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1611
The King James Version of the Bible was first published.




1892
Manfred, Freiherr (baron) von Richthofen (the “Red Baron”), Germany’s top aviator and leading ace in World War I, was born in Breslau, Germany (now Wrocław, Poland).

2011
Osama bin Laden—founder of the militant Islamist organization al-Qaeda and mastermind of numerous terrorist attacks, notably the September 11, 2001, attacks—was killed by U.S. forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

Religion and war… Day after the day of fertility you have a day of possession of land and souls, as an echo of sorts…
The Louisiana Purchase was today also…. Makes you go hummm.

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1814
At the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (Tohopeka, Alabama) in the Creek WarAndrew Jackson and his 3,000 troops defeated the Creek Indians, slaughtering more than 800 warriors and imprisoning 500 women and children.


Creek War, (1813–14), war that resulted in U.S. victory over Creek Indians, who were British allies during the War of 1812, resulting in vast cession of their lands in Alabama and Georgia. The Shawnee leader Tecumseh, who expected British help in recovering hunting grounds lost to settlers, traveled to the south to warn of dangers to native cultures posed by whites. Factions arose among the Creeks, and a group known as the Red Sticks preyed upon white settlements and fought with those Creeks who opposed them. On August 30, 1813, when the Red Sticks swept down upon 553 surprised frontiersmen at a crude fortification at Lake Tensaw, north of Mobile, the resulting Ft. Mims Massacre stirred the Southern states into a vigorous response. The main army of 5,000 militiamen was led by Gen. Andrew Jackson, who succeeded in wiping out two Indian villages that fall: Tallasahatchee and Talladega.

Creek-War A lot of our true history is not taught to children, as its glossed over on its truly ugly parts (for a good reason for young minds). Unless you take serious College/Post-secondary history classes, or your an avid history reader, you rarely see the truth. The sad truth that what we did to the American Indian on their own land, was as bad if not worse than WWII Jewish and other minority losses at the hands of the Germans inside Germany at camps Dachau and a few other small internal camps
Then once they annexed Poland they made Auschwitz and it may have killed about as many Jews as we killed American Indians if you add the other minorities they executed on a lesser scale that were prisoners from almost every ethnic group in Europe as the grounds of other countries were annexed. We did the same genocide just without Germany efficiency and not all at once. but we were much more thoroughly genocidal in the end. We stole our country from a less educated but no less human race. If you ask me they had a paradise of sorts in their simple living, that was stolen piece by piece, as those who were not happy in Europe migrated to the new promised land. History books tend to tell the story in the eyes of the victorious that hides the crimes in war.
Cowboy and Indian movies never tell you that Native American’s didn’t have horses until they were brought here. Indians rarely had horses. Unless somebody was gathering and arming them against us like the Brits were.
Not until they were bred in large numbers that some made it to freedom, and then wild populations were large enough in number for native Americans to get enough together to fight back on the same terms. Take a close look at the basics of this war. Early on well before the big paybacks like Custer’s last stand, after the wild ones had time to multiply.. Notice how the article is bias as if they the Indians were some highly technical invader coming to sneak in and take advantage. Oh wait.. that is us and see they try to reverse the true colors War is war, we were no less ruthless, in fact maybe more in the big picture, as we were pushing them farther and farther on foot into unwanted lands.

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The Creek War, (1813–14), war that resulted in U.S. victory over Creek Indians, who were British allies during the War of 1812, resulting in vast cession of their lands in Alabama and Georgia. The Shawnee leader Tecumseh, who expected British help in recovering hunting grounds lost to settlers, travelled to the south to warn of dangers to native cultures posed by whites. Factions arose among the Creeks, and a group known as the Red Sticks preyed upon white settlements and fought with those Creeks who opposed them. On August 30, 1813, when the Red Sticks swept down upon 553 surprised frontiersmen at a crude fortification at Lake Tensaw, north of Mobile, the resulting Ft. Mims Massacre stirred the Southern states into a vigorous response. The main army of 5,000 militiamen was led by Gen. Andrew Jackson, who succeeded in wiping out two Indian villages that fall: Tallasahatchee and Talladega.

The following spring hundreds of Creeks gathered at what seemed an impenetrable village fortress on a peninsula on the Tallapoosa River, awaiting the Americans’ attack. On March 27, 1814, at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (Tohopeka, Ala.), Jackson’s superior numbers (3,000 to 1,000) and armaments (including cannon) demolished the Creek defenses, slaughtering more than 800 warriors and imprisoning 500 women and children. The power of the Indians of the Old Southwest was broken.

At the Treaty of Ft. Jackson (August 9) the Creeks were required to cede 23,000,000 acres of land, comprising more than half of Alabama and part of southern Georgia. Much of that territory belonged to Indians who had earlier been Jackson’s allies.

spring hundreds of Creeks gathered at what seemed an impenetrable village fortress on a peninsula on the Tallapoosa River, awaiting the Americans’ attack. On March 27, 1814, at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (Tohopeka, Ala.), Jackson’s superior numbers (3,000 to 1,000) and armaments (including cannon) demolished the Creek defenses, slaughtering more than 800 warriors and imprisoning 500 women and children. The power of the Indians of the Old Southwest was broken.

At the Treaty of Ft. Jackson (August 9) the Creeks were required to cede 23,000,000 acres of land, comprising more than half of Alabama and part of southern Georgia. Much of that territory belonged to Indians who had earlier been Jackson’s allies.

1958
Nikita Khrushchev replaced Nikolay Bulganin as premier of the Soviet Union.

Russia has no need to try and rule or conquer America and vice versa but the game of war is big money and the nuclear weapon became a stupid game of mutually assured destruction. Vladimir Putin once said if America were to try and invade Russia he would nuke the east European Russian borderline countries. The ones who broke away after becoming westernized by the softening of the political line held by the collapsed Communist USSR. “A line from the Baltic Sea to the Black sea” he said. That runs right through them.

The thing is though that neither country would want to invade and the science needed a big money excuse like a ‘huge mutual threat”. So it turns out that they both needed to hide money for black book programs for space. Both countries new that we were being visited by E.B.E.s early on. Some were attracted by radio and television signals, and some who were attracted to our use of nuclear weapons. From what I can channel from my “Angels” it’s not because of the energies but the fact it was used on living creatures and that sends a type of energy shock wave through higher dimensional planes. Humanoid Lifeforms who can see distentions like 5th and 6th dimensional forms that we cant.. These beings can do this type of Star Trek beaming travel. Pop out of a ball of light like “The terminator” time travel, and this is verified by government documents that were leaked.

The sun is a big nuclear furnace but it’s natural , the gravity holds most of the damaging radiation in except for UV. Nothing with an eternal soul is standing in the radiation that is damaging to it. We have really bad karma for killing souls not just bodies. (According to my friendly familiar spirits anyway) .. There are a bunch of people coming forward now because its the best way to prevent execution if you know to much. The Gaia Channel, and a bunch of independent networks and YouTube television channels is full of truth but surrounded by a mass of blithering idiots and fakes..
I needed to learn to hear my spirit friends to be able to discern the truth and in the process of my Ascension Alchemy I learned to hear the right vibration by the right spirits. Both Angels – spirits and E.B.E’s are real and there are many types of each. We have passed a gateway into an age of incredible change.

Also water at usable temperatures is as valuable to space faring races as gold is, if you realize how few and far between planets with similar characteristics is for space nomads. Some don’t need ships, because they can travel on a dimensional thread. Truly there is a bright ball of light that starts small and grows into a big enough ball to carry the entities They pop out of it and say their piece and leave the same way… This is how Joseph Smith the Mormon prophet explained visitors who popped into a jail he was caught in, in Liberty Missouri. His first visitors in Upstate New York he said stood in a pillar of light. This sounds similar to Hologram devices in development today.

It was my fathers obsession to go visit these places when I was in early grade school. We moved to Liberty and Independence Missouri.
That’s another story for another day.
This post grew so big…. I’ll proof again later because the dog begging for a walk.

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Debut of the Billboard magazine pop album chart
Exxon Valdez Alaskan oil spill

With the debut of the Billboard magazine pop album chart, American pianist and singer Nat King Cole‘s King Cole Trio became the first record album to appear at No. 1.

On this day in 1989, the oil tanker Exxon Valdez ran aground, spilling some 11 million gallons (41 million litres) of oil into Prince William Sound in Alaska and creating the largest oil spill in U.S. history up to that time.

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Nat King Cole
, an American musician who first came to prominence as a jazz pianist but who reached enormous popularity with his warm, relaxed, somewhat breathy-voiced ballad singing, was born.

St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, died this day in 461, according to legend, and now his feast day is celebrated widely in Ireland and the United States.

On this day in 1992, nearly 69 percent of white South African voters backed F.W. de Klerk‘s reforms—which included the repeal of racially discriminatory laws—and effectively endorsed the dismantling of apartheid.

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1945 U.S. Marines captured the Japanese island of Iwo Jima during World War II.

2014 In a popular referendum, Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine and join the Russian Federation; despite opposition from numerous countries, Russia later annexed the region.

1926 American comedian Jerry Lewis, whose unrestrained comic style made him one of the most popular performers of the 1950s and ’60s, was born.

Speaking of Funny… 1995
Mississippi ratified the Thirteenth Amendment—which abolished slavery—130 years after it was added to the U.S. Constitution; however, Mississippi’s ratification was not made official until 2013, when the state notified the U.S. Archivist.

1802 The United States Military Academy at West Point, New York—one of the oldest service academies in the world—was originally founded as a training centre for the U.S. Corps of Engineers.