Friday, November 15, 2013


Two years ago, a message was sent to our off world neighbors (here).  The response came two ways.  One was in the comments section of that video, a conversation that is ongoing (here).  Another is a visit, described (here).
Today, some thoughts emerge.  The January 1, 2012 video describes us – brilliant beings of light.  It invites interaction.  Not government sanctioned interaction or contact when we are “worthy”.  It is an invitation, period.  It operates as any other invitation and can be accepted or refused.
What’s happened since then?  We’ve woken up on a grand scale.  We made a choice to shift this planet ourselves, which is not surprising for a population of Masters.  UFO sightings have increased tenfold.  UFO landings have not.
That’s fine.  The invitation still stands.  They know where we live.  They even know who sent the invite.  
We have woken up and thrown off our covers to reveal our sovereignty.  We are not meek or subservient, but absolutely brilliant.  Any conversation that leaves us waiting or having to perform yet one more thing in order to receive something is not worth having.  
Recognize a continuation of the experiment wherever and whenever it shows up.  It may spring from an unlikely source, yet the feeling of waiting and unworthiness is unmistakable.  
Now I’ve looked for ships, seen ships and spoken to their inhabitants.  It’ll be great to meet them and get to know each other.  That could happen anytime.  There is nothing left to do in order to receive a response to an invitation.  Once sent, the ball is clearly in another court.
Do you realize what you’ve done?  The cabal is coming down.  Not because someone else from someplace else brought them down, but because you did.  You planned it that way.  You’ve succeeded.  
There is nothing more powerful than a self aware being.  You are lesser than none; a beacon of light.  The veil has been thick and obscured your vision.  It can be a bit blurry when you first emerge – confusion results.  You’ve mistakenly believed that the light was emanating from some other.  Not so.  Those are mirrors.  The reflection of your light is blinding.
In this time of emergence, carefully evaluate everything.  Songs, conversations and actions are reflections of where we are.  Anything that empowers and instigates fun and joy without requirement or judgment is growth producing.
It’s a tricky moment.  We are equal to everyone.  Not greater.  Not lesser.  Equal.  Expect as much respect as you offer.  Regardless of worlds from which we spring, we are One.  
Worldwide disclosure will catapult many events and expose eons of hidden history.  We’ve been clear on our intent.  We’ve spoken as One.  We do not need to speak again.  The invite was sent and received.
Why it hasn’t been accepted is not clear.  Yet one thing is.  Any message that informs us there is still something we must do before it is, is just a continuation of slave talk.  That experiment is over.
Be ready for the new and expect your wildest dreams.  You are beholden to none, whether on or off world.
We are at the threshold of amazing.  This demands a willingness to trust yourself, to love without condition and to hold yourself in a place of power.  If you’ve ever heard the expression, “He’s more afraid of you than you are of him”, consider the idea that it doesn’t only apply to wild animals.  This delay of contact would seem to imply that it references our off world cousins as well.
Understand the power you hold may be perceived as dangerous or unpredictable.  Send only love, acceptance and unity without fear or subservience.  
Embrace a world that includes all possibilities for creation and life and that is the world we’ll inhabit.  This is our intention, our creation, our world.  
We are the Ones we’ve been waiting for.

The ZAP Report 11-10-2013

I little late with this, I was enroute to Morocco.... Not a lot of new data, more delays in the purported RV and prosperity packages, etc.... As usual comments in red are mine. -Bill

Greetings and salutations,

So more Web sites to check out: - Solara’s updates are available monthly and weekly by subscription, but she does have some free material, and she does release her prior updates for free a few months later. I have been a paid subscriber for years. In honor of the 11:11 today. - The Astrology of November 2013 – Finally – Carl Boudreau – The Power of the Grand Jury (34 mins long)

The theme this week that I’m seeing is about accountability and cooperation and coming in from the cold. If you have been in isolation for a while, are you feeling the desire to meet up with like-minded/hearted others awakening and coming out of seclusion, too? Are you tired of going it alone? It’s like the splitting of the worlds Poof often mentioned. It’s saying enough to war and competition and lack and limitation and fear.

Like the Buddha who sat under the Bodhi tree declaring he wouldn’t budge until he attained enlightenment. Are you feeling your inner buddha doing that with the conditions in the world in which you no longer want to participate? What’s different this time is that the energetics are supporting this upliftment. It’s saying, “I won’t be a slave anymore. I won’t give away my power to others whom I have been conditioned to hold above myself. And I’m not afraid of you anymore.” We’ve all been, more or less, conditioned to be this way. This is why change must start within each of us. You don’t need to march in the streets or call undue attention to yourself. Sitting in the quiet and privacy of your own home accomplishes the same thing. Live your knowing. If you work in a place that has been part of the waning energies, then you are in the perfect position to carry out your part by bringing that stable, centered energy to these places which have been things in place. You are shaking the foundations that are leading to the inevitable loss of power, break-up, disappearing of the constrictive structures that are way past their due dates. Another Poof truism.

Wishing you all a magical day as we walk through this 11:11 portal.

Poof said, 

Chaotic thought balls of slime are being thrown out to humanity to be used for Malice Purpose.

Look around you, have you noticed people in your life, family, friends, co-workers, Government's which you swear are running around with a whirlwind spinning above their heads? That folks, is the slime's negative effects in Full Regalia.

The word for today is "transformation".

No one can avoid the "slime"---but everyone has the opportunity to transform the slime into a positive change for the World.

"Now Is The Time. You Get To Choose Your New Realities". A new reality not of whirlwinds of chaos above your head but to chart a path to improving the world beginning with your own vision. 

Here’s ZAP: 

Hi All,

Holy stardust, there are purple pigs in the sky! And the banks are running out of money, they say.

It is true. certain banks that have been doing the redemptions of the historic assets have run out of money to pay for them. However, that is a small issue, as the elders are coming back to top up the accounts. The reason is that some countries waited until the last minute and flooded the buyer with tons of bonds out of nowhere. But no big deal. Only a week’s delay for that, so it does not affect any other timings, thank God.

The dinar is ready to go as well. Yes, it is about that time now, and all is in readiness from the top down. I expect the announcement today, actually, so we will see if the screens come alive. No reason not to see them, otherwise, now, as the servicemen in Iraq called their wives and friends all excited that the RV was done in Iraq. Putin booted the M guy to do a second speech announcing this after he failed to do it in the first speech. Way to go Putin! He is truly behind the effort to give humanity a helping hand. Surprised? Don’t be. He has been working to clean up his country and to help the others get on the ball. huge effort on his part. Same with the Chinese Elders who are behind this effort to help the USA be the strong and shining beacon it is supposed to be.

The global gold settlements are just about to be announced, and that will wrap it up so the new system can be activated. Yay team! Our work is about done at the moment, and the real work ahead is about to start. Yes, I am talking about the reconstruction projects. Finally we are ready for that one. I thought we would already be there, so the message went out a couple of months ago - and the response was wonderful - and then it stalled because of the pesky delays we have experienced. But, no matter; it is happening now. and, shortly, we will be answering everybody and giving them a heads-up.

Benjamin Fulford - November 11, 2013: The French, Saudi, Israeli and Japanese slave governments block new financial system

Monday, November 11, 2013

Benjamin Fulford - November 11, 2013: The French, Saudi, Israeli and Japanese slave governments block new financial system

The efforts to release vast amounts of funds and launch a new golden age for humanity and the planet are now being blocked by a small group of nations notably France, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Japan together with the Wall Street whore politicians in Washington D.C. However, the families that control these nations are negotiating with the White Dragon Society and its allies so good results are expected.

We are also still hearing credible reports of an imminent move by the Chinese, Russian and US militaries to begin mass arrests of cabalists but we also hear reports of high level blockage. What is certain is that negotiations are proceeding at a high level amid steadily increasing pressure on the cabal controlled countries and that time is not on the side of the cabal.

The planned “simulation” of a shut-down of the North American power grid for November 13th to 15th involving Chinese troops on US soil may be the turning point despite continuing cabal threats of nuclear terror.

ExoNews: 50th Anniversary of NSA Hotline document revealing Kennedy Khrushchev UFO discussion

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Why Banking, Corporate America And The Government Need Each Other

Why Banking, Corporate America And The Government Need Each Other
November 14th, 2013

by Gold Silver Worlds

It should not come as a surprise that banking, industry and government are closely connected. The recent draconian decisions of the US Fed or the US foreign policy towards the Middle East are obvious examples. In order to understand who is behind most of those decisions and who the beneficiaries are, one should go back in history to the end of the 19th century.

Murray N. Rothbard revealed in his book “Wall Street, Banks and American Foreign Policy” in great detail that the financial and political stakeholders are one and the same. Rothbard, being an author and great thinker, highlights the role of political capitalism and crony capitalism in the US by tracing the historical references and connections in US financial and political decision making. This was also the context in which the US Fed was created.

Claudio Grass, managing director of Global Gold Switzerland, created a short and comprehensive overview of Rothbard’s book as part of his latest Global Gold Outlook Report. In this article, we provide some highlights. We strongly recommend to read the document at the bottom of this article. For readers with more time, Rothbard’s book is a must-read; it is available as an electronic download (hyperlink at the bottom of this article).

Join us on this journey behind the scenes where the banking elite, the corporate elite and politicians in the United Stated laid the foundations of their empire.

“Bankers are inherently inclined toward statism”

Rothbard was a traditionally strong advocate of a laissez-faire economy, which calls for free and voluntary exchange, and where the role of the individual and his choices are central to its existence. In his book, Rothbard illustrates the convergence of the US economy from a free market of free and voluntary exchanges, particularly up to the 19th Century, to state capitalism. According to Rothbard in his article Capitalism versus Statism (published in 1972), statism is “one or more groups making use of the coercive apparatus of the government – the state – to accumulate capital for themselves by expropriating production of others by force and violence”.

We find this gradual convergence occurring over two phases in the 20th Century, with the turning point being WWI as the US advocated a militarist approach to the war (as opposed to the previous ‘peaceful’ and non-interventionist approach) – up to the final stage where this becomes institutionalized with the creation of the Federal Reserve. Rothbard traces this convergence back to the strong influence of Wall Street players and family corporates, particularly the Morgan family.

Irish Bank chief quits as results released

Bank chief quits as results released
Friday, November 15, 2013

KBC chief executive John Reynolds resigned on the same day as the bank announced it is significantly increasing bad loan provisions for the year.

John Reynolds: 'Pursuing other opportunities'
By John Walsh

In a sign the Belgian-owned bank has accelerated its attempts to work through its troubled loans, it has significantly increased the amount of bad debt provisions it will incur this year.

In its results presentation, it said it has reassessed its entire Irish loanbook in view of the EU-wide bank stress tests scheduled for 2014 and the Central Bank’s guidelines on dealing with mortgage arrears, issued earlier this year.

KBC has reclassified €2bn of restructured mortgages from non-impaired to impaired, which will increase provisions by roughly €510m.

A similar review of the corporate loanbook will see provisions increased by €161m.

On top of the €104m provisions already in place, KBC will not increase its overall provisions to €775m for the year.

The bank said it expects to return to outright profitability in 2016.

Over the third quarter, it posted an after-tax loss of €80m and impairment costs of €98m for the same period. The after-tax loss was €93m and impairment charges were €129m for the third quarter of last year.

Its core tier one capital position at the end of September was 12.45%. Deposits over the first nine months of this year rose €800m to €2.9bn.

Mr Reynolds will leave the bank after 29 years of service “to pursue other opportunities”.

He will be replaced by Wim Verbraeken, the current chief financial officer of KBC Ireland.
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EU FUTURE BREAKING: Berlin moves Germany out of the line of fire…and squarely into the driving seat

EU FUTURE BREAKING: Berlin moves Germany out of the line of fire…and squarely into the driving seat



It is no longer possible to deny the Grossdeutschland “business friendly” agenda in Europe

Although the process has gone largely (and very likely deliberately) ignored by the old Robber-Baron media, in a series of moves over the last few days, the German Federal Republic has given out the message loud and clear: the eurozone project will be pursued, but not in a way that even remotely risks German solvency. The Bankfurters, it seems to me, have won…as I always suspected they would. Mario Draghi – for all his initial political skills in the ECB job – now looks cornered. The Greeks must accept that they’ll be hung out to dry….and the Schäuble dream of a Germanised ‘business friendly’ Europe is on the verge of coming true.

In Germany’s emergent post-election CDU/CSU/SPD Grand Coalition, red lines have been clearly agreed on banking union. Alongside this sits a united decision to reject the proposals of the European Commission and ECB on banking union, and to anchor the resolution fund to the Ecofin on a purely inter-governmental basis. Several sources involved in the coalition talks have confirmed the story, which ran at Reuters. The 3 major German Parties also agreed that no funds from the ESM should be made directly available for the recapitalisation of eurobanks.

Andrew Huszar: Confessions of a Quantitative Easer

Andrew Huszar: Confessions of a Quantitative Easer
We went on a bond-buying spree that was supposed to help Main Street. Instead, it was a feast for Wall Street.

Nov. 11, 2013 7:00 p.m. ET

I can only say: I'm sorry, America. As a former Federal Reserve official, I was responsible for executing the centerpiece program of the Fed's first plunge into the bond-buying experiment known as quantitative easing. The central bank continues to spin QE as a tool for helping Main Street. But I've come to recognize the program for what it really is: the greatest backdoor Wall Street bailout of all time.

Five years ago this month, on Black Friday, the Fed launched an unprecedented shopping spree. By that point in the financial crisis, Congress had already passed legislation, the Troubled Asset Relief Program, to halt the U.S. banking system's free fall. Beyond Wall Street, though, the economic pain was still soaring. In the last three months of 2008 alone, almost two million Americans would lose their jobs.

The Fed said it wanted to help—through a new program of massive bond purchases. There were secondary goals, but Chairman Ben Bernanke made clear that the Fed's central motivation was to "affect credit conditions for households and businesses": to drive down the cost of credit so that more Americans hurting from the tanking economy could use it to weather the downturn. For this reason, he originally called the initiative "credit easing."

My part of the story began a few months later. Having been at the Fed for seven years, until early 2008, I was working on Wall Street in spring 2009 when I got an unexpected phone call. Would I come back to work on the Fed's trading floor? The job: managing what was at the heart of QE's bond-buying spree—a wild attempt to buy $1.25 trillion in mortgage bonds in 12 months. Incredibly, the Fed was calling to ask if I wanted to quarterback the largest economic stimulus in U.S. history.

This was a dream job, but I hesitated. And it wasn't just nervousness about taking on such responsibility. I had left the Fed out of frustration, having witnessed the institution deferring more and more to Wall Street. Independence is at the heart of any central bank's credibility, and I had come to believe that the Fed's independence was eroding. Senior Fed officials, though, were publicly acknowledging mistakes and several of those officials emphasized to me how committed they were to a major Wall Street revamp. I could also see that they desperately needed reinforcements. I took a leap of faith.

In its almost 100-year history, the Fed had never bought one mortgage bond. Now my program was buying so many each day through active, unscripted trading that we constantly risked driving bond prices too high and crashing global confidence in key financial markets. We were working feverishly to preserve the impression that the Fed knew what it was doing.

It wasn't long before my old doubts resurfaced. Despite the Fed's rhetoric, my program wasn't helping to make credit any more accessible for the average American. The banks were only issuing fewer and fewer loans. More insidiously, whatever credit they were extending wasn't getting much cheaper. QE may have been driving down the wholesale cost for banks to make loans, but Wall Street was pocketing most of the extra cash.

From the trenches, several other Fed managers also began voicing the concern that QE wasn't working as planned. Our warnings fell on deaf ears. In the past, Fed leaders—even if they ultimately erred—would have worried obsessively about the costs versus the benefits of any major initiative. Now the only obsession seemed to be with the newest survey of financial-market expectations or the latest in-person feedback from Wall Street's leading bankers and hedge-fund managers. Sorry, U.S. taxpayer.

Trading for the first round of QE ended on March 31, 2010. The final results confirmed that, while there had been only trivial relief for Main Street, the U.S. central bank's bond purchases had been an absolute coup for Wall Street. The banks hadn't just benefited from the lower cost of making loans. They'd also enjoyed huge capital gains on the rising values of their securities holdings and fat commissions from brokering most of the Fed's QE transactions. Wall Street had experienced its most profitable year ever in 2009, and 2010 was starting off in much the same way.

You'd think the Fed would have finally stopped to question the wisdom of QE. Think again. Only a few months later—after a 14% drop in the U.S. stock market and renewed weakening in the banking sector—the Fed announced a new round of bond buying: QE2. Germany's finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, immediately called the decision "clueless."

That was when I realized the Fed had lost any remaining ability to think independently from Wall Street. Demoralized, I returned to the private sector.

Where are we today? The Fed keeps buying roughly $85 billion in bonds a month, chronically delaying so much as a minor QE taper. Over five years, its bond purchases have come to more than $4 trillion. Amazingly, in a supposedly free-market nation, QE has become the largest financial-markets intervention by any government in world history.

And the impact? Even by the Fed's sunniest calculations, aggressive QE over five years has generated only a few percentage points of U.S. growth. By contrast, experts outside the Fed, such as Mohammed El Erian at the Pimco investment firm, suggest that the Fed may have created and spent over $4 trillion for a total return of as little as 0.25% of GDP (i.e., a mere $40 billion bump in U.S. economic output). Both of those estimates indicate that QE isn't really working.

Unless you're Wall Street. Having racked up hundreds of billions of dollars in opaque Fed subsidies, U.S. banks have seen their collective stock price triple since March 2009. The biggest ones have only become more of a cartel: 0.2% of them now control more than 70% of the U.S. bank assets.

As for the rest of America, good luck. Because QE was relentlessly pumping money into the financial markets during the past five years, it killed the urgency for Washington to confront a real crisis: that of a structurally unsound U.S. economy. Yes, those financial markets have rallied spectacularly, breathing much-needed life back into 401(k)s, but for how long? Experts like Larry Fink at the BlackRock investment firm are suggesting that conditions are again "bubble-like." Meanwhile, the country remains overly dependent on Wall Street to drive economic growth.

Even when acknowledging QE's shortcomings, Chairman Bernanke argues that some action by the Fed is better than none (a position that his likely successor, Fed Vice Chairwoman Janet Yellen, also embraces). The implication is that the Fed is dutifully compensating for the rest of Washington's dysfunction. But the Fed is at the center of that dysfunction. Case in point: It has allowed QE to become Wall Street's new "too big to fail" policy.

Mr. Huszar, a senior fellow at Rutgers Business School, is a former Morgan Stanley managing director. In 2009-10, he managed the Federal Reserve's $1.25 trillion agency mortgage-backed security purchase program.
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