Shift, Incoming

Saturday morning. Dolphin Square. Not a cloud in the autumn London sky. No smog, no chemtrails, just blue bathed by the clean glare of the rising sun behind an Easterly apartment block. Not a sound, save for the water fountain in the middle of the square.

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The Arabian Arctic Authority

As the poles migrate, the new equator will migrate also. The final destination is not certain, but best guesses indicate that the new equator will run past Spain, UK, Norway, over Russia, past Alaska, down through the Pacific, bisect Antarctica, and back up through the Atlantic.

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One Hundred Pounds Sterling

I’m not currently living in the United Kingdom, but I take the pulse of the UK mainstream media every so often, just to check if its still alive. I see only debilitating messages from the liberal media. The intelligent person has to wonder, exactly whose side is the media on? I know that bad news sells, but the lack of pride and optimism is embarrassingly out of step in such an aspirational age.

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Jack looked down from the top of the Pennines, East, towards Newcastle. It was sunrise at the retreat. He knew that soon the water would be coming in. He knew it was coming, but he couldn’t quite believe it. Everything he’d worked for, everything he’d given up; his jobs, his girlfriends, the things he could have done, would have done, should have done – it had all led up to this moment. Now it was finally here.

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The War On Cash: What I’m Doing About It

It’s been called ‘The War On Cash’. For the purposes of this article, I’m going to assume you’re already aware, to some degree, of the push to discourage cash transactions globally. This push is coming from the-powers-that-be, who’ve decided that cash is an obstacle in their plans. This trend is interesting, for it holds financial, philosophical and metaphysical dimensions. By that I mean, if none of us chose this money system, then it’s been chosen for us. So, transcending this current system represents an unprecedented level of self-determination in the hands of humanity. God forbid – if we actually had a money system that was of our CHOOSING, our freedom would be limited only by our imaginations…

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The Best of Times, the Worst of Times

Q: So, what you’re saying is, the financial system is going to implode, I’m going to lose all my money, the EU is going to collapse, the USA is going to descend into chaos, Planet X is going to tag the world’s gravitational field, there’s going to be tidal waves and tsunamis and earthquakes, whole continents are going to sink underwater, new pandemics are going to sweep across the earth, there’ll be 300mph winds, record low temperatures, planes are going to fall out of the sky, plants and animals will die, there’ll be no food to eat, aliens are going to arrive and pretend to be our saviors, everything we’ve been told has been misinformation… and you say the solution is POSITIVITY?!?”

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The Real Value Of Cash

By Lance Roberts

It’s the Fed’s fault.Over the past several years, the Federal Reserve has forced interest rates lower in an all-out assault on “cash.” The theory was simple. Make returns on “cash” so low it is forced out of savings account and into risk assets. 

It worked.

But here is the problem.

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This Is What Venezuela’s New, Vertical, Banknotes, Now With Added Zeros Look Like

From ZeroHedge 

We’ve all been eagerly waiting to see them: Venezuela’s crisp,brand new yet soon to be hyperinflated with many more zeros banknotes, and finally, after various failed attempts to deliver the new bills to Caracas (which according to Maduro were at least partially aborted due to pesky CIA meddling) they have arrived. And they are vertical.

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Currency vs Language

By Martin Armstrong

QUESTION: Do language and currencies move in line with each other? Is language a leading indicator to currency i.e. Spanish in California. Will they create their own currency if they separate from the states?

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Magic and You

My grandpa once told us about the time he and grandma were at a party. At some point at this party someone brought out a Ouija board. Everybody sat round and began to hold the pointer and ask the board questions. Everybody’s hands slowly moved. More questions were asked, and the pointer moved faster and faster. According to my grandpa, it was moving so fast; it was a challenge to keep up with what it was spelling. Then someone asked the board, “is there a God?” Without hand contact, the pointer flew off the table and smashed into wall. Grandpa grabbed my grandma and left the party immediately.

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