1970-1979 A.D. - Hey Guys?...Things Are Getting Weird

Boy did a lot of odd things happen in this one, guys.

I'll just get right to it, and then you can decide for yourselves.

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1970

Richard Nixon is president of the USA/Spiro Agnew is vice president – Elizabeth II is queen of England (aged 44)/Harold Wilson is prime minister until June 19 when Edward Heath  

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 17 

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 10

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 3

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 14

Eiji Osawa, a Japanese researcher at the Toyohashi University of Technology, hypothesizes that a complete form of carbon in the shape of a soccer ball could theoretically exist (this would eventually be proven in 1985, and then found naturally on earth in Russia, the rock is called “Shungite”)

In the 1970s, Thomas Young’s (1773 – 1829) manuscript he had written three years before his death is found (it had been lost) in the papers of Sir Francis Galton at the University College London inside a black folder marked: “Biograph: notes whence extracts were made for Hereditary Genius” a book Galton had written back in the 1860’s when was studying eugenics and social Darwinism (he was Darwin’s half-cousin) (The Last Man Who Knew Everything, Pg. 15)

 

1971

Richard Nixon is the president of the USA/Spiro Agnew is vice president – Elizabeth II is queen of England/Edward Heath is prime minister

In January, The World Economic Forum is initiated by Klaus Schwab (Photo: Clockwise from left to right, Audience and attendees at the first forum; The cover of the book by Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret, which will be released on July 13, 2020; Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum in 2020; Klaus Schwab speaking at the first World Economic Forum in 1971) 

January 10, Coco Chanel, the fashion designer, dies in Paris France (b. 1883)

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 18 

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 11 

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 4 

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 15

The Brady Bunch is in their third season

The Pope’s audience hall in the Vatican is designed and built by Pier Luigi Nervi (1891-1979); (Photo: The audience hall taken with a fish-eye lens) 

  

1972

Richard Nixon is the president of the USA/Spiro Agnew is vice president –Elizabeth II is queen of England/Edward Heath is prime minister

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 19 

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 11

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 4 

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 16 

In December, Baroness Marie-Helene de Rothschild organized a surrealist-themed ball for a mix of politicians, bankers, artists, and celebrities at the Chateau de Ferrieres, one of the family’s chateaus about 15 miles outside Paris (see photos)

Nelson Rockefeller is governor of New York

 

1973

Richard Nixon is the president of the USA/Spiro Agnew is vice president –Elizabeth II is queen of England/Edward Heath is prime minister

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 20 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 12 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 5 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 17 years old

Roe v. Wade

Elvis Presley divorces Priscilla Beaulieu

The Universal Product Code (UPC) is invented, products now begin to have a barcode on them

Nelson Rockefeller ends his term as governor of New York (he’s been governor of New York since 1953) and becomes Vice President of the United States next year

Manly P. Hall is made a 33 degree Mason

The book, The Sound of Music and Plants, by Dorothy Retallack is published

 

1974

PRESIDENTS, PRIME MINISTERS & ROYALTY: Richard Nixon is the president of the USA until /Gerald Ford is vice president (though Richard Nixon resigns on _____ and Gerald Ford becomes the president, he chooses Nelson Rockefeller as his vice president, Nelson is the grandson to John D. Rockefeller and son of John Rockefeller Jr., he had already been governor of New York for over a decade) – Elizabeth II is queen of England/Edward Heath is prime minister until March 4 when Harold Wilson

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 21 years old

February 18, The band KISS releases their first album

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 13 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 6 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 18 years old

“Lucy,” a partial skeleton, is found in Hadar, Ethiopia by Donald Johanson and Maurice Taieb, and is immediately said to be the “missing link” in the evolutionary chain of modern man; Lucy is held by the Smithsonian Museum; She is less than 40% complete, and has no hands or feet; There are only fragments of her skull; Lucy got her name from the excavation team because they were listening to the popular Beatles song, “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” https://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/human-fossils/fossils/al-288-1  

The World Economic Forum has been operational for three years now, since its founding in 1971

The first binary pulsar (two neutron stars spinning rapidly enough to provide pulses of lights, and also rotating around each other in an increasingly tighter orbit) PSR 1913 + 16 is discovered by J.H. Taylor and R.A. Hulse which confirmed general relativity (they received the Noble prize in 1993)

The Getty Villa opens in Malibu

 

1975

Gerald Ford is president and Nelson Rockefeller is Vice President – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 22 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 14 years old

April 4, Microsoft is founded

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 7 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 19 years old

Vietnam War ends (lasted almost 20 years)

First Saturday Night Live airs on television

Margaret Thatcher is elected leader of the Conservative Party in the UK

 

1976

PRESIDENTS, PRIME MINISTERS & ROYALTY: Gerald Ford is president/Nelson Rockefeller is Vice President – Elizabeth II is queen of England/____ is prime minister –  

January 12, Agatha Christie dies in Winterbrook, UK, (b. 1890)

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 23 years old

January 30, George H. W. Bush (future 41st president of the USA) becomes the Director of the CIA for one year

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 15 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 8 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 20 years old

Jack Dorsey (co-founder and CEO of Twitter) is born

J. Paul Getty dies in Sutton Place, United Kingdom

A 7ft. tall skeleton is unearthed at the Chickasawba, Arkansas burial mound

Scientists observe comet West never approached closer than 18,641,135 miles from the sun, split into four fragments (this is odd, since the held belief is that comets are smooth, icy, snowballs, how are they breaking apart/melting so far out into space?) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8k7AwmKs90

Congressman Larry P. McDonald said, “…The drive of the Rockefellers and their allies is to create a one-world government combining supercapitalism and Communism under the same tent, all under their control…Do I mean conspiracy? Yes I do. I am convinced there is such a plot, international in scope, generations old in planning, and incredibly evil in intent.” He was later killed in the Korean Airlines 747 that was shot down by the Soviets on September 1, 1983   

 

1977

Jimmy Carter becomes the 39th president of the United States – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, George H. W. Bush (future 41st president of the USA) is replaced as Director of the CIA by Stansfield Turner (director 1977-1981), before this, Turner was the Supreme Allied Commander NATO Southern Europe (1975-1977), Turner was a RHODES SCHOLAR AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY and graduated there in 1950 (Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stansfield_Turner)

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 24 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 16 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 9 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 21 years old

August 16, Elvis Presley dies (aged 42) in Memphis, Tennessee

Bing Crosby dies in Spain

Star Wars: A New Hope releases in theaters

Disney’s The Rescuers releases in theaters

The Queen’s Silver Jubilee is celebrated in England

John (“Jay”) D. Rockefeller IV (Nelson Rockefeller is his uncle) becomes the governor of West Virginia at 40 years old (until 1985 when he becomes the senator from West Virginia)

 

1978

Jimmy Carter is the president – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 25 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 17 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 10 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 22 years old

The Egyptian President, Anwar el-Sadat, along with President Jimmy Carter and the Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin sign the Camp David Peace Accords

September 14, The TV Show Mork & Mindy starring Robin Williams and Pam Dawber airs its first episode (it will run until 1982)

Jay Rockefeller IV is governor of West Virginia

 

1979

Jimmy Carter is president – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 26 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 18 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 11 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 23 years old

Stephen Hawking becomes Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge (until 2009)

Saddam Hussein becomes fifth president of Iraq

Margaret Thatcher becomes the Prime Minister of England

The Egyptian President, Anwar el-Sadat signs the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty (later he’s assassinated in 1981 for it)

April 4, Heath Ledger is born to Sally Ramshaw and Kim Ledger in Perth, Western Australia

August 27, Lord Mountbatten (great grandson of Queen Victoria and second cousin to Queen Elizabeth II) is killed aboard his fishing boat in Northwest Ireland by the IRA on August 27

Jay Rockefeller IV is governor of West Virginia

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