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How to calculate biorhythms?

At the birth-date, the sinus-curves start to swing at the zero-point (going upwards). The periodtime for the
- Physical curve is: 23 days
- Emotional curve is: 28 days
- Intellectual curve is: 33 days

Formulas for the 3 curves:
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 23))
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 28))
state (age in days) = 100% * sin ( 2*PI *(age / 33))
(2*PI = 360 degrees)

Example: Physical curve for somebody, who is 10'000 days old today:
state (10'000) = 100 * sin ( 360 *(10'000 / 23)) = - 98%

When calculating the «age in days» the leap days of course have to be regarded.

Will biorhythms repeat during life?

The curves will have the same state like birth exactly 23*28*33 = 21252 days after birth again.
This will be at the age of 58 years, 2 months and about 7 days (depending on the position of the leap years and length of the month).

Do animals have biorhythms?

The theory of biorhythms with its specific duration of the cycle periods was detected by a professor, when he inquired the state of condition of his students over a year. So he found a coherence between the condition (of humans) and the specific time-periods. Animals do have biorhythms probably too, but it has to be inquired whether they are similar or different (even for different species). I have never heard about such inquiries.

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Luck Cycles

Sometimes I am asked, if there are any «luck cycles». I have never heard about such cycles with regular periods . I can mention the story of Fortuna, the goddess of luck in Roman mythology.  Fortuna was associated only with good fortune in early Roman religion.  However, after she became identified with Tyche, the Greek goddess of chance, she was also considered a bearer of bad luck.  Fortuna often is shown with a wheel that she turned to bring success or failure.  She also appears with a rudder, symbolizing her power to steer people's lives.  The word fortune comes from her name.

The Wheel of Fortuna: Wheel of Fortuna