A RECENT EXAMPLE OF THE PRACTICE OF EVENTALISM :
PREDICTION OF A FUTURE EVENT
NOTE of March 16, 1995 :
« J. CHIRAC ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC
ON MAY 7, 1995 :
A FORSEEABLE POSSIBILITY ACCORDING TO
THE THEORY OF EVENTALISM »
By : CHRISTIAN F.E. TURPIN
- creator of Eventalism
- author of the books :
« Nokam Chronical. History by an Initiated » (Book
« The Nokam Book. Theory of Eventalism : ROME and the
Through the LAWS OF EVENTALISM whose rational existence were
proven in « The Nocam Book », a thesis
in which the ROME / USA tandem was the experimental subject,
other Nation’s Histories have been studies, including
that of France, and more particulary our era.
It is known that the application of these Laws define, if not
a determinism of events, at least a very strong potentiality,
allowing predictions to be made. So it is true of the future
French presidential election.
In order to advance such a prediction, one must have first determinated
the basis of application of this reasoning. It is known that
the Laws of Eventalism were deduced from a starting hypothesis,
which was validated by a study of the Histories of ROME and
of the USA. The hypothesis that has become a Law is that the
History of Nations is analogously repeated approximately every
2 160 years, and each Nation repeats the potential destiny of
another Nation (but not any other) having existed 2 160 years
In the case of France, or more specifically the French Republic,
the destiny renewed is that of Macedonia. In other terms «
the History of the French Republic may be attached to the
potential framework of the analogous destiny to that of the
History of Macedonia ».
Overall, the parallel Histories are the following :
- the beginning of the French Republic arising in royalist France
corresponds to the reign of Philip II of Macedonia getting foothold
- Napoleon I, conqueror and promoter of french ideas in Europe
corresponds to Alexander the Great, spreading the Greek civilisation.
- Later, De Gaulle, champion of french independance with regard
to the USA, corresponds to Philip V of Macedonia fighting Rome.
- Right afterwards, Pompidou, the spiritual son of De Gaulle
and also opposed to the USA, corresponds to Perseus, the son
of Philip V, defeated by Rome.
THE FUTURE : CHIRAC
Next, according to the historian Polybe, some years later (149-148
BC), in a Macedonia subdued by Rome, ANDRISCOS revolted. He
prided himself in coming from the lineage of Philip V, and took
up the challenge of independance with regard to Rome. Unfortunately,
Andriscos’ adventure lasted only two years, afterwhich
Rome transformed Macedonia into a Roman province.
A corresponding event logically transpired in the History of
the French Republic. It is a sign of growing national pride,
and according to the temporal Laws, the time has now come.
Among the current candidates, Jacques CHIRAC best reunites the
factors for a renewal of the « ANDRISCOS period »
of Macedonia History :
- he represents the gaullien filiation by means of the RPR
- he is creating a dynamic within a sleepy french Nation, uncomfortable
in the economical- financial context imposed on them by the
If CHIRAC is elected, he will thus assume the period of History
of the French Republic predicted by Eventalism.
Eventalism cannot, however, predict all that « the man
Chirac » will do with his mandate, beacause a certain
latitude of destiny subsists, independant of theLaws of Eventalism
which apply to Nations and are linked to man’s free will,
in this case Jacques Chirac’s.
What may be affirmed with certainty is that the future President
will incite at least a revival of french pride and a desire
for originality, if not the independance of France in the international
On the other hand, it is impossible to know if the President
will be « evicted » before his time by the USA or
the international context (indirectly, of course), or if he
will be an able enough politician to lead the country for seven
REALITIES FOR CHIRAC
Chirac is surrounded by men opposed in their political orientations
: on the one hand Juppé and Madelin, pro-European Maastrichtiens
and pro-American economic liberals, and on the other hand Seguin,
anti-Maastrichtien, against economic liberalism and bearer of
classical republic and nationalist values for France.
If Chirac’s future politics are influenced by Seguin,
the future will be almost identical to the History of Andriscos.
However, if Chirac is primarily influenced by the Juppé-Madelin
tandem, a « modus vivendi » will be created between
the France and the USA, making a « calm » position
for the French Republic and its ideals in the international
politico-financial context, though the country will preserve
Because according to the Laws of Eventalism it is inescapably
programmed that Chirac’s presidency (ies) will be the
last period of gaullien ideas in which France will attempt to
assert its independance.Afterwards France will conform to the
international mold dominated by the USA.
.....Unless the country does not size another potential destiny
( a distinct possibility according to the Laws of Eventalism)
; but that is another story, will outside the realm of this
This way, and only this way, will Chirac be able to last.
REMINDER ABOUT CHABAN-DELMAS
I would like to give another identical example to the upcoming
election, which allowed me to predict VALERY GISCARD d’ESTAING’s
election in 1974. At the time POMPIDOU had just died and CHABAN-DELMAS
immediately stood as a candidate. He represented the natural
gaullien filiation, and from the start the pollsters saw him
as the election winner. But, 2 160 years earlier in Macedonia,
after PERSEUS defeat in the face of Rome, in 168 BC, then with
his death, the filiation of PHILIP V was broken, only to be
rekindled in 149 BC in the person of ANDRISCOS.
Speaking in terms of Eventalism therefore, it was impossible
for J.Chaban-Delmas to become President of the Republic. I had
said it at the time, while simultaneously wondering how this
« non-election » would turn out. It was resolved
by the tax scandal surrounding Chaban, cabal revealed by the
Canard Enchaîné , as well as the media
flight of Giscard and « betrayal » of Chirac.
Christian F.E. TURPIN
March 16, 1995 - Courbevoie. »