*This comes from George Ure’s site, urbansurvival.com. Events are pretty much following this script, aren’t they? VERY interesting, indeed.*
The Start of the Beginning (of the End)
No, yesterday’s mini-melt of the stock market was NOT ‘the big events’ that the predictive linguistics oif http://www.halfpasthuman.com have been pointing toward around October 7th. Not even.
What we are witnessing now, being semi-aware observers thanks to Cliff’s work, is linguistically only the initial tumblers falling in the lock that will finally open around October 7th. If you’re one of the millions of American’s who lost between 6 and 8 percent of your investment values Monday, it wasn’t because we hadn’t been saying unequivocally “flee paper assets – buy real things with utility value” and only then if there’s anything left, play with paper”.
Water under the bridge today, and although there’s talk that the White House and CONgress will try to rework the bailout, the tumblers are already falling that unlock whatever next week has in store.
One of the most pressing questions of the day is “Was yesterday IT?” Heck no. The latest HalfPastHuman (HPH) advisory explains why: What we’re hearing is not emotional release language, it’s still emotionally building language:
we are hearing all kinds of language out and about in the MSM at this time. Note that they are speaking of the ‘failed rescue’ as being ‘worse than 9/11′ and other such phrases.
Further listen for the words (especially adjectives/adverbs and verbs (tense is important)) around ‘worries about the future of….’ retirement, student loans, real estate….et cetera. Also please note how many times you hear ‘feel’ and ‘despair’, ‘worries’, and other emotive descriptors coming out of the usually hyper-rational talking heads in MSM.
As of this point…all is still within the building tension language. So we continue to see that the 7th is the slip point where we go into release language.
We still have a few weeks as things degrade, and it is likely that calm (if that is what we have now) will prevail through this week and into next, however please note that the shift into release language will (seemingly) catch us all unaware, and it likely will be coincident with a very rapid degradation of conditions. So if you can get it over this next week, then perhaps efforts should be made to do so.
But basically, we are in it now, steady for another 7/seven days, then into release language. If you think the teevee words are shrill and intense now….just wait for it..
vale, clif and igor (day off?ha! still working).”
All of which is not to say things are tense enough already; witness the overwhelming of the House computer system after the vote. I plan to call the members of my Congressional Delegation today and see if they voted for the will of the people, or if they were on the bankster’s side in the bailout. A thank you and congratulations will be offered for those who did, and a campaign check for whoever opposes them if they did not. The follow-up being as important as the voiced sentiments beforehand. And, unlike Congress, my position hasn’t waffled and is not easily swayed.