Daily Archives: October 9, 2013

Aisha North – A History Of Creation – Part 2 – 9 October 2013

AishaNorthSo let us delve further into this mysterious world behind the veil, for we gather you are starting to get more than a little courious about some of those tantalizing details. The last time, we showed you that the essence of it all is in creating, or the energy that has been given the task of creating it all, from big and small, tangible and less so. This in itself can be very difficult to fathom, but let us again try to give you another view and perhaps this will make things percolate even deeper into your being. For you are indeed an intrinsic part of it all, but the construction of everything is still a mystery to you and to everyone else sharing this little planet with you. You are just a speck of dust in so many ways, but this small speck of dust is also a very complex structure, connected and separated in so many different ways and different levels. For what you see as humanity, we see as just one separate layer of a huge mass of something far more complex than even the complex structure of the human body. That in itself is indeed a construction worthy several volumes of disemmination, but let us let that rest for now. For what we are wanting to delve into, is the complexity, or rather simplicity, behind the scenes, as they are even more fantastic than the tangible results you see, feel and hear on your side of the veil. Continue reading

Mish/ Mike Shedlock – US Debt Already Exceeds Debt Limit By $48 Billion Minimum: Gold vs. Debt Ceiling – 9 October 2013

MishMikeShedlockA few days ago, a reader sent me a chart of the price of gold vs. the national debt.

The chart was a bit out of date so I asked Nick at Sharelynx Gold (my favorite proprietor of historical and current gold charts) if he had a similar chart. He did. And here’s the chart.

Debt and Debt Ceiling vs. Gold Continue reading

AmericanKabuki – How Rehypothecation Of Collateral Works … – 9 October 2013

How the Value of Collateral is Damaged

Rehypothecation of Collateral

Before you get a headache or a pain in your side, rehypothecation is not as difficult to understand as spelling the word. Definition of ‘Rehypothecation‘: Continue reading

John Ward – Yes, You’re Right: They;’re All Mad. Beat Them By Staying Sane. – 9 October 2013

JohnWYellen pick for Fed helps salve US woes’ lies the Financial Times in it’s second lead this morning. As the Black Dude had only one person on his list, it can’t have been the most challenging ‘pick’ of his Presidency. And no woes have been ‘salved’, he has merely confirmed the supremacy of America’s Unreality Bubble.

This is, mind you, only as unreal as Britain’s loathsome press corps courting regulation at every turn and then proclaiming that an attack on 24/7 smears is an attack on civil rights. Freedom of the press is a liberty, but if that is abused by license, then sooner or later the press will have to be properly watchdogged. My profession of advertising used to tell the odd porkie about how much sugar there might be in a yoghurt, but these days every last claim has to be rigorously tested and demonstrated. Given the press gets away with whoppers about rather bigger issues such as the economy, celeb sexual procilivities, what politicians did or didn’t do, Syrian atrocities and ClubMed austerity, they can hardly moan that MPs are now saying the post-Leveson self-regulation scheme is a sham. Continue reading

CommonDreams – Are Utility Companies Out To Destroy Solar’s ‘Rooftop Revolution’ – 9 October 2013

common-dreamsIn California, customers who install solar systems and battery arrays are finding themselves cut off from grid

– Jon Queally, staff writer
In the nation’s largest state, California, the major utility companies are trying to limit growth.Of rooftop solar panels, that is. Continue reading

InvestmentWatchBlog – New $100 Bill Costs 60% More To Produce – 9 October 2013

InvestmentWatchThe C-note just got a colorful makeover — and a heftier price tag.

The revamped $100 bill costs 12.5 cents to produce — a 60% increase over the 7.8 cents it cost to print the older version of the bill. The government has printed 3.5 billion of the new $100 bills, which it began delivering to financial institutions Tuesday. How soon customers will see the new bills depends on their distance from a regional Fed office, demand, and a few other factors.

Among the reasons it’s more expensive than the older currency: Its new security features, which help prevent counterfeiting. For one, there’s a blue 3-D ribbon running through the center of the bill. When you tilt the bill back and forth, the bell designs that are embedded in the ribbon change to 100s. Another major feature is an image of a bell in an inkwell; when tilted, the bell seems to appear and disappear into the inkwell. “We are raising the bar for counterfeiters,” says Sonja Danburg, the program manager for U.S. currency education at the Federal Reserve Board.

www.marketwatch.com / link to original article

John Ward – Exclusive : Is This Why The Telegraph Is Having A Love-Fest With The Chancellor? – 9 October 2013

JohnWI surely can’t have been the only person reading the Telegraph yesterday who didn’t notice that it read like the George Osborne appreciation society.

There were no less than thirteen articles saying positive things about the economy…..all of which had been debunked by The Slog here the week before.

Maybe the Barko Sarko twins figured it ought to be a good news day. Or maybe there are other things afoot. Continue reading

AdaptingToGrace – Eileen Meyer – Actually – 9 October 2013

eileenmeyerThe transformational dreams, messages, and experiences have been quite profound lately. For the past few weeks the energy delivered poetry. This Sunday morning the energy blended with me and delivered these unusual sounds at the start: http://snd.sc/18MNJ67 Continue reading

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Cover Up: The Phony DOJ Investigation Into Plamegate – 9 October 2013

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by James Corbett
October 8, 2013

Even going by the official story of Plamegate, the Department of Justice’s investigation into the Plame Affair headed by Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald makes no sense. The entire purpose of the Fitzgerald investigation into the matter, after all, was to find out who had leaked Plame’s status as a CIA operative to Robert Novak, the journalist who then published that information in a July 2003 Washington Post column. But according to the official story, this wasn’t even a mystery. By 2006, Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage had publicly confirmed that he had been Novak’s primary source for the story, and that when the scandal broke he had immediately contacted the FBI to admit to his role. Despite this, Fitzgerald was appointed as Special Counsel in the case in December 2003 and continued to pursue his investigation through to the 2007 conviction of Vice President Cheney’s Chief of Staff, Lewis “Scooter” Libby. In the end, Libby was the only one to be convicted of anything in the entire affair, and even this conviction was not for any leak related to Plame, but for perjury and obstruction of justice related to the DOJ investigation. In effect, even the official story admits that the entire Fitzgerald investigation was a sham. Continue reading

Judtih Dagley – Where The Action Is NOW – Relationships – 9 October 2013

judithJust in case you haven’t tuned into it yet, here’s a heads up– we seem to be in the midst of quite a shift. More specifically, ever since our Libra New Moon on 10.4, we seem to have entered an initiation into experiencing ”expansion” as the process of LIVING it truly is, rather than conceptualizing it as lessons to learn and/or something to wait for. That this initiation is also a process is indicated by the full Aries moon/lunar eclipse that follows the new moon by two weeks, and the Scorpio solar eclipse that will follow that, two weeks later. Continue reading