We do some mighty strange stuff around here. One of which – and we’ve been updating at least weekly since the Internet bubble suffered a blow-out in 2001-2003 – is comparing the present day to the last major collapse. In our work, we’re going into this week (equivalent to Nov. 12, 1930) from here:
As you can see, the market MAY have already put in its peak. But the Fed is still printing money. Can they keep staving off collapse? Beats us.
If they had NOT done, so, our projections of where a “zero-inflation” work out would have landed us would be in mid November 1930.
There are more charts and how we work up this comparison over on the Peoplenomics subscriber side. But morning’s like this, it’s useful to keep in mind that the markets would be headed at least 50% lower than present values if the Fed hadn’t just materialized more than $1.6 trillion dollars. Oddly coincident with the arrival of the “plandemic.”
Of course, only a damn fool would observe that major economic declines had their “tracks covered” by massive “news” events. Why, to even think that the War on Terror/Twin Towers was a cover-up for financial failures and the Internet bubble’s end…why, that’d be nuts, right?
Or that the arrival of the “plandemic” was oddly timed in the grand historical view with a [possible] long-term peak in financial markets. One that would justify massive (nearly hyper) inflation in order to paper-over disaster.
How It’s Papered Over
When we go back a ways – say February of 2020 – which is when the markets really began to collapse (plandemic) – we can see how Printing has “saved the day!” Plausible deniability before the herd. They demanded aid, after all, right?
The top line of the chart below is how real printing led to present day market levels (up dramatically) and how a constant (honest) dollar would have ordained an immediate 50% collapse (lower track). America was placed in “print or die” as a global power.
You see, thanks to the (turns out almost certainly human-engineered virus as we’ve said from the beginning) makes all manner of economic distortions plausibly deniable.
The U.S. Dollar clings to its global Reserve Currency role, with a complicit G20. But the final assaults on America’s sovereignty continues on many fronts. The Globalists want it ALL.
Some are obvious attacks on baseline Western values. Take (Tokyo Olympics: Kiwi weightlifter Laurel Hubbard to become first transgender athlete to compete at the Games – NZ Herald) as one example. Other attacks fan the flames of racial and economic divides. Stories like Applaud Juneteenth progress but not pushback on critical race theory and ‘It lessens my bills’: $500 payments tested in upstate NY argue the case more eloquently than we could.
Notwithstanding BTC at $32,604 early on, the world is still nuts. And though aghast, there are “accidents” we should take our eyes off, but somehow can’t.
Oh, and we figure the $28,000 handle in time on BTC. Fortunately, we do commentary not financial advice.
Chicago Fed National Activity Indicator is as much a psychographic assessment of American brainwashing results as it is economic judgment material. Do we continue to “buy lies” that eventually pivot into Truths? Well, of course! Here’s today’s read on it:
“Led by improvements in production-related indicators, the Chicago Fed National Activity Index (CFNAI) increased to +0.29 in May from –0.09 in April. Three of the four broad
categories of indicators used to construct the index made positive contributions in May, and three categories improved from April. The index’s three-month moving
average, CFNAI-MA3, rose to +0.81 in May from +0.17 in April.”
Dow futures up nearly 200 though there was a 3% bloodbath in the Japanese markets overnight. After this rally runs its course this morning, we’ll have to look at shorting, again.
All of which leaves Elaine and me debt-free, low-profile, hiding-out in the (*sweltering) woods of East Texas, waiting for the whole shitteree to collapse. Which it won’t, at least today. Patience and stress-free living are what matter in your 70’s. And time in the garden.
Is that Americans have been becoming increasingly concerned about Fed policy and resulting inflation ever since the lockdowns began. Here’s a 5-year Google Trends view of “inflation” as a search term:
Tells us that people are worried – and rightly so. But on some things, like Lumber, commodity price spikes may have been more a function of Fed largess and corporate greed more than fundamental change.
Lumber is sitting on the $900 handle and just up $55 bucks from the high in August of last year – so a 6.5% price rise. Still, traders look for any excuse to “run the sheep” and, well…mission accomplished!
In Ure’s ever-so-humble, better financial perspectives than the mainstream are out there.
Take for example ALERT: Analyst Predicts 80% Market Crash This Year. Here’s How to Invest Now when you get time.
The interview with Lacy Hunt here Inflation Today, But Deflation Tomorrow | Lacy Hunt – YouTube echoes our concern the Fed is “shooting its wad” early.
Very much in harmony with our views. In other words US Economy May Have A Tricky Rebound.
A Few More Data Blobs
Plucked from the newsroom wastelands:
Domestic loudmouth politician working “the divide” department: Ft Lauderdale mayor faces backlash for calling Pride incident ‘terrorist’ before facts available.
Cleaning voter rolls: Georgia Secretary of State Outlines 100,000 Names to Be Cut From Voter Rolls.
File under Biden and Predators. Hunter’s note? Pleas For Biden To Save Gray Wolf Population.
And some criminals are just nuts: 42,000 pounds of missing pistachios leads to possible illegal pistachio operation. Wonder if it was run through a shell company?
Father’s Day Woo-Woo?
As (especially Peoplenomics) readers know, I have been nibbling on notions related to busting space-time ever since writing the book Dimensions Next Door. On Amazon, BTW.
What I’ve been working on is trying to recreate the “electronic fog” that was reported by Bruce Gernon in his book about flying into a time-warp in 1970 in a Beech A36 Bonanza on a flight from Andros (Bahamas) to West Palm Beach. The Fog: A Never Before Published Theory of the Bermuda Triangle Phenomenon.
Super good case because Bruce laid out enough details that I figured that the sound and electronic fields might be reverse-engineered. So I work on that now and then.
Although there have been some intriguing photos, like this one:
The effect is very likely a CCD imaging issue, not the fog. Still, the lens was clean and no condensation at the time of the shot…
Still, not particularly noteworthy – bright sun and such. Dismissed by an expert as such.
Sunday’s Odd Results
Sunday, though, I was running more spectral scans.
The connecting theory between all of the cases of time-travel/wormhole type reports and levitation, is that there’s a frequency and waveform that is reputed to do odd things. But only under very specific conditions.
Kjellson’s observations (1938, Tibet) involved a semi-circle of three sound sources including “farty sounding” long deng sheng trumpets as well as two types of drums (large and mid sized kettle drums). These were placed at specific distances from a sound-reflecting mountainside cliff and were used to levitate rocks.
Since we can estimate all the sound fields in Kjellson’s report, and since we also have details on the Gernon flight, we can overlap the sound parameters and come up with some interesting ideas.
However, it’s not precise. In fact, after doing some sound sweeps Sunday, I didn’t feel anything particularly strange. Blew off the day’s work and said to hell with it. Off to read.
THEN, about 4 PM, Elaine came in and said “Did you move those rocks on the retaining wall between the house and shop?”
“WHAT???” Hell no, of course not, I didn’t move them. It was 94F and humid outside by this time. I’m a chilled reader.
“Well, come look…they’ve been moved.”
Pardon the blue lines, but they show how the rocks had been moved.
Even more interesting was another rock that seemed like it had tried to move but settled back in its place:
See around the edges, especially lower, it looks like it was moved. Shouldn’t be gaps around it.
Notes to Home Experimenters
Are we stumbling around a yet-to-be-patented way of moving things. Like Edward Leedskalnin at Coral Castle?
Here are the sound field basics:
I was using multiple frequencies. Primary sound field was 97 db worth of brown noise. Mixed with this was a secondary square wave (going for harmonics here) between was 2450 to 2550 Hz. Various wave forms.
This was piped out the front mains in the home studio using tri-amped speakers: Dual powered 10″ subs, Bose 201’s for mids and an array of four 3 inch tweeters. Mids and tweets fed by a Crown 2X60 amp on each side.
The rear speakers are (Bose) Interaudio bookshelf’s on stands. A single Crown drives the right and left rear.
(Playing brown noise loud, it generates puffs a wind – quite noticeably…)
Now the hip shot: Since we know from the data that Gernon’s route of flight took him from essentially sea level, and where the “time cloud” formed behind him, we can estimate formation of his “time cloud” took place between 2-5,000 feet. This then allows us to estimate where the reflected sounds should be.
By guessing at the “space-time bending cloud” location, we can then begin to pencil back to figure how long to delay the return.
To do this, the audio from the front main channels is run through a Behringer Virtualizer which lets us adjust the delay time on the rear speakers.
Which means we have us to 5.45 seconds as our in-studio range. And since sound (at 75 F – it varies based on temp, tool here) is 1133.25 feet per second, then our max test range is: 6,176 “sound feet.” So our max test “altitude is 4,932 feet which ought to get close to the Gernon event.
When Gernon first looked behind him and saw his “cloud” it was (estimated) around 3,500 feet. However, he was just passing through 5,000. We find reason (in Kjellson’s work) to infer a much lower incept altitude. This is because Tibetan levitation sound field work was at ground level.
Which is terribly useful because?
Because we can simply add distance from sound source to reflector (mountain) and infer 313 meters or 1,030 feet. Only about 6 rocks per hour could be raised this way. Up the mountainside for a new temple. The rest were reduced to dust – think Jericho and sound fields.
The levitation effect, thus, becomes a much easier target but one I wasn’t specifically looking for Sunday: I was trying to get a collection of magnets in the studio to spin.
Having said this, we can imagine UFO/UAP spectral signatures if ever released would not be single frequency affairs. Which gets me thinking of multiple frequencies, which is why I’m using brown noise…which you can think of almost like a baseband.
Curiously, there are some “hot” (audible) mixing product frequencies which can be heard “tuning through” some of the audio spectrum. Which has me considering purchase of a second Virtualizer so that phase as well as delay line effects could be discretely dialed in (optimization).
Which has us wondering there might be a continuum along which effects are noticed: Gravity, space-time, and perhaps (the Prize) which would be portal tunneling. In which case, a spectral analysis of UFO/UAPs would have 3 major spectral “bumps.”
For now, it was a few rocks MAYBE moved. But we might be able to claim an “effect.” If we could repeat and capture, since we didn’t have “eyes on.” when the movement happened.
Still, definitely no vehicles around and much too big for cats to have done.
Curious thing to note, as well: The rocks that moved were high iron content. Just like the rocks are Coral Castle are called “ironshore rock.”
Interestingly, the “Walls of Jericho” case involves a mudbrick on stone foundation. Leading us to wonder whether simple small movement of high iron content rock (responding to acoustical energy) could have moved enough to topple the mudworks atop them.
Enough speculation. Off to work on another book chapter (Packing to Die: Suitcase between your ears” for PN Wednesday.
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