In White Rabbit #2, we ended our tale with a promise to consider what came next after the radical New Arabic Math was introduced to Europe at the dawn of her Renaissance. The adoption of the mystical Zero gave birth to the heretofore unconsidered world of Negative Numbers and flung the door wide open to abstract mathematical thought and resultant alchemical financial systems.
One of these systems was what is generally known today as Double-Entry Bookkeeping. A priestly student named Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli is generally credited with standardizing this system of accounting. He ran with that re-awakened crowd of Hermetic tutors that seem to always revolve around people like Leonardo da Vinci and the Medici banking family.
The thrust of Double-Entry Bookkeeping is that you start with a piece of paper and draw a T-bar across the top, resulting in two columns. One column is a list of your Assets, or Debits, and the other column is a list of your Liabilities Plus Capital, or Credits. The merchant’s goal is to end his day with the two columns coming out equal to each other. Or to put it another way, the two columns at the bottom of your ledger page are said to be “in balance” if you can successfully subtract the Credit side from the Debit side and have that subtraction come out equal to Zero. (Ah, there’s that Radical Zero concept again!)
This seems harmless enough, right? People do think so. They see it as a financial reflection of the “balance of nature.” Even Wikipedia admits: “In pre-modern Europe, double-entry bookkeeping had theological and cosmological connotations, recalling ‘both the scales of justice and the symmetry of God’s world.'” In fact, the very phrase “balance of nature” traces its roots to Herodotus, the Greek historian who had been educated in Egyptian mystery schools around the year 450 B.C.E. before the body of Hermetic wisdom was mysteriously “lost” only to resurface equally mysteriously 1700 years later.
But is that really how “Nature” works? At the end of the day, do all of the systems in our natural world finish up with every living thing zeroed out to a Balance of Equilibrium? This blog is posted to present an opposing view of the idea of “the balance” of Nature, or at least, not “balance” in the Banking sense of the word. In so doing, I hope to show that the premise of Double-Entry Bookkeeping is, rather than being a reflection of the “symmetry of God’s world,” is wholeheartedly out of step with “God’s world.”
ENERGY CREATES ENERGY
“Life begets life. Energy creates energy. It is by spending oneself that one becomes rich.”
― Sarah Bernhardt
Ms. Bernhardt was a famous Parisian actress of the late 19th century and is credited with the above quotation. It was an observation based on her own social experiences and was not meant to be a statement of scientific, biological fact. However, I feel compelled to admit that her innocent statement does have merit with respect to the natural world. That conclusion is based on something learned while engaged in the other great passion of @BanksterSlayer’s life: wine-tasting and vineyard cultivation. So strap in for a quick lesson in grapevine propagation. You will see that thousands of grapevines go about their day unaware that there is any such thing as a “balance of nature,” or at least, not in the way that the Medici Banksters would have you believe.
There are different ways to propagate an already-established grapevine. One way is via a process called “layering.” In this method, you simply allow one of the vigorous canes, or shoots, of the mature grapevine to grow exceedingly long. The extra long cane is then trained by the cultivator to extend downwards into the soil a few feet away from the mother vine. Tissue from the middle of that long cane will sprout roots into the soil. The remaining tip of that long cane is then trained upwards to become the trunk of a new, replicated grapevine. The reason I am using this illustration from our natural world is to demonstrate that what happens next would make our Zero-Loving, Debt-Worshiping banksters’ heads explode.
A Banker who rules the world by his fabricated formula of closed, oppressive systems of Debt and Interest would look at this grapevine scenario and assume that the Mother Vine is “lending” her resources to the Child Vine. Her valuable nutrients and the hard work of her leaves’ photosynthesis are being “withdrawn” and “transferred” to the Child. Such a withdrawal *should* result in a Negative account balance on the Mother’s side and an “equalizing” Positive addition on the Child side. We might expect, therefore, that the Mother Vine would experience a loss of grape production due to the loss of her resources. Indeed, as seen in the quotation below, the author of my viticulture book also assumed that this would be the case. But that is NOT what he saw.
He observed a different kind of “balancing act.” He did not see Zero. Inexplicably, he observed that the free-flow of resources between the two vines resulted in something akin to a botanical version of “over-unity.” The two vines output more than they input. From the book: “The Grape Grower — A Guide to Organic Viticulture,” page 160, by Lon Rombough, here is this cultivator’s observation:
One peculiarity of layering is that common sense suggests the layered vine would be a parasite, draining the older vine to which it is attached. Oddly, I’ve often seen the opposite in my vineyard: The layered vine actually “feeds” the older vine.
Layered vines are often large enough the year after layering to have a crop about equal to that of an established solo vine. The parent vine, however, may have a crop that is larger than usual, but only on the side where the layered vine is attached — the other side should bear an average crop. Instead of draining the parent vine, layered vines actually boost them. After a few years, the two seem to balance out, with both bearing good crops.
This observation has obviously been made before, as one old English vineyard system advocated grafting the ends of shoots from adjoining vines together, making each row into one big “super-vine.” This seems reasonable, as connected vines could compensate each other for problems like variable soil, with vines in good soil sending energy to ones in poor soil. I have layered vines that are still connected to the parent vine after more than five years, and the connected plants have done better and produced more than neighboring single vines of the same variety.
Can you hear our Gnostic banker’s head exploding yet? The Mother vine did not experience any sacrifice. Therefore no debt was created. And yet, the Child vine was observed to have “fed the older vine.” Both vines became more prosperous by virtue of their being connected to each other. The author of that book does not pursue the question of how did this happen. But perhaps we readers of this blog can theorize what happened:
When living organisms in a symbiotic system enjoy free-flowing access to the energy resources needed for sustaining life, all participants within that system enjoy increased prosperity. The natural world thus defies the very premise of our magic-practicing Bankers who would have you remain subject to the false idea that “balance” means All Positives go to them and All Negatives go to you, and thus “Zero” is achieved.
As our friend Colin McKay illustrated in this tweet shown below, the Banksters can graph their magick spell all they want, but the simplest living things in our beautiful earth expose the Priesthood as false prophets. Human beings have been endowed with the gift of access to the free flow of resources from their earthly home the same as every grapevine, every bug, every living thing. All that is needed is to remove the obstacle of this mysticism and return to the principles mankind knew before these false religious systems of Debt enslaved him.
— Colin McKay (@DerorCurrency) April 29, 2016
Speaking of Colin McKay, in the spirit of suggesting new alternatives to the archaic debt-based monetary system we all live with, I’d like to draw your attention to his web site Deror.org. Under the “Currency” tab, Colin explains his idea for a revolutionary money system, called Deror Currency, a “free flowing” currency model. In Deror, a regular weekly debt “Jubilee” is built into the system. You can see how easily this compares to what we have described here in this blog as the non-debt, non-sacrificing system of economics by which our Mother and Child layered grapevines live.
Copied below is Colin’s introduction under the “Currency” tab in the Deror vision:
Free Flowing Currency
User-created • Interest-free • Honour-limited • Self-cancelling
“In our ancient past, we traded between ourselves simply by drawing on our public reputation.
We did favours for each other (credit), and memorised — later, recording on clay tokens — the I Owe You (debt).
Our “currency” was our public Honour.
Today, bankers use the magick of double-entry bookkeeping to create IOUs out of nothing.
These digital tokens represent our IOU to the bank.
Then — by a clever accounting trick — they let us borrow their IOUs as “money”.
Why don’t we all do the same thing, and just lend to ourselves?“
In such a system, every man becomes his own banker. No longer does the privilege of money-creation rest with an elite group of cult bankers who have been propagating a never-ending system of debt slavery built on their “closed” interpretations of ancient Hermetic knowledge and Kabbalistic magick.
Colin was a guest recently on popular Internet radio show Red Ice Radio which you can listen to here. He has written quite a few essays at Psalmistice.com that expose the false premise that our accepted systems of accounting, money-creation, debt, and usury rest upon.
To further corroborate our presentation here of the free-flowing economics that our layered grapevines demonstrate, I wanted to include a second example of how “energy creates energy.” For the sake of brevity, I will only introduce this here and let the reader follow-up as his time and interest in the subject allow. Many years ago, Richard C. Hoagland related the very real event of Wernher von Braun’s launch of the Explorer I satellite (linked here) at the dawn of America’s Space Race in 1958. But something very curious happened. The rocket achieved a one-third higher orbit than it should have. Von Braun knew that “something” gave an extra boost to his rocket, something that he had not accounted for.
After the media attention of the successful event died down, von Braun made discreet inquiries among his former German science brethren (read: Bariloche Nazi’s) to see if they could explain what caused the over-unity. (Second article is linked here.) The German scientists had discovered a non-Newtonian system of physics that certainly held the key to anti-gravity technology and infinite ways to use Free Energy. We should regard this as a resource for which we all share an inheritance. The use of this technology could certainly eliminate the role currently played by the Banker Priesthood.
You can click on the text links embedded here in these paragraphs to read the full story. Or you may want to sit back and listen to this archived Coast-To-Coast radio show where Hoagland and Joseph P. Farrell lay out the pieces of the von Braun puzzle in this Youtube playlist.
ADDENDUM MAY 30, 2016
Lo and behold! Colin McKay and I are not the only people writing on this subject. Please make time for this remarkable lady, Cindy Kay Currier, and her 8-minute YouTube message posted today. See her article entitled “Heirship Economy Offers Peer-to-Peer Banking” at her Natural Law Egg blog. Ms. Currier promotes the idea of the “Heirship Economy,” an economic system supported by the lessons of the natural world that teach us that all human beings share an equal inheritance to earth and all resources. She has likewise noticed that:
In reality, value is a meaningless concept because all living systems are of equal worth. Every element is a living, interactive, interconnected ecosystem nested within a larger one. The idea that something’s intrinsic value is changeable according to our desire for it attests to the ridiculousness of the notion of value itself and is rooted in the lie of scarcity. There is no shortage of resources on this planet—only bullies who restrict them.
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