Wheels Within Wheels: Breaking the Cycles of War, part 3
The zodiac “wheel” cycle of 1,260 years is subdivided into smaller cycles: 630, 315, 260, 52 and as small as 13 years. In his controversial book The Synchronicity Key, lecturer and author David Wilcock studies repetitive events that fall within the zodiac cycle measured by the Mayan Great Year of 1,260 years connecting the Roman Empire in the Age of Aries with the modern world in the Age of Pisces. This zodiac cycle is accented by periods of war that mirror the many and various wars that took place during the reign of the Roman Empire. His purpose for studying this cycle and documenting his findings is to show how in our day, on this side of the zodiac cycle, the pattern of repeating wars has been broken and the pall of nuclear war that’s been hanging over our heads for decades is no longer a threat.
My purpose in blogging about Wilcock’s investigation is to bring his finding into the light of day for our more current awareness so that we can put to rest the background fears of nuclear annihilation that have kept us from moving forward with a revitalized sense of assurance that all is indeed well.
But this is not the only nor primary reason why all is well. The primary reason why all is well is because we are being watched over by “guardian angels” — in the form of “Watchers,” according to David Wilcock’s cosmology. But more about that in a future post.
In the previous post, we looked at two incidents where the imminent threat of nuclear war was defused. In this post I will present another war that mirrored a war in the Roman Empire on the far side of the zodiac cycle. I will again let David Wilcock tell the story from his investigative journalism in an excerpt from The Synchronicity Key.
VIETNAM, WATERGATE, AND THE FALL OF THE IRON CURTAIN
Rome went to war against Antiochus III in 192 B.C. Antiochus III was a king who ruled over Greater Syria and western Asia. Antiochus III invaded Greece with a ten-thousand-man army, triggering the Roman-Syrian War, which raged from 192 to 188 B.C.
When we advance this same time period ahead by 2,160 years, we have 1968 to 1972. This precisely corresponds to the key turning points of the Vietnam War—which also was a war in Asia.
The United States first began covert operations in North Vietnam in 1964. On August 2, 1964, three North Vietnamese PT boats fired on the USS Maddox. This led to the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, in which Lyndon Baines Johnson, Kennedy’s former vice president, gained permission to wage war against North Vietnam without a congressional declaration. The United States began bombing North Vietnam in 1965 while troop levels topped two hundred thousand. In 1967, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara said the bombing raids were not effective enough to solve the problem and more needed to be done.
Then, in January 1968 — 2,160 years after the Asian king Antiochus III invaded Greece with ten thousand men, plunging him into an all-out war with the Roman Empire — North Vietnamese and Vietcong forces swept into South Vietnam. The Asian enemy attacked several cities, including the capital — similar to Antiochus’ attack on Greece in the Age of Aries. This bold and daring military maneuver was called the Tet Offensive. Though this attack was repelled, it was a political and psychological victory, causing great questions about whether the United States was involved enough in the war. General William Westmoreland requested a doubling of the troop presence in February, calling for an additional 206,000 men. The idea of ordinary young men being drafted into military service suddenly became a very real and very terrifying prospect.
Then, on March 16, 1968, American soldiers massacred hundreds of innocent people in the village of My Lai. In 1969, when the incident became public knowledge, it caused shockwaves through the American political and military establishment as well as the general public. The American people had an opportunity to demand the end of the war right there, but the political will was not yet strong enough.
These three events—the Tet Offensive, the proposed doubling of the troop presence, and the My Lai massacre—dramatically increased the emotional impact of the war. The number of young men being drafted suddenly skyrocketed.
Again, these events all occurred in 1968–precisely 2,160 years after Rome went into full-scale war against the Asian king Antiochus III in 192 B.C.
A BITTER TASTE OF TREASON — Served on a Fifty-Two-Year-Old Platter
Furthermore, on March 17, 2013, it was revealed that presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon had deliberately sabotaged peace talks with Vietnam that same year, 1968. I happened to find this article through synchronicity, while looking for other information on Nixon to help flesh out this part of the book. This incredibly treasonous story was covered by Rachel Maddow on MSNBC, as well as in other media outlets, but I wouldn’t have found it if I hadn’t already been looking for links to Nixon and 1968. We now know that Nixon bribed the Vietnamese with promises that they would get a much better peace deal if they held off until he became president. This shocking betrayal of the American people guaranteed that the deadly Vietnam War would grow much, much larger-and far more profitable for the military-industrial complex.
This treasonous secret deal with the enemy provided fuel for much greater military power in Nixon’s presidency. President Eisenhower had warned America about the growing, potentially “disastrous” menace of the military-industrial complex in his closing address on January 17, 196I. Eisenhower was another mentor figure who gave America a magic gift in this speech, which could ultimately be used to defeat the nemesis: “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists-and will persist.”
The president at the time, Lyndon Baines Johnson, was aware of Nixon’s treasonous deal but said nothing. Nixon thereby sentenced hundreds of thousands of additional young men into the military draft, and tens of thousands more American soldiers into their deaths—when it was all entirely preventable. The audiotapes that proved Nixon did this were declassified by the LBJ Presidential Library in 2013. The story was published literally the day before this chapter of the book was being revisited for its final publication for the first time since 2010.
It is interesting that fifty-two years elapsed between Eisenhower’s prophetic warning in January 1961 and the final exposure of Nixon’s treason in 2013. The Maya strongly believed that history moved in fifty-two-year cycles, which were made up of four smaller cycles of thirteen years. People throughout Mesoamerica celebrated this “Sacred Round” cycle as “the Binding of the Years” and used it to help them understand past and future events.” For example, the Spanish conqueror Hernan Cortes began destroying the Aztecs shortly after his initial, peaceful visit in November 1519 — causing the Aztec prophecy of “nine hells” of fifty-two years to begin. Five “Sacred Round” cycles of fifty-two years add up to the tzolkin cycle of 260 years, which was widely revered throughout Mesoamerica. Australian professor Robert Peden discovered that the 260-year tzolkin cycle is a perfect “common denominator” for all the orbits of the planets in our inner solar system. The period of 260 years is a sub cycle that divides perfectly into the exact length of every orbit within the inner solar system. It is quite astonishing that the “primitive” cultures of Mesoamerica were somehow able to discover this number.
They also constructed an estimated three hundred to five hundred pyramids out of huge stone blocks-which again suggests they may have had
access to advanced technology.
THE END OF THE ROMAN-SYRIAN WAR AND THE END OF VIETNAM
According to Helmer and Masson, Rome went to war with the Syrian king Antiochus III in 192 B.C.; 2,160 years later, in 1968, the Vietnam War dramatically expanded. (Remember that we now have absolute proof that Nixon bribed the Vietnamese government to extend the war.) The Roman-Syrian War lasted five years, finally ending in 188 B.C. If we advance 188 B.C. forward by 2,160 years, we arrive at 1972, which is the exact year that a cease-fire was negotiated by Henry Kissinger and Le Duc Tho.
John Lennon’s song “Imagine,” released in September 1971, now seems oddly prophetic as a foretelling of the defeat of the Cabal. In archetypal terms, “Imagine” was a harbinger of the Elixir of Immortality that would soon be seized — the promise of peace — once the dragon of the Cabal, and its military draft of ordinary young men, had been slain.
“I hope someday you’ll join us; and the world will live as One.”
The final peace treaty was signed with Vietnam and went into effect on January 27,1973. This led to the formal announcement of the end of the draft and the withdrawal of the last American troops from Vietnam.
[On April 30,1975, the North Vietnam Army tanks rolled through the gates of the Presidential Palace in Saigon headquarters, effectively ending the war, winning the war for Communist Russia — a huge loss for the USA, the nemesis defeating the hero in our Nation’s “Hero’s Journey.“]
FURTHER BREAKS IN THE ZODIAC CYCLES OF WAR
There are a few other more recent breaks in the cycles of war as the United States in this age of Aquarius pulls away from the Roman wars that occupied the Age of Aries. These more recent incidences are the anti-terrorists wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, occasioned by the “9/11” attacks and destruction of the World Trade Center in New York, and the nuclear arms crisis of Iran, a crisis still unsettled now that President Trump has canceled the Iranian Nuclear Treaty. With the US pulling out of the INF treaty with the USSR yesterday, the nuclear arms race is likely to start up again. What insanity on the part of our leaders. I will present these events in my next two posts of this series. As always, I welcome your thoughts in the Comment section. Until my next post, fear not.
Be love. Be loved.