The Matrix of a Self-Organizing Economy
Commentary by Scott Mowry
It would appear that we have about reached a breaking point with our fragile world economy, as has long been anticipated. A great deal of supremely dire news arose the past two weeks, particularly as it pertains to the US economy. But then again, it has been an entire year of bad news, except now it got even worse.
Or has it?
On Tuesday, September 16th, the stock marked plunged over 500 points. Within hours, the huge financial institution, Lehman brothers, went belly-up, while another gigantic financial brokerage firm, Merrill Lynch, was bought out by Bank of America. And then, just a day later, the insurance giant, AIG (American International Group) also went bankrupt.
In an unprecedented move, AIG was bought out, for $700 million, by the US government of all things, who now owns an 80% stake in the company. Unbelievable! This move smacked of a sheer act of unconstitutionality and bowed to interests of corporate America, above and beyond those of the American people.
Then this disturbing bit of news appeared in the New York Times on Friday, September 20, 2008 in an article entitled, "Congressional Leaders Stunned by Warnings."
This article reported on a meeting where key members of Congress had been briefed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson that a complete collapse of the US economy is imminent.
"As Senator Christopher J. Dodd, Democrat of Connecticut and chairman of the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, put it Friday morning on the ABC program 'Good Morning America,' the congressional leaders were told 'that we’re literally maybe days away from a complete meltdown of our financial system, with all the implications here at home and globally,'" the Times article stated.
Later, that same evening on the ABC news show, "20/20," their top story was entitled "The Fall of the Gilded Age," which detailed the $millions that have been lost in the stock market by the wealthy elite in New York City. This report also covered the scorn and ridicule being heaped upon the CEO's of these now bankrupt corporations who have received multi-million dollar golden parachutes, and the wrath being laid at the feet of the greedy investment bankers who have driven up the price of real estate in New York.
Then as Congress scrambled to come up with an economic rescue package into the last week of September, the stock market dropped another 777 points on Monday, September 29th. This came as a result of the House rejecting a plan proposed by the Bush administration after numerous calls to the Capitol Building in protest from angry voters.
All told, this is hardly surprising news. The writing has been on the wall for some time now.
We really haven't seen anything like this in our country, not even during the Great Depression and stock market crash of 1929.
The other possibility, that must be considered, is that this crisis is being engineered in order to suspend the Presidential election and put the country in lock-down mode as a convenient excuse to deal with the problem. Given the dire mode of the economy for years now, the timing of this so-called crisis is most suspicious.
Ultimately, this so-called "crisis" must be viewed as very good news. For many reasons.
Our financial system is completely broken beyond repair and has been for many, many years now. It has literally been founded upon fraud and deceit, when the Federal Reserve system officially came on board during the FDR administration. Through acts of skullduggery and obfuscation, it took advantage of the many to the benefit of the few, and it was inevitable we would reach this crisis situation at some point in time.
My question is, what took so long?
Well, that time appears to be nigh.
The reason I say this crisis is good news is for one reason: chaos theory.
The chaos theory is a complex model that attempts to explain what happens when a highly volatile state essentially reaches its optimum level or, in other words, its peak instability level, its breaking point, as you might say. So when a system goes into a state of chaos and begins to break down, as our economy is clearing doing now, by natural law, it will quickly re-configure itself into a higher order and more highly evolved state.
David Wilcock has written about this theory on his web site in a post entitled "Radio Show – Self-Organizing Economy" which details information he presented in a radio interview with Myth or Logic Talk Radio on July 17, 2008. (You can find more info on this radio interview in our David Wilcock Radio Interviews section.)
"In fact, the system is highly resilient and much less vulnerable than we think," he suggested. "You got to realize that we are dealing with in our economy is called a complex adaptive system, it was something discovered in the chaos theory, coming out of fractals and those kinds of exotic mathematics.
(It) is defined as a system of individual agents that have freedom to move how they want to move within a system so they is interaction with one another...like a sand pile in an hour glass," he added.
"The system reaches a state called complexity, this is state in which you reach peak instability, where you go chaotic ...chaos means hidden order.
There will be a chaotic realignment of the system, a collapse, which immediately restructures itself into a higher form of order, a lot more complex and a lot more evolved and better functioning. This is a real fundamental law of the universe and gets into quantum physics," he concluded.
David Wilcock is right on the money, pun intended. I fully expect to see the US economy eventually re-order itself into something far more just, equitable and more highly evolved for all the people, not just the wealthy elite. This has been well underway for quite some time now and, like an avalanche rolling down a mountain, it is unstoppable.
The question is how long would this re-ordering process take?
In this age of rapidly collapsing time, I would expect it to unfold very, very quickly. Perhaps within weeks, if not days after, should an economic collapse ensue. We are evolving so rapidly as a species now, that it will not take decades, or years, to recover from major catastrophes, but much more incremental time frames.
We are undergoing a major shift in consciousness that is affecting virtually every aspect of life as we know it.
It is important to realize that, although there have been secretive wizards behind the scenes pulling the strings, we have to take responsibility as willing participants. We have been asleep for a loooong time and now the time for awakening has arrived! The bell has tolled for thee!
The old system must be torn down to make way for a much more improved and more highly evolved one and that is precisely what we are witnessing, at this most auspicious time in our history. And no amount of buyouts, bailouts or bucket brigades is going to rescue this lumbering dinosaur, that is our economic system, from falling to its proverbial death.
This is an evolutionary process with the happiest of happiest endings of all: our freedom from economic tyranny!
And freedom is well on its way. And it's coming soon! Keep the faith, and know it is so!
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