "biblio/webography". Check back for updates to this and other pages.
XXX MAIN INTRODUCTION
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The Mayan City of El Pilar, in modern day Belize, was built in 450 BC near the peak of the Physical Cycle.
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A shipwreck discovered off the coast off the coast of Antikythera in 1901. On it was a complex machine dated back to the 1st century BC. It contain complex gear wheels that make it working modeal of our skys as a planetarium.
The Parthenon was built using the golden mean ration, or the phi ratio. It was also designed with optical illusions that give it the appearance of geometric perfection through a proces known as entasis.
Archimedes discovered the principles of mechanics, such as a the fulcrum & lever and the Archemedes screw. He may have built the first planetarium.
In the 6th century BC the Tyrant of Corinth built a Periander of the Diolkos instead of a canal and it remained in operation for 1,300 years.
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Asclepius was the ancient god of healing and almost every town in the Ionian region and Greece of the 5th century BC had Ascleptiate Sanctuary dedicated to the healt of its citizens with prayer and clean health practices. One example is the reknowned healing center at Epidsurus. These became hich is the forerunners to the modern health spa.
The ancient Greeks of the 5th century BC believed that acting out your emotions in theater had a healing effect and the theater of Epidaurus called on the healing powers of the mind. This theater has acoustics that work so well it is mathematical feat of engineering and design.
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Miletus because the birthplace of modern science & technology.
Thales became the first person in recorded history to predict an eclipse, he predicted a particulary good olive harvest in advance, and he became the father of geometry.
On the island of Samos, in ancient town of Tignai, now known as Pythoria, The EupEupalian. tunnel was dug through a mountain from two sides that successfully met in the middle about 522 BC in a feat of engineerin.
Pythagoras discovered a correlation to the interval of a musical note and the length of a plucked string and that harmony is in the underlying principles of everyday life.
By the end of the millenium the Chinese developed porcelain.
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In the 2nd century BC the Chinese developed a method for making paper.
In the 2nd century BC the Chinese produced steel using cast iron furnaces with double action billows.
By the 4th century BC the Chinese invented the magnetic compass using lodestone.