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Oahspe The Book of Judgment Chapter II:
9. Let no man concern himself as to whether it be the spirit of himself or an angel; for it is only the subject uttered which is of value. In this day all things shall stand on their own merit and not on a supposed authority.
13. It is wiser for the spiritual-minded to keep to themselves, especially when communing with Jehovih and His angels.

A'ji (Gau), semi-dark. There are places in the firmament of heaven...Arji (Poit). When the earth passeth through A'ji (Panic), it aggregateth and groweth. An abundance of Dar'ji in the firmament giveth a cold year upon the earth. In the years of Ar'jon mortals became warriors.
...Save your prophets understand A'ji they cannot tell what the next year will be.

Oahspe Book of Cosmology and Prophecy: Chapter III:
14...Nevertheless, the sum of heat and cold and the sum of light and darkness are nearly the same, one generation with another. This was, by the ancient prophets, called the FIRST RULE IN PROPHECY. This was again subdivided by three, into eleven years, whereof it was found that one eleven years nearly corresponded with another eleven years. This was the SECOND RULE IN PROPHECY. The THIRD RULE was NINETY-NINE YEARS, whereto was added one year.
16...In periods of thirty-three years, therefore, tables can be constructed expressing very nearly the variations of vortexya for every day in the year, and to prophesy correctly as to the winters and summers, so far as light and darkness, and heat and cold, are concerned...the wonderful differences between the heat of one summer compared with another, and of the difference in the coldness of winters, as compared with one another. Of these also, tables can be made. Winter [cold, a'ji] tables made by the ancients were based on periods of six hundred and sixty-six years [or 66 years], and were called SATAN'S TABLES, or the TIMES OF THE BEAST. Tables made on such a basis are superior to calculations made on the relative position of the moon [or the planets].
Oahspe Book of Cosmology and Prophecy: Chapter III:14, Harmonic multiples and divisions of the first rule of prophecy:
Pages 4 and 8 of THE UNIFIED CYCLE THEORY (How Cycles Dominate the Structure of the Universe and Influence Life on Earth) by Stephen J. Puetz, 2009 says "Cycles exhibit harmonics of three. Take the period of cycles, multiply by three, and the next larger cycle results [33 x 3 = 99-100]. Conversely, take cycle...divide it's frequency by three, and the next smaller cycle appears [33 / 3 = 11]. Extra-Universal Wave Seriers (EUWS). EUWS...The length of each child-wave can be calculated by dividing the length of its parent wave by 3."
Cycles = Prophecy
Structure of the Universe = Cosmogony-Cosmology
Divisible by 3 reverse mathematics:
The reverse of any number that is divisible by three (or indeed, any permutation of its digits) is also divisible by three. For instance, 1368 and its reverse 8631 are both divisible by three.
21 x 3 = 63, reverse = 36 / 3 = 12. 17 x 3 = 51, reverse = 15 / 3 = 5. (321 x 3 = 963, reverse = 369 / 3 = 123. 123 is also the reverse of 321)
The child cycle is a harmonic fractal of the parent cycle.
Page 420 of The Elegant Universe (Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory) by Brian Greene (2003, 1999) Glossary of Scientific Terms:
Reciprical. The inverse of a number; for example, the reciprical of 3 is 1/3.


Prediction - Prophecy - Prophetic numbers (times) - Solar-sub-galactic cycles
11 year solar vortex sub-galactic radiation (dan) cycle.
The numbers of a'ji on the Orachnebuahgalah (prophecy plate of Oahspe) are within 90% of a multiple of 11, with 1 100% match, and 3 98% plus matches.
a'ji numbers = 20, 30, 36, 66, 280, 666.
Multiples of 11 = 22, 33, 66, 275, 671.
20 / 22 = 90.9%
30 / 33 = 90.9%
33 / 36 = 91.66%
66 / 66 = 100.0%
275 / 280 = 98.21%
666 / 671 = 99.25%
Average = 95.15% match
The numbers of a'ji on the Orachnebuahgalah plate are within 90% of a multiple of 10, with 3 100% matches, and 4 99% plus matches.
20 / 20 = 100%
30 / 30 = 100%
36 / 40 = 90%
66 / 70 = 94.28%
280 / 280 = 100%
666 / 670 = 99.40%
Average = 97.28% match
11 year a'ji cycle + 11 year dan cycle = 22 year full cycle = years from highest up-spike to lowest down-spike average (21.6 years).
11 year parent cycle divided by 3 = child cycle of 3.6 years = 1 year up-spike, 1 year down-spike, 1 year inbetween spikes or even = 3 or 4 years.
Solar variation is the change in the amount of radiation emitted by the Sun (see Solar radiation) and in its spectral distribution over years to millennia. These variations have periodic components, the main one being the approximately 11-year solar cycle (or sunspot cycle). The changes also have aperiodic fluctuations.[1]
Oahspe Book of Cosmogony and Prophecy chapter VIII:
2. Ethe, being the time of light, is named dan;...
Oahspe says Neither light, nor heat,...cometh from the sun to the earth...
Light is a condition of those needles being polarized within the Master vortex.
Oahspe Book of Cosmology and Prophecy Chapter I:
34. Were the sun planet extinct, the master vortex would instantly make another sun. As the lines of vortexya are in currents from the outer toward the interior, so do the solutions of corpor take the shape of needles, in the master, pointing toward the centre, which condition of things is called LIGHT [polarized needles]; and when these needles approach the centre, or even the photosphere, the actinic force thereof is called HEAT [compression of needles or mass x acceleration = force, mass x velocity = energy/heat].
OAHSPE: Book of Cosmogony and Prophecy CHAPTER VIII:
12. So that whether the vortices show approaching light [dan] or approaching darkness [ji'ay or a'ji] the prophet must bear in mind the grades of peoples.
Low solar-sub-galactic radiation (dan) = cold down spikes (a'ji) on earth = increased geophysical activity (earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes), increased major tornadoes, increased homicide (murder) rates and mass violence, increased chance of wars, conflict, increased chance of economic downslides (depressions, recessions, stock market crashes). Low points in radiation last about 2 years, solar-sub-galactic radiation cycle is about 10-12 years (11 years average), a harmonic sub-division of 22.
11 and 22 is the fundamental base of the prophetic numbers 33, 66, 88, 99 + 1 = 100, 200, 400 etc..
1976 low point in solar radiation = cold down spike, 1985-1986 low point in solar radiation
= 1985 down spike, 1996 low point in radiation = 1996 down spike = 2006 low point in radiation = 2006 down spike, 2008 down spike (10-12 year cycle).
Matches 10-11 year multiples of a'ji numbers on ORACHNEBUAHGALAH plate of Oahspe.
The bottom solar radiation chart shows the cycle lowest point was at 2008 which was a down-spike year.
2008 down-spike low-point radiation cycle events:
The Great Recession[1] (also referred to as the Lesser Depression, [2] the Long Recession,
[3] or the global recession of 2009[4][5]) is a marked global economic decline that began in December 2007 and took a particularly sharp downward turn in September 2008.
Earthquakes with 50,000 or More Deaths
2008/05/12 Eastern Sichuan, China 87587 7.9 At least 69,195 people killed, 374,177 injured and 18,392 missing and presumed dead in the Chengdu-Lixian-Guangyuan area. More than 45.5 million people in 10 provinces and regions were affected. 
2008 = down spike
2008 had the most earthquakes worlwide (31,777) from 2000-2012.
Number of Earthquakes Worldwide for 2000 - 2012
Located by the US Geological Survey National Earthquake Information Center
The next low point in the cycle will be 2019-2021.
2019-2021 = should be a down spike period, with increased chance of economic depression-recession, stock market crash, earthquakes, etc...
Next 10-12 year low (down-spike) solar-sub-galactic radiation cycles (a'ji)
2008 + 11-12 = 2019-2020
2019 + 10-12 = 2029-2031
2030 + 10-12 = 2040-2042
2048 = 200 year sub-cycle Dan (light)

List of historic tsunamis
This article lists notable historic tsunamis, which are sorted by the date and location that the tsunami occurred, the earthquake that generated it, or both.
Because of seismic and volcanic activity at tectonic plate boundaries along the Pacific Ring of Fire, tsunamis occur most frequently in the Pacific Ocean, but are worldwide natural phenomena.
Before 1001 AD [but after 600 B.C. for weather/climate data]
426 BC: Malian Gulf, Greece[edit source | editbeta]Main article: 426 BC Malian Gulf tsunami
In the summer of 426 BC, a tsunami hit the Malian Gulf between the northwest tip of Euboea and Lamia.[6] The Greek historian Thucydides (3.89.1-6) described how the tsunami and a series of earthquakes intervened with the events of the raging Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC) and correlated for the first time in the history of natural science quakes and waves in terms of cause and effect.[7]
426 BC = cold down point (a'ji)
79 AD: Gulf of Naples, Italy[edit source | editbeta]A smaller tsunami was witnessed in the Bay of Naples by Pliny the Younger during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.[9]
79 AD = down point
365 AD: Alexandria, Eastern Mediterranean[edit source | editbeta]Main article: 365 Crete earthquake
In the morning of July 21, 365 AD, an earthquake of great magnitude caused a huge tsunami more than 100 feet (30 m) high. It devastated Alexandria and the eastern shores of the Mediterranean, killing thousands and hurling ships nearly two miles inland.[11][12] The Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus (Res Gestae 26.10.15-19) describes in his vivid account the typical sequence of the tsunami including an incipient earthquake, the sudden retreat of the sea and a following gigantic wave:
365 AD = down spike
684 AD: Hakuho, Japan. Japan is the nation with the most recorded tsunamis in the world.[citation needed] The number of tsunamis in Japan totals 195 over a 1,313 year period (thru 1997), averaging one event every 6.73 years, the highest rate of occurrence in the world.[citation needed]
The Great Hakuho Earthquake was the first recorded tsunami in Japan. It hit in Japan on November 29, 684. It occurred off the shore of the Kii Peninsula, Nankaido, Shikoku, Kii, and Awaji region. It has been estimated to be a magnitude 8.4 [15] It was followed by a huge tsunami, but no estimates on how many deaths.[16]
684 AD = down point cold
1293: Kamakura, Japan Magnitude 7.1 Quake and tsunami hit Kamakura, Japan's de facto capital, killing 23,000 after resulting fires
1293 = down spike cold (below normal)
1303: Eastern Mediterranea. 1303 Crete earthquake
A team from Southern Cross University in Lismore, New South Wales, Australia, has found geological evidence of five tsunamis that have hit Greece over the past 2000 years. "Most were small and local, but in 1303 a larger one hit Crete, Rhodes, Alexandria and Acre in Israel."[17]
1303 = inbetween up but cold below normal
1605: Keichō Nankaido, Japan. 1605 Keichō Nankaido earthquake
On Feb 3 of the Keichō era, an 8.1 Quake and tsunami hit 700 houses (41%) at Hiro, Wakayama Prefecture washed away. 3,600 drowned in Shishikui area. Awa, wave height 6-7m. 350 at Kannoura 60 at Sakihama drowned, wave height 5–6 m and 8–10 m, respectively. Total more than 5,000 drowned. An enormous tsunami with a maximum known rise of water of 30 m was observed on the coast from the Boso Peninsula to the eastern part of Kyushu Island. The eastern part of the Boso Peninsula, the coast of Tokyo Bay, the coast of the prefectures of Kanagawa and Shizuoka, and the southeastern coast of Kochi Prefecture suffered especially heavily.[15]
1605 = down spike cold (a'ji)
1607: Bristol Channel, Great Britain. Bristol Channel floods, 1607
On 30 January 1607, approximately 2,000 or more people were drowned, with houses and villages swept away and an area estimated at 200 square miles (520 km2) was inundated. Until the 1990s, it was undisputed that the flooding was caused by a storm surge aggravated by other factors, but recent research indicates a tsunami.[21] The probable cause is postulated as a submarine earthquake off the Irish coast.
1607 = down spike
1771: Yaeyama Islands, Okinawa, Japan. 1771 Great Yaeyama Tsunami
An undersea earthquake of estimated magnitude 7.4 occurred near Yaeyama Islands in the former Ryūkyū Kingdom (present day Okinawa, Japan) on 4 April 1771 at about 8 A.M.. The earthquake is not believed to have directly resulted in any deaths, but a resulting tsunami is thought to have killed about 12,000 people (9313 on the Yaeyama Islands and 2548 on Miyako Islands according to one source [27]). Estimates of the highest seawater runup on Ishigaki Island, range between 30 meters and 85.4 meters. The tsunami put an abrupt stop to population growth on the islands, and was followed by malaria epidemics and crop failures which decreased the population further. It was to be another 148 years before population returned to its pre-tsunami level
1771 = inbetween up but cold
1833: Sumatra, Indonesia[edit source | editbeta]Main article: 1833 Sumatra earthquake
On 25 November 1833, a massive earthquake estimated to have been between 8.8-9.2 on the moment magnitude scale, struck Sumatra in Indonesia. The coast of Sumatra near the quake's epicentre was hardest hit by the resulting tsunami.
1833 = down point (border cold)
1855: Edo, Japan. 1855 Ansei Edo earthquake
The following year, the 1855 Great Ansei Edo Quake hit (Tokyo region), killing 4,500 to 10,000 people. Popular stories of the time blamed the quakes and tsunamis on giant catfish called Namazu thrashing about. The Japanese era name was changed to bring good luck after 4 menacing quake/tsunamis in 2 years.
1855 = down spike
1883: Krakatoa, Sunda Strait, Indonesia. 1883 eruption of Krakatoa
The island volcano of Krakatoa in Indonesia exploded with devastating fury on August 26–27, 1883, blowing its underground magma chamber partly empty so that much overlying land and seabed collapsed into it. A series of large tsunami waves were generated from the collapse, some reaching a height of over 40 meters above sea level. Tsunami waves were observed throughout the Indian Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, and even as far away as the American West Coast, and South America. On the facing coasts of Java and Sumatra the sea flood went many miles inland and caused such vast loss of life[33] that one area was never resettled but reverted to the jungle and is now the Ujung Kulon nature reserve.
1883 = down spike
1906: Tumaco-Esmeraldas, Colombia-Ecuador. The 1906 Ecuador-Colombia earthquake triggered a tsunami that killed 500 people in Tumaco and Esmeraldas and struck Colombia, Ecuador, California, Hawaii and Japan. Waves were 5 meters high.
1906 = up-spike but much below normal cold
1908: Messina, Italy
The aftermath of the tsunami that struck Messina in 1908.The 1908 Messina earthquake in Italy, triggered a large tsunami that took about 123,000 lives.[34]
1908 = small up-spike but much below normal cold
1923: Kanto, Japan. Great Kanto Earthquake
The Great Kanto Earthquake, which occurred in eastern Japan on 1 September 1923, and devastated Tokyo, Yokohama and the surrounding areas, caused tsunamis which struck the Shonan coast, Boso Peninsula, Izu Islands and the east coast of Izu Peninsula, within minutes in some cases. In Atami, waves reaching 12 meters were recorded. Examples of tsunami damage include about 100 people killed along Yuigahama beach in Kamakura and an estimated 50 people on the Enoshima causeway. However, tsunamis only accounted for a small proportion of the final death toll of over 100,000, most of whom were killed in fire.
1923 = small up-point but much below normal cold
1929: Newfoundland
On November 18, 1929, an earthquake of magnitude 7.2 occurred beneath the Laurentian Slope on the Grand Banks. The quake was felt throughout the Atlantic Provinces of Canada and as far west as Ottawa and as far south as Claymont, Delaware. The resulting tsunami measured over 7 meters in height and took about 2½ hours to reach the Burin Peninsula on the south coast of Newfoundland, where 28 people lost their lives in various communities. It also snapped telegraph cables laid under the Atlantic.[35]
1929 = down spike cold much below normal (a'ji)
1933: Showa Sanriku, Japan. 1933 Sanriku earthquake
On March 3, 1933, the Sanriku coast of northeastern Honshū, Japan which had already suffered a devastating tsunami in 1896 (see above) was again stuck by tsunami waves as a result of an offshore magnitude 8.1 earthquake. The quake destroyed about 5,000 homes and killed 3,068 people, the vast majority as a result of tsunami waves. Especially hard hit was the coastal village of Taro (now part of Miyako city) in Iwate Prefecture, which lost 42% of its total population and 98% of its buildings. Taro is now protected by an enormous tsunami wall, currently 10 meters in height and over 2 kilometers long. The original wall, constructed in 1958, saved Taro from destruction of the 1960 Chilean tsunami (see below). However it failed to protect Taro from the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami which inundated the village with 12–15 meters of water.[36]
1933 = down spike cold below normal cold (a'ji)
1944: Tonankai, Japan. 1944 Tōnankai earthquake
A magnitude 8.0 earthquake on 7 December 1944 about 20 km off the Shima Peninsula in Japan, which struck the Pacific coast of central Japan, mainly Mie, Aichi, and Shizuoka Prefectures. News of the event was downplayed by the authorities in order to protect wartime morale, and as a result the full extent of the damage is not known, but the quake is estimated to have killed 1223 people, the tsunami being the leading cause of the fatalities.
7 December 1944 = is borderline between 1944 up-spike and 1945 sharp down drop in temp.
7 December 1944 = up-spike-sharp down drop borderline
1946: Aleutian Islands. 1946 Aleutian Islands earthquake
On April 1, 1946, the Aleutian Islands tsunami killed 159 people on Hawaii and five in Alaska (the lighthouse keepers at the Scotch Cap Light in the Aleutians). It resulted in the creation of a tsunami warning system known as the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC), established in 1949 for Oceania countries. The tsunami is known as the April Fools Day Tsunami in Hawaii due to people thinking the warnings were an April Fools prank.
1946 = down spike cold
1960: Valdivia, Chile[edit source | editbeta]Main article: 1960 Valdivia earthquake
The magnitude-9.5 Great Chilean Earthquake of May 22, 1960 is the strongest earthquake ever recorded. Its epicenter, off the coast of South Central Chile, generated one of the most destructive tsunamis of the 20th Century. It also caused a volcanic eruption.
The tsunami spread across the entire Pacific Ocean, with waves measuring up to 25 meters high. The first tsunami arrived at Hilo approximately 14.8 hrs after it originated off the coast of South Central Chile. The highest wave at Hilo Bay was measured at around 10.7 m (35 ft). 61 lives were lost allegedly due to people's failure to heed warning sirens.
Almost 22 hours after the quake, the waves hit the ill-fated Sanriku coast of Japan, reaching up to 3 m above high tide, and killed 142 people. Up to 6,000 people died in total worldwide due to the earthquake and tsunami.[37]
1960 = down-spike
1964: Niigata, Japan. The 1964 Niigata earthquake in Japan killed 28 people, and liquefacted whole apartment buildings. A subsequent tsunami destroyed the port of Niigata city. ja:新潟地震
1964: Alaska, USA. 1964 Alaska earthquake
After the magnitude 9.2 Good Friday Earthquake, tsunamis struck Alaska, British Columbia, California, and coastal Pacific Northwest towns, killing 121 people. The waves were up to 100 feet (30 m) tall, and killed 11 people as far away as Crescent City, California. This happened on March 27, 1964. The incident was covered in Dennis Powers' The Raging Sea: The Powerful Account of the Worst Tsunami in U.S. History (ISBN 0806526823).
1964 = down-spike cold much below normal (the sharpest longest drop in temp from 1950-200) a'ji
1976: Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines. 1976 Moro Gulf earthquake
On August 16, 1976 at 12:11 A.M., a devastating earthquake of 7.9 hit the island of Mindanao, Philippines. It created a tsunami that devastated more than 700 km of coastline bordering Moro Gulf in the North Celebes Sea. An estimated number of victims for this tragedy left 5,000 dead, 2,200 missing or presumed dead, more than 9,500 injured and a total of 93,500 people were left homeless. It devastated the cities of Cotabato, Pagadian, and Zamboanga, and the provinces of Basilan, Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sultan Kudarat, Sulu, and Zamboanga del Sur.
1976 = down spike cold below normal (a'ji)
1993: Okushiri, Hokkaido, Japan. 1993 Hokkaido earthquake
A devastating tsunami wave occurred along the coasts of Hokkaidō in Japan as a result of a magnitude 7.8 earthquake, 80 miles (130 km) offshore, on July 12, 1993.
Within minutes, the Japan Meteorological Agency issued a tsunami warning that was broadcast on NHK in English and Japanese (archived at NHK library). However, it was too late for Okushiri, a small island near the epicenter, which was struck with extremely big waves, some reaching 30 meters, within two to five minutes of the quake. Aonae, a village on a low-lying peninsula at the southern tip of the island, was devastated over the course of the following hour by 13 waves of over two meters’ height arriving from multiple directions, including waves that had bounced back off Hokkaidō—despite being surrounded by tsunami barriers. Of 250 people killed as a result of the quake, 197 were victims of the series of tsunamis that hit Okushiri; the waves also caused deaths on the coast of Hokkaidō. While many residents, remembering the 1983 tsunami (see above), survived by quickly evacuating on foot to higher ground, it is thought that many others underestimated how soon the waves would arrive (the 1983 tsunami took 17 minutes to hit Okushiri) and were killed as they attempted to evacuate by car along the village’s narrow lanes. The highest wave of the tsunami was a staggering 31 meters (102 ft) high
1993 = down spike (slight up from one of the longest sharpest down drops)
2004: Indian Ocean. 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake
The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, which had a moment magnitude of 9.1–9.3,[15] triggered a series of lethal tsunamis on December 26, 2004, that killed approximately 230,210 people (including 168,000 in Indonesia alone), making it the deadliest tsunami as well as one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history. It was also caused by the third largest earthquake in recorded history. The initial surge was measured at a height of approximately 33 meters (108 ft), making it the largest earthquake-generated tsunami in recorded history. The tsunami killed people over an area ranging from the immediate vicinity of the quake in Indonesia, Thailand, and the north-western coast of Malaysia, to thousands of kilometres away in Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, and even as far away as Somalia, Kenya, and Tanzania in eastern Africa. This trans-Indian Ocean tsunami is an example of a teletsunami, which can travel vast distances across the open ocean. In this case, it is an ocean-wide tsunami.
2004 = down spike
2006: South of Java Island. July 2006 Java earthquake
A 7.7 magnitude earthquake rocked the Indian Ocean seabed on July 17, 2006, 200 km south of Pangandaran, a beach famous to surfers for its perfect waves. This earthquake triggered tsunamis which height varied from 2 meters at Cilacap to 6 meters at Cimerak beach, where it swept away and flattened buildings as far as 400 meters away from the coastline. More than 800 people were reported missing or dead.
2006: Kuril Islands. 2006 Kuril Islands earthquake
On 15 November 2006, a magnitude 8.3 earthquake occurred off the coast near the Kuril Islands. In spite of the quake's large 8.3 magnitude, a relatively small tsunami was generated. The small tsunami was recorded or observed in Japan and at distant locations throughout the Pacific.
2006 = down-spike
2011: New Zealand. 2010 Canterbury earthquake
On February 22, 2011, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit the Canterbury Region of the South Island, New Zealand. Some 200 kilometres (120 mi) away from the earthquake's epicenter, around 30 million tonnes of ice tumbled off the Tasman Glacier into Tasman Lake, producing a series of 3.5 m (11 ft) high tsunami waves, which hit tourist boats in the lake.[42][43]
2011: Pacific coast of Japan. 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami
On March 11, 2011, off the Pacific coast of Japan, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake produced a tsunami 33 feet (10 m) high along Japan's northeastern coast. The wave caused widespread devastation, with an official count of 18,550 people confirmed to be killed/missing.[44] The highest tsunami which was recorded at Miyako, Iwate reached a total height of 40.5 metres (133 ft).[45] In addition the tsunami precipitated multiple hydrogen explosions and nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant. Tsunami warnings were issued to the entire Pacific Rim.[46][47]
2011 = down spike
List of historic tsunamis = 59 (subtract 1963: Vajont Dam, Monte Toc, Italy landslide)
29 tsumamis = down spike, sharp down drop, or cold below normal = 49.15%
23 tsunamis = down spikes, down points = 38.98%
How many up point, inbetween up, or up-spike = 19
887 AD: Ninna Nankai, Japan = up point
1361: Shōhei Nankai, Japan = up-point
1698: Seikaido-Nankaido, Japan = up-point
1700: Vancouver Island, Canada = up-spike
1792: Mount Unzen, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyūshū, Japan  = up inbetween
1854: Nankai, Tokai, and Kyushu Japan = up-spike
1868: Hawaiian Islands = up-spike
1868: Arica, Chile = up-spike
1877: Iquique, Chile = up-point
1944: Tonankai, Japan = up spike
1952: Severo-Kurilsk, Kuril Islands, USSR = up inbetween
1958: Lituya Bay, Alaska, USA = even up-spike
1979: Tumaco, Colombia = up inbetween
1980: Spirit Lake, Washington, USA = up inbetween
1983: Sea of Japan = up-spike
1998: Papua New Guinea = up spike
2007: Solomon Islands = up-spike
2009: Samoa = up inbetween
2010: Chile = up-spike
19 tsumamis = up point, inbetween up, or up-spike = 32.20%
15 tsumanis = up-spike or up-points = 25.42%
Results of data:
39% of tsunamis were down-spikes vs 25% up-spikes
39 / 25 = 1.56 = 56%
Down-spike years (cold aji) trigger 56% more tsunamis than up-spikes (warm dan)
"[The cold-dry phase is marked by major geophysical phenomena, including] an increase in the severity of earthquakes and volcanoes...
cold-dry phase = a'ji
A'ji plays a significant role in earthquakes. Cold creates more density and contraction, which means more PRESSURE, more pressure puts more STRESS on the tectonic plates and fault lines that can trigger earthquakes and tsunamis.

And now came earth and heaven {atmosphere} into an a'jian forest, and the pressure was upon all sides of the earth. - OAHSPE, GOD'S BOOK OF ESKRA 11:1

Oahspe Book of Cosmogony and Prophecy chapter VIII:
2. Ethe, being the time of light, is named dan;... and a'ji the time of wars, dashing forth with power and grasping; mi, the earth being the subject.
List of ongoing military conflicts (War#Ongoing_conflicts)
1,000+ deaths per year. Conflicts in the following list are currently causing at least 1000 violent deaths per year, a categorization used by the Uppsala Conflict Data Program[1] and recognised by the United Nations.[2][3] Italics indicate disputed territories and unrecognized states.
Start Continent Location Cumulative fatalities
1. 1964 Colombian conflict (1964–present) 220,000-600,000
1964 = 1964 = down spike (deepest coldest down spike from 1950-2000), much below normal
2. 1978 Conflict in Afghanistan (1978–present) 1,405,111-2,084,468
1978 = down-spike
3. 1991 Somali Civil War Africa  Somalia 500,000+
1991 = down inbetween spike (next year down spike)
4. 1992 Al-Qaeda insurgency in Yemen 3,799
1992 = down spike
5. 2004 War in North-West Pakistan 48,123
2004 = down spike
6. 2006 Mexican Drug War North America Mexico 108,000+
2006 = down spike
7. 2009 Sudanese nomadic conflicts Africa  South Sudan 7,441
2009 = inbetween up (2008 down-spike, 2010 up-spike)
8. 2011 Syrian civil war Syria 93,000-120,000
2011 = down spike
9. 2011 Inter and Intra-Sudanese conflicts South Sudan 2,367  
2011 = down spike
10. 2011 Iraqi insurgency (post-U.S. withdrawal) Iraq 8,793+
2011 = down spike
8 of 10 ongoing military conflicts started in down-spike years
8 of 10 = 80% down-spike (a'ji) a'ji is associated with war
0 of 10 ongoing military conflicts started in up-spike years
0 of 10 = 0% up-spike (dan) dan is associated with Light and peace


1968 and 1971 downspike in galactic cosmic radiation (dark) = downspike in worldwide temperature (a'ji)
1974 down-spike in galactic cosmic radiation (dark) = downspike in worldwide temperature (a'ji)
1982 down-spike in galactic cosmic radiation (dark) = downspike in worldwide temperature (a'ji)
1992 down-spike in galactic cosmic radiation (dark) = downspike in worldwide temperature (a'ji)
2000 down-spike in galactic cosmic radiation (dark) = downspike in worldwide temperature (a'ji)
1973 high-point in galactic cosmic radiation (light) = up-spike in worldwide temperature (dan)
1977 high-point in galactic cosmic radiation (light) = up-spike in worldwide temperature (dan)
1987-1988 highpoint in galactic cosmic radiation (light) = up-spike in world temperature (dan)
1998 high-point in galactic cosmic radiation (light) = up-spike in worldwide temperature (dan)
Galactic cosmic rays (GCRs) come from outside the solar system but generally from within our Milky Way galaxy.

There are regions of high cosmic radiation in the galaxy. The Earth (and the solar system) encounters this cosmic radiation regularly.



22 year galactic radiation cycle wave


A map of our Milky Way galaxy above showing regions of high cosmic radiation and low cosmic radiation. High cosmic radiation is colored yellow (11) and red (99), low cosmic radiation is colored blue (33) and violet or purple (66). The Earth encounters high cosmic radiation and low cosmic radiation in cycles of 11 and 22 years that match the prophetic numbers and time periods of years in Oahspe Book of Cosmogony and Prophecy, which are 11, 33, 66, 88, 99, 100, 200, etc...
22-year cycle in cosmic ray flux...galactic cosmic ray (GCR) fluxes
Differences in GCR flux during alternate solar cycles yield a 22-year cycle, known as the Hale Cycle,
Annual Globally Averaged Temperature Trends
22 year Hale solar cycles. There was also evidence of a longer climate cycle of ~66 years, or three Hale solar cycles, corresponding to slightly higher peaks on of cycles 11 to 17 and 17 to 23.

The existence of Galactic Cosmic Radiation fits in with what Oahspe said in its book of Cosmogony in 1881 21 years before galactic cosmic rays were discovered:
"Vortex'ya [high-energy rays] pervadeth the entire universe [Galactic...from outside the solar system], but different according to volume [concentration, amount], velocity [from a fraction of light speed to .99 times light speed], and configuration"...."showers [rays] and shadows of the unseen worlds [invisible like X-rays] will affect different peoples"...
"Wherever the vortexian current [rays] falls, corpor [matter] is more or less damaged [radiation damage] or changed in its combinations" [radioactive decay].
Cosmic rays were discovered in 1912 by Victor Hess.
If I google "showers of radiation speed throughout the galaxy"
I get Search Results:
1. Cosmic ray - Wikipedia
2. Frequently Asked Questions About Cosmic Rays
3. HowStuffWorks "Cosmic Rays"

Cosmic rays are sub-atomic particles that are moving at a good fraction of the speed of light. The velocity of cosmic rays can go from a small fraction of the speed of light up to about .999999999999 times the speed of light.
Pythagoras of Samos is often described as the first pure mathematician. He is an extremely important figure in the development of mathematics
Born: about 569 BC = up-spike cold (normal)
A pattern, apart from the term's use to mean "Template"[a], is a discernible regularity in the world or in a manmade design. As such, the elements of a pattern repeat in a predictable manner.
Patterns have an underlying mathematical structure;[1] indeed, mathematics can be seen as the search for regularities, and the output of any function is a mathematical pattern. Similarly in the sciences, theories explain and predict regularities in the world.
Science and mathematics[edit source
Mathematics is sometimes called the "Science of Pattern", in the sense of rules that can be applied wherever needed.[22] For example, any sequence of numbers that may be modeled by a mathematical function can be considered a pattern. Mathematics can be taught as a collection of patterns.[23
Finding and understanding patterns gives us great power. With patterns we can learn to predict the future, discover new things and better understand the world around us.
"Periodicity is a characteristic of all phenomena of nature" - Walter Russell page 261 THE SECRET OF LIGHT (1947)
Google Periodicity definition:
technical noun: periodicity 1. the quality or character of being periodic; the tendency to recur at intervals.
"the periodicity of the sunspot cycle"


22-year cycle in geomagnetic activity
Because the 11 year [Solar] cycles are magnetically reversed from one cycle to the next. Thus it takes 2 cycles to repeat.
It takes 22 years for complete magnetic polarity cycle, but solar activity will have two minimum within that 22 year cycle and one maximum.
During the 22 year solar radiation cycle there will be at least one minimum (deepest down-spike) and one maximum (highest up-spike).
Reversed magnetic polarity = positive to negative change = male to female = couple = full cycle = 11 + 11 = 22
Reversed magnetic polarity = hot to cold = highest to lowest = up-spike to down-spike = 22 year average span or cycle
The prophetic numbers of Oahspe are harmonic multiples of half of 22 (11), = 33, 66, 88, 99-100, 200, 400, 600 etc..

Pages 155, 156, and 157 of THE UNIFIED CYCLE THEORY (How Cycles Dominate the Structure of the Universe and Influence Life on Earth) by Stephen J. Puetz, 2009 mentions a 22.2 billion year cycle (half cycle of 11.1 billion years) and gyr (Giga-year = billions of years) cylces of 66.5, 200, 599, these billion years cycles = 11, 66.6, 200, and 600 year cycles mentioned in Oahspe (fractal cycles of the giga-years cycles).

List of stock market crashes and bear markets
Kipper und Wipper 1623
Financial crisis during the start of the Thirty Years' War (1621-1623)
1621 = cold down-spike
Tulip mania Bubble 1637 = up inbetween
A bubble (1633-37) in Netherlands during which contracts for bulbs of tulips reached extraordinarily high prices, and suddenly collapsed
1632, 1634, 1636 = down-spikes
The Mississippi Bubble 1720
1720 = up inbetween cold (below normal)
Bengal Bubble of 1769
1769 = cold down-spike (below normal)
Panic of 1796–1797
1796 = cold down spike
Panic of 1819 = up inbetween cold
Panic of 1837 10 May 1837
1837 = cold down-spike (much below normal deepest of 1800-1850)
Panic of 1847
1847 = cold down-spike
Panic of 1857
1857 = down-spike
Black Friday 24 Sep 1869
1869 = 1869-1870 = decline to down-spike (24 Sep 1869 = late in year)
Panic of 1873 9 May 1873
1873 = cold down-spike (below normal, 2nd lowest down-spike 1850-1900)
Paris Bourse crash of 1882 19 Jan 1882
even up-spike (above normal warm, 2nd highest peak 1850-1900)
Panic of 1884
1884 = up inbetween warm
Encilhamento 1890
1890 = even up spike (cold borderline)
Panic of 1893
1893 = cold down-spike below normal (coldest from 1850-1900)
Panic of 1896
1896 = small drop down point (warm)
Panic of 1901
1901 = cold down-point (below normal)
Panic of 1907
1907 = cold down-spike much below normal (2nd coldest, almost tie 1900-1950)
Wall Street Crash of 1929
1929 = cold down-spike (much below normal)
Recession of 1937–1938
1937-1938 = up-spike warm
1971 Brazilian Markets Crash
1971 = cold down-spike (almost below normal)
1973–1974 stock market crash
1973-1974 = from top to down-spike (cold)
Silver Thursday, 27 March 1980  Silver price crash
1980 = up inbetween warm
Souk Al-Manakh stock market crash Aug 1982 (Kuwait)
1982 = deep drop down-spike
Black Monday 1987 Oct 1987
1987 = up-point warm much above normal
Rio de Janeiro Stock Exchange collapse 1989 06-01 June 1989
1989 = down-spike warm
Japanese asset price bubble 1991
1991 = small down point warm
Black Wednesday 1992 16 Sep 1992
1992 = down-spike warm (one of the deepest drops 1950-2000)
1997 Asian financial crisis
1997 = up point warm
1998 Russian financial crisis
1998 = up-spike warm (much above normal) highest 1950-2000
Dot-com bubble 10 March 2000
2000 = small down-point (from even down-spike)
31 stock crashes from 1621-2000
21 of 31 were down-spikes or down-points = 67.74 % up-spike/up-point
23 of 31 were down-spikes/down-points or cold (below average borderline) = 74.19%
6 of 31 were up-spikes or up-points = 19.35% up-spikes/up-points
Significance of a'ji on stock market crashes:
67.74 % of stock market crashes from 1621 to 2000 were down-spike/down-point years
74.19 % of stock market were down-spike/down-point or cold years (a'ji)
Only 19.35% were up-spike/up-point years (dan)

Stock Market crashes, the Great Depression, and recessions very closely match cold down-spike (a'ji) years because they are manifestations of human behavior such as greed, excess, and imbalance which are associated with a'ji (the beast, 66, 666).

A'ji (Gau), semi-dark. There are places in the firmament of heaven...Arji (Poit). When the earth passeth through A'ji (Panic), it aggregateth and groweth. An abundance of D ar'ji in the firmament giveth a cold year upon the earth. In the years of Ar'jon mortals became warriors.
...Save your prophets understand A'ji they cannot tell what the next year will be.
A cold drop in temperature on the planet may be an indicator of a'ji and a'ji related happenings on the earth and things to come in that year or the next year.
GLOBAL Land-Ocean Temperature Index 1880-10/2013
Strong to Violent tornadoes EF3+ 1954-2012
60 count (or very near borderline 58,59) above
1974 (highest number EF3+ by far 131 > 98 for second most) = down-spike
1974 peak in homicide rate = 1974 cold year down spike
Climate cycle indicators of a'ji and dan:
Year   Jan  Feb  Mar  Apr  May  Jun  Jul
1972   -25  -16    3   -1    1    9    4
1973    28   32   26   26   25   18   10
1974   -14  -26   -5  -10   -1   -5   -3
1974 was much colder than previous years which may have been an indicator of things to
happend in that year.
The bottom solar radiation chart shows the cycle lowest point was at 2008 which was a down-spike year.
Earthquakes with 50,000 or More Deaths
2008/05/12 Eastern Sichuan, China 87587 7.9 At least 69,195 people killed, 374,177 injured and 18,392 missing and presumed dead in the Chengdu-Lixian-Guangyuan area. More than 45.5 million people in 10 provinces and regions were affected. 
2008 = down spike
2008 had the most earthquakes worlwide (31,777) from 2000-2012.
Number of Earthquakes Worldwide for 2000 - 2012
Located by the US Geological Survey National Earthquake Information Center
The Great Recession[1] (also referred to as the Lesser Depression, [2] the Long Recession,
[3] or the global recession of 2009[4][5]) is a marked global economic decline that began
in December 2007 and took a particularly sharp downward turn in September 2008
2008 = sharp down spike
Year   Jan  Feb  Mar  Oct  Nov Dec
2005    69   55   67  77   72   65
2006    54   66   59  67   70   75
2007    94   66   68  57   54   46  
2008    24   32   70
The end of 2007 and the beginning of 2008 was much colder than previous years,
which may have been an indicator of what was coming. 
The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression...
The depression originated in the U.S., after the fall in stock prices that began around September 4, 1929, and became worldwide news with the stock market crash of October 29, 1929 (known as Black Tuesday).
The Great Depression began in 1929 = cold down spike (much below normal)
Stock Market Crash of 1929 = Cold down spike (much below normal)
Year   Jan  Feb  Mar  Apr
1926    16    7   12  -11 
1927   -22  -16  -34  -28  
1928     1   -5  -24  -24 
1929   -38  -52  -30  -36
1929 started out much colder than previous years which may have been an indicator.
Korean War, conflict between Communist and non-Communist forces in Korea
from June 25, 1950, to July 27, 1953.
1950 = below normal cold down spike (a'ji)
1953 = cold below normal down spike (a'ji)
Year   Jan  Feb
1947   -11   -9
1948    12  -12
1949    12  -17
1950   -29  -29
1951   -33  -43
1952    13   12
1953    11   20
1950 and 1951 started out much colder than other years from 1947-1953, which may have
been an indicator.
1962, in which stock prices dropped in the sharpest decline since the crash of 1929. - page 55 (chapter The Prophetic Numbers) of THE TIME OF THE QUICKENING by Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D.
1962 = down spike (sharp drop in temperature) a'ji
The 'Flash Crash' of 1962
Year Oct  Nov  Dec
1958  1    2   -1
1959 -9   -9    1
1960  6  -12   16 
1961  0    3  -16
1961 ended in a sharp drop (19 degrees) in heat much more than previous years, which may have been an indicator for next year.
List of ongoing military conflicts (War#Ongoing_conflicts)
1,000+ deaths per year. Conflicts in the following list are currently causing at least 1000 violent deaths per year, a categorization used by the Uppsala Conflict Data Program[1] and recognised by the United Nations.[2][3] Italics indicate disputed territories and unrecognized states.
Start Continent Location Cumulative fatalities
8. 2011 Syrian civil war Syria 93,000-120,000
2011 = down spike
9. 2011 Inter and Intra-Sudanese conflicts South Sudan 2,367  
2011 = down spike
10. 2011 Iraqi insurgency (post-U.S. withdrawal) Iraq 8,793+
2011 = down spike
Year  Nov  Dec
2006  70   75
2007  54   46
2008  63   52
2009  72   59
2010  75   46
2010 ended with a 29 degree drop in heat which was the greatest drop in heat from Nov to Dec since 1929 (the Great Depression) and 1916-1917 (World War I). This extreme drop in heat may have been an indicator of what was to come in 2011.
Tornadoes of 2010
November and December were both above average with most of the activity clustered in two outbreaks, one at the end of each month, with both months generally inactive until those tornado outbreaks.
Tornadoes of 2011
There were 1,897 tornadoes reported in the US in 2011 (of which 1,704 were confirmed). 2011 was an exceptionally destructive and deadly year for tornadoes; worldwide, at least 577 people perished due to tornadoes: 12 in Bangladesh, two in South Africa, one in New Zealand, one in the Philippines, one in Russia, one in Canada, and an estimated 553 in the United States (compared to 564 US deaths in the prior ten years combined).[3] Due mostly to several extremely large tornado outbreaks in the middle and end of April and in late May, the year finished well above average in almost every category, with six EF5 tornadoes and nearly enough total tornado reports to eclipse the mark of 1,817 tornadoes recorded in 2004, the current record year for total number of tornadoes.
January 1 Main article: 2010 New Year's Eve tornado outbreak
A late-season deadly tornado outbreak continued though the early hours of January 1, with seven tornadoes touching down in Mississippi over three hours. The strongest of these, rated EF3 with winds of 145 mph (233 km/h), reached 0.75 mi (1.21 km) in width along its 23.45 mi (37.74 km) track and caused significant damage along Mississippi Highway 19. Several structures were damaged or destroyed and two people were injured. Near Mississippi Highway 35, thousands of trees were uprooted by the tornado. Another EF3 touched down near Macon, damaging or destroying several structures and one person was injured. Overall damage in the state from tornadoes amounted to $10.4 million.[9]
The Arab Spring (Arabic: الربيع العربي‎, ar-rabīˁ al-ˁarabī) is a term for the revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests (both non-violent and violent), riots, and civil wars in the Arab world that began on 18 December 2010.
To date, rulers have been forced from power in Tunisia,[1] Egypt (twice),[2] Libya,[3] and Yemen;[4] civil uprisings have erupted in Bahrain[5] and Syria;[6] major protests have broken out in Algeria,[7] Iraq,[8] Jordan,[9] Kuwait,[10] Morocco,[11] and Sudan;[12] and minor protests have occurred in Mauritania,[13] Oman,[14] Saudi Arabia,[15] Djibouti,[16] Western Sahara,[17] and the Palestinian Authority.
Related events outside of the Arab World included protests in Iranian Khuzestan by the Arab minority in April 2011[18] and border clashes in Israel in May 2011.[19]
The start of the Arab Spring on 18 December 2010 was a cold down-spike a'ji period
cold down-spike a'ji period from late 2010 to early 2011.
2013 is running warmer than 2 previous years, 2013 average so far = 59,
2012 average = 58, 2011 average = 55. 2011 = down-spike, 2012 up-inbetween,
2013 still going up so far. From Sept to Oct 2013 dropped 13 degrees,
that is more than any year since 2000, the closest years to that drop since
2000 was 2009 dropped 6, and 2001 dropped 5. The year after 2009 was a good year (up-spike).
2002 was a good year. 2000 Sept/Oct drop was 15.
Before 2000 you had to go to 1983 for a Sept/Oct drop of 23 (but 1983 was an up-spike).
1984 was a good inbetween spikes year. Something to look out for is to see if Nov and Dec of 2013 continues to drop much lower than previous years.
Year   Jan  Feb  Mar  Apr  May  Jun  Jul  Aug  Sep  Oct  Nov  Dec
2000    23   56   56   58   40   43   41   43   42   27   31   27
2001    41   46   58   51   57   53   59   49   53   48   68   52
2007    93   66   68   71   64   55   58   57   61   57   54   46
2009    57   49   49   57   60   62   67   61   65   59   72   59
2011    46   45   58   60   48   54   70   69   51   60   50   48 
2012    38   42   52   61   71   59   50   58   67   73   70   46 
2013    63   51   60   48   56   60   52   61   73   60   77
GLOBAL Land-Ocean Temperature Index 1880-11/2013
In 2013 from Oct to Nov the temperature rose 17 degrees, below are years of 17+ degrees increase from Oct to Nov
-------Oct  Nov
2001  48   68
1925 -21   -2
1912 -63  -45
2001 = next year up-spike
1925 = next year up-spike
1912 = next year up-inbetween
2013 will so far be a up-inbetween.
2014 will probably be an up-spike or up-inbetween (warmer than 2013).
In 1912, 1925, 2001, Next year was not significant for wars, earthquakes, sunamis, stockmarket, homicides, tornadoes, riots, etc... 2014 so far looks like it will not be significant (above normal) for wars, earthquakes, sunamis, stockmarket, homicides, tornadoes, riots (have to see what Dec, 2013 temperature will be, should be up by 15th or 16th of January, 2014).


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