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  1. Absolutely. Middle East: Phoenicia (where we get our alphabet from), Judea, Babylon, Sumeria, Assyria, Persia, and the Brahman civilizations of ancient pakistan and india which had running water thousands of years before the Romans or Greeks (of which we still have been unable to decipher their written language). Africa: Carthage, Kemet, Nubia, Ethiopia, the Mali Empire, Zulu Empire. Possibly a vast, ancient empire (atlantis?) occupied the modern Sahara dessert causing widespread desertification from over exploitative top-soil depleting/eroding agriculture practices that we'll never know a thing about due to thousands of years of sand build up. But yeah, civilization started in Africa, spread to the middle east then Europe. Not the other way around. Fertile crescent ring a bell? Middle easterners were discovering astronomy and mathematics while Europeans were burning witches at the stake and believed the earth was the center of the universe. The modern middle east is just a depiction of what the futures of Europe or North America will be: Super highly concentrated areas of wealth surrounded by widespread poverty and ignorance supported by tyranny and oppression. I recommend you read "The Ruins of Empires" by the french philosopher C.F. Volney. Islam is merely a symptom, not the cause of the problem. The problem being thousands of years of human moral rot and cultivation of cupidity. Which is widespread across the entire species, not isolated among cultural, religious, or ethnic lines. Please explain to me the difference in "civilization": Dubai: http://wisefounder.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Dubai-City-Most-Popular-Attractions-Visit.jpg New York: http://travelnoire.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/o-NEW-YORK-CITY-WRITER-facebook.jpg
  2. As many of all of you know, on 9/27/15 there was a super harvest blood moon. An alignment of three lunar events to end a tetrad of blood moons over the past two years. Well this morning while checking the stock market, I noticed some interesting patterns that occurred in the market yesterday (9/28), the day after the blood moon. When looking back at the one year timeline of the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 9/28, you'll notice that the market low for the year is curiously 15,666. http://s15.postimg.org/j465v84iz/Dji1y9_28_15_2.jpg When looking back at the two year timeline of the DJIA from 9/28, you'll notice that the market low for the entire two year period is also curiously 14,777 http://s15.postimg.org/t5flia6zv/Dji2y9_28_15_2.jpg Interesting also is the Nasdag open and high for 9/28 opening at 4,665.06 and then peaking at 4,665.21 before falling the rest of the day. Interesting because it opened just shy of 4,666 and .21 is .07x3. Or numerologically speaking; 7x3 or 7+7+7 or 777. http://s15.postimg.org/6qxx2248b/nasopen9_28pat.jpg Further adding to the mystery is that the one year low occurred on August 24th, 2015 or 8/24. 24 = 8x3 or 8+8+8, 24 is also a multiple of 6. 6x4, or 6+6+6+6. So a market low of 15,666 occurred on a day that is numerologically 6+6+6+6? http://s15.postimg.org/r256am76z/Djilow1y.jpg And the two year low occurred on October 7, 2013. October is the 8th month of the year on the Julian Calendar not August, which is what the modern Gregorian calendar is derived from. So the two year market low as of 9/28 totaled 15,777 on 10/7/13 (another interesting pattern for this date: 7+3=10+3=13), October being the 8th month in Roman times. http://s15.postimg.org/eosc3phij/djilow2y.jpg (*please note the graph depicts 15,776 as the low for that day and 15,777 as the low for the two years. 15,776 probably rounds up when including decimals) So are all these loosely connected patterns coincedental and by mere chance? Or is this pattern perhaps deeper and suggesting something to us? I don't think one should overlook the esoteric significance and symbolism of the numbers 6, 7, and 8, numerical triplets and tetrads, and subsequently the numbers 666 or 777 when attempting to answer this question. Regardless of the possible divine communication inherent in numerology or numbers, when observing the DJIA over the past 10 years it certainly appears like we're in the midst of a massive stock market "correction"(bust/implosion). http://s15.postimg.org/vy8t2b7cb/Dji10y9_28_15trend.jpg Personally I believe coincidence is just God's way of staying anonymous. edit: sorry for the links, tried to embed the images but not entirely sure how
  3. I can't remember the source, but I think I remember reading or hearing that Saturn is the only planet that emits electromagnetic energy distinctly towards Earth. If the ancient Irish celts are correct, in that every action taking place within in our realm of existence has a physical, mental, and spiritual aspect to it, this emitted energy could have much more implications besides a "random" scientific curiosity. I personally believe the planets are conscious entities themselves. http://www.science20.com/news_articles/why_does_saturn_radiate_twice_energy_it_absorbs_sun
  4. The hajj appears to me to be a covert saturnian ritual (millions of people rotating clockwise around a black cube; i.e. saturn and its rings), and this could possibly have been a human sacrifice. I think most organized religions have their root with the Roman temple of saturn which might descend from Babylonian dagon worship and Philistine moloch worship.
  5. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/09/pilgrims-killed-hajj-stampede-mina-mecca-150924082302232.html Numbers probably not final yet but over 300 killed and 400 injured in hajj stampede in Saudi Arabia. Sounds to me like saturn's influence on group think was used to stage a mass human sacrifice in defiance of the creator's wrath which caused the crane to collapse a week or so ago. The hajj is one giant saturnian ritual as it is.
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