Category: A Great Delusion

The Horseman on the Black

Many economists and financiers are speaking in terms of the worst or the greatest since the 1930s—yes, the Great depression. Public debt is now at greater levels of GDP than in man’s history ever, and with substantial private debt too, we are facing a… Continue Reading “The Horseman on the Black”

When Pelt Bears a Resemblance to Fleece: A Strong Delusion

Much of the world is awaking, emerging from spiritual slumber and, with help from the Spirit, extricating itself from worldly quagmire. While I avoid more sensationalist views (and productions), preferring to seek and hear from the humble and the lowly, the times call for… Continue Reading “When Pelt Bears a Resemblance to Fleece: A Strong Delusion”