Our Ultimate Reality
7 August 2011
week I will provide my further analysis of rapidly escalating global events,
followed by our main subject: As Good as
I begin though, I must once again make my position clear. Humans are not only
Spiritual Beings - Expressions of Source, God and therefore Perfection, we are
also physical organic Beings here on Earth to learn and Evolve through
Spiritual and Physical are inseparable from the Whole - our Completeness - As Above, So Below, as Within, So
Without" as Master Hermes Trismegistus reminds us.
order to Fulfil our Purpose we are Blessed with Divine Freewill, through Which
we Exercise the Choices which make us Who We Are, one way or the other, both at
an Individual, Personal Level, and Collectively as the Human Race.
we can make those choices and thereby act on those choices, we must be fully
awake to what those choices are, and in turn therefore awake to the true nature
of the factors and influences behind those choices - the vast majority are not
operates at a collective as well as Individual level. Humanity will keep
repeating the same lessons over and over again until Humanity "gets it right".
If humanity cannot "get it right" Universal Principle will "wipe
the slate clean" in readiness for
"another go". This has happened at every cycle of Human Consciousness
so far, and now, as we enter 2012, this opportunity is nearing its conclusion,
and Humanity must choose to Evolve collectively are start all over again.
readers wrote to me after our Newsletter of last Sunday, to say that they are
feeling a "quickening". Well "quickening" is certainly an
appropriate word to use. We are in the End Game and accelerating towards a
"grand finale" after which "all the game pieces go back in the
box" and Humanity enters a new game and beginning.
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Analysis of Latest Developments
Dear Reader, what a week it has been since our last Newsletter.
US Government did indeed stage an eleventh hour "debt ceiling deal".
details of "the deal" reveal a deeper agenda, that this whole publicly
staged charade was not about the "debt ceiling" or possibility of
"default" at all.
the Washington theatrics appears to be rather a "bait and switch", a
"trojan horse", to grant almost total power to a "Super Congress"
of 12, plus the President.
"fine print" indicates that this
"Super Congress" can do
whatever it needs to serve their masters. They formulate laws which goes to
Senate and Congress for an "up or down vote", and if voted down the
"Super Congress" can pass it anyway.
is a word and precedent for this - "dictatorship".
is also a word for the merger of corporate interest and government. "fascism",
especially if enforced through direct control over the police and military.
I do not use such evocative words "such as "fascism" lightly -
after all it is just a word - but when I read that a lady was recently arrested
and threatened with 93 days in prison for growing tomatoes, and that some Amish
people were threatened for selling eggs, and that a group of young girls were "busted"
by the local police for putting up a Lemonade Stand to raise money simply to
raise a bit of money to pay for a day out at a water theme park, then these
words gain more meaning after all.
Texas, this week, an apparently a long established Organic Health Store has
been raided, mango, papaya and whole milk cheese seized, and the owner now in
custody on a potential "conspiracy" charge. Conspiring to cause
"a healthy lifestyle"?
Congress and Senate, the entire judicial system, education, States and all
other entities of "control" have been bought and paid for by the
international banking cartel, multi-national corporate conglomerates, and
special interest groups.
example, growing fresh, healthy, natural, unadulterated garden produce does not
suit the chemical companies such as Monsanto, who make billions of Dollars selling
chemicals, many of which are probably toxic, to large scale commercial farmers
to spray on their "crops", before being allowed to sell their crops
in supermarkets etc.
a wider perspective, towards the end of this week the "financial
markets" went in to "melt down" mode, as I predicted in recent
Newsletters, as reality sets in. It is
not only the USA - most countries in Europe, with the general exceptions of
Germany, France and Netherlands are in a similar precipitous positions either
woke up on Saturday to the news that the credit rating agency, S & P, have
now formally downgraded US debt from the bought and paid for "AAA
rating" to an "AA+" rating with "negative outlook". I
have to confess that I am very surprised about this, because the credit rating
agencies have always, from the beginning, routinely given US debt a "AAA
rating" when other countries in a similar positions with their own debt have
a "junk rating", simply because they are not part of
fact that S & P have actually gone ahead and downgraded US debt against
great pressure tells its own story, notably that S 7 P now place the integrity
and reputation of their agency ahead of any bribes and pay-offs they may have received.
seems such a small event doesn't it, a "debt downgrade" from
"AAA" to "AA+", yet this has the potential to make the
history books, looked upon in decades or even centuries as a "defining
event" in the collective Evolution of humanity. We will see.
is a reason for this. Financial markets just do not simply lose hundreds of
billions of Dollars in asset value in a few hours for no reason at all. The financial markets, less so now due to
computerised automatic algorithmic manipulation by the banking cartels, have
always been a "measure of sentiment" at any moment. When sentiment is very strong, one way or the
other, human activity overwhelms the computerised systems, and this is what at
the end of this week.
most reliable and historically accurate indicator of global sentiment and
actual state of governments, economies and military tension is Gold.
has served as a benchmark of "value" for thousands of years, and as
long as humanity is still here, Gold will serve this role in the future. Of
this I am certain.
I am not suggesting at all that you go out and buy Gold, I do not offer
financial advice, but I have received many questions from Newsletter readers about
Gold in recent weeks and will therefore be briefly describing just 7 reasons
why Gold occupies this historical unique position as barometer of Human
sentiment and value.
said, ever since Obama made his "debt ceiling" speech about "how
everyone in Washington have listened to your Tweets, read your emails, Facebook
comments" etc, and thus "encouraged" Washington to "make a firm decision"
about "raising the debt ceiling", the price of Gold has rocketed, and
this really is just the beginning.
let me say that we should not drift off in to duality by placing emphasis on
yet another material substance - Gold - that is not how we should perceive Gold
Gold is no more "real" than everything else on Earth or in the
physical Universe. We are Gold and Gold is us - All Energy with a Vibratory
Frequency and Expressions of Source, of God and of Perfection. That said, Gold
is an excellent "barometer" of Human sentiment and indicator of where
the sentiment is heading.
"Human sentiment" I am not referring to the stock or other financial
markets, but rather a barometer of the way Humanity is Feeling in the context
of Global Consciousness, and how Humanity may, or may not react and proceed.
As Good As Gold?
This week it was my intention to discuss the
subjects of "Social Engineering" and "Eugenics", because
these subjects most certainly provide useful insight as to how Humanity has
reached the pivotal moment we are Experiencing today. I will now discuss these
subjects in next week's Newsletter.
The reason I have deferred this discussion is
because I have been receiving numerous questions on the subject of Gold, in
view of Gold's seemingly relentless rise in price over the last few years, and
in particular much more recently.
Now it is certainly not my intention that
this Newsletter become a financial commentary, and neither will it become such beyond
the usual weekly updates which will be ongoing, but in view of the great
interest and mystique surrounding Gold I thought this week would be an
appropriate opportunity to discuss Gold.
Let me say again before I begin however that
I am not in any way suggesting or encouraging anyone to buy Gold. This is a
matter for your own perception about Gold and whether you feel comfortable
buying Gold or prefer to hold paper money.
I would also like to say that since I am not
encouraging you to go out and buy Gold in the context of this Newsletter, or am
I making any "predictions" as to the "future performance of Gold",
or where the price will go short, medium and long term etc.
Alright, that said, why has Gold become such
a financial "safe haven"?
Well the truth is, Gold has, for thousands of
years occupied a very unique position as a store of wealth, for bartering in
return for other goods, and literally as money.
So the current interest in Gold is by no
means recent, it is rather that in recent years Gold, as well as Silver, have
come to the attention of many people as the best possible way preserving wealth
in real terms, outside of the context of the "banking system", and also
as an investment, particularly long term investment in its own right.
Gold has now, for many years, been
appreciating in value at a far greater rate than interest on bank deposits, and
without the inherent risks associated with the banking system generally,
especially after the historically secure banking system very nearly collapsed
completely in 2008 after gambling tens of trillions of Dollars in "collateralised debt obligations",
mostly as highly risky packaged "mortgages".
Banks have always been regarded as a
"safe place" to keep money while gaining "interest" on the
"deposit", but today this could not be further from the truth.
Low or close to zero interest rates, and a
much higher risk these days of the banks going "bankrupt" with
customers money has changed public perception of banks.
We have to remember that probably only 1% of "money"
in the World tangibly exists as money with monetary value, the other 99% existing
only in the form of digital debt - "anti-money". So if there was a
"run on the banks", "real money" would soon be gone and
banks would have to close their doors and switch off their ATM machines.
So with that brief introduction, let us look
at some of the main factors influencing the historical, ongoing and
accelerating interest in, and popularity of Gold.
1. Gold as Historic Benchmark of Value.
Gold has been recognised and revered as a statement
of wealth for many thousands of years, not only due to its inherent scarcity
and therefore perceived status in society, but also because of its perceived
beauty and durability.
In many ancient cultures, Gold, due to its
colour and lustre was frequently associated with the Sun and "Sun
We do not have to look far at all to see
historical evidence of the application of status and value of Gold in Ancient
Egypt especially within the tombs and burial chambers such as Tutankhamen, and
those of the Inca, Aztec and others in Mesoamerica.
There is increasing and compelling evidence
of Gold mining extending back many hundreds of thousands of years in Africa and
also many other locations in the region.
So Gold has long been revered as a benchmark
of beauty, wealth and socio-economic status, a tradition which has been
continued in to modern times.
2. Gold for jewellery and other adornments
For many thousands of years Gold has been a
key component of jewellery and other bodily adornments by almost every culture
in the World having access to Gold.
In particular, the countries of the Far East,
in particular China and India, have always treasured Gold jewellery and Gold in
other forms that make a statement of wealth.
Over recent decades the "net worth"
of people in these regions has been escalating, due to economic development and
associated increase in the average "net worth" and "disposable
income" of the billions of people living in these regions, who happily,
and astutely, direct such "disposable income" towards Gold in its
Considering the total populations of these
areas, the potential demand for Gold, in all its forms, is absolutely vast,
and, as yet, largely unrealised.
3. Gold as a historically accepted currency
This is a statement that may well take many
by surprise, but nevertheless true.
Gold is a recognised currency and is traded
as such on a global basis with the foreign exchange symbol "XAU".
So what does this mean in practical terms?
Well because the US Dollar is the global
"reserve currency", Gold is quoted in US Dollars. So when a person buys Gold, they are selling
In financial market terms, buying Gold is
"going long on Gold" and therefore "short on Dollars".
In practical terms of course these
relationships are therefore also linked to the movement of other currencies,
since the price of Gold is first priced in Dollars and then converted to the
base currency of the person buying Gold - e.g. GBP - Sterling.
The result of these intertwined relationships
can be very complex and confusing.
Ultimately however, Gold seems to stand
alone, above all other currencies, as the "purest" measure of
tangible value. For this reason alone, I foresee a return to the so called
"Gold standard" in the next couple of years, either directly with
Gold as a currency, or with currency linked to the price of Gold, because paper
money alone has been proven to have little real value.
4. Gold as a commodity
Gold is a "super conductor" or
electricity, and as such has been used in recent decades for computer circuit boards
and other electronic devices.
More recently Gold is the basis for high
speed and low resistance data cables, especially for broadband audio-visual connectivity
such as HDMI cables. This is a trend that can certainly continue.
5. Gold as a "scarce resource."
Gold is neither abundant of diverse. A very
specific sequence of events are required to concentrate the element Gold in to
a minable resource - these resources are finite. Currently Gold mining satisfies only 20% of
Gold demand based upon the above, and other factors, and this percentage is
likely to reduce very sharply with demand.
So, regardless of the transient role of Gold
as a "measure of value" on Earth, for now Gold is regarded globally
as the best option, with nothing else that can replace Gold.
Ultimately of course the whole "monetary
system" remains a crude Human representation of exchange and value, but
for now, Gold is the accepted benchmark.
Again - this Newsletter Serves to share what
I personally know to be true, and is not, in any way, intended as a
recommendation or suggested course of action.
So It Is.
next Sunday, I wish you a most Joyful, Healthy, Abundant week.
Brought to You In
Divine Love, Light and Service,