Monday, August 6, 2018


Good Evening,

Once again, all sources are reporting the GCR/RV has begun in earnest. 

There are reports that the tier 4 groups have begun. and reports from attorney paymasters that they have been given the green light to distribute funds to holder accounts and that it has been done. The funds are not spendable yet but are landing in accounts.

There are conversations with Iraqi generals who have stated their RV begins Aug 8th. A lot of conversations on the exact detail of how this will go down procedure wise are circulating.

Various superpowers have positioned themselves for the imminent global reset of debt and financial systems. The narratives and information streams are articulated is such a plausible manor that it is very easy to digest as profound and accurate. 

In other words, we are shown what it is we want to see. But plausible is only theory and reality is reality. There are currently over 6000 bills and laws being presented, for vote to the finance committee of the 115th Congress. That is just the Finance Committee alone.

There is a lot of minutia in these 6000 plus bills, laws and policies such as printing a particular memorabilia coin or laws on controlling crypto currency from illicit behavior and so on. But there are also a vast amount of laws and amendments that have to be passed or have been passed, in order for this GCR/RV to process into our economy.

You cannot just say, “Do it” and it will just manifest. Laws have to be created and policies amended to support and control the activities generated from this global reset.

This scenario holds true in every participating country. These countries also have to build the legal support systems that will allow the integration of these funds into their particular economies and each country has their own particular set of circumstances they have to deal with to make it happen.

The point being, is it is a process, and procedures take time. 209 countries have to process through their parliamentary or congressional procedures plus international compliance issues, for this to event to manifest.

There is and always will be a misconception of events and circumstances that get labeled as trigger events or are considered to be a necessary component for the GCR/RV to occur. When presented to us, we can tend to assimilate them on face value and move on.

However, when you dig deeper into the reality of these functions, one discovers the real purpose and motivations behind the development of these functions is singular in purpose and are only a piece of the puzzle, not the entire puzzle.

By functions, I am refereeing to things such as the C.I.P.S., AIIB, BRICS, Paris Accords, NAFTA, FATCA, Sovereign Elections, Financial Systems, Gold Reserves, Asset Reserves, and so on. All are piece of the puzzle but not “THE’ puzzle. The real delays generally come from the situations as stated above and are geopolitical in nature and not a logistics or fiduciary component or rather how the funds are to be delivered and who takes on the function and authority of its delivery.

There has been an ongoing narrative that the Zim and the perceived in-ground assets of Zimbabwe are the building blocks that will support the GCR. When I say, “Perceived “I mean just that.

No one really knows how much rare mineral deposits or in-ground assets actually exist. It ranges from 5 million ounces of gold to 58 million tones. I mention gold because there are a host of other minerals that are derivatives of gold exploration and mining IE: Platinum, Silver, Nickel, Lithium, Rhodium and Chrome Ore. The huge variance comes from the historical mining culture of Zimbabwe.

About 60% of Zimbabwe’s land surface comprises an Archaean age basement known as the Zimbabwe Craton, which is dominated by granitic rocks locally enclosing remnants of volcanic sedimentary piles known as greenstone belts.

Greenstone belts, hosts to most gold deposits, are prime agricultural areas as a result of their rich red loamy soils. Mineral exploration is prohibited in cultivated areas or areas registered for cultivation, except with the consent of the landowner, which is not always easy to come by. Laws are currently be established to circumvent those restrictions.

As a result, mining has been mainly confined to hilly areas that have high incidences of hosting quartz vein deposits. The greenstone belts are also renowned for the rich variety of mineral resources, including gold, base metals and industrial minerals. The Great Dyke marking the upper boundary of the Archaean in Zimbabwe, hosts world-class reserves of platinum group metals and chrome ore.

Production since independence in 1980 of over 400 tons of gold from several thousand shear quartz vein-based small mines located on lines of ancient workings, Zimbabwe is generally considered to be a country of small gold deposits

Although the Zimbabwe Craton has one of the highest gold productivities per square kilometer, the available technical information (Because of the lack of geologistmany gold deposits in Zimbabwe were discovered without using geological modelling because of the existence of the ancient workings that simplified the exploration) suggests that the country is under-explored.

The ancients only explored for resistant outcropping quartz vein ore bodies. Exploration that came after colonization of the country by Europeans concentrated on the ancients’ mines, as it was cost effective. The usual methods of exploration were to get information from local villagers about the existence of old workings, on which prospecting shafts were sunk.

This form of exploration became so entrenched in the exploration culture of Zimbabwean prospectors that it has remained basically unchanged up to today. Zimbabwe therefore remains essentially under-explored, especially in virgin areas away from the ancient workings.

Exploration models are normally derived from data carefully and scientifically recorded over time from existing mines. However, many mines in Zimbabwe have operated without resident geologists.

A lot of information that could be used as a foundation for exploration in similar areas has been lost. but the potential cannot be realized when there are no geologists to record the feature characteristics of bigger ore bodies., Strike extensions of many mines have not been investigated because of an entrenched tradition of going underground before fully understanding lateral extensions of the ore bodies a result of the lack of usage of geologists by mining companies.

 Probing of lateral extensions of ore bodies is also prohibited by adjoining mining claims belonging to different individuals

Companies engaged in mining and exploration in Zimbabwe, are still practicing the tradition of not making much use of geologists. Exploration geologists are mostly used as field technicians who are not usually involved in the design of exploration programs. Miners lack the necessary financial and technical skills to explore and exploit larger ore bodies, preferring narrow quartz veins that are easier to exploit Thus the introduction of Chinese and Russian capital 

Aeromagnetic surveys (a common type of geophysical survey) of most of the country carried out through Canadian government assistance between 1988 and 1990 opened up new ground for exploration. Linear extensions of existing ore bodies that are not obvious on existing geological maps were revealed by the new aeromagnetic data.

 Geophysical geochemical and remote sensing techniques that are responsible for discoveries of mineral deposits in virgin areas in other countries have been rarely used in Zimbabwe.

With over 6,000 small gold deposits having been exploited in Zimbabwe, there are huge opportunities to investigate many of them for potential for large mines. Studies in the Zimbabwe Craton have shown that most large deposits do not occur in isolation, but include apparent small mines with potential for development into larger mines if investigated properly It is now established that the majority of gold deposits in Zimbabwe are located in greenstone belts.

Strong possibilities that a good number of larger ore bodies still remain concealed in the greenstone belts, especially in cultivated areas away from hills. New techniques of geophysics, geochemistry and remote sensing should assist in the identification of these ore bodies.

Zimbabwe’s main exports are tobacco (23 percent of total exports) and nickel (20 percent). Others include: diamonds, platinum, ferrochrome, and gold. Zimbabwe main export partners are: South Africa, China, Congo and Botswana.
Zimbabwe’s annual gold output increased to 24.8 tons in 2017 from 21.1 tons the previous year driven by a rise in deliveries from small-scale miners. Of the 24.8 tons, small scale miners contributed 13.2 tons while primary producers delivered a total of 11.7 tons”. The central bank has since launched an $80 million fund to capacitate small scale miners and boost gold production which is targeted at 26 tons.

The top gold producing countries per/metric ton are 1) China 455 mt. 2) Australia 270 mt. 3) Russia 250 mt. 4) US 209 mt. 5) Canada 170 mt. Zimbabwe is 25th? 

China accounts for over 15% of global gold production but it is also the largest gold consumer in the world representing 27.9% of global gold consumption ahead of India’s share of 26.5%. Between the two, that is 54.4% of world consumption.

The moral to this article is it will take amended legislation to accommodate this financial change by all participating countries.

 Zimbabwe’s in-ground assets are perceived, but not factual as of yet. Exploration into the greenstone belts and expansions of current mining interest are in their infancy.

China’s appetite for gold consumption lends to its interest in the Zim.

The only reasonable assets to back the GRC are the massive gold holdings in the Global Collateral Accounts. However, the permissions required for the opening and usage of the Collateral Accounts are many, and are done in secret to establish balances.

 The public never is privy to these decisions so any information regarding this element is just conjecture at best. We have to sit tight and wait for this unfoldment...

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