Do you all here know what the S&P 500
S&P 500 is one of the most traditional stock market indexes in the world, that tracks the combined market value of the 500 largest companies in the USA.
As every stock market index, S&P 500 is measured in points. Every day, the index closes at a certain level in number of points. The change in the level of points compared to the level of the closing in the previous trading day is what says if the index was "up" or "down", and how many percent...
Now, here goes a very direct and specific question:
When the S&P 500 index closed
bellow the "mark" of 666
points for the last time in history?
Please, understand my question...
There was a date when the S&P 500 closed
(at the end of the trading day) at a level of points bellow 666 points for the last time in history
That means: after that day, the S&P 500 NEVER closed
any trading day bellow 666
I will give you the answer...
Check this link, please:
[link to finance.yahoo.com
Do you see that???
The date was September 11th
Do you think that' strange?
Well, THAT'S NOTHING compared to what I will tell you now...
Go to this
[link to timeanddate.com]
See that? September 11th
, 1996 was the last day of Lunation cycle number 911
Lunation cycle number 912 started on September 12th, 1996.
So, by an INCREBIDLE coincidence, Lunation cycle 911 included the date of September 11th
Think about it... There was only 1/12th of probability
of Lunation cycle 911 including the date of September 11th on it...
And not enough... That date of September 11th, 1996 was the last time ever (so far) when the S&P 500 index closed
(at the end of the trading day) at a level bellow 666 points. It never closed bellow 666 points again. It had an intraday
bottom of 666 points in early 2009, but it closed
above 666 in that day...
So, how was that possible? Was just "coincidence"?