Salubriology School


What is Cesidian Salubriology?

-noun

  1. relating to, belonging to, Cesidio (Tallini); AND
  2. the science or study of that which is conducive or favourable to health or well-being.
[Origin: 2009; < L < ME Cesidi(o) + an Salubri(s) + (o)logy, the science or study of that which is conducive or favourable to health or well-being belonging to Cesidio (Tallini); originally known (in 2008-04-20) as Cesidian Healing]

Nota bene: the English word salubrious, which is part of the word above, is a derivative of the Latin word salubrem (accusative case of saluber, salubris). This word, in turn, is a derivative of the Latin words salu(s) + brem. Salus means 'health', and -brem represents the root of -bero, Cyrillic for -phero or -fero, which means 'to bring'. So the English word salubrious literally means 'health-bringing'.

How Did It Originate?

The 14 Commandments lead, one day, to a new field of law, Cesidian law. The Cesidian calendar lead, one day, to a brand new kind of astrology, Bucksfanian astrology. The combination of Cesidian law and Bucksfanian astrology, along with Hinduist Chakra Models, lead to the beginnings of a new field of health, which today is called Cesidian Salubriology. The process is summarised in the picture below.

Cesidian Salubriology


The word Cesidian Salubriology was coined on 11 February 2009 (V:16B2009) by the Hon Most Rev Dr Cesidio Tallini.