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Posted by Moggy @ 23:05 on March 12, 2015  

Ferguson cop shooting March 2015

DATA:  March 12, 2015 @ 12:05 A.M. – Ferguson, MO

The Event and the Criminals:  1st house…The shooting of two police officers in Ferguson, Missouri.  Scorpio Rises, co-ruler Mars conjoined Uranus and Venus in the 5th house and co-ruler Pluto squaring from 2nd house Capricorn.  Moon and Saturn conjoined in the sign Sagittarius in the 1st house…that gives us four co-rulers of the criminal(s).  Two planets in the 1st house gives us two perpetrators…at least.

The Rising Sign belongs on the natural 8th house denoting injury and danger, where we find Gemini.  Gemini is a dual sign…two police officers were shot.

Aries, natural 1st house sign, is on the 5th house cusp, suggesting that the event involves speculation and the people involved are attempting to promote something.

The Sun is posited in Pisces – a sign that speaks of ambush – in the 4th house…an angular Sun means the event occurred in public, which it did.  Pisces, a dual sign, suggests that more than one criminal is involved.  The nature of a 4th house event is domestic…individual and national.

The Moon last over retrograde Jupiter in the 9th house discloses the nature of very recent preceding activity to involve legal matters…which it has, therefore, confirming the chart.  In the first 3 degrees the Moon denotes embryonic activity still in the early stages of formation.

THE CRIMINALS:  Scorpio on the 1st house cusp – those who initiated the crime – describes them  as executioners.

RESOURCES OF THE CRIMINALS:  On the 2nd house cusp of finance we find Sagittarius with Pluto in Capricorn therein.  Jupiter, ruler of Sagittarius, resides in the 9th house of the Department of Justice.  What a surprise!  Pluto compounds troubles that already exist.  He rules groups and warns of complications and may represent someone who is represented by proxy.  In Capricorn…government is involved.

ENVIRONMENT:  Capricorn on the cusp of the 3rd house describes an environment of official business conducted without feeling as a matter of expediency such as carried out by government.  Although posited in the 2nd house, Pluto in Capricorn has influence in this house, too…suggesting wealthy groups have infiltrated and/or bought off government officials.

Mercury in Aquarius is intercepted in the 3rd house and indicates messages, visits, coming-and-going…an agent or go-between.  Aquarius rules large scale events, unconventional and departing from the norm.  Persons represented are extremists.

PERSONAL LIFE:  Pisces on the cusp of the 4th house gives those criminals involved to be immersed in clandestine affairs, subversion, misinformation, and crime in general.  The persons represented are social misfits and with Neptune in the 4th house, they are very unstable.

SPECULATION AND HAZARDS:  Aries on the 5th house cusp with a triple conjunction involving Uranus, Mars and Venus in Aries.  All creative acts engaged in by these psychos use violence as a modus operandi.

EMPLOYMENT:  Taurus on the 6th house cusp, ruler Venus in the sign preceding, pin-points employment of a subversive nature and that violence (Uranus and Mars) is used as a means of agitation.

ASSOCIATES:  Libra on the 11th house cusp gives criminal lawyers as associates…or may we read that as lawyers who are criminals?

HIDDEN MATTERS:  Scorpio on the 12th house cusp…follow the money to 2nd house Pluto in Capricorn and those who have sunk to the depths of society.  At this point I shouldn’t have to spell it out.


ipso facto @ 19:38 Nations will do what’s in their own best interests

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 20:15 on March 12, 2015  

This is a sign that the good ship S.S. Globalization is sinking, and the multi national passengers on board will take an “every man for himself” procedure. It will get more ugly for most passengers as the sinking goes on, but the USA (passenger) will be the strongest swimmer and survivor on the planet.

Re the story, if its true, basically means that the Global PTB, centered in England, is telling the USA, “we got enough out of you, you’re broke, and we have no use for you anymore. And we will economically screw the daylights out of China now and for decades to come, like we did to you starting in 1913.”

USA independence from England 1776, lost that independence 1913.

Nations will do what’s in their own best interests

Posted by ipso facto @ 19:38 on March 12, 2015  

US accuses UK over China stance

The White House accused the UK on Thursday of a “constant accommodation” of China after the British government decided to join a new China-led financial institution that could become a rival to the World Bank.

The rare rebuke of one of the US’s closest allies comes as Britain prepares to announce it will become a founding member of the $50bn Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, making it the first G7 country to join an institution launched by China last October.

more http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/31c4880a-c8d2-11e4-bc64-00144feab7de.html#axzz3UDYDc1ui

E-Mails …..Hitllary is turning into SLICKERY

Posted by Ororeef @ 19:31 on March 12, 2015  

She didn.t have Rosemary Woods to burn the tapes ..

Where are the Cover =up COPS !

Slick Willley rides again !


Posted by ipso facto @ 19:30 on March 12, 2015  

… but at least you don’t need an air conditioner! 🙂

PS You’re a little farther north than I thought.

Buygold @ 18:33

Posted by ipso facto @ 19:28 on March 12, 2015  

“Give SWIFT the finger” I dunno BG … what if Putin tries to get the US thrown out! 🙂

There’s probably going to be 2 settlement systems operating for a while at least. I sort of doubt that Putin will stay with SWIFT since the US and it’s allies have so much control over it … and spy on all the transactions.

Gold Train

Posted by Maya @ 19:10 on March 12, 2015  


I know… it’s been awhile since we’ve seen the Gold Train…lost in the Washington woods.

Ipso & Buygold

Posted by Maya @ 19:03 on March 12, 2015  

“At least the misery cave has indoor plumbing and electric lights. ”

I’m jealous!

Igloo in Alert, Nunavut



Posted by Buygold @ 18:33 on March 12, 2015  

How about Russia gives SWIFT the finger?

If they stay with SWIFT we may as well throw in the towel because that would mean Russia and Putin is just another NWO clown.


Posted by Buygold @ 18:24 on March 12, 2015  

I don’t know what’s really happening but I’ll tell you this, these effing gold mining CEO’s better start defending their company shares and shareholders by refusing to sell metal to Comex and Nymex or every last one of them will be bankrupted. The big banks will swoop in and pick up producing companies for pennies and then let the price of pm’s rip higher.

First Majestic seems to have the only CEO with a brain.


Posted by ipso facto @ 17:05 on March 12, 2015  

The West’s Plan To Drop Russia From SWIFT Hilariously Backfires

On Monday afternoon, not only did SWIFT NOT kick Russia out… but they announced that they were actually giving a BOARD SEAT to Russia.



Posted by Maddog @ 15:50 on March 12, 2015  

You want to know what is happening ????

The Scum rule, just watch the stock price of Government Sucks, as long as that is cruising higher, the Scum rule.

Tdy it’s up 3.1 %.

The noose

Posted by deer79 @ 15:42 on March 12, 2015  

Just keeps getting tighter and tighter. What in the world is happening?

US dollars are not the only place people putting their money

Posted by goldielocks @ 15:31 on March 12, 2015  


There seems to be low volumes in Gold futures right now

Posted by eeos @ 13:47 on March 12, 2015  

Drip drip drip, chip chip chip. They keep widdling away at the price though. Almost like summer doll drums are coming and they have a can of whip ass planned coming up. It almost makes me want to sell a little stock to raise cash for puts in case they kill us (more deader of course).

I mean it has to really hurt US companies like CAT who sell big machines abroad. Who wants a machine with a nearly 20% price markup in the last few months based on the dollar action. No thanks, I’ll chose a different model that has a competitive value b/c of currency exchanges. Cat I year chart is in a bear flag position right here. It’s probably thinking to itself, shite the dollar is killing  me. Any more upwards push from the buck 20 points could get shaved pretty fast on the stock.

Canamex presents an initial resource for the Bruner Gold Project Nevada

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:59 on March 12, 2015  


Bill Holter … “2008 an appetizer”

Posted by ipso facto @ 10:10 on March 12, 2015  


Do you remember how Lucy always pulled the football each time Charlie Brown tried to kick it? To this day, he’s fallen on his rear end and every time while Lucy just snickers. This is exactly what the Federal Reserve has done since late 2009. If you recall, we heard about “green shoots” in the economy and “recovery” has been the watch word ever since. The one word you have not heard and certainly not seen is “expansion”.

You see, the real economy has never recovered and no matter how massaged or fudged the economic reports are, they cannot be altered enough to show genuine “expansion” when you scrape off the gold plating. The Lucy/Charlie brown game has been “the Fed will raise rates later this year” …each and every year for the last five. They are walking a tightrope where the ugly reality must be polished feverishly but not so much so that markets demand a rate hike.

The following chart (courtesy of friend M. Stevens) was generated directly from the St. Louis Fed website so what we will talk about today is directly from Federal Reserve data.

After glancing at this chart, does anything stand out to you? What immediately stood out because it is in picture form is the inverse direction of interest rates and total debt. I of course knew this and so probably did you, but as they say …a picture is worth a thousand words. The inverse relationship began back in the 1980′s and becomes obvious by 1990, but why? The answer to this is the very same answer as to why the Fed can NEVER ever raise rates again but we’ll get to that shortly.

Briefly explaining “how we got here”, the Fed has been forced several times to drastically lower interest rates since 1980. We had the crash of 1987, the S and L crisis in the early 90′s, the dotcom bust in 2000-2001 and of course the real estate crash/great financial crisis of 2007-2009. Each one of these booms which led to the bust were “conceived” by the lowered rates employed to alleviate the previous bust. In other words, the tonic (lower rates) used to fix the current problem has each time led to a future crisis …until here we are at effectively zero percent interest rates.

I know you are thinking “but I already knew this”. Do you believe the Fed knew this as they were doing it? I believe the answer is an absolute YES! “Yes” because they can do math as well as anyone else. They realized the deficits which really began to swell in the 1980′s would lead to an overall debt level so high that nearly any positive interest rate would be unpayable! Think about the math for a moment, here we are at close to $20 trillion public debt, what will happen if the Fed raises rates to even 4%? We will be paying interest of $800 billion per year? How about the unheard of level of 7%? Do you see the math here? After paying the interest, what will be left to run, much less improve the country? Rates have been lowered to zero not to save the real economy but to make the federal debt a manageable budget item! Don’t get me wrong, I understand the lower rates have also enabled the banking system to remain breathing and so far the derivatives blasting cap from going off. The prime reason for these lower interest rates no matter what anyone tells you …is so the interest on the federal debt is “affordable”.

The purpose in my mind for showing you this chart is because interest rates are now just beginning to creep up on Treasury securities. I am sure as we always have, soon hear, “higher interest rates will kill gold and silver”. Without going into a full writing on this, it simply is not true. Interest rates did nothing but go higher during the 1970′s when by 1980 gold traded up to $850 and silver $50. What killed gold and silver were 15-20% interest rates competing with and popping the frothy bubbles. You must understand this, America could “afford” these higher rates back then because we were not already leveraged up. Corporations weren’t leveraged, neither were individuals. The Treasury was not highly leveraged with well less than $2 trillion, and derivatives had barely been invented yet. The U.S. simply cannot “afford” higher interest rates today.

My point is this, we may actually get higher interest rates put upon us by the market place but not by the Fed. Will the Fed raise rates even one quarter of one percent? Doubtful but it is possible. I believe were we to see even a one quarter point rise in official rates, our financial markets will implode in less than a week’s time. Higher rates will throw the $1 quadrillion+ derivatives market so far offside, the credit freeze up in late 2008 will not even be an appetizer but mere crackers to the main dish we will be served.

more http://blog.milesfranklin.com/


Posted by ipso facto @ 9:56 on March 12, 2015  

For the SM bad news is good news oh and good news is good news too. It’s a Pollyanna world. For the PMs it’s the reverse.

I tell ya though the SM is going to be ugly when it finally turns … maybe even in our lifetime. Maybe the Feds will end up owning controlling interest in all the companies … back door to socialism. :mrgreen:


Posted by Buygold @ 9:43 on March 12, 2015  


OK, so retail sales miss, INTC lowers guidance and the SM is screaming higher. Why?

Must be because the Fed is on hold today because of the bad news?

ZH did an article about the Japan CB buying down opens in the SM 76% of the time. I’d suggest the Fed buys down opens 90% of the time, and drip sells gold.

From ridiculous to sublime was the best quote I’ve seen in awhile.

If I was a European maybe I’d say … Sure let the Russians bankroll em

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:34 on March 12, 2015  

Are Alarm Bells Ringing Over Greece’s Pivot To Russia?

Tyler Durden’s pictureSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 03/12/2015 09:24 -0400

With German media asking “who is more dangerous for us? Greece or Russia,” recent actions by both ‘antagonists’ in that question suggest they may become one and the same sooner than many expected. With tensions rising between Greece and the Eurogroup, recent and future visits to Russia have gained in importance since Russian FinMin confirmed that Moscow “could consider financial help to Greece.” While this Russian pivot meme was the stuff of conspiracy theorists just weeks ago, The BBC is now asking directly, “could Europe lose Greece to Russia?” and with more Greeks positive on Russia (61%) than Europe (23%), it should not shock anyone.

Deepening ties between Greece’s new government and Russia have set off alarm bells across Europe, as the leaders in Athens wrangle with international creditors over reforms needed to avoid bankruptcy. While Greece may be eyeing Moscow as a bargaining chip, some fear it is inexorably moving away from the West, towards a more benevolent ally, a potential investor and a creditor. As The BBC asks, Europe is not pleased. Should it also be worried

more http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-12/are-alarm-bells-ringing-over-greeces-pivot-russia

Someone mentioned Eastmain’s price surge yesterday

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:24 on March 12, 2015  

Maybe there’s a suitor at the door bearing candy and flowers?

Eastmain Resources Inc. Not Aware of Reason for Increase in Market Activity


Morning Buygold

Posted by ipso facto @ 9:21 on March 12, 2015  

Yep, neither of us knows the real truth of the matter. I do agree about our leadership, Thomas Jefferson must be rolling over in his grave.

Don’t worry about those bad retail numbers … it’s on account of the improving economy doncha know. As long as corporations can continue borrowing in order to buy back their own shares then all will be peachy.

At least the misery cave has indoor plumbing and electric lights. 🙂

Morning Ipso

Posted by Buygold @ 9:04 on March 12, 2015  

I don’t pretend to know what the truth is, you asked for the links I gave them to you. The Iraqi’s have every reason to hate us as do the Iranians and provide false info. OTOH, I don’t believe much of anything I hear in western media anymore either.

As for destabilizing the region, I do believe that is exactly the plan.

None of it really matters as we are not in control anyway. The psychopaths will do what they’re going to do and we are along for the ride.

Anyhoo, retail sales were ugly (because of the weather), jobless claims were good (not because of the weather), the USD is getting hit and pm’s are held in check. Same old.

Back to the misery cave. 🙂

Posted by ipso facto @ 8:54 on March 12, 2015  

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Posted by commish @ 8:30 on March 12, 2015  


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