See Say Day and The Event

Maybe I should have done a The Event post this year

A few years back (2017) I created a story called The Event: A Time of Thought and Swaying. This is a period between late August through September and sometimes early October, that a lot of religious, political and celestial events happen. The peak time of this period is around September 25th and changes year to year due to celestial timing.

While the celestial events could be no more than drawing three points on the ocean and calling it "The Other Bermuda Triangle", September is the start of the religious year for most of the major religions. As Neil "I'm an asshole" DeGrasse Tyson would say, "the first day of January has no astronomical significance whatsoever." However, it would seem as if September does. In a discussion I had with someone on the Twitter, I had mentioned that I believe that Jesus was actually born in September (The Event: The Feast of Trumpets and the Birth of Christ), to go along with Jewish celebration significance. The reply was to the fact that I had been really paying attention to my Jewish scripture. I can't find the Tweet, but I have not read much Jewish scripture, just a hunch I had, which apparently other people did some leg work to try to prove.

Anyway, as I mentioned in my 2017 post, I had found something on the Internet in 2015 about someone saying that the period of time was of importance as it would help a person sway someone's thought. I don't know if it was just that particular year or that it was every year. However, with the UN always holding their annual conference in the time period, it does seem that they are trying to use that time to influence.

We have 500 Days to Avoid Climate Chaos
~ French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said alongside Secretary of State John Kerry at the State Department

If you remember, a few years back there was a 500 day warning. Those 500 days ended up to the September 25, 2015, which was the day the UN change the name of Agenda 21 to Agenda 2030.

Also, September is National Preparedness Month month in the US.

Anyway, my old posts are some great rabbit holes for you to go down.


As I posted one time, The Event : Always Happening Even if I am not Reporting it.

Well, to add on the FEMA getting everyone prepared for the height of hurricane season and such, the Department of Homeland Security decided that they would make a special day call "See Something, Say Something Day" or #SeeSayDay.


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The DHS tweet is getting hammered by everyone with common sense. Sure, what they want in general seems reasonable. It is kind of obvious that if you see something that is out of sorts and might be at the point of being illegal or threatening harm, you should report it to someone that can handle the situation.

You know, like when a bunch of gymnastics are complaining that the team doctor is trying to sexually molest them and the FBI sits on it for 18 months and then lies about what the victims say while 40 more girls are molested. Or, when people alert the FBI and local police authorities for months and years at a time that some guy is unstable and he might go on a shooting rampage at the school they just put him back into without any follow-up. Things like that.

But, it doesn't help the DHS that they issued a bulletin on August 13, 2021 that basically says that people who are upset about the COVID lock downs or question the validity of the election, might actually be domestic violent terrorists.

There are also continued, non-specific calls for violence on multiple online platforms associated with DVE (domestic violent extremists) ideologies or conspiracy theories on perceived election fraud and alleged reinstatement, and responses to anticipated restrictions relating to the increasing COVID cases.

Emphasis and (domestic violent extremists) added by me.

Needless to say, rational people might be a little concerned at how DHS is handling painting a good portion of America as domestic violent extremists and having a particular day to rat out your neighbor might not give them the warm and fuzzies.

Of course, people want you to relax and get informed, just don't "pray and get information before you make a decision for yourself", because that's wrong think. But, here is the poster to go along with the Brownshirt Day.


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See, citizens, your worries are misguided. There is nothing to be concerned of here. Just your regular illegal and highly suspicious activities, like stalking out nuclear facilities, recruiting for terrorism, sabotage, tampering, and collecting too many guns or misrepresentation.


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I know, I know.... misrepresentation is a bad thing. But, "presenting false information or misusing documents" seems a bit close to the spreading false information to use the COVID pandemic as means towards domestic violence. Let's let that slide.

And as for collecting and storage of too many guns. Look, it isn't like someone is going to use that to take away your guns.


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sigh

Well, it is a good thing that Jason de Hann only claims to be a Danish-American, Political analyst in DC and isn't actually a real person. But, I am sure there are plenty of people who think like him.

Anyway, thank you DHS to adding to The Event. I am a little disappointed in myself for not doing a series this year, since it does seem very ripe for The Event like stuff. If anything else pops up that is The Event worthy, I will try to post about it.


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Let the positive energy sing!

More Power to the Minnows!!


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