The Ides of March (March 15th) is perhaps the most famous date in History, perhaps even surpassing December 25th as Christ's Birthday.
It was March 15th the Ides of March when Gaius Julius Ceasar was assissinated in the Roman Senate.
December 25th as Christ's Birthday wasn't made official until almost the 900's almost a 1000 years later.
Friday the 13th, didn't really gain popularity until the late 19th Century when the 13 Club in New York City began it's effective but little
remembered campaign to stop State sponsored executions around the world from being traditionally carried out only on Fridays.
of course 9/11 didn't become infamous until over 2,000 years after March 15th, the Ides of March.
Why is the 15th of March a big deal?
While many will argue Caesar was perhaps the greatest man that ever lived, his legacy is largely the Western World as we know it. Most of our systems
2,000 plus years later are modelled off of Caesar's and Roman thinking or what Rome would do as a super power, a super power that Caesar more or less
established as well as the succession of emperors that would later establish it.
Everyone from Shakespeare to you has memorialized March 15th the Ides of March and it all starts with Caesar.
Now why it fits so large in the Powers that Be plans is the date in fact represents more or less the rebellion of some of the elite (not the people,
the people loved Caesar) against ultimate authority. So it's a dark date.
Made all the darker by March 22, which is much less known.
The Skull and Bones 322 could tell you all about it, well if they told their secrets. Their legend has it that Caesars assissination attempt was a
botched one. That the badly wounded and unconcious Caesar was spirited out of Rome by Mark Anthony, Augustus and Lepidus and a mock funeral for Caesar
was staged using the remains of another man.
That after one week of laying unconcious Ceasar reopened his eyes on the 22 of March and continued to actually rule Rome through Anthony, Augustus and
Lepidus for another 13 years.
So the 15th of March has long been a 'revenge' day by the Powers that Be, and is considered most auspicious for that reason.
3/22 tends to be a celebration day, where the Powers that Be more or less triumph in the fact that they typically always win, one way or another.
Most modern conspiracies and events that effect the world are rooted in our ancient past. To understand conspiracies and what drives the world better,
you first need to really study history.
Those who do not know it are condemned to repeat it!
edit on 12/3/11 by ProtoplasmicTraveler because: (no reason given)