Here We Go Again
December 28, 2011 in Finance
I’ve written cryptically over the past couple of weeks about a system for the distribution of financial resources. I always proceed slowly when I write about things I’m trying to understand. Sometimes, when I first hear about something that goes against everything I thought was true, it takes me a while to tackle it.
Then, once I start to research it, I often find conflicting stories: one that coincides with what I heard originally and another that completely contradicts it. This slows me more as I consider which side is accurate. Since it is obvious that one side is in conflict with another, I don’t want to get caught in the crossfire.
This is where I have arrived with this funds distribution system.
Here is what I have learned so far.
It is called NESARA.
Depending on the website, this acronym stands for:
- The National Economic Stabilization and Recovery Act
- The National Economic Security and Recovery Act
- The National Economic Security and Reformation Act
It is the brainchild of the late Harvey Barnard or it is a pyramid scheme used to rip-off unsuspecting “investors” or it is a cult-like ideology that goes back to Saint Germaine, an eccentric figure who lived in Europe in the 1700s.
I’ve read all three of the stories. Each feels incomplete. Each makes an oblique reference to at least one of the others, claiming that the other stories rob the “true” story of credibility. In the end, each unique story comes to a similar conclusion. Financial resources must be distributed in a fair and equitable manner if we are to experience peace.
For this to happen, we must correct the political system. Then, either by a reduction in taxation, a distribution of secret funds, or another series of unlikely events, we can experience a world of abundance.
At this point, I don’t blame you for rolling your eyes and asking if I’m not yet tired of writing about these kinds of things. I have a book and seminar that teaches about The Law of Abundance. Recently, I’ve been writing about The Dragon Family/The Elders and their gold. Now, it is the Saint Germaine Trust or something similar.
I must admit I am fascinated with abundance. I know that abundance occurs naturally. However, many people are without basic necessities. I write about the topic so I can reconcile this discrepancy.
I assume this is part of my destiny because I didn’t go looking for NESARA. It came through an online request for me to help with some accounting reports. This gentleman, his first name is Steve, claims to be one of the people who is supposed to help distribute the funds.
As far as I can tell, Steve was chosen because he has worked in a national government position, volunteered in handling a charitable treasury, and is well-respected. Even though he is certainly qualified for the task, he was a little overwhelmed with the responsibility. He needed some help with reporting and I replied to his request.
He explained that the NESARA funding wasn’t quite ready. However, the charitable treasury needed some arm’s length reporting. He was hearing rumblings of people saying he was mismanaging funds and he wanted to put an end to that by being transparent. Therefore, he selected three of us to help. He gave us access to the records from two different financial institutions and we tag-teamed the reports.
While working on the reports, I learned there is some “Bridge” funding about to arrive. Steve asked us to be available to help him with the reporting on these funds too.
I’m out of space for today so I’ll tell you more about that tomorrow.