As we approach the 10-year anniversary of 9/11

Those of you who have kindly purchased The Synchronicity Code are aware of the precise “Surprise Attack” cycle that links 9/11, the 1993 WTC bombing, the start of the Korean War, and Pearl Harbor, as well as the 2010 North Korea torpedo attack (which was forecast in advance of its occurrence). This sequence is one of the best proofs of the Synchronicity Code theory that one could find.

We now approach the 10 year anniversary of 9/11. It is NOT a part of the Surprise Attack cycle, so we are not expecting anything of that nature. However, there is a Power of Ten aspect that could result in some event of significance. The best historic example of this is the start of World War II, which fell almost exactly 10 years after the peak of the stock market in 1929. This was the basis of what I referred to as the “Omigod” cycle in the book. What was interesting about that cycle was that the “meaning” of the events, separated by 10 years, was not financial, or about war, it was just plain about something ominous that had big ramifications. In the case of 9/11, it was a “surprise”, but it was also a big negative event that set in motion actions that continued for years, including formation of the Department of Homeland Security with all its new security measures, the Afghanistan War and the Iraq War.

Taking Lao Tzu’s advice, we don’t “predict”, but we do “know”. We know that a possible sequence could unfold here. I would be on the look out for a big adverse event that comes out of nowhere. Some possible clues for what this might be could be found by looking at late summer/early fall events back in 1961, 1951, 1911. I also would not be “surprised” if a natural disaster or major storm happened, starting very soon.

Of course, it could be nothing.

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