August 15 Conspiracy 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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