1. First, we looked at the major threats to traditional investment. These were established as:

    • Economic Change: currency revalued/re-issued (currency held by individuals then becomes worthless)
      stock market crashes
      war or terrorism on a major scale
    • Geophysical Change: weather wars (manipulation of weather systems); melting of the ice-caps (submerging all the world’s sea-ports);
      major earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions;
      worldwide climatic change with erratic, unseasonable weather patterns
    • Electromagnetic Change:
      "Zero Point’ - when magnetism fails, (disabling electronics, computers, engines, transportation systems - even batteries);
      polar reversal - sun rises in West, sets in the East

  2. We then examined activities that would continue to be safe and profitable ventures under these conditions. These are essential services - everyone needs them, regardless of their financial situation, therefore the market will always be there for these products and services. We identified them as follows:

    Hi-tech agriculture, horticulture and aquaculture businesses
    featuring detoxification and re-energizing of soils

    The wholistic, drug-free regression of 21st century diseases
    Production of anti-virus formulae for hospitals and general use

    Curricula for the new generation – the Indigo Children

    New paradigms for residential and other construction

    Eco-friendly sources of energy, and energy-saving devices

    [The common thread that links all these projects is INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY]

  3. We looked at how monies received would be invested until required for the acquisition or development of projects. It was agreed that only the holding of GOLD CERTIFICATES would offer adequate protection against all contingencies. If an investment should have to be held temporarily in a specific currency it should be in the British Pound, as control over stock market crashes tends to originate in Britain, or in Euros (backed by precious metals). [This would change on the implementation of NESARA and all currencies backed by precious metals - currently in the offing]

  4. We examined the most flexible options for incorporation, organization of shares and project administration:

    • The creation of a separate corporation for every area of investment (5) each with a Board of Directors with expertise and/or experience in that particular area
    • The creation of a Holding Company, which would own perhaps 25% of the voting shares of each subsidiary, with representation from each subsidiary on its Board of Directors
    • Investors might opt to buy shares in the Holding Company, or a subsidiary, or any combination thereof
    • The minimum investment would be $100,000 [unless there should be changes to the laws which would allow smaller investments]
    • On the implementation of N.E.S.A.R.A. new types of companies would be introduced, but at the moment there are no details of how this would affect investments.


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