The Law of Seriality and 5 Fields Where it Can be Applied - The Law of Seriality and 5 Fields Where it Can be Applied

The Law of Seriality and 5 Fields Where it Can be Applied

Jung attributed coincidences to the activation of certain archetypes, but Kammerer was of the opinion that current scientific principles could explain coincidences. Kammerer further developed some theories as to how the law of seriality may work, including an imitation, persistence and attraction hypothesis.

In this post we take a closer look at what Kammerer’s law of seriality means for five specific fields, and how it can be applied.

#1: Anthropology

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When we look at anthropology, which includes the study of large ancient buildings, we find there are similar buildings situated around the world. Some theories state that these civilisations spread and shared their knowledge. According to seriality however, the similarities of these buildings can be ascribed to the medium of persistence causality.

#2: History

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Seriality is considered to be the driving factor of history, and that both concepts are intertwined. We all know the saying that history repeats itself. Based on specific events and repetitions thereof, the law of seriality states that catastrophes like war are events that break down the prevailing causal structure.

#3: Animal Behaviour

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Some theories and studies suggest specific animal behaviour are mimicked around the world. For instance, baboons that raid garbage bins in one area and another troop starting to do it as well. Though it may appear odd that these reverberations of activities are coincidental, Kammerer suggests that behaviour and activities are born once, and known forever.

#4: Astrology

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While there are a lot of sub-categories within astrology (including mathematics, psychology and astronomy), basic astrological concepts and occurrences can be explained by Kammerer’s law of seriality. These are explained by the hypothesis of persistence, where certain events continue to happen based on systems formed over aeons.

#5: Gambling

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Without probably realising it, gamblers use the law of seriality whenever they want to gamble. This is for example when you decide to bet on an outcome you have predicted based on previous outcomes. As you can see, this relates to Kammerer’s law of seriality, where gamblers take a multitude of factors into account to play a game of poker for instance.

As you can see, there is a lot of traces of the chaos theory present in Kammerer’s law of seriality. He was ahead of his time, and even Einstein did not object to his theories, and called it interesting.

5 Mesmerising Ancient Structures Around the World - 5 Mesmerising Ancient Structures Around the World

5 Mesmerising Ancient Structures Around the World

The world is full of ancient buildings, all of them requiring a sufficient amount of awe and wonder. The first that probably comes to mind is the pyramids of Egypt, or perhaps the stone structure known as Stonehenge. Some may even think about the Colosseum in Rome. What springs to mind when you think about incredible ancient structures?

In this post we take a look at five of the most fascinating of these ancient structures, and uncover some of the theories about them.

1. Egypt – The Lost Labyrinth

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The Lost Labyrinth of Egypt is located near the Hawara pyramid in Egypt. While there is nothing but the ruins left of this magnificent building, texts describe it as one of the most awe-inspiring works of architecture. Herodotus described the labyrinth in works written in the fifth century B.C.

2. Iraq – Ishtar Gate

Ishtar Gate is the eighth gate to the city of Babylon and was constructed by order of King Nebuchadnezzar in 575 BCE. The site was excavated in the 20th century and a reconstruction of the gate and the Processional Way in Berlin. This incredible part of the wall can be seen in the Pergamon Museum.

3. Turkey – Temple of Artemis

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This ancient Greek temple is situated in Ephesus in Turkey and was dedicated to Artemis. It was rebuilt three times, yet today only the foundations and ruins can be seen at the site. The temple was known to be magnificent, and was also part of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

4. Egypt – Bent Pyramid

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This ancient Egyptian pyramid is located at the necropolis of Dahshur and is a great example of early pyramid development in the ancient world. What makes this specific pyramid even more unique is the fact that the limestone outer casing is still pretty much intact, as opposed to other pyramids.

5. Egypt – Great Pyramid of Giza

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Last but not least, we have the great pyramid of Giza. This is the largest and oldest of the complex situated in Giza. It is also the oldest of the seven wonders of the ancient world and the only one that is still mostly intact. A site worth seeing one day.

And that’s all of them. Have you been to any of these amazing ancient structures? If not, perhaps you should include them on your bucket list. These ancient structures are impressive in pictures, imagine the awe they stir while standing on-site.