Archive for March 2014

The Fascinating Story of the Man Who Remembered the Future

All of these were minor interventions compared to its apogee, the saving of Phil’s son’s life. Phil describes how one morning he was lying in a semi-sleep state when he heard the voice announce that his recently born son, Christopher, had a potentially fatal birth defect and that urgent medical attention was needed. Indeed the voice was quite precise when it stated:

“Your son has an undiagnosed right inguinal hernia. The hydrocele has burst, and it has descended into the scrotal sac. He requires immediate attention, or will soon die.”

Phil told various versions of this story, including one involving him listening to the Beatles and the lyrics of “Strawberry Fields” were changed to give the instruction.
Tessa, acting on her husband’s frantic instructions, took Christopher to the family doctor and it was, indeed, confirmed that Christopher had exactly the problem the “voice” had described and surgery was needed.

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This story of the life and experiences of Philip K. Dick is peppered with such illustrations. Philip’s life provides irrefutable evidence of the fact that time and the nature of being human is far more complex than we are encouraged to believe.


The Government Debt Binge on a Fiat Sytem: Global Debt Exceeds $100 Trillion

In the past 40 years alone, governments around the world have decided to go broke or go home with an astounding increase in debt as a means to prop up failing financial institutions and dying corporations. Now a new report from The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) states that the total amount of global government debt has increased to more than $100 trillion.

The jump in debt from $70 trillion a few years back to its current monstrosity is twice the US economy on its best day. In an attempt to beg, steal or borrow, governments are creating the backdrop for economic collapse, as the world has never seen.

Borrowing has soared as central banks suppress benchmark interest rates to spur growth after the U.S. subprime mortgage market collapsed and Lehman Brother’s bankruptcy sent the world into its worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.”

Yet governments keep borrowing, and spending, borrowing and spending, as if the hole can somehow be filled with something besides hot air and a corrupt tool-kit upon which our economic foundations were based.

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Make no mistake. This is all carefully planned. The system is set up to fail, and the basis of wealth in our world set up to crumble with it, opening the door to a new system, even more devious and dire than the current one and sweeping the remaining free assets into the hands of the Rothschilds and their cohorts. And I don’t think it’ll be long before they pull the trigger on it all.

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