posted on Sep, 18 2009 @ 07:19 AM
Thank you for everyone who has contributed your ideas. The Timewave Zero back-correlation of 16th October 2009 is for the first quarter of 1811.
Derekvli is correct, 15th and 16th December 1811 correspond, although they are at the latter part of 1811. December 16th 1811 an 8.0 Earthquake in
Missouri caused the Mississippi River to flow backwards and was the most intense earthquakes to have occurred in the United States. The Earthquakes
were felt strongly over 50,000 square miles and moderately across 1 million square miles. The historic 1906 San Francisco earthquake by comparison was
felt moderately over only 6,000 square miles.
I understand that the 26th October 2009 "mega-dip" on the Timewave Zero program (biggest before 21st December 2012) relates back to the begining of
1811, the most notable event presumably witnessed by millions of people was the Great Comet of 1811 but by no means the only occurance.
I have listed below some notable events from the first quarter of 1811 and highlighted events that I think maybe of significance;
Jan 2nd 1811 - U.S. Senator Thomas Pickering is 1st senator censured (revealed confidential documents communicated by the President of the
Jan 3rd 1811 - An unsuccessful slave revolt is led by Charles Deslandes in St. Charles and St. James, Louisiana.
Jan 9th 1811 - 1st Women's Golf Tournament held.
Jan 10th - Louisiana slaves rebell in 2 parishes.
Jan 22nd – The Casas Revolt begins in San Antonio, Texas.
Feb 2nd - Russian settlers establish Ft. Ross trading post, north of SF.
Feb 5th – George, Prince of Wales becomes Prince Regent because of the perceived insanity of his father, King George III of the United
Feb 11th - President Madison prohibits trade with Britain for 3rd time in 4 years.
Feb 20th - Austria declares bankruptcy.
Mar 1st - French Civil Code of Criminal law accepted by Netherlands Mamelukes in Cairo's Citadel.
Mar 13th – Battle of Lissa (1811): The British fleet defeats the French.
Mar 14th – Augustus FitzRoy, 3rd Duke of Grafton, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom dies.
Mar 22nd – The Commissioners' Plan of 1811 for Manhattan is presented.
Mar 25th – The Great Comet of 1811 is discovered by Honoré Flaugergues.
Mar 27th – Battle of Anholt: The British navy defeats Denmark
Apr 5/6th – Revolutionary riots occur in Buenos Aires.
Apr 12th - 1st U.S. colonists on Pacific coast arrive at Cape Disappointment, WA.
All the above dates are from the first quarter of 1811, other events from the rest of the year I have listed below;
May 16th – Battle of Albuera: Spain, Portugal and Great Britain defeat the French.
Jun 9th – The Great fire of the Podil breaks out in Kiev, Ukraine.
Jul 11th – Italian scientist Amedeo Avogadro publishes his memoire about the molecular content of gases.
Aug – William Williams, signer of the Declaration of Independence dies.
Oct 6th - French emperor Napoleon visits Utrecht.
October 11 – Inventor John Stevens' boat, the Juliana, begins operation as the first steam-powered ferry (service between New York, New York, and
Hoboken, New Jersey).
November – Luddite uprisings begin in northern England and the Midlands. (as mentioned by Gamma Mo)
Nov 6th – Battle of Tippecanoe: American troops led by William Henry Harrison defeat the Native American chief Tecumseh. (gave Harrison a
Nov 17th – José Miguel Carrera, Chilean founding father, is sworn in as President of the executive Junta of the government of Chile.
Dec 16th – The New Madrid 8.0 Earthquake in Mississippi Valley near New Madrid reverses the course of the river for a while.
The underlined events of 1811 I believe may have significance on 26th October 2009. I have also noted that the date 26th October is a date in history,
regardless of year, when attacks seem to take place.
Interested in your views,