Friday, June 30, 2006

How to plan for the future

Using Steven Gibbs HDR, I have seen a recurring scenario, mainly one of massive megadisasters with a dramatic drop in global population. However, the question is how do we prepare for upcoming events?

First of all we need to plan both short tem and long term. Instead of buying a hybrid car, they are very expensive, I prefer to buy a used scooter approx $300 and a used bike approx $30.

Fuel will be in short supply due to disruptions in the Persian Gulf area. An electric powered scooter will give you the ability to travel many miles without getting tired.

After collapse of society we need to think what is important. In our current society we have what is know as an asset allocation model, you put part of your money in {real estate, stocks, bonds, metals, & cash} If you put all your money in real estate and you need to get some out, it might be months before the property is sold, contrawise, if you put all your money in cash, the bank pays such a low rate of return that you lose money - due to inflation - rather than make money each year.

But let us imagine a world without any infrastructure after the crash, how do we allocate our resources? Dollars are worthless, there are plenty of empty houses around, no stock market, and gold is a lot cheaper than it is now because people cannot eat gold.

Let me give you an idea of prices after the crash. Let us say that a can of tuna costs $1 now, and in 2026 you can buy five cans of tuna with a gold ounce coin, so gold goes from $500 an ounce to about $5 an ounce in term of food.

It would cost me about three cans of tuna to get a hummer, but there is very little fuel, and about one can of tuna to get a bicycle. I believe the bicycle is a better buy - fuelless transport.

The average wage is three ounces of gold a day, sounds like a lot, until you realize that that an ouncer gold coin can buy you a dozen eggs. On the plus side, a house costs only 5 gold coins. There are lots of empty prewar houses.

John Titor said that in 2036 hand drills and manual typewritters were very valuable. Actually, people are more interested in finding food than in sending a letter as there is no more post office and no guv.

Your asset allocation model should be heavily weighted toward commodities, as in cans of tuna. :)

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Jump to 2011 using astral time travel

Using Astral Time Travel, I was able to learn about what happens in 2011. This is my first venture inside the protected 2010-2015 box.

What I saw was all power was gone, no cars on highway. It was warm outside so it was probably in June or July. I could not see how high the grass was, but in a jump to 2017 I saw overgrown lawn, green pools, and skeletons of ruined cities.

It seems that there were dark clouds, as I did not any stars, but I know that there was no nuclear war. This is because the structures appeared to be intact and there is a harsh nuclear winter after WWIII. My guess is that WWIII takes place in 2015, if at all.

Please listen to an audio interview by Al Bielek about the future.

Monday, June 26, 2006

Al Bielek Montauk Project

I believe the Al Bielek was involved in the Montauk Project. He along with Preston Nichols, Duncan Cameron, and many others participating in the time travel experiment held during the 1980’s. The purpose of this experiment was to influence the past and future. Steven Gibbs told me that he had been asked to join, but he was not interested in joining Al Bielek and the Montaukians. It was at this time that Steven Gibbs was working on the Hyper Dimensional Resonator. The HDR was an improved form of the Sonic Resonator which Steven Gibbs built in 1981.

Much of the technology that was used was originally developed in the 1940’s for the Philadelphia Experiment - the use of powerful electromagnets to distort a time field.

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Trip back in time

The current situation in Iraq is close to what was happening in Vietnam in the 60's. Lets listen to Spiro Agnew talk about hippies. If you listen to Nixon and the threat of communism it sounds almost like ush talking about global terror.

Back then it was hunting for commies, now the commies in Red China make most of our stuff...

Friday, June 16, 2006

Gasoline Rationed?

In the future I saw ration books for food and fuel. Long lines to get a loaf of bread and super long lines to get fuel. The ration books were issued to the head of household and a limit was assigned based on how essential the job was and other factors.

People that had houses with even numbers got gas on even number days and houses with odd numbers on odd number days. They said that this is unfair because there are more odd days than even. Well, maybe it is time for the odd to get even!

This top link shows a similar rationing plan.

To extend their fuel people mix up to 10% alcohol with the gas, and even added paint thinner, kero, oil, etc.

Let me tell you that motorbikes are quite the popular choice.
Using astral time travel I saw the streets full of "mopeds".

Friday, June 09, 2006

HDR Equipment

Here are pics of Steven Gibbs equipment including HDR that I like to use. My goal is to explore the world of magnetism and strange effects such as the Huchison effect.

Using these devices to further my understanding of psychic phenomena induced by magnetic anomalies.

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Bird Flu Pandemic

In the event of a pandemic, international flights may be cancelled thus making traveling abroad very difficult. This has severe economic implications for the world economy. International business may be limited due to import restrictions aimed at reducing the spread of this pathogen. Quarantines may be initiated once evidence of viral mutation facilitating human to human transmission of avian influenza is established. Attempts to limit travel of people to areas with documented H5N1 outbreaks will cause disruptions. Governments will respond to a Avian Influenza pandemic by imposing various public health measures that restrict domestic travel and movement of goods.

Citizens are requested to begin stockpiling food, fuel, and other essential supplies as their availability cannot be guaranteed in a catastrophe. There may arise a need to ration basic supplies as well as limit unnecessary travel. Relocation to regions of low population density will improve your survival rate, as well as reduce your dependence on scarce resources.

To illustrate the impact of bird flu, the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 was a lot less deadly. This Spanish flu killed 50-100 million people, approx 1.4% of those infected. This is more people than died in WWI & WWII combined. The Bird Flu is currently killing 70-80% of the people who get it, up from 50% last year. It has progressively grown more virulent.

Saturday, June 03, 2006

Seems we can stop worrying about the big event on July 4, 2006. It was going to be a loud noise.
Police in Tornoto caught some bad boys with their toys.

This is good news because now we do not have to worry about the US invading Iran any time soon. :)