Some of us have been riding the "rollercoaster" of the dinar RV for well over a decade. Some of us are "newbies" at 2 or 3 years. I'm guessing there are a few who just purchased dinar, zim, or some other exotic currency - the infants. I wager, however, that nearly every one of us "got in" on the urging of a friend or family member suggesting the urgency of getting some currency "before is RVed". That was the initial rush: to not miss out.
Here now in this later day, as I said, in some cases pushing far past a decade, we have heard repeated the same urgent crescendo of voices insinuating (but never outright saying) "hurry cuz the RV is only days away, if not merely hours". Is the sky really falling this time? We know it wasn't before, obviously. So why do we so quickly embrace the imminence of the RV? We don't want to believe it's just greed. Nor will we willingly embrace that gurus are just overpoweringly persuasive.
So, do the facts require we accept "things are just completely different"? Well, there is no doubting that Iraq has evolved, even if slowly and meanderingly. There's also no doubt that the US economy has serious issues and there is undue political and economic influence far too concentrated in the hands of too few. But, some of the... shall we say... radically esoteric circumstances which are without any chance of factual confirmation that leaves me wondering.
When I entered currencyland about 2 years ago, I read all the available materials - the blogs, the alternate media, and so forth. There was the rare and guarded mention of the ET or spiritual angle (except that for always, folks of faith have always attributed much of life to the participation of that maker). Since that time, I have observed that the spiritual component (of whatever flavor) has increased, and the ET group is now essentially "mainstream". The investment has become an ascension. It isn't merely a currency transfer, but a "transition". "Light workers" has now taken the place of well reasoned and highly knowledgeable speakers and authors. Indeed, we are hearing more and more in ever so subtly condescending explanations that if one does not embrace this spiritual ascendancyphilosophy, we're just a little behind but not to worry, we'll catch up one of these days.
So, what's different? Well, I've mentioned my observations, above. But, apart from any matter of spiritual positioning or whatever your thinking which supports the perpetual crescendo to which we're treated for months (years?), what really IS different in 2016 compared to all the years before?
Are we asking that question? Are we getting any answers with substance? We have an individual responsibility to address this question and respectfully require a reasonable and rational answer.
Happy September 1st.