Chapter 4. Into the depth of centuries.

Let us get down to searching for Eclipses where Moons shadow tra-jectory coincides with axises of ethnogenesis explosions 1-13 centuries, shown by L. N. Gumilev and marked at our map with red lines.

1. Axis of passionary drive of 1 century A. D.
2. Axis of passionary drive of 6 century A. D.
3. Axis of passionary drive of 8 century A. D.
4. Axis of passionary drive of 11 century A. D.
5. Axis of passionary drive of 13 century A. D.

Ethnogenesis explosion of 13 centure A. D..

According to our suppositions, supernova stars of 1006, 1054, 1181 A. D. could have influenced the starting mechanism of ethnogenisis explosion of 13th centure with regard for incubation period for about 150 years. Let us include the supernova star of 1230 A. D. into this list for more detailed investigation.
Verification of Solar Eclipses within the indicated years and the years following them showed complete lack of concision of Moons shadow tra-jectory with the axis of passionary drive.

Taking into account inaccuracy in dates of observance of supernova stars, temporary diapason of searching was broadened. Eclipses since 900 till 1600 was verified. It turned out that even within this period there were no Eclipses with such Moons shadow trajectory. It is left to suppose that we deal with complex passionary drive, that was founded as a result of two Solar Eclipses influence. In this case it is necessary to follow two condi-tions: -
- regarding time Eclipses should not be more than 1,5-2 years apart.
- Moons shadow trajectory from these Eclipses should touch or cross the axis of passionary drive of 13th centure.
- dates of these Eclipses should be not far from the dates of supernova star flashes indicated at the beginning of the Chapter.
Within the period since 900 till 1600 only one pair of Eclipses was

found, that corresponded to these conditions. These are Eclipses of 4th Sep-tember 1187 A. D. and 24th August 1188 A.D.. Moons shadow trajectories are shown on the map.
Coincidences are not complete, and if this scheme explains eth-nogenesis in Lithuania and Rus, than it is quite different with Turkey and especially with Ethiopia. Coming ahead, we tell that further we shall get facts explaining that discrepancy. But so far we shall suppose that within these Eclipses there were starting mechanisms of two ethnogenesis axises of which come on the Moons shadow trajectories. From the list of supernova stars the one of 1181 A. D. is the closest to this Eclipses from chronological point of view.
It is necessary to move the date of supernova star flash by 6 years ahead, into the year of 1887 A. D..

Ethnogenesis explosion of 11th centure A. D..

According to our supposition supernova stars of 872, 902,1006,1054


.D. could have influenced the starting mechanism of ethnogenesis of 11th centure. According to Gumilev L. N., verification of Solar Eclipses within these years and the following ones did not show Moons trajectories coin-ciding with axis of passionary drive of 11th centure. Having broadened the searching diapason from 600 A. D. up to 1200 A. D. we got several Eclipses by which Moons shadow trajectory goes close to the axis of pas-sionary drive. The dates of these Eclipses and shadow trajectories are shown on the map.
According to L. N. Gumilev a passionary drive of 11th centure is marked on the map by blue color.
2. Eclipse of 30th December 734 A. D., central, circular, the greatest phase 0.904
3. Eclipse of 12th November 1026 A.D., central, circular, the greatest phase 0.912
4. Eclipse of 22nd September 1066 A. D., central, circular, the greatest phase 0.984
5. Eclipse of 23rd July 1115 A. D., central, circular, the greatest phase 1.049.
6. Eclipse of 2nd September 1160 A. D., central, complete, the greatest phase 1.036.

Let us analyze these Eclipses according to the degree of coincidence of Moons shadow trajectory with the axis of passionary drive, according to the nearness of the date of Eclipse to the date of supernova star lash and according to the visibility conditions of supernova star at the moment of Eclipse.
The analysis shows that Eclipse on the 12th of November 1026, marked on the map under the number 3, most of all corresponds to all the conditions. Moons shadow trajectory coincides with the axis of passion-ary drive almost during all its duration. It is aimless, probably, to await a more precise coincidence, as L. N. Gumilev, we suppose, did not intend to give geographical accuracy of drive trajectory up to a kilometer. Further-wards we mark, that according to historical measures the date of this Eclipse is not far apart from the date of supernova star flash in 1006, in the constellation of Wolf and from the date of supernova star flash in the con-stellation of Taurus. Analysis show that Wolf constellation at the moment of this Eclipse was in its zenith for this region and as a consequence the supernova star would have been seen well. Taurus constellation was out-side the horizon and a supernova star would not have been seen well. It means that we can exclude a supernova star of 1054 from our considera-tion that flashed in the Taurus constellation. But one obstacle is still left. It is how to correspond this Eclipse and supernova star in the Wolf constella-tion in the time. It is possible if admit the date of supernova star obser-vance of 1006 to be a faulty one and to replace it by 1026.
As a working conclusion, we can say that Eclipse with Moons shadow trajectory close to the axis of passionary drive is found. It is found in the same 11th centure.

Ethnogenesis of 8th century

Super nova star could have influenced the ethnogenesis of 8th century along the axis of Spain, France, Southern Norway, according to our suppo-sition. It is marked by number 5 on the scheme of chronological confor-mity of super nova star flashes and ethnogenesis explosions. Verification of Solar Eclipse circumstances and the year following it did not display Moons shadow trajectory, coinciding with passionary drive axis. Broad-ening the field of searching circumstances of Eclipses since 500 till 1400 A.D. became doubtful. The results received are shown on the map.

1. Eclipse of 12th April, 758 A.D.
2. Eclipse of 24th March 852 A.D.
3. Eclipse of 24th January 1023 A. D.
4. Eclipse 14th May 1230 A.D.
5. Eclipse 31st January 1310 A.D.

From all the above-mentioned Eclipses the one of 31st January 1310 A.D. is the most satisfactory concerning Moons shadow trajectory coincidence with passionary drive axis.
Chronological divergence of events (Eclipse and passionary drive acc. to L. N. Gumilev) makes up 6 centuries, if we trust Skaligers chronology. The effort to focus on the 8th century result in the 14th one.

To find some connection between super nova star flashes and this Eclipse is rather difficult. Verification of the possibility to observe super nova star (dates are given without changes) for that region during Eclipse showed that:
- Lupus Constellation (super nova star 1006 A.D.) was behind the hori-zon.
- Taurus Constellation (super nova 1054 A.D.) was higher than horizon.
- Cassiopeia Constellation (super nova 1181 A.D.) was above the hori-zon.
- Hercules Constellation (super nova of 1230 A.D.) was higher than hori-zon.

It allows to exclude the super nova of 1006 A.D. out of our investigation concerning passionary drive.

There is no information on super nova of 668 A.D..

So far we shall consider these conclusions to be intermediate. Lets see what the situation in other centuries is.

Ethnogenesis of 6th century.

Ethnogenesis explosion of 6th century should be connected with su-per nova star of 393 A.D., marked on the scheme of chronological con-formity of super nova star flashes with ethnogenesis explosion number 4. Circumstances of Solar Eclipses since 1 A.D. till 1500 A.D. were verified to find Moons shadow trajectory best coinciding with axis of passionary

drive of 6th century (acc. to L. N. Gumilev).
Axis of passionary drive goes along Arabia, Inda Valley, Tibet, Northern China, Korea, and Japan.

1. Eclipse of 6th July 316 A.D..
2. Eclipse 5th August 761 A.D..
3. Eclipse 7th April 1000 A.D..

The most suitable is Eclipse 7 of 1000 A.D. in its trajectory.
Chronological divergence of events makes up 5 centuries if we believe Skaligers chronology. The effort to explore 6th century resulted in 11th century. Lets see what will be later on.

Ethnogenesis of 1st century A.D.

Solar Eclipses beginning from 300 B.C. till 1600 A.D. were verified to find Eclipse with needed trajectory. Eclipse with Moons trajectory fully coinciding with axis of passionary drive was not found.
There are proofs of a supposition on a complex passionary drive. Two So-lar Eclipses were found, located from each other in the distance of one year; their trajectories go along the axis of passionary drive. These are Eclipses of 1133 and 1134 A.D.. They are shown on the map.

Axis of passionary drive is marked with blue color, L. N. Gumilev dated it back to 1st century A.D..
1. Eclipse of 2nd August 1133 A.D.
2. Eclipse of 23rd July 1134 A.D..

Chronological divergence of dates of Eclipse and passionary drive makes up 11 centuries, if we trust traditional chronology.
An effort to explore 1st century resulted in 12th century

Lets draw intermediate conclusions.

1. Solar Eclipses with suitable trajectory for passionary drives of 13 and 11th centuries were found in 1187 and 1026 A.D. correspondingly. Taking into consideration the incubation period from start up of starting mecha-nism of ethnogenesis till ethnogenesis explosion (up to 150 years) this re-sult may be considered satisfactory to confirm our supposition on super nova star influence on ethnogenesis. And there is no necessity in great changes in traditional chronology.

2. With the help of our method we did three efforts to get into the depth of centuries earlier than 10th century. All of them led us to early Middle Ages.

Such a result can cause surprise and non-acceptance. But we shall not make final conclusions yet. Lets continue our investigation.
Following the logic of our supposition on super nova star influence on ethnogenesis, we think that during Solar Eclipses founded by us super nova stars were already seen on the sky. Lets write down the dates of these super nova stars.
1000 A.D., 1026 A.D., 1133 A.D., 1187 A.D., 1310 A.D..

As we know super nova star radiates intensively within the visible diapa-son up to two years and taking into consideration the fact that it could have flashed earlier than the year of Eclipse, we get the diapason of dates for every super nova star.
1. Super nova star of 998 1000 A.D.
2. Super nova star of 1024 1026 A.D.
3. Super nova star of 1132 1133 A.D. (two Eclipses 1133 and 1134 A.D.).
4. Super nova star of 1186 1187 A.D. (two Eclipses 1187 and 1188 A.D.).
5. Super nova star of 1308 1310 A.D.

Lets arrange the super nova stars with these dates on chronological scale and compare the received scheme with the scheme of chronological con-formity of super nova star flashes with ethnogenesis explosion, drawn up by us at the beginning of our investigation.

Super nova stars according to their dates, received by us in course of our investigation, marked as 6.1, 7.1, 8.1, 9.1, and 10.1.
It is vividly seen on the scheme that just received group of super nova stars, according to their chronological configuration exactly coincides with the group of super nova stars 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 (872, 902, 1006, 1054, 1181A.D. correspondingly) on the scale of traditional chronology.
For more precision, we shall make calculations of time intervals between super nova stars in both groups.

Between super nova stars 6 (872) and 7 (902) - 30 years
6.1(998-1000) and 7.1(1024-1026) - 28-24 years

Between super nova stars 7 and 8 - 104 years
7.1 and 8.1 - 109-106 years

Between super nova stars 8 and 9 - 48 years
8.1 and 9.1 - 55 53 years

Between super nova stars 9 and 10 - 127 years
9.1 and 10.1 - 121124 years
Between super nova stars 6 and 10 - 309 years
6.1 and 10.1 - 308-312 years

The last calculation shows that time duration of both groups of super nova stars coincides with precision 99,1 - 99,7 per cent, if we take extreme lim-its of diapason of dates of super nova stars 6.1 and 10.1. Intermediate vari-ants give coincidences from 99,4 up to 100 per cent.
The above given scheme and calculations allow to make a conclusion that we deal with one and the same group of super nova star.
System errors in Skaligers chronology moved the dates of observance of super nova star flashes approximately by 128-130 years back.


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