1980-1989 A.D. - Ronald Reagan, Princess Diana & Raiders of the Lost Ark

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(Photo: Theatrical poster for the film Raiders of the Lost Ark

 

1980

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

January, The World Economic Forum has their annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland (Photo: Left to right, former secretary of state from 1973-1977, Henry Kissinger, founder of the WEF, Klaus Schwab and former British prime minister, Edward Heath at the meeting in 1980; Credit: World Economic Forum)

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 27 

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 19 

May 21, The movie The Empire Strikes Back releases in theaters

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 12 

The Summer Olympics are held in Moscow, Russia

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 24 

U2 releases first album

CNN is founded in Atlanta, GA

The Georgia “Guide Stones” are erected anonymously, a man using the pseudonym “Mr. Christian” came to the Elberton Granite Fishing Company on behalf of “a small group of loyal Americans” and paid for them to be built, the very first guideline says, “maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature”

“Modern scholars dismissed the idea that Platonic geometry could be at the foundation of our universe until the 1980s, when Professor Robert Moon (1911-1989), one of the pioneers in nuclear energy, demonstrated that the Periodic Table of Elements is based on the Platonic Solids. Nesting Platonic solids is the basis for atomic and molecular structure. The Platonic solids also play a role in chemistry as molecular organizational structures, and they are the basis for crystal patterns that occur throughout the mineral kingdom” (DWW 73)

Research in both America and Russia is done to show that subliminal messages, even if flashed on a screen for a thousandth of a second, register in the subconscious, as test subjects were able to describe what came to mind, for example, when a bee was flashed on the screen, it elicited words like “sting” and “honey,” (SAU 110)

December 24, Karl Dönitz (Hitler’s successor as president of Germany) dies in Hamburg, Germany (b. 1891)

Jay Rockefeller IV is governor of West Virginia

 

1981

Ronald Reagan becomes 40th president of the USA and George H.W. Bush becomes Vice President – Elizabeth II is queen of England

January, The annual World Economic Forum meets in Davos, Switzerland (Photo: World Economic Forum logo)

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 28 

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 20 

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 13 

June 12, The movie Raiders of the Lost Ark releases in theaters and in this SAME year there is a discovery in Jerusalem of a gate in a tunnel from the second Temple period where the Chief Rabbi as well as the Rabbi Meir Yehuda Getz claim the ark of the covenant is buried (but they are denied access to dig by the Palestinian Authority)

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 25 

July 29, Princess Diana and Prince Charles get married at St. Paul’s Cathedral

Metallica forms as a band in Los Angeles

During the Reagan Administration, the budget for the National Archives (housed in Suitland, Maryland) is cut to the bone, and the archivists are “a little behind on their work. ‘About a half century to be exact,’ said one escort. ‘They’re still at the beginning of WWII.’” (The Secret War Against the Jews Pg. 2, written in 2018)

Benny Hester’s album Nobody Knows Me Like You releases

Stephen Hawking speaks at a conference at the Vatican, Pope Paul grants the participants of the conference an audience with him and tells them that it was alright to study the evolution of the universe after the big bang, but that they should not inquire into the big bang itself because that was the moment of Creation and therefore the work of God

October 6, Islamic fundamentalists assassinate the Egyptian president Anwar el-Sadat for having signed the Camp David Peace Accords in 1978 and the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty in 1979

December 2, Britney Spears is born

Jay Rockefeller IV is governor of West Virginia

 

1982

Ronald Reagan is the president – George Bush Sr. is vice president – James Baker is White House chief of staff – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 29 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 21 years old

April 2-June14, The Falkland War between Argentina and England lasts for 10 weeks (Photo: HMS Invincible coming home after the war) 

May 27, Mork & Mindy with Robin Williams airs its last episode

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 14 years old

June 21, Prince William is born to Princess Diana and Prince Charles

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 26 years old

July 9, The movie Tron releases in theaters on July 9

Alain Aspect and his collaborators at the University of Paris-Sud conduct an experiment that conclusively demonstrates quantum nonlocality, in other words, he proved that one photon (or electron for that matter) once entangled with another photon (or electron) will react instantaneously when something happens to the other, once they’ve interacted with each other, they remain entangled, “The paradox of Aspect’s experiment is nonlocal collapse” (SAU Chapter 8)

September 22, The TV show Family Ties airs its first episode

September 26, The TV show Knight Rider starring David Hasselhoff airs its first episode (runs until 1986)

November 30, Michael Jackson’s album Thriller releases

Jay Rockefeller IV is governor of West Virginia

 

1983

Ronald Reagan is the president of the USA/George Bush Sr. is vice president/James Baker is White House chief of staff – Elizabeth II is queen of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 30 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 22 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 15 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 27 years old

Return of the Jedi releases in theaters

Congressman Larry P. McDonald dies aboard a Korean 747 flight when it is shot down by the Soviets

Jay Rockefeller IV is governor of West Virginia

 

1984

Ronald Reagan is the president of the USA/George Bush Sr. is vice president/James Baker is White House chief of staff – Elizabeth II is queen of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 31 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 23 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 16 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 28 years old

Indiana and the Temple of Doom releases in theaters

Mark Zuckerberg (founder of Facebook) is born

The Summer Olympics is held in Los Angeles, CA

September 15, Prince Harry is born

September 20, The first episode of The Cosby Show airs

Jay Rockefeller IV is governor of West Virginia

 

1985

Ronald Reagan is the president of the USA /George Bush Sr. is vice president/James Baker becomes the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 32 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 24 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 17 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 29 years old

September 12, The Mirror (UK publication) organizes a Disney Family Day at Lord and Lady Bath’s Longleat House in which Ghislaine Maxwell—who is convicted in 2021 of trafficking children to Jeffery Epstein—is one of the hosts (Photos: https://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-the-mirror-organised-a-disney-day-out-for-the-kids-at-lord-and-lady-84715409.html

Amy Grant’s Unguarded album releases

Back to the Future releases in theaters

Small Wonder airs their first episode

The National Archives and Records Administration is founded

In the mid-1980s, 25,000 Guatemalan refugees flee to the Mexico state of Campeche to escape the Guatemalan Civil War

In April, Coca-Cola releases its “New Coke” with new ingredients, but there’s such an uproar among its consumers that within 79 days they realize they had made a big mistake and change it back to the original formula

“Fullerenes” are discovered synthetically by Robert Curl, Richard Smalley and Harold Kroto while trying to simulate the high-temperature, high-pressure conditions necessary for the formation of stars (their discovery wins them the Nobel Prize in 1996), they weren’t sure fullerenes actually existed in the natural world until they found a deposit of Shungite stone in Russia in which were fullerenes (Shungite is a unique blend of carbon and silicate minerals, but their uniqueness comes from the presence of hollow molecular carbon cages known as fullerenes, they can neutralize contaminants, including bad electromagnetic fields (like the ones coming from your phone or computer) and can hold tremendous amounts of oxygen because of the carbon cages), Shungite was later found in some meteorites!

Jay Rockefeller IV goes from being the governor of West Virginia to the senator for West Virginia

 

1986

Ronald Reagan is the president/George Bush Sr. is vice president/Donald Regan is White House chief of staff – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 33 years old

January 28, Space shuttle Challenger disaster after lift off

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 25 years old

April 26, the Chernobyl nuclear disaster happens

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 18 years old

July 2, The Great Mouse Detective releases in theaters

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 30 years old

Cary Grant dies

Metallica releases Master of Puppets (their heaviest and most influential thrash metal album)

An American Tail (Fievel) is released in theaters and the song Somewhere Out There becomes popular

The band No Doubt forms, but they don’t get popular until the early 1990s

Jay Rockefeller IV is the senator of West Virginia

 

1987

Ronald Reagan is the president/George H.W. Bush is vice president/Donald Regan is White House chief of staff until February 27 when Howard Baker takes over – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England  

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 34 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 26 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 19 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 31 years old

Fred Astaire dies in Los Angeles, California

The song “Electric Blue” by Icehouse releases

The song “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Whitney Houston releases

Jonathan Pollard, a U.S. Naval Intelligence officer, is discovered to be an Israeli spy and is sent to jail (he is released in 2015)

David Rubenstein co-founds the Carlyle Group, prior to this he practiced law in Washington D.C. with Shaw, Pittman, Potts & Trowbridge LLP (now Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, and was Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy from 1911-1981 (see the year 1990)

The Naval Intelligence office is in Suitland, Maryland is opened

September 22, the first episode of Full House airs (goes until 1995)

September 28, the first episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation airs (ends in 1994)

September 25, The Princess Bride releases in theaters

Jay Rockefeller IV is the senator of West Virginia

 

1988

Ronald Reagan is the president/George Bush Sr. is vice president – Howard Baker is White House chief of staff until July 1 when Kenneth Duberstein takes over – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 35 years old

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 27 years old

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 20 years old

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 32 years old

July 22, Carter Cooper (Anderson Cooper’s brother and the son of Gloria Vanderbilt) commits suicide by jumping out of the 14th floor window of his mother’s New York City apartment, 10 Gracie Square, he was 23 years old

A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking is published

The Summer Olympics is held in Seoul, South Korea

Wind Beneath My Wings song by Bette Midler releases

Full House is on their second season

Star Trek: The Next Generation is in their second season

 

August 17, James Baker leaves the office of U.S. Secretary of the Treasury (he becomes the Secretary of State next year under George Bush Sr.)

Benny Hester’s album Personal Best releases with songs like Nobody Loves Me Like You and Be A Receiver

December 21, the movie Working Girl is released, featuring Harrison Ford, Melanie Griffith, Sigourney Weaver, and also Kevin Spacey who is just now making it into the movies

Jay Rockefeller IV is the senator of West Virginia

 

1989

George Bush Sr. becomes 41st president of the United States/Dan Quayle becomes the vice president/John Sununu becomes White House Chief of Staff/James Baker becomes Secretary of State – Queen Elizabeth II is on the throne of England

January 20, Jeffery Epstein turns 36 years old

January 25, a Memorandum is created titled “Holdings of James A. Baker III and his immediate family” is given to President Bush Sr. on January 25 (five days after becoming president) in which is disclosed “holdings in Amoco, Exxon, Texaco, and a half-dozen petroleum trusts and partnerships” (SWAJ 4 footnote 4) (now see 1990)

February 19, Prince Andrew turns 28 years old

May 24, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade releases in theaters

June 3, Anderson Cooper turns 21 years old and graduates from Yale with a Bachelor of Arts (he’s hired by ABC News in 1995)

June 23, Honey I Shrunk the Kids Releases in Theaters

July 9, Tom Hanks turns 33 years old

David Bohm is interviewed at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, he speaks on a Worldview based upon Wholeness, he sees unity and order in the Universe, we see the parts because that’s the way we approach it, we’ve been making the parts priority, “but go back 1,000 years,” he says, they used to put the priority on the        whole

The first episode Seinfeld airs

Full House is in their third season

Star Trek: The Next Generation is in their third season

September 22, Family Matters airs their first episode on September 22 (ends in 1997)

The Berlin wall is taken down

October 7, the last episode of American Bandstand airs

November 15, The Little Mermaid releases in theaters

In December, the first episode of The Simpsons airs

Jay Rockefeller IV is the senator of West Virginia

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