Thoughts on the movie, Thrive, and on the gold market – from ~Jean
Yesterday, I was mostly out ‘doing’ and not on the net, and a large part of what we did surrounded the movie Thrive, which played here to a full house. Thrive is a movie that everyone should see, even if it is necessary to buy the DVD; at least, that is the way I feel about it. It presents the picture clearly, giving information that it took me, quite literally, several years to ferret out. At the same time that it presents the total picture, it also manages to avoid the huge controversy, which will inevitably surround ‘religion’ as it presently exists on our planet. My opinion is that doing this was a wise choice: the film as it stands – with only one small comment on religion – likely will be earth-shaking for many people. Thrive has the potential to awaken a huge number of people to the ‘real’ truth of the matrix in which we have been living.
On another topic, the financial situation, which is ever intriguing, I’d like to make a comment on the topic of gold. Earlier today, I posted an article from Money & Markets which asks if we are going to return to the gold standard. Since I believe we will – and my opinion is very unacceptable to those in the business, I’ve been watching the gold market and have found it interesting. This past week, when the market tanked, it seemed to me that gold should have shot up. It did not; instead, it started downward. Yesterday, when the market was more optimistic, I thought that logically gold should have dropped. It did not; instead it went upward. In other words, to me gold is not behaving logically. If I am correct – and there could be a lot of things going on that I do not have knowledge of, the question I asked myself is, “Why?”
My sense of it is that the sharp traders, those who are manipulating the markets already know that we are going to return to a transparent economic system based on the gold standard – along with other precious metals and commodities. (How could they not?) When it looks like the markets are going to crash – as indeed, sooner or later, they must, presently they sell gold at the top. When the markets recover a bit, as they did this week, they jump back in and ride the price up again, making money on the move. I have observed them doing this repeatedly.
What does this mean for us, and why does it matter? It seems to me that eventually when the ‘real’ crash comes, gold, instead of going up as it logically should, could well plummet – and it could plummet very, very rapidly, so that those innocents holding gold will not see gold’s collapse coming, and in the 3D world’s thinking, they will be stung badly. Gold might well collapse because those in-the-know realize that when the new financial system is put in place, gold will not have any extraordinary value. Yes, it will have value, but not as a hedge.
Since a Golden Age will be impossible if we are not financially equal, the logical conclusion is that financial worries must be unnecessary. If your thinking is in a higher dimension, you will realize that what gold does or doesn’t do won’t matter one way or the other; that is, in the end none of us will have to worry about money. Such things as St. Germain’s trust and NESARA will be realized.
What I am suggesting, therefore, is that in the 3D world the gold market might drop precipitously when the game comes to an end: those in-the-know might take their winnings and leave the game rather quickly. In the new financial system, it will not be necessary to buy gold as a hedge – just something to consider.
I wrote this early this morning, but it is now evening. Today, I moved into my dear little apartment and have done some marketing and eaten supper. I will not be long out of bed tonight. I’m tired. If the weather cooperates, my son will arrive with my car tomorrow.
Soon I will be back on a regular routine. Thank you all so very much for bearing with me. I do appreciate it.