Reader Note: Be sure to read the ATR section today!
Humans know a hell of a lot more about the future than they’ll generally let on. All because we don’t teach people:
- There are lots of ways to “see future”
- These methods can be broken-apart and assembled into a logical order.
- When you do so, the Future becomes something you can “trade on” – and do very well, indeed.
Once you disassemble the Future into temporal blocks, and then set up a system of rigorous analysis, making intelligent bets on the future becomes widely accessible.
The problem – sorting out the wheat from the temporal chaff – is that few people spend enough time working on the “mechanics of future’s arrival” and how really broad it is – yet so simple to manipulate. (More on this in the ATR/Woo-Woo section at the end of today’s report.)
Bottom line is that the Future seems about to make a “furious arrival” in our odd way of looking at things. And the best way to communicate our “risk assessment” is by taunting your Monday-on-Tuesday neurons with a catchy headline (3 Down and Bang).
This is one of those mornings so full of graceful convergences and mirrors of global mass consciousness, that I could write a whole book about it. (I’ll spare you…). But, let’s roll ’em up and parse that headline:
What you need to know: The stock markets, viewed as an Aggregate Index are, 2-hours before the open, about to hit the shitter.
Remember the movie “Back to the Future?” Notice how the question mark by the lower right 3 is beginning to dissolve as our anticipated Future arrives? Got that, Marty?
Second Need to Know: In Elliott wave studies, the Wave 3 down is almost always the largest move.
Usefully, we figured out some of the key relationships and tossed them into a spreadsheet a few years back. Called “OpenBrain.xls” this little gem in the Peoplenomics Master Index is a starting point for fellow spreadsheet jocks who wish to know what’s possibly ahead.
We will dust off those runs for subscribers in tomorrow’s subscriber report (“HFGH: How the Future Gets Here.”) The answers are not particularly good news (in terms of potential for global mortality and such) but like a friend I haven’t heard from for years told me “Your Money doesn’t know (or care) where it came from.”
Which is one of the Biggest Structural Problems humans have: Rich people (many of whom are pricks) get rich and sadly, nice guys (and whatever the current PC version of dude is) do finish last.
As long as the evils money has done are not attached (like bullshit “social media billions,” for example, humankind will suffer un-just spiritual outcomes on this plane. Pricks seem to make more money.
What you may not care about: Is this inborn desire on my part to “earn money the hard way” and “live below our means.” Because knowing how to spot crooked games (*cryptocurrencies (digital tulips) and “social media” (non-paying time-theft rings)) which abuse the unthinking masses to make their billions, it would be unethical for us to “get rich.”
Social media – swindling people out of their too short time on Earth – is about as close to resident evil as we’ve seen. Anyone posting on social should (if we had a real FTC) have to read and agree to a major disclosure
“You’re about to spend your precious Life hours making up content for a huge corporation which will make far more money off your efforts than you ever will. Corporations are non-human entities – legal fictions – designed to take money from your (unpaid – with the rare exception of a major viral hit) efforts and pass them upstream to the already rich…
___ I am a Sucker [continue] ___Wow! Thanks for that! [exit]”
How Social Media Breeds Stupid People
Today’s Youth could all gain advanced degrees with the money pissed-away on social.
How much, exactly? Well, one of our favorite data sources (Statista.com) reported reliably last November that:
According to figures in the latest Statista Digital Economy Compass, the global average time spent using social media platforms per day is 142 minutes in 2021 – far higher than the 90 minutes recorded in 2012
Calc-up with me here: 142 minutes a day is? Uh…51,830 minutes per year. 863.33 hours. Even if you were doing food service (high-end $15/hour) that’s still more than 21 work-weeks. Or $12,500 if you need the cash and like manual labor instead of generating your own intellectual property… your call.
When I made the strategic decision years back not to involve Peoplenomics or UrbanSurvival in the social(ist) media swindle on moral grounds, there was a hidden pay-off of hundreds of days when I didn’t have to log on to anything. If someone wants to talk, I have a phone and email. I manage my time zealously. Go read Cal Newport’s Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World. Work on purpose.
I don’t write books, publish useful websites, because I have social account. It’s because Social is another California Gold Rush. This too, will pass.
Whew. Long ramble-rap on 3-Down, huh? Onto the dessert table.
Bang: Timing Ukraine War
Concurrent with an early-on market decline “War bad, bonds good, stocks bad), there’s this potential NSNW problem I mentioned in the Monday column.
Made all-the-more likely by my consigliere’s latest flash memo:
“You need to read Russian Landing Ships Leave Baltic Sea Raising Concerns That Ukraine May Be Their Final Destination (thedrive.com) right now. Go do it.
“Last three of the 6 landing ships moving out of the Baltic went under the bridge leading out of the Baltic at about 8 am local (Denmark) time MONDAY (Jan 17th). Google says it is about 4400 nautical miles from about the bridge, which – at 20 knots makes it about a 9-day trip, not counting the distance from Istanbul up to any landing area on the Black Sea – say 1 more day of sailing time, say 10-days total.
Doubt Turkey will let the ships past IF War has already broken out. That means NOT this weekend but the following weekend?! … say Saturday night Jan 29??”
Already, will be sewing a Level iV chest plate into my Scrooge McDuck suit today. Airing out the mothball smell, too. Such has been the Bear Clan since the U.S. Fed dump unjustified liquidity into the markets in Feb of 2020 when the biowe…oh, wait, you’ve heard that before!
Watch the videos on YT about the “soft Russian reserve call ups” we hear…
NY Fed Empire State Manufacturing just out. Think this will appease jittersome markets?
(blah, blah, blah…)
…The headline general business conditions index fell thirty-three points to -0.7. New orders declined slightly, while shipments held steady. Delivery times continued to lengthen, and unfilled orders increased….
(blah, blah, blah…)
Tomorrow Housing Starts and Permits report drops. We’ll see just how well we’re tracking with that Brandon scheme of — what was it? A Million new home starts or something?
Dow futures down only 300 with an hour to the open. Digital tulips $41,500 area but falling…
News Stories Worth Your Time?
So little really is. If you can’t make a buck at it, understand how the bucks are playing, or get laid? I mean, besides the commercial for the sale of sloppy-meals or whatever, really?
Nevertheless, we are starting down stories like:
Not bad enough for a Darwin Award but: A North Carolina hiker dismissed Izzy’s weather advisories. Six rescuers in snowshoes had to save him. – The Washington Post
Know anyone who acts badly when drunk?
After blowing its top, elsewhere: Tonga covered in thick layer of ash, photos after volcano eruption and tsunami show (nbcnews.com)
Hint about Gold? When an SF area site publishes a story about gold (bad gold, exploitive mining) think it’s a tell?Oh well: our money doesn’t know where it came from…
And for our “Do as we Say” file: Forbes Insiders Complain About Long Hours, Low Pay, Lack of Raises (businessinsider.com)
ATR: Events at Rainbow Bridge
With a nod to Jimi Hendrix, and a side of woo-woo.
I am not a particularly religious man by measures of Church attendance or bills in the offering plate. But, due to my decades-long fascination with the Future (OK, and making a buck on it!) I do spend a lot of time in quantum physics land. Where, among other things, I was treated to a galley copy of Dr. Fred Alan Wolf’s Star Wave: Mind, Consciousness, and Quantum Physics in its pre-publication state.
I’d met Fred back in my news directoring days in Seattle. We spent a couple of hours over Scotch at Rosellini’s talking over Taking the Quantum Leap: The New Physics for Nonscientists.
Point is that I have been forever stuck on the social battlefront between “science” and “religion.”
It’s a fake division.
This weekend *(and you’ll see the process in Peoplenomics as to the logical pathway) I had a very good epiphany. I actually “get” now, how prayer in a science-compatible way.
Prayer – and the occult arts – are all based on the subtle manipulation matter down at the fundamental level. Deeper than even this, however, because in order for us to apprehend the existence of something as fundamental, it will have already been “called into existence.”
This is exactly and precisely where religion and science used-to collide. Not anymore, however. The Big Secrets lay out like this:
- Quantum physics argues *(provably) that Observer States drive fundamental existence. Observer expectations run the world.
- Prayer argues much the same thing.
- The main reason prayer doesn’t work more of the time is the voting problem among the observers.
Give you an example or 2:
Cuban Missile Crisis. 1962. Everyone in the world was convinced to fear nuclear war AND that Russia go back to Russia. Fast-forward 60-years this fall and where are we? NATO is amping up arms in Eastern Europe (“their Cuba”) and already people in Russia are moving in preparation for war. See how Global Mass Consciousness floats along at the macro level? Takes time to reverse sides, but it does happen. Or seems about to.
Why doesn’t prayer work more often? The answer, it seems, lies in the size of the Observer pool.
In this potential Nuclear War in ’62, huge numbers of people prayed most of the major aspects and attributes of nuclear disaster.
But why didn’t it work when you were praying for Auntie Milly on her death bed?
The answer seems to be size of the Observer pool doing the future intending.
It’s almost like cosmological voting of the future is taking place, all the time.
Auntie Milly’s pending death was a second example:
10-people were praying for Auntie Milly’s health, there on her death bed. But she’d pissed off 12-people in her life, so consequently she would likely not survive such a close “vote on her life.” This is where personal karma weighs in.
But there seems to be a prayer jujitsu that can be done. The set-up is when the 10-people “vote” by intending a certain PRECEDING outcome upon which the later “vote on Milly’s life” is really a temporal dependency.
I would wager a few pennies that if 10 people prayed that a “slow-release miracle cure pill” were given to Milly in advance of the “life vote” she would have a better chance of surviving. Still not foolproof, though, because Milly’s Karma-meter is still on the minus side.
I won’t belabor the mechanics of all this anymore than to mention that praying precedents is what matters; not praying a specific event. The casual Observers drawn in my news, don’t look for, apprehend, or therefore vote, at the precedent level. Or at least so infers the Crazy (but he knows Fantastic Fred) George Interpretation (CGI) of quantum mechanics.
Of course, not everyone wants to take prayer and generalize it into a non-denominational physics class. Not everyone in science wants to look bigger and beyond their “DIMARRAY” metaverses and 3rd lives of kiddie Code.
Textbook help? You can snag how powerful templating works by reading Calling Things That Are Not. Best $2.50 I’ve spent in my life. An introduction to working at the Code level of God/Universe/All. MWI compatible.
The only difference really left – between the Scientist and the Religionist, is therefore only that one “consciously intends” while the other one “prays.” Works, but inconsistently, but your play can improve. Be warned of dangers like covens, where the futures of others (of uncertain intent) can weigh the outcome.
That the future bubbles towards us as a kind of “quantum foam” – that eventually congeals into something firm enough to walk on, tasty enough to eat, is beyond doubt. In three frames, Reality bubbles from Nothing into an Aerogel-like mass of potentials, condensing into a fiberglass-type Reality.
The art of finding the Exit from this Adventure Game is learning to pop enough of the right bubbles when your future is in the flowing Aerogel-like stage.
People are already moving – spiritually – off-planet. Takes guts to play the remainer here and play the real game out here in nominal world. Easier to retreat into Social Delusions on your phone. Totally get that. Harder game out here, more levels, no replays. Just honest exchange, righteous intent.
Nothing new to Andy in here. Every time he posts an adventure, I watch him “learning by working the aerogel.” See it in our Children, too. Just not so consciously.
Universe (Dude for Andy) takes care of you, if you take care of Universe. Look up symbiosis. Pretty simple stuff and wholly compatible with QPhys. In case no one ‘splains it to you. Cosmologically Graceful and glorious to behold.
Write when you get rich,