Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Dow 11000 & Korean Crisis?

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So we may have a profound substantiation of my general thesis about the insanity of man and "Global Bipolar Disorder" hypothesis unfolding here:

I recently posted a series of videos on YouTube regarding "Dow 11000 & Manic-Depressive Man".

In this series I highlight how history unfolds in cycles and this can be explicitly seen by how reversals from psychologically important thousand marks in the DJIA coincide with historical shocks like the October 1973 Yom Kippur Arab-Israeli War (Dow 1K), Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 (Dow 3K) and 9/11 (Dow 10K):

While the focus in my writings has been on the DJIA, this also applies to other widely followed stock indices in other countries. As for a Korean crisis, obviously the key benchmarks in that part of the world would be South Korea's KOSPI, Japan's Nikkei, Hong Kong's Hang Seng and China's SSE. Low and behold, note how these major stock indices recently reversed from the 2000, 10000, 25000 and 3000 marks respectively:

As for the DJIA, it is poised above the 11000 mark. The reversal from Dow 11K in September of 2008 marked when the financial crisis hit that led to the Great Recession and currently ongoing global crisis. Another such reversal also occurred just before the May "flash crash" associated with the onset of the EU crisis that may soon be coming to a head:

So what?

Again, my point is that history is unfolding according to deterministic wave patterns and I believe this is proof that there is an overarching AUTHOR of human history. The ultimate form of delusional insanity that our species suffers from is in not recognizing this reality and acting accordingly. I believe I'm here to act as a spokesperson for the Author by pointing out the truth of HIStory and calling upon everyone to recognize God and abide by His Golden Rule of love.

"U.S. policy for dealing with the North Korean situation is inadequate because it focuses on North Korea in isolation as a rogue state, and naively seeks help from the Russians and Chinese to solve the problem. The North Korea situation and any future nuclear incident, wherever it occurs, must be seen against the background of Sino-Soviet 'convergence' strategy: the interaction of Russian and Chinese policy and the moves they make to derive strategic gains from critical situations should be closely studied."

- Anatoliy Golitsyn, the highest ranking KGB defector to the West, The Perestroika Deception, 1990, p.46

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