World Cycles Institute

financial

Interest Rates and the Great Depression

We’ve been here before. The current financial situation in the US is a repeat of the lead-up to the “Great Depression” of 2007-9. The only thing that’s different are the players. But because we don’t generally pay attention to history, few know that we keep doing the same things to ourselves over and over again, and… Read More

The Federal Reserve and the Great Depression

In my post “Usury Comes to America,” I told the story of how the concept of a debt-based banking system became entrenched in western society with the establishment of the Bank of England in 1694. More importantly, this movement has gained momentum thanks to the supporting influence of the Rothschild family; it has shaped our deteriorating financial situation… Read More

Usury Comes to America

In my post about the Battle of Waterloo, I tell the story of how the Rothschild family got into “the big leagues” financially, by funding both sides in the Battle of Waterloo, and gaining personally from the information they were privy to more than twenty-four hours before anyone else. Here I’ll explore how usury ended up in… Read More

Financial Deception: The Battle of Waterloo

Usury is the reason for most of society’s financial problems, going back many centuries. In previous posts, I’ve exposed the results of usury going back to the Roman Empire. I then explored the creation of the Bank of England and contrasted it with the usury-free system developed under Napoleon Bonaparte at the turn of the 19th… Read More

The Beginnings of Financial Slavery

The core of the problems affecting societies around the world today are a result of usury—the lending of money at compounding interest. This has been a recurring problem for centuries. If you study history (and cycles of history), you’ll find that the rise and fall of money-lending parallels the rise and fall of great civilizations. There… Read More