Answering Readers’ Questions…

The first question comes from Sharovik:

 

sharovik

Hello Denise. Is there any way to help this family?

Brandon Crisp, 15, left home on October 13 (Canadian Thanksgiving) after an argument with his parents, who took away his XBox privileges. They believed Brandon was addicted to online gaming. Brandon’s bicycle was found beside a trail about 16 miles from his home, and witnesses believe they saw him on the trail. But, despite police searches, nothing has turned up.

Here’s a story link:

http://toronto.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20081024/crisp_search_081024/20081024?hub=Toronto

I have been praying for Brandon’s safe return. Is he okay? Thank you.

The next question comes from Alan aka grainman:

I posted this response but wanted to make sure that she or anyone connected to this case could find it without trouble:

Hi Sharovik,
I just checked my comments and saw this, it looked urgent. I would be happy to help in any way possible. If you know anyone connected with this case or the police who are investigating it, I’d be more than willing to help. I think in this case it would be very helpful to use psychometry, meaning touching something Brandon touched to get a trail on him. I’d also like to have his birth information. I would of course do any work on this case for free if anyone reading this wants help please contact me at: happypeopleusa@aol.com
I feel very bad for all involved and my prayers and thoughts go out to him and his family. Best wishes to you as well.

 

grainman

Dear Denise,
I’ve never consulted a psychic on-line. So I can’t account for why I spontaneously decided to Google “psychics on economic collapse” tonight. But here I am, having read your blog for well over an hour, asking for your insight on what I hope is a question that may have wider appeal than just my own, personal, selfish need. And I’m spending time trying to craft my question just right because it’s easy to see how you yourself spend liberally of your own precious time to answer everyone thoughtfully, with respect and diligence. So thank you. I have found your blog to be a really useful resource, deeply insightful, and entertaining to boot!

My question concerns Latin America. I have been expecting the current crisis for years, having read all I could get my hands on about the corrupt Federal Reserve banking cartel and the Elite’s plans for New World Order. So I’ve been scouting out safe havens for some time and have recently decided (about 97% decided, I should say) to move to Argentina and live on a remote farm with a couple of close friends, growing our own food and simplifying life as we ride out the coming tsunami you refer to.
The 3% doubt is because I know nothing of finances really. I’ve never invested in the Stock Market, thankfully. And I have very limited savings. (Certainly nowhere near enough to retire in Los Angeles, where I currently reside.) My friends think I’ve gone mad and am about to jump out of a getaway plane without a parachute!

Frankly, I’m basing my 97% decision purely on how my heart felt when I stepped onto the farm we found about 100 kilometers outside of Buenos Aries. I know no Spanish, and less about farming. Yet it calls to me. (My friend in the adventure is Argentinian, however, and we’ve bought some farming books!!!)

Now, I’m not asking you to validate my lack of due diligence and I promise I won’t sue you if my tomato plants wither on the vine. (Do they grow on vines? Not sure.) I guess I just want my 3% non-intuitive part to have the benefit of your 103% insight. So the question is not anything as lame as “Am I making the right decision? Please live my life for me!” It’s much more practical and down-to-earth. How do you see the “Global” Collapse playing out in Argentina, specifically, considering they already had their own very recent melt-down? Is economic lightning likely to strike twice in the same place? Fiat ‘money’ – paper money – is surely doomed in most areas of the world, I would think. But do you think having a little land to grow food is a better idea than clinging to nice bright, shiny metals?

I hope the question might be of help to others considering ‘personal bail-outs’ rather than having faith in the one the Elite’s just fostered on everyone. Thank you for your time, insight, energy, humor, and obvious caring.

God bless all your (ad)ventures.

Alan

Hi Alan,

Your question is complex. It is a huge leap to go into a different culture, not just because of the language and everything else, but also to go from being in an urban environment to a rural setting. I can understand why a part of you is scared. I would be, too. And also why it is appealing.

If one can grow their own food and not have to worry about paying on the land, that is self-sufficiency whatever the economic situation. Just because the world (and Latin America) are going to face this huge economic tsunami doesn’t mean it is going to bad for everyone in all places. If our money is worth a lot more than theirs right now, and you buy property for cheap, this seems like a sound idea. I will make an exception to my rule tonight because this is such a huge change, and it is just one question I can quickly ask the tarot, so I will.

Should Alan relocate to an Argentine farm?

The tarot says: Yes.

But my feeling (and the tarot confirms this) is that you could find it isolating and difficult over time. At first you will really love it. I also think there is more to your move here than just finances (which I won’t get into because this is a public forum) but anyway, there are emotional things driving this that will resolve, and once they do you may find yourself in the middle of rural Argentina, wishing you were with friends and able to do other things. In terms of it being a sound economic plan. It is. You’ll do fine that way, but there are other things to consider. So think about that.

If you want to schedule a reading e-mail me at: happypeopleusa@aol.com. It maybe a good idea because this is a major life change and once you are there you might have a hard time moving back. There are a lot of things to consider here. I wish you the best Alan.

Best wishes and blessings to all.

Question I will answer tomorrow along with new questions:

BENOIT

Dear Denise

The canadian dollar keeps going down. It seems there is no logical reason. When do you think it will stabilize and how much more will it go down. And also what kind of role can Canada play in a utopic world. Will it be a communicator for peace. I feel at least in Quebec that there is good seeds for a spiritual world in the future. How do you foresee the role of Canada as your closest neighbour.

Thank you.

Best wishes,
Benoit

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  1. grace43 says:

    I grew up on a farm and my family has been in the farming industry for literally hundreds of years. My advice to you, Alan, is to try working on a farm. Farm animals are not always nice. In fact, they can be down right mean and sometimes quite dangerous.

    Your whole life depends on the weather. And there are no vacations. No time off. Let me tell you going out in the middle of the night in the driving snow and sleet to check your cows because cows almost always have calves on the nastiest nights of the year is not fun. Then climbing down in 2 or 3 ft of icy water to pull out a 100 lb mostly dead calf and try to save it with your hair dryer isn’t much fun either.

    Farming is a hard life. Before you move all the way to Argentina, maybe try getting a job on a farm in western Kansas. At least, they speak English and there are excellently maintained interstates if you don’t like it.

    I would try Garden City, because they actually have farming (feedlots and grain farms) jobs there.

    Before you move to an isolated area in a country where you do not speak the language, please try the work and the isolation here. If you like it, you’ll have some experience and then you can move. You have nothing to loose but time by trying it out first.

    Good luck in whatever you decide to do!

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