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    With the imminent demise of mankind’s nemesis, the US Federal Reserve Banking system of a fiat debt based currency, some people are just a mite concerned about some of the possible disruptions to their lives. Our off planet friends that have been sent to specifically aid the planet along with ourselves in ascension have neatly checkmated our banker friends into a situation where they will have to release their iron grip on mankind. This changeover time going from their debt based fiat currency to a temporary precious metal currency could cause loss of electricity, communication, and supply disruptions. This kind of possible situation tends to cause much fear and dread among many because most people have no problem imaging some terrible outcomes of this.

    One of the first controls put on our planet by some of the old beings that worked with a handful of people thousands of years ago was to instill fear of life and limb into everyone. With that fear deeply embedded into everyone the next agenda was to create a commercial system of supply and demand to keep that fear alive and well. With that in place it did not take too much effort to get everyone working to live by keeping the illusion alive and well that if you did not participate in this system that you would go without all the necessities of life. With everyone a slave to this system no too many people dared challenge this established order since everyone was convinced that without it we would all plunge into abject poverty and anarchy. Fear became the god of this world which of course was fueled by all the religions of the world that made everyone believe that the creator was angry with everyone born into their tag line of original sin.

    After making the decision to not participate in this way of life five years and 38 days ago my biggest nemesis was indeed this very fear that had been programmed into me from all of the above. The battle of my intellect vs my higher self or spirit was in full splay. I found when I would dwell on all the scenarios of what could happen to me I would become depressed and despondent. If I spent anymore time on it then my same intellect would begin to forge plans to go back to the world of money making so I could still those thoughts by doing what I thought was a proactive approach. By the time I had spent hours on this kind of thinking it always came back to the same problem that making money always does. You can never work long enough nor make enough per hour to cover all the contingencies.

    At times I found it amusing at how I would allow myself to slip into this kind of self imposed trauma especially since to date the bills are all still paid. It was always when bills were coming due or we would be low on fuel or food that started this slippery slope of left brained thinking. You can only have a pity party for yourself only for so long and it wears off. When my intellect would exhaust me and then offer no real new solutions I would be in a state that would allow me to hear from my spirit or higher self. I usually did not get any answers to my questions of how or where but what I did get all the time was an assurance that all would be well and to simply live in the moment instead of trying to out guess that new few hours, days, or weeks.

    In every case all the years went well and my worst fears came to nothing. Everyone that was supposed to give to me did and those that were not supposed to give to me did not. It meant doing the work for those that needed it regardless of who did or who didn’t. Over the years now those kind of arguments with myself started to wane to the point today that I just don’t dwell on them any longer. I just simply found that kind of thinking to be exhausting, fruitless, and void of answers.

    Now this brings us to now with so many messages coming from our Galactic friends that have made it clear to us that change is coming and coming soon. Many of my friends are very worried about this time of change and have played all the scenarios out in emails and phone calls of what could happen to everyone. When I first heard of the Fed changeover coming soon the first thing I thought of was going to the store and buying things that I did not need today but just might need. I found myself trying to figure the best things to buy and still cover all the just in case situations. I then found myself standing in a aisle in the store and just stopped and checked with my spirit. After getting input I got a couple of things we needed that day and left the store. As I drove home it became clear to me that once again because of what seemed like an exigent circumstance I let my left brain take over yet once again. I was given assurance that when the time came I would be told what to do and the best way to do whatever has to be done in light of the imminent changes for our good coming to the earth.

    When I got home I reflected on all of this and came to realize that when you work for free and have to trust your higher self being hooked up to the source/creator that you already are living this way. It made for a good laugh on my at my expense that I could not immediately see the obvious and why did I give any of this any thought at all. There seem to be two things, that being told or directed to do what we are supposed to do which is faith that we are all in very good hands by a creator that loves us all and has put into place every contingency plan by the act of love vs our minds creating everything that can go bad for ourselves by our very old programming of fear.

    I can say for sure to everyone having lived without any visible means of support for so long that everyone will be fine since our creator/source will not take care of me any less than anyone else that is not already scripted in their life/souls plan. The great changes coming soon while at times could be difficult they pale in comparison with the life we will have once many of them have been implemented. This could also be a very good time to come out of the dog eat dog of competition and be assured that you don’t have to compete to have the things in life we need. I have found that it is not only safe to sow instead of sell it is also a much better way to live because you will find that when you give your time, talent, or things to whomever needs them without attaching debt, obligation, or duty to it that you will trip into the land of the living. You will then find in time that you will be able to say that working for free creates a life of no worries because the only way you can do that is to totally trust the part of us that has been suppressed for so many lifetimes, that being our spiritual side attached to the source/creator.

    Let there be a new peace on earth that we all usher in living by giving which unleashes a greater love on our world that is coming faster than ever now and let it begin with me and just watch the dark melt away from everything.

    Nicholas Grachanin


  1. #1 laurapet
    November 9, 2010 pm30 3:26 pm

    Great post Nicholas, After hearing the changes that are upon us in the next few days i too fell into fear for about 5 minutes and panicked. i was thinking i have no food and no money to stock up ,, oh my what will i do, i started to get shaky,. , then i realized how fear just struck me like that in a moments noticed,, As i was shaking and walking down the stairs to go take my neighbor to ” stock up”, I stopped and sat on the stairs to breath. I centered my self and and had a talk with my higher self, and shook off the fear as fast as it came that fast it left me, and i was fine, good lesson for me on beating fear. I have always been provided for just in time, no matter how bad it looked a day before. And will continue to be loved and cared for when ever needed, I trust my higher self always!

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  2. #2 moonchild
    November 9, 2010 pm30 3:42 pm

    Dear Nicholas,

    I suffered a stroke a little less than two years ago. I didn’t know how I would survive, but so far I have. I’m keeping a good outlook on life and each day I get a little better. It is truly amazing how you can get along without “things”. Of course, I look forward to the day the “Galactics” come and we all are healed.

    Love and Blessings

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  3. #3 Stick
    November 9, 2010 pm30 7:21 pm

    Selling is Selling…

    ————–*The Purpose Behind Engineered Economic Collapse*————–
    By Giordano Bruno /Neithercorp Press – 08/2010

    “From now on, depressions will be scientifically created.” — Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh Sr. , 1913

    Everyone loves money. Even people like myself who abhor the abuse of money and commerce, who understand the fraudulent nature of the system we live in, still work hard and save so that we might attain a sense of stability within that system. Many people see money as a focal point to their existence. But is it really money that they are after, or is it something else entirely? In truth, money represents ‘security’ in the minds of the masses. Money affords us the ability to survive, and the more of it we have, the safer we all feel. Because we subconsciously associate the extension of our very life with the variable health of the economic structure in which we live, we tend to become unwitting devotees to its continued existence, even if it is corrupt and condemned to failure. We gullibly deny the system or the currency that supports it is doomed to the contrary of all evidence because, even though it has beaten us bloody, we have never known anything else.

    In light of this entrenched way of perceiving things, especially in the U.S., it is difficult enough to convince some people that the economy is in fact not providing the security they desire, but is actually destroying their future completely. To explain to them that this is deliberate, that the economy is designed to self-destruct, that is another prospect altogether.

    Many people hit a proverbial wall on this issue because they simply cannot fathom that certain groups of men (globalists and central bankers) view money and economy in completely different terms than they do. The average American lives within a tiny box when it comes to the mechanics and motivations of finance. They think that their monetary desires and drives are exactly the same as a globalist’s. But, what they don’t realize is that the box they think in was BUILT by globalists. This is why the actions of big banks and the decisions of our mostly corporate establishment run government seem so insane in the face of common sense. We try to rationalize their behavior as “idiocy”, but the reality is that their goals are highly deliberate and so far outside what we have been taught to expect that some of us lack a point of reference. If you cannot see the endgame, you will not understand the steps taken to reach it until it is too late.

    In the past we have covered numerous instances in which global bankers have admitted to fraud on a massive scale, fraud which is now crushing our already fragile economy. We have covered the private Federal Reserve and how it knowingly facilitated the creation of the housing bubble, as well as how it is now inflating a Treasury bubble which is soon to implode. We have covered Goldman Sachs and its efforts to promote and sell toxic derivatives all over the world while at the same time betting against those derivatives on the open market. We have covered the manipulation of gold and silver markets by companies like JP Morgan, which have recently been exposed by whistleblowers and GATA investigations. And, most importantly, we have executed in-depth analysis on the growing weakness of the U.S. dollar in preparation for severe currency devaluation. These revelations raise questions, which is natural, but they also elicit misconceptions and reckless knee-jerk reactions, especially when broaching the fact that the illegal strategies of international banks are part of a greater agenda.

    Below, we will examine some of the most common narrow minded responses to the issue of engineered economic collapse, as well as why people think the way they do when the “semi-sacred” subject of money is involved…

    1. The economy is too complex to be controlled by just a handful of people…

    This response often comes from people who make presumptions on economics, rather than actually educating themselves on how the system works. From the outside looking in, the world of finance appears chaotic; a mixture of mathematical and legal standards swirling in a void of mass psychology. Many Americans are either frightened off by the seemingly complicated field of study, or they find it rather boring and not worth their time. This, however, does not stop them from assuming that they know how money works.

    The problem is that just because a person participates in his economy daily, it does not mean he has any understanding of how it operates. Many watch television on a daily basis, but few have any idea how the picture actually gets onto the screen, or how to fix a television once it is broken. Sadly, our egocentric culture has led a substantial portion of the public to imagine that they are experts on EVERYTHING, and thus, true researchers in the fields of economics and globalism get reactions like the one above constantly.

    At bottom, once all the quasi-technical biz-babble used by mainstream talking heads is removed from the equation, economics is rather simple. Supply and Demand will always be at the center of any and every economy, regardless of the political atmosphere it exists in. These two fundamental factors can be manipulated to a point, by the creation of artificial supply, or the conjuring of false demand. This is achieved in many ways by global bankers, but primarily through domination of the issuance of currency, the ability to change interest rates at will, as well as the ability to inject or remove incredible sums of money from any market.

    A perfect example is the suppression of silver prices by JP Morgan:


    Gold and silver represent competing currencies to the fiat dollars created by the Federal Reserve, and suppressing the value of these commodities helps to ensure that the public will never see them as a viable alternative to paper assets. JP Morgan, who along with other international banks has the ability to throw around massive quantities of capital wherever they please, suppresses the value of physical silver by issuing paper securities for silver that doesn’t actually exist (creating an artificially high supply), and naked short selling silver markets to drive them lower (creating the false impression of low demand).

    Another good example of economic manipulation is the private Federal Reserve’s strategy during the 90’s under Alan Greenspan to artificially lower interest rates, allowing banks to issue credit at historical levels for over a decade. Linked below is an article from Ron Paul’s ‘Texas Straight Talk’ dated March, 2007, before the housing market even began its full swan-dive. In it, he discusses the Federal Reserve’s direct role in the creation of the housing bubble:


    Men like Ron Paul, Peter Schiff, Gerald Celente, Jim Rogers, and many others were able to predict long before hand that the Federal Reserve’s actions were creating an explosive mortgage and credit bubble, yet, we are supposed to believe that the Federal Reserve had “no idea” that their actions would result in a debt implosion?

    Catherine Austin Fitts, former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Commissioner of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under the first Bush Administration stated conversely that the mortgage bubble was absolutely not an accident, and that she had witnessed outright and deliberate fraud on the part of the U.S. government and the Federal Reserve Bank in creating the bubble. The fact that disturbed her most, however, was her discovery that only a small handful of international banks were responsible for the perpetuation of toxic mortgage debt, not just in America, but around the world:


    Goldman Sachs (one of the primary globalist banks involved in the igniting of the debt crisis) was caught red-handed selling toxic derivatives to investors and governments all over the planet while at the same time betting against those derivatives on the market. Goldman even bet against mortgage securities the bank itself created!


    This is sort of similar to a car maker selling vehicles without brake lines, then placing bets that their clients will crash and burn. Essentially, it is blatant and sociopathic fraud! Goldman’s actions directly contributed to credit collapses in numerous countries, including Greece, and here in the U.S.

    The idea that global banks can turn the economy on and off like a light switch may be a stretch, but the vast majority of evidence shows that they do have the ability to shift the direction of markets to a point, as well as the ability to spur the growth of bubbles that eventually lead to recessions, depressions, and beyond. In fact, if one examines the U.S. economy from the inception of the Federal Reserve in 1913, they would find that the past century has been nothing but a series of engineered equity bubbles designed to slowly hobble, but not completely cripple, our financial system and our currency, at least, until recently. Like a steam locomotive on a collision course with a bottomless canyon, globalist banks can slow or speed up the pace of our descent, but the final destination never changes.

    Now that we have established that market collapses can be created by a small handful of bankers and done knowingly, lets move on to the next most common sheeple-like talking point.

    2. Yes, international banks triggered the meltdown, but the “greed of Capitalism” is truly to blame (i.e. Its all the Republican Party’s fault)…

    First off, if you’re parroting the fiscal debate points of two dimensional socialist gatekeepers like Michael Moore, then you’re already hopelessly lost in the mind warping hedge maze of the false left/right paradigm. You should stay as far away as possible from adult conversions on economics, especially if you plan on associating the “greed” of capitalism and corporatism with the Republican Party alone.

    News Flash! Barack Obama received far more in corporate campaign donations (including donations from BP and Exxon) than McCain did. Both Bush Jr. and Obama increased government spending to record levels meaning Neo-Conservatives are in no way “conservative” (as a true Republican is supposed to be). Obama has consistently surrounded himself with banksters and corporate lobbyists, including various hobgoblins from the bowels of Goldman Sachs. BOTH major parties are owned and operated by global banks. This is a cold hard undeniable truth of our political system. There is no way around it. Learn it, accept it as reality, and stop trying to blame one side or the other for problems that both sides created! If you cannot do this, your view of our cultural state of affairs will always be horribly skewed and your insights on our social problems will be utterly worthless.

    While wannabe socialists desperately clamor to point fingers at the free market ideology as the cause of all our ills, the fact is that none of us have ever lived in a truly free market system. Since the inception of the Federal Reserve in 1913, all markets and even our own currency have become more and more vulnerable to manipulation by the banking elite. We have lived our entire lives in a rigged market, not a free market. To blame the very concept of Capitalism for our current dire circumstances is not only naïve, it is dangerous. Globalists would like nothing better than to promote the illusion that “too much freedom” led us to this disaster, and that severe controls must be put into place to ensure that it “never happens again”.

    3. Global banks would never engineer the collapse of the U.S. economy or the Dollar. It makes them too much money…

    This often heard song and dance ties in with the number two comment above. Again, the assumption is that the globalists only do what they do out of an “uncontrollable greed for money”. This perpetuates a couple fallacies. First, it encourages the false belief that the end concern for the Elite is the accumulation of riches. Central bankers have the ability to PRINT all the money they want from thin air! Remember, the Federal Reserve has never been subjected to a full audit, meaning they could easily create billions if not trillions without any oversight whatsoever. Greed for money, to them, is surely an absurd notion. What they do want, more than anything else, is social power. They want control over every living human being without question. All other concerns are secondary.

    The next fallacy underlying the above argument is the conjecture that the U.S. economy is somehow indispensable to global banks. This is simply not so. Where we see the economy as an extension of our culture and ourselves, the Elites see financial systems as mere tools in the pursuit of a greater goal: World Government. Imagine you are building a house. Once your saw has fulfilled its intended role of cutting the wood, do you cling to it, or do you throw it aside and pick up a hammer? This is how globalists look at financial systems. They are perfectly willing to cast off the U.S. economy like a snake shedding skin if it brings them closer to attaining their ultimate aim.

    The same goes for the Dollar. The Greenback may be the premier world reserve currency now, but that can and likely will change very quickly over the next couple years. The Dollar is a device that has outlived its usefulness as far as global bankers are concerned. The IMF has on several occasions made it clear that they eventually intend for the SDR (Special Drawing Rights) to replace the Dollar as the world reserve currency, and they have openly admitted that it will one day be established as a global currency. IMF press releases make this development sound far off and away, but SDR accumulations by countries around the world have risen dramatically in the past year. This along with other factors we will cover (namely China’s preparations to dump their U.S. T-bond holdings) show that IMF actions indicate they are preparing for a collapse of the Dollar now!

    4. China would never dump U.S. Treasuries because it would hurt them as much as it hurts us…

    The theory that China is somehow fused to the U.S. in a kind of symbiotic seesaw relationship that can never be broken is so ingrained among mainstream American financial analysts it simply will not die, regardless of how much contradictory evidence you show them. It really is like a mental disease which causes MSM pundits to go into involuntary Tourettic convulsions every time you mention the words “Treasury bond dump”. America and China are not conjoined twins, and one can survive without the other. We have covered the China issue over and over again, and I will not rehash all that evidence here. To lay it out simply: China has re-engineered its economy towards consumption and importation rather than relying on exports. The IMF has talked about this on many occasions with apparent excitement:


    China has also finalized the ASEAN trading bloc which has combined export markets at least equal to that of the U.S. Meaning, China already has another place to send its exports besides America.

    Most importantly, China must increase their currency’s value if their new consumer based system is to survive. Allowing the Yuan to rise sharply in value will revitalize the buying power of the Chinese populace making greater consumption possible. Indeed, China MUST dump their Treasury holdings and pump up the Yuan if they are to hold their economy together. And, the Federal Reserve has given China every reason to turn its back on Treasuries through never ending liquidity injections. This is not to say that a U.S. collapse will not affect them, it would negatively affect the entire world. However, China has positioned itself to survive, and perhaps even thrive with their economic expansions into Africa, and their new financial agreements with Germany.

    Finally, the Chinese have been very forthcoming over the past week about plans to drop Treasuries. China has dumped over 7.7% of their U.S. T-Bond holdings since January, including the biggest T-bond dump on record this month. They have openly admitted to a plan to diversify away from the Dollar:


    I’m always fascinated by those economists who vehemently deny China will ever turn away from the U.S. Dollar while they are doing so right in plain view. Are MSM analysts simply crazy? I don’t know, but it would explain a lot…

    5. Sure, bankers took advantage, but it’s really the American people’s fault for getting suckered…

    Yes, a sizable portion of the American public can be gut wrenchingly stupid. It hurts my head and my feelings to see people act so idiotic, it really does. The problem with this argument though is that when it is taken too far it becomes an attempt to divert blame away from the criminals and place it on the victims. If you knowingly leave your front door unlocked in a bad neighborhood and you find your home ransacked the next day, then you are partly responsible. But, we cannot forget that the neighborhood is “bad” in the first place because of the criminals, not the people who don’t lock their doors.

    Just because global banks can sucker the public doesn’t mean they should, or that they cannot be judged for it. The crime ultimately rests on those men who made the conscious effort to destroy this country, and the blame rests with them as well. I see the attempt to parlay the economic collapse into the lap of the American people very often lately, especially from bankers who now claim that it’s the American public’s fault entirely. Why? Because they will not spend more, they will not take on more debt, they will not take on more risk, and they will not believe hard enough in the recovery that never was. Imagine a serial rapist behind a podium admonishing women for carrying pepper spray. It’s eerily similar…

    6. Ok, maybe the banks are causing a collapse, but to say the government is helping them is just crazy conspiracy theory…

    Why is it that the Federal Reserve has never been fully audited? Why is it that when Ron Paul tried to pass HR 1207 Federal Reserve Transparency Bill, it was muddled in committees and then eventually derailed? Why is it that banks like Goldman Sachs have been caught, yes caught, setting the stage for an economic implosion in this country, yet no government indictments have been formed to criminally prosecute them? Why are these men still roaming free like locusts to continue pillaging at will? Are we supposed to feel lucky that we get table scraps like Bernie Madoff behind bars while the Federal Reserve commits Ponzi fraud on a scale that dwarfs his?

    Our government, both major parties, is owned lock stock and barrel. This is why there are no satisfactory answers for the questions posed above. Elements of the U.S. Government including almost every president since 1912 have not only turned a blind eye to Globalist activities, they have offered their full support to the bankers.

    Nixon removed the Dollar from the gold standard in 1971 giving the Fed free reign to print as much fiat as they wished without limitations. In 1980 the Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act was passed placing all banks essentially under the rules of the Federal Reserve. The Glass-Steagall Act which kept investment banks and depository banks separate was repealed under a Republican majority in the Senate, and then finalized by Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1999. 30 years ago, banks that held your home mortgage were for the most part required to keep that mortgage until it was finally paid. But, a series of government decisions spanning that period and influenced by global banks allowed for the “securitization” of mortgages, leading to the creation of “derivatives”, which were then used by corporate mobsters like Goldman Sachs to destroy our financial system. Last, but certainly not least, both the Bush and Obama Administrations pressured Congress into passing highly unpopular bailout legislation which basically rewarded the same banks that created the credit crisis with trillions in taxpayer dollars (yes, the bailouts are now actually in the trillions, not billions). This led to the coining of the term “too big to fail” (or “too big to jail”). Our Government has been nothing but complicit in the banker takeover of this country. To debate otherwise is to invite embarrassment.

    I haven’t even scratched the surface of government involvement in the collapse of our economy. Cases like the Savings and Loan crisis of the 1980’s led to serious prosecutions and jail time for more than 1100 criminal bankers, but this only caused the government to respond by changing investigation rules to make it even more difficult to catch the high level fraudsters in the act! Linked below is an interview between Max Keiser and bank regulator Prof. William K Black who outlines our government’s complicity in the breakdown of the country it is mandated to protect:


    Elites destroy cultures to make way for new philosophies; their philosophies. Its not so much “conspiracy theory” as it is a widely admitted methodology. Corporate globalists believe in global government on their terms and they barely try to hide it. If someone thinks this sounds “fantastical” then they haven’t been paying the slightest attention. When one understands how Elites view economy, and realizes their primary motivations, the fact that they purposely triggered a collapse is perfectly logical. Nothing besides all out war inspires more fear and desperation in a society than a financial upheaval. Such elements on a mass scale allow changes in our collective psychology that were never possible before. Most people tend to falter under such an overwhelming threat and turn towards any authority (or fake authority) to save them from harm. Some people scoff at this idea, but it is likely they have never actually been in the wake of a real national catastrophe before. Men, especially those who know little of themselves, can change quickly in the face of calamity. The Elites recognize this, engineer tragedy, then waltz into the aftermath to merrily lord over the rubble.

    Will their plan work? I think not, but I’m an optimist (no, really). The pursuit of total control and total power seems rather infantile to me, be it on an impressively psychotic level. Although, if we are made to forget who the real enemy is, then I think they do have a chance at success. That is how they have remained successful to this point. Only now does the average man have such immense knowledge at his fingertips, the knowledge to bring down a line despots and tyrants that have reigned for centuries. If only the average man was not so easily deterred by WMD’s (Weapons of Mass Distraction). The Elites will likely ignite some wars, tempt us into in-fighting, and fabricate enemies like Al Qaeda out of the ether. As the slogan goes, “Order Out Of Chaos”. Whatever happens, our eyes must remain fixed on the root of the problem; the bankers, and nothing else.

    Globalists are not invincible, they are not untouchable, they are not even all that brilliant. They are human, and they have made many mistakes. The engineering of an economic meltdown really changes nothing. Hired thugs, useful idiots, corrupt officials, even hyperinflation, all tiny obstacles when considering the world we could have if the Elites were finally made to face the reckoning they deserve. Americans once took on the greatest empire on Earth. We once took a feared king to task. Are a bunch of frothing corporate bankers really so daunting? All that is needed is a principled movement with the will to see justice done, and I believe we have that already.

    ~ApotheosisNow888——————– Thunder

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  4. #4 BlueCube
    November 10, 2010 pm30 12:50 pm

    Very nice article; can’t wait ’til we’re actually living this way.

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  5. #5 Nicholas Grachanin
    November 11, 2010 pm30 2:58 am

    Laura I can certainly relate to that also. When everyone says to stock up on everything I looked in my wallet and laughed as I thought the same thing, with what. I had a moment of fear also and shook it off since we have been through the last five years never knowing when, where, or how it comes so I thought the same thing it will come when we need it no matter what.

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  6. #6 Nicholas Grachanin
    November 11, 2010 pm30 3:01 am

    Yes at times I daydream of that kind of life we always have wanted. In is good to know that we are taken care of but won’t it be great to live in a world where everyone gives and there is no competition but just love. It just can’t come soon enough.

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  7. #7 Stick
    November 11, 2010 pm30 4:17 am

    Nicholas#5: Suggesting you haven’t saved Money (including your 5-acre estate, cars, airplane etc.-all forms of currency) isn’t very honest is it? Out of curiosity, how much cash did you earn for ‘free’ last month Nick? Remember you describe your lifestyle as follows: “I have the usual bills that most people have; electric, phone, gas, Internet, property taxes, gasoline, food, and family things, boating, skiing, traveling, and all of that.” So again, it doesn’t seem authentic when you write “When everyone says to stock up on everything I looked in my wallet and laughed as I thought the same thing, with what.” Do you see the basic contradictions in your own words? Or are you just lying to yourself to seem more… humble?

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  8. #8 spedman
    November 11, 2010 pm30 9:51 am

    i agree with stick 100%. sorry if that offends you but the things you talk about seem to only apply to people who have tons of cash lying around to live off of. maybe you should post on fortune 500 websites to reach the people who can do what your talking about. in the real world “most” of the people don’t have property taxes cause they don’t own any land or boats. you remind me of my old bossman when he said he was broke. he said he only had a couple hundred dollars in his wallet at the time. i looked at him and said dude there’s different levels of broke when i say i’m broke it means i have absolutely nothing in my wallet much less anything in a bank account . hell i cant even afford to have a bank account. i know you mean well with putting your thoughts out there but like i said your at the wrong site for that. everyone here already knows what its like to do without.

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  9. #9 Nicholas Grachanin
    November 11, 2010 pm30 2:45 pm

    Give and it will be given, good measure pressed down running over will men give into your bosom………I am not aware of anyone that can change or manipulate a universal law. We all live under it good or bad. The intellect does fight this and has a very hard time accepting anything above the commercial programing by the dark. Everyone has to choose if this law is true or not and then choose to live by it or not. End of story now choose…….
    Nicholas Grachanin

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  10. #10 spedman
    November 11, 2010 pm30 3:05 pm

    i edited this after i re read it. what i said was judgmental and not like me so sorry if you read what i had said. my opinion means nuthing

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  11. #11 Stick
    November 11, 2010 pm30 7:36 pm

    Nicholas: Your unwillingness to respond to fair questions about your philosophy says a great deal about the lack of confidence you have in your ‘work.’ You write “I was also a very committed evangelical Christian that preached the gospel around the world while building my business- around 2000 I came out of my coma…” Quite admirable Sir, but why do you continue to use the same Evangelical tactics. You remember the game, right Nick? When people ‘buy’ the pitch, lay on the positive reinforcement and let them know they have been ‘saved.’ But ‘God’ forbid someone disagree or have questions. At that point either ignore them altogether, or quote some convoluted biblical passage (#9) in an attempt to coral them with the rest of the sheeple. Is it possible you are still clinging to some of the ‘Evangelical’ celebrity status you must have achieved while preaching around the world? Believe it or not dialogue is a good thing. Or is the deeper truth that you just came to this site to preach. -Anyway, I’ll repeat the basic questions I have:

    Why did you write “When everyone says to stock up on everything I looked in my wallet and laughed as I thought the same thing, with what” when this simply doesn’t come close to reflecting your reality? Why are you pretending you haven’t saved a great deal of money/currency? Are you afraid giving a ballpark estimate of your monthly expenses will detract from your message?


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