Why Apocalypse Now

How we got to where we are is utterly fascinating. What an intricate series of events and historical movements that led us to this horrific moment in time.

For thousands of years, we’ve been puzzling over how the prophecies of the Last Days would be fulfilled. Well, we no longer need to puzzle over it. We now have most of the pieces and a better understanding of the picture.

The only question is whether we can fit those pieces together properly. It’s a big challenge, and I’ve been trying to do this for years. The good thing is that I’m better at this than before.

Click here to read the rest…Why Apocalypse Now

Back in Israel, and Staring into the Abyss

Well, I finally made it back to Israel, after being away for a year and a half. After a peaceful existence in Taipei, returning to the stress of Jerusalem has been difficult. Israel is a country under siege, and part of the reason for that is the disaster that we all face.

Some of what happened over the past week has been more than a little shocking. We knew that it had to come, but that knowledge did little to lessen the shock. What I’m talking about is the cutoff of gas to 60% of Europe, and the decoupling of the Swiss Franc from the Euro.

Click here to read the rest…Back in Israel, and Staring into the Abyss

WEEKEND SHOCKCAST: Cycles of Doom

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.

Why?

Because it demonstrates a severe limitation to freewill, and we don’t like that – which is completely understandable, although foolish.

Click here to read the rest…WEEKEND SHOCKCAST: Cycles of Doom

Another Doomsday – The War Cycle Turns Next Week

A financial doomsday is bad. Losing your wealth and your livelihood is not something that ANYONE wants to experience.

But, a doomsday for war?

That is far, far worse. A financial collapse would cause hardship, but a war is a far greater threat – especially since our enemies have nuclear weapons. Given the choice, most of us will choose hardship over death.

Of course, we aren’t being given the choice, we are going have a war, AND a financial collapse. And, in the same way that there is a cycle for financial collapse, there is a cycle for war.

And, according to Martin Armstrong, the war cycle turns up, next week.

Click here to read the rest…Another Doomsday – The War Cycle Turns Next Week

Doomsday in October 2015? Really?

Yes. Really.

I know. I know. It sounds crazy to think that something like the Economic Confidence Model (ECM) could be so accurate. But, it really does appear to be all THAT (and a bag of chips).

The only problem is that we tend to ignore what we do not understand. If something doesn’t make sense, it doesn’t exist to us, until we understand it.

So, let me give you a look a the really solid ideas that are the basis for the ECM, as well as giving you an example of someone discovering a principle at work – before another someone came along and gave us the HOW.

Ultimately, it doesn’t really matter how it works. What matters is that you take steps to get out of the way of what is coming.

Click here to read the rest…Doomsday in October 2015? Really?

%d bloggers like this: