Saturday, March 22, 2014

March 22 and the Creation of the United States of America: Reflections on history with what we know now.

March 22 is the date of two major historic events in our nation's history.  These two dates are arguably the most important in how the United States of America came to be as we know it, or so the history goes.
  • Indian Massacre, also known as the Jamestown Massacre.
  • The Stamp Act
In total, these two events had a great impact on shaping the nation.  In the case of the Jamestown Massacre, two major cultural phenomenon occurred; people of the region began to refer to themselves as 'Virginians' and anti-Native, anti-Indian sentiments began to spread through publications and papers.
  • Indian = 9+5+4+9+1+5 = 33
The date of the Indian Massacre was March 22, 1622.
  • March 22 = 3+2+2 = 7
  • 1622 = 1+6+2+2 = 11
  • 7 and 11
The testimony of what happened at Jamestown, came from John Smith.
  • John = 10+15+8+14 = 47
  • Smith = 19+13+9+20+8 = 69
    • Jamestown = 1+1+4+5+1+2+6+5+5 = 30, reduces to 3
On March 22, 1765, another shaping event for the future United States of America would occur.  The Stamp Act was passed, imposing a tax on citizens of British territories in North America.  The purpose of the tax was to pay for the Seven Years War that had just concluded.  The war was also known as the French and Indian War even though it was fought between France and England.
  • Indian = 9+5+4+9+1+5 = 33
The Stamp Act is what gave way to the Boston Tea Party, and the seeds of the Revolutionary War; a war that would end with an outcome of a Declaration of Independence, and not long after, 13 founding colonies.  The Boston Tea Party took place in Boston, Massachusetts, December 16, 1773.
  • Boston = 2+6+1+2+6+5 = 22
  • Massachusetts = 4+1+1+1+1+3+8+3+1+5+2+2+1 = 33
More recently in history, "Obamacare" or the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was passed on a rare Sunday night congressional vote, March 21 EST, but March 22, 2010, Universal Standard Time, where our Illuminati masters lurk.  It was passed by the 111th United States Congressional Congress.  The bill was said to be based on Mitt Romney's Massachusetts State Government, again Massachusetts is one of three "thirty-three" States; Delaware, Massachusetts, Hawaii.