Elements of the Philosophy of Decentralization JC Collins The worlds first attempt at globalization has failed because there was no alternative to the centralization of wealth. In this article, I will make the case that Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism were built around the centralized principles which both Capitalism and Communism … Read More
Submission for the XRP Short Story Contest over at XRPCHAT. JC Collins Hellfire engulfed the sky and on the heels of the screams, the rains came. Musty floor boards hidden beneath granite flooring supported secret walls and arcane ceiling murals. For the seventh night in a row, the dream shattered … Read More
Smart Capital looks for the Highest Return at the Lowest Risk
During the financial crisis of 2007, a lot of stock market value just vanished as investors panic sold. It should be understood that mature investors who remained calm and patient experienced even larger gains in the years after the financial crisis. Some stocks, of course, didn’t recover but most did and surpassed the previous highs.
Many investors dumped stocks and moved to cash. This move also comes with twofold risk as you would have to be right on your risk analysis twice in a row for it to pay off. As an example, you would have to time your move out of stocks and into cash just right to maximize gains and minimize losses. But you would also have to time the move out of cash and back into stocks just as accurately. Most investors would have been better off holding through 2008 and 2009 to ride the wave back up to higher gains.
The total XRP counter read 33,733,332,712.47
Edom watched the numbers flick lower on the side of the building across the loop rail as the elevator cartridge fired him upwards to the 147th floor. The speed of the outside world was disorienting against the perfect stillness around him. There was no sense of movement or non-movement within the cartridge. The outside world just stopped moving at the same moment there was an almost inaudible swoosh as the doors opened behind him and he turned around to exit.
Consider, if decentralized ledgers are the new banks, then by default of definition, the interledger would be the decentralized World Bank which makes it all possible. Except in this case, no one nation with a dominant reserve currency can control it through hegemonic business and banking practices.
The Self-Regulation of Rent-Seeking and Merging the Fed with the Treasury
First and foremost, has anyone been paying attention to Saudi Arabia? Damn. Not only have they instigated the opening salvo in the Islamic Reformation, but they are now openly self-regulating the corrupt institutional rent-seeking which has infested most of the worlds cultures. Longtime readers will remember that this was one of the staples of the POM thesis which was difficult to understand and accept.
A Fulcrum for De-Fragmentation and Autonomous-Harmonization
The first instalment of PrimNomics was published on October 8, 2014. It was titled PrimNomics – The First Division and subtitled Fragmentation in Pursuit of Self-preservation. The intention with the PrimNomics series is to develop a new form of socioeconomics which is based on the fundamental principles of conscious manifestation from the single point of origin (Prime) and the Absolute law of interaction (Nomics).
Almost three years have passed since The First Division. There is a solid reason for this. Such an objective as creating and manifesting a new form of human socioeconomics would be considered by most an absurd undertaking. Such illusionary and self-limiting thought-forms have never prevented me from externalizing that which develops within. But there is great importance put upon the application of patience and allowing new concepts to develop with an organic and subconscious momentum.
Fragmentation in Pursuit of Self-Preservation
This article was originally posted on October 8, 2014.
“He is led by an invisible hand to promote an end which was no part of his intention.” – Adam Smith, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, 1776
On March 9, 1776, the book titled The Wealth of Nations, a compilation of economic essays by Adam Smith, was published. This was in the early days of the American War for Independence and the air was full of hope and transformation. On May 1 of the same year the secret society known as the Illuminati was founded by Adam Weishaupt.
And later that year, in December, Thomas Paine writes the now famous line in which in which he states:
“These are the times that try men’s souls.”
When we reflect from our vantage point today do we find that the times are any different? The souls of men are still being challenged and invisible hands still appear to be guiding events in the direction that the majority do not wish to be moving. Secret societies are still in the background manipulating the disorganized masses, as can be attested too by the overwhelming masonic symbolism in our socioeconomic environment, and the world stands on the cusp of a constant revolution. A revolution which never seems to materialize.
Apple Manufacturing iPhones in America, Ford Not Moving Factory, and the Dollar at Record Highs – What Do They Know?
By JC Collins
Is the dollar exchange rate regime about to break?
Contrary to the pre-election propaganda, the financial world did not end on November 9, 2016. Much like with the BREXIT vote, the opposite happened and markets reached new highs and everyone started to agree on re-negotiating trade deals and making new alliances.
Merging Lunar Islam with Solar Christianity
By JC Collins
The form of the Christ as the Sun God is positioned in direct diametric opposition to the form of Allah as the Moon God. Much like Christian culture uses a sun based calendar and sun imagery, Islamic culture uses a moon based calendar and moon imagery. The esoteric relationship between the Sun and the Moon seeks harmony through the transmutation of spirit and matter.
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