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Re: Strange days ahead?

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  • Stephen Hale
    It s called worshipping the economic god Carol, or at least being frightened of him. Not buying it, although I m sure you re just trying to be constructive
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 17, 2008
      It's called "worshipping the economic god" Carol, or at least being
      frightened of him. Not buying it, although I'm sure you're just
      trying to be constructive about it's eventuality, right?

      By the way, it all is being orchestrated out of the oh-so ahrimanic
      west, which having now experienced the vacating of all spirituality
      out of the forms of its creation (accomplished work of the gods)
      must needs conquer the world with the result of such an evacuation
      of spirit.

      The Eighth Sphere more than stands to gain by such a rationale as
      indicated below. Thanks for reporting it. - Steve

      --- In anthroposophy@yahoogroups.com, "carol" <organicethics@...>
      > .....The most frightening forecast so far comes from the Global
      > Anticipation Bulletin (GEAB), available for 200 euros - about
      $300 - for
      > 16 issues annually. Its prediction is quite specific.
      > Where my warnings never spelled out an exact date, this think tank
      > it pegged precisely. Here are its very words:
      > "The end of the third quarter of 2008 (thus late September, a mere
      > months from now) will be marked by a new tipping point in the
      > of the global systemic crisis.
      > "At that time indeed, the cumulated impact of the various
      sequences of
      > the crisis will reach its maximum strength and affect decisively
      > very heart of the systems concerned, on the front line of which
      (is) the
      > United States, epicentre of the current crisis.
      > "In the United States, this new tipping point will translate into -
      > this - a collapse of the real economy, (the) final socio-economic
      > of the serial bursting of the housing and financial bubbles and of
      > pursuance of the U.S. dollar fall. The collapse of U.S. real
      > means the virtual freeze of the American economic machinery:
      private and
      > public bankruptcies in large numbers, companies and public services
      > closing down."
      > The report goes on to say that we are entering a period for which
      > is no historic precedent. Any comparisons with previous situations
      > our modern economy are invalid.
      > We are not experiencing a "remake" of the 1929 crisis nor a
      > of the 1970s oil crises or 1987 stock market crisis.
      > What we will have, instead, is truly a global momentous threat - a
      > turning point affecting the entire planet and questioning the very
      > foundations of the international system upon which the world was
      > organized in the last decades.
      > The report emphasizes that it is, first and foremost, in the United
      > States where this historic happening is taking an unprecedented
      > (the authors call it "Very Great U.S. Depression").
      > It continues to predict that, although this crucial event is
      global, it
      > will be the beginning of an economic 'decoupling' between the U.S.
      > the rest of the world. However, non 'decoupled' economies will be
      > dragged down the U.S. negative spiral.
      > Concerning stock markets, the GEAB anticipates that international
      > would plummet by 40 to 80 per cent depending where in the world
      they are
      > located, all affected in the course of the year 2008 by the
      collapse of
      > the real economy in the U.S. by the end of summer.
      > The European authors of this report - it appears simultaneously in
      > French, German and English - state that they simply and without
      > prejudice try to describe in advance the consequences of the
      > trends at play in this 21st-century world, and to share these with
      > readers, so that they can take the proper means to protect
      > from the most negative effects.....
      > http://www.intelligencer.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=918803
      > <http://www.intelligencer.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=918803>
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