January 15, 2010

What Can We Expect From 2010 Universal Year 3?

Let's look back on past 3 Universal Years(also reffered to as world year in this blog) and see if we can find more patterns that would give us clues on what we can expect for 2010. If you have read my last post this is the timeline I was talking about. If you have not, I recommend you read the post below this one to understand why I am posting these events. We have so far some earthquake connections but there is so much more to the 3 vibration so let's start examining...

3 Keywords: Big News, Entertainment,technology, Major News In Sports, Big Headline News, Legends, Celebrities, Dramatic Events

Three Universal Year Timeline

January In a 3 Universal Year = A 4 month in a 3 year. The three and the four energies are almost opposite type of energies. The 3 is all about communication and all those keywords above, while the 4 vibration is about hardwork and laying a foundation down. The 4 is about serious business and work, while the 3 is an entertaining energy. Could this be why disasters commonly occur in January when the world is in a 3 year? I know I am talking in numbers, but hope everyone is following me so far.

January 1902 - 4 month, 3 Year

January 1 – The first college football bowl game, the Rose Bowl between Michigan and Stanford, is held in Pasadena, California.

January 23 – A snowstorm at Mount Hakkoda, northern Honshu, Japan, kills 199 during a military training exercise.

January 1911 - 4 month, 3 Year

(found no events on wikipidea that matches three vibration)

January 1920 - 4 month, 3 Year

January 1 – Babe Ruth is traded by the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees for $125,000, the largest sum ever paid for a player at that time. (Adjusted for inflation, that equals $3,125,000 as of January 1, 2009.)

January 13 – The New York Times ridicules the American rocket scientist Robert H. Goddard. The newspaper had to publicly take it all back later in 17 July 1969 when the Apollo crew landed on the Moon.[2]

January 30 – The oldest surviving pro wrestling match on film happens, with Joe Stecher defeating Earl Caddock.

January 1929 - 4 month, 3 Year

(found no events on wikipidea that matches three vibration)

January 1938 - 4 month, 3 Year
1st - The Merrie Melodies cartoon short Daffy Duck and Egghead is released

January 16 – Two landmark live recordings are produced this day: the very first of Mahler's Ninth by the Vienna Philharmonic under Bruno Walter in the face of dire circumstance; and Benny Goodman and his orchestra become the first jazz musicians to headline a concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

January 25 – A brilliant aurora borealis described variously as "a curtain of fire" and a "huge blood-red beam of light" startles people across Europe and is visible as far south as Gibraltar.

27th - German War Minister Field Marshal Werner von Blomberg resigns, following the revelation that his new wife had previously posed for pornographic photos.

January 1947

January 15 – Elizabeth Short, an aspiring actress nicknamed the "Black Dahlia", is found brutally murdered in a vacant lot in Los Angeles. The case remains unsolved to this day.

January 19 – A shipwreck near Athens, Greece kills 392.

January 25 – A Philippine plane crashes in Hong Kong, with $5 million worth of gold and money.

January 1956

January 26 – The 1956 Winter Olympic Games open in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. A total of 32 nations participated in the Games, which was more than any Winter Olympics until that time.

January 20 – Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in for his own full term as U.S. President.


January 4 – Citing executive privilege, U.S. President Richard Nixon refuses to surrender 500 tapes and documents which have been subpoenaed by the Senate Watergate Committee.

January 19 – In college (men's) basketball, Notre Dame defeats UCLA 71–70, ending the Bruins' record 88-game winning streak.

January 30 – In his State of the Union Address, U.S. President Richard Nixon declares, "One year of Watergate is enough."


January 2 – The musical Annie is performed for the last time after 2,377 shows at the Alvin Theatre on Broadway, New York City.

January 3 – Kilauea begins slowly erupting on the Big Island of Hawaii and is still flowing as of 2009.

January 19 – Apple Inc. releases the Apple Lisa personal computer.

January 22 РBjörn Borg retires from tennis after winning 5 consecutive Wimbledon championships.

January 26 – Lotus 1-2-3 is released for IBM-PC compatible computers.


January 8 – George H. W. Bush is televised falling violently ill at a state dinner in Japan, vomiting into the lap of Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa and fainting.
January 11 – Singer Paul Simon is the first major artist to tour South Africa after the end of the cultural boycott.

January 13 – Japan apologizes for forcing Korean women into sexual slavery during World War II.
January 22 – Rebel forces occupy Zaire's national radio station in Kinshasa and broadcast a demand for the government's resignation.
January 26 – Boris Yeltsin announces that Russia will stop targeting United States cities with nuclear weapons.
January 26 – Super Bowl XXVI: The Washington Redskins defeat the Buffalo Bills 37–24 at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Notice!!!!!! In the 20th century there were no reported earthquakes in the 3 universal year for the month of January. Some consider 2000 to be the first year of the century while the Gregorian calender considers 2001. No matter what you consider the first year, there is something that happens at the turn of the century that changes things. It is as if a whole new era is ushered in with 20th centuary. An era so unique it cannot compare to the past centurires. 2001 is the first universal 3 year of the century, so we can only compare it to 2010, which is still in progress, but we can still look back for clues. Maybe in the 3rd! millennium beginning 2000 has something to do with it?


January 1 – A black monolith measuring approximately 9 feet tall appears in Seattle, Washington's Magnuson Park, placed by an anonymous artist in reference to the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.

January 8 – Noah, a gaur, is born, the first individual of an endangered species to be cloned.

January 11 – The U.S. Federal Trade Commission approves the merger of America Online and Time Warner to form AOL Time Warner.

January 13 – A 7.6 magnitude earthquake hits all of El Salvador, killing at least 800 people and leaving thousands homeless.

January 15 – Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, launches on the internet.

January 26 – An earthquake hits Gujarat, India, killing more than 12,000.
January 28 – Super Bowl XXXV: The Baltimore Ravens defeat the New York Giants 34–7, winning their first Super Bowl title.


January 12 – A 7.0 magnitude earthquake occurs in Haiti, devastating the nation's capital, Port-au-Prince

Source of Events: Wikipedia

I will be posting past February's in a 3 Universal Year soon...

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