Archivo para julio, 2011

21-7-2011 Uranus Era !

Posted in Uncategorized on julio 22, 2011 by Ajmaknic

Since March 20, 2011 we are living in the Aquarius-Leo Era.
We can say that the Sun and URANUS are now the leaders of our planet.
Hence , we can only expect … the unexpected.
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We are currently experiencing this transformational and unprecedented shift together. This journey transcends that which is linear in scope. We are experiencing quantum change at every level, simultaneously: mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

In addition, our socio-political and economic reality is also in dramatic flux. Humanity is facing its greatest challenge – to integrate and then anchor the incoming higher cosmic frequencies.

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20-7-2011 Aquella mañana …

Posted in Uncategorized on julio 22, 2011 by Ajmaknic

UNA PALOMA, UNA MAÑANA

Cuando aquella mañana vi la paloma

de repente comprendí cuan cerca estaba

la mañana prometida, la esperada,

la única entre todas las mañanas.

Y decidí esperar hasta que viera el sol

que en aquel momento se nublaba,

pues el día se mostraba gris

y llovía, sí, llovía esa mañana.

Pero algo en la paloma me decía sí,

sí, contra toda la apariencia

de las nubes y la lluvia amenazante.

Y miré con fe por la ventana

hasta que vi el Sol, cual cruz radiante.

Y ví como lentamente giraba.

Fernando M. Fluguerto Martí

18-7-2011 We can only expect … the unexpected.

Posted in Uncategorized on julio 22, 2011 by Ajmaknic


But in the context of a euro crisis that could become a dollar crisis that could become a global monetary crisis, it is time to begin imagining the unimaginable.
It is time to begin imagining that the next phase of the global monetary system might not include the US dollar as its reserve currency…or that the next two decades of life in America might not look anything like the last two decades.

Eric Fry
Laguna Beach, California

(Traducción)


Pero en el contexto de una crisis del Euro , que puede convertirse en una crisis del Dollar , que puede convertirse en una crisis monetaria global, ha llegado el momento de comenzar a imaginar lo inimaginable.
Es el tiempo de comenzar a imaginar que la próxima fase del sistema monetario global no incluirá al Dollar Estadounidense como moneda de referencia y reserva … o que la próxima década de la vida en Estados Unidos no se parecerá en nada a la última década.

17-7-2011 “Los cisnes negros”

Posted in Uncategorized on julio 22, 2011 by Ajmaknic

LOS CISNES NEGROS

INFOBAE – Domingo 17 de julio de 2011

El experto en finanzas Jorge Suárez Vélez, reconocido columnista de la cadena CNN, estuvo en Buenos Aires para exponer sobre las variables fundamentales que condicionan la macroeconomía actual. Esto lleva a reflexionar sobre "cuanto descuenta y donde se encuentra el mercado bursátil en relación a estos cisnes negros".

Suárez Vélez se explayó sobre la aplicación al actual escenario financiero de la idea del “cisne negro” concebida por el un matemático y ensayista libanés Nassim Taleb, sobre "un acontecimiento" inesperado que conllevaría consecuencias "extremas", que escapan a las previsiones de los economistas más avezados.

En la exposición organizada por ICB Argentina en el Hotel Sheraton, el economista mexicano refirió que entre los “cisnes negros del2011” se presentan “un dólar devaluado, un mercado para operar a corto plazo en la divisa y expectativas de cara al futuro que pueden sorprender e impactar” en el contexto geopolítico.

15-7-2011 The Dollar collapse !!!

Posted in Uncategorized on julio 16, 2011 by Ajmaknic
The Greater Depression Is Upon Us
David Galland
David Galland

The phrase "Greater Depression" was coined by Doug Casey a decade or so back, as a way of describing the economic crisis he foresaw as inevitable, and which is now materializing.

Doug Casey now believes that the unfolding crisis is going to be even worse than he first imagined, and the longer the rest of us at Casey Research study the tea leaves, it is hard to disagree that the Greater Depression is still ahead.


Consider:

  • The eurozone is growing increasingly desperate. Watching the heads of Europe dither and debate over further bailouts to the unhappy Greeks and other troubled PIIGS – before ultimately reaching back into the pockets of the equally unhappy citizens in Germany and the decreasing number of still-functioning economies in the eurozone – reminds me of a down-on-his-luck blackjack player. He’s mortgaged his home to play the game but is now down to his last chips. He doesn’t want to risk his remaining resources but has no choice, because to walk away now will mean taking up residence in a cardboard box. And so, reluctantly, he shoves across another pile. As the PIIGS start to default and either leave the eurozone entirely or are shunted off into some sort of sidecar organization, there will be great volatility in the euro and in the European markets.
  • The U.S. debt situation is far worse than anyone in Washington is willing to admit. We keep hearing calls for more, not less debt creation. But if people would stop kidding themselves and tally up all the many demands the U.S. government has against it, the actual debt-to-GDP ratio rises to something on the order of 400% – and even that is likely understating things. The fundamental flaws in the U.S. monetary system – flaws that have given license to the bureaucrats to smash the limousine of state straight into a wall – have required a remaking every 20 to 30 years or so. The problem is that there is pretty much nothing else that can be done to save the status quo at this point, and so the monetary system is likely to collapse. That means big changes ahead, including – or perhaps starting with – a poisonous ratcheting up of interest rates.
  • China’s miracle mirage. While having aspects of a free market, the hard truth is that China is run as a command economy by a cadre of communist holdovers. This is apparent in the cities that have been built for no purpose other than creating jobs and boosting GDP. It is also apparent in the growing inflation in China – the inevitable knock-on of the government’s decision to yank on the levers of money creation harder than any other nation at the onset of the Greater Depression. Meanwhile, signs of social unrest crop up here and there. Though so far they have been swiftly put down, there is no question that the ruling elite has to walk a very fine line. If the Chinese economy stumbles seriously, all bets are off. That we are talking about the world’s second-largest economy means this is not of small consequence.
  • Japan is essentially offline. Reports from friends in Japan – including one who was initially skeptical about the scale of the problems at Fukushima – have now changed in tone by 180 degrees. You can almost feel the growing sense of desperation as the already massively indebted nation begins to slide toward an abyss. There is little standing in the way of the world’s third-largest economy’s slide.
  • The Middle East is in flames. This, too, is far from settled. As usual, the U.S. government has been hopping here and there in an attempt to maintain its influence, but at this point pretty much everything is up for grabs. The odds of the U.S. retaining the same level of influence in the region that it has enjoyed over the last century are slim to none, especially now that even the Saudis are shipping more of their oil to China than to the U.S. Again, big changes are ahead.

I’m convinced that nearly everything about today’s world is going to change over the coming decade… much of it for the worse.

But that doesn’t mean that people – you – can’t come through this in more or less good shape, just as our parents and grandparents made it intact through the last Great Depression. Pay attention and take action, and you’ll do far, far better than most.

Some investment ideas…

First and foremost, protect yourself against the collapse of the U.S. monetary system. It is not as simple as ducking into the nearest coin store and loading up, though that should certainly be one part of your strategy. Between now and the endgame that leads into what we can only hope will be a new money based on something tangible, there will periodically be opportunities to make big moves with your portfolio.

As Doug also likes to say, you should do whatever you want in this world, as long as you are willing to accept the consequences. If you are willing to risk going down with the ship, then do nothing.

Some other investible ideas…

  • Everyday essentials. Energy is the classic essential. Sure, energy use and prices will ebb and flow with the economy, but ultimately everyone uses energy every day, and the people in emerging markets want to use a lot more of it. Carefully thought-out investments in energy, ideally bought on the dips, belong in everyone’s long-term portfolio.
  • Breakthroughs to a brighter future. Throughout modern history, companies that make significant technological advances transcend bad economic times. Do you think that the company that finds a cure for a common variety of cancer will be weighed down, even by a stock market crash? Hardly. In cautious amounts, these sorts of potential breakthrough stocks belong in your portfolio.
  • Investing in the inevitable. A ton of charts and data point to just how unusual and unsustainable today’s low, low U.S. interest rates are. When these sorts of baseline trends eventually change direction, they tend to move in the new direction for years, and even decades. No one can pick the bottom, but anyone who is paying even a little attention can and should be getting positioned to profit from a sea change in U.S. interest rates while they still can.
  • One foot over the border. History has shown that having even one foot over the border can make the difference between losing everything and coming out just fine. Internationalizing your assets is not always easy or convenient, but that doesn’t make it any less urgent that you do so.

The bottom line is that while the scale of the crisis is beginning to become more widely apparent, and reading and thinking about it can become fatiguing for those of us who have been on this story from the beginning, the base case for a Greater Depression is fully intact. We need to gird our loins and continue to take active measures to prepare – with the caveat that even in this base case, there are prudent measures you can take to ensure that not all your eggs are in one basket.

Regards,

David Galland,
for The Daily Reckoning

Joel’s Note: Gold and silver are still the best protection for any portfolio…especially now that China and other countries are getting ready to dump the US dollar. Read more on how dangerous the situation is, and how you can come out ahead –

14 july 2011 – Flabbergasting !

Posted in Uncategorized on julio 16, 2011 by Ajmaknic

One of the Most Inexcusable Vaccine Revelations of All…(This is so sad, so important, please read.)

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http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/07/10/this-shocking-fact-is-never-disclosed-on-any-vaccine-informed-consent-form.aspx?e_cid=20110710_SNL_Art_N One of the Most Inexcusable Vaccine Revelations of All…

Posted By Dr. Mercola | July 10 2011

Former drug company scientist Helen Ratajczak recently created a firestorm of debate from all sides of the vaccine-autism issue when she published her comprehensive review of autism research. This is a massively important study, for more than one reason. One element brought to light that has managed to stay well below the radar is the use of aborted embryonic cells in vaccine production. CBS News recently reported:

“Ratajczak reports that about the same time vaccine makers took most thimerosal out of most vaccines (with the exception of flu shots which still widely contain thimerosal), they began making some vaccines using human tissue.
Ratajczak says human tissue is currently used in 23 vaccines. She discusses the increase in autism incidences corresponding with the introduction of human DNA to MMR vaccine, and suggests the two could be linked.”
Sources:

CBS News March 31, 2011

LifeSiteNews April 23, 2010

J Immunotoxicol Jan-Mar 2011

EWTN

Environ Sci Technol 2010

Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute

National Network for Immunization Information

LifeSiteNews February 7, 2005

Dr. Mercola’s Comments:

Former drug company scientist Helen Ratajczak recently created a firestorm of debate from all sides of the vaccine-autism issue when she published her comprehensive review of autism research. However, her 79-page review contains one detail that could easily go unnoticed—five words that reveal one of the most shocking secrets Big Pharma has ever kept from you.

"…Grown in human fetal tissue." [bolding added]

The line reads (page 70):

"An additional increased spike in incidence of autism occurred in 1995 when the chicken pox vaccine was grown in human fetal tissue." [bolding added]

If you are struggling to recall how you could have missed this important fact when signing your vaccine consent form, it wasn’t your error — because it wasn’t disclosed on any consent form. Most people are unaware that human cell cultures derived from aborted human fetuses have been used extensively in vaccine production for decades. And vaccine makers are happy that most of the public has remained ignorant of this fact, as awareness of it could blow up in their faces.
Setting aside, for the moment, unknown long-term health consequences of DNA contamination and religious beliefs about use of aborted fetal tissues — the ethics of nondisclosure are reprehensible. Drug companies and vaccine policy-makers should not be allowed to decide whether or not to share this information with you. This is information you should have received PRIOR to making a choice about whether or not to vaccinate.
Which Vaccines Might Be Produced Using Aborted Fetal Cell Lines?

Chicken pox vaccine is not the only vaccine manufactured in this way. According to Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute (SCPI), the following 24 vaccines are produced using cells from aborted fetuses and/or contain DNA, proteins, or related cellular debris from cell cultures derived from aborted human fetuses:

[Note: The table below 'collapsed' during translation; the 'shot' on the left; the mfgr on the right.]

Polio

PolioVax

Pentacel

DT Polio Absorbed

Quadracel (Sanofi)

Measles, Mumps, Rubella

MMR II

Meruvax II

MRVax

Biovax

ProQuad

MMR-V (Merck)

Priorix

Erolalix (GlaxoSmithKline)

Varicella (Chickenpox and Shingles)

Varivax

ProQuad

MMR-V

Zostavax (Merck)

Varilix (GlaxoSmithKline)

Hepatitis A

Vaqta (Merck)

Havrix

Twinrix (GlaxoSmithKine)

Avaxim

Vivaxim (Sanofi)

Epaxal (Crucell/Berna)

Rabies

Imovax (Sanofi)

SCPI also lists cosmetics that are similarly produced from aborted fetal tissue cell lines, which I’ll discuss a bit later.

The Sordid History of Viral Vaccines

There are two primary cell cultures that have been growing in labs for more than 35 years and have been used to prepare hundreds of millions of doses of vaccines:

WI-38: Originating in the U.S. in 1961, this line came from the lung cells of an intentionally aborted female human fetus of 3 months gestation.

MRC-5: Originating in the U.K. in 1966, this line was derived from the lung cells of an intentionally aborted 14-week-old male human fetus.

The National Network for Immunization Information (NNII) has an article on their website explaining the rationale for using human fetal cells, and the history of how they’ve been used in vaccine production. The article states that these fetuses were not aborted for the purpose of vaccine research or vaccine production, nor did the cell biologists who created the cultures perform the abortions themselves.

The NNII article explains some of the difficulties involved in producing "biological medications," especially when it comes to growing viruses:

"It is far more complex to manufacture biological medications (for example, vaccines, antibodies) than it is to produce chemical medications (for example, penicillin or aspirin). In addition, certain vaccines are more complex to make than others. The bacteria that go into bacterial vaccines can be grown in simple laboratory cultures. In contrast, the growth of viruses requires living cells.

Viruses cannot reproduce on their own. They require a living host in which to grow, such as chicken embryos, and cells from animals that are grown in culture. Vaccine manufacturers currently have few options for viral culture, because of valid pharmaceutical reasons and because of human safety concerns. For example, varicella (chickenpox) virus does not grow well in most cells derived from species other than humans. Also, human cells are preferred because cells derived from animal organs sometimes may carry animal viruses that could harm people."

It may be more difficult, but it IS possible to prepare viral vaccines without the use of human or animal cells, as today’s hepatitis B vaccine proves. The current version of the hepatitis B vaccine, used in the U.S. since 1986, uses yeast cells. Other virus vaccines use chicken embryos or monkey kidney cell lines.

So, why don’t manufacturers avoid using human cells altogether and instead opt for less controversial methods? I suspect there is little incentive for vaccine manufacturers to develop and test new vaccines when they are already profiting from existing ones. Of course, when the truth becomes widely known about how these vaccines are derived, they may begin seeing their profits plunge and be forced to find new methodology.

One Particularly Egregious Example: Rubella Vaccine

The rubella virus used in making rubella vaccine was originally derived from tissues from the aborted fetus of a rubella virus-infected mother. Babies born to rubella-infected mothers are at risk for serious birth defects. [bolding added]

According to Barbara Loe Fisher of the National Vaccine Information Center:

"The rubella vaccine currently used in the U.S. and in most countries was developed after an American researcher at the Wistar Institute cultured rubella virus from a fetus aborted because the mother was infected with rubella. This vaccine is called RA 27/3 because the rubella virus was isolated from the 27th aborted fetus sent to the Wistar Institute in the 1964 rubella outbreak. Researchers were unable to culture rubella from the tissues of the first 26 fetuses sent to Wistar, which had been aborted by doctors because the mothers had rubella during pregnancy."

A recent study by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has led to a question of whether there is a correlation between the abrupt rise in American autism rates with the introduction of fetal cells for use in vaccines (1988). This correlation has prompted researchers to ask the question about how aborted fetal DNA could be causing, or contributing to, the development of autism disorders in children. Thus far, there have been no proposed theories of a mechanism. However, it’s a significant correlation that should at least be investigated. If you care about what you put into your body, and into your child’s body, and you are outraged by this information, you are not alone.

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[for more of the article, go to the URL cited at the beginning of this excerpt]

13-7-2011 Fiat money bye bye !

Posted in Uncategorized on julio 16, 2011 by Ajmaknic

Bottom line… US Debt increase is a done deal.

The rest is just theatrics for the masses.

The only advice I can offer, is that if you have any fiat money (dollars), it would be better spent now rather than later.

Buy food and things that will hold or increase their value, like useful hand tools, guns, ammo, gold …

Hate to say it, but really bad times are coming soon, but then … it will get worse.