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The 8.6 Year Cycle and the Forces of Mother Nature 91509

The 8.6 Year Cycle and the Forces of Mother Nature 91509

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
I would like to thank the many people who have
been
writing from around
the
world.
It is
encouraging
to
know that there are so many people who are interested
in
uncovering
the
truth.
I
have also special
thanks
for
so many providing valuable insight into trends around
the
world from China, Soviet Republics, South Africa,Brazil, Australian,
and
India.
I
believe
we can
survivethe folly of governments even if they refuse to listen.
The key is
understanding
the
nature
of
events,
and
thatallows us to correctly make the decision to be on theopposite side.I would like to also thank all my old friend andformer clients for their support and to know that they
have
continued to gather information that serves us all
in
times of crisis.We arestandingon theprecipiceof a new era in
global-social-economics.
How we
enter this
new age is
ofcritical importance. Government is incapable to doinganything for any reform of its own abuse of power is not
up
for negotiation. We must weather the storm, and to
doso we
need
to
understand
its
nature. Just
as the
1930s
Great
Depression
set in
motion profound changes that wereeven manifest in geopolitical
confrontations,
we have nowreached such a crossroads. A debt
crisis
has its tentacles
deeply
embedded
into-every
sector right into government.This is the distinction from a mere stock market crash thatnever
alters
the
economy long-term.
We are
seriously stillover-leveraged and some banks are still
trying
to be hedgefunds and have to speculate to make a profit. That is a keywarning sign that the worse is yet to come.
Comments,Suggestions
&
Questions
Please mail
to:
Martin
A. Armstrong
FCI
Fort
Dix
Camp,
#12518-050
PO
Box
2000
Fort Dix,
NJ
08640
PTJ5ASE
REGISTER
YOOR
EMAILADDRESS
FCR
FUTORS
UPDATED
NEWS
CRITICAL
TO COR
SORVTVAL
AiinstrongEcoixii!ics@Qy5ail.
QCM
Copyright,
?fert±n
A.
Armstrong,
all
rights
reserved
This
Report
may be forwarded as you
like without
charge to individuals or governments around theworld. It is
provided
as
a
Public
Service
atthis time without cost becauseof the
critical
facts
that
we now
faced economically.
The
contents
and
designs
of the
systems
are in
fact copyrighted.
At
a
future date,
a
new
edition of
the
198B
The
Greatest Bull
Market
In
History
will
be
released
and
a new
book'
will soon
be
published on the model
itself
- The
Gecnsetry
of
Time.
It is vital
that
we
do not
forget this
is a
world
economyand the
arrogance that
any
nation
can
dictate
to the
world
..-is.
just-insanity,-Every
nation
ef
fects
all
others
no.._diff_srsat_,than_.if_.one
nation wereto
pour
allits toxic
waste
into the
ocean.
Everything
is
interlinked
and solutions are
never
isolated events.
 
All
Variables
Blentd
Together to create the
Economic Cbnf dence Model
My
discovery came
in two
parts.
FIRST
I like Darwan and
Adam
Smith, "observed"
what
was a
"contagion"
that seemed to spread
from one
market
to
another
as if it
were
a
disease. This
is
what
I
began with,
not the
vision
of
cycles.
However, because
I
began
to
work
in.
a
gold bullion/rare coin storewhen I was about
13,
I was exposed to thecollapse of the Bretton Woods accord and
hada
front
row
seat
to the
collapse
of thefixed
rate currency system
and the
cherished
gold
standard. Thus, I
knew
what things were
in.
value
in the 1960s. So
when
my
historyteacher
put on in
class
one day an old
film
in
black & white named -
Toast of the
Town
about
the
attempt
to
corner
the
market
ongold in
1869
that
led to a
Panic
and the
dragging
of
bankers
out to the
streets
and
hanging them, they were forced
to
send
inthe
troops.
That
is
what
"Black
Friday"
had
truly meant - death on Wall Street.Therefore,
the
SEOOMD
phase
was now
understanding that gold was $35 and watching
that
movie with Carry Grant quoting gold
to
James Fisk from
the
ticker tape saying
$162,
thishit methat prices werenot
linear
pro-
gressions
of
always stepping higher
as ifthey
were ascending
a
staircase. Combining
this
realization
with the
observation
of the
"contagion"
is
what
led me to the
field
of
cycles.
These
realizations
merged with my love
of
history.
I
then explored
the
rise
and
fall of
civilization
and
tried
to
under-
stand
what
was
going
on.
This exposed
me to
understand that natural events also playeda role. Where perhaps others did not thinkabout their study
from
C
y
C
ii
ca
l
views,
I
at
least accepted the possibility.
Looking
at history, I saw waves of trends
and
dark ages like those between the GreekHeroic period where there was the battle of
Troy,
and the second period in which Homerlived to write about the first age. This wastheperiodofAthens&Sparta wars,the age
of
Alexander the Great - the Hellenistic age.
What
happened between the two? This was adark
age
that seems
to
have been created
by
natural events of weather. It appears thiswas a decline in the energy output of the sunthat wiped out agriculture and their economy.This was the driving force behind migrations.
~
Go
to Belize, formerly British
Honduras,
and
you will discover cities intact, that werejust abandoned. There is no sign of war oreven an earthquake. There is only the curiousexplanation that
if the
weather changed
and
crops failed, they
too may
have just picked
up
and migrated.Instead of being a flat model, we weredealing with a multitude of variables
that
combine
to
create
the
Economic
ConfidenceModel.
What
we
have today
was set in
motion
by
the
1906
San
Francisco
Earthquake that
led to the
1907
Panic. Insurance companieswere
on the
east coast
and the
claims were
on the
west.
The
capital flowed west
arid
banksfailed because therewas ashortageofcashin the
east.
TheCongressional hearings that begantoinvestigate
the
causes,
led
them
to
understand
the
cash flow problem. That gave birth
to
die
Federal Reserve
in
1913.
Our
monetary systemtoday
was set in
motion
by the
earthquake
inSan
Francisco
in
1906.
We
cannot extract thatevent from
the
data.
It is
part
of us
today.

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