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  • prometheus_973
    Hi Etznab, This is very interesting information. Thanks for sharing it! And BTW - Happy New Year Everyone!
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 1, 2007
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      Hi Etznab,
      This is very interesting information. Thanks for
      sharing it! And BTW - Happy New Year Everyone!



      etznab wrote:
      >
      > O.K. so it's a holiday and I haven't anything else better to do. After
      > this I'll try to get off the computer so I won't bother you with any more
      > trivia.
      >
      > The cornerstone for the Pentagon was laid on 09/11/1941.
      >
      > Ground was broken for the temple of Eck on 09/11/1989.
      >
      > September 11th was 09/11/2001
      >
      > There are 48 years between the Pentagon and the Temple
      > and 12 years between the Temple and 911.
      >
      > So with nothing else better to do I subtracted 12 years from
      > 1941 and got 1929. The stock market crashed that year.
      >
      > I subtracted 48 years from 1941 and got 1893. There was
      > a stock market crash (in June) that year too.
      >
      > Then I searched the year 1893 to see what happened on
      > September 11th for that year. No. 2 on the list was:
      >
      > Swami Vivekananda at the World Congress of Religions.
      > September 11, 1893.
      >
      > www.swamij.com/swami-vivekananda-1893.htm
      >
      > So, ground was broken for the Temple of Eck just 96 years
      > to the day after Swami Vivekananda gave his historic speech
      > at the World Congress of Religions.
      >
      > In 1993, about 100 years later, David Lane published
      > The Making of a Spiritual Movement. How ironic (This
      > computer is starting to scare me and I don't know that
      > I want to search this any further :)
      >
      > At any rate, here is a short excerpt from the Swami link:
      >
      > Swami Vivekananda’s standing ovation: Swami
      > Vivekananda's opening talk is a benchmark, in that he
      > was one of the earlier teachers to come to America
      > from the East, and the first swami to visit America.
      >
      > This name rings a bell to me for some reason. Didn't Ford
      > Johnson give a quote by him in his book Confessions? The
      > same quote that Paul Twitchell attributed to Rebazar Tarzs?
      > Maybe that was a different Swami Vivekananda?
      >
      > Well at any rate, it looks like another entry for the timeline.
      >
      > Etznab
      >
      > P.S. If there are typos or incorrect math in this post somebody
      > feel free to correct me.
      >
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