A reader asks; How do we analyze the timeline to the end and will there be a great awakening?

Mr. Stone… Previously you concluded as follows:

“The timeline of these last days are laid out like a road map on the breakfast table, and I don’t need the distractions of any prophets, other than those that are already contained in scripture. It’s as plain as the nose on my face”.

I would very much like to understand this timeline!


A needed force majeure

Prior to the manufactured covid crisis early 2020, my previous blog theorized that a force majeure would be needed to upend the dollar-based monetary system. Traditionally speaking, government force majeures have historically occurred through war or the costs of fighting war. However, a government coup can be just as effective. Those who usurp government control through a coup d’etat have often repudiated prior outstanding government debts.

In response to the longstanding critics of this current monetary system, I had stated that when it comes to the United States, its force majeure could only be from military loss, and this loss would be the catalyst to create a global monetary and financial system.

My reasoning was straightforward and based on observation. By 2010, quantitative easing (QE) had become generally accepted as an effective means to fund government deficits throughout the world, and investors and economic stakeholders accepted it. Thus, I knew that some sort of manufactured exogenous factor would be needed to create this needed force majeure that would upend the system.

Taken in isolation, none of this means anything about the end times as I often stated that QE was a viable strategy to fund fiscal deficit spending as long as inflation remained low and governments feigned fiscal restraint. If QE was used as intended when Ben Bernanke developed the QE concept, this method of financing budget gaps could have been employed indefinitely.

The horsemen are emerging

Circumstances have changed quite drastically since the manufactured COVID-19 crisis emerged in early 2020. It is now becoming self-evident that the COVID crisis was manufactured to create the circumstances that would provide the catalysts to accelerate humanity towards 2030 and the Great Reset.

Let me explain.

The black horse

As a result of covid, governments around the world no longer seemed to care about practicing fiscal prudence and the central banking cartel was quite happy accommodating the demands of the governments to fuel the covid stimulus plans. Despite evidence to the contrary, the central banks remained willfully nonchalant in estimating the ramifications of the wild fiscal and monetary programs attributed to covid. This unleashed the out-of-control cost of living crisis we are now experiencing.

Unfortunately, for the mass waves of humanity, this cost of living crisis will not abate anytime soon and will most likely drag on for much of the decade. The common man will increasingly be crushed, regardless of where bond yields end up. High bond yields destroy the lives of the many who cannot adjust, while low bond yields create spiraling asset price inflation.

The governments of the developed economies don’t seem to seem to care about reining in their spending. Since the governments are just golem used to subdue the populations, the exploding levels of government debt are clearly directing us towards some sort of fiscal denouement of epic proportions later this decade. The authorities at the top are not stupid and are well aware of what their actions bring.

Those at the very top do not think like you and I do, they want a new system, and are working diligently as we speak to make it a reality.

The pale horse

I have submitted to the reader on many occasions that the global mRNA bioweapon injection campaign that commenced in early 2021 was the releasing of the pale horse from the stables. It is now becoming apparent that the mRNA injections are not safe and effective, nor do they help with overcoming covid. Rather they are a slow kill method of grinding down humanity in preparation for the Great Reset or, as I’ve been saying, the Great Tribulation. The accelerated death and sickness rates have not waned, but rather continue to firm up.

The red horse

A proper identification of the Israelites in the last days affords an eschatological analyst with the proper means to gauge where humanity stands along the timeline to the end.

The Rothschilds and the central banking cartel created the tableau necessary to found the nation state of Israel. To those who study the Bible without the corruption of the Scofield errors and political correctness, it’s clear that the residents of this nation state are not entitled to the name, Israel. Moreover, these people really aren’t the Israelites from the Bible. Thus the true Israelite remnants are living somewhere on this planet, according to the last day promises. There’s only one group of people that fits all of these categories, and when we can accurately determine who these people are, then the end time prophecies all fit together perfectly. This particular race of people is also the one being persecuted by our adversary.

This is how we can blend the OT prophets with those in the NT.

So, what does this mean? I can easily analyze the current global military layout and determine that this upcoming global conflict will be the one referred to throughout the Bible as that great battle in the latter days and the time of Jacob’s trouble. I can easily conclude that the emerging sides of this upcoming conflict mirror the sides described by the Old Testament prophets. This is why I am warning my readers that this manufactured regional war in the Middle East is the beginning of a widening military campaign that will soon engulf the whole world within a few years. This red horse will gallop upon the world and devour peoples and nations by the time it’s over at the end of the decade.

The first man on the white horse

Given all of the manufactured crises that have emerged since early 2020, I submit to you that the world is being set up for a man who will appear to have all the answers. This man is not quite ready yet to appear to the world, but when circumstances become more ostensibly untenable, he will appear on the scene and the world will embrace him. The Judeo-Christian church wIll embrace this man and most Western Christians will side with him and the false Israel.

Let me conclude with one observation. Are the circumstances surrounding endtime events written in stone by Our Creator or are they being manufactured by our adversary on purpose? I submit that it doesn’t matter.

A great awakening?

On another matter, so many of our national and the world’s current problems are the culmination of central banking, strategy, policy and the manner in which money originates. Much of your writings are based upon how to survive a coming reset. Surely it’s coming! No argument there. However, on another vector so to speak, how can one make a difference in the whole scheme of things. How to make a difference by waking up the masses? Many of the original principles of our Republic are already gone – to a slow socialist erosion. I don’t see anything other than to plan for one’s self and family while watching it crumble further or perhaps entirely. Any ideas on effectuating change?


I think you already answered your question. Indeed, the remnant is too small to affect change on its own. Any person who occupies his or her mind with race, social justice, and equality are doing the work of our enemy, regardless of one’s intent.

The Bible makes it very clear that the masses of humanity will never wake up until the judgment. It is clear that the masses of humanity will fight Jesus and his angels to the bitter end. The two witnesses will appear and the world will hate them. There will be no mass awakening. That is all just false conjecture coming from the compromised alt-media.

How I try to help others is by writing these words, living as Godly an existence as possible, praying several times a day, and planning financially and spiritually for what is now taking place. We are to put it in our hearts that we will need to lay down our lives for our loved ones and friends. This is the important commandment that Jesus tells us. We are to detach from this world, yet work towards well defined goals that will allow us to make it through to the end. Nothing can turn this around under current circumstances and if you try to wake up others they will throw you in the ditch with them and try to ruin your life. I am making my best attempts to leave the multicultural areas and to work more exclusively with my kind of people. I would advise you doing the same.

God bless and Godspeed to all who read these words.

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11 thoughts on “A reader asks; How do we analyze the timeline to the end and will there be a great awakening?

  1. No matter how “poorly” a Fed chair performs, the SoS press always backs him. Of course, Powell executed a marvelous job to help the wealth consolidation phase leading up to the formation of the One World government…

    MW The loser of Time Magazine’s person of the year nailed the soft landing. What now?

    12/11/23 6:58 AM

    Is Time Magazine already regretting its decision for Person of the Year?

    Not from a publicity for the magazine standpoint, or for magazine sales … okay, of course Time doesn’t regret the choice. But from a sheer impact standpoint, the jobs data saying 199,000 jobs were created in November showed that Person of the Year finalist, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, seems to have absolutely nailed the soft landing after the swiftest (ahem) rate hike campaign in decades. Taylor may be worth billions, but the U.S. economy is worth, at last count, $27.64 trillion.

    Ed Yardeni absolutely buries the hard landers, the gloom and doomers who expected a nose-dive for the U.S. economy, in a new commentary for Monday. Sure, Yardeni notes, there’s a litany of valid reasons why the U.S. economy may have sunk: that rate hike campaign, the inversion of the yield curve since the summer of 2022, the years-long falling of the index of leading indicators, the declining M2 money supply in real terms.

    “We’ve provided several explanations for why the hard landers and their indicators have been wrong so far,” says the chief investment strategist at Yardeni Research who coined the phrase, “bond vigilante.”

    “Here’s a new one: Perhaps the Fed hasn’t been tightening monetary policy so much as normalizing it. Interest rates are back to the Old Normal. They are back to where they were before the New Abnormal period between the Great Financial Crisis and the Great Virus Crisis, during which the Fed pegged interest rates near zero.”

    That implies the Fed may not lower interest rates by the four times expected by the market; Yardeni says the Fed may opt for just two cuts next year.

    What Yardeni calls the earned income proxy – payroll employment in the private sector, average weekly hours and average hourly earnings – together rose 0.8% month over month, and “undoubtedly well exceeded the month’s inflation rate, boosting the purchasing power of consumers.”

    He also poured cold water on those favoring the story from gross domestic income (which has been weak) over gross domestic product (which has been strong). “Some economists simply take the average of GDP and GDI,” he says, and in fact, the Commerce Department itself advises people to average the two. “For now, we see plenty of evidence to stick with our views that the economy is resilient and productivity growth is making a comeback. The stock market seems to agree with us.”

    The week’s most important economic indicator is Tuesday’s release of the consumer price index, but strategists at Morgan Stanley led by Mike Wilson point out the predictive power of the producer price index, specifically the finished goods components, for how closely it tracks S&P 500 sales growth. They do note that the PPI deceleration doesn’t match the most recent survey from the National Federation of Independent Business, which suggests companies are planning to raise prices into next year.

    This content was created by MarketWatch, which is operated by Dow Jones & Co. MarketWatch is published independently from Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal.

    (END) Dow Jones Newswires
    12-11-23 0658EST

  2. I feel fortunate to come across this website. This is a Godsend. There was a website with similar like minded bloggers that suddenly closed down.The communist snowflakes caught up with that one. I had to look for another spot to be able to discuss freely about the love of God and current issues in a truthful manner that is not subject to political correctness and melting snowflakes.

    1. Alex Jones is back on Twitter X. I’ll follow his feed, though he is one huge red herring. I don’t know the people whom he’s referring to in the patriot movement, but I can keep up on his output. The blog can go back to dumping on Jones, the #masonicpuppet once again.

      With “allies” like Jones and Trump in our corner we don’t need any enemies.

  3. Argentina will most likely experience a massive wave of wealth consolidation as the new regime chooses a who’s who list of insider central and investment bankers to help run the new government….

    Milei Is Sworn In as Argentina Braces for His Shock Therapy

    (Bloomberg) — Javier Milei took office as Argentina’s president Sunday, promising to eradicate inflation and rescue the nation’s troubled economy with a shock-therapy program based on drastic cuts to public spending.

    The libertarian leader, who beat out Argentina’s traditional political coalitions to win an election run-off last month, took the oath of office in a ceremony in congress, where he received the presidential sash from his predecessor to the chant of “freedom, freedom.”

    He then delivered a somber message to the nation, warning that Argentines will have to endure additional pain while he works to pull the country from the economic crisis inherited from his predecessor. The outgoing administration of Alberto Fernandez has planted inflation that could reach 15,000% if the government doesn’t change course, he said.

    “They’ve ruined our lives,” Milei told a large public waiting for him outside congress. “There’s no money.”

    He reiterated his pledge to cut spending rapidly, saying “there’s no alternative, nor much time.” The economy will worsen in the short term before turning around, he added.

    Attending the ceremony were the Latin American presidents of Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile, alongside European leaders including Hungary’s Viktor Orban and Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskiy. Brazil’s Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva didn’t attend his inauguration, being represented by his foreign minister.

    During the campaign, Milei’s radical proposals to rein in inflation — such as introducing the dollar as an alternative to the peso and shutting down the central bank — resonated with Argentines outraged with consumer prices soaring more 140% a year. But in an unexpected turn to pragmatism, he seemed to put such difficult-to-implement plans on the back burner, prioritizing a classic program of fiscal adjustment instead.

    His first measures will be announced at a news conference Monday morning, according to his spokesman.

    Signs of Milei’s pragmatism became apparent with his first cabinet choices, which pleased investors and triggered a rally in the nation’s dollar bonds and stocks.

    He appointed Patricia Bullrich, a former adversary who joined forces with him after being defeated in the first round of the presidential election, to be his security minister. And he handed the crucial economy ministry job to Luis Caputo, a former finance chief and central bank president who also negotiated with holdout debt investors and the International Monetary Fund during the administration of Mauricio Macri.

    Caputo then tapped his longtime colleague Santiago Bausili, a Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan Chase & Co veteran, to run Argentina’s central bank.

    Tough Times Ahead

    Milei will also need sharp political skills to navigate tough and relatively long periods of still fast inflation coupled with economic stagnation aggravated by his own austerity measures. Stagflation is likely to last for more than a year in the country, he’s been warning Argentines, whose tolerance to economic pain may quickly run out after years of failed stabilization policies.

    On top of that, Milei will have to build a support base in a fragmented congress whose lawmakers in recent years have rejected IMF deals and budget bills proposed by presidents from their own parties. His pivot to pragmatism is seen as an attempt to build bridges in congress in order to win votes for his reform agenda.

    Another challenge for the president will be to maintain popular support amid likely cuts to government subsidies that currently bring some relief to vulnerable Argentines, particularly the 45% of the population living in poverty.

    Powerful labor unions and social movements have already vowed to resist his austerity campaign, although he has promised that spending cuts wouldn’t affect the poor. Previous belt-tightening plans in Argentina led to a surge in inflation as prices of transportation and utilities jumped when subsidies were removed.

    Milei has already set himself apart from past Argentine presidents by taking an unconventional path to the presidency.

    A corporate economist most of his life, he became a TV celebrity by 2018, appearing on debate shows and cross-fire segments. He gained the national spotlight with an angry rhetoric and drain-the-swap message against the established political class, serving just one term as a congress representative before being catapulted into the nation’s highest office.

    The straightforward style he developed in those debates was also on display during his inauguration speech.

    “I prefer to tell you an uncomfortable truth than soothing lie,” he told his audience. “It’ll be difficult, but we will be successful.”

  4. The government hates its citizens and it has been teaching us to hate ourselves. The typical person cannot comprehend this, which is why these people vote and take mRNA bioweapon injections.

    I suggest we don’t waste our time voting and concerning ourselves about which puppet is in office. Here in the states, the Republicans would at least slow down the process, which is why they are not in control. Trump was placed in his position as carnival barker to dismantle the Republican party until war. The growing majority of multicoloreds possess learned helplessness and victimhood, and the Marxist planks appeal to them.

    Nothing is new under the Sun. The poor and stupid always fall for the lies. The smart know about the lies and profit.

  5. Thank you “Thom” for continuing to write for us despite the adversity.
    I personally appreciate it very much.

  6. Could be a problem in the SFR market…

    Hedge Fund Housing Ban: A Game-Changer For The US Single-family Home Market?

    Democrats in Congress introduced a bill on Tuesday that could mark the end of hedge funds’ interference in the U.S. single-family home market.

    First reported by the New York Times, the End Hedge Fund Control of American Homes Act of 2023, introduced by Senator (D-OR) Jeff Merkley and Representative Adam Smith (D-WA), aims to put the brakes on hedge funds — defined as corporations, partnerships, or real estate investment trusts that manage pooled funds from investors — from buying and holding single-family homes indefinitely.

    What Does The Bill Entail?

    The bill proposes a drastic shift in the single-family housing market. If signed into law, hedge funds and similar entities must divest from single-family homes within 10 years, eventually barring them from owning such properties in the future. This move comes amid concerns that these funds are skewing the housing market dynamics.

    The Rationale Behind The Legislation

    Proponents of the bill argue that hedge funds have been warping the housing market dynamics. This concern stems from the notable shift in Wall Street’s strategy following the 2008 financial crisis, where firms increasingly acquired foreclosed single-family homes and consequently expanded their influence in the rental market.

    By June 2022, institutional investors accounted for 3% of all single-family rentals nationwide, a figure that has become more pronounced in more economically accessible areas.

    A closer examination of specific markets, as detailed in an Urban Institute research report from April 2023, reveals this trend in sharper relief:

    In Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA, institutional investors own 10.0% of all types of rental properties. Yet, when one looks only at single-family rentals, institutional investors own 28.6% of these properties. For Jacksonville, FL, institutional investors own 8.5% of all rental properties and 24.2% of single-family rental properties. Birmingham-Hoover, AL sees 5.6% of all rentals and 15.1% of single-family rentals under institutional ownership. For Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC, the figures are 7.1% and 20.1%, respectively, in favor of institutional ownership.

    REITs Involved In The Single-family Home Market

    Invitation Homes (NYSE:INVH): A leading player in the single-family rental sector, Invitation Homes has a significant portfolio across the U.S. American Homes 4 Rent (NYSE:AMH): This company specializes in acquiring, renovating and leasing homes, with a robust presence nationwide. Tricon Residential Inc. (NYSE:TCN): Focused on rental housing in North America, Tricon has a growing portfolio in the single-family sector. Zillow Group (NYSE:Z): Primarily a real estate marketplace, Zillow also ventured into buying and selling homes.

    A Panacea For An Expensive Housing Market?

    While reducing hedge fund dominance could ease some market pressures, it may not be a comprehensive solution for improving the U.S. housing market affordability.

    At present, the average price of a single-family home in the United States — $513,400 in Q3 2032 — is approximately seven times greater than the median annual household income in the country, which was $74,580 in 2022. This ratio markedly exceeds the long-term average, where historically, house prices have been about five times greater than household incomes.

    JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has long advocated a different angle, emphasizing the chronic underbuilding of housing in the U.S. He has argued that, without addressing this supply-demand gap, housing prices are unlikely to drop significantly.

    Latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau highlight a continuing shortfall. Building permits in October 2023 stood at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.498 million, with housing starts at 1.372 million.

    These figures are substantially lower (34% and 38%, respectively) than pre-2008 crisis levels.

    1. I think another problem that is hindering housing supply is many areas are running out of space to build new houses. In addition, increasing zoning restrictions are limiting the land where houses can be built.
      I know a middle aged buyer who is waiting for housing prices to come down to buy his first house in my area. I think he will be a very old man before that happens.

      1. Open borders and mixed family formation causes weakness in the family unit. This results in smaller and less stable family units, which creates more overall demand. Feminism is a wonderful catalyst for higher consumer demand as well. All these empty single females spend tons of money on themselves and largely live alone. They need housing, too.

        Demographics ultimately play the primary role. If the mixed breeds didn’t have open borders and were not encouraged to perpetuate their deviances, housing would have never been a problem.

        We must recognize how the retarded masses have embraced Marxism in its manifold forms. It’s all about lifting up the minority at the expense of the majority, though only the asset owners win. I cannot be any more plain, while the masses get dumbed down, mix up, and fornicate, we must be the landlord. This is why our adversary is making it more and more difficult to be a landlord.

  7. Bloomberg weekend economic update..

    There have been quite a few metrics of late indicating the US economy is slowing down following the Federal Reserve’s long campaign to rein in inflation. But the robust American labor market isn’t going quietly. Employment and wages increased in November and more people entered the labor force, defying expectations of continued softening as the central bank seeks to stick a soft landing. While this is good news for the American worker, it’s deflating hopes on Wall Street that the Fed will cut interest rates early next year. Over in Europe, rapidly weakening inflation and a feeble economy have raised bets the European Central Bank will slash rates in 2024.

    Across America, the good jobs news came with a bonus: wage growth remains strong as inflation continues to slow. But of course that lends to concerns that price pressures might be harder to stamp out. The Fed meets next week with many expecting it will hold interest rates steady. The US economy meanwhile seems on track for that soft-landing Fed Chair Jerome Powell is aiming for. But he shouldn’t take a victory lap just yet, Karl W. Smith writes for Bloomberg Opinion. “The economy’s resilience suggests monetary policy may be broken, having contributed very little—if anything—to the big slowdown in inflation.”

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