Based on studies in general systems theory, looks at a series of geophysical effects appearing on Earth at the moment of collinearity of three celestial bodies as phenomena in a subsystem, i.e. the Earth affected by changes or realignments of parts in a much greater system. In addition, some initial observational evidence on gravitational abnormality, occurring at the time of total solar eclipses, is given. Since these effects cannot be explained by using Newton’s theory of gravitation or by Einstein’s general theory of relativity, they are called post‐Einstein gravitational effects. Using examples, shows that when three celestial bodies line up collinearly, there also exist some resonance regions on Earth and that superpositions of these kinds of abnormal resonances have obvious triggering effects on many natural disasters of extraordinary scales. Finally, a conjecture on the gravitational mechanism of these effects is proposed.
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