The next four years will try our souls. Financial collapse, waves of Muslim ‘refugees’, rising tyranny and ecological destruction will test our character in ways that we have never seen before. And then, there will be war.
In fact, war has already started. The US overthrew the government of Ukraine. Turned strife in Syria into civil war. Overthrew countries in North Africa. Betrayed the Arabs by making deals with Iran. And may be engaged in sabotage in China, while probably fomenting revolt among the Uyghurs – also in China.
I’m not even sure who the ‘good guys’ are. Our churches are full of sin, and many have already defected to Chrislam.
The next four years are going to be… um …interesting. Yes. That’s the word. Interesting.
Chinese stock markets and inevitable defaults in Greece, Puerto Rico and Ukraine. Deadly drought in California and Central America. The death of the Pacific Ocean. The rise of ISIS. Empty Iranian promises. The explosion of hatred and ignorance. The arrival of Jade Helm 15.
All of that swept across my desk this week. In fact, the only bright spot was Russia – and THAT sent a shiver through me, because the coming of Gog and Magog lies just over the horizon.
Never – in over four thousand years – have we seen so many threats, all at once. And, the Bible tells us that there is worse to come.
I am amazed and appalled at how quickly and resolutely we are moving towards utter financial catastrophe. The global economy sailed past its sell-by date long ago, and the rot has just about reached the surface. In fact, some of us can already see it – and smell it – from where we stand.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, the US has a government that is out of control. Corporations write policy and bureaucrats enforce it to the letter. Children are being stolen from parents. The police have gone insane. And, America is starting wars in Europe and abusing her allies in the Middle East.
This will be our last good Summer.
I hope that you’ll be ready for what comes afterwards.
As I crawl out from under the after-effects of an awful case of influenza, I continue to marvel at how the world continues to fall apart. For most of us, a bad case of the flu is temporary, but the world has cancer. And, it’s terminal.
What will it take for people to shake free of their deadly illusions about our cancerous world?
We can see yet another war rushing towards us, and our friends and neighbors are completely oblivious to what is coming. And, should America avoid a shooting-war with Russia, we still face a financial collapse that threatens to destroy our technocratic civilization.
There’s a certain rhythm to the Universe. And, each part of the Universe has its own distinct tempo. Each pulse and pattern rumbles and beats according to a cadence set by our Great Composer.
We see it everywhere, yet we often fail to see it in ourselves and in the mass of people that we call civilization. So, when Martin Armstrong, Nikolai Kondratiev, or Raymond Wheeler demonstrate that there is a cycle to human existence, we scoff at the idea.
Because it demonstrates a severe limitation to freewill, and we don’t like that – which is completely understandable, although foolish.
Many have come to me and talked about how closely the Economic Confidence Model (ECM) correlates with what Jonathan Cahn says about the year of Shemitah. Also, both ‘models’ indicate that there will be economic fireworks after the Summer of 2015.
Curiouser and curiouser.
So, I thought that I would add my own two-cents to this issue, and tell you what I think about this correlation. And yes, I DO admit that there is a correlation. But, it’s probably NOT the correlation that you think.
Also, please be careful. Judaism and Christianity do not mix. Consulting Talmud about such questions is wrong.
History runs in cycles. Life runs in cycles. Investments have cycles. Everything, in fact, runs according to some form of cycle. Anyone who says otherwise is a fool.
In fact, fools have done an incredible amount of damage to investors by loudly proclaiming the end of cycles. There’s always some idiot proclaiming that stocks will keep going up, just before they crash. And, once they crash, the same idiot will often be heard saying that they will never go up.
You might say that there is a cycle to idiocy, too.
Well, there’s yet another cycle that you must pay particular attention to: