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The Maid of Orléans Rides Again?

Jeanne d’Arc Enters Orléans on April 29, 1429 @ 8:00 pm This 539 year cycle thing is fascinating, at least to me. Here’s what David Wilcock wrote: Joan of Arc’s key battle ended on May 8, 1429. Although she and … Continue reading

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Forgive Your Brother, Even If It Takes 539 Years

Battle of Świecino (September 17, 1462) This is a novel idea, at least for me. The Great Year of 2,160 can be divided equally into four parts, less a year, creating a repeatable cycle of events (every 539 years). This … Continue reading

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A Giant of a Hero for the British Side in 1812

Sir Isaac Brock (October 6, 1769 – October 13, 1812) Standing at 6′ 2″, with a wide girth, Major-General Brock was an easy target for an American sniper that day at the battle of Queenston Heights in 1812. The shot … Continue reading

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When Alexander the Great Conquered Persia

Battle of Gaugamela (October 1, 331 BC) This is an historic battle for many reasons, but the most obvious is that a Macedonian army defeated the Persians in their own back yard. And the Persians under Darius III had the … Continue reading

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Hannibal at the Gate

He Took the Long Route to Rout the Roman Army History, eh? We may find it boring, but there are always moments in time when the impossible happens, and the whole concept of military warfare gets turned on its head. … Continue reading

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