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The Month of April: A Retrospective

The Month Of April: A Retrospective

April is the fourth month of the year in the Julian/Gregorian calendar system. The origin of its name is uncertain but it is related to the notion of “opening up” most likely in connection to the spring season.

The signature vibration of this month due to the historical events that has occurred is one of “creation of something new”, “maintenance of the state” and “protection of the state’s interests” or “elevation of those who serve”.  The planet to rule this month is Venus. Venus is associated with “love”, “lust”, “sexual desire” and “fertility”.

Despite its relationship with Venus, the “goddess of love” another feature of this month in the historical context is blood.  April is a bloody month. This is not to say other months do not have incidents of violence or other forms of “blood ritual” but some of the most impactful events on the American and world historical psyche have taken place in April. 

This is based on observation of the author’s personal as well as collective history.

The state of Rome was said to come into being on April 21 753 B.C.  and according to the legend it was built by twin brothers Romulus and Remus. Romulus killed Remus after they had an argument and Romulus named the city after himself. The month would serve to be very important to Roman as well as to the occult tradition.

One source points out the connection to the mythology of Venus, the Roman state and war:

“Her cult began in Ardea and Lavinium, Latium. On August 15, 293 BC, her oldest-known temple was dedicated, and August 18 became a festival called the Vinalia Rustica.

After Rome’s defeat at the Battle of Lake Trasimene in the opening episodes of the Second Punic War, the Sibylline oracle recommended the importation of the Sicillian Venus of Eryx; a temple to her was dedicated on the Capitoline Hill in 217 BC a second temple to her was dedicated in 181 BC.”

According to the occult tradition, one of its most sacred celebrations are in April.  

April 19 – May 1 is the period for “Blood Sacrifice To The Beast”. For whatever reason, “Fire” sacrifice is required on April 19. The” Blood Sacrifice To The Beast,” is the most critical 13-day period of the occult calendar.

Occult writer Doc Marquis states that:

 “April 19 is the first day of the 13-day Satanic ritual day relating to fire — the fire god, Baal, or Molech/Nimrod (the Sun God), also known as the Roman god, Saturn (Satan/Devil). This day is a major human sacrifice day, demanding fire sacrifice with an emphasis on children. This day is one of the most important human sacrifice days, and as such, has had some very important historic events occur on this day. “

  It was also in April that the Moors conquered Spain and ushered the Moorish conquest that lasted from 711 A.D. to 1492 A.D. John Gordon Ross writes : 

“In April 711, the Arab governor of Tangiers, Tariq ibn-Ziyad, crossed the strait between what are now Morocco and Spain with an army of nine or ten thousand Berbers (the place where they landed was soon to have a new name, the rock of Tariq, Jabal Tariq — Gibraltar). Goth King Roderick hastily took an army south, but Táreq and his Berber troops defeated it in a battle near the River Guadalete, and the king himself was never seen again except in legend. Tariq ordered that a group of prisoners be cut into pieces and their flesh boiled in cauldrons, then released the rest, telling them to spread the word about Moorish practices.”

According to Wikipedia in France:

”The “days of April” (journées d’avril) is a name appropriated in French history to a series of insurrections at Lyons, Paris and elsewhere, against the government of Louis Philippe in 1834, which led to violent repressive measures, and to a famous trial known as the procès d’avril.”

Listed below are some of the events that have occurred which are violent in nature or have caused many deaths. This is only a partial list.

Consider the following:

April 19, 1775 — Battle of Lexington & Concord

April 25, 1846 – U S –Mexican War Begins

April 28, 1850-Pitt River Expedition

April 12, 1861-April 9, 1865- American Civil War

April 15, 1865- Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

April 20, 1889- April 30, 1945- Adolf Hitler

April 25, 1898- Spanish-American War

April 14, 1912- Titanic Sinks; 1517 People Die

April 9, 1914- Tampico Affair

April 6, 1917- World War I (European Theatre)

April 12, 1993- Bosnian War

April 1, 1920-Allied Forces Withdraw  From Areas Involved In Russian Civil War

April 4, 1968- Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassinated

April 15, 1986- U.S. Bombing of Libya

April 19, 1993 – Government troops, tanks, and other military equipment stormed the compound of David Koresh and his followers at Waco, Texas, which resulted in the death of 54 adults, including Koresh and 21 children.

April 19, 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

April 23, 1998- James Earl Ray Convicted For The Killing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dies

April 20, 1999-Columbine High School Massacre

April 9, 1981- Eric Harris one of the two Columbine Massacre Shooters birth date

April 5, 1991- Authorization of Iraqi No Fly Zone

April 6, 1994-President Habyarimana of Rwanda and Burundian President Cyprien Ntaryamira are killed when the Rwandan leader’s plane is shot down as it is about to land at Kigali Airport. This is the tipping point event which leads to the “100 Days of Genocide” where over 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed.

April 16, 2007- Virginia Tech Massacre

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