Re: Seeing the Butterfly and the Gold
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What America Fears - The Gold Demon-
Maybe there is another caterpillar on the block, hungering after the
leaves of a new tree, the Euro Tree. Wolfowitz of the Bush
Administration has said that WMD were only a convienient term that
the dumb ass public would buy to get us into the War. How true. But
the deeper reasons to Make Continual War an Orwellian Constant
Nightmare and worshiping fear the basic handmaiden of the Republic,
was because America has lost its brotherhood in 50% of the
population. They cannot and will not share the world with others.
This Administration fears that the almighty dollar was and is in
danger and only by Eating up the Oil and pushing its bully, murdering
weight around the globe, could America stay on top.
Top is bottom and working together in the World has always been the
Social Call of the Michael School and this Time SPirit. Therefore,
without any doubt, America is not under the inspiration of the
Michael Time Spirit, as long it maintains belief in this current
Administrations lies. Yet Gold stands there taunting us as a
barometer and dead symbol of the the living Etheric Christ.
"in the last 30 years or so has become a reserve currency held by
central banks and others around the globe[vi]. This means that the
dollar has served as not only a medium of exchange in the US, but has
had a second role. This latter role seems now have become questioned.
If this is so, one would suspect investors to look for a substitute
currency. It is conceivable that there have been large movements
towards the euro because of this. It means that some people now
choose to hold, for example, euros instead of dollars and that
central banks the world over re-weight their portfolios.
I find some support for this in the fact that since mid-2001, the
euro has dropped only a couple of percent against gold, while the
dollar has dropped 30 percent. Gold is of course the ultimate and
premiere form of money and has always been the object of those who
want to hedge against poorly administered fiat paper money[vii]. The
figures suggest a move away from the dollar towards gold and the
Euro. After all, the dollar has lost a third against the euro and 30
percent against gold since mid-2001."