For U.S. history the first three are very significant. In my Wiki reference it starts out a bad day for Rome. In 1307 the Knights Templar were
arrested and tortured by Phillip the Fair. This incident may or may not have contributed to the Friday the 13th observance. Curiously enough in 1244
it was the birthday of Jaques de Molay. Seems the Pope really had it in for him. Also, in 1282 a death of great import occurred in Japan,
Nichiren Daishonin. I am sure we can agree these were world changing events.
How about on the astronomical level? What happens tomorrow?
Before I leave this thread, and for added effect, I want ya'll to know here that my O.T.O. ring caught fire yesterday. Of course there is a perfectly
good explanation, there is always is. Today I am going to pick it up from the jewelers, completely rebuilt.
Some other things happened, but altogether a little bit of enlightenment has been achieved by a few more people.
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