March 18, 2014
Gold: Beneficial for All
Maybe one of the most interesting financial topics of all time has to do with human’s love affair with gold.
My best guess is that gold craving was genetically woven into our DNA strands. Why? Well, you can’t eat the stuff, and it’s too heavy to carry around in a suitcase. Not to mention silver works just as well for filling tooth cavities, and makes for really cool jewelry too. My life is absolutely the same with or without gold. Bet yours is too.
Any student of the history of gold has to take into consideration the stories taken from the ancient Sumerian tablets made famous by authors like Zecharia Sitchin, or the tremendous gold mining archeological finds in Africa by Michael Tellinger.
When reading these books and researching their research, it becomes crystal clear that our galactic family had many “other” uses for gold, including life extension, increased knowledge capabilities, and even atmospheric protection when the metal was pulverized into a monatomic powder.
The use of gold by our ancestors for things other than status symbols is well documented.
That being said, let’s take a look at gold as a possible means to stabilizing and enhancing the upcoming worldwide money re-valuation.
The last report that I saw indicated that gold which was repatriated from the cabal will be shipped to all countries as a basis/backing for their individual currencies. This gold will belong to the citizens, and not be allowed to be traded or sold.
Each country’s currency should be valued in relationship to their GDP (gross domestic product), that is total value of goods and services they achieved during the previous 12 months, or other such determining standard that will coincide with each county’s economic achievements.
One would then divide the total gold tonnage owned by the citizens by worldwide GNP (or other such standard) in order to establish the base gold value.
To keep it simple, let’s say there are 100 ounces of gold to be shipped and $100,000 of GNP. Well, the value of an ounce of gold would then be $1000.
The beauty of what can happen next is both exciting and beneficial for all of humanity. As the world’s economies increase, every country’s gold holdings values increase, so that we all end up pulling for one another. It will be in each country’s benefit to see their neighbor succeed.
The better they do, the better we do. When the gold value goes up, everybody’s goes up. I might add the inverse is true as well, however with the funds available from the collateral accounts to first assist the third world countries we can look for a very robust and unheard of opportunity to grow our world into a very financial viable entity while we all pull for one another, both in our hearts and our pocketbooks.
What we deserve and expect is a mutual financial platform from which we can all benefit as we move into the golden (no pun intended) age. Gold holdings for each country’s citizens acting as a benchmark for honesty sounds like a great start.
Jeff White, Financial Group