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Gotthard Killian

Editor, independent researcher
Journal for Anthroposophy in Australia, October 2009

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Prof. Franz Halberg, M.D.

Director of the Halberg Chronobiology Center, University of Minnesota

We confirm the findings of Pales & Mikulecky by linear-nonlinear rhythmometry, for the emergence of great physicians and for the emergence of great historians and poets... Chronobiology must also focus on cycles such as those reported by Pales & Mikulecky of about 500-600 years in human cultural growth.

From an article in Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, 58 (2004), p. 170


„The latter figures confirm the scholarship of Prof. Miroslav Mikulecky and Dr. Emil Pales, who originally documented the circasemimillennial cycles in the appearance of outstanding individuals in seemingly unrelated cultures on different continents.“

From: Halberg F., Kenner T. (eds.): Proceedings of the symposium Nonivasive methods in cardiology. Masaryk University, Brno, 2009, p. 66.


Prof. Dr. Jan Bouzek, DrSc.

Director of the Institute of Classical Archaeology, Charles University, Prague
Review of the book „Angelology of History. Synchronicity and Periodicity in History“. April 29, 2002

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Doc. Ján Dekan, DrSc.

Ex-director of the Institute of Fine-art History, member of the Presidium of Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences
From a review on „Angelology of History“. January 20, 2000

"This research of periodically recurring and synchronous phenomena in history is a discovery of paramount importance, deserving our acknowledgement and confirmation."