60 - And 500 - Year Cycles
The 500 - Year Cycles
"Once this new reality becomes painfully obvious to the average man and women (sic), everyone will try to sell at once -- to mitigate losses. This will compound the problem and will usher in an overall collapse in prices.
"Bankruptcies ... will skyrocket."
"A people accustomed to borrowing their way to prosperity -- will now have to learn how to start over, often with nothing. This will lead to an overall change in social sentiment.
"Gone will be the arrogance of the 'me' generation.
"Gone will be all the luxuries, perks and taken-for-granted demands of a people who believe the good times would never end.
"It will become the day of the saver. To those who have saved, there will be unheard of bargains for everything from homes to cars to office buildings.
"A new generation of millionaires will be created as wealth shifts pockets once in a generation.
"It will be a glorious and frightening time to be aline-- depending on whether you are a saver or spendthrift.
"Of course, the wildcard is the Y2K, which promises to intensify overall suffering along the way."
The 60 - Year Cycles
The investment craze has even hit the religious. The Daughters of Charity, an order of nuns of the Holy Roman Catholic Church of Saint Vincent de Paul, of Paris, France, headquartered in Boston, has now considered it the better of business acumen to shut down 1/5 of its its chairty hospitals. Instead, it increased its portfolio investments to two-billion dollars. When the Total Collapse comes, so will their investment.
Right now, 1998, bankruptcy rate is the highest it has ever been in America's history. Yet, we are told that things in America, especially economic wise, are better than ever. Then why are bankruptcies so high?The Answer:
One would think that bankruptcies would shrink in an expanding economy; and ballon in the hardtimes of depressions or recessions. History demonstrates, that during a recession or depression, the rate at which a society files for bankruptcy falls. This is counter to good logic, but it happens because during economic good times, lenders of money institutions are ready to lend more money to borrowers who are bad risk!
America's bankruptcy record of today reflects this. Our lenders are, in effect, saying that we are in a good solid economy. Their actions--making risky loans to borrowers--underpinds the idea of a solid economy, not a bad one. But this actions underminds the strength of America's economy and sets the stage for the worst time in history for Americans who have never been through a depression. We are now living on false hopes and faith.
But The Point Is This:
The people living in era after the 1500s began, did not know they were now living in a new era. They just knew things were happening and different. This is the same thing that happened in 1930--they did not know a Great Depression was occurring! There were up swings during this time in the stock market early in the crash. They just knew something was bad that was not good and it would soon be over. But it wasn'; it took the second world war to revive the economy.
It took someone else to tell them what they had just been through when it was over! They did not know what was occurring to them while it was in the process. Only...only, after it was over did they fully understand and see the consequences of what happened to them and the consequences of their folly--easy credit, lack of conservative business practices, inventive, creative accounting procedures, and more.
The same thing is happening today. We are on the edge of a Total Shutdown of our society as we know it. It may last for years, or even decades. We are picnicking on "the banks of Hell!"
And...We Are Now At The End Of Both Cycles
"America is on the verge of a devasting economic collapse far worse than that of the Great Depression of 1929!"
"Millions of people with jobs that seem secure and savings that seem protected will find themselves--overnight--freezing on the streets and starving like dogs."
"The coming crisis will strike early in 1998. It will virtually grab the national economy by the throat and squeeze the very life out of it." [Webmaster's Note: her time table was off, but still on track. For a more accurate time table, see: The Three Tidal Waves ... and then The Final One, at the Menu of this Web Site].
"The people who feel the most secure--the ones with lucrative jobs, health insurance, 401(k)s, and retirement plans--will be hit the hardest because they'll be the least able to adapt."
"Only weeks after the banks and other financial institutions close, money itself will be without value."
"Millions will die, unable to buy anything--even those with money in their pockets."
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"We must make many sacrifices, perform much penance, and visit the Blessed Sacrament frequently. But, first, we must lead good lives. If we do not, a chastisement will befall us. The cup is already filling up and, if we do not change, a very great chastisement will come upon us." Message of October 18, 1961
As my message of October 18, 1961 has not been complied with and has not been made known to the world, I am advising you that this is the last one.
Before, the cup was filling up. Now it is flowing over.
Many cardinals, many bishops and many priest are on the road to perdition and are taking many souls with them. Less and less importance is being given to the Eucharist. You should turn the wrath of God away from yourselves by your efforts. If you ask him forgiveness with sincere hearts, he will pardon you.
I, your Mother, through the intercession of Saint Michael the archangel, ask you to amend your lives.
You are now receiving the last warnings.
I love you very much and do not want your condemnation.
Pray to us with sincerity and we will grant your request. You should make more sacrifices. Think about the passion of Jesus.