October 7, 2012 in World
These two sites provide stories about, according to them, the soon-arriving Planet X. This planet will cause a pole shift and usher in significant changes on the Earth.
I’ve previously written about my experiences in evaluating the information on those sites, so this isn’t about that.
I remain undecided about Planet X. However, I find the latest information curious.
The Zetas (helpful ETs) have told Nancy there is a 93% chance that a public announcement about Planet X is imminent.
This mainstream media announcement must happen on a weekend to reduce its impact on the stock market.
In addition, it has to be at a time when the United States can be the first to address the world on the issue. Therefore, a Friday night U.S. time announcement won’t work because it will force Australia and the Far East to wake to the news.
Of course, predictions often don’t come true, so Nancy is careful to craft hers by explaining there is the chance that something will happen to prevent it from being fulfilled.
In spite of claims to the contrary, Nancy has missed on previous predictions, just as Drake missed on his arrest predictions earlier this year., so none of this is certain.
In fact, I’ve had readers ask me why I write about prognostications since the events haven’t happened yet.
My response is that predictions are a regular part of life. From news forecasts to picking winners in sporting events to economic trends, we encounter predictions every day. One can even make the case that we live within the realm of predictions every time we schedule a future event.
Predictions help us prepare for the future.
In some cases, they serve as disclosure of and possibly deterrent to nefarious events.
At other times, they give us the opportunity to consider what may happen, explore those possibilities, and even create other ones.
European Source Report
A new source for me, what I will call my European Source, had this to say about the presidential debate.
“Obama’s family received a death threat just before the debate. This was why he was sapped of all his energies and he looked drained as if his mind was occupied and somewhere else. He was absent.”
I can neither confirm nor deny this report. I only offer it as a possibility.
The world continues to conspire against Iran in preparation for war. The story linked here provides insight into how Western sanctions are crippling the economy.
As I have said previously, the buildup to war always has an economic issue.
Furthermore, these sanctions are contributing to inflation, unemployment, and a shortage of basic necessities. In other words, they are affecting the livelihood of Iranian citizens.
Sanctions against Iraq are blamed for the death of more than one million Iraqi citizens.
It remains to be seen how the Iranian population will respond to these shortages. History demonstrates a population is more likely to go to war when their livelihoods are affected to the point that war is preferable to peace. This was true with Iraq.
It will likely be true with Iran also.
Speaking of economics, I have noticed a disturbing trend in my most recent dealings with the IRS and State taxing authorities.
Either they have become desperate in their efforts to collect taxes or their staff is so poorly trained that they don’t understand the basics of the tax code.
I have seen several audit letters this year where the taxing authorities assessed taxes based on complete fabrications.
In one situation, my client’s income entitled him to receive a credit. The IRS sent a letter saying they wouldn’t allow him to claim the income because the person who paid him hadn’t reported it to the IRS.
When I responded by reminding them that tax code requires the recipient to report all income, they responded by allowing part of the income but not all of it.
It took a second letter to resolve the situation.
It appears the law doesn’t matter to the IRS if they can collect taxes by ignoring it.
That’s Not All
I’ll clear more items from my note pad in tomorrow’s article.