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Dire Prophetic Warning

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by kathy k, Nov 23, 2013.

  1. Timothius722

    Timothius722 Archangels

    Global currency reset...this is very interesting. If it is true and it does happen...this is basically what it means to us plan ole Joe's. A 30% devaluation would mean...If you have a 10.00$ bill...after the reset...it will only buy 7.00$ worth of goods or services. So suddenly...a 10.00$ meal would suddenly cost 13.00$. The kicker will be that our wages will stay the same. So somebody on a 1000$ a month budget will suddenly find that it takes 1300$ to maintain the same level of subsistence. This will crush those on fixed incomes especially the elderly. It will wipe out the majority of the middleclass. God forbid if the reset is higher... like 50%...we will become a third world nation.

    How to protect yourself. If the reset is true...this is what one must do.
    1) Expect social unrest...so be sure and have a ample supply of food, water, fuel, medicine, liquor, guns / ammo and cash on hand.( Don't forget your Bible and Rosary)
    2) Convert a portion of you cash into gold/silver to offset the 30% loss of value of your paper money. If your money loses 30% of its value it stands to reason gold/silver should rise 30% because it is priced in dollars.
    3) If you don't want to buy gold/silver...you can purchase other hard assets...new tires/battery for car or replace an old appliance that needs replaced/ new roof/ heat and air system...after a reset everything will be 30% more that's if you can still get it.
    4) Pray
    5) If your poor like me...trust in the Lord and pray some more.
  2. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    I am in category 5 too :)
  3. Peter B

    Peter B Powers

    New information on this emerging during the last couple of days, centred around IMF head Christine Lagarde, who seems to be the reset's principal advocate. On Jan 20, Pastor Lindsey Williams passed on the latest from his insider contact:

    “There are some strange things happening in the financial world in the past few weeks. I have been hesitant to risk my reputation on what I know. Christine Lagarde, IMF personally came to the U.S. a few days ago. A gentleman who was in the meeting she had with some of the most powerful people in America, he said she was very angry and vowed to close some banks down if they did not cooperate immediately [read: with the GCR.] We are in the midst of a big power struggle. People that I know in the financial world are extremely concerned because they expect “that one of the numerous things could happen any time”.”
    (comment thread is interesting...)

    On January 15, Mme Lagarde gave a presentation in Washington DC to the National Press Club. In the Q&A session she basically confirmed that IMF models foresee a new alignment of currencies rather than a 'currency war' (i.e. competitive devaluations), and that the US dollar will no longer be the world's sole reserve currency. She said this in a non-dramatic, matter-of-fact way, but if you think about it, the implications are HUGE (the US is automatically insolvent if the dollar loses reserve currency status, as it has only been able to manage its mountainous national debt by creating dollars out of thin air and forcing the world to accept them).

    However, this wasn't the most disturbing thing about the IMF Managing Director's presentation. What blew me away was the first five minutes. These were basically devoted to numerological speculation about the year 2014 and its relation to the number 7 (she mentioned its significance in the world's religions). Interestingly, this part didn't make into the official IMF transcript at
    http://www.imf.org/external/np/speeches/2014/011514.htm : read into that discrepancy whatever you like.

    The reason this gives me the creeps is that this is precisely the kind of esoteric speculation beloved by New Agers who since July 2013 have been touting a coming Global Currency Reset as the gateway to their counterfeit millenium of peace, love and higher evolutionary consciousness.

    See for example the following New Age website entry dated August 4, 2013
    In this post, before going on to give some technical economic information which must be considered credible in the light of what has subsequently been relayed to Pastor Williams, a well-informed source named 'ZAP' says the following about the elite's love affair with numerology:


    Listen to the first five minutes of Christine Lagarde’s Jan 15 speech (complete with reference to the New LUNAR Year) and the resemblence to the above paragraphs is so striking as to border on the creepy.
    (starts around the 6 minute mark)

    I don't want to indulge in unwarranted speculation here about Mme Lagarde as an individual. Caution is certainly necessary with respect to the many Illuminati-hunting websites out there (many of which operate on very little other than unsubstantiated rumours). But at the same time, it is crystal-clear that she took the initiative in beginning a high-profile speech this way ... this is not a case of the conspiracy theorists putting words into her mouth. And I for one find the head of the IMF's recourse to this kind of New Age/Kabbalistic/Masonic language worrying in the extreme.

    Watch and pray!!!
  4. Whoa Peter! Good insight! My husband was just talking about money we will have when he retires....I said, "Call me nuts, but I don't THINK SO...."
  5. Timothius722

    Timothius722 Archangels

    Thanks Peter B for the update...please keep us updated. The Masonic/Satanic forces are working furiously because they know the time is short. I had been in fog the last couple of years concerning how this crisis was going to turn out. Many things did not add up...did not make sense. Now it is starting to collate. We operate in the light...whilst the Masonic/Satanic forces keep guarded/secretive information in there dark room/house to the exclusion of Gods people. They think they are clever and can have the whole world to themselves...but then again...they do not know our Blessed Mother. I think God is giving them just enough rope to hang themselves. The USA will see very difficult days ahead. Neighbor murdering neighbor. The raping of women and children. A father of seven goes out to get water or food for the family and is shot dead by a neighbor who wants the same food or water. Racial conflict as never seen before. People just do not comprehend the evil about to be unleashed. I pray it does not come to this but if we do not convert, if we do not have a change of heart...we could very well see this scenario played out in our lifetime.
  6. Indy

    Indy Praying

    The whole way Lagarde took over the IMF at a time of crisis and the way the previous fella Strauss Kahn was shamed and kicked out just smells bad. When I think of her I see a proud grin in the face of terrible times for many countries suffering at their hands.

    All this does not surprise me. I don't know what I am going to use to buy gold with though, I think I might have to make a few Bridgets crosses and hope they have a post reset value..
  7. Indy

    Indy Praying

    PeterB, this may be a little self centered question but what would this mean for the Euro if these events happened. Would it also mean hyper-inflation?
  8. Peter B

    Peter B Powers

    That's a very difficult question even to attempt to answer, as there are so many variables involved; it has to be remembered that the potential consequences of a Global Currency Reset cannot be assessed in isolation from broader socio-economic and political factors. Mere number-crunching isn't enough.

    Opinion regarding the future of the European economies seems to be divided. Some commentators appear relatively bullish about the Euro in the short-term (probably because the majority of attention has focused on the likely fall of the dollar), but others such as Matterhorn Assets Management's Egon von Greyerz are far less optimistic. Greyerz, whom I find one of the sanest analysts around, argues that the Euro, Pound and Yen will all ultimately go the same way as the USD because what is currently unravelling is the whole fiat currency system with which we have been experimenting since the demise of Bretton Woods in 1971.

    This IMHO is the voice of realism that not only seems prudent economically but ties in with the prophetic perspective of Biblical ethics. What is happening is not mere some value-free tweaking of the monetary technicals in order to obtain a more efficient system. What is going on is the collapse of what has been built on a foundation of greed and exploitation; what seems crucial is to approach this as a moment of purification//redemptive judgement.

    A host of prophetic sources - Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox - could be quoted about this who all basically speak with one voice in critiquing the economic system as a major factor in the current malaise of Western society. To take just one example, look at the message given to our friend Verne Dagenais/Cletus Schefers on Feb 25, 2012 over at www.godspeakswillyoulisten.org which puts it with crystal clarity:

    'I will not continue to bless those nations whose leaders make economic alliances which promote greed, usury, and the formation of a single international banking system based on the principles of communism and freemasonry.

    In the book of Genesis, mankind rejected God Almighty and tried to build a tower to reach heaven. But mankind was scattered and the tower of Babel was not finished. Today, mankind is once again attempting to rebuild the tower of Babel. You are worshiping the false gods of greed and money, instead of your creator. On September 11, 2001 the symbols of your greed collapsed, but repentance was not done. Mankind continues to persist in his evil ways. The sins of abortion, usury, sodomy, fornication, adultery, war, and the other sins of the flesh cry out to heaven for my justice to befall mankind. I am will shake the heavens and the earth to warn mankind again. You will cry to the rocks and the mountains to cover you. But you will not be able to hide from the revelation of my son Jesus and the sins each of you has committed. This will be the greatest act of mercy to this sinful generation.'
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  9. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

  10. Peter B

    Peter B Powers

    Not to some of us... It has been known for some while now to those who follow specialist financial websites that Deutsche Bank is in serious trouble. Already in 2012 commentators were pointing out that DB was 'almost 50% more leveraged than Lehman was when it failed'. In addition, just last week Deutsche Bank announced its decision to leave the group of banks responsible for setting the trading price of gold (the 'London PM gold fix') because of allegations of price manipulation by the German regulators BaFin. Have looked at a lot of the evidence of the precious metal manipulation provided by the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (www.gata.org) and particularly London whistleblower Andrew Maguire, I find the case absolutely compelling that this manipulation has been MASSIVE and that this is one of the reasons why the London Bullion Market Association is on the point of imminent collapse, which will have big implications for the Too Big to Jail banks.

    Trying to assess where Germany as a country stands in all of this is one of the trickiest questions right now which seems to have the analysts divided. On one hand it seems to be a sign of health that the German regulators BaFin have taken swift action against banking malpractice rather than simply appeasing the banks (which is what appears to have happened in the US despite the three-year CFTC inquiry into similar manipulation). Some have gone as far as to predict that Germany will become, with China and Russia, one of the main motors of the world economy in the future.

    On the other hand, if an institution of the size and prestige of Deutsche Bank goes down the tubes, the ramifications for the financial institutions of the Eurozone are obviously substantial, not to speak of the crisis in public confidence that this is bound to trigger.

    Keeping my ear to the ground of what is being said prophetically about the world economy (mainly to Pentecostals, but so what - I don't believe that God waits for people to have 'correct' theology before using them as his mouthpieces, as these aren't prophetic words about doctrine), I note the same ambiguity with regard to Germany. Here are some words of Terry Bennett - with whom this thread started - stemming from an alleged angelic encounter in 2011; for your discernment, of course, but in the light of what we're seeing with Deutsche Bank, if this is just coming from TB's imagination it is pretty inspired guesswork... 'Wrongdoing' and 'bad investments' indeed.

    'The angel then pointed his finger to Germany and said that the German economy will stumble and that there would be exposure of wrongdoings at some high levels, such as banking, economists, and even government leaders. The angel also spoke of bad investments, like with Greece, that would be a factor in this stumbling.
    Australian minister Neville Johnson (who interestingly recently prophesied a coming Catholic-Pentecostal convergence) is another to have allegedly received prophetic words regarding a German (and Japanese) collapse being a trigger to more widespread troubles:

    'I saw another devastating economic collapse. Although the order and timing was not clear, I saw that Germany and Japan were some of the triggers in this. I saw an earthquake devastating Tokyo which was also a trigger as the Tokyo stock market closed indefinitely. The USA was seriously affected by this. It was revealed to me that none of the banking safeguards which were recommended after the last economic meltdown in the USA had been put in place. This economic collapse will be far more severe than the last one.’ (October 2013)

    However, Neville Johnson's words about Germany (2011) also contain a prediction that it will - like the US, Canada and the UK, be a country which will resist the imposition of a world monetary system:

    On the 12th of December I saw in a very clear vision the construction of a large retaining wall. It was made of concrete and reinforced steel. It was dug in very deep, but when I looked closer, it was built on sand and to make it worse, the sand was quicksand. Then I heard the Lord say, “The European efforts to prop up the declining Euro Currency will not hold. I will allow this to happen in order to open the way for a new world monetary system commencing in Europe, however Germany, the USA, Canada, the UK will resist these reforms”. I was aware that there would be other nations that would resist these reforms but these nations were not identified. The Lord went on to say, “I am separating the Goat and Sheep Nations”

    Naturally this all needs to be read with a large dose of caution; apart from obvious questions of the recipients' credibility, the situation is morphing so rapidly that events referred to in older prophecies may have been delayed or prayed away or are else no longer on the horizon because the 'opposing team' (which does not know the future and is therefore improvising) has changed its plans. I am nonetheless convinced that this material does at least have to be looked at prayerfully on the grounds that it might be of God. And you cannot discern what you haven't read.
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  11. miker

    miker Powers

    I admit that all of this has me at a loss- it is confusing and at same time I sit back and feel there is really not much I can do. Sort of like a sheep. And then I read this below and am flabbergasted. So much wealth an power tied up in so few. I just see no man-made solution to this and clearly this can truly only be corrected through divine intervention.

  12. Peter B

    Peter B Powers

    Exactly. This brings us back to the very nature of faith, expressed in Hebrews 11, as being based on things not seen. Our illusion that there can be a human solution is one of the things that has to go. God will act. His victory is assured not because it can be extrapolated from things as they are (that was the mistake of nineteenth-century Liberal theology, which thought that human effort would usher in the Kingdom), but because it was won by Christ on Calvary and on Easter morning. The glorious future of God is something we know by revelation, not by observation of a world situation that looks hopeless. Whatever the timeline may be - and who knows, this may unfortunately take longer than we all think - there is doubtless much pain ahead for the world, but it is the pain of childbirth ...

    'When these things begin to take place, stand up and lift up your heads, because your redemption is drawing near.' (Luke 21:28)

    'We know that the whole creation has been groaning asin the pains of childbirth right up to the present time. Not only so, but we ourselves, who have the firstfruits of the Spirit, groan inwardly as we wait eagerly for our adoption as sons, the redemption of our bodies. For in this hope we were saved. But hope that is seen is no hope at all. Who hopes for what he already has? But if we hope for what we do not have, we wait for it patiently.' (Romans 8:22-25)
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  13. picadillo

    picadillo Powers

    Mark Mallett wrote a great piece corresponding to this theme about "old structures collapsing" yesterday. It puts it all in perspective concerning the times we are living.
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  14. miker

    miker Powers

    Thanks Peter. It is thoughts and reminders from the Word Of God like you have shown that keep me at this wonderful site. Yes, there will be very difficult days ahead- I worry for my kids both physically but even more so spiritually. Prayer, prayer, prayer- it's the only way. God bless.
  15. Peter B

    Peter B Powers


    If anyone needed confirmation as to what's in the pipeline, we had more from the IMF's Christine Lagarde yesterday during a panel discussion (with participants including the ECB's Mario Draghi, the governor of the Bank of Japan and German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble) at the Davos World Economic Forum. Mme Lagarde said straight out that we need a 'Reset' of financial structures in all corners of the world. The word 'reset' not only went out live on the internet but also via the official Davos Twitter feed. I'm not sure how much more direct this can get other than an announcement of the actual revalued rates of the currencies involved.

    If the information given to Pastor Lindsey Wiliams in the past regarding the global elite's thinking is correct, it is apparently part of their code of ethics that any major move they make has to be cabled in some way (albeit coded) to the public. One of the obvious reasons for this is a desire for self-protection: if people are subsequently surprised at the turn of events, the movers and shakers can then legitimately (well, to a certain extent) say 'we did tell you this would happen'...
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  16. Peter B

    Peter B Powers

    i) Latest from www.lindseywilliams.net confirming what has been said above regarding the plans of the IMF and its Managing Director Christine Lagarde:
    ii) Banking insider information related to JP Morgan:
    Source: http://silveristhenew.com/2014/01/2...beans-on-impending-financial-market-collapse/
    'I work as a stock broker for Piper Jaffray located in Los Angeles. What happened yesterday left me absolutely stunned in disbelief. I manage the portfolios for more than half of our richest clients and my boss called me into his office and told me to cash them all out immediately. My obvious thought was that there was going to be a crash but it was strange that he was so adamant about cashing them out. He clearly knew something so I asked him what was up.

    He spilled the beans and said look, we are going into a currency crisis. Major banks are going to default in the next 3 weeks. The stock markets are going to go in a violent downward trend not only here but all around the world. The currencies of the world are going to move in every direction and there’s no predicting which ones will still be standing after this is all over. It will spill into the bond markets here and it will be interesting to see what the fed will do. He warned whatever the fed did it was not going to help and not solve any problem.

    When I asked who told him this. My boss said he talked to a buddy of his who happens to be an executive in JP Morgan. I asked what triggers it and he said the Chinese trust default is going to cause a domino effect which will spill into every market and every currency in the world. He also said this coming week from the 27th to the 31st will have volatile trading and that this collapse is imminent within the next 3 weeks.

    I am dumping all my stocks and bonds but the problem is holding dollars is not a safe haven as well. I’m in the process of putting my dollars in precious metals, property, Swiss francs, Vietnamese Dong, Nigerian Naira, Russian Ruble, and Mexican Pesos. Why not Yuan? It’s not safe at all, they are dependent on the consumerism of other nations. Why buy currency of third world countries? They don’t have much industry to be affected. They have more of an agricultural and energy based economy. If anyone has questions please ask, especially if it is advice on what to do with your assets.'

    Time is now evidently getting very short. Watch, pray, and ACT as the Lord directs!
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  17. Indy

    Indy Praying

    Peter I don't fully understand all this currency stuff but I think this article is along the same lines as you are describing.


    It seems China which has colossal debt could be a catalyst.

    Just wondering how bad could this get, are we talking about looting of shops and lawlessness or are talking about peoples investments being devalued.
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  18. Timothius722

    Timothius722 Archangels

    Indy...to chime in a bit if I may. Lets say you have 10 Euro' s in your pocket today and it will buy 3 apples. If the Euro's value (purchasing power) is reset downward by 30%...then that very same 10 Euro's would only buy 2 apples. You have just seen 30% of your purchasing power lost.
    This would be devastating to those who are on a fixed income...and the rest of us as well. Suddenly we are paying 30% more for everything. The bad part is our wages would stay the same.
    So if you have money in the bank or in an investment...expect a 30% loss also.
    Will people be mad/angry...yes. This is why social upheaval may occur.
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  19. Indy

    Indy Praying

    Thanks for that, so then is investment in metals before a reset usually a safe bet, say Gold, which is already extremely expensive?
  20. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    Seems to be a perfect storm brewing economically, politically and socially. Should things deteriorate economically expect war. And soon we would have the conditions fof the warning as firetold at Garabandal.
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