Predicting the future

The Synchronicity Code is a new discovery, so the list of future events which have been forecasted in advance of their occurrence is still in its infancy.  Nevertheless, some very notable, documented instances have already occurred.  They include:

1.  June 28, 2009 marked the next date in a timeline called the “Versailles Cycle,” which is connected to major treaties or political events. The previous Mark on this cycle was hit on June 28, 2004 when the U.S. formally transferred sovereignty back to the Iraqi people.  On the exact TimeMark 5 years later, in 2009, Iraq itself celebrated what it considered the true restoration of sovereignty, upon the departure of the U.S. military from significant parts of the country.  It is the coincidence of meaning with the 2004 event that makes this prediction incontrovertible.

2.  March 27, 2010. A “surprise attack” was predicted for March 27, 2010.  On March 26th, North Korea sank a South Korean ship by torpedo, killing 46 sailors.  This timeline also had its precursor, 60 years earlier. That was when  North Korea launched its surprise invasion of South Korea sparking the Korean War.  See The Synchronicity Code book for more on the Surprise Attack cycle, which is perhaps the single most compelling piece of evidence of the validity of the Synchronicity Code theory found to date.

3.  April 26, 2010. On Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 2:11 p.m., the author of The Synchronicity Code sent an email which documented a prediction that the current stock market rally could not end until April 26, 2010 at the earliest.  Exactly on that day, on April 26, 2010, the market made a top and proceeded down for months.

Pending predictions described in the book include:

A.  A Superconductivity Breakthrough

B.  A Major Art Theft

C.  Political Change/Uprising in China

D.  The Next Bill Gates

E.  World War III

F.  Space disaster

G.  The Next Birth of a Great Sage

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