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Amals ….Interesting article along similiar lines

Posted by Auandag @ 23:59 on December 5, 2016  

Virtually all ancient cultures worldwide suddenly and inexplicably lengthened their calendars from 360-days to 365+ days after 701 BC.  In addition, there is undisputable documented literary proof that apparently someone somewhere in history had been able to observe exactly how the moons of Mars work in incredible detail before Jonathan Swift wrote about them in 1726 and before Asaph Hall “discovered” them in 1877, 151 years later.  Here is where it really starts getting interesting.


The ancients worshipped the planets, but especially Mars.  The name the blood-red planet bears today is the name of the ancient Roman god of war, and the ancient Greeks called it Ares, after their god of war.  It was also called Baal by the ancient Semitic peoples.  The ancients deeply feared the Red Planet.  We laugh today at the quaint notion of being scared of the planets, but the ancients were absolutely terrified of them.  This strong cultural fear of Mars handed down through the ages was even so well known millennia later that Mars’ two moons were christened with the Greek words for “Fear” and “Panic” even in 1877 when scientists first gained the technology to see them.


There is one fantastic hypothesis that explains all these facts and coincidences.  It involves a theory of orbital resonance, of near pass-bys between Mars and Earth due to slightly different orbital mechanics in ancient times.


Recently a couple American scientists were able to plug detailed orbital data from precise NASA observations into NASA supercomputers and run the known Earth and Mars orbits back in time.  Provocatively, the computer models calculated that Mars and Earth were once on resonant orbits, with Mars taking 720 days to revolve around the sun and Earth 360 days.  This potential discovery in and of itself is extremely interesting as it helps shine some light on the millennia-old question of why the ancients all had 360-day calendars originally and why they all changed them after 701 BC.


silverngold and Auandag, re: pole shift

Posted by amals @ 23:00 on December 5, 2016  

Haven’t watched the video yet, but will say that I read a book on the subject a number of years ago.  It was called, “5/5/2000– Ice: The Ultimate Disaster”, by Richard W. Noone.  It was one of the most fascinating books I’ve ever read.  Tied together all sorts of unexplained phenomena all over the world, all throughout history, and pointed to a pole shift on, yep, 5/5/2000.  Obviously off on the timing, but very interesting nonetheless.  Don’t know how available the book is, but I recommend it if you can find it.

Farmboy 16:59

Posted by redneckokie1 @ 20:19 on December 5, 2016  

Sometimes even a trotline takes too much time. A little dynamite at the correct place will fill the freezer quickly. Trying to get to Belize in January.



Latest Jim Sinclair and Greg Hunter making sense out of the markets

Posted by silverngold @ 20:15 on December 5, 2016  

Shanghai VS London Where are the ARBS ? Is Gold the only place they dont operate ?

Posted by Ororeef @ 19:48 on December 5, 2016  

Date SGE PM Gold Price London PM Gold Price Price diffce. SGE PM over London
Nov 1st 1283.95 1288.45 -4.50
Nov 2nd 1296.08 1303.75 -7.67
Nov 3rd 1306.66 1301.00 +5.66
Nov 4th 1300.75 1302.80 – 2.05
Nov 7th 1293.91 1283.05 +10.86
Nov 8th 1290.17 1282.35 +7.82
Nov 9th 1326.88 1281.40 +45.48
Nov 10th 1293.91 1267.50 +26.41
Nov 11th 1267.47 1236.45 +31.02
Nov 14th 1227.97 1213.60 +14.37
Nov 15th 1236.99 1226.95 +10.04
Nov 16th 1241.65 1229.20 +15.45
Nov 17th 1237.30 1226.75 +10.55
Nov 18th 1219.26 1211.00 +8.26
Nov 21st 1224.54 1214.25 +10.29
Nov 22nd 1235.43 1212.25 +23.18
Nov 23rd 1231.70 1185.35 +46.35
Nov 24th 1212.41 1186.10 +26.31
Nov 25th 1200.91 1187.70 +13.21
Nov 28th 1218.64 1187.00 +31.64
Nov 29th 1216.15 1186.55 +29.60
Nov 30th 1210.24 1178.10 +32.14
Dec 1st 1199.35 1161.85 +37.50

A Non resignation after all !!!!!!!

Posted by Maddog @ 19:36 on December 5, 2016  

Renzi Delays Resignation Until Senate Passes Budget Law


Interesting article on gun rights

Posted by silverngold @ 19:12 on December 5, 2016  

NY Times: “Fantasy” That Guns Can Be Used for Self Defense


The latest anti-gun rant from The New York Times editorial board is a perfect example of how far this once-respected rag has fallen. The editorial, which barely exceeds 300 words, reads as though it were written on the back of a napkin by a bored employee who had time to kill on the subway. It’s ostensibly arguing against the concept of national concealed carry reciprocity, but it skips the thorny questions of federalism in favor of another lazy essay concluding that GUNS ARE BAD!

“Republican lawmakers, ever enthusiastic about the gun lobby’s agenda, will control both houses of Congress next year when Mr. Trump assumes the presidency,” the board writes. “His campaign celebrated the N.R.A.’s fantasy that citizens can stand up to gunmen by shooting it out. Research refutes this idea; it is far more likely that guns are used to harm the owners or other innocent people than to stop a crime.”

To quote Trump: “Wrong.”

The editorial board isn’t “wrong” to say that guns are frequently used against their owners; they are wrong to make the ridiculous claim that “research refutes” the FACT that guns can be used as a tool of self-defense. It doesn’t matter if they are only successfully used as self-defense once a week, once a year, or once a century. Our constitutional right to bear arms isn’t dependent on statistics.

“The N.R.A. goal in the Trump administration is to pass an expansive national law that would require states to recognize concealed-carry permits issued by other states,” the board says.

True enough. On the campaign trail, Trump himself criticized the current situation, where otherwise law-abiding gun owners can be thrown in jail for crossing state lines.

“The right of self-defense doesn’t stop at the end of your driveway,” Trump said in a position paper. “That’s why I have a concealed carry permit and why tens of millions of Americans do too. That permit should be valid in all 50 states. A driver’s license works in every state, so it’s common sense that a concealed carry permit should work in every state. If we can do that for driving – which is a privilege, not a right – then surely we can do that for concealed carry, which is a right, not a privilege.”

But the editorial board at The New York Times isn’t interested in debating rights, privileges, or any other complicated constitutional questions.

“Since 2007, concealed-carry permit holders have been responsible for at least 898 deaths not involving self-defense, according to the Violence Policy Center, a gun safety group,” they write. “The self-defense myth of concealed carry nevertheless carries on, at the expense of public safety.”

Uh-huh. Now, these guys tell us that what, 30,000 people every year die from gun violence? So…do a little math…carry the one…that would be approximately 300,000 people since 2007, right? And of that number, only 898 of the responsible parties were concealed-carry permit holders? That’s…a tiny, tiny fraction. And we can safely assume that even within that number, many of the perpetrators were not actually exercising their concealed-carry right at the time of the shooting. “Nonsense” doesn’t even begin to describe this argument. It’s propaganda and nothing more.

There are reasonable, coherent, constitutional arguments against a national reciprocity law, just as there are compelling arguments for it.

Don’t expect to see either from the New York Times.

Interesting background of Ben Carson FWIW

Posted by silverngold @ 18:35 on December 5, 2016  

Trump’s cabinet gets HUGE addition

FILE - In this Aug. 25, 2016, file photo, former Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson speaks before Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's arrival at a campaign rally in Manchester, N.H. President-elect Donald Trump chose Carson to become secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Trump's decision, announced early Monday, Dec. 5, by his transition office at Trump Tower in New York, comes as the real estate mogul continues a series of interviews, meetings with aides and other sessions aimed at forming his administration. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)

President-elect Donald Trump, moving to complete formation of his Cabinet and decide other key administration posts, chose former campaign rival Ben Carson on Monday to be secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Trump’s decision, announced by his transition office, comes as the real estate mogul continues a series of interviews, meetings with aides and other deliberations aimed at forming his administration and following his announcement of several Cabinet appointees last week.

In a statement, Trump said he was “thrilled to nominate” Carson, describing the retired neurosurgeon as having “a brilliant mind” and saying he “is passionate about strengthening communities and families within those communities.”

Carson had been coy about joining the new administration, saying shortly after Trump’s election victory that he wasn’t certain he’d fit into a Cabinet-style role. The discussion at that time centered on speculation that Carson might be selected to head the sprawling Department of Health and Human Services.

“Ben shares my optimism about the future of our country,” Trump said, “and is part of ensuring that this is a presidency representing all Americans.”

Carson was among the 16 Republican candidates who challenged Trump for the Republican nomination. He was a favorite of religious conservatives and a strong fundraiser, but his team burned through money quickly and he failed to win any of the early primary contests.

Trump treated Carson harshly during the primary, saying he had a “pathological temper.” Still, Carson quickly endorsed Trump after he dropped out of the contest.

As a Trump supporter, Carson was both loyal and critical. He conceded that Trump had “major defects” and said at one point that he would have preferred a scenario other than Trump winning the Republican primary.

Last week, Trump announced that he planned to nominate former Goldman Sachs executive Steven Mnuchin as his Treasury secretary and billionaire investor Wilbur Ross to lead the Commerce Department. He chose Betsy DeVos to be secretary of education and Elaine Chao, the wife of Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, to be transportation secretary. Trump also has turned to retired Marine Gen. James Mattis to be secretary of defense.

He now has expanded his pool of candidates for secretary of state, raising a question about whether former CIA Director David Petraeus’ guilty plea for leaking classified information disqualifies him to serve as the nation’s top diplomat.

The remark came a week after Trump’s aides confirmed that the president-elect had settled on four finalists for the post. Two people close to the transition tell The Associated Press that Trump is moving away from two of the four: former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee.

That would leave Petraeus as a top contender, along with Tennessee Republican Sen. Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Both people close to the transition said Trump’s prolonged decision-making process has left the door open to other options. Among other possibilities, one official says is Jon Huntsman, a former Republican Utah governor who also served as the ambassador to China and speaks Mandarin.

The people close to the transition spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the private process publicly.

Carson, his choice for housing secretary, has often recounted his childhood as the son of a single mother in inner-city Detroit in his books and motivational speeches. In his 1996 autobiography “Gifted Hands,” Carson wrote of the humiliation he felt using food stamps from his mom to pay for bread and milk, and said how he began to excel at school only after receiving a free pair of glasses that allowed him to see the lessons written on chalk boards.

Carson has not said whether his family ever lived in federally-funded housing or received Section 8 subsidies to help pay rent. But as a political figure he has criticized such public assistance programs for creating “dependency” on the government among low-income minorities.

“I’m interested in getting rid of dependency, and I want us to find a way to allow people to excel in our society, and as more and more people hear that message, they will recognize who is truly on their side and who is trying to keep them suppressed and cultivate their votes,” Carson said in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in 2015.

With the help of financial aid and scholarships, Carson attended Yale University and the University of Michigan Medical School before being the first African-American named as the head of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore. There he garnered national acclaim for directing the first surgery to separate twins connected at the back of the head.

Carson’s rise to political prominence began with a 2013 speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, where he gave a withering critique of the modern welfare state and the nation’s overall direction while President Barack Obama was seated just feet away. During the 2016 Republican presidential primary, Carson’s inspirational life story, Christian faith and anti-establishment message briefly catapulted him last year ahead of Trump and other rivals in opinion polls.

But his success on the campaign trail quickly crumbled amid questions about whether elements of his rags-to-riches autobiography were exaggerated or fabricated — including a purported childhood fit of rage in which he tried to stab his best friend in the belly only to be foiled by a belt buckle. Carson’s business dealings also faced scrutiny, including his ties to a wealthy Pittsburgh dentist whom he helped avoid prison time for felony health care fraud.

The Associated Press first reported last year that Carson invested millions of dollars in real estate deals with Alfonso A. Costa, whose dentistry license was revoked following a felony conviction. According to required financial disclosure forms he filed in 2015, Carson and his wife made between $200,000 and $2 million a year from those real estate investments. Costa also served on the board of Carson’s charity, the Carson Scholars Fund, which provides college scholarships to children in need.

The Associated Press contributed to this article. 

Auandag @ 16:12….I agree, very scary video….

Posted by silverngold @ 18:08 on December 5, 2016  

But I’d rather see it coming than have it hit me by surprise. It also explains why when excavating frozen Mammoths in the Arctic they find stomach content is tropical plants that could only have been there if there had been a pole shift…..and the timing is about right according to other geologic info I have read in the past. I’d sure encourage others to refer back and watch the video, especially if you happen to live at a low elevation or in the worst danger zones. This is not something that you are gonna get advanced warning and have time to act on once it is in motion.

Posted by commish @ 18:02 on December 5, 2016  


FWIW: Explosive PROOF Hillary rigged election!?

Posted by silverngold @ 17:49 on December 5, 2016  

Throughout the 2016 presidential election, President-elect Donald Trump warned repeatedly that his opponent, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, would attempt to undermine the voting process.

According to some critics, one election observer has stumbled on the bombshell proof that Clinton attempted to rig the election they’d been waiting for.

During the controversial Wisconsin election recount forced by Green Party candidate Jill Stein initiated Friday, one observer noticed a number of small stickers that were torn on the election machines — and the implications are alarming.

A volunteer election observer going by the name Wendy reported that in St. Croix County, Wisconsin, five of the nine machines being used in the recount have tampered seals.

She posted four pictures as evidence to prove it — two of the broken seals, and the corresponding machine’s serial numbers.

tamper3 tamper2 tamper1 tamper4

This isn’t the first time Wisconsin voting results have been highly controversial, either. In April, Trump supporters accused the establishment of rigging the primary against their candidate.

Additionally, there remains widespread belief among Trump supporters that the president-elect received a greater share of votes than was reported.

In Wisconsin, Trump won by a razor thin 0.8%.

If voting machines were indeed tampered with, as this election recount observer’s pictures imply, that belief gains significant credibility.

— The Horn editorial team

Here Is A Mystery

Posted by Farmboy @ 17:10 on December 5, 2016  

GPL which has been leading the way recently, was down over 7% today. Smells like the Boiler Room Boyz are running their games.

Maddog – Yep

Posted by Buygold @ 17:04 on December 5, 2016  

Same old crap. Gotta crush pm’s into the close on a negative event. Dollar weakness be damned. It has been so blatant for so long it’s a joke.


I’m Cereal RNO, You Need To Stop Fishing… LOL

Posted by Farmboy @ 16:59 on December 5, 2016  

USGS records 5 earthquakes overnight in northern Oklahoma


Maddog @ 16:19 We Have Not Seen Wierd, Yet.

Posted by Farmboy @ 16:45 on December 5, 2016  

There is no telling how the Scum will try and defend their slime ball ways. Up/Down/Sideways, and In between, the puppet Masters are going to attempt to save their regime, and get the little folk back into line. If there was ever a time for ounces under the pillow, this is IT.


Posted by Mr.Copper @ 16:29 on December 5, 2016  

Copy that, lots of weird market action happening these days. Probably warped mentalities combined with electronic pricing machines trading against each other.

One of these days we might see another summer ’08 type meltdown. I think TPTB are in panic mode, using mostly “Trump psychology” and “hope” to stimulate the e-comedy.

So ends the worst day of Scum manipulation ever…..nothing is real here, in terms of price.

Posted by Maddog @ 16:19 on December 5, 2016  

silverngold @ 0:02….Very Interesting and Scary Video

Posted by Auandag @ 16:12 on December 5, 2016  

I remember reading somewhere how the calendar jumped about 5 days in one year in ancient times and that this happened also in other calendars of civilizations farther away. Since there were no modern communications, this verified that something happened to change the orbit of the earth. If this is true it would explain the military cover-up as they do not want to cause panic. It would explain the use of chemtrails and the use of man-made climate change as a cover for the real reason for the drastic climate change that will come. Eathquakes are getting stronger but people don’t know it because they changed the measuring scale. A 5 on the richter scale is now measured as a 4. It would also explain the great flood of Noah’s ark. It is also similiar to the prophecies of some Catholic saints.

Okay I’ll put on my tin-foil hat now and hide under the bed!


Mr.Copper @ 15:54 HUI Not Matching The VGC Run Up,

Posted by Farmboy @ 16:07 on December 5, 2016  

Figure it is a one off, take some profit and run. 🙂

@Farmboy, Good Advice Sell Half

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 15:54 on December 5, 2016  

Copy that thanks for the comeback. Unfortunately I sold what VGZ I had a while back, but kept it on my watch list, and noticed its the top performer today on that watch list. I regret selling many things. Look at TGB. +22%, CLF +9%, also used to have some NGLOY and TECK. Some PMs that are doing good lately even with low AU AG prices.

Mr.Copper @ 14:20 Yeah, Sell Half of Position

Posted by Farmboy @ 15:30 on December 5, 2016  

11 % increase too hard to pass up. Been buying since .86/share. But probably got it wrong since silver is far below its tradional 15:1 component against gold. Locking in profits, will look for a pullback. 🙂

Mkt spin on Italian Vote might well be rubbish…see comment below from a Breitbart post, by an Italian.

Posted by Maddog @ 14:41 on December 5, 2016  

Firstly, a correction in the above. Luigi DiMaio is the Five Star party leader, not Grillo, although Beppe is the spokesman. He stepped aside as leader to bring in younger blood.

Secondly, the 60% turnout was historic and unprecedented. This was a referendum on constitutional change, and the last time one was held, turnout was 10%. Also, 70% of the young Italians voted NO.

There will be no caretaker government, since DiMaio said this morning: ” He will call for a no confidence vote in the parliament against Renzi’s government, and have the president set an election date for as early as mid-January.” DiMaio is a senator, and if
Five Star win the upcoming election, he will be the next P.M..

He then stated: “We are ready for an election fight, and we plan to win!”

There is a bit of sweet irony in this result in that, it is a reflection of the Trump win.Voter apathy in the south, has always been high, but the voters turned out en masse yesterday, voting a resounding NO

As were the Americans’ feelings toward the Democrats in the U.S., they felt we, IL Piccole Persones , the little people, have been forgotten by the liberal elites.

That comment this morning explained this miracle, and it was a miracle indeed!!!


What’s With VGZ?? Up 10% With High Volume Since 1:45 PM.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:20 on December 5, 2016  

Anyone hear anything, or know of a message board for info? So far I think the best bet is AG CDE and HL.

Huh? Silver Out Performing Gold YTD? Silver Up 20% Gold Up 10%

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:08 on December 5, 2016  

Silver is way too cheap at $16.72 and should take off and help Gold higher. But Gold may be acting like a global currency and has been pushed down by the crashing foreign currencies inverting the dollar higher.

That trend, high dollar low others is getting old, toppy, imo. Gold and US Dollars lately are the favorite currencies.

Re Illegal Invasion By Immigrants Refugees etc, Requires A Booming US Economy

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 13:25 on December 5, 2016  

For all we know, the global master planners have decided the USA has done enough in various ways, raising living standards in hundreds of other countries. Unfortunately, their global E-Comedy topped off and petering out, and causing more immigrants to flee the “correction” in their countries.

Solution? Build up and BOOM the US E comedy, take back jobs, so we have work for the refugees. 🙂

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