The Stone Portals

©  Sergey Smelyakov

April, 2015 (Russian edition)

August, 2017 (English version)

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Chapter 1. Introduction

1.1. The goal of this work

1.1.1. Goal & fulcrum

1.1.2. Terminology

1.1.3. General Problem

1.2. Analytical properties of the Stone Portals

1.2.1. Integral and Differential properties

1.2.2. Geometry

1.2.3. Algebra

1.2.4. Archeoastronomy

1.2.5. Metrology


Decision-making criterion


Inverse problem of metrology


1.2.6. Statistics

1.2.7. Uniformity of Analytical properties

1.3. Esoterical Teaching as the conceptual basis in study of destination of Stone Portals

1.3.1. The cause of secrecy of Esoteric models

1.3.2. Uniformity and succession of Esoterical Knowledge

1.3.3. The veiled unity of Analytical and Esoterical models

1.4. General classification of Stone Portals

1.4.1. Preliminary considerations

Classes of artefacts that are considered in this study relative to their exterior

Conceptual reflection of ancient knowledge and spirituality

Substantial reflection of ancient knowledge and cults in Stone Portals


1.4.2. Labyrinths

Labyrinth as a cult-word

Labyrinth as an edifice

Labyrinth as grapheme, dike, and image

Occult meaning of Labyrinths (edifices and spircs)

1.4.3. Classification of Stone Portals relative to the exterior of artefacts

1.4.4. Terminology associated with the main classes of Edifices, Spircs and Point objects Edifices: Labyrinth-Temples Spircs: Shrines and Cult Images Lithospirc (Stone structure)

Cromlech (Megalithic monument)

Labyrinth-dike (stone labyrinth)

Stone Circle

Medicine Wheel (Sacred Hoop) Pictospirc (Image) Henge Geospirc Point objects Dolmen Cairn Menhir

Carnac stones

Spain, Armenia, India, Horn of Africa

Resume Deer stones Seid

Basic classes of stone seids

Lying boulder seids

Pedestalled boulder seids

Engineering and occult prerequisites for studying the stone seids

Seid as a Shrine and Stone Portal

Seid as a shrine

Seid as a Portal

Phenomenal stones Rocking stones Moving rocks

1.4.5. Historical evidences and Esoterical meaning of stone structures

1.5. General Structure of this work

Chapter 2. The Labyrinth-Temples and their Analytical and Occult Properties

Division I. Analytical aspects of calendars and stone artefact alignments

2.1. The Ecliptic and calendar aspects of astronomical alignments of stone artefacts

2.1.1. The Celestial coordinates, azimuths and current time Sun-based models Celestial coordinate systems Ecliptic Cardinal points: the Solstices and Equinoxes Celestial coordinates Tropical and Sidereal Zodiacs Precession of the Equinoxes Sunrise, Sunset and Zenithal Passage Alignments in Horizontal and Celestial coordinates Azimuths of sunrises and sunsets


Refractive shift of azimuth of rising Sun

Annual fluctuation of azimuth of rising Sun Accuracy of alignment-based identification of Sun coordinates

General description of the problem

Treating of azimuth of alignment


Survey line and beam-type alignments

Indicatory and measuring systems

Resume. Interrelations between the Sun’s azimuth and declination with its ecliptic longitude

Sunrise and sunset azimuths as a function of declination

Ecliptic longitude of the Sun as a function of its declination

Declination of the Sun as a function of its ecliptic longitude

Sunrise and sunset azimuths as the functions of ecliptic longitude of the Sun

Declination of the Sun at its zenithal passage

Rising and setting points of Ecliptic

Discussion Conjugate azimuths and points of Ecliptic

Conjugate azimuths

Conjugate longitudes

Number of annual observation events

Diurnal shift of sunrise/sunset azimuths

Resume Time count models The Apparent and “Model” Days The concepts of Solar and Sidereal days Sidereal time The apparent solar day and time The mean solar day and time The equation of time Civil and local time

2.1.2. The calendars that were employed and could have been used by the prehistoric cultures The problem of reconstruction of ancient calendars and the Stone Portals Statement of the Problem A calendar in the narrow and in the broad sense Cyclic and non-cyclic calendars

Cyclic calendars

Symbolic calendars

Solar and Lunar calendars

Non-cyclic calendars The types of calendars re to tracking of the calendar cycle

Astronomical (observation-based) calendar

Arithmetic calendar Astronomy and calendars in the concepts of Maya

Maya and their neighbours in Mesoamerica

Maya astronomy

Maya astronomical codices

Astronomical alignments as observatories


Religion and Calendars Solar calendars Types of Solar calendars

Tropical solar calendars


The Sidereal year and day

The Anomalistic year

The Draconitic year, Eclipse year or Ecliptic year

A Heliacal year

The Sothic year

Variation in the length of the year and the day Tropical year in arithmetic and astronomic (observational) calendars

Tropical year

Vernal equinox year The arithmetic Solar calendars

The Julian calendar

The Gregorian calendar

Mayan Arithmetic “quasi-solar” calendar The astronomic Solar calendars Resume Lunar calendars Intra-month lunar calendars

Lunar days of Synodic month

Nakshatras – Lunar days of Sidereal month

Lunar periods in Zodiacal Signs Lunar years as multi-month lunar calendars

Lunar year in Lunar calendars

Purely” lunar calendars

Islamic calendars

Sidereal lunar year

Lunisolar calendar

Chinese zodiac (Calendar)


Maya Moon calendars

Lunar days

Count of Lunations Resume Numerical parameters of lunar Months

Sidereal month

Tropical month

Anomalistic month.

Draconic (nodical) month

Synodic month Longer Moon Cycles

Full moon cycle


Matching synodic and anomalistic months

Metonic cycle

Apsidal precession

Draconic (or nodal) period of lunar precession

The Eclipse cycles

The Saros cycle

Three Saros cycles

Saros Series Symbolic (ritual) calendars



Calendar Round

Long Count

Julian day (date) Supplementary Series

9-day cycle of Lords of the Night

819-day cycle

Five Suns

2.1.3. Gregorian date is inadequate for precise identification of the day when the Sun fits an astronomical alignment of Pyramid or other stone artefact On importance of Solstices and Equinoxes On importance of Auric cardinal (A-cardinal) points Identification of the day of alignment in astronomical (observation-based) calendar

The moment of observation and the Day of alignment

Astronomical destination of alignments

Calendrical destination of alignments Uncertainty of the day of alignment in arithmetical calendar Allowing for seasonal variation in Sun’s ecliptic velocity Zone time Discussion

Astronomical calendars

The Gregorian calendar


2.1.4. On reconstruction of ancient measures and analytical features of labyrinth-temples

The synthesis of analytical and occult properties of labyrinth-temples

The general aspects of analytical properties

The accepted concepts relative to analytical properties of pyramids

2.1.5. The Great Pyramid template

The Great Pyramid in Giza

The Great Pyramid template (GP-template)

2.1.6. On principles of prehistoric metrology The ancient and prehistoric measures of length Integer-commensurable units of length Irrational commensurability of units of length Comparing the units against the sides of the GP-template The ancient measures presenting the GP-conjugate units

π-conjugate measures

Φ-conjugate measures Algebraic structure of the GP-template of prehistoric units

GP-template of the prehistoric units

Accuracy of co-relating the units

Commeasurable groups of units GP-template as a tool for transformation of lengths and distances On selection of units in analysis of prehistoric stone complexes and structures Units

Simultaneous use of several units

International” nature of the GM-template of prehistoric units

Hypothesis relative to the use of “Circular” measures

Hypothesis relative to the use of “Golden section” measures

Resume Dimensions (the absolute sizes and their dimensions and ratios) Correlations

2.1.7. The Earth-based units of length revealed in the dimensions of Stone Portals An overview on geographic coordinate system Meridian and Latitudinal distances on the sphere Meridian and Latitudinal distances on the ellipsoid

Division II. The Labyrinth-temples


2.2. The Great (or Egyptian) Labyrinth

2.3. The Great Pyramid in Giza

2.4. The putative Greek and Roman Labyrinth-temples

2.5. The Mayan Analogues of Egyptian Labyrinth

2.5.1. Mayan Labyrinth-temples

The Labyrinth of Tonina

The Labyrinth of Oxkintok

2.5.2. The sacred cenotes of Maya

The Sacred Cenote in Chichén Itza

Note relative a relative validity of accepted opinions re to the Indigenous beliefs in America

2.5.3. The sacred caves of Maya


Cave temple complex at Tahtzibichen


2.6. Pyramids of Mesoamerica

2.6.1. The Great Pyramid of Cholula History and general design


The pyramid

Excavation history

Current importance Geographical allocation and orientation of the pyramid Astronomical alignments of the Great Pyramid of Cholula

Model Cholula-1. The Cholula Pyramid faces are aligned to sunset and sunrise on Solstices

Orion and Venus Geometrical and geographical resemblance between the Great Pyramids of Cholula and Giza

Model Cholula-2. Estimation of the overall design and sizes of the Pyramid of Cholula

The half-base to height ratio of the Cholula Pyramid approximates the value of π

The squared ratio of fourfold height to half-base of Cholula Pyramid approximates Ф

Model Cholula-3. Metrology of the Great Pyramid of Cholula

Model Cholula-4. Perimeter of the Great Pyramid of Cholula makes 1 arc min of Longitude More on Esoterical aspects of the Great Pyramid of Cholula

2.6.2. The Complex of Teotihuacan History, make-up and site layout


Site layout

Measurement units and dimensions in the design of Teotihuacan and its objects

The Pyramid of the Sun

The Pyramid of the Moon

The Temple of the Feathered Serpent and the Ciudadela complex Esoterical aspects of the pyramids of Teotihuacan Metrological, geometrical and geographical aspects of the Pyramid of the Sun

Model SunPyramid-1. Metrology of the Pyramid of the Sun

Model SunPyramid-2. Perimeter of the Sun Pyramid makes ½ arc min of local grid Astronomical alignments of Teotihuacan and its pyramids Teotihuacan

Model Teotihuacan-1. The constant Pi in ecliptic longitude of the Sun at zenithal passage

Model Teotihuacan-2. Golden section in sunrise and sunset azimuths on days of Zenial passage Astronomical alignments of the Pyramid of the Sun

Model SunPyramid-3. The Sun Pyramid is aligned to sunset and sunrise of A-cardinal Sun

Model SunPyramid-4. Equinoctial alignment of the Pyramid of the Sun Geographical and astronomical alignments of Sun-Moon Pyramid system

Model Sun-MoonPyramid-1. The Sun-Moon pyramid system comply with the elliptic model of geoid

Coordinates of the Sun and Moon pyramid centres

Linear distance between the Sun and Moon pyramid centres

The sizes of Sun and Moon pyramid summits

Model Sun-MoonPyramid-2. The Sun-Moon pyramid observatory

Allocation of Moon and Sun Pyramid summits relative to meridian

The Sun-Moon Pyramid observatory: the scale of azimuths in degrees

The Sun-Moon Pyramid observatory: the scale of azimuths in minutes Astronomical alignment of the Ciudadela, Temple of Quetzalcoatl and Plaza of the Moon

Model Ciudadela-Feathered Serpent. The sunrises and sunsets at Ciudadela sides define the Golden section of Ecliptic General aspects of Teotihuacan and Mesoamerican alignments

Model Teotihuacan-3. On the essence of typical orientations of Mesoamerican pyramids

Model A-cardinal Points. The Sun Pyramid alignment defines the A-cardinal points which are repeated in other Mesoamerican and European alignments and calendar systems

2.6.3. The antiquity and greatness of Maya pyramids, and their commonality with other Portals

The Pyramid of Holmul

El Mirador, the Pyramid La Danta

On the commonality of mythological and occult properties of Labyrinth-temples and images

2.6.4. Solar effects in pyramids of Maya Temple of Kukulcan: the serpent crawling on the Equinox Temple of inscriptions: at the Winter Solstice the sunbeam penetrates into the crypt The pyramid Cinco Pisos repeats the alignments of the Pyramid of the Sun

2.6.5. Resume

2.7. Sacral subterranean temples in India

2.7.1. A crypt in the Padmanabhaswamy Temple

2.7.2. Rock-cut temples

Ajanta Caves

Bagh Caves

Karla Caves

Ellora Caves

The Kailashnath Temple

Elephanta Caves

The Shiva Cave

2.7.3. Occult destination of Cave complexes and subterranean crypts in India Occult destination of Cave complexes

Rock-cut dwellings

Secret libraries

The Esoteric Temples and covert universities

The underground shrines for supreme initiation Cave temples and pyramids Bagh caves: an example of internal structure of cave complex

2.8. The quenchless (or perpetually-burning) lamps

2.9. The Passage mounds

2.9.0. Introduction

Why we introduce the term “Passage mound”

On the hypothesis relative to the sepulchral destination of the Passage Mounds

Passage mound alignments

Esoterical aspects of passage mounds

Dating of the stone artefacts

2.9.1. Ireland Brú na Bóinne

Antiquity and make-up


Astronomy Newgrange

Physical description



General purpose

From temple to occult shrine

Esoteric symbolism

Analytical features

Astronomical alignment Knowth


Megalithic art

Alignments Dowth


Dowth North

Dowth South

Art at Dowth


Dowth South is aligned to the WS sunset

Dowth North is oriented to Samhain and Imbolc sunsets

Conclusion Listoghil (Carrowmore)

Listoghil is oriented to Samhain and Imbolc sunrises Loughcrew, Cairn L is oriented to Samhain and Imbolc sunrises



Resume Mound of the Hostages

The Hill of Tara

Mound of the Hostages is oriented to Samhain and Imbolc sunrises Carrowkeel Cairn G is aligned to the SS sunset Low entrance pass and font of initiation

2.9.2. Passage mounds in other regions of the world British islands


Bryn Celli Ddu

La Hougue Bie Spain

Antequera Dolmens Site

Dolmen of Viera

Dolmen of Menga

Tholos de El Romeral Overviews of types and images of the Passage mounds and similar structures

2.9.3. Passage mounds in Russia Megaliths in the Urals. Vera Island

Dolmens of the Middle Urals


Vera Island Passage mound in Vlasovka, Voronezh Region Passage mound in the Kozelsk, Kaluga region

Division III. The Auric cardinal points in alignments and calendars of America and Europe

2.10. The structure of the Tropical Celtic Calendar

2.10.1. Astronomical and Esoterical attainments of the Celts The Celts Astronomy Esotery

Early Irish Astrology

The Druids

Astronomy, mounds and Esotery

2.10.2. The Celtic calendars

The prehistoric Celtic calendar

Gaulish Coligny calendar (or Continental Celtic calendar)

The tropical nature of Celtic festivals

The (tropical) Gaelic (or Irish) calendar

Contemporary dates of the Celtic seasonal festivals

Inadequacy of contemporary dates of Celtic festivals


2.10.3. The crucial days of the Celtic Tropical calendar relative to the Celtic calendar tradition Samhain




Halloween Beltane

Esotery/Popular magic

Modern times

Astronomy and stone structures.

Walpurgis Night Imbolc



Astronomy and Passage mounds Lughnasadh Concentration of American and Eurasian festivals at the A-cardinal points of Ecliptic

2.11. Auric-cardinal alignment of the Ireland Passage mounds

2.11.1. On the calculation of the time and days of the Celtic festivals

The concept of identification of the Celtic day (C-day) of festival

Calculation of the C-days of festivals for Dublin and Mexico City

* The Gregorian dates and time of Celtic festivals for Dublin and Mexico City

2.11.2. Testing of hypothesis re to Mound of the Hostages alignment to A-cardinal positions of Sun On the goal of correlating alignments with the ecliptic longitude of the Sun The offered hypotheses relative to the azimuthal alignment of the Mound Testing of the hypotheses by the shootings of Light effects Testing of the hypotheses by the drawing of the Mound and Sun motion Azimuthal alignment of the mound corresponds to the Primal hypothesis Identifying the day of azimuth alignment by the shift of sunrise azimuth Identifying the day of azimuth alignment by the variation in height of the Sun Identifying the day of azimuth alignment by the megalithic marker Lia Fail


2.11.3. The Auric relationship of the Gregorian calendar with the Signs of the Tropical Zodiac, the astronomical calendar of the Celts, and the astronomically-calendar alignments of the Passage Mounds and the Pyramid of the Sun Preface (Statement of the problem) The ratio which defines splitting of Gregorian month by starting point of Zodiac Sign

The fragment ratios for 2014 – 2016

Analysis of Sign ratios for 2013 – 2016

Analytical presentation of the Fragment ratio Celtic analogue of the ratio of fragments Analytical properties of the Celtic tropical and Gregorian calendars Resume

2.11.4. Resume relative to prehistoric Celtic Tropical calendar and its crucial days Celtic calendars The days of Celtic festivals The azimuthal alignment of the Mound of the Hostages

2.12. Conclusion

2.12.1. Design peculiarities of the labyrinth-temples

2.12.2. Occult destination of the labyrinth-temples

2.12.3. Astronomy, metrology and math of the labyrinth-temples

Part II: The Experiment

Chapter 10. The analytical and occult aspects of the Stone Labyrinth design

10.1. The goal of construction of the Stone Labyrinth

10.2. The basic principles laid down in the labyrinth project

Selection of the labyrinth type

Selection of material for construction of labyrinth

The principle of choosing analytical properties for their reflection in the project of labyrinth

10.3. The  basic symbols and forms embedded in the project of the labyrinth

10.3.1. The form of the spiral labyrinth and correlated symbols

Direction of twist of the spiral

The number of turns of the spiral

Symbol G and swastika

Numbers 6 and 7

The principle of installing stones: “Crystal Mirror” and “Mountain”

The colour of the stones

10.3.2. The Centre of the Labyrinth

The energy focus of the Labyrinth

The Central stone

Coupling the Central Stone with the “crystal mirror”

The Last stone

Occultly magnetized objects

10.3.3. Setting the Portal for especially meaningful directions and artefacts of world significance

The choice of geographic and astronomical axes of the labyrinth

Geodetic markers

Amplifiers of the geodetic markers

Orbs for directions

10.4. Geographic orientation of the entrance and horizontal axes of the labyrinth

10.5. Azimuthal alignments of labyrinth to the world famous Temples

10.5.1. The elements of spherical trigonometry 

10.5.2. Determining the geodesic direction to the object

10.5.3. Determining the geodesic distance to the object

10.5.4. Determining the geodesic direction: method of tangents

10.5.5. Geodetic azimuths of chosen objects and reflection of their domains of influences on map

Egypt, The Great Pyramid in Giza

India, The Himalayas


Great Britain and Ireland



10.6. The astronomical orientation of the Portal and its astrological significance

10.6.1. Parameters of astronomical adjustment of the labyrinth

Basic orientation of the vertical axis

Orientation of the vertical axis to the North or South

Orientation of the vertical axis for an arbitrary azimuth

Orientation of the vertical axis to the North with a small inclination angle σ

Construction of azimuths taking into account the inclination of the plane of labyrinth by the angle σ.

The method of horizontal construction

The method of an inclined platform

The actual difference between the metrics of the site and the horizontal plane

10.6.2. The astrological significance of astronomical alignment of the labyrinth

10.6.3. The occult significance of astronomical alignment of the labyrinth to the North Star

10.7. Astrological properties of the Portal

10.7.1. Astrological passport of the Portal and who "pastes" new photos into it

Natal chart of the Portal

Local Horizon Map

Astro Locality Map



Features of transit influence with respect to the construction of the labyrinth

10.7.2. Astrological aspects of the geographical adjustment of the Portal

The culmination of celestial bodies on the axis of the labyrinth and in the Mc of transit chart


10.7.3. Calculation of the azimuth of the transit Ascendant

Azimuth of the Ascendant as a function of ecliptic longitude

10.7.4. The location of the transit ascendant at the azimuths of the chosen artefacts

Ecliptic longitude of the Ascendant as a function of azimuth

Days of the year when the Sun rises at the azimuth of the direction to the chosen object

10.7.5. Astrological tuning of the Portal to celestial bodies and terrestrial objects

Tuning the Portal to the natal chart

Tuning of the artefact direction to the Portal’s natal planet

Tuning the Portal by a transit chart

The Rule of assessment of the force of influence

The Planets and significant points of the transit chart

The passage of the points Asc and Dsc over the azimuths of the chosen directions

The most significant elements of the labyrinth (the 3 axes and geodetic azimuths of the chosen objects)

Accounting for an individual chart of an operator

Selective strengthening of planetary influence

The principle of tuning the Portal according to astrological criteria

Practical aspects of scheduling of time for perception of required impacts of the Portal


10. 8. The model of the spiral and its mathematical, metrological and symbolic features

The equations of Archimedean  and logarithmic spirals in the polar coordinate system

On the possibility of choosing a logarithmic spiral with a reasonable track width

Model of the spiral for the labyrinth

10. 9. Representation of the analytical model of the spiral in the masonry of the labyrinth

10.9.1. On formulation of the problem of approximation of the spiral by masonry

The texture of the stones used and the rule of their orientation when installing

10.9.2. Approximating the spiral by a dichotomous system of polar markers

Dichotomous system of polar markers

Permanent and Temporary (Duplicate and Local) markers

Dichotomous installation of the markers

Geometric constructions on the terrain using a ruler and compass

Method of the compass

The method of the ruler

10.9.3. Approximation of fragment of the spiral by a segment

10.10. Determination of the position of the NS-line

Determining the moment of the true astronomical noon for the site of labyrinth

Construction of the North-South line with the gnomon

The length of the gnomon's shadow

Using the gnomon's shadow for determining the NS-line

Estimation of accuracy of detection of the NS-line

10.11. The golden section in the frequency spectrum of turns

The Auric series and Fibonacci series

The frequency spectrum of the Labyrinth turns follows the Fibonacci series, and thus represents the Universal Auric Time Scale and determines the individual occult sounding of this Stone Portal


Chapter 11. Properties of the Portal in Perceptions and Physical Measurements

Section A: The Experiment “Portal-Passage”


11.1. Factors of influence and experimental conditions

11.1.1. Types of tests by the type of contact with the labyrinth

E1. Passage of the labyrinth

E2. Short-range action

E3. Long-range action

11.1.2. Gradations of operators by susceptibility

S – Sensitives

E – Esoterists

P – Pragmatists

T – Teenagers

The role of different groups of operators

11.1.3. The three factors which define the main types of influence on an operator

A1. The Labyrinth itself

A2. The astrological configuration (Sun’s culmination, transiting chart for Portal’s passage, etc.)

A3. Amplifiers of the geodetic markers

11.1.4. Aspects in which the Portal impacts the operator

Subjective perceptions

C1. Health status

C2. The state of consciousness

C3. Portal’s energy structure

C4. Perception of sacral objects

C5. Energy-information and space-time effects

Objective characteristics

Parameters of operators’ biofield: the coloured aura, and energy diagrams

11.1.5. The principles for organizing the experiment and processing the results Carrying out the tests and recording the results

On the statistical nature of the experiment

Ensuring the representativeness of the results of the experiment

1. Homogeneity of operators

2. The amount of sampling

3. Independence of tests

4. Accuracy of the acquired data (verbal and numerical)

5. The completeness of the (verbal) survey

Types of after-effects

6. After-effects by follow-up visits

7. After-effects by aspects Processing of the results of experiment

Numerical and conceptual interpretation of verbal data

Interpretation of operators’ perceptions in a narrow sense

Interpretation of operators’ perceptions in a broad sense

11.2. The Summary of operators’ perceptions in the Experiment "Portal-Passage"

11.2.1. Features of conducting the tests in terms of registration of operators’ perceptions

Technique of registering perceptions of operators in the Passage and Short-range action tests

Technique of registering perceptions of operators in the Long-range action tests

11.2.2. The parameters of verbal descriptions of the tests Operator Details The main types and forms of perception 

Main forms of perceptions

Direct perceptions

Indirect perceptions (After-effects)

Main types of  perceptions


Mental perception


Correlation of perceptions with the objective evidences (Experiment "Portal-Aura")

11.2.3. SUMMARY of operators’ perceptions

11.3. Statistical evaluation of non-randomness of the Portal's impact

11.3.1. A binary representation of verbal descriptions of operators' perceptions

Table 11.3. The results of binary quantization of verbal descriptions  of operators' perceptions

11.3.2. An analysis of the Experiment with the use of probabilistic models Estimation of stability of perceptions in the concepts of probability theory

The concept of probability of an event

Probabilistic interpretation of the outcomes of experiments with the Portal

The technology of using probabilistic models Model 1. Stability of the manifestation of aspects and factors in the group

Model for one aspect and one group

Results of calculations from experimental data for aspects


Probabilistic model for factors A2, A3 and the Experiment "Portal-Aura"

Discussion Model 2. Inadequacy of evaluation of influence of the Portal by using a proportional sample

Forming a sample from representatives of several groups

Forming a sample of operators on a proportionally based sample

Discussion Model 3. Evaluation of "non-randomness" of manifestation of occult properties of the Portal 

Table 11.4. The stability of manifestations of portal’s impact and the probability of the        absence of occult effect in one test for different categories of operators

11.3.3. Discussion

Analytical representation of the verbal results of the experiment

Probabilistic assessments of the effectiveness of the Portal as an occult tool

Multifactor experiment

Section B: The Experiment “Portal-Aura”


11.4. The basic concepts determining the use of colour and energy parameters of aura in revealing the occult effectiveness of the Portal in the Experiment "Portal Aura"

11.5. Aura Imaging Systems

11.5.0. Basic concepts

Aura and chakras

The spectrum of perception

The meaning of colours and other characteristics of aura and chakras

11.5.1. Kirlian photography

11.5.2. Aura Video Station

How Does Aura Machine Work?

Reports and interpretations


11.5.3. Aura and Chakras Colour features of Aura


Primary colour

How aura is treated in aura imaging systems Colour features of the main Chakras Muladhara Svadhisthana  Manipura Anahata Vishudha Ajna Sahasrara Chakras And Auras: numerical and form estimates

11.5.4. Analysis of aura and chakras by numerical estimates of the energy parameters

The numerical parameters which are analyzed in the “Portal-aura” Experiment Energy channel level Chakra energy level Aura size Personality Profile: the Primary colour of the aura Level of relaxation The spirit-mind-body diagram

The numerical parameters which were not analyzed in the “Portal-aura” Experiment Diagram of the State of the body and mind Yin-yang balance Emotion meter Analysis of the state of Chakras according to their form, brightness and location

11.5.5. Aura Colour Interpretation Principles of aura’s colour and shape analysis

The Primary colour of the aura (colour type)

Aura shape

Aura size

Brightness/Intensity of the aura

Aura colours Principles of analyzing the colours of the aura by regions

The upper part: Around the head, Heart area, Aura in the Centre

Aura in the Centre

The lower part

Aura on the Left

Aura on the Right

Defects of the aura The key features of human psychotype by the basic colours of the aura

The Perception spectrum

The Physical spectrum

The spectrum of perception determines the basic colours of auras

The main colours of the Spectrum of Subtle perception

The colours that are presented in Physical spectrum as monochromatic ones








The colours that are not presented in Physical spectrum

Purple (Lavender)


Silver and Gold Auras

Rainbow Auras

Separate colours and hues


Earth Aura Colours


Dark Colours



11.6. The Perception spectrum


11.6.1. Formulation of the problem

11.6.2. Physical interpretation of colours Physical Spectrum Greyscale

Greyscale  as single channels of multichannel colour images

11.6.3. Mechanisms of human perception of light The basic modes of colour perception: Photopic, Scotopic and Mesopic vision

Photopic vision

Scotopic vision

Mesopic vision

Advantages and disadvantages of different modes of vision Receptors of light perception: cone and rod cells

Cone cells: the physiology of Colour perception

Rod cells: the physiology of Greyscale perception 

11.6.4. Colour vision Theories: scientific approach and esoteric considerations  The  opponent process theory The Trichromacy theory Discussion


11.6.5. Additive colour models The RGB colour model

Additive colours

Physical principles for the choice of the primary colours (red, green, and blue)

Numerical representations of colours

Geometrical representations of colours The CMYK colour model RGB model and its HSV and HSL representations

Coordinate system

HSV Colour model in the cylindrical coordinate system Other geometric models of HSV Naming the colours

Alphabetical List of colours

11.6.6. The Model of the Perception Spectrum Statement of the problem Bicone colour model

Discussion Constructing the Perception spectrum (in a broad sense)



Unsaturated (colour) scales

On the choice of trajectories

Perception spectrum as a composition of the Colourscale, Greyscale and Unsaturated scales

11.6.7. Conclusion

Perception spectrum in a broad and narrow sense

On the possible organization of colour perception in a human

11.7. Occult properties of aura and chakras – To Appear

11.8. Album of photographs of Operators’ auras and chakras at various phases of the experiment

Types of images

Codification of images

Modification of images

Photographs of auras and chakras

11.9. Confirmation of occult effectiveness of the Portal results from the quantitative and qualitative changes in the aura and chakras

11.9.1. The indicators that were used for analyzing changes in the aura

The indicator of the Primary colour of aura

Operator's energy potential indicators


11.9.2. The results of processing the measurements of the Experiment "Portal-Aura"

The types of analyzed effects and the principle of portal impact analysis The Passage effect The Short-range effect The Aftermath Effect The Effect of factor A2 (astrological influence on the Portal) The Effect of factor A3

11.9.3. Numerical analysis of portal impact on aura and chakras Numerical representation of source data (measurements) Criteria of significance for separate elements of source data Criteria for the significance of the variation of factors over a group of operators Numerical evaluation of Portal's occult effectiveness by the Passage tests

Colour variations

Variation factors Numerical evaluation of  Portal's effectiveness in Short-range action tests


Variation factors Numerical evaluation of the portal's effectiveness in the Aftermath Effect tests


Variation factors Discussion

11.10. Conclusion

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