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Hellmantle's Chronology of World History


qCa. 30,000BC: Historians cannot explain the leap in the human species, evolving from homo sapiens to homo sapiens sapiens, believing man's physiology had taken a giant step forward

qCa. 12000BC: The last Ice Age ends

q6500BC: Beginning of civilization in Sumeria, Tigress-Euphrates-River delta, a culture curiously advanced for its time on the world stage, with a spiritual belief system acknowledging Gods not from earth and worshipping Lilith: the first human

q3600BC: Ancient Egypt blossoms into a civilization displaying advanced engineering skills, firm belief in the afterlife, and knowledge of the stars incongruous with its historical zeitgeist. Games such as chess and playing cards came from Egyptian ingenuity

q1850BC: Abraham born in Sur, modern-day Iraq

q1813BC: God speaks to Abraham, asking him to prove his faith when asked to kill his son Isaac. Just before Abraham is about to slay his child, God intervenes and is satisfied with the faith and fervor of Abraham thus making him the forefather of a nation through whom all the families of the earth would be blessed

q1782BC: Jacob is Isaac's son and chosen by God as the father of the Twelve Tribes of Israel, with Jacob prophesizing the fate of each tribe

q1633BC: Hebrews conquered and taken to Babylon

q1583BC: Released from Babylonian captivity, Old Testament started, with scribes copying the story of creation and the Garden of Eden from the Sumerians

q764BC: King David's reign, the Israelites flourishing in Palestine

q702BC: King Solomon and the building of the Temple said to be designed exactly to God's specifications, of which a mini replica was built in Scotland called Roslyn Chapel, complete with Desposyni symbols and anti-Roman sentiment

q690BC: The Queen of Sheba visits from Ethiopia and has an illegitimate child with King Solomon, taking the baby back with her where that bloodline remains in power up to this century with the assassination of Haille Salassie in 1968, thus explaining the Israelite heritage of that country

q686BC: King Rehoboan, the son of King Solomon, takes power of the Israelite kingdom which divides the Twelve Tribes of Israel into the House of Judah as the Southern Kingdom, and the House of Israel as the Northern Kingdom. They war against each other until the ten tribes of the House of Israel flee Palestine during the Diaspora

q683BC: The Diaspora, the ten tribes of the House of Israel go to Scythia in the Caucasus in modern-day Georgia where they lived for centuries. These ten tribes are the ancestors of Reuben, Asher, Dan, Naphtali, Benjamin, Issacher, Zebulon, Simeon, Gad, and Joseph who was favored by Jacob-Israel so his two sons Ephraim and Manasseh are included. The House of Israel lived in Scythia where over time they were lost to history, which is why they are referred to as The Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. They finally began migrating to Northern Europe in 331AD

q586BC: After an attack on the royal palace, the scribe Jeremiah brings the surviving three daughters of the chosen Royal Zarrah line to Ireland where Princess Tara marries the Celtic king Fergus the Great on the Hill of Tara, bringing the royal line and the red rampant lion to the British Isles

q420-365BC: Confucius spreads his message of conscientious morality through the country sides of China leaving a footprint on the character of the world's most populous country

q415BC: Greek culture flourishes with centers for learning, sophistry and wisdom, mathematics and geometry, and appreciation for art and applied gymnasia. Their democracy is envied but five out of six Athenians are slaves

q405BC: Alexander the Great from Macedonia conquers most of the known world only to stall when facing the impassable Himalayas, but he spreads the Greek language to the Near East bringing ideas and peoples together that produced cultures of splendor long after his untimely death at 33

q331BC-449AD: After 800 years of servitude in Scythia, the ten tribes of the House of Israel migrate for the next hundred years to Northern Europe after the Persian Empire fell. Lost to history for centuries, they come to be known as Celts, Scandinavians, Franks and Gauls.

q312BC: Plato returns after traveling the known world for 14 years after his teacher Socrates drank hemlock rather than going to jail. Plato founds his school The Academy, which had the wordsknow thyselfwritten over the door

q278BC: Gautama Buddha walked away from his life as a rich prince to meditate in the forests for 25 years before returning to spread his wisdom, his followers recording over 86,000 anecdotes and parables to achieve nirvana and mastering the art of not generatingsankaras(reactions)

q17BC: John the Baptist is born, destined to be the one to announce the Coming of the Messiah. His mother Elizabeth was the sister of Jesus' mother Mary

q7BC: Jesus (real name Joshua) is born March 1stin Bethlehem, the same day as Jesus' identical twin brother Jude, known in history as Doubting Thomas, Jude Thomas, Didymus Thomas and the Beloved Disciple

q1BC: James is born, known in history as James the Disciple, Joseph of Arimathea and Saint James, or Santiago in Spanish, he is the younger brother of Jesus

q6AD: Jesus leaves Palestine at 13 years old that commenced what is called The Lost Years of Jesus.' It is believed he went to India where he studied scriptures and learned the art of healing

q36AD: Jesus returns to Palestine and is baptized by John the Baptist in the River Jordan. Jesus begins His ministry in earnest, gathering disciples to spread His message, his primary thrust to gather his lost flock: the Lost House of Israel

q37AD: Rides into Jerusalem on an ass to fulfill the prophecies in the Book of Isaiah, predicting He will be crucified and rise on the third day

q37AD: Pontius Pilate washes his hands and leaves the Fate of Joshua the Nazarene to the ruling Pharisees, asking them who they want him to set free. They choose the prisoner Barabbas over Jesus, and then order His crucifixion. It is on this same Friday that Jesus is hung on a crucifix, ingests snake venom from a sponge handed to Him on the cross concocted by the Disciple Simon Magus, cries out for Elijah and then passes out. The next morning on Saturday, Jesus, who avoided having his legs broken by Roman soldiers because He was believed to be dead, is taken down from the crucifix, a few of His disciples citing the Torah and demanding that any dead Jew must be buried on the Sabbath. Joseph of Arimathea is granted permission to remove Jesus' body and puts him in a newly made stone tomb on the family's property

q37AD: On Sunday Pilate orders the tomb sealed to avoid martyrdom, and rioting of followers of Jesus. The next day two men see Jesus walking on the road, only realizing later that it was Him

q37AD: Later that week Jesus meets His disciples and is challenged by Doubting Thomas whether He is alive or a ghost, but Jesus proves he is flesh and blood, telling them He is hungry.

q38AD: Jesus disappears from Palestine. It is rumored that He followed his identical twin brother Jude Thomas to Syria, Mesopotamia and then to northern India

q40-50AD: Mary Magdalene takes her three children to Marseilles in France, beginning what becomes the legend of the Black Madonna

q56AD: Britain finally comes under the yoke of the Roman Empire but efforts to subdue the Scots fail, eventually causing Emperor Hadrian to construct a wall along the northern border of England

q66-70AD: Simon Kohkbar's rebellion is crushed by Roman soldiers, ending agitation and simmering tensions between the Hebrews and Romans

q78AD: Jesus is believed to have died of old age in Kashmir Valley where he lived with his twin brother Jude Thomas at a monastery

q50-80AD: The missing "Q" Document is written, believed to be The Gospel of Thomas, which was discovered in 1945

q90-170AD: The New Testament was compiled, using the Gospels of Matthew, Luke, Mark and John as the official canon of Jesus' message, all of them citing the source "Q" Document as their source. Jesus and His disciples long gone, none of them had ever seen Jesus

q90-140AD: Saul, thepseudoapostalorumknown in history as Paul, has his conversion and dedicates himself to promoting a slightly different message of Jesus. This begins the tampering of His real message, the new strain of thought is known as Pauline Christianity

q228AD: Israelites from the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel begin leaving southern Russia to settle in Northern Europe

q200-300AD: Rome's armies cannot bring the fierce Germanic Tribes under their control

q325AD: The Roman Emperor Constantine the Great at the Council of Nicea votes to make Jesus the product of a virgin birth, the Son of God and votes to create the Trinity

q410: The Visigoths sack Rome and then settle in southern Gaul and Spain

q400-664: Celtic Christianity flourishes in Ireland and then Scotland, warrior monks trained by Saint Columba pilgrimage to Europe every year eventually founding over forty monasteries in France, Germany and Switzerland, often heard playing bagpipes all the way to the Mediterranean

q450: The Angles and Saxons and Juts finish settling in the British Isles with their Celtic cousins

q468: The Roman Empire collapses into two entities, the West and the East, never to reunite into the strong governing force it once was. Some speculate the reason for its downfall running out of firewood from chopping down Europe's forests

q664: The Synod of Whitby was the beginning of the end for Celtic Christianity, once as strong as Rome but differing in beliefs

q694: Muhammad emerges as the prophet for God's untainted message, the last prophet and the correct message as it is recorded in the Koran

q700-1000: Vikings dominate trade and sea routes, establishing bases in Dublin, Sicily, and modern-day Chechnya, sometimes acting as policemen for the Silk Road

q711: Spain is taken over by the Moors of North Africa

q878: Attila the Hun attacks Europe and conquers Hungary, which for the first time in European history unites Europeans against a foreign foe

q889: A Swedish Viking tribe called the Rus sail down the Volga River and take control of Moscow, which is where the word Russia' comes from

q892: Charles Martel, the grandfather of Charlemagne, leads an army against a Muslim attack designed to take over Europe

q925: Danish Vikings led by Rollo begin the Siege of Paris, surrounding the city for a year until the French King grants them a piece of land they call Normandy

q969: After concerted effort by Danish Vikings attacking and plundering coastal towns along the eastern coast of Britain, an agreement is reached wherebyDanelawcame into affect, giving the Vikings their own rule in the towns they had taken

q1062-1064: Norse Vikings live in Canada on Newfoundland atLanse-de-Meadows, which they call Vinland. They leave after only two years

q1065: The Knights Hospitaller is created to help pilgrims hurt or in need on their way to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem

q1066: The Norman Conquest of England led by William the Conqueror from Normandy

q1099: The First Crusade begins from Saint Sulpice in northern France, inspired by the spiritual father Saint Bernard de Clairvaux, and led by the Merovingian Hughes de Payens

q1100: King Baldwin the First is crowned King of Jerusalem but dies after a year, the crown taken over by his crusader brother Godfrei de Boullion

q1106: The Nine Worthies of the First Crusade find hidden sacred geometry after digging for seven years under King Solomon's stables in Jerusalem, ushering in a new era of church construction and castle building

q1109: The Knights Templar are created, and given special privileges by the Pope. They secretly believe in the True Message of Jesus

q1137: Pope Innocent the Second issues a bullChristianae fidei religiothat enables theKnights of the Hospitalto accumulate both land and money. The Hospital of St. John, as it was also known, lend monies to King Louis VII of France for the disastrous Second Crusade

q1157: The Cathars on the southeast coast of Spain on the Bay of Lyon are massacred for Gnosticism, which was anathema to the dogma established by Rome

q1215: The Magna Carta is finished that took an inventory of the wealth of the country, its resources and holdings

q1224: The Prior de Sion is formed by ex-crusaders and Merovingian royalty to protect the True Message of God as preached by Jesus the Nazarene

q1307: Dagobert the Third, the last of the Merovingian Long-Haired Kings, is assassinated by soldiers sent by the Catholic Church

q1315: The Knights Templar are excommunicated by Pope Clement the Fifth and burnt on the stake on Friday the 13th, some escaping to Scotland. The Templars had become a powerful bank by lending large sums to Rome

q1325: The Scots defeat the English at the Battle of Stamford Bridge to protect their sovereignty after decades of forays into Scottish territory to take their land

q1415: Henry the Fifth scores a brilliant victory over the French at the Battle of Agincourt when his fletchers with long bows decimate the French troops

q1466: The Spanish Inquisition forces non-Christians to convert or confess or be burnt at the stake, a smokescreen to kick out Sepheratic Jews from the country

q1492: The Italian Christopher Columbus reaches America, and Spain kick the Moors back to North Africa after 700 years of occupation

q1525: William Caxton invents the printing press that makes the Bible and other works of religion and philosophy available to the reading layman

q1526-1528: Francisco Coronado explores the interior of America up as far as Idaho in his search for gold in el Dorado

q1527: Martin Luther posts his beefs on a church door beginning the Protestant Reformation and the Thirty-Year's War that kills nearly one-third of Europe's population. Many look to Rome for leadership but they only see overt militancy and oppression causing towns and cities to fall apart in an orgy of bloodshed

q1537: The Conquistador Pizarro conquers the Incas and the Spanish build an empire in South America searching for gold and burning valuable manuscripts from the ancients

q1560-1616: The works of Shakespeare change the landscape of literature and English culture, his portfolio of plays being compiled nine years after his death by his fellow actors

q1565: Martin Luther translates the Holy Bible into German, marking the first breach from Rome and the beginning of its loss of power

q1566: Francisco de Orellana becomes the first European to cross South America down the Amazon River. After being attacked by female warriors, Orellana names the river the Amazon from the Greek word meaning female warriors'

q1581: The Renaissance is in full swing after Galileo publishes his theory of the Earth's orbit and Leonardo da Vinci paints the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper, and the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Da Vinci also becomes president of the Prior de Sion

q1595: Sir Walter Raleigh founds the British colony of Virginia after the Virgin Queen Elizabeth, vowing to dedicate himself to the greater glory of Britain only to end up a prisoner in the Tower of London for nearly ten years for making advances on the wrong courtesan in the royal palace

q1615: The Jesuits are created by Saint Francis of Assisi that will serve God, deliver His Message and help build new communities throughout newly conquered Catholic lands

q1616: Vasco de Gamma sails around the Cape of Good Hope and establishes a Portuguese colony in Goa, India making it Europe's first colony in Asia

q1625: New France is founded in Canada by Samuel de Champlain, fulfilling the Israelite prophecy of findingLa Merica, or "the place beyond the sea," which they called The Promised Land

q1642: James Cook discovers Australia and the west coast of America by circumnavigating the Pacific Ocean before he is killed by an arrow in Hawaii

q1644: The French mathematician Rene Descartes postulates the foundation of new Western philosophical thought with the words: "I think therefore I am," prompting David Hume to write his influentialAn Inquiry Into Human Understanding,the book that awakens Immanuel Kant from his "dogmatic slumber"

q1647: Father Jean de Brebeuf becomes a martyr at the hands of hostile Mohawks invading Lake Huron in Canada with Dutch supplied guns, his courage in the face of such savagery unmatched in the Vatican records in the bookJesuit Relations

q1648: Henry the Eighth breaks from Rome and establishes England's own Anglican Church. This opens the doors to countless denominations of Christian thought

q1649: The Jesuit Paul Rageneau establishes a Jesuit mission on Manitoulin Island where Lake Huron and Georgian Bay meet. This mission on the world's largest freshwater lake in the center of the Great Lakes makes it the farthest European outpost in the New World

q1664: Miguel Cervantes publishesDon Quixote, the first and one of the best novels the world has ever seen

q1666: The Great Fire of London destroyed most of the city but also helped eradicate the disastrous Bubonic Plague that had raged for three years on its shores killing untold millions

q1668: Dante publishesParadise Lost, taking literature to new heights and confronting the dogma of Roman Catholic rule

q1670: The founding of the Hudson's Bay Company by Pierre Radisson, opening up the Canadian west to fur traders and explorers. From these trading posts the British name all land west Prince Rupert's Land, named after the king's cousin and friend of explorer Pierre Radisson

q1679: The Hanseatic League is formed by the two most powerful sea-faring countries in the world, the British and the Dutch. Created to manage different spheres on influence on the waterways and in world trade, it is regarded as a forerunner of the United Nations

q1689: The Salem Witch Hunts reach a fervor in the Thirteen Colonies, in an astonishing flurry of ad hoc justice by priests rumored to be wired onergot: the mould on rye bread

q1699: The assumption of power by the House of Hanover in Great Britain

q1701: The passing of the Land Act to encourage nobility to settle Northern Ireland, a crucial geo-political stronghold in the Irish Sea and economic windfall from its ship-building expertise and whiskey distilleries

q1720-1802: Immanuel Kant evolves Western philosophical thought with books such asThe Critique of Pure Reason, the first explicit argument for the Big Bang theory

q1740-1776: A wave of Puritans and Quakers escaping religious oppression become pioneers in the Promised Land, creating the backbone of New England

q1756: A the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, the British defeat the French to take control of New France, founding Upper Canada and Lower Canada

q1776: Thomas Payne fuels the fire of rebellion with his pamphlet on human rights that culminates in the American Revolution, seen as the maturing of the New World with a progressive new style of governance

q1798: The French Revolution begins a new epoch of democratic republics after more revolutionary efforts from Thomas Payne

q1804-1882: Arthur Schopenhauer developed his bookThe World As Will and Ideafor the rest of his life after earning his doctorate in Germany, finally getting the recognition he deserved from the leading thinkers of his time two years before his death

q1805-1812: With zeal and tactical brilliance, Napoleon Bonaparte conquers most of Europe while emulating Merovingian Kings by adopting the bee as his official symbol and wearing his hair long. Thwarted by the Duke of Wellington in costly campaigns in the Pyrenees, Napoleon is still able to lay waste to the continent, killing so many men that the average height of a Frenchman went from six feet to five-foot five after the wars. He eventually loses his last effort to take power in 1815, and dies young on the island of Corsica from arsenic in his hair lotion

q1812-1813: The War of 1812 causes over 70,000 Empire Loyalists to cross into the dominion of Canada to fight for the King. The British with their native allies defeat the Americans effort to take control of the entire continent, winning the war after a decisive battle at Fort George on the Niagara River

q1823: British Forces fought the First Boxer Rebellion in China that opens the way to establishing trading posts on Shamian Island. The Thirteen Colonists took possession of the island in the Pearl River to conduct trade

q1824: Joseph Smith Senior is guided by God to uncover buried gold tablets in Upstate New York. After fulfilling his promise to secure witnesses he reburied the gold tablets and started the Mormon religion first in Ohio. Killed while trying to escape jail, his deputy Brigham Young took the young devotees to Salt Lake City in Utah where it has become the fastest growing religion in the world

q1834-1839: The Irish Potato Famine forces millions of Irish to emigrate to colonies. The Irish who went forth to begin a new life changed the demographics of the globe forever

q1844-1900: Friedrich Nietzsche overturns old conventions of morality and philosophizes with a hammer in his works likeThus Spake Zarathustra,Twighlight of the IdolsandThe Antichristbefore his mental and physical breakdown from syphilis at the age of 45

q1847: The Vatican dismantles the Jesuits that cause blackrobes around the world to abandon immaculate churches and centers of enlightenment to robbers and ransackers

q1858: Charles Darwin elects to horseback across the cowboy plains of southern Argentina in an act of fearless investigation of natural science, but he is bitten by an insect that weakens him for the rest of his life. Fortunate to have an inheritance, he works from home on two books that hasten the paradigm of religious thought

q1860-1865: The American Civil War produces more deaths than any war in history, leaving the country weak and divided. After the violence ceased they saw France take over Mexico for four years under Maximillian the First

q1867: George Custer is ordered to enter the sacred Black Hills of the Sioux and Dakota tribes insisting there is gold to be found. This one act stirs up resentment to a fever pitch that would profoundly affect the future of the country and the lives of Custer and the Sioux

q1869: Darwin publishesOrigin of the Speciesthat creates vehement debate among fundamentalist Christians who believe in the Story of Creation, and independent thinkers

q1870-1890: The American West opens up to settlers, transforming the country and displacing millions of Native Americans

q1871: After the Franco-Prussian War sees the emergence of the nation of Germany that was to change the face of Europe

q1872: The Colt pistol is invented, a six-round shooter that takes the evolution of warfare one step ahead

q1876: The Battle at Little Big Horn horrifies the country after years of killing when General George Custer and 216 of his men were killed to the last man. Both Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull respected Custer for his courage, he was the only soldier not to be scalped.

q1882: The Canadian Pacific Railway is completed that connects the Atlantic to the Pacific and provides a much-needed transportation route to British Columbia, which the Americans want to take after acquiring Alaska from the Russians

q1883: Kit Carson, Brigadier General during the Civil War, is given the task of subduing the mighty Navaho Indians from their stronghold in Arizona, which he accomplishes in less than a year and a half by burning their crops. Respected by the natives and fluent in many local dialects, the Navaho Chief approached him alone on his horse and said: "Otter, you are an honorable white eye. You have fought a smart campaign. We are hungry and have no more food. Where do we go brave man?" The Navaho went to a reservation and the war was won without one casualty

q1890: The Battle of Wounded Knee ended the Native American's fight against the waves of immigrants and signified an end to their way of life. The stubborn Sioux, Blackfoot and Arapaho reluctantly entered into life on a reservation with sub-par government support

q1895: Ancient goldmines in Zimbabwe are discovered that historians believe are thousands of years older than Sumerian civilization

q1898: Japan takes over the Chinese province of Taiwan, taking the first step towards its goal of colonial expansion in Asia

q1898: The Spanish-American War ends when America gains control of many Spanish holdings in the New World such as Texas and New Mexico, as well as the Philippines in Asia

q1899-1902: The Boer War starts the century of warfare with brutal violence for control of the vast mineral wealth of South Africa. The British introduce concentration camps into war vernacular, where entire families of Boers, mainly women and children, die from disease and malnutrition

q1903: Americans take control of the Panama Canal from the French who are over budget and having technical difficulty completing the project, and in doing so gain one of the most valuable and profitable waterways in the world

q1904: Thomas Edison creates the light bulb which changed the way people live after receiving over a thousand refusal letters. "It was the invention of the light bulb in a thousand steps," he said

q1905: The French invent the kinescope, the precursor to the new art form of feature film. It opens a new channel of communication further eroding Rome's hold over the distribution of information and morality

q1914-1918: The Great War brings men to new heights of terror with poison gas and trenches, but the Canadian Army came to age when it took the strategic stronghold of Vimy Ridge in three days, suffering 12,000 casualties compared to French efforts that cost over 280,000 lives during a five-month battle. Canadian Forces earned the nicknameStormtroopersby their German foe

q1917-1918: Lawrence of Arabia proves his mettle and manipulates the "sideshow" of the war to bring the land and power back into Arab hands, bitterly disappointed after the war when he hears of the Sykes-Picot agreement that distributes the land back into the hands of the French and the British. Lawrence retires from the rank of colonel to work as a mechanic in the air force. He dies from a motorcycle accident only weeks after retiring to his cottage in the country

q1919: The Spanish flu kills over 19 million people around the world

q1919-1936: The Volstead Act brings a criminal underworld to the surface, supplying the raging thirst of settlers tired of authority

q1923: The Wright Brothers successfully test an airplane that overturns the old ways of travel

q1926: Albert Einstein publishes hisTheory of Relativitythat suggests time travel is possible

q1928: The Rosetta Stone is found in Egypt with Latin, Greek and Hieroglyphics etched into it, enabling archaeologists to translate countless slabs of stone.

q1936: The Nazda Plains are discovered by a pilot in a helicopter when flying over southern Peru. Archaeologists are dumbfounded to discover an ingredient in the white chalk outlining the images etched into the earth is non-indigenous to earth

q1939-1945: World War Two destroys lives, countries and people's hopes, leaving only carnage and blood after six years of fighting, ending with the awesome power of the atomic bomb and never finding Martin Bormann

q1939: A Russian pilot flying over Mount Arafat sees a large boat sticking out of the ice on the side of the mountain, thinking it must be Noah's Ark, but subsequent searches yield nothing. It is believed snowfall obscured it from the naked eye

q1949: Chinese nationalist forces lose mainland China to the communists led by Mao Zedong, leaving for Taiwan and vowing to retake the country. Before they left the army of Chen-Kai-Shek looted the banks and withdrew cultural relics from museums, leaving nothing behind

q1950-1952: The Korean War erupted with China supporting the north and America supporting the south, a struggle to contain the spread of communism that still remains a live war

q1952: The first computer was built by Alan Turing that would evolve into the personal computer. The Internet Age arrives thirty years later bringing the world's largest library to your fingertips

q1954: The Battle of Dien Bien Phu ended with the French defeat at the hands of the Viet Mingh, ending French rule in Indochina after over 150 years

q1956-1960: The Cultural Revolution in the People's Republic of China destroys temples and pagodas in an effort to secure communist power and get rid of icons that might compete with Mao's mighty word. Neighbors turn on neighbors as the fabric of society is torn apart

q1962: The Russians launch Sputnik, boggling minds around the world that a satellite was orbiting the earth but also showing that space above our heads is free to use if you have the technology

q1964: L Ron Hubbard publishes the first book on Scientology, a spiritual testament to the effective use of scientific method in the investigation to quell ills of the spirit

q1965: India is given back self-rule by the British but draws a line on the map to separate Hindus and Muslims along the Indian-Pakistan border that results in millions being killed in a bloodbath of revenge and religious hatred

q1969: Neil Armstrong becomes the first man to walk on the moon, conveyed to the world space travel is possible and a moon station is not a pipe dream

q1973: Authors ofHoly Blood, Holy Graildiscover a hidden scroll in a church column in Rennes-de-Chateau, which ushers in a new era in the decimation of Rome's power

q1975-1978: The Great Leap Forward fails miserably, starving tens of millions of Chinese from insufficient food supplies and bad central planning

q1982: The bestsellerHoly Blood, Holy Grailwas published to a storm of criticism throughout the world, making the front page and stirring people to outrage at the revelations of secret societies and other truths that exist in the face of Rome's oppression

q1987: Similar to the Rosetta Stone, archaeologists discover a stone with three languages that provides a cipher to translate thousands of cuneiform tablets found in old Sumeria, one Sumerian word directly translating as: "vehicle going up to the sky"

q1989: The human genome project is declared a success, and biologists predict the genome will be decoded within twenty years that will open doors to cures for ailments that still beset mankind

q1997: El Nio announces to the world that environmental destruction and irresponsible corporate polluting are directly affecting weather systems and the ecological balance that nurtures mankind. It foreshadows a world littered with toxic debris that will cause a long list of diseases

q2001: The World Trade Towers, the symbol of global cooperation and informed debate, is destroyed by terrorist bombings that cause America to become militant. No longer a free nation, homeland security laws turn the once-loved country into a combat zone, festering from within and disliked on the international stage

q2002: SARS, originating from southern China from the unhygienic chicken breeding methods of the industrious Chinese, spreads across the world closing down universities and showing the world that everyone now lives in an age where all is interconnected

q2002-2010: America's war on terror is revealed as a smokescreen for a propaganda putsch against Muslims, stirring up resentments and hatreds that will ripple for decades. It has bankrupted the country; the government does not have enough money to pay their citizens pensions, which has produced fear of instability and has raised questions about the effectiveness of laissez-faire economics

q2009: A nuclear disaster in Japan leaves the world stunned as immeasurable amounts of radioactive waste escapes from a plant polluting Asia and America, killing untold thousands

q2010: Swiss scientists successfully split the electron and they discover that when all parts of the smashed electrons are collected and weighed, there is an inexplicable loss of mass, suggesting there is an unknowable or unquantifiable ingredient on our cells that call theGod Particle

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NOTE: Any student of history can see that numerous dates are inaccurate in Hellmant'es chronology, which is a good example of his state of mind and how his Aspergers had affected his perspective and interpretation of history.

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