Around 2012, 50 years before and after, the disasters have become more and more frequent. Assimilation of the Galactic civilization, the heaven, Earth, and people are all cooperating with this transformation. The heaven and the Earth do not speak human words, but it is not that they are silent. The ancients said: God is angry! They will use their actions to prove that human society is changing with the shock of the Earth.
The Star system civilization is controlled by the dark forces. The political system of most countries is dictatorship and despotism; the religious system is idolatry and false Gods; the scientific system is the study of practical and murderous weapons, and catastrophe is in sight.
The Galactic civilization is using the transformation of heaven, Earth, and people to shake these corrupt dark forces, causing them to feel shock and death. The global virus in 2020 is an example. This is the declaration of war by the "light forces" Galactic civilization against the "dark forces" Stellar civilization, and the accusations of the disasters and mistakes they have caused for thousands of years.
From the inspiration after the religious massacre on September 11, 2001, the theoretical system of Galactic civilization began to be created, and it was completed around the Passover in 2018. While writing around the centre in 2012, I felt that the heaven, Earth, and people were all accompanied growth and shock by theories.
We have enumerated a list of disasters from the first 50 years before year 2012, and year 2012 to the present 2020. They are accompanied by the arrival and growth of the galactic civilization, predicting the final end of the stellar civilization.
Two: Natural disasters ( From 1960s to 2020s )
In the first 50 years before year 2012, and from year 2012 to 2020 include rain, drought, heat, locust and snow disasters.
Dec.1960---Nor'easter snowstorm in the United States, 286 deaths.
Sep.1961---U.S.A Hurricane “Esther” crashed the plane in North Carolina, killing 7 poeple.
Jan.10,1962---The temperature in Peru rose rapidly for a short time, and the Huascaran Mountain avalanche, about 4,000 people died.
May.31,1963---Affected by drought in Hong Kong, the highest temperature was 35.5 degrees, and the death is unknown.
Apr.1964---Tornado in Jessore, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), 500 died.
Aug.30,1965---During the construction of the Matmark dam in Valais, Switzerland, the glacier capsized and 88 people died.
Jan.27,1966---Snowstorm in Oswego, New York State, northern United States, 201 deaths.
Feb.7,1967---Fire in Tasmania, Australia, 62 people died.
Dec.1968---African countries experienced droughts in different months, and 1.5 million people starved to death.
Apr.14,1969---East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) tornado, 660 deaths.
May.17,1970---Jamaica, Panama, Cuba and other countries were hit by Hurricane Alma, killing 8 people.
Nov.13,1970---Cyclone Bora in East Pakistan (Bangladesh) killed 500,000 people.
Jun.1971---Flooding in Hanoi, Vietnam and the Red River Delta, about 100,000 people died.
Feb.1972---Snowstorm in Iran, the deadliest blizzard in history, with 4,000 deaths. Apr.17,1973---Tornado in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 681 died.
Dec.1973---A severe drought in the Sahel in Sudan, about 300,000 people died.
Dec.25,1974---Australia's tropical cyclone "Tracy" struck Darwin Harbor, killing 71 people.
Aug.7,1975---Typhoon Nina in Henan, P.R.China caused the dam to break, causing more than 220,000 deaths.
Mar.8,1976---A rare meteorite rain landed in Jilin area in China.
Aug.25,1976---Hong Kong suffered heavy rains for several days, a landslide occurred in Xiumaoping, and 18 people died.
Apr.1,1977---The Madaripur-Shibchar tornado in Bangladesh, 500 died.
Aug.30,1978---The strongest hurricane in Canadian waters, "Ella", severely damaged the tourism industry.
Aug.29,1979---American tropical storm "Irina" struck the coast of Texas, killing 3 people.
Apr.1980---American heat wave, spreading to North Dakota, etc., with more than 1,700 deaths.
Nov.1981---The Bahamas and the Great Antilles were hit by Hurricane Katrina and two people died.
Jun.1982---Subtropical storm in Florida, USA, 3 people died.
Feb.16,1983---Australia’s Ash Wednesday forest fire, 75 dead.
Jun.9,1984---Ivanovo-Yaroslavl Tornado in the Soviet Union, 400 deaths.
Oct.18,1984---Ethiopian famine, 17 million deaths.
Nov.1985---The United States was hit by Hurricane Kate, and 15 people died.
Aug.1986---Northwest Florida, USA, was hit by Hurricane Charlie, killing 17 people.
May.1,1987---P.R.China's Daxinganling fire, 191 died.
Jul.1988---The Midwestern United States heat wave, the worst in 54 years, with more than 5,000 deaths.
Apr.26, 1989---Daulatpur-Saturya Tornado, Bangladesh, 1,300 dead.
Oct.1990---Florida, USA was hit by tropical storm "Marco", 12 people were killed.
Apr.29,1991---Cyclone in Bangladesh, more than 130,000 people died.
Aug.1991---Forest fire in Indonesia, 57 died.
Mar.1992---Nepal wildfire, 56 died.
Mar.1993---American Century Storm, 318 died.
Nov.1994---Haiti and other Central American countries were hit by Hurricane Gordon, killing more than 1,100 people.
Sep.1995---Northern Mexico was hit by Hurricane Ismail, killing more than 100 people.
Jun.1996---Northern Colombia was hit hard by Atlantic Hurricane Cesar, killing 51 people.
Sep.1997---Forest fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan, Indonesia, 240 people died.
Jun.1998---India heat wave, 2,541 deaths.
Oct.1998---The Philippines, Taiwan and Japan were hit by Typhoon Xie Bai, causing more than 180 casualties.
Dec.14,1999---Vargas, Venezuela, torrential rain and mudslides, more than 10,000 people died.
Aug.2000---P.R.China and Taiwan were hit by the 17th level of the super typhoon "Bilis", killing more than 800 people.
Sep.2001---Taiwan was hit by Typhoon Lily, which killed 94 people.
Aug.2002---South Korea was hit by the strongest typhoon "Lusha" in 43 years, killing 233 people.
Aug.2003---European heat wave, a total of 35,000 people were killed in Southern Europe.
Jun.2004---The Philippines and Taiwan were hit by Typhoon Dandelion and 64 people died.
Jun.2005---Mexico, the United States, Cuba and other countries were affected by the Atlantic hurricane season, and 3,913 people died.
Jun.2006---The European heat wave affected most European countries, with about 3,418 deaths.
Jun.28,2007---Forest fire in Greece, 84 deaths.
Jan.2008---Snowstorm in Afghanistan, 926 people died.
May.2,2008---Cyclone Nargis, Myanmar, killing 138,366.
Feb.7,2009---In the Victoria Forest Fire in Australia, 180 died.
Jul.2010---Russia's heat wave and forest fires, about 56,000 deaths.
Aug.2010---Japan heat wave, 1718 deaths
Aug.2011---Japan was hit by Pacific Typhoon "Talas", 73 deaths.
Jul.2012---Japan, North Korea, and South Korea were attacked by the severe tropical storm "Kanu", with 89 deaths.
Nov.2013---The Philippines and China were attacked by the 21st century's strongest storm "Haiyan", killing 6340 people.
Jul.2014---Japan was hit by the super typhoon "Xia Lang" and 10 people died.
May.2015---A heat wave of 50 degrees in the provinces of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in southern India resulted in about 2,500 deaths.
Jun.2015---The heat wave continued in various provinces of Pakistan, with about 2,000 deaths.
Aug.2016---Japan, North Korea and Russia were hit by the super typhoon "Lion Mountain", and about 550 people died.
Oct.8,2017---Wildfires in northern California, USA, 44 died.
Oct.15,2017---Iberian wildfires in Portugal and Spain, 49 dead.
Jul.23,2018---A series of forest fires occurred near the Greek capital Athens, killing about 99 people.
Aug.2018---Japan and the Northern Mariana Islands were hit by the super typhoon Feiyan, and 17 people died.
Jun.2019---A locust plague occurred in Africa, Kenya and Ethiopia, and dozens of people died.
Sep.2019---Forest fires in all provinces of Australia destroyed countless animals and houses, and about 33 people died.
Feb.2020---Hail and thunderstorms occurred in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, Jiangnan and other places in China, and one person died.
Three: Earth disaster ( From 1960s to 2020s )
Before the 1960s, there would be no major Earthquakes for decades or hundreds of years. After the 1960s, major Earthquakes have become more and more frequent. Almost every year there are major Earthquakes of magnitude 7 or higher, including those with the largest number of deaths.
May.22,1960---A major Earthquake in Valdivia, Chile, with a magnitude of 9.6 and 5,700 deaths.
Apr.4,1961---Jiashi County, Xinjiang, P.R.China, magnitude 6.4, death unknown.
Jun.4,1961---A magnitude 8 Earthquake occurred in the Alingshan area of Tibet, China, and the death is unknown.
Mar.19,1962---A massive Earthquake in Guangzhou, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 6.1, and his death is unknown.
Apr.19,1963---Arak Lake, Qinghai, P.R.China, suffered a magnitude 7.0 Earthquake. The death is unknown.
Mar.27,1964---Alaska, United States, a major Earthquake on Good Friday, 8.5 magnitude, 139 deaths.
Feb.4,1965---An Earthquake occurred on Rattle Island, Alaska, USA, with a magnitude of 8.7, and the death is unknown.
Mar.8,1966---An Earthquake in Xingtai, Hebei Province, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 6.8, killed 8,064 people.
Dec.11,1967---The Koina Dam in India triggered an Earthquake with magnitude 6.3 and 200 deaths.
Jan.15,1968---An Earthquake occurred in Sicily, Italy, killing 380 people.
Aug.31,1968---An Earthquake occurred in northeastern Iran with a magnitude of 7.4 and 12,000 deaths.
Jul.18,1969---The Bohai Bay Earthquake at the mouth of the Old Yellow River in Shandong Province, China, with a magnitude of 7.4 and 10 deaths.
May.31,1970---Ancash Earthquake, Peru, with a magnitude of 8 and about 90,000 deaths.
Jul.14,1971---Papua New Guinea's Solomon Islands Earthquake, magnitude 8.1, 2 people killed.
Apr.24,1972---An Earthquake occurred in Ruisui Township, Hualien County, Taiwan, with a magnitude of 7.2 and 5 deaths.
Feb.6,1973---Yade Earthquake in Luhuo County, Sichuan Province, P.R.China, magnitude 7.6, 2175 deaths.
May.11,1974---The Great Pass Earthquake in Zhaotong District, Yunnan Province, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 7.1 and 1,423 deaths.
Feb.4,1975---Haicheng, Liaoning Province, China, a major Earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 and 1328 deaths.
Jul.28,1976---Tangshan, P.R.China, a major Earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 and more than 240,000 deaths .
Mar.4,1977---Bucharest, Romania Earthquake, magnitude 7.2, 1578 deaths.
Jun.12,1978---An Earthquake occurred off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, with a magnitude of 7.7 and 28 people were killed.
Jul.9,1979---An Earthquake occurred in Liyang County, Jiangsu Province, China, with a magnitude of 6 and 41 deaths.
Dec.17,1979---An Earthquake off Bali Island, Indonesia, with a magnitude of 6.3, 27 people were killed.
May.18,1980---Mount St. Helens erupted in the United States, and 57 people died.
Oct.10,1980---An Earthquake occurred in Algeria with a magnitude of 7.3 and 1,000 deaths.
Nov.13,1980---An Earthquake occurred in Italy with a magnitude of 7.2 and 2,735 deaths.
Jan.24,1981---An Earthquake occurred in Daofu, Sichuan Province, China, with a magnitude of 6.8 and about 150 deaths.
Jul.28,1981---An Earthquake occurred in southern Iran with a magnitude of 7.3 and 1,500 deaths.
Dec.13,1981---An Earthquake occurred in Yemen with a magnitude of 6.0 and 3,000 deaths.
Mar.29,1982---Mexico's El Chichón volcano erupted, killing 3,500.
Oct.30,1983---An Earthquake occurred in Turkey with a magnitude of 6.0 and 1,300 deaths.
Aug.15,1984---Lake Monauen, Cameroon, erupted at the bottom of the lake, 37 died.
Nov.13,1985---Amero tragedy in Colombia, 23,000 deaths.
Sep.19,1985---Mexico City Earthquake, 7.8 magnitude, more than 7,000 deaths.
Aug.21,1986---An eruption at the bottom of Lake Nios, Cameroon, killing 1,744 people.
Oct.10,1986---An Earthquake occurred in El Salvador with a magnitude of 7.5 and 1,500 deaths.
Mar.5,1987---An Earthquake occurred in Ecuador with a magnitude of 7.0 and more than 1,000 deaths.
Dec.7,1988---The Spitalk Earthquake in northern Armenia of the Soviet Union, magnitude 6.8, killed 25,000 people.
Oct.17,1989---A major Earthquake occurred in San Francisco, USA, with a magnitude of 6.9 and more than 270 deaths.
Jun.21,1990---Mangil-Rudba Earthquake in Iran, magnitude 7.7, about 35,000 people died.
Jul.16,1990---An Earthquake occurred in the Philippines with a magnitude of 7.7 and approximately 2,000 deaths.
Feb.1,1991---An Earthquake occurred in Pakistan and Afghanistan with a magnitude of 6.8 and a total of 1,200 people died.
Jun.3,1991---Unzendake Volcano erupted in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan, and 43 people died.
Jun.1991---Mount Pinatubo erupted in the Philippines, the second largest volcano erupted in the 20th century, killing hundreds of people.
Oct.20,1991---An Earthquake occurred in the northeast of New Delhi, India, with a magnitude of 6.1 and 1,600 deaths.
Dec.12,1992---An Earthquake occurred in Indonesia with a magnitude of 6.8, and about 2,200 people died.
Sep.30,1993---Five Earthquakes occurred in India, with a maximum magnitude of 6.4 and 22,000 deaths.
Jun.6,1994---An Earthquake occurred in southwest Colombia with a magnitude of 6.8 and at least 1,000 deaths.
Jan.17,1995---The Great Hanshin Earthquake in Japan, with a magnitude of 7.3 and 6,500 deaths.
May.28,1995---An Earthquake occurred on Sakhalin Island in the Far East of Russia, with a magnitude of 7.5 and nearly 2,000 deaths.
Jul.12,1995---An Earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 in Menglian County, Yunnan Province, China, 11 people died.
Feb.3,1996---An Earthquake occurred in Lijiang, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 7.0, and 309 people were killed.
Feb.28,1997---An Earthquake occurred in northwestern Iran with a magnitude of 6.1 and more than 1,000 deaths.
May.10,1997---An Earthquake occurred in northwestern Iran with a magnitude of 7.1 and about 1,560 people died.
Feb.4,1998---An Earthquake occurred in Afghanistan with a magnitude of 6.1 and 4,500 deaths.
May.30,1998---An Earthquake in Afghanistan, which killed more than 3,000 people.
Jul.17,1998---An Earthquake and tsunami occurred in Papua New Guinea, killing about 1,500 people.
Jan.25,1999---An Earthquake occurred in Colombia with a magnitude of 6.2 and more than 1,200 deaths.
Aug.17,1999---A major Earthquake in Izmit, Turkey, with a magnitude of 7.6 and 17,000 deaths.
Sep.21,1999---Chichi Earthquake occurred in Taiwan with magnitude 7.3 and 2415 deaths.
Jan.14,2000---An Earthquake in Yao'an County, Yunnan Province, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 5.9 and 7 deaths.
Aug.6,2000---A huge Earthquake occurred on Sakhalin Island in the Far East of Russia, with a magnitude of 8.5 and many deaths.
Oct.7,2000---An Earthquake occurred in Tottori Prefecture, central Japan, with a magnitude of 7.3 and many deaths.
Jan.26,2001---A massive Earthquake in Gujarat, India, with a magnitude of 8, and 15,000 deaths.
Jun.22,2002---An Earthquake occurred in Buin Zahra, northwestern Iran, with a magnitude of 6.5 and 261 deaths.
Dec.26,2003---An Earthquake in Bam County, Kerman Province, southeast Iran, with a magnitude of 6.6 and 26,271 deaths.
Oct.25,2003---An Earthquake occurred in Minle County, Gansu Province, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 6.1 and 10 casualties.
Dec.26,2004---The Great Indian Ocean Earthquake and the South Asian Tsunami, with a magnitude of 9, over 280,000 people died.
Mar.28,2005---Sumatra, Indonesia Earthquake, magnitude 8.2, more than 2,000 people were killed.
Oct.8,2005---Kashmir, Pakistan Earthquake, magnitude 7.6, about 90,000 people died.
Dec.26,2006---A strong Earthquake off the coast of Pingtung, Taiwan, with a magnitude of 7.2 and 2 deaths.
Sep.12,2007---An Earthquake occurred in Indonesia with a magnitude of 7.9, and the death toll has risen to 70.
May.12,2008---The Wenchuan Earthquake in Sichuan, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 8.2 and over 69,000 deaths.
Sept.30,2009---Indonesia Sumatra Earthquake, magnitude 7.6, 1,100 people were killed.
Jan.12,2010---An Earthquake in Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, with a magnitude of 7, and about 220,000 people died.
Oct.25,2010---Sumatra, Indonesia Earthquake and tsunami, magnitude 7.7, killed 435 people.
Mar.11,2011---Japan's northeastern Pacific coast Earthquake and tsunami, magnitude 9, 15893 deaths.
Dec.7,2012---Kamaishi City waters southeast of Japan Earthquake, magnitude 7.3, and 3 people dead.
Apr.20,2013---Ya'an Earthquake, P.R.China, magnitude 7.0, the death 160 people. Sep.24,2013---An Earthquake occurred in southwestern Pakistan with a magnitude of 7.8 and 359 people were killed.
Apr.2,2014---Chile Earthquake in the north-west coast, magnitude 8.0, 6 people died.
Apr.25,2015---A series of Earthquakes in the Himalayas of Nepal, with a magnitude of 7.8, killed 9018 people.
Dec.17,2016---Papua New Guinea Earthquake, magnitude 7.9, not many deaths.
Apr.17,2016---An Earthquake off the coast of Ecuador, with a magnitude of 7.8, killed 654 people.
Nov.15,2016---An Earthquake in the central South Island of New Zealand, with a magnitude of 7.5, killed 2 people.
Aug.8,2017---An Earthquake in Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 7, and 25 deaths.
Sep.19,2017---Mexico City Earthquake, magnitude 7.1, 216 deaths.
Sep.28,2018---A series of Earthquakes in Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia, with a magnitude of 7.7, killed 2010 people.
Sep.24,2019---Jhelum Earthquake in Pakistan, magnitude 5.8, killed 43 people.
May.26,2019---An Earthquake in northern Peru, with a magnitude of 7.8, killed 1 person.
Jan.28,2020---An Earthquake in the Caribbean Sea in southern Cuba, magnitude 7.7, with very few deaths.
May.16,2020---Nevada Earthquake, magnitude 6.5, not many dead.
Four: Human disasters ( From 1960s to 2020s )
The disasters are mainly man-made, including religious conflicts, ethnic conflicts, conflicts between rich and poor, conflicts between cultural differences, and conflicts between democratic dictatorship, etc.
1960---P.R.China's prolonged famine or difficult period, which ended in 1962.
Mar.6,1960---The United States announced that it would send 3,500 US soldiers to Vietnam, and the Vietnam War began.
Apr.17,1961---The conflict between the United States and Cuba, the Bay of Pigs incident, more than 360 people died.
May.16,1961---South Korea's Park Jeong-hee launched a “May 16 military coup” and launched its dictatorship.
Oct.1962---“Sino-Indian” border war, more than 3,000 people were killed on both sides.
Oct.1962---The outbreak of the Cuban Missile Crisis was the closest that the Cold War was on the verge of a full-scale nuclear war.
Feb.2,1963---A cold storage operation took place in Singapore and the authorities arrested at least 111 leftists.
Aug.21,1963---South Vietnam Wu Tingtao led troops to search the Relic Temple, and hundreds of Buddhists were killed.
Jul.21,1964---A large-scale clash between Malays and Chinese broke out in Singapore, killing 50 people.
Aug.3,1964---North Vietnam and the United States armed conflict in the Beibu Gulf, leading to the United States' involvement in the Vietnam War.
Apr.1965---The Second India-Pakistan War or the Second Kashmir War, thousands of casualties on both sides.
Sep.30,1965---“The September 30 incident” in Indonesia, President Sukarno killed hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.
May.16,1966---The Chinese Cultural Revolution broke out with countless deaths and the turmoil ended in 1976.
Dec.3,1966---“The Dec.3 incident” broke out in Portuguese-owned Macau, police and civilian clashes, and 8 people died.
Apr.7,1967---“Arab-Israeli” conflict, the third war broke out in the Middle East, known as the "Six-Day War" in history.
Jul.6,1967---The Nigerian Civil War broke out and ended on January 15, 1970, with 70,000 deaths on both sides.
Jan.1968---the Prague Spring incident, the Soviet Union sent troops to occupy Czechoslovakia.
Oct.1968---The Mexican government shot and killed students and civilian protesters, the Tlatelolco incident.
Mar.2,1969---“The Sino-Soviet” armed conflict on Zhenbao Island ended on the 15th and 87 people died on both sides.
Jun.28,1969---American homosexuals launched a Stonewall riot, many people were injured.
Feb.8,1970---Political prisoners of Taiwan’s Taiyuan Prison launched Independence Movement and prison revolution, and many people died.
Dec.20,1970---A large-scale military-civilian conflict during the U.S. rule of Ryukyu, a dead riot.
Sep.13,1971---Chinese Vice Chairman Lin Biao fled by plane and died in Windur Khan, Mongolia.
Dec.3,1971---The third India-Pakistan war broke out, Pakistan air strikes 11 Indian air bases.
May.30,1972---The Japanese Red Army committed a murder at the airport in Tel Aviv, causing 26 deaths.
Sep.5,1972---the Munich tragedy in West Germany, the PLO attacked the Israeli delegation, and 11 people died.
Oct.6,1973---The fourth Middle East war broke out, triggering an oil crisis, and 18 thousand deaths on both sides.
Nov.29,1973---A fire in the Ocean Department Store occurred in Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan, killing 103 people.
Jan.19,1974---China and Vietnam engaged in an archipelago battle over the Paracel Islands, and both sides died 71.
Sep.12,1974---Revolution broke out in Ethiopia, soldiers overthrew Emperor Selassie, 1.4 million people died.
Sep.16,1975---The Lebanese Civil War began and continued, killing approximately 120,000 people.
Dec.7,1975---Indonesian military occupation of East Timor, by 1999, a total of 200,000 people died.
Apr.4,1976---Prince Sihanouk of Cambodia resigned and was later arrested, causing numerous deaths in domestic turmoil.
Oct.6,1976---P.R.China's Huairentang Incident, Mao Zedong's widow Jiang Qing and others were arrested, and the Cultural Revolution ended.
Mar.27,1977---Tenerife plane crash, Pan Am and KLM planes collided, 583 people died.
Oct.13,1977---Lufthansa Flight 181 was hijacked by the PLO, and the hijacker died.
Jul.11,1978---A gas truck exploded in the province of Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain, killing 217 people.
Nov.18,1978---More than 900 followers of the "People's Temple" of the American leader Jim Jones committed suicide.
Jan.1979---Vietnam occupied Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and the Sino-Vietnamese border war broke out, killing about 140,000 soldiers and civilians.
Dec.1979---The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan and withdrew in 1988. Approximately 900,000 soldiers and civilians died.
May.18,1980---The Gwangju incident occurred in South Korea. The citizens demanded democracy and the government suppressed it. About 620 died.
Sep.22,1980---The Iran-Iraq War broke out and the border war lasted eight years. The two sides suffered about 870,000 casualties.
Jun.7,1981---Israel sent military aircraft to blow up nuclear reactors in Iraq, killing about 10 people.
Jul.9,1981---A passenger train crashed into a bridge on the Chengdu-Kunming Railway in P.R.China, killing more than 240 people.
Apr.1982---A war broke out between Britain and Argentina for sovereignty over the Falkland Islands. About 900 people died.
Sep.16,1982---Massacre in the Shatila refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon, killing about 2,000 people.
Feb.21,1983---Assam students in India protested against Bangladeshi Muslim refugees, and 600 people were killed.
Oct.25,1983---The United States and the Caribbean countries sent troops to Grenada, and 90 people died on both sides.
Oct.12,1984---The Brighton Hotel bombing by the British Irish Republican Army killed 5 people.
Dec.3,1984---Bhopal gas leak in Madhya Pradesh, India, killing about 16,000 people.
Jan.12,1985---A terrorist attack on Borobudur, a Buddhist site in Central Java, Indonesia, killing several people.
Jun.23,1985---The Air India flight was blown up by the Kalistan movement in Ireland, killing 329 people.
Feb.1986---The Philippine People's Power Revolution, ending the 20-year rule of President Marcos that killed countless people.
Apr.26,1986---The accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, the Soviet Union, continued to kill about 4,000 people.
Jul.15,1987---Taiwan lifted the 38-year martial law, and about 140,000 people were killed during this period.
Jun.10,1987---The June Democratic Movement in South Korea agreed to direct presidential elections and adopted democratic reform measures.
May.14,1988---The world's longest oil tanker was sunk by an Iraqi warplane missile while passing through the Strait of Hormuz.
Sep.18,1988---The Burmese military government suppressed the protesters, and about a thousand students, monks and children were killed.
Jun.4,1989---The Tiananmen Square Incident on June 4th broke out in P.R.China.
Dec.1989---The United States sent troops to Panama and captured the top leader of Panama. About 350 deaths occurred on both sides.
Oct.1990---The fall of the Berlin Wall, the merger of the two Germanys, and the drastic changes in Eastern Europe, hundreds of thousands of people died during the period.
Aug.2,1990---Iraq occupied Kuwait, the Persian Gulf War broke out, and ended in 1991 with 25,000 deaths.
Jun.27,1991---Yugoslavia's civil war broke out, killing tens of thousands of lives for several months.
Dec.1991---The Warsaw Pact was dissolved, the Soviet Union disintegrated, the Cold War ended, and millions of people died during the period.
Apr.1,1992---The Bosnian War broke out and ended in 1995. The war killed about 200,000 people.
May.17,1992---Hundreds of thousands of people in Thailand participated in opposing military interventions, and the military suppressed them, and dozens of them were killed.
Jan.1,1993---Czechoslovakia split into two independent countries, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Apr.19,1993---The FBI tanks invaded the Davidic stronghold, and more than 80 followers died.
Dec.1994---The Chechen War in Russia broke out and ended in 2009 with more than 100,000 deaths.
Apr.6,1994---Rwanda genocide occurred, about 800,000 people were killed.
Mar.20,1995---Japan's Aum Shinrikyo launched a sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway, killing 12 people.
Apr.19,1995---An explosion occurred at the Federal Building in Oklahoma, USA, killing 168 people.
Jun.25,1996---A terrorist attack on a US military base in Saudi Arabia resulted in 20 deaths and 372 wounded.
Jul.25,1996---A military coup occurred in Burundi, and dozens of people died.
Apr.14,1997---A fire in a pilgrimage camp in Meena Plain, 11 kilometers from Mecca, Saudi Arabia, killed 343 people.
Nov.17,1997---The Hatshepsut Temple in Luxor, Egypt, Islamist forces killed 62 tourists.
May.13,1998---Indonesia's May national anti-China riots killed more than 1,200 people.
Aug.7,1998---The U.S. Embassy in Tanzania and Kenya exploded successively, killing 224 people.
Mar.24,1999---The Kosovo War or NATO's air strikes against Yugoslavia killed thousands.
Jun.30,1999---A summer camp fire in Hwaseong County, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, killed 23 people.
Aug.21,2000---All officers and men of the Russian Navy Kursk were killed, 118 dead. Nov.17,2000---Peruvian President Ken Fujimori went into exile in Japan, ending ten years of dictatorship and countless rulings.
Mar.12,2001---The Afghan Taliban destroyed two 5th-century Buddha statues in Bamyan.
Sep.11,2001---The World Trade Centre was crashed by terrorists using a plane, and more than 2,700 died.
Mar.29,2002---The conflict between Palestine and Israel escalated, resulting in more than a thousand deaths.
Oct.23,2002---The threat of the Moscow Opera House in Russia, resulting in more than 100 deaths.
Jan.2003---The SARS epidemic broke out in P.R.China, with more than 6,000 deaths worldwide.
Mar.20,2003---Iraqi Persian Gulf War, the United States and Britain used force, a total of 170,000 people died.
Mar.11,2004---"3.11 serial bombings" in Madrid, Spain, with a total of 191 deaths.
Sep.1,2004---Chechen armed forces created a "Beslan Hostage Incident" in southern Russia, killing 396 people.
Jul.7,2005---Seven explosions occurred in London, England, causing 56 deaths in subway stations and buses.
Oct.29,2005---The riots in Paris, France, the black immigrants were beaten, smashed, and looted, and dozens of people died.
Jul.11,2006---A serial train bombing in Mumbai, India, killing more than 200 people.
Jul.12,2006---Israel and Lebanon Hezbollah clash, claiming that the July War killed many people.
Jan.1,2007---A serial bombing occurred in Bangkok, Thailand, killing 3 people and seriously wounding 38 people.
Aug.15,2007---An anti-junta demonstration took place in Myanmar, calling it the "Saffron Revolution", and several people died.
Aug.2008---The South Ossetia War broke out in Georgia, and more than 1,870 people died.
Nov.26,2008---A series of terrorist attacks occurred in Mumbai, India, killing at least 195 people.
Mar.9,2009---The United States confirmed that a variant of the H1N1 influenza virus caused an epidemic, and more than 150,000 people died.
Jan.20,2009---Israel and Hamas used white phosphorous bombs in the Gaza War, killing countless people.
Apr.6,2010---Kyrgyzstan's opposition revolution overthrew the government, 100 people died in violence.
Dec.17,2010---Anti-government demonstrations in Tunisia, North Africa, led to the fall of the regime and the Jasmine Revolution.
Feb.2011---An armed conflict between the Syrian government forces and the opposition, many countries intervened, and 10,000 people died.
Feb.17,2011---Libya's civil war, Gaddafi fought with the rebel forces, and 10,000 people died.
Jan.2012---The conflict in northern Mali, the Azawad National Liberation Movement, killed hundreds of people.
Dec.10,2012---Civil war in the Central African Republic, government forces and "Sereka", more than 5,100 people died.
Aug.21,2013---A chemical weapon attack occurred in Damascus, Syria, killing 322 people.
Dec.14,2013---South Sudan began a civil war, the conflict extended to Jonglei Province, at least 500 people died.
Apr.3,2014---The Ebola virus epidemic in south-eastern Guinea, Africa, with more than 7,000 deaths.
Jun.2014---The Middle East ISIS organization began to expand in northern Iraq, killing thousands of people.
Jan.8,2015---Nigeria's Boko Haram organization massacred hundreds of people in the town of Baja.
Mar.2015---Brazil has a large-scale epidemic of Zika virus, with microcephaly cases and dozens of deaths.
Jul.23,2016---Two explosions occurred in the De Mazan district of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, killing 80 people.
Mar.22,2016---A series of explosions occurred in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, killing 32 victims.
May.22,2017---The Irish Republican Army instigated an explosion at the Manchester Arena in England, killing 23 people.
Dec.2017---European refugee crisis, 3,116 smugglers were killed in the Mediterranean throughout the year.
Mar.30,2018---Israeli and Palestinian armed groups protested against member clashes, 110 died.
Apr.18,2018---Nicaraguan President Daniel's increase in income tax triggered protests, and 30 people were killed.
Apr.21,2019---A series of explosions in Sri Lanka occurred on the Sunday of the Resurrection, and 253 people died.
Oct.18,2019---Chile broke out in protests against the increase in ticket prices and caused riots. A total of 19 people died during the demonstrations.
Jan.2020---The global coronavirus outbreak, the final death toll is hundreds of thousands.
Five: Heaven, Earth and people induction
We can say that every major Earthquake corresponds to human social activities and phenomena, and is the beginning of a great change. Generally, an Earthquake predicts the future or the death event of more than 1,000 people, or an Earthquake with a big magnitude, will correspond to a major historical turning event in the country. For example:
1) May.22,1960 --- Valdivia Earthquake in Chile, magnitude 9.6, 5700 deaths
It indicates that the galactic civilization is brewing, destroying the old system, and "Wisdom" and "Good" for the future.
2) Mar.27,1964 --- Alaska, USA, Good Friday Earthquake, magnitude 8.5, 139 deaths.
It heralded the global military failure of the United States, including the Vietnam War. From then on, the United States dared not use large-scale foreign troops.
3) Mar.8,1966 --- Xingtai Earthquake, Hebei Province, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 6.8 and 8064 deaths.
Heralding a great cultural change in P.R.China, the Cultural Revolution started in Beijing, the centre of Hebei.
4) Aug.31,1968 --- An Earthquake occurred in North-eastern Iran with a magnitude of 7.4 and 12,000 deaths.
It indicates the rise of Khomeini's political and religious unity in Iran in the future.
5) Jul.28,1976 --- Tangshan, P.R.China, a massive Earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 and more than 240,000 deaths.
Heralding the death of P.R.China's three top leaders in Beijing, in the centre of Hebei, China began to turn towards opening up.
6) Mar.4,1977 --- Bucharest, Romania Earthquake, magnitude 7.2, 1578 deaths.
It heralds a big change in Romania in the next few years.
7) Jul.28,1981 --- An Earthquake occurred in southern Iran with a magnitude of 7.3 and 1,500 deaths.
Heralds the brutality of the Iran-Iraq war.
8) Dec.7,1988 --- Soviet Armenia Spitak Earthquake, 6.8 magnitude, 25,000 deaths.
Heralds the impending disintegration of the Soviet Union.
9) Jun.21,1990 --- Mangil-Rudba Earthquake in Iran, magnitude 7.7, about 35,000 people died.
It heralds Iran's isolation and economic sanctions.
10) Sep.30,1993 --- Five Earthquakes occurred in India, with a maximum magnitude of 6.4 and 22,000 deaths.
It indicates that the ethnic and religious contradictions in India will be sharp, and countless people will die.
11) Feb.4,1998 --- An Earthquake occurred in Afghanistan with a magnitude of 6.1 and 4,500 deaths.
Marks that Afghanistan will change drastically in the future.
12) Dec.26,2004 --- The Indian Ocean Earthquake and the South Asian tsunami, with magnitude 9, over 280,000 people died.
It indicates that the South Asian countries are plagued by religion, and more people will die, also the theoretical system of universal law has been completed.
13) May.12,2008 --- the Wenchuan Earthquake in Sichuan, P.R.China, with a magnitude of 8.2 and over 69,000 deaths.
It indicates that the officials are entrenched in Sichuan and collapsed, and the central government began to force a turning point in anti-corruption.
14) Mar.11,2011 --- the massive Earthquake and tsunami off the coast of Tohoku , Japan, with a magnitude of 9, and 20,000 deaths.
It indicates that the Stellar civilization will die before 2012, and the Galactic civilization will be born after 2012.
If any country has a major Earthquake, the country’s future must be watched.
Francis Collins, Dean of the National Institutes of Health, delivered a speech on new coronary pneumonia, pointing out that the virus comes from nature and continues to evolve under the directed selection of ACE2 until it has a super binding force. In other words, the viruses have evolved to the ability to infect humans by their own efforts, and humans cannot create spike proteins that are so different from the model at the current level. Since viruses have evolved naturally, why can't humans? The "Stellar civilization" has evolved into the "Galactic civilization", but most of the current newspapers, magazines, television propaganda, and academic publications are controlled by the governments of various countries.
The governments of various countries are controlled by officials of the United Nations. They are not scholars. So far, the United Nations has not been able to resolve the global religious, institutional, and ethnic conflicts. They collect management fees from countries around the world, and even have not a complete plan to solve the above contradictions. They just build some troops to maintain stability and provide some refugee assistance. These are not long-term solutions.
Oriental culture, the universal law, or the Galaxy civilization can completely solve the global crisis, because the entire solar system civilization is in distress, and the end of the "Stellar system civilization" has reached the point of urgency. If you continue to persevere, there will be more disasters which will come.
1. John Chang: "Universal Law" (2003), published by Universal publishing, Sydney, Australia.