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    Default Total Economic Collapse April 10 or 17 2010

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    Dreamed I was looking at a book published back in the 90's that was amazed with. It predicted events based on staticastical probablity and not on any thing mystical. It predicted the Clinton sex scandal, and the number of people who would die on 9/11...it didn't predict the event but predicted the number of people who would die in a major historical catastrophe and what day. I saw a pink wheel. The outside rim of the wheel had zodiac signs, the 2nd rim had numbers representing the number of years that sign was in power. The 3rd rim had the event written in it. I saw the zodiac sign of Aries and under it the number 11, and this is what was written in it. "America has 11-year cycles of boom and bust due to its capitalist system (boom is every 11 years followed by bust). When America is in the prosperous cycle, they spend their money like it will never end and they believe it never will. When the bad times come, they are not prepared." I saw boom and bust cycle, and the bust years were light gray to really dark gray with the light gray being the less severe, and the dark gray more severe. I could see over the past few cycles, each of the periods of bust were getting more and more severe. I saw the year 2010, that year was pitch black. Anyone who didn't prepare would lose everything, and it was so devestating, USA would never recover. I asked in the dream that since this was under the sign of Aries, did that mean this will happen during a time of war (or did this just mean that the economic tragedy would hit in the spring of that year)? Never got an answer.

    Given that coins were issued in ancient times with the ram (aries) looking back at the star signifying Christ's birth in April, this dream suggests to me that the total complete economic collapse will likely happen in April 2010.

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    I'll keep this in mind. But what I'd really like to know is are you willing to bet your fortune on a dream? Are you going to prepare for it or are you just saying this because you think it'll make a splash? I don't doubt you had this dream, I don't deny it might be prophetic. But if a dream isn't heeded, it mineswell have not been dreamed at all. What're you going to do? How're you going to prepare?

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    Default There is no way to prepare except in Christ Jesus

    Since the gov't will probably freeze all assets, there is essentially nothing anyone to do save their money, even though I got the best financial advice possible and have my money invested in multiple funds only I have access to and can get out without any gov't having any say in it. However, money can loose all of its value overnight. The Bible says it is pointless to accumulate any wealth on this earth because it can be taken away in an instant no matter how well you think you've prepared. There is but one way to prepare for anything and that is to trust Jesus for everything. Jesus revealed to me my future, and that He will protect me, so that I may minister the broken hearted during this time.

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    Which ever way you look at it, its better to pull your investments out now and invest in "hard currency", i mean like land, or property, stocks, business, technology, and so on all depend on economy and are in my thought luxuries, but unless a man can hover in the air he will need to reside on land. Look in to the National reserve of America. As a country it is in debt billions of dollars, to a reserve thats privately owned, therfore if there is a time of economic collapse, other than more national debt, just like all the presedents before money will be spent blind fold. The more complex technology gets the more we lose our privacy and control, so what is an intangible investment but a digital code. just like the last hundred years our technologies doubles every 50 years than 25 years than maby 15 years, it won't be far away where normal people like us will use credit system, meaning you are what your worth, the more you work the more credits you get and you use that to buy things, this will utimately, prevent anyone from geting richer, because the old money made their status and power than remove a system that gets you that.

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    Default Another Dream about Economic Depression Comming

    Had yet another dream that seem to be talking about an economic depression is going to hit the economy very hard soon...

    http://www.sleeps.com/forums/dream-i...tion/10328.htm

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    Just wanted to comment about something. Someone wrote about how to prepare for a disaster. As with any prediction of any kind of major disaster and some with unfathomable proportions (and of course if you truly believe in those), I think there is more than trust in faith that you can prepare.

    I believe there is a reason why we get such long advance notice (well some years at least) of the most disasterous events and that reason is to give time to prepare more in a physical sense. Myself, I have started to look at buying land somewhere away from the cities and hopefully set up a self-sustained living there. Even without my own "nagging" dreams to do this, I would probably do the same - better to be safe than sorrow.

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    This kind of reminds me of the dream that Joseph interpreted for pharoh. They knew famine etc. was coming so they stored food etc. (7 yrs worth).
    Maybe the same wisdom could be used in this instance if you feel the need to prepare.

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    Unhappy Sooner than expected? Depression of 2008?

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    The great depression of 2008 – the mother of all depressions
    Article by Pascal Molliere
    Saturday 17th November 2007, 01:46

    2008 is set to be the darkest ever year in financial history according to Goldman Sachs – a new report claims.
    The Times reports that the credit crunch is so serious that it may force the US banking system to cut lending by as much as $4,000 billion, prompting a “substantial recession” in the US.



    As much as $400 billion could be wiped out from the US banking system prompting fears that the knock-on effect could spell an economic catastrophe on both sides of the Atlantic.



    The mass of defaults on high-risk home loans in America has emerged in greater detail over the last 3-4 months but more and more banks and lending institutions are having to own up to the full extent of their losses as the financial world is being rocked to it’s core with the sheer scale of the financial melt-down.



    Mr Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman Sachs estimates that with every $1 dollar in losses, equates to the inability of highly leveraged Wall Street lending by $10, as they typically aim for a so-called capital ratio of 10 per cent.



    “If leveraged investors see $200 billion of the $400 billion aggregate credit loss, they might need to scale back their lending by $2 trillion,” Mr Hatzius said.



    Mr Hatzius’s actual prediction of a $400 billion write-off would reduce lending by $4,000 billion.



    “The likely mortgage credit losses pose a significantly bigger macroeconomic risk than generally recognised. It is easy to see how such a shock could produce a substantial recession,” Mr Hatzius said.



    “While the uncertainty is huge, the associated downward pressure on lending raises the risk of significant weakness in economic activity.”



    Goldman’s forecast predicts further disastrous consequences for global economy, sighting numerous factors such as the cost of the war in Iraq, record oil prices, sub-prime defaults and growing unemployment.



    “The potential for an economic implosion and subsequent world recession is huge and could surpass the biggest financial crash in history of that of the Great Depression”.



    Billions were wiped off the world financial system in the 1920’s / 30’s. This period was known as ‘The Great Depression’ (also known in the U.K. as the Great Slump). This was the most dramatic of worldwide economic downturns in history.



    It all started with the stock market crash on October 29, 1929, known as Black Tuesday. The depression had devastating effects in both the industrialised countries and those which exported raw materials.



    With similar beginnings to the current crisis, the Great Depression was not a sudden total collapse but more of a slow burning fuse that sparked a sequence of major financial catastrophes across the US and subsequently around the globe.



    The stock market had suffered losses due to the October 1929 crash – not too dissimilar to the Northern Rock and the Sub-Prime mortgage crisis of today.



    Having faced severe losses from the initial crash, consumerism plunged dramatically and a severe drought ravaged the agricultural heartland of the USA beginning in the summer of 1930.



    Credit was ample and available to sub-prime borrowers at low rates and few were reluctant to avoid borrowing. By May 1930, vehicle sales had declined to below the levels of 1928. Oil prices had risen sharply while retail values in general began to decline.



    Wages began to drop in 1931. Conditions were worst in farming areas where commodity prices plunged, and in mining and logging areas where unemployment was high and there were few other jobs. The decline in the American economy was the motor that pulled down most other countries at first, then internal weaknesses or strengths in each country made conditions worse or better. By late in 1930, a steady decline set in which reached bottom by March 1933.



    Many experts and scholars believe that it was the fault of governments and the banking institutions who were to blame for the great depression. It was said that the problems began with excessive lending and a blatant disregard for cheap loans.



    Massive bank failures were largely to blame for the great depression and the stock market crash of the 1930’s, huge layoffs occurred, resulting in unemployment rates of over 25%. Banks which had financed a lot of bad debt began to fail as debtors defaulted on debt and bank depositors became worried about their deposits and began massive withdrawals.



    Government guarantees and Federal Reserve banking regulations to prevent these types of panics were ineffective or not used. Bank failures led to the evaporation of billions of dollars in assets. Up to 40% of the available money supply normally used for purchases and bank payments was destroyed by all these bank failures.



    By 1933, depositors saw $140 billion of their deposits disappear due to uninsured bank failures. Bank failures snowballed as desperate bankers tried calling in loans which the borrowers did not have time or money to repay. With future profits looking poor, capital investment and construction slowed or completely ceased. In the face of bad loans and worsening future prospects, the surviving banks became even more conservative in their lending. Banks built up their capital reserves, which intensified deflationary pressures. The vicious cycle developed and the downward spiral accelerated. This kind of self-aggravating process may have turned a 1930 recession into a 1933 great depression.



    There are frightening similarities in the current situation in the US and in Britain. Once again, a banking crisis is threatening to undermine a global economy. Banks are too late in tightening the credit purse strings. There will be no more easy money, on the contrary, there will be very little money at all – and even the regular credit cards, bank overdrafts and small loans will be harder to get hold of as there simply is no money to lend out.



    In addition to making it much harder to secure a mortgage or loan, such a dramatic decline in lending would hamper the ability of consumers to borrow money to finance smaller purchases such as cars, televisions and washing machines.



    Since two-thirds of the US economy is driven by consumer spending, this will hit retailers and other companies particularly hard. Businesses will also be deterred from borrowing money to invest and will be less able to stave off looming redundancies, putting further pressure on the US economy.



    Goldman’s prediction comes after Wall Street firms such as Citigroup, Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley have collectively reported more than $50 billion in losses on investments related to sub-prime mortgages.



    It follows the US Federal Reserve’s second cash infusion of the month on Thursday, when it injected $47.25 billion into the financial system, the largest since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 .



    The latest injection was administered two weeks after the Fed injected $41 billion, as the fallout from the housing crisis gathered momentum.



    There is no end in sight and with other countries economies clearly suffering in tandem with the US, there is growing fear that this could be the mother of all recessions.
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    Good will come to him who is generous and lends freely, who conducts his affairs with justice.


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    I sincerely hope 2010 is correct, but this is not what I have been given to know. I believe it is coming much much sooner. Prepare your hearts!

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    Just wanted to add that a psychic that I happen to believe in (his name is Brian Ladd) had a dream earlier this month with the message: ""1 euro = 3.5 US dollars - black Monday -- world markets fall after US crash - world recovers same week - US does not ". Today (Nov 20), the euro is at at 1.48 US dollars.

    Personally, I haven't received any warnings about economic crash in my dreams so I think it will still be a little while.

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