AVIATION ASTROLOGY

 (Resume)

 N. V. Nikolov 

 

Thousands of incidents happen in aviation every year, despite the strivings of specialists for higher safety. The present article offers another decision, one more piece to the puzzle that could decrease significantly their number. Aviation astrology its a new aviation science which basic field of practice is to be of help for the management and flying personnel for the prevention of accidents.

We compare the prognosis of the aviation meteorologist with that of the aviation astrologer of an expert level, searching for similarities but also underlining the differences in the nature of their jobs. The purpose of this article is to introduce and lay the foundations of aviation astrology by determining clearly: definition, purpose, tasks, philosophy and methodology, also suggesting the directions and teams for its organizational-structural formation.

Aviation astrologys philosophical conception is quite intriguing, i.e. events happen in the corners of space-time, built by the movement and changes of the matter around us. They can be determined. The trends tending to become events, therefore, will be predictable as well. The methodology presents three basic approaches for studying the trends for air accidents - time-space, human, aircraft. The exploring instruments of the aviation astrologer are the methods checked and tested astrological practices. What is offered in this article is understandable, applicable and checked. The cognoscibility of prognosis is at least 80%.

This is worth reading!

 

Fig. 1. Methodology of Aviation Astrology

 

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3. Teletskiy, V. Your flight is postponed: well wait for the accident to pass by. 2003.

4. England, . Degrees of Flight (The Astrology of Aviation). UK, 2006.

 

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This article is presented in the NATIONAL MILITARY UNIVERSITY "VASIL LEVSKI ", AVIATION FACULTY at a scientific session that took place on 12.04.2007. The article is published in 2009 in the collection report from this scientific session with identification number ISBN 978-954-713-092-0.