[Origin: 2009; < L < ME Cesidi(o) + an Salubri(s) +
(o)logy, the science or study of that which is
conducive or favorable 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'.
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. 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.
The word Cesidian Salubriology was coined on 11 February 2009 (V:16B2009) by the Hon Most Rev Dr Cesidio Tallini.