The Bankers Midwife JC Collins
April 8, 2014
Global Gathering and the Garden of Eden By JC Collins
There are many among us who still cling to the hope and willful ignorance that the battle between good and evil is taking place outside ourselves in the physical world. We sit and wait for a savior person or nation state to overthrow the bad bankers and make good on the promise of peace on earth.
For those who still believe that Russia and Putin, or China, or Obama, or Charlton Heston will come to our rescue, I offer you the following.
Man has explored the world in vain attempts to re-discover the mythological and symbolic Garden of Eden. The Garden, which all religions have a version of, is important to the human mind as it defines a point and place in time where we began.
It is commonly accepted that the Garden of Eden is located in the region where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers meet. That is our first clue, not to where the Garden is located, but to what it really is.
We all know the story of how Adam and Eve were tempted by the serpent to eat from the Forbidden Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Once the first sin was committed, Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden and would suffer the tortures of having to labor for survival, and women would know the pain of child birth.
It is one of the great mysteries of the ancient world and the human mind. But what could it actually mean? Where is the Garden? What is the Garden?
The word Eden in the original Aramaic shares the same root lexicon as the word meaning “fruitful, well-watered“, and in Hebrew the word is translated as “pleasure“.
In Genesis 18:12, after the “Lord” tells Abraham that his wife Sarah shall have a son, it says:
“Therefore Sarah laughed within herself, saying, After I am waxed old shall I have pleasure, my lord being old also?“
Here we have Sarah using the word pleasure in reference to becoming pregnant. The Aramaic means “fruitful, well-watered“ and man was told to be fruitful and multiply.
Do you see?
The literal reading of the Garden of Eden distracts away from the obvious symbolism within the story. It is the case so often repeated that man is unable to behold the symbolic and becomes lost in the literal and physical. The metaphysical is minimized or outright misunderstood.
So it is with the Garden of Eden that we see the rivers Tigris and Euphrates as the human female fallopian tubes and the Garden itself as the uterus. Fruitful and well-watered indeed.
The human birth is both traumatic and harsh as each newborn is expelled into the physical world. The psychological effects of this “violent expulsion” is only now being understood.
The division which takes place within the human mind at birth is similar to the separation and division which occurs when humans are full grown and exposed to violent and traumatic experiences, such as rape, which causes a disassociation and repression of memories and mind functionality. One is the micro and the other the macro.
(Readers should be encouraged to research the techniques of Monarch Programing and its wider application within mass sociological engineering.)
The opposing paradigms of good and evil are direct manifestations of this division as one polarizing thought stares across the vastness of space at the other polarizing thought. Both become locked in the Hegelian Dialectic from which reality is defined.
The knowledge of good and evil becomes an epic battle between Lucifer, knowledge corrupted by matter, and God on earth, uncorrupted knowledge or otherwise Virgo Lucifera, represented by the virgin birth.
So strong is this diametric mind pattern that we go through our lives completely ignorant of the larger pattern and symbolism playing out within ourselves. We define ourselves by one of the opposing paradigms with most people subconsciously positioning themselves on the side of good.
Anything that opposes or stands in opposition to the dictates and desires of their ego self is lambasted as bad. So when we view the world of materialism, commercialism, etc.., we do not see ourselves as the supporting cast members in the age old tale of money, greed and murder.
We all want money and things but separate ourselves from those who successfully achieve those ends. It’s the same as being jealous of the neighbors new car. If you drive a Chev Impala and your neighbor has a Jaguar, you’re jealous or feel less than on some level, but its nothing compared to the division and scorn you will subconsciously force upon the person who drives a Bentley.
The illusionary space between becomes wider and wider.
This is the point I have attempted to make several times in past posts when mentioning the rent seeking small organized elite and the larger disorganized masses.
Think of it this way, the middle class is to the ruling class what the poor are to the middle class. Would you in the middle class consider yourself evil? Of course not. But the poor would most likely look unkindly upon your intentional division as you pretend not to notice them or accuse them of self-neglect and substance abuse.
Can we not see that we all suffer from the same malady?
The centralization of the world’s financial system is a natural progression and extension of human thought and the division which takes place within. With a tighter centralization comes a denser and more solid world. Everything spins faster.
Do you see?
The Hegelian Dialectic Triad of problem/reaction/solution which we have so often discussed here is both a conscious and subconscious process by which we gather unto ourselves what is attainable.
The conscious component is the unfolding plan of centralization and consolidation which we see in all aspects of life.
The emerging multilateral financial system where all currencies and commodities will de-peg from the US dollar and peg to the SDR of the International Monetary Fund is following a predetermined pattern which has plagued mankind and how he relates to the world since the very beginning, whatever you choose that beginning to be matters not. It is the same in and through everything.
As we move through April some of the important dates and meetings we have discussed are happening, such as the G20 meetings coming at the end of this week. It is these meetings which were referred to by the G20 back in February when they stated that the US has until their next meeting to pass the IMF 2010 Reforms or they would take “aggressive measures” to force the changes without the participation of America.
Keeping with our Hegelian principles, the United States has been willfully cast in the role of villain to the emerging and necessary multilateral financial system.
This is not Russia and Putin overthrowing some boogeyman banking cabal. This organized structure exists in the world as the rent seeking organized elite, of that there is no doubt. But it does not stand in contrast to the pure dictates and desires of a larger mass of disorganized humans who suffer from the same malady.
In fact, in my life experience, it is those who profess to be the best whom are the worst.
Until we fully understand and accept the opposing paradigms as explained here, we will forever battle illusionary demons and villains. Only through a thorough comprehension of our true nature will we honestly address the imbalances in our world.
With that being said, let’s investigate the more tangible evidence in support of our thesis as presented.
In the last few days the following events have happened:
1. Russian Central Bank changed its logo to that of a Golden Ruble.
2. Britain is calling on the US to pass the IMF Reforms.
3. Ukraine situation is evolving into a Russian version of the initial American coup.
4. Syrian rebels are being provided with weapons again.
5. Renminbi trading hubs have been implemented in London and Frankfurt.
6. Russia announces deal where they trade goods for Iranian oil. This is Iranian oil which Russian oil companies can then sell on the world market in currencies other than US dollars.
7. US threaten retaliation for attempts to by-pass the dollar.
This is just a sampling of what is taking place. Most readers are fluent enough in following world events that I do not need to list all matters and events. The above list should suffice.
Now below we will delve into why the above manufactured opposing paradigms are simply that, manufactured stage theatrics which allow for specific companies and industry interests to fight over the table scraps of the Bank for International Settlements.
A cursory investigation into the Bank for International Settlements clearly proves that all countries and banks are moving towards the same goal of centralization and consolidation.
The Executive Board of the BIS is a list of top economists and central bank figure heads from the most powerful countries:
Chairman: Christian Noyer, Paris
Mark Carney, London
Agustín Carstens, Mexico City
Luc Coene, Brussels
Jon Cunliffe, London
Andreas Dombret, Frankfurt am Main
Mario Draghi, Frankfurt am Main
William C Dudley, New York
Stefan Ingves, Stockholm
Thomas Jordan, Zurich
Klaas Knot, Amsterdam
Haruhiko Kuroda, Tokyo
Ann Le Lorier, Paris
Stephen S Poloz, Ottawa
Raghuram Rajan, Mumbai
Jan Smets, Brussels
Alexandre A Tombini, Brasília
Ignazio Visco, Rome
Jens Weidmann, Frankfurt am Main
Janet L Yellen, Washington
Zhou Xiaochuan, Beijing
Impressive list of individuals isn’t it.
Now go to the BIS website at:
Explore the list of countries who have a Central Bank which is a part of the BIS system. You will find virtually every country on Earth, except for North Korea, which is most likely under the People’s Bank of China or the Republic of Korea itself.
Russia is there. China is there. Iran is there. And so on and so on.
Can we really expect that any one of these countries is standing against a system which they themselves are entrenched within?
America was used by the rent seeking elite to expand the central bank system around the world. With this system now fully in place the US will be used as the bad guy paradigm to gather the world within the structure of a centralized multilateral system which may or may not “self-limit” rent seeking and allow for a bi-directional transfer of wealth based on fundamental economic and humanitarian principles.
The Bank for International Settlements and those who control it, have given birth to a centralized banking system with a supra-sovereign currency from which the future will be extracted. America helped with the delivery and will now be reduced to a participating member within a larger gathering.
Let there be no more silly talk of good guys and bad guys. Our inward battle must be fought alone and the outward physical manifestation of this conflict will dictate how the world will look in a hundred years. As many great philosophers and thinkers over the ages have stated, be the change you wish to see in the world. Stop looking for saviors and scapegoats.
The Garden of Eden awaits our return. – JC Collins