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Nymex Crude over $66.6 tomorrow - coincidentally just in time for ...

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posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 07:31 PM
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... entering the $1 dollar period in the BIG BANG timeline, as predicted by Matt Marriott in 1999.


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Historical Articles by Matt Marriott from 1998-2000 in the CNN boards- 1 - the exponential curve and the BIG BANG timeline


Matt Marriott posted to the CNN Message Boards, from late September 1998 to March 30, 2001.
Those were the first global forums in History.
The "Clinton Impeachment" and the "Kosovo Conflict" Boards were the first and last global discussions in the History of the illuminati mass media.

As soon as Clinton was acquited the "Clinton Impeachment" board was purged of all the posts showing how the illuminati staged the controversy.
After February 1999 the "Kosovo Conflict" started being increasingly censored and soon turned into nothing but a psy-op playground.

After 2000 the last board that allowed some discussion was the "Evolution" board.
April 2000 marked the end of any posts exposing the illuminati big lies their mass media.

Below a resume of some of the core illuminati lies that Matt Marriott exposed in the CNN boards.

1 - The exponential curve vs. the cycles
The curve representing the productive system (not only since the Industrial Revolution) is NOT a cyclic one. It is an exponential curve.
The reason for the the illuminati to carry the last phase of their plan (milestone : the bombing of Serbia and staging the Clinton impeachment, prepared by Waco, the OJ Simpson trial and the OKC bombing), was the fact that 1998 marked the point where the curve started to explode.

2 - Rate of consumption of non renewable resources is the key variable of the formula of the curve
Productivity is NOT the key variable to explain the formula of the curve.
Productivity is just a derived variable.
The rate of consumption of non renewable resources is the key variable of the formula of the curve.
Oil was the last replacement variable. The explanation for the curve in the XX century is the story of oil production.

3 - The illuminati chose the BIG BANG policy
The illuminati decided to conceal the essence of the curve from the sheeple and serve the "cyclic" big lie till the very end. In other words, they decided to end the curve taking the sheeple by surprise with a BIG BANG.

4 - The BIG BANG had to take place the latest by 2005
The lastest by 2005, the driving curve - the oil price - would reach the one dollar a day rythm.
The illuminati had to resort to the BIG BANG before the next stage - the two dollars a day rythm.







One day rythm


[edit on 11-8-2005 by MattMarriott]




posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 08:25 PM
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What exactly is or do you mean by the big bang mattmarriott? A terrorist type explosion, a nuke?



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 08:46 PM
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I believe he is referring to an economic type big bang. Where inflation reaches an unsustainable level and causes anyone below the independently wealthy class to no longer be able to keep sustaining their lifestyle.
Now regardless of your thoughts on NWO or global conspiracy take a look around. In my area the real estate market is going insane, we had a friend sell a house bought nine months before for a 110,000 dollar profit (which was around 50% of the original value of the house) Combine this with the price at the pump on average going up 8 cents a gallon per week, and you do in fact have a dollar a day type non sustainable inflationary curve which will eventually cause most people to drastically have to scale back their lifestyles.
Just the thoughts of one humble internet junkie trying to translate for those who ignore certain member's posts out of hand.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 10:53 PM
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Wow, that 2 dollar runup at the end of the second graph concerns me. Natural gas, unlike oil, has a dendency to just stop flowing and these charts don't sit well with me.



posted on Aug, 11 2005 @ 11:57 PM
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I've never heard of an exponential system used to explain the future of an economy. Though I do like the rest.

I'd hate to ask it, but is this in anyway apply to the John Titor fanatics and his predicted civil war which he said was happening right under our noses? If so, I am going to need to study harder to refute their claims if I must.

EDIT: I blame it on late night infomercials which tell you how to get rich quick by quote 'exploiting and taking charge of the system'.

If this leads to another depression how ironic indeed it would be. The great depression was caused by farmers having to foreclose and put up ridiculous morgtages on their land. Basically, their was a huge rise in real estate which bombed the country.

An eye must be set upon the real estate market.

[edit on 12-8-2005 by Frosty]



posted on Aug, 12 2005 @ 12:45 AM
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frosty I brought up real estate because the trend there is seriously alarming. My realtor friends shake their heads and keep taking comissions but most are either in school or getting in school for when this market busts. In a lot of areas the residential market is disastrously overvalued.



posted on Aug, 12 2005 @ 01:08 AM
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This is the highest I have seen it here in Ohio. 2.49 a gallon. dang I might as well go buy a horse.

I dont know what people are going to do ( middle class, if theres such thing anymore) everything here seems like it has just skyrocketed in just the past week!!!!



posted on Aug, 12 2005 @ 11:25 AM
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Originally posted by Chasrac64
This is the highest I have seen it here in Ohio. 2.49 a gallon. dang I might as well go buy a horse.

I dont know what people are going to do ( middle class, if theres such thing anymore) everything here seems like it has just skyrocketed in just the past week!!!!


I know, I heard on the CBS evening news that in parts of Cali it is over $3, but they deserve that. But in some places in America it has already reached over $4.



posted on Aug, 12 2005 @ 02:13 PM
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OMG... Now I know I should have been an Amish.LOL... can you believe this. ???
What are we Pheasents going to do, the Romans are taking over again?
Will be there slaves.



posted on Aug, 12 2005 @ 03:07 PM
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Originally posted by FrostyI heard on the CBS evening news that in parts of Cali it is over $3, but they deserve that.


Why do Californians deserve $3 a gallon?



posted on Aug, 12 2005 @ 07:45 PM
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Why do Californians deserve $3 a gallon?


Is it just me or does california pay more for everything. Gas, Houses, anything of value that can be bought or sold.
Is it because Californians make more money at higher wages so the cost of living goes up? What is Cali's minimum wage now anyway? Just wondering



posted on Aug, 12 2005 @ 07:51 PM
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Originally posted by McGrude

Originally posted by FrostyI heard on the CBS evening news that in parts of Cali it is over $3, but they deserve that.


Why do Californians deserve $3 a gallon?

Because there are more Democrats there...LOL.... could be why, I dont see how it can be 3.00 there and so cheaper in other states... see Ohio is Republican so they take care there people here



posted on Aug, 18 2005 @ 01:47 PM
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Reminder: so far all my oil price predictions were correct. True, so far I only predicted 5 pct moves.

The reason why I can double this time is because TODAY the illuminati are celebrating THe GLORY OF THE OLIVE.

For such a celebration they are ready to loose a few dozen million $$$ to bring the oil price as low as $62.30.

THE GLORY OF THE OLIVE parallel countdown




posted on Aug, 18 2005 @ 01:56 PM
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Originally posted by Chasrac64
This is the highest I have seen it here in Ohio. 2.49 a gallon.

Man, what are you yanks whining about, over here it's $6.48/ gallon, thanks to our government. taxing 75% of it

money.cnn.com...

I'm thinking about buying an old diesel car, and letting it run on vegetable oil, I hear that works perfectly



posted on Aug, 20 2005 @ 03:37 AM
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It's $5.8/gallon here in Finland, here a big portion of the price is also taxes. The finnish gov't won't allow cars that don't run on fossil fuels here, because then they wouldn't get as much tax money
yes it's admitted.

So stop whining yanks, if we can take it, you can take it!



posted on Aug, 20 2005 @ 03:57 AM
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If gas prices reach $5.80 a gallon here in the US, there will be serious and grave reprocussions. Our industry isn't geared up to handle that kind of overhead, which of course throws its burden on to the service and retail industries. Yes I know you guys are paying that kind of price over there, but there you don't have half your industrial centers relying on trucks to drive 2000 miles to bring them their supplies either. I'm not trying to make any sort of qualitative comparison, rather pointing out that our economy and our industry is so dependent on cheap gas that any sudden shift upwards is seriously bad bad news. I think that Petroleum, if anything is America's Akilles Heel.



posted on Aug, 24 2005 @ 01:00 AM
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In a few hours, here we go again for the second and last time, past $66.6.

BTW, two days and 4pct to go, for my 10 pct prediction over five days, as the illuminati celebrated the glory of the olive
www.goldismoney.info...



posted on Aug, 24 2005 @ 05:10 PM
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Now touched $68.
If you know the tricks of the Illuminati in despair, then it´s easy to always predict correctly.
Now even 10 pct moves for fice days..

Note: I will not recommend anymore in public when to BUY or SELL.



posted on Aug, 31 2005 @ 05:30 PM
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Peak Oil and Sinking in Mud

Another Historic Article, September 14, 2004
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Aug, 31 2005 @ 06:12 PM
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Originally posted by Zion Mainframe

Originally posted by Chasrac64
This is the highest I have seen it here in Ohio. 2.49 a gallon.

Man, what are you yanks whining about, over here it's $6.48/ gallon, thanks to our government. taxing 75% of it

money.cnn.com...

I'm thinking about buying an old diesel car, and letting it run on vegetable oil, I hear that works perfectly


Thats because you all have socialist governments, do you think socialism is a good thing now



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