August 15 Conspiracy Calendar

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  • 1281 - Battle of Koan.
    The Mongols attempt to land Kyushu Island on August 12. But the invasion of Japan is foiled, as a large typhoon – famously called a kamikaze, or divine wind – destroys much of the combined Chinese and Korean fleet and forces, numbering over 140,000 men and 4,000 ships on August 15.
  • 1534 – Saint Ignatius of Loyola and six classmates take initial vows, leading to the creation of the Society of Jesus in September 1540.
  • 1549Jesuit priest Saint Francis Xavier comes ashore at Kagoshima.
  • 1769(birth) Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France.
  • 1852Assassination attempt on Nasser-al-Din Shah by three Babis (Persia).
    Three Babis attempted to assassinate Nasser-al-Din Shah as he was returning from the chase to his palace at Niyavarfin. Notwithstanding the assassins' claim that they were working alone, the entire Babi community was blamed, and a slaughter of several thousand Babis followed.

    Bahaullah was one of the persecuted Babis. He founded the Bahai Faith. But he was imprisoned by the Ottoman Empire.

    There are an estimated five to six million Bahais around the world in more than 200 countries and territories. The supreme governing institution of the Bahai Faith is the Universal House of Justice, situated in Haifa, Israel. The amount of the assets is beyond imagination.
  • 1869 – The Meiji government in Japan establishes six new ministries, including one for Reclamation of Hokkaido (where Ainu live).
  • 1914 – The Panama Canal opens to traffic with the transit of the cargo ship Ancon.
  • 1914 – A male servant of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright sets fire to the living quarters of the architect's Wisconsin home, Taliesin, murders seven people and burns the living quarters to the ground.
  • 1914 – The First Russian Army, led by Pavel Rennenkampf, enters Eastern Prussia.
  • 1941 - Panzer Group Africa is activated with General Erwin Rommel in command.
    August 15, 1281 (Koki 1941) - The second attempt to invade Japan by Mongol forces is foiled by a large typhoon - famously called a kamikaze, or divine wind.
  • 1945(death) Korechika Anami, general in the Imperial Japanese Army.
    Anami is War Minister at the surrender of Japan. Preferring to die rather than see Japan surrender, he commits seppuku at 5:30 a.m., on August 15.

    Anami should have died after a little more than 10 minutes. In fact, however, his suicide was a critical moment in the Japanese war history.

    In 1995, the Japanese government maneuvered the earthquake in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the surrender of Japan. Because the surrender was a camouflaged surrender. World War II was a fake war, and the US forces had been secretly controlled by the Japanese military.

    The earthquake was created on January 17, 1995 (August 15, 1415 in the Islamic calendar). And the first impact of the earthquake hit the Japanese archipelago at 5:46 a.m., which was arranged in accordance with the estimated last breath of General Anami.

    Fortunately or unfortunately, Anami's suicidal seppuku was a fake performance. Naturally he didn't die. In addition, all the Japanese war criminals survived after the war though they were formally reported to have been executed by the allied forces.
  • 1945Victory over Japan DayJapan surrenders (World War II).
  • 1947India gains independence from the United Kingdom and becomes an independent nation within the Commonwealth.
  • 1947Muhammad Ali Jinnah is sworn in as first Governor General of Pakistan at Karachi.
  • 1960 – Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville) becomes independent from France.
  • 1971 – President Richard Nixon completes the break from the gold standard by ending convertibility of the United States dollar into gold by foreign investors.
  • 1974 – Yuk Young-soo, First Lady of South Korea, is killed during an apparent assassination attempt upon President of South Korea, Park Chung-hee.
  • 1975 - Miki Takeo makes an official pilgrimage to Yasukuni Shrine.
    It is the first official pilgrimage by an incumbent prime minister on the anniversary of the end of World War II.
  • 1975 - (death) Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Bangladesh's founder.
    Mujibur is assassinated during a military coup.
  • 1982 - The Japanese government decided to hold the memorial service for the war dead on August 15 every year. August 15 was Napoleon's birthday.
  • 1985 - On the fortieth anniversary of the end of World War II in Japan, Prime Minister Nakasone Yasuhiro and members of his cabinet visited the Yasukuni Shrine in an official capacity, an action viewed as a renewed conservative effort, outside the Diet, to invest the shrine with official status.
  • 1986 - The New Liberal Club, a political party in Japan, rejoined the Liberal Democratic Party.
  • 2011 - A fire breaks out from my neighboring house.
    The house has been vacant. But the house has been frequently used for annoying the family of the editor. We had not time to call the fire department. We tried to extinguish the fire by bucket brigade in order to prevent the fire from spreading toward my house.

    A few minutes later, fire engines arrived and began to spray water by water cannons. However, the first spray was targeted not at the burning house but directly at me. I was trying to spray the bucket water. I stumbled and was injured a little. The next spray was targeted directly toward the window of my house. A glass window was broken by the water spray. The firemen didn't apologize to me.

    The fire and the erratic fire extinguishing activities are obviously the government's conspiracy. The day is Japan's important anniversary, "Victory over Japan Day".
Japanese Traditional Calendar
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Islamic Calendar
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    January 17, 1995 (August 15, 1415 in the Islamic calendar)
    The Great Hanshin earthquake.
    A magnitude 7.3 earthquake hits near Kobe, Japan, causing extensive property damage and killing 6,434 people.

    To attend the damp forces exerted on the bridge, the Akashi kaikyo Bridge has a pendulum system that operates at the resonance frequency. At the time of the earthquake, the bridge was under construction almost over the epicenter. In fact, the earthquake occurred at a good timing for testing the pendulum system. The tower structures experienced no structural damage. The only effect was the 1m relative movement of the towers and anchorage.

    Korechika Anami, a general in the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II, and War Minister at the surrender of Japan, preferring to die rather than see Japan surrender, committed seppuku at 5:30 a.m., on August 15, 1945. He should have died after a little more than 10 minutes. In fact, however, his suicide was a critical moment in the Japanese war history.

    In 1995, the Japanese government maneuvered the earthquake in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the surrender of Japan. Because the surrender was a camouflaged surrender. World War II was a fake war, and the US forces had been secretly controlled by the Japanese military.

    The earthquake was created on January 17, 1995 (August 15, 1415 in the Islamic calendar). And the first impact of the earthquake hit the Japanese archipelago at 5:46 a.m., which was arranged in accordance with the estimated last breath of General Anami.

    Fortunately or unfortunately, Anami's suicidal seppuku was a fake performance. Naturally he didn't die. In addition, all the Japanese war criminals survived after the war though they were formally reported to have been executed by the allied forces.

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