Its using in analytics, thus, opens up new, previously inaccessible, opportunities, which is not surprising, because the theory assumes the existence of objective laws of development of civilization and reveals the essence of such concepts, as the state and poles of the world, and the regularities of their origin and evolution.
On the assumption of these laws, it is able to trace the historical events, defining there fiction, falsification and substitution of concepts, and even establishing such facts, the existence of which had been unknown previously.
This is a real breakthrough, because before all the Humanities (including history, sociology and political science) were, mainly, engaged in a simple fixation of the facts, not seeing there any regularities and causal relationships, and taking the historical, state and public processes as random coincidences and some chaotic phenomena, like Brownian motion.
At the time the probability of a scientific prediction of the future predicted also an American fiction writer I. Asimov. Now his assumptions become reality.
In the circumstances this theory is useful not only from a scientific point of view, but also practically. In a tough competitive environment, when the opponent often uses unfair methods, like terrorism, spread of psychological viruses and distortion of reality, up to slander and substitution of concepts, it is particularly important.
About King Charles, About Knight Roland, About Roncesvalles
«Nemo me impune lacessit» (Latin: «No one provokes me with impunity»)
In the memory of Leonid N. Orlov von Thurn und Taxis.
"You have heard that it was said, 'An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.'" (Matthew 5:38)
"To me belong vengeance and recompense. In due time their feet will slip, because their time of calamity is near and the things prepared for them draw near". (Deuteronomy 32:35)
"Vengeance belongs to me. I will pay them back, declares the Lord". (Romans 12:19)
«Eggihard, the overseer of the king's table, Anselm, the count of the palace, and Roland, the lord of the Breton March, along with many others died in that skirmish. But this deed could not be avenged at that time, because the enemy had so dispersed after the attack that there was no indication as to where they could be found».
Einhard, «Life of Charles the Great».
The paraphrase is based on "The Song of Roland" and "The Song of The Treachery of Ganelon".
Staging of N.Garskaya, characters and performers: narrators - N.Archipova and G.Mengelet, king Charles - Y.Avsharov, Ganelon - V.Rukhmanov, Roland - A.Guzenko, Turpin - R.Tkachuk, Marsile and Oliver - M.Dezhavin, Blancandrin - V.Venger, Bramimonde - N.Garskaya
Stage manager G.Mengelet, music and sound designer E.Olach, sound producer N.Chibisova, editor I.Yakushenko.
All-Union Gramophone Record Firm «Melodiya», 1979.