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Showing posts with label elul 29. Show all posts
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Thursday, December 24, 2015

Bo Polny challenges Jonathan Cahn's work by showing how the Shmitah is really in 2016

In 2015, Harbinger author Jonathan Cahn shocked Wall Street and the theological world with his work on the Shmitah, or Jubilee year in biblical history.  And after Elul 29 came and went with little or no earth shattering event in either finance or geo-politics taking place, the wave of fascination regarding the Shmitah waned into the limelight.



But another biblical scholar, and researcher of cycles is challenging Cahn's assessment that 2015 was to be the year of the Shmitah, and instead points towards October of 2016 as the true date of the historical marker.


What gives Polny some credibility in his research is that over the past year he has correctly called to the day the top of the markets, and the July crash that nearly saw a 20% decline over the next few weeks.

Interestingly as well, analysts like the Guerrilla Economist and Rob Kirby have put 2016 as a more significant year than this one for the culmination of economic chaos, with the dollar front and center for the crash.  And since this is the time for predictions across the board for the coming year in finance and economics, Bo Polny's forecast has a better chance of coming to pass, especially since his track record is incredibly accurate.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Shemitah arrives: Markets now opening for a very interesting week

September 13, or Elul 29 on the Hebrew calendar has finally arrived, and is occurring on a day in which the markets are closed for primary trading.  However, with Asia beginning their Monday open while the West still resides in the Shemitah for a few more hours,  the opportunity for market chaos because of the frequency of this event is still alive and well, and will continue at least until the Fed announces its policy changes for the coming months this Thursday.
The idea behind the Shemitah is that it entails a spiritual law from God that requires man to heed certain economic requirements when it comes to debts, land, finances, and even agriculture.  Every seven years the land, (or in this case markets), must be allowed to remain fallow, and with little productivity so that the economic system can use this year to dissolve toxic assets and prepare the land (or markets) for new blessings.  However, when man chooses not to heed this commandment or policy, nature itself will force a dissolution of wealth, and we have seen this occur time and time again in the markets going back as far 1873 in modern times.

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