Formulas for the 3 curves:                                                                      UP
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 23))
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 28))
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 33))
(2*PI = 360 degrees)

When calculating the «age in days» consider the leap days.

Note:
The (23*28*33) curves repeat again exactly.  21252 days after birth.
This will be at the age of 58 years, 2 month and about 7 days (depending on the position of the leap years and month-length).


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Wilhelm Fliess, M.D.


Wilhelm Fliess, was accumulating a vast amount of research material in order to confirm 23-day and 28-day rhythms he had observed while diagnosing many of his patients. Fliess was a nose and throat specialist, but the breadth of his medical and biological interest was far-reaching. He showed great knowledge in many fields of Science, and records indicate that he was elected president of the Germanie Academy of Sciences in 1910. Fliess enjoyed a large and prosperous practice in Berlin and lectured extensively.

He was anxious to find out why some children, exposed to a contagious disease, would remain immune for days, only to succumb on a periodic day. By tracing illnesses, the outbreak of fevers, and deaths back to birth. Fliess became convinced that a 23-day and a 28-day rhythm was fundamental to life. Fliess recorded his discoveries of 23-day and 28-day rhythms in his book Der Ablauf Des Lebens (The Course of Life),e a 564-page volume with which he expected of arouse the interest of the medical profession, He was disappointed. Reviewers reported that although the work contained a vast amount of mathematical research and statistics, it only confused the reader. A critic conceded: "Fliess shows an astoundingly varied knowledge of medicine, mathematics, genealogy, botany, zoology, astrology, and psychology." Three additional books, containing further documentation and reprints of the lectures Fliess had presented at numerous medical and scientific meetings, were published between l909 and 1925 under the titles Mom Leben und Mom Tod (Of Life andDeath), DasJahrim Lebendigen (The Year in the Living), Zur Periodenlehre (The Theory of Periodicity), a collection of lectures. Fliess was assisted in his research by a mathematician, and subsequently by Hans Schlieper, another medical doctor who produced his own works on the subject of rhythms in life under the titles Der Rhythmus im Leberedigen (Periodicity of Life), and Das Jahr im Raum (The Year in Space).

In his research into rhythmical repetition in life, Fliess also studied inherited characteristics, especially left-handedness which he ascribed to a greater influence of the sensitivity (feminine) rhythm reflecting a higher degree of creative feelings such as is often observed in artists, composers, and writers. He recorded births and deaths in connection with family tree studies and established a mathematical connection in blood re- lationship going back over many generations. Sensing that nature seemed to have given a "clock" to many of her children, Fliess continued exploring the regular patterns affecting all phases of life. He Concluded that the 23-day (masculine) rhythm affected the physical condition of man.  His research led him to reason that a periodic process must affect both man and woman and that these rhythms could be traced throughout life. Believing that each individual inherits both male and female sexual characteristics, he concluded that everyone has elements of bisexuality in his makeup. He also concluded that there was a connection between the rhythms he had observed and evolution, the creation of organisms, and life itself.

The Second Life Rhythm

The second long-term rhythm, this one of 98-day duration, was ascribed by Fliess to the rhythmical changes of the feminine inheritance. Originating in the nervous system or fibers, it influences the emotions and one's degree of sensitivity. Fliess, a thorough researcher, explained his theories with firm conviction and documented them with an impressive collection of statistical data, tracing the origin of the rhythms back to birth. His revelations, to say the least, caused a good deal of Controversy among his colleagues. They accepted the fact that man's physical makeup and his emotions are continually changing; but it was, understandably, difficult for them to take the next step and agree that these changes were influenced not only by what man experienced in his everyday living, but quite fundamentally by his very biological constitution. To Fliess, it seemed as if nature had given man a master clock in addition to the more obvious rhythms that pulse throughout the animal and plant kingdom. There are, of course, innumerable examples of precise rhythms in all forms of life, from the simplest virus to the most complicated creatures.  His critics said his presentation was too complex. His readers were either unable or unwilling to wade through the multitude of statistics, Although no one could disprove his mathematical calculations. Yet by burdening his published works with these encumbrances pages and pages of numerical tables, Charts, calculations, and proofs he frightened the medical profession as well as the public he sought to convince.
                                                                                                                                                 UP
Whether you determine it is a Philosophical Concept or a Medical Theory:  the idea of Biorhythms is that every living creature has a biological clock or set of clocks that regulate life. Just like the Seasons of the Year, the cycles of the moon, rhythms of the tides; or planetary movement; it is believed that human beings also have a rhythmic Cycle that governs their lives; which begins at the moment of their birth.

(Personal note: theoretically, it should begin at the moment of conception, since that moment is not easily be determined, for most, the birthdate is used)










HOW IT WORKS
To Interpret your Chart

Biorhythm theory establishes calendars for the high and low periods of our vitality to predict three cycles in your life based on the day of birth.  The primary cycles are the Three cardinal Biorhythm Cycles: Physical, Emotional, and, Intellectual.  Each of these cycles goes through different phases: high, low and critical.

CYCLES

At the birth-date, the curves start to swing at the zero-point
(going upwards). The period time for the       
                                                                                    Formula:
The Physical Cycle consists of a 23 Day period.
The Emotional Cycle consists of a 28 Day period.
The Mental Cycle consists of a 33 Day period.

A second long-term rhythm, of 98-day duration, originating in the nervous system or fibers, was calculated by Dr, Fliess. (The Grandfather of Biorhythm Theory.) He relates to the rhythmical changes of the feminine inheritance, as the 28 day cycle. Also influences the emotions and a person's degree of sensitivity. (Note: this is not calculated in most modern analysis)

PHASES

High

If a cycle is above the midline (the 0% line) you experience a high is the corresponding corresponding area.  The more positive a cycle is at any given point in time, the better one is able to interact in that area.  If a cycle is in a high phase you are better able to interact in that area. If for example your intellectual cycle is in a high phase you are better able to do exams. , high emotional level tends to mean that a person is more stable, is better able to make relationship decisions.

Low

If a cycle is below the midline you experience a low " in the corresponding field.  If a cycle is in is in the negative range that does not mean the person cannot do well in that arena, but that it is more difficult to function well. For example your physical cycle is low, you may feel weak and listless; if it is an emotional low, you may feel miserable,  out of sorts or be irritable. if a mental low, thinking can be foggy and concentration hard. 

CRITICAL
An importance aspect of Biorhythms is in forecasting Critical dates for the individual, of least resistance, or exposure to more risk than normal. These dates  are not the lowest points on the curves, which would seem logical, but the points at where the curves intersect the axis, (as the phase changes). When one curve intersects the axis, which occurs regularly and frequently, there is some risk. However, if two curves change phase simultaneously, the risk in greatly magnified.

When any of the curves crosses the midline, you experience this critical phase.  This means it is a critical time in the corresponding field.  Two curves cross the midline at the same point, is a VERY critical time.  During this time there is a great risk of errors and accidents.  Critical in the physical field means you may feel exhausted and it is better to avoid physical effort and operations. Critical in the emotional field means you may feel irritable and sad, and emotional outbreaks are likely so it is better to avoid conflicts and arguments. Critical in the mental field finally means sluggish thinking and it is better to postpone activities that demand a lot of concentration.

The Secondary Rhythms Passion, Wisdom and Mastery are derived from interactions between the primary rhythms. These are a less defined, but, the power they exert is very strong.

Passion is a combination of Physical and Emotional cycles. The common force linking the physical and the emotional is power. Drive, incentive, and raw sexuality all draw from the passion cycle.When Passion cycle is high, your feelings and emotions are extremely sensitive, especially love, sexual desire, lust, joy, or hatred, anger. This cycle affects enthusiasm, stimulus, and impulsion. From Passion comes the ability to act.

Wisdom is created by interference between Emotional and Physical cycles. From the emotional and the intellectual comes the ability to gauge what is worth pursuing. High level of this cycle means wise judgement, better ability of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight. From this cycle comes the ability to discern inner qualities and relationships and understanding of what is right. Wisdom helps to select the right means for the best ends. Wisdom guides passion

Mastery comes from interaction between Intellectual and Emotional cycles. While passion gives initial energy to pursue something, mastery takes the efforts to completion.  Mastery is the ability to act on what you desire. Being high, this cycle enhances ability to utilize skills, knowledge and experience in a productive way. It allows to complete tasks faster and with better results

The secondary rhythms are derived from various interactions amongst the primary rhythms. As such, the aspects they influence are a little less well defined, but, the power they exert is still very strong. Below is a description of the cycles.

Compatability:

It is possible to learn quite a bit about the campatability of two persons comparing their readings. The comparison of Biorhythms of two persons are independent of where each person is in their cycles.  It is a measure of concordance or discordance and  determines the degree of their consistency.  Phase compatibility is a measure of how well the cycles mesh. If all three curves resonate together in the same phase, that is for both persons they are rising and falling more or less simultaneously, then there is a big chance that these people are compatible and can be a good partners.  If phases of curves are almost opposite, then there is a big possibility that their relations could be in a disharmony.

In addition to overall phase compatibility, the various cycles for two people harmonize to create new cycles that represent how the couple acts as a single entity. These joint cycles change with time as each person moves through their own various cycles.
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Dr. Hermanna Swoboda

During his initial research between 1897 and 1902, Swoboda recorded the recurrence of pain and the swelling of tissues such as is experienced in insect bites. However, Swoboda, as a psychologist, was mainly interested in finding out whether man's feelings and actions were influenced by rhythmical fluctuations and whether these rhythms Could be precalculated. The results of his persistent research Can be summed up in his own words:

"We will no longer ask why man acts one way or another, because we have learned to recognize that his action is influenced by periodic changes and that man's reaction to an impression can be foreseen, or predicted, to use a stronger term. Such a psychoanalysis could be called bionomy because, as in chemistry where the researcher Can anticipate the outcome of a formula, through bionomy the psychologist can anticipate, or predict, so to speak, the periodic changes in man."

Swoboda was an analytical thinker and a systematic recorder. His painstaking research in psychology and periodicity produced convincing evidence of rhythms in life. He showed a deep interest in the study of dreams and their origin, and noted that melodies and ideas would often repeat in one's mind after periodic intervals, generally based on a 23-day or a 28-day rhythm. In searching for the origin of these rhythms, Swoboda carefully noted the birth of infants among his patients and found that young mothers would often have anxious hours about the health of their babies during periodic days after birth. He reasoned that this phenomenon, which was often accompanied by the infant's refusal to take nourishment, was a sign of rhythmical development; on these days the tempo of digestion and absorption was apparently slower. He advised the mothers not to worry, since these periodic crises could be considered part of natural development and growth. Similar rhythmical turning points were reported in asthma attacks.

Swoboda's first book was Die Perioden des Menschlichen Lebens (The Periodicity in Man's Life). This book was followed by his Studien zur Grundlegung der Psychologie (Studies of the Basis of Psychology). In order to facilitate his research and also to encourage other scientists and medical doctors in the recording of the mathematical rhythms, Swoboda designed a slide rule with which it was fairly simple to find the "critical" days in the life of any person whose birth date was known. The instruction booklet was entitled Die Kritischen Tage des Menschen (The Critical Days of Man).
His most profound work was a 576-page volume entitled Das Siebenjahr (The Year of Seven), which contains the 23-day and 28-day mathematical analysis of the rhythmical repetition of births through generations. With documentation covering hundreds of family trees, he endeavored to verify that most major events in life, such as birth, the onset of an illness, heart attacks, and death, fall on periodic days and involve family relationships.
 
                                                                                                                                     UP
BIORHYTHM HISTORY

(The word biorhythm itself is a compound of the Greek word Bio, meaning life, and constant). The foundation of most modern biorhythm theory seems to begin from the work of

The ancient Greek Physician  Hippocrates, 2,400 years ago , advised his students: to observe the "good" and "bad" days among the healthy and the ill, and to take these fluctuations into consideration in the treatment of patients.

Since this time students of life have tried to gain insight into these natural moods that have been observed.  They have found evidence that suggests these swings are caused by natural rhythms of the body which occur during measurable intervals. These body rhythms are now called biorhythms and understanding yours can help people better understand themselves.


BIORHYTHM RESEARCH

Dr. Wilhelm Fliess, a respected Physician from Berlin Germany, who worked and researched in the 1890's.  Dr. Fliess collected statistics on the periodic occurrences of fevers, susceptibility to death and disease and childhood illness. The statistics he gathered led him to believe he had discovered certain rhythms that were fundamental to life. He noticed identical rhythms in the case histories of his patients. He observed active and passive phases in the physical, emotional and mental aspects of humans.

The theories developed by Dr. Fliess were that"nature bestows master internal clocks" on humans that begin counting at birth and continue until death and that these clocks, are responsible for regulating: a cycle which influences the physical condition, while different cycles regulate the emotions, and mental acuity.  Out of these observations he derived the principle of the biorhythms: The physical curve with its cycle of 23 days, the emotional curve with 28 days and the mental curve with 33 days.
More about  Dr. Wilhelm Fliess' Research.

Additional research was added which corroberated the works of Dr. Fliess by another Scientist; Dr. Hermanna Swoboda, who was a professor of psychology at the University of Vienna. He was impressed by writings on the span of gestation and the cycle of birth, by John S. Beard's and by the publication on bisexuality by Dr.Wilhelm Fliess. This  prompted his research whether there might not be some regularity or rhythm to these fundamental changes in man's disposition. Swoboda, as a psychologist, was mainly interested in finding out whether man's feelings and actions were influenced by rhythmical fluctuations and whether these rhythms Could be precalculated. Although working independently;  the two men reached very much the same conclusions. More about Dr. Hermanna Swoboda's Research.

In a book published in 1942, Dr. George Riebold, a gynecologist, reviewed the fundamental ideas developed by Fliess between 1908 and 1928. Riebold said that "some truth lurks in the idea that life follows a periodic rhythm . . . and that the periods of 23 days and 28 days which Fliess discovered are of frequent occurrence." Some of the discoveries, he reported, had been adopted into modern concepts of gynecology and otolaryngology.

In the 1920's and Thirties several prominent researchers jumped on the bandwagon with "their discoveries" regarding the cycles In the early 1940's a gynecologist, George Riebold,  reviewed and researched the fundamental ideas of  Fliess an Swoboda regarding the periodic rhythm . . . and that the periods of 23 days and 28 days which Fliess discovered are of frequent occurrence." Some of the discoveries, he reporting had been adopted into modern concepts of gynecology and otolaryngology. 

Dr. Sigmund Freud, and many other noted scientists have become interest in thepossibilities found in biorhythm studies. Yet there has still been no general consensus, by the scientific community, regarding Biorhythm theory.

Biorhythms can't predict or explain events, they can only suggest how we may deal with them.  However; studies have shown; and the metaphysical community, acknowledges that recognizing your biorythms can aid by understanding the three cycles which strongly influence our lives and actions.

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Dr. Hermanna Swoboda

During his initial research between 1897 and 1902, Swoboda recorded the recurrence of pain and the swelling of tissues such as is experienced in insect bites. However, Swoboda, as a psychologist, was mainly interested in finding out whether man's feelings and actions were influenced by rhythmical fluctuations and whether these rhythms Could be precalculated. The results of his persistent research Can be summed up in his own words:

"We will no longer ask why man acts one way or another, because we have learned to recognize that his action is influenced by periodic changes and that man's reaction to an impression can be foreseen, or predicted, to use a stronger term. Such a psychoanalysis could be called bionomy because, as in chemistry where the researcher Can anticipate the outcome of a formula, through bionomy the psychologist can anticipate, or predict, so to speak, the periodic changes in man."

Swoboda was an analytical thinker and a systematic recorder. His painstaking research in psychology and periodicity produced convincing evidence of rhythms in life. He showed a deep interest in the study of dreams and their origin, and noted that melodies and ideas would often repeat in one's mind after periodic intervals, generally based on a 23-day or a 28-day rhythm. In searching for the origin of these rhythms, Swoboda carefully noted the birth of infants among his patients and found that young mothers would often have anxious hours about the health of their babies during periodic days after birth. He reasoned that this phenomenon, which was often accompanied by the infant's refusal to take nourishment, was a sign of rhythmical development; on these days the tempo of digestion and absorption was apparently slower. He advised the mothers not to worry, since these periodic crises could be considered part of natural development and growth. Similar rhythmical turning points were reported in asthma attacks.

Swoboda's first book was Die Perioden des Menschlichen Lebens (The Periodicity in Man's Life). This book was followed by his Studien zur Grundlegung der Psychologie (Studies of the Basis of Psychology). In order to facilitate his research and also to encourage other scientists and medical doctors in the recording of the mathematical rhythms, Swoboda designed a slide rule with which it was fairly simple to find the "critical" days in the life of any person whose birth date was known. The instruction booklet was entitled Die Kritischen Tage des Menschen (The Critical Days of Man).
His most profound work was a 576-page volume entitled Das Siebenjahr (The Year of Seven), which contains the 23-day and 28-day mathematical analysis of the rhythmical repetition of births through generations. With documentation covering hundreds of family trees, he endeavored to verify that most major events in life, such as birth, the onset of an illness, heart attacks, and death, fall on periodic days and involve family relationships.
 
                                                                                                                                     UP
Whether you determine it is a Philosophical Concept or a Medical Theory:  the idea of Biorhythms is that every living creature has a biological clock or set of clocks that regulate life. Just like the Seasons of the Year, the cycles of the moon, rhythms of the tides; or planetary movement; it is believed that human beings also have a rhythmic Cycle that governs their lives; which begins at the moment of their birth.

(Personal note: theoretically, it should begin at the moment of conception, since that moment is not easily be determined, for most, the birthdate is used)










HOW IT WORKS
To Interpret your Chart

Biorhythm theory establishes calendars for the high and low periods of our vitality to predict three cycles in your life based on the day of birth.  The primary cycles are the Three cardinal Biorhythm Cycles: Physical, Emotional, and, Intellectual.  Each of these cycles goes through different phases: high, low and critical.

CYCLES

At the birth-date, the curves start to swing at the zero-point
(going upwards). The period time for the       
                                                                                    Formula:
The Physical Cycle consists of a 23 Day period.
The Emotional Cycle consists of a 28 Day period.
The Mental Cycle consists of a 33 Day period.

A second long-term rhythm, of 98-day duration, originating in the nervous system or fibers, was calculated by Dr, Fliess. (The Grandfather of Biorhythm Theory.) He relates to the rhythmical changes of the feminine inheritance, as the 28 day cycle. Also influences the emotions and a person's degree of sensitivity. (Note: this is not calculated in most modern analysis)

PHASES

High

If a cycle is above the midline (the 0% line) you experience a high is the corresponding corresponding area.  The more positive a cycle is at any given point in time, the better one is able to interact in that area.  If a cycle is in a high phase you are better able to interact in that area. If for example your intellectual cycle is in a high phase you are better able to do exams. , high emotional level tends to mean that a person is more stable, is better able to make relationship decisions.

Low

If a cycle is below the midline you experience a low " in the corresponding field.  If a cycle is in is in the negative range that does not mean the person cannot do well in that arena, but that it is more difficult to function well. For example your physical cycle is low, you may feel weak and listless; if it is an emotional low, you may feel miserable,  out of sorts or be irritable. if a mental low, thinking can be foggy and concentration hard. 

CRITICAL
An importance aspect of Biorhythms is in forecasting Critical dates for the individual, of least resistance, or exposure to more risk than normal. These dates  are not the lowest points on the curves, which would seem logical, but the points at where the curves intersect the axis, (as the phase changes). When one curve intersects the axis, which occurs regularly and frequently, there is some risk. However, if two curves change phase simultaneously, the risk in greatly magnified.

When any of the curves crosses the midline, you experience this critical phase.  This means it is a critical time in the corresponding field.  Two curves cross the midline at the same point, is a VERY critical time.  During this time there is a great risk of errors and accidents.  Critical in the physical field means you may feel exhausted and it is better to avoid physical effort and operations. Critical in the emotional field means you may feel irritable and sad, and emotional outbreaks are likely so it is better to avoid conflicts and arguments. Critical in the mental field finally means sluggish thinking and it is better to postpone activities that demand a lot of concentration.

The Secondary Rhythms Passion, Wisdom and Mastery are derived from interactions between the primary rhythms. These are a less defined, but, the power they exert is very strong.

Passion is a combination of Physical and Emotional cycles. The common force linking the physical and the emotional is power. Drive, incentive, and raw sexuality all draw from the passion cycle.When Passion cycle is high, your feelings and emotions are extremely sensitive, especially love, sexual desire, lust, joy, or hatred, anger. This cycle affects enthusiasm, stimulus, and impulsion. From Passion comes the ability to act.

Wisdom is created by interference between Emotional and Physical cycles. From the emotional and the intellectual comes the ability to gauge what is worth pursuing. High level of this cycle means wise judgement, better ability of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight. From this cycle comes the ability to discern inner qualities and relationships and understanding of what is right. Wisdom helps to select the right means for the best ends. Wisdom guides passion

Mastery comes from interaction between Intellectual and Emotional cycles. While passion gives initial energy to pursue something, mastery takes the efforts to completion.  Mastery is the ability to act on what you desire. Being high, this cycle enhances ability to utilize skills, knowledge and experience in a productive way. It allows to complete tasks faster and with better results

The secondary rhythms are derived from various interactions amongst the primary rhythms. As such, the aspects they influence are a little less well defined, but, the power they exert is still very strong. Below is a description of the cycles.

Compatability:

It is possible to learn quite a bit about the campatability of two persons comparing their readings. The comparison of Biorhythms of two persons are independent of where each person is in their cycles.  It is a measure of concordance or discordance and  determines the degree of their consistency.  Phase compatibility is a measure of how well the cycles mesh. If all three curves resonate together in the same phase, that is for both persons they are rising and falling more or less simultaneously, then there is a big chance that these people are compatible and can be a good partners.  If phases of curves are almost opposite, then there is a big possibility that their relations could be in a disharmony.

In addition to overall phase compatibility, the various cycles for two people harmonize to create new cycles that represent how the couple acts as a single entity. These joint cycles change with time as each person moves through their own various cycles.
Summoning Spirit
MORE ON                                          
Wilhelm Fliess, M.D.


Wilhelm Fliess, was accumulating a vast amount of research material in order to confirm 23-day and 28-day rhythms he had observed while diagnosing many of his patients. Fliess was a nose and throat specialist, but the breadth of his medical and biological interest was far-reaching. He showed great knowledge in many fields of Science, and records indicate that he was elected president of the Germanie Academy of Sciences in 1910. Fliess enjoyed a large and prosperous practice in Berlin and lectured extensively.

He was anxious to find out why some children, exposed to a contagious disease, would remain immune for days, only to succumb on a periodic day. By tracing illnesses, the outbreak of fevers, and deaths back to birth. Fliess became convinced that a 23-day and a 28-day rhythm was fundamental to life. Fliess recorded his discoveries of 23-day and 28-day rhythms in his book Der Ablauf Des Lebens (The Course of Life),e a 564-page volume with which he expected of arouse the interest of the medical profession, He was disappointed. Reviewers reported that although the work contained a vast amount of mathematical research and statistics, it only confused the reader. A critic conceded: "Fliess shows an astoundingly varied knowledge of medicine, mathematics, genealogy, botany, zoology, astrology, and psychology." Three additional books, containing further documentation and reprints of the lectures Fliess had presented at numerous medical and scientific meetings, were published between l909 and 1925 under the titles Mom Leben und Mom Tod (Of Life andDeath), DasJahrim Lebendigen (The Year in the Living), Zur Periodenlehre (The Theory of Periodicity), a collection of lectures. Fliess was assisted in his research by a mathematician, and subsequently by Hans Schlieper, another medical doctor who produced his own works on the subject of rhythms in life under the titles Der Rhythmus im Leberedigen (Periodicity of Life), and Das Jahr im Raum (The Year in Space).

In his research into rhythmical repetition in life, Fliess also studied inherited characteristics, especially left-handedness which he ascribed to a greater influence of the sensitivity (feminine) rhythm reflecting a higher degree of creative feelings such as is often observed in artists, composers, and writers. He recorded births and deaths in connection with family tree studies and established a mathematical connection in blood re- lationship going back over many generations. Sensing that nature seemed to have given a "clock" to many of her children, Fliess continued exploring the regular patterns affecting all phases of life. He Concluded that the 23-day (masculine) rhythm affected the physical condition of man.  His research led him to reason that a periodic process must affect both man and woman and that these rhythms could be traced throughout life. Believing that each individual inherits both male and female sexual characteristics, he concluded that everyone has elements of bisexuality in his makeup. He also concluded that there was a connection between the rhythms he had observed and evolution, the creation of organisms, and life itself.

The Second Life Rhythm

The second long-term rhythm, this one of 98-day duration, was ascribed by Fliess to the rhythmical changes of the feminine inheritance. Originating in the nervous system or fibers, it influences the emotions and one's degree of sensitivity. Fliess, a thorough researcher, explained his theories with firm conviction and documented them with an impressive collection of statistical data, tracing the origin of the rhythms back to birth. His revelations, to say the least, caused a good deal of Controversy among his colleagues. They accepted the fact that man's physical makeup and his emotions are continually changing; but it was, understandably, difficult for them to take the next step and agree that these changes were influenced not only by what man experienced in his everyday living, but quite fundamentally by his very biological constitution. To Fliess, it seemed as if nature had given man a master clock in addition to the more obvious rhythms that pulse throughout the animal and plant kingdom. There are, of course, innumerable examples of precise rhythms in all forms of life, from the simplest virus to the most complicated creatures.  His critics said his presentation was too complex. His readers were either unable or unwilling to wade through the multitude of statistics, Although no one could disprove his mathematical calculations. Yet by burdening his published works with these encumbrances pages and pages of numerical tables, Charts, calculations, and proofs he frightened the medical profession as well as the public he sought to convince.
                                                                                                                                                 UP
Formulas for the 3 curves:                                                                      UP
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 23))
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 28))
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 33))
(2*PI = 360 degrees)

When calculating the «age in days» consider the leap days.

Note:
The (23*28*33) curves repeat again exactly.  21252 days after birth.
This will be at the age of 58 years, 2 month and about 7 days (depending on the position of the leap years and month-length).


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