COUNTERFEITING BULLION AND THAT ISIS GOLD

As you can tell, I've been on a "money" theme this week, because believe it or not that's what the bulk of articles that people sent me were about. There is definitely "something in the aether" with this. It is, as they say, "trending." When I scheduled this week's blogs, however, due to one thing or another, I wasn't able to compose or schedule today's blog until Wednesday (Mar 6), but in a way, I'm glad I didn't, as Ms. C.M. spotted a story that once again goes directly to this week's "theme in the aether": gold, and counterfeiting. But first, there's another strange story that also emerged in the articles, and it concerns an alleged "deal" the USA made with ISIS, a kind of "we're making you an offer you can't refuse":

US Army Takes 50 Tons Of Gold From Syria In Alleged Deal With ISIS

The essence of the "deal" is just about as simple, and Mafia-like, as it gets:

As the remaining pockets of ISIS fighters faced imminent defeat in northeast Syria, the United States allegedly gave them an offer they couldn’t refuse: give us your massive caches of gold - or die.

According to reports by Syrian state news agency SANA, U.S. forces struck a deal with ISIS whereby the terrorist group would give up 50 tons of gold across eastern Syria’s Deir el-Zour province in exchange for safe passage.

The precious metal, worth about $2.13 billion, was plundered by the self-designated “caliphate” as its reign of terror spread across Syria and Iraq between 2015 and 2017.

The more things change... It's an old part of "the playbook": rather than staring down the muzzle of a Venetian bombard, ISIS was staring at fuel air bombs and helicopters; different technology, same playbook. It's called "the protection racket."

But needless to say, I have to wonder if that's the whole story, and herewith a bit of high octane speculation based on my speculation from Tuesday's blog earlier this week (Mining, Mergers, Monopoly, and "Perfecting the Capital" part two). Without reprising my whole high octane speculation from that day, I did hypothesize that eventually bullion might be implanted with a kind of "nano-tagget" much like explosives are, which would allow said bullion to be monitored and tracked from the point of origin (the mine) to the point of sale (the banks). What I did not mention was a rather obvious implication of that idea, namely, that if one were to do something like that, then one would have to gather up all the gold running loose out there in order to make such a step effective. In that respect, I do find it odd that in recent years we've seen a spate of countries buying up gold and attempting to repatriate any reserves held by foreign banks. I am not disputing the conventional reasons being advanced for this activity, but with the advances in technology, I have to wonder if something like my "nano-tagget" scenario might be in play in advance of some sort of "reset" scenario.

But then Ms. C.M. spotted this story, which made me sit up and think that maybe my wild idea was not so wild after all:

The Arms Race Between Gold Counterfeiters and Bullion Testers Is Heating Up

Now, the article makes clear what we all know from basic high school chemistry (or at least, what used to be basic high school chemistry before the Great Dumbing Down Era intervened to focus everyone on how they've been victimized): gold has unique signatures that cannot be "faked" and relatively simple tests will reveal it.

So where's the high octane speculation here? Well, join me as we walk right off the end of the twig on this one. Suppose for a moment, just suppose for the sake of argument, that alchemy was real, that there was some secret process of producing gold from "base metals". I would be, I aver, a closely held secret. Indeed, alchemical texts seem to allude not only to the reality of the idea, but also to guard that "secret" (if any) rather closely and carefully. Some of them allude to the production occurring in "putrefying dung", a strange reference that anyone familiar with alchemical texts will have encountered repeatedly. When I first did some years ago, the idea seemed laughable, and the whole thing was usually explained by scholars of such texts as being a sort of "code" for something else. There was, of course, little if any agreement on what that "something else" might be.  Then a story appeared about a little bacterium that goes around eating things, and  - well, there's no delicate way of putting this - pooping out gold.  And not just any poop either, this is pure 24 karat poop. (See A bacteria that poops gold? Yep, that exists, and it’s in an art exhibit. (video))

It does not take much imagination to realize that someone, somewhere, will  be thinking in terms of "economies of scale" and having gigantic farms of said bacterium gobbling up all sorts of toxic metals and golding out commercially useful quantities of poop... er... pooping out commercially useful quantities of gold. Someone will try to figure out some way to scale up the process. And most likely, if they are successful, they will try to keep the whole thing secret. And if one extends the speculation a bit, it's fairly easy to figure out the types of people that would do that: people with access to a lot of money, and able to conduct the research to do so: people at the pinnacle of deep states and covert infrastructures. And of course the catch with the little gold-pooper is that it is actually breaking down the gold in gold chloride, so the gold is there to begin with. But... with a little genetically engineered modification, who knows? Call it alchemico-genetic engineering.

And how would they introduce said gold into the "stream"? Well, one way might be by buying up lots of gold mines, and sneaking their own bacterio-alchemical product into the mix.

... yea, I know... It's a crazy idea...

See you on the flip side...

44 thoughts on “COUNTERFEITING BULLION AND THAT ISIS GOLD”

  1. Here maybe a tip off that something’s up with the gold supply:

    The Sun posts a history lesson article that tells of Mansa Musa, king of Mali in the 14th century who had so much gold he crippled other countries economies by simply gifting them with gold.

    “Mansa Musa generously gifted gold in Cairo during his three-month stay, consequently causing the price of gold to plummet for ten whole years, crippling Egypt’s economy.”

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8603268/mansa-musa-richest-man-ever-crippled-economies/

    To me, the article seems so out of place the story of gifted gold sounds like a warning.

    1. There appears to be no shortage of anything on this planet. Wars appear to be in part an attempt to maintain artificial scarcity of many resources to control their price; and the pace and direction of development of humankind. A lot of goldmines were shut down by governments to drive up the price of gold. There are huge deposits all over the world that are not mined because it would destroy the value of gold and thus the power and influence of those who use it in part for power and influence. That article might well be a threat and reminder to those looking to undermine those who currently hold most of the power and influence over our destiny.

      1. I second Syncromyst,
        I like too Roger.
        From my perspective:
        There’s a number of resource control agendas that depend upon believing in “scarcity” to enforce their austerity/poverty status quo platforms.

  2. Scott Bennet Shell game – USB funds/launders for ISIS .

    so it will be mandatory anti-biotics along with the tainted vaccines?

    is that why FDR stole people’s private gold around the same time that sewerage infrastructure was being installed by the work for the dole crews?

    and how much gold does ET need anyway for his getaway car?

    you cannot polish a turd, but you can Xray a tungsten laden gold bar – if they let you, which they won’t.

  3. New episode in the ongoing Middle East gold story.: the Syrians say the gold is theirs. The question remains, assuming that ISIS/US “rebels” did find “caches” of 50 tons, where did so much bullion come from? Official holdings? Oil and other trafficking via Turkey and others? Or, as Joseph suggests, is the term “gold” code for something else? Or is both metal and “something else” involved?
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-03-08/syria-accuses-us-stealing-over-40-tons-its-gold

  4. The Ultimate Alchemy! Who created man? = Who created the creator of man? The consciousness of man conceives a God that creates man. The consciousness of God creates men with the ability for a consciousness to conceive God. The least are the greatest and the greatest are the least balances the infinite and the finite into a two sided coin. Carry the knowledge of this coin with you always before taking a ride on the ferry across the River of Styx.

  5. As far as alchemy goes. I predict it will eventually be discovered that any element can be eventually turned into any other element. I also predict that deep under ground under enormous pressure and heat every element on Earth is made when underground electric discharges take place. These electric discharges when large enough may be responsible for some of the deepest Earthquakes. Transmutation of elements through pressurized plasma fusion is probably done in a much wider spectrum of elements in the Earth than in stars. Mother Earth probably births some of her own precious metals from base metals and not all come from outer space. The Big Bang is a farce, the Universe is a perpetual motion machine.

  6. where might one find quantities of AuCl naturally? i’m betting seawater has lots o chloride. betting too that gold gets geologically (another way of saying electromagnetically) generated and deposited at odd points where magma spills up and out. so might ocean floor cracks in tectonic plates get a lot of hot metal rich magma interacting radically and alot with sea water making lots o AuCl? wonder who could get to that in an industrial capacity.

  7. The bacteria in question is an attempt to replace cyanide leaching of ores. But flooding old mines with only low grade ores left in them with a dilute gold leaching agent and then pumping the solution with a solar powered water pump through a large pool filled with these genetically altered gold collecting and tollerent bacteria could potentially turn these old mine shafts into gold farms. Be interesting how much gold could be harvested from such pools or tanks of bacteria each year at very low cost to the gold farmers.

    1. Organic acids have been discovered that leach gold. Wonder if these would be easier on the lab tweaked and created gold solution eating bacteria. One bacteria to produce the leach solution; another to eat and concentrate the solution. Farming and mining become one.

  8. Without getting into the alchemy debate, there are many ways this bacterium could be used to ‘mine’ sizable quantities of gold:

    (1) Think of all the frakking going on. Inject your chemical-c0cktail with a certain bacterium. Give the bacterium some time to work underground, and then pump the whole ‘stream’ up. Develop a way to separate out the gold, and voila!

    (2) The ocean has been proven to have gold (and other precious metals) dissolved within it. Huge amounts, although incredibly diluted. The problem has been to find a commercially-viable way to separate-out the gold. If you had a freighter-sized ‘pond’ and this bacteria, could you simply fill, inject, wait, kill the bacteria, and vacuum-up the gold particles? Flush and repeat…

    (3) Remember the Glomar Explorer days? While Project Azorian was a CIA project to recover sunken Soviet submarine K-129, there was a scientific ‘cover’ of nodules of precious metals precipitating-out on the sea floor. Find a way to recover these ‘biologically’ rather than scraping the seafloor, and it might be commercially-viable…

    (I am throwing these out here, as they may already be ‘privately’ in use. Whether these are environmentally-sound practices is another matter…)

    1. The Red Tide bacteria may preferentially take up gold until it dies. Wonder if there is a way to preferentially filter out tons of cyanobacteria to smelt.

      1. Yep, c0ck in ‘chemical-c0cktail’ was what caused the auto-modding. I feel so much safer now. Reposting the (corrected) modded comment above…

        1. Autonomous technologies.
          Don’t you just love them.
          Where humans remain valuable, at least temporarily, is in training their replacements.
          Today, workers are hardly aware of the way digital surveillance technologies are used to teach their jobs to algorithms.
          One begins to wonder; whose training whom?
          Thanks for cluing “us” in.
          t1t for tat.

  9. Without getting into the alchemy debate, there are many ways this bacterium could be used to ‘mine’ sizable quantities of gold:

    (1) Think of all the frakking going on. Inject your chemical-cocktail with a certain bacterium. Give the bacterium some time to work underground, and then pump the whole ‘stream’ up. Develop a way to separate out the gold, and voila!

    (2) The ocean has been proven to have gold (and other precious metals) dissolved within it. Huge amounts, although incredibly diluted. The problem has been to find a commercially-viable way to separate-out the gold. If you had a freighter-sized ‘pond’ and this bacteria, could you simply fill, inject, wait, kill the bacteria, and vacuum-up the gold particles? Flush and repeat…

    (3) Remember the Glomar Explorer days? While Project Azorian was a CIA project to recover sunken Soviet submarine K-129, there was a scientific ‘cover’ of nodules of precious metals precipitating-out on the sea floor. Find a way to recover these ‘biologically’ rather than scraping the seafloor, and it might be commercially-viable…

    (I am throwing these out here, as they may already be ‘privately’ in use. Whether these are environmentally-sound practices is another matter…)

  10. Regarding the speculation, or question, what if “for the sake of argument, that alchemy was real?” What if there was some secret process of producing gold from “base metals”? Please consider this excerpt from an article that appeared in a popular science magazine in March 1948,

    “US Alchemists make gold”: At Oak Ridge, Tenn., the Atomic Energy Commission has gone into the business of manufacturing synthetic gold. For therapy and for “tagging” chemicals used in research, Oak Ridge’s alchemists or “radiochemists,” as they call themselves, produce scores of artificially radioactive elements like radiogold. But they are by no means limited to “freak” products that have no counterpart in nature. Just as easily, they can manufacture gold of normal behavior, perfectly acceptable to the U. S. Treasury!”

    http://blog.modernmechanix.com/us-alchemists-make-gold/

  11. Alchemy has been partice for centuries there has to be something to it. The supreme con is to con the public that all is fake when in fact it really works.

    1. youngun was probin me over what’s annoying about alex jones. answered that jones is a psyop about psyops. he talks credibly about the incredible and incredibly about the credible.

  12. In short I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism.
    General Smedley Butler[the highest rank and most decorated Marine at the time of his death].

    Hi Yo, Silver! Away!

    The Yellow Brick Road was made for Dorothy’s silver slippers. She defeats the Wicked Witch of the West; clicks her heels, and is home sweet home.

    The book was an allegory on gold/fiat versus silver/certificates. Private money/public money.
    The international banksters = The Wizard of Oz.
    https://ellenbrown.com/2007/09/11/whats-the-wizard-of-oz-got-do-with-money-reform/

  13. “Suppose for a moment, just suppose for the sake of argument, that alchemy was real, that there was some secret process of producing gold from “base metals”. I would be, I aver, a closely held secret. Indeed, alchemical texts seem to allude not only to the reality of the idea, but also to guard that “secret” (if any) rather closely and carefully.”

    No, actually the “secret” was published in a link in a comment on this website years ago.

    “Some of them allude to the production occurring in “putrefying dung”, a strange reference that anyone familiar with alchemical texts will have encountered repeatedly. When I first did some years ago, the idea seemed laughable, and the whole thing was usually explained by scholars of such texts as being a sort of “code” for something else.”

    It’s no huge secret that biological processes often include transmutations. See Kervan. The transmutations don’t usually involve gold, or even metals, and they’re ignored by school chemistry, physics, and biology.

    So no need to make fake gold, real stuff can be made, but right for the sake of “market stability” (which is code for maintaining the wealth of the already very wealthy) a source has to be faked–whether that’s a mine in Indonesia or “loot” in Syria doesn’t really matter.

    1. i wanna say it was lost who posted them.

      seems a similar market made for diamonds by rhodes et al. control all supply and demand will always outpace it.

      chicken eggs come to mind. sure chickens like to have good sources of calcium around. makes egg shells stronger. just the same it’s spooky how little calcium supplementation is needed to make all that egg shell. have heard birds and their egg laying related to cold fusion decades ago.

  14. Countries are faking Gold as well.
    Posted: Oct 30, 2017 Royal Canadian Mint-stamped gold wafer appears to be fake : https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/fake-gold-wafer-rbc-canadian-mint-1.4368801

    Royal Mint.. ergo owned by Rothschilds since the Napoleanic war.. It was a stamped Mint bar. I wonder what their testing apparatus are comprised of ..
    –> possibly related.. Posted: Feb 11, 2016 Canada sells off most of its gold reserves : https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/gold-canada-reserves-1.3443700

    Lots of problems in Canada too at the moment..

    1. “And how would they introduce said gold into the “stream”? Well, one way might be by buying up lots of gold mines, and sneaking their own bacterio-alchemical product into the mix.”

      Just for context : https://jafrikayiti.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/10452936_1015

      Even MSM had to take notice of this bizarre evenement…
      Role of Hillary Clinton’s brother in Haiti gold mine raises eyebrows
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/role-of-hillary-clintons-brother-in-haiti-gold-mine-raises-eyebrows/2015/03/20/c8b6e3bc-cc05-11e4-a2a7-9517a3a70506_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.0019a0d18c77

  15. The empire is bankrupt in many ways, financially, spiritually, morally, educationally, etc. As a result, they have to acquire currency any way they can and justify it accordingly. Apparently, the drug running and war racket aren’t paying off all that well, so outright robbery will have to make up some of the difference.

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