- My personal story is a long and unusual one. I have been gathering knowledge, experience and wisdom from many different sources throughout my life. And now the time has come to share all I know with you, and with all those who wish to be able to confidently face a future which will be very different from our past. Keep Reading...
Tweet Old-fashioned wars used to be against other countries, usually triggered by a border conflict or a dispute over the ownership of some rich asset, sometimes even over a perceived insult. Occasionally, they would break out between different parts or factions of the same country, then called civil wars. Today, most wars seem to be … Continue reading
Tweet In my previous blogpost I discussed “the New World Order”, now high up on the international agenda, while Communism and Capitalism as concepts are being phased out. Communism and socialism as such are typically Aquarian ideas, based on the concepts of equal rights, solidarity, and cooperation. These are totally new ideas in the history … Continue reading
Tweet I promised you an analysis of the changes in our society that are being triggered by the Paradigm Shift. In this blogpost I dive right into it, after last blogpost´s introductory background that I hope was helpful. We´re being told that Communism is a failed experiment, now belonging to the past. Some say the … Continue reading
Tweet WELCOME BACK TO MY BLOG! – It´s been a while since I was last heard from, but at least there should have been enough old postings here to love or hate for those who just discovered my blog, and even those of my followers who did not get onboard from the beginning, two years … Continue reading
Tweet Dear Blogreader, We are four months into the emblematic year 2012. Let’s look back to the build-up during 2011 and recall the following events and trends: The Arab Spring revolutions spreading from Tunisia to Egypt, from Libya to Syria, and from Bahrain to Yemen; The Spanish INDIGNADOS movement that spread to other countries in … Continue reading
Tweet In my previous blog a week ago, I wrote about the rape of developing countries via generous loans with strings attached that turn into traps to divest them of their national assets. This financial colonialism is a well known historical fact. But it seems the turn has now come to the developed countries. During … Continue reading