What does Saint Brigid’s Cross have to do with today’s economies?
How does this ancient symbol reflect today’s money markets?
Asymmetric information underlying markets?
And yes there was a Nobel Prize awarded for ‘asymmetric information’.
|The foundations for this theory were established in the 1970s by three researchers: George Akerlof, Michael Spence and Joseph Stiglitz. They receive the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, 2001, “for their analyses of markets with asymmetric information”.
Who purchased Bear Stearns?
J.P. Morgan did of course.
Why would I say that?
J.P. Morgan and its affiliate Chase are chasing after the gold.
Their logos are interesting because they use asymmetric logos that can be shown to have deep esoteric meaning.
Symbol on the right is Aztec…pre-Columbian design.
3 of the 4 colors denoting a stage in Alchemy can be found in the Nazi adopted and altered swastika.
Coincidences without a doubt.
Lets add the fourth color used in Alchemy.
Yellow or gold.
Actually evolves into Solomon’s Knot.
This link shows how the following are all connected.
From the Macrocosm to the Microcosm.
Swastika = Solomon’s Knot = Precession of the Equinoxes = DNA = economic cycles = New World Order
Precession of the Equinoxes brings us full circle/ellipse back to the significance of 2012.
String theory eventually must evolve into a Knot theory based on a symbol called the swastika.
The above symbol was found in the Valley of Mexico and may belong to a culture that predates the Aztec.
It was referred to as the Key to Universal Movement.
A swirling twirling swastika capable of rotation in two directions, leading to vortexes, certainly fulfills that analogy.
New Age guru Walter Russell envisioned the above image showing such movements.
J.P and Chase suggest money DOES make the world go round…thus it takes time to evolve from a crystal with many lines of symmetry to a perfect sphere…
Money makes the world go round.
Money eventually makes the world ’round’. (i.e. golden spiral)
Money does in fact grow on trees.
“A theory is more impressive the greater is the simplicity of its premise, the more different are the kinds of things it relates and the more extended its range of applicability…”