Xrayzr Revelations
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The Logology of Pantology


The revealing symbolic names (logos) of the Revealer of all knowledge (Logos)

"Logology" is revelation about words, logos, signs and symbols. "Pantology" is a systematic or organized revealing of "all knowledge". Of course, no human has the slightest idea of what "all knowledge" means—though too many think they do. The systematic view of "almost everything", which will be presented as Xrayzr Revelations, will discuss only a tiny fraction of the information available within any of the following "ologies".

It is the interconnections and relationships between all of these fields of knowledge which will begin to reveal not only who Xrayzr is, but also, what his past achievements have been in the creation and control of all of these "ologies", and what his responsibilities are for future development and control of "almost everything". And if you think you know who is being referred to as Xrayzr, you'll be amazed to learn that there are several categories of knowledge on the list in which he himself has failed many tests, by his own admission and the eyewitness reports of others—if you believe the "scriptures" that graphically expose his past failures.

Don’t bother others by trying to use these terms in conversation. No one will know what you’re talking about. The purpose of the list is to present many indicators about the organization and content of future publications by Xrayzr Revelations. If you have no interest in any of these areas of knowledge, perhaps you know someone who does have some "intellectual curiosity" and might enjoy reading what will be offered—or hate what will be offered, but enjoy trying to disprove it.

Just remember this—Xrayzr promotes peaceful reform in all areas of human thought and behavior—especially in the realms of religion and government. If a person believes he must defend his religion, or his nation's system of government, or his homeland by being offensive and physically attacking others within their own homelands—he doesn’t understand what "defense" means. A national government that causes war in other nations does not have a "defense system". It has an "offensive system".

If you think you've heard everything about any or all of these areas of knowledge—you have a lot of surprises coming.

Biology, life

Craniology, characteristics of the skull

Cytology, biological cells

Ecology, interrelationships between living organisms and their environment

Microbiology, microorganisms

Teratology, wonders, or monsters

Theology, GOD, God, and other gods

Ideology, ideas

Bibliology, books; the Bible

Codicology, manuscripts

Historiology, writings and practices of historians

Lexicology, signification and application of words

Atomology, atoms

Barology, weight and gravitation

Cosmochronology, age of stars

Cosmology, cosmos

Heliology, Sun

Nanotechnology, design of machines at the molecular level

Ontology, existence

Planetology, planets

Radiology, rays, usually ionizing radiation

Angelology, angels

Astrobiology, search for extraterrestrial life

Chronology, the order of time

Climatology, climate

Diabology, devils

Draconology, dragons

Entomology, insects

Exobiology, life in outer space

Geochronology, age of the Earth

Geology, Earth

Geomorphology, present-day landforms

Herpetology, reptiles and amphibians

Hydrogeology, underground water

Ichnology, fossil footprints, tracks and burrows

Ichthyology, fish

Lithology, rocks

Meteorology, weather

Mineralogy, minerals

Oceanology, oceans

Ornithology, birds

Orology, mountains and their mapping

Paleoanthropology, ancient humans and human origin

Palaeichthyology, extinct fishes

Paleobiology, ancient life

Paleoclimatology, climates of the geological past

Paleodendrology, fossil trees

Paleoecology, ecology of ancient organisms

Paleoentomology, fossil insects

Paleogeology, buried geological features

Paleohydrology, past hydrologic systems

Paleology, antiquities

Paleo-ornithology, fossil birds

Paleo-osteology, ancient bones

Paleopathology, diseases of the past

Paleopedology, early soils

Paleophytology, fossil plants

Paleontology, ancient creatures

Paleotempestology, ancient storms

Paleozoology, ancient animals

Seismology, earthquakes

Selenology, moon, a branch of astronomy

Speleology, exploration of caves

Volcanology, volcanoes

Xenobiology, extraterrestrial life

Anthropology, humans, mankind

Cryptozoology, animals that may or may not be mythical

Ethnology, race

Etymology, word origins

Genealogy, relationships within families

Gerontology, old age

Glaciology, glaciers

Grammatology, writing systems

Lepidopterology, butterflies and moths

Mythology, myths

Palynology, pollen

Typology, classification

Xylology, wood

Aetiology, causation of disease

Allergology, causes and treatment of allergies

Bacteriology, bacteria

Epidemiology, origin and spread of diseases

Gastroenterology, diseases of the stomach and intestines

Immunology, immune system

Microbiology, microorganisms and their effects on humans

Oncology, cancer

Pathology, diseases

Symptomatology, symptoms

Thanatology, physical, psychological and social problems associated with dying

Virology, viruses

Astrology, influence of celestial bodies on earthly affairs

Cerealogy, crop circles

Demonology, demons

Mythology, myths

Parapsychology, phenomenon that defy conventional scientific explanations

Phantomology, supernatural beings

Ufology, unidentified flying object (UFO) phenomena

Archaeology, revelation of past cultures through the analysis of material remains

Egyptology, ancient Egyptians

Ethnology, race

Onomatology, names

Phonology, speech sounds

Pyramidology, pyramids

Nomology, law

Penology, prison management and criminal rehabilitation

Polemology, wars

Momiology, mummies

Christology, Messiah / Christ

Dendrochronology, age of trees and the records in their rings

Dendrology, trees

Hematology, blood

Histology, living tissues

Serology, blood serum

Sindonology, shroud of Turin

Hypnology, sleep (also somnology)

Epistemology, nature and origins of knowledge

Oneirology, dreams

Terminology, the usage and study of terms


Criminology, the scientific study of crime

Endocrinology, internal secretory glands

Neurology, nerves

Neurophysiology, functions of the nervous system

Osmology, smells and olfactory processes

Pharmacology, drugs

Psychology, mind and behavior

Embryology, embryos

Mammology, mammals

Oology, eggs

Ethology, animal behavior

Physiology, bodies, usually of animals

Phytology, plants; botany

Primatology, primates

Sexology, sex

Theriogenology, animal and reproductive systems

Gynecology, women’s reproductive health

Sociology, society

Venereology, venereal diseases

Proctology, anus and rectum

Aretology, virtue

Axiology, nature of values and value judgments

Herbology, therapeutic use of plants

Musicology, music

Neurology, nerves

Oenology, wine

Teleology, ends or final causes

Eschatology, final events in the history of the world, or of mankind

Symbology, symbols

Archology, government

Irenology, peace

Sociology, society

Alphabetology, significance of letters of the alphabet

Eschatology, death, resurrection, afterlife, etc.

Garbology, garbage and refuse disposal

Satanology, Satan

Thanatology, death

Soteriology, doctrines of salvation

And many more categories that aren't labeled as "ologies".