The “signs” are literally and figuratively everywhere. “Signs” that all but whisper, the prophecies of the book of Revelations are upon us. “Signs” that make this week’s blog of the utmost relevance. Signs that read, “We buy gold!”, “We’ll give you the highest price for your gold!”, and “Jewelry store going out of business, but we’ll give you top dollar for your gold!”. And moreover, the stores that are doing these sorts of transactions seemed to have popped up from out of nowhere.
There have been boasts on the news that pledge the recession of 2008, ended in June 2009, however, these “We’ll buy your gold!” fronts, eh hem, store-fronts, seem to be currently, January 2011, capitalizing off a demographic that begs to differ with what has been aired, by certain media outlets, as a bettering economy.
A quick story: Last year, around February 2010, a friend asked me to join her while she went to purchase some McDonald’s take-out for her young daughter. While out, this friend stopped at a store simply called, “We Buy Gold”. I sat in the car while this friend ventured inside, not thinking much of the pit stop until this friend began to take a long time to return to the car. Impatience eventually consumed me, and I ended up going inside the store. Once inside “We Buy Gold”, I couldn’t help but notice the establishment was furnished with nothing more than a used, rinkydink couch for customers to sit on while they waited their turn to be served; two folding-tables, separated from each other by a bull-pin type wall that stood approximately four feet high; and two chairs facing the two folding tables, which had two store representative sitting behind them. The store representatives were serving a set of customers wearing tethered clothing and facial expression that led me to believe they weren’t too happy about their decision to sell their jewelry.
When I walked up to my friend, she was closing out a deal whereby she was given nearly $350 from the store representative in exchange for a couple small pieces of gold jewelry; a broken earring (dime-sized circumference, nearly paper thin) and what looked like a short, extremely thin, neck chain or wrist bracelet. Needless to say, I was blown away by what I was witnessing and I began to wonder, what kind of foolish business would throw money away like this in exchange for such meager gold scraps that wouldn’t melt down to much of anything. We soon left the store, but on the ride back to this friend’s house, my mind thought back to a jream I had in 2005, and again in 2007. In the jream, I saw Michael Jackson crying, and throwing money angrily into a burning fire. I remember waking from that jream, thinking back on a news airing whereby it was being publicized that Michael Jackson had allegedly done such a thing… burn money. Supposedly witnessed by one of his household members or visitors, Jackson was seen tossing reams of money into the roaring flames of one of his many fireplaces… for warmth. So, after pondering a few more moments over Jackson’s so-called, “disrespectful and illegal” act, I then came up with the question, “Was Michael’s act of burning American money, symbolic?”.
Now, think about this: Paper money comes from wood (trees), and wood can be “used” to build, and also to destroy. Example: wood can be used, in collaboration with other materials, to build a home. And, alternatively, under the right conditions, if you set fire to that same wood, the home can go up in flames and burn to ashes; or in other words… be destroyed. This example would prove that wood has a God quality and depending on who‘s in possession, or control, of wood’s God quality, that person or entity has ascertained a degree of power to execute their, or its, objectives, be it those objectives are positive or negative. So let’s examine some instances where it would be commonly acceptable to burn wood. And, keep in mind, wood in any form, even paper, is still wood, only – remembering what I communicated earlier in this blog, that everything is symbolic – the thinner you cut the wood, the weaker and less valuable it becomes; the more fragile and destructible it becomes; and the more easy it is to manipulate. Example: light a sheet of paper with a match (adults only please), and then light a log of wood with a match. How fast does the weaker form of wood, the sheet of paper, burn than the log? Wood’s fragile paper state and purpose reduces to a value of “nothing” inside of mere seconds, doesn‘t it? So, what purpose do we have for this form of wood, paper? Especially, in the year 2011, when computers, the internet, and digital data storage services practically eliminating paper‘s necessity all together. And trust, the MAJOR CORPORATIONS are leading the way, closing out their email communications to us with the new green “P”, followed by “Please consider the environment before you print this email.” [Side note: we will cover this “P” doozy in another blog]. Now, please understand that I’m not saying paper has never been of some benefit, we all know that even insinuating such a thing would be extremely far from the truth. However, what I would like us to do is begin to THINK and analyze the “symbolism” of a thing, rather than the “physical actuality” of a thing. I believe that when we do so, and with practice, we can then learn to observe this reality and its happenings, spiritually; or if it be permissible to use a term that may be better acceptable to non-spiritual individuals, instinctively. This simply means that we begin to think and discern using our gut feeling; that inner voice; that same inclination that tells birds when its time to fly south for the winter, and schools of fish, where to swim in accordance with the ever changing tide and currents.
Now, examining the happenings of this world in that spiritual, or instinctive, mind-set discussed above, and in physical observance of wood, in its paper state, becoming obsolete, why wouldn’t we then think that the US dollar, and all other forms of paper currency, are soon moving toward eradication? Let’s think further… At one time, not too long ago, was not trees cut down to make a form of US entitlement currency… paper food stamps? And, wasn’t it simply announced one day, by some authority, that “electronic” forms of entitlement currency would be instituted on plastic cards labeled EBT cards; and those cards replace the use of paper food stamps. This “authority” simply did away with paper food stamps, the same way Michael Jackson just did away with paper money… money that he earned. It seems to me that it doesn’t matter how the act was executed, the result was the same; the paper was printed and when it was no longer desired or deemed to hold any value other than being a piece of paper (still wood), it was destroyed by who was in possession or control of it. Remove the title of who destroyed the currency, the act and result was the same. It was deemed nothing more than paper (wood) and was destroyed in exchange for something else. Jackson fueled his fireplace for warmth, and the government, or the government’s controlling entity, destroyed the paper in exchange for a piece of plastic that is going to ultimately grant the government more power and control over it‘s slaves. [We’ll talk about that in another blog as well.]
So what exactly was so “flighty”, disrespectful, and illegal about Michael Jackson burning paper? Was it because the paper had ink on it and was labeled money? Ahhh… money.
You mean to tell me that wood can be legally cut and chemically manipulated by certain corporations for profit in order to make things like writing and printing paper, but it becomes a crime to cut, manipulate, OR BURN, paper once it takes on the monetary ink markings of the devil? Well, what if I said, money is a trick, a lie, a manipulation, and a game executed by the soul stealer? Have you ever really thought about how many lives have been lost to this illusion labeled money; paper that isn’t anything more than wood, stripped and cut from its roots and original purpose. AGAIN, EVERYTHING IN THIS LIFE IS SYMBOLIC, EVERYTHING. Humans, the ones God created, were by nature, good, trusting, and loving, but through the devil’s deceptions and half-truths, God’s greatest creation was stripped and cut from its roots and original purpose. You probably never thought you could be compared to wood, huh? Trust, any thing created of God, will have specific properties and characteristics of God.
Gods people where created in His image, and therefore by inheritance, just like wood in its original state, God’s people have direct and indirect properties that allow them the capability of building and destroying. We are a powerful universal force and such power can be deemed a threat by negative energies that seek to control such power. You can look at the symbolism surrounding a thing, a circumstance, or a situation to identify whether some thing or someone is of God, or of the devil. God builds and provides and carries you when you are weak. The devil sets the stage for your destruction when you are weak, but with craftiness, the devil can make one‘s utter destruction look like your greatest prayer answered. In hard times, being able to exchange scraps of gold and silver for large sums of money may seem like a blessing and a relief, but in the biblical text of Ezekiel 18:4, it reads, “In thy wisdom and in thine intelligence thou hast gotten thee riches, and hast gotten gold and silver in thy treasures…” God tells us to use wisdom and intelligence – and these virtues are two separate things – to attain GOLD AND SILVER, however, the devil has told his minions to deceive the world and have them rob, kill, imprison, lie, betray, and other such atrocities in the name of a money illusion, and not follow God’s word and instruction. In the bible, gold represents goodness and silver represents truth, yet the deceiver okays the destruction of trees, in order to make paper money, and plaster on it, graven images, another biblical no-no, of dead presidents and satanic symbols of devil worship, and then, give the abomination unto God false value. Well, NEWS FLASH, paper money was NEVER to be considered as legal tender under The United States Constitution. The United States Constitution, established and signed by America’s forefathers, clearly states that gold and silver are the only legal tender. This information is found in Article One, Section Ten of The Constitution and reads, “Powers prohibited of States – No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.”
So if we again examine this that we are doing symbolically, when we run to sell our gold and silver to these “We buy gold!” establishments, are we really saying, “Here, take our gold (goodness) and silver (truth), and give us more money (deceit, lies, killing, and devil worship) because times are hard and we need it, or worse yet, we just want it. And, if The Constitution doesn’t acknowledge paper money as legal tender, then what entity has manipulated and deceived us into believing paper money holds value. The very same entity that used the money illusion to make us rob one another; kill one another; wrongfully imprison one another; degrade, betray, and otherwise mistreat one another. And, if money really has a nothing value – remembering that everything is symbolic – then we have committed some horrendous transgressions against our fellow man… for nothing. Do you think this madness was not strategically planned? Do you not think that God’s law of ashes to ashes, dust to dust doesn’t apply here? Nothing will return to nothing. Do you not think the author of this “money” lie and deceit did not know the collapse of the US dollar would occur? You’ve been “used“. But for what purpose? The bible says, in Ephesians 6:12, “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high [places].”
The contents of this blog is a working excerpt from the upcoming title, The Devil’s Playing Ground, by Jreamwriter, and is of the [faction] genre, a written work using a combination of facts and fiction story telling. This message is not for everyone, but for those that have eyes to see, ears to hear, and the enough curiosity and intelligence to at least want to know what’s fact and what’s fiction. May the veil be lifted.