The comments on yesterday’s article were interesting.
Kristina said she has “learned to NOT trust ANYTHING that comes from governmental sources. It’s all distorted with no truth.”
I completely understand why she feels that way.
In fact, I believe creating that feeling is the goal of the disinformation techniques I described yesterday.
There are numerous inconvenient truths that would enrage the general public if we knew the details. These include the suppression of efficient energy systems, the use of war for profit, the dumbing down of the general public through the education system, and the use of Western medical practices for profit rather than health.
As evidence of these practices comes to the surface, many people ignore it. These people have heard so many lies that they have become skeptical about everything they hear, even those things that are obviously true!
Instead of looking for the truth that exists within each message, they dismiss all of the message.
In doing so, they miss important information. They miss opportunities to follow the signs.
To assist in the peaceful change to The Abundance Plan, we must recognize the daily signs we receive. Today, I look at two of yesterday’s stories to show how to do that.
The first story is about Steve Quayle. Yesterday, he posted a letter on his website from someone called “V.”
It said that the Euro had unofficially collapsed.
The source was unverified. Beyond the single initial, the source didn’t even have a name.
The letter could have been an advance report from an insider. It could have been a complete fabrication.
I wasn’t familiar with Steve Quayle. I had never heard of him before yesterday. I wondered if he created the letter just to get attention. I wondered if he really does have an insider he calls “V.”
I had no idea.
The second story is about a currency trading company called OANDA. Yesterday, they posted an announcement on their website.
It said they were suspending trading from 6 AM to 3 PM Sunday.
I wasn’t familiar with OANDA. I had never heard of the company before yesterday. I wondered if someone created the report just to get attention. I wondered if the company really does currency trading. I wondered if they wanted to increase trading volume by implying they had insider information that a financial collapse was about to happen.
I had no idea.
So, I looked deeper.
I discovered Quayle is a shortwave radio host and author. When I went to his website, I noticed that his current homepage is a red screen with the text from the letter. Either he really believes in his source or he is using the letter for his new marketing campaign.
Other than the letter’s text, his site had no further comment.
I discovered OANDA is a currency trading company. It handles about twenty percent of the world’s forex transactions, more than six hundred billion dollars of trades each day. Either they really believe something dramatic will happen or they are attempting to increase trading volumes before the weekend.
Their statement says the Greek elections may cause prices to fluctuate so much over the weekend that margin calls could be necessary. In other words, trading accounts are going to lose so much money that additional deposits will be required.
OANDA hopes things will settle down by Monday. However, they imply they aren’t hopeful that will happen.
In another statement, they say, “OANDA believes the convergence of a major market event during off-market hours represents a potential trading risk and has taken this rare step to protect traders from excessive rate fluctuations.”
A convergence implies more than one thing will happen at the same time. What does OANDA think will happen with the Greek elections? Could it be the collapse of Euro?
What’s the peaceful response?
First – Pay attention. Don’t dismiss anything entirely. Know that everything has an element of truth. (Kristina and I had a nice discussion about this last evening.) This truth may be in the facts of the story. The Euro may have collapsed. Currency prices may fluctuate. It may be in the agenda of those presenting it. Quayle may be looking for attention. OANDA may be looking to increase trading volume.
Second – Compare sources. If two unrelated sources are reporting similar stories, this increases the likelihood of truth. Identify the common elements within both stories. In this case, each story is saying that currency volatility is about to happen. One says the Euro has collapsed. The other is acting as if it thinks currency rates will experience extreme fluctuations in the immediate future.
Third – Recognize how these events could usher in world peace and hold that vision. If the Euro collapses, many financial experts believe the Dollar will collapse within two weeks or so. The collapse of these fiat currencies will create a void for the new currency that I believe is necessary before we can experience world peace. Extreme price fluctuations could do this too.
Stay tuned. This could be an interesting weekend.