The New Tomorrow Part 2 Section 1 : The Philippines take over and why it is important : The Black Eagle Trust : Operation Golden Lily : Much more stuff you may not know



Part II: The Off-Ledger, Occult Economy
Operation Golden Lily, The Black Eagle Trust, 9/11, The Dragon Family, the $1 trillion dollar Keenan federal lawsuit, and the Global Collateral Accounts

*The purpose in establishing this section of the website is to bring together news and information from a wide array of sources reporting on this particular angle of global affairs, which is extraordinary in scope.  These individuals include:  The Unwanted Publicity Information Group, David Guyatt, Sterling and Peggy Seagrave, E.P. Heidner, Neil Keenan, David Wilcock, Benjamin Fulford, Drake Bailey, Winston Shrout, and a select few others.

The Ancient World:  The Silk Road

In a story straight out of an Indiana Jones film, the true history of the Silk Road is one of the greatest tales of antiquity.  The Silk Road was a vast network of interconnecting trade routes that stretched 4,000 miles from Europe (namely the Mediterranean) to as far south as Indonesia.  For thousands of years, these land and sea routes served as the world’s main method of economic and social interaction and exchange.
During the time of the Greco-Roman Empires, vast amounts of goods were traded between the Greek and Roman empires and the nations of the east, namely China.  The Greeks and Romans greatly desired the many beautiful and finely made items produced by the Chinese, including silk, exotic spices, and gold-laced ceramics, china, and pottery; among other things.  The method of payment most widely accepted by the Chinese and other Southeast Asian nations was gold, which was mined extensively throughout the Roman Empire.
During the centuries following the occupation of the New World, (1492 onward), the Spaniards amassed enormous amounts of gold and treasure through the plundering of the ancient indigenous populations of the Americas, i.e. the Inca and Mayan civilizations.  The Spaniards actively engaged in trade along the Silk Road (the spice trade was especially lucrative for the Chinese at this time).  Once again, gold became the standard method of exchange for the eastern nations.
Over thousands of years of trade along the Silk Road, the Chinese accumulated unthinkable amounts of gold, jewels, and ancient treasure.  All told, China and other Southeast Asian nations managed to gain hold of a staggering 85% of the world’s gold(!)

1776 – An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith

The mass amounts of wealth collected by China over thousands of years of trade along the Silk Road did not go unnoticed by the members of the British Aristocracy nor by the British East India Company, which again amassed great wealth through their own dealings with India and China as part of the opium trade.  In 1776, Scottish economist and philosopher Adam Smith published a book which has gone on to become one of the single most important economic texts written in the past 230+ years:  An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations.  In this book, Smith outlines several key economic points:  The establishment of free trade and the importance of implementing a fiat style currency system as opposed to a gold standard currency system, thus placing the world’s gold supply into a centralized system of monetary control.  The main idea behind this was that Smith viewed gold, which has served a universally accepted form of monetary exchange for thousands of years, as an asset which had the potential to create financial instability on a global scale.  Should any one nation find itself in control of a majority of the world’s gold and other precious metals, it would tip the scales of global control, and the world would find itself in an extreme state of imbalance; hence his proposal that gold needed to be centralized to ensure world peace.
In the modern age, free trade and the centralization of gold and other precious metals is viewed outwardly as a positive concept:  In an increasingly global society, the free and open exchange of goods strengthens the world economy.  Unfortunately, when control of such a system is placed into the hands of the wrong people, (as it has been from the outset), it does in fact have the opposite effect:  It destroys national economies and makes poor nations more dependent upon the rich.  Nowhere is this more visible than in the history of the opium trade undertaken by the East India Company (and later the British East Company) with the nation of India.
As part of this scheme, both the EIC and the BEIC flooded the Indian market with vast amounts of cheaply made goods from England.  These goods were made available to the people of India at prices much lower than those of the same products made by companies in India (India’s products were of a much higher quality).  As a result, the homegrown manufacturing economy in India took a massive hit, and India became increasingly reliant upon England to earn enough currency to maintain its infrastructure and trade capabilities with other nations.  The solution for India was to produce more opium and sell it at much lower prices to the English, who in turn used this opium to trade with the Chinese (remember now that up until this point, China had traded almost exclusively in gold).  A massive influx of opium flooded the Chinese market, and a full 40 million Chinese people became addicts.  As a result, China’s economy also took a hit.
In 1839, the emperor of Japan had finally seen enough of this, and began to lobby against the British East India Company, attempting to stifle trade between the two nations (Japan had been dealing in opium through their trade relations with China).  Yet behind the scenes, England’s eyes were focused solely upon the vast amounts of gold and treasures held by the Chinese, and it can be said that the opium trades were the first steps taken in a much more vast and far-reaching plan to destroy the infrastructure of China from the inside out, with the end game being that of seizing control of these treasures.  

1868 – The Meiji Restoration

During the years following the occupation of the New World in 1492, the nation of Japan remained very much a neutral as well as a feudal society.  They maintained closed trade relations between themselves and most other nations, (the Dutch and Chinese being among the only exceptions to this), and refused to open their borders to the Western world.  That all changed when, in 1853, Matthew C. Perry, Commodore of the United States navy, led a fleet of ships into Japanese waters (with canons pointed) and forcibly opened the Japanese waters to the Westerners.  One year later, in 1854, the Convention of Kanagawa/Kanagawa Treaty was adopted, which opened the ports of Shimoda and Hakodate to trade with the West.
Over the course of the next fourteen years, the social interactions which occurred between the Westerners and the Japanese had a profound effect upon Japanese society, which, again, had been closed off to most of the rest of the outside world for many centuries (read more about this HERE).
Over the course of these years, agents from the West, ultimately funded by and acting on behalf of the Rothschilds and others, sowed the seeds of revolution in Japan.  The Westerners armed the southern Satsuma and Chotsu clans with modern weapons.  These clans, which included mostly younger men, were cajoled into rebelling against the ruling Shogun and the Tokugawa.  In 1868, after years of tension between these two factions, a coup d’etat took place, and a new Emperor (Meiji) rose to take the throne.
The years following the restoration of 1868 saw a rapid rise in the technological infrastructure of Japan, again funded from Western sources.  The ultimate target here, just as it had been in the case of the opium trade with India, was China.  More specifically, the gold which, again, accounted for 85% of the world’s total sum up to that point in history.  It should come as no surprise, then, that as a result of forced reforms, both from within the country as well as from outside Western influence, Japan experienced incredibly rapid industrialization and modernization.  Nowhere was this more prevalent than in the incredible build-up of the Japanese navy, modeled after the British Royal Navy, which itself had sent advisors to Japan to train the Japanese in the art of modern warfare.  This all came to a head when, in 1894, the Japanese became embroiled in a conflict with China known as the First Sino-Japanese War.  This conflict raged throughout 1894-95, and resulted in a massive power shift in the Asian world, as Japan took control of Korea.  China was forced to pay reparations to the Japanese in the form of many thousands of tons of silver.  Thus, it can be said that this conflict was the beginning of the massive amounts of looting of Chinese treasure that would take place over the course of the next several decades.


Image from an 1894 issue of Punch magazine depicting the small nation of Japan conquering the giant nation of China

1930 – The foundation of the Bank for International Settlements

In the aftermath of World War I, (which is remembered as the most brutal and horrific conflict in human history, “the war to end all wars”), many of the nations of Europe, together with several other of the world’s leading nations, signed an agreement to surrender their precious metals holdings into one single centralized system of monetary control.  The gold and other precious metals would be ‘placed on deposit’, thus ensuring that each nation still ‘owned’ their assets.  Thus was born the Bank for International Settlements, ‘the central bank of central banks’, which exists to this very day as the single most powerful banking institution on the planet.  The list of nations included in this arrangement included the following (statement taken directly from the Brussels protocol of 1936):

“The duly authorised representatives of the Government of His Majesty the King of the Belgians, the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Government of Canada, the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, the Government of New Zealand, the Government of the Union of South Africa, the Government of India, the Government of the French Republic, the Government of His Majesty the King of the Hellenes [Greece], the Government of His Majesty the King of Italy, the Government of His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, the Government of the Republic of Poland, the Government of the Republic of Portugal, the Government of His Majesty the King of Roumania, the Government of the Swiss Confederation, the Government of His Majesty the King of Yugoslavia.”  

These protocols (which are available as a PDF download HERE), go on to state the following:

“The Bank for International Settlements, its property and assets as well as all the property and assets which are or will be entrusted to it, whether coin or other fungible goods, gold bullion, silver or any other metal, precious objects, securities or any other objects the deposit of which is admissible in accordance with banking practice, are exempt from the provisions or measures referred to in paragraph 2 of Article X of the Agreement with Germany and in Article 10 of the Constituent Charter consecutive to the Convention with Switzerland, of the 20th January 1930.

The property and assets of third parties, held by any other institution or person, on the instructions, in the name or for the account of the Bank for International Settlements, shall be considered as entrusted to the Bank for International Settlements and as enjoying the immunities laid down by the Articles above-mentioned by the same right as the property and assets which the Bank for International Settlements holds for the account of others, in the premises set apart for this purpose by the Bank, its branches or agencies.”

In exchange for putting their 
“gold bullion, silver or any other metal, precious objects, securities or any other objects the deposit of which is admissible” on deposit with the BIS, the leaders of nations were granted bonds in enormous denominations, some of which individually topped the $1 billion dollar mark.  The leaders were instructed to bury these bonds, as they were never intended to be revealed to the public.  This was all done in secret, away from the eyes of the free people of the planet, by the leaders of the most powerful nations on earth.  *Note:  You will notice that the United States is not one of the nations mentioned in this protocol.  This is due to the fact that the U.S. willingly surrendered their precious metals holdings (the following section regarding President Roosevelt’s New Deal program played a part in this).  Much more information regarding the history of the BIS, including many pages of documentation, can be found on the legal section of their website by clicking HERE.
While the ‘official’ history of the BIS can be corroborated through information gathered on their website, the ‘unofficial’ story is far more secretive and indeed nefarious in nature.  The drafting of a plan to form a global central bank to ‘put on deposit’ the gold and precious metals assets of many of the world’s most powerful nations actually began in 1921, when Japanese Emperor Hirohito, the grandson of the Meiji Emperor, was invited to take a six month tour of many of the major European nations.  One of these included a visit by Hirohito to London to meet with King George V (live footage of his arrival can be seen HERE).  What the history books do not tell us are the true reasons for Hirohito’s pre-World War II involvement with many of the leaders of the most powerful European nations:  To make a secret deal with the Western oligarchy to loot Southeast Asia of its vast hordes of gold and precious metals.
After World War I, it was decided by world leaders that the only way to achieve prosperity and harmony in the future was by creating a centralized system of control over the world’s supply of gold and other precious metals.  At the time, a decentralized system of precious metals ownership existing amongst the nations of the world was viewed as a possible catalyst for future conflict, as in this type of a system, it remained all too possible for one or a small number of nations to possess the majority of the world’s precious metals supply, thus leading to global financial imbalance.  While this seems initially like a noble idea, it must be clearly understood that the people who were behind this, the true power brokers, cared little for the welfare of the free people of the planet.  It is for this very reason why this deal was developed in secret, away from the eyes of the public.  The reason why Hirohito was invited into the fold was due to the fact that, at this time, a majority of the world’s gold was in fact centered in Southeast Asia, having been brought there through thousands of years of trade along the silk road.  Seeing as how the Southeast Asian nations played no part in the atrocities of World War I, they had little reason to agree to such a centralized system of control over the world’s monetary system.  Thus, Japan was to be used a proxy to obtain these vast riches through theft and murder (much more on this to come further along in the report).  In essence, Hirohito himself was used as a puppet for the Western oligarchy to obtain possession of Southeast Asia’s vast riches.  Click HERE to read an in-depth article regarding the shadowy side of Emperor Hirohito, one that was only revealed in his dealings with the Western oligarchy.


Much more information regarding the history of this is revealed in sections 4 and 5 of the research report entitled Financial Tyranny, written by best-selling author and lecturer David Wilcock.  Wilcock’s knowledge of this subject is vast in scope, and covers the entire history of this occult economic structure from the late 18th century up to the present day.  The report in its entirety is viewable HERE.

1933-1936 Roosevelt’s New Deal:  The hidden agenda

The New Deal was a series of economic programs set into action by F.D.R. between 1933-36 in response to the great depression.  The programs, (outwardly, at least), were an attempt to restore economic prosperity and balance to the United States.
One of the programs put into effect as part of The New Deal was Executive Order 6102, signed on April 5th, 1933, “forbidding the Hoarding of Gold Coin, Gold Bullion, and Gold Certificates within the continental United States”.  The order criminalized the possession of monetary gold by any individual, partnership, association or corporation.  Those who held gold at home, in accounts, or in safety deposit boxes were told that in return for handing in their gold, they would receive a payment of $20.67 per ounce.  Those who refused would face the threat of large fines and possibly a prison sentence.  This order also forced all gold mining operations to sell only to the U.S. government.
The order was sold to the public as a necessary step in restoring a fiat type of economic structure based upon hard work, manufacturing, and production as the true elements by which a nation’s currency should be measured.  It warned of the dangers involved in a gold standard currency system, which was one of the very same ideas set forth in Adam Smith’s aforementioned book An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations.  While this order may have seemed at the time like a noble attempt to restore order to the economic system, it was, in actuality, a massive grabbing and gathering of gold in an attempt to take it off the market and put it into deposits which would be held by the Federal Reserve Bank.
Several months later, in January of 1934, the Gold Reserve Act of 1934 was passed.  This act officially centralized control of the vast majority of U.S. gold reserves, both foreign and domestic, into the hands of the Federal Reserve system.  A copy of this act can be downloaded by clicking HERE.


Here is an article written by William L. Anderson, Ph.D, professor of economics at Frostburg State University in Maryland regarding the drawbacks of Roosevelt’s New Deal.

1937-1941:  Golden Lily, The Second Sino-Japanese War, The Rape of Nanking, and World War II

One of history’s least known yet most infamous individuals is Prince Chichibu (also known as Prince Yasuhito), the brother of then Emperor Hirohito of Japan.  It is well known that the English speaking Chichibu went to great lengths to establish good relations between Japan and England; most especially with the British royal family.
Beginning in the late 1920’s Prince Chichibu, along with General Tomoyuki Yamashita (who later became the general of the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II), as well as Admiral Yoshio Kodama, were tasked by the Emperor with undertaking an ultra-secret operation known as Golden Lily.  The purpose of this operation was to plunder China and Southeast Asia’s vast treasures and take them under Japanese control.  The first step in this vast operation began sometime in the late 1920’s in a devious plot set forth by the Emperor.  According to the book Gold Warriors written by Peggy and Sterling Seagrave:

“So, the story of World War 2 loot in the Philippine Islands is no myth *(more on the subject of gold in the Philippines in the next section).  As far back as the late 1920s, Emperor Hirohito realized that a new world war was coming.  He foresaw that to defeat the United States would require an extraordinary military force backed by unprecedented financing.  He organized a special team to confiscate the wealth of Asia.  The project (was) entrusted solely to the leadership of the Royal Family (in particular to Prince Chichibu, Hirohito’s younger brother).  This team was code named Kin No Yuri, or Golden Lily.

In the decade preceding the war, Japan introduced hundreds of spies into the twelve Asian nations they would eventually conquer.  Disguised as civilians from all walks of life, their mission was to locate and map the storehouses of wealth throughout the regions.  Targets included museums, treasuries, banks, churches, temples, monasteries, shrines, mining operations and large corporations, as well as wealthy families and organized crime syndicates.  Detailed reports were continually sent to the royalty in Tokyo who wanted to have one basic thing, a list of whoever held the keys and combinations to the vaults who would soon become candidates for interrogation and torture.”

Prince Chichibu, brother of Emperor Hirohito and commander of Operation Golden Lily

In the summer of 1937, the Second Sino-Japanese war was underway between Japan and China (this conflict ultimately served as a precursor to World War II).  In the years leading up to this war, relations between Japan and China had been shaky at best, and small-scale conflicts had raged for years.
The conflict may have officially begun in the summer of 1937, but it was in December of that same year that a massacre of untold proportions took place:  The Rape of Nanking, in which the then Chinese capital city was invaded and laid completely to waste by the Japanese armies.  It is said that as part of this conflict, hundreds of thousands of citizens living in Nanking, men, women, and children, were massacred.  The Second Sino-Japanese War raged on for years until, in 1941, the bombing of Pearl Harbor embroiled the Asian world in a full-scale global conflict.
One of the aspects of World War II that often goes unnoticed is that of the wide-scale looting of treasure undertaken by the Nazi regime during the war.  It is well documented that the Nazis did in fact plunder vast sums of treasure and wealth from throughout Europe, much of which (it is reported) was recovered by Allied forces after the war, but some of which remains missing to this day.  Please see the following clip from the documentary film Gold! Man’s Greatest Obsession.


Left to Right:  Allied forces seizing Jewish treasures in 1945 in a mine at Merkers in Southern Germany (the man reaching into the chest is Supreme Allied Commander of European forces Dwight D. Eisenhower); Bags of plundered Nazi gold recovered at Merkers; Crates of gold bullion recovered from the Reichsbank, the central bank of Germany.

What has been almost completely brushed aside by history, however, is that of the plunders of the Japanese in China and in Southern Asia (thirteen nations in all) as part of Operation Golden Lily, which continued more aggressively than ever during World War II.  The sheer volume of gold and treasure that was stolen from the Chinese and other nations during the war years makes the looting undertaken by the Nazis in Europe look like a common convenience store robbery.
To this very day, it remains common knowledge throughout China that vast wealth was taken from them both before and during the war, but because of the utter secrecy of Operation Golden Lily, as well as the complete control of media outlets in the Western world throughout the entire course of the 20th century, this fact has gone completely unreported in the West.  Which begs the question:  Knowing full well that treasure more vast than can be imagined was taken as part of the war effort, why has this gone unreported, and where exactly did all of this treasure end up?
The following is a short documentary film on the subject.  Note that the man speaking in the film, Rhawn Joseph, claims that the gold and treasures plundered by the Japanese totaled $100 billion dollars.  This figure in confirmed in the book Gold Warriors, written by investigative journalists Sterling and Peggy Seagrave (much more on this book to come further on in this report).  As you will read in the next section of this report, vast amounts of this stolen treasure were hidden by the Japanese throughout the Philippines.  As the authors tell us,

“…a ranking Japanese officer who was a cousin of Emperor Hirohito…(confirms) that the Japanese had hidden over $100 billion worth of treasure in the Philippines and it would take ‘more than a century’ to recover it all.'”

It should be noted, however, that based upon additional information provided later in this report, this $100 billion dollar estimate is in fact a grossly underestimated figure.

1941-1945:  The Philippine Occupation

Gold bullion recovered from tunnels dug in the Philippines as part of Operation Golden Lily

As World War II raged on throughout Europe and Asia, the treasures amassed by Japan were so vast that they required a place to be stored off the Japanese mainland.  Beginning in December of 1941, and immediately following the invasion of Pearl Harbor, the Japanese began a full-scale occupation of the Philippines.  The forces of General Douglas Macarthur, supreme commander of the U.S. armed forces of the Far East, were driven out of the country.  In January of 1942 Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, was occupied, and then-President Quezon fled the country.  The Japanese invasion forces were ruthless in their invasion of the islands, but oddly enough they spared the city of Manila from decimation.
Over the course of the next four years, the Japanese began to secretly transport the hordes of wealth captured from China and the rest of Asia to the Philippines.  The idea was that once the war effort was complete, the treasure would be moved back to Japan, to the capital city of Tokyo.  However, as the war progressed and the tide of battle began to turn, General Yamashita realized that the effort was lost.
In the summer of 1945, the Japanese military began a massive undertaking to cover the entrances of the many underground caves and tunnels that they had built throughout the Philippines to store the treasure.  This was done by detonating dynamite at the entrances of the caves and tunnels.  It was decided at the time by the most senior officials of the Japanese military as well as the government that knowledge of the treasure sites should remain with only a small number of ruling elites.  Thus, the thousands of civilians, prisoners of war, and even a select number of Japanese soldiers that were used to create the tunnels, caves, and mineshafts would be buried inside along with the treasure.  Many were gunned down on the spot and their bodies buried in the tunnels.  All told, it is estimated that as many as 175 vast networks of tunnels were created and then sealed over, each one containing vast sums of gold, silver, and ancient treasure that accounted for the majority of the treasures accumulated by China and other nations over thousands of years of trade along the Silk Road.
The following sources are good places to start in one’s search to begin unraveling the mysteries of these hidden treasures buried throughout the Philippines:


Unwanted Publicity Intelligence is perhaps the most interesting accounting of the above information to be found on the internet.  It contains a great deal of sensitive material, including photos and videos which were never intended to be leaked to the public.  One video in particular is quite astonishing:  Live, behind-the-scenes video footage of police officers confiscating $134.5 billion dollars worth of bonds on the Swiss/Italian border in 2009 (more about this important event to come later in this report).  The authors of the site wish to remain anonymous (for obvious reasons) but refer to themselves collectively as the ‘Unwanted Publicity Information Group’.

The Secret Gold Treaty, released in 2000 by former banking insider David Guyatt (who had a thirty year career as an investment banker in London), is one the earliest known texts regarding the current state of affairs concerning the Global Collateral Accounts.  The text is available as a free PDF download by clicking HERE.  You may also visit the following LINK to read the book online and to view more than 100 photos of the individuals involved as well as highly sensitive documents corroborating much of what Guyatt reports in his book.

The following research articles, entitled The Spoils of War and Princes of Plunder, were also written by Guyatt.  His web site, Deep Black Lies, seems to contain a great deal of sensitive material, including down-loadable books with many photos and seized documents.

This particular book, Gold Warriors, is unique in scope, and goes into great detail regarding the hordes of gold buried in the Philippines.  According to information found on the website for Verso Publishing, the independent publishing house that released this book, Sterling Seagrave is a former reporter for the Washington Post now turned freelance investigative journalist, who has contributed work to Time, Life, Atlantic Monthly, and the Far Eastern Economic Review.  It appears also that the Seagraves have their own independent publishing company called Bowstring Books, and have authored several other titles dealing with many of the same issues regarding the history of the Pacific Rim.

Here is a link to a private Education Forum in which this book is reviewed and discussed.  Also on this page is a type of question and answer forum in which Sterling Seagrave answers questions about the book.

World War 2 Treasure is a web site that appears to be actively seeking international investors to fund further expeditions into the Philippines in search of the buried treasure. 

1944:  Bretton Woods and The Black Eagle Trust

The tales of vast amounts of gold and ancient treasures stolen by the Japanese as part of Operation Golden Lily and later hidden throughout Japan and buried in the Philippines became known to the Allied forces through a vast and complex network of spies.  Two men in particular, Severino Garcia Santa Romana (known as Santy in intelligence circles) and General Edward Lansdale were charged with finding out the exact locations of the treasure tunnels throughout the Philippines.  In 1945, after the surrender of General Yamashita, Santa Romana took his chauffeur, a one Major Kojima Kashii, into custody.  Kashii was tortured, and he eventually revealed the locations of some of these treasure sites.  In November of 1945, Santy and Lansdale led General Douglas Macarthur, chief commander of the U.S. forces in the Pacific during World War II, straight to the treasure sites.
In July of 1944, delegates from 44 nations met in New Hampshire and developed the Bretton Woods system of monetary management.  On the outside, this was shown to be an effort to rebuild the world’s financial system in the aftermath of World War II (by this point, the war had turned in favor of the Allied forces on all fronts).  The idea seemed noble enough.  However, there was a hidden agenda behind all of this.  Because of vast spy networks that had been established behind the scenes throughout the course of the war, the top level brass had knowledge of the treasures that were plundered by the Nazis and the Japanese.  In anticipation of the securing of these riches by the Allied forces, the delegates set up the International Monetary Fund, and discussed what should be done with the plunder once in the hands of the Allied forces. However, it was not until later in 1945, when both General Dwight D. Eisenhower as well as General Macarthur had informed President Truman just how vast the treasure indeed was, that the powers that be decided to set up the ultra secret Black Eagle Trust (named after the black eagle symbol of the Third Reich).  One of the main players in the establishment of this fund was Henry L. Stimson, then U.S. Secretary of War.  Various reports in the public domain that have attempted to catalogue the amount of riches lost in the war in both Europe and Asia estimate that this treasure amounted to a total of 280,000 tonnes of metric gold, not including jewels and diamonds.
Between 1945 and 1947, astronomical sums of gold bullion and jewels were transferred out of Germany, Japan, the Philippines, and other sites throughout Asia and moved into 172 accounts in 42 different nations, one of the largest of these being called the M Fund (that would be ‘M’ for General William Frederic Marquat, one of General MacArthur’s most trusted military insiders).  Vast amounts went straight into the accounts of the Federal Reserve as well as the Bank for International Settlements.  Over the years, these riches have been used as part of a global political action fund to accomplish the following:

o    To bribe statesmen and military officials as well as to buy elections the world over.  One way in which this has been accomplished is through the massive amounts of campaign funding received by politicians throughout the Western world to ensure that the right people get into positions of power, i.e. those who will watch out for the interests of the bankers and the money holders (the heirs to the thrones of the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, and J.P. Morgans of the world)

o    To create a global policy of implementing western capitalism and fighting communism.  While this may seem to many to be a noble cause, it is deeply flawed, as in actuality it has created an enormous rift between Russia/China and the U.S./European/Japanese alignments, and has left most of the rest of the world in a perpetual state of poverty, with little power to influence global affairs.

o    Potentially as part of a massive cover up involving a false flag operation on September 11th, 2001 intended to cover up the clearing of $240 billion dollars in securities bonds covertly created in September of 1991 to fund a covert economic war against the Soviet Union, during which unknown western investors bought up much of the Soviet industry, with a focus on oil and gas.  News reports have also surfaced that in the wake of the attacks, massive amounts of gold disappeared from the basements of the World Trade Centers’ basement vaults, which may ultimately link back to the Black Eagle Trust  (much more on this further on in this report).

As we are told by former London banking insider David Guyatt in his research report entitled Project Hammer,

“The financial, banking and economic shadow-world…is the dirty little secret of the Western economy.  It is a form of money creation that is effectively unchallenged by any form of oversight or accountability as we understand it.”

The ramifications of this much wealth are staggering.  It is difficult to say with any certainty what the totals amount to, but it is certainly trillions of dollars many, many times over.  Remember, we are talking about most of the gold, jewels, and treasures (not to mention diamonds, which are another matter entirely) that have been accumulated over the course of thousands years.  It has given the United States and its allies a seemingly limitless amount of funds with which to use to steer global policy into the future.  But seeing as how the money was ultimately put into the hands of private banking cartels such as the Federal Reserve, it  has allowed these institutions to become, for all intents and purposes, the masters of the universe.  It has become the most grand theft imaginable, and may very well be the MAIN REASON why the world finds itself in such turmoil today.  We all know that the wealth of the world is not being shared, but very few realize just how much wealth there really is to be had.  Understand also that all of these precious metals, jewels, diamonds, ancient treasures, and most especially gold represent the REAL wealth of the world.  It will come as a shock to many to know that the free people of the planet are, to a large degree, not a part of this off-ledger, occult economic system.  It is for this very reason why, in the United States for example, we trade in Federal Reserve Notes, which are paper currently which are not legally ‘backed’ by much of anything.  And if they are backed by off-ledger gold, these are not assets that legally belong to the Federal Reserve nor to the BIS.  In essence, the majority of the world’s real wealth has been hijacked and is, for the most part, being kept a closely guarded secret.  It is for this very reason why the wealth of the world is centered into the hands of a very small number of people, while the mass populace is made to struggle along in day to day life, never being invited into this world of hidden riches.  


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  1. I once met a gentleman who was looking for this Philippine gold, he lived in Angeles City (near the old Clark Air Force base). Using technology that can detect if gold (using frequency based detection) is buried and how deep it is and what kind it is by just taking photographs of suspected areas. I can’t really go into detail how the technology works, although it was explained to me a while back (2009). Anyway, the gentleman who developed it claimed to have worked for Interpol and showed me his ID. He also claimed to have worked with ex CIA agents (who live in this really effin huge lavish homes in Angeles city) to help fund the digs for the sites he claims he was “close” with these things. But the size and depth of amount of the gold converted into US dollars was something outlandish. In one dig, he claimed there was about more than 20 metric tons and that was just at one site! At today’s rate that’s about $1250390979.6 dollars. He also claimed that a much larger deposit (probably 5-6 times the amount if I can recall) of the gold was already being pursued by some German group and their camp was heavily guarded with advanced digging equipment (back in 2009). Mind you, this was one of the many suspected sites that he was onto. He also suspected that the some of Gold was shipped off at the last minute but was sunk along the south China sea. Which confirms some of the stories of what’s going on in the region today with the territory disputes with China. Anyway, he told me he had a real problem with getting all this gold anyway, like “who had enough money to buy it all?” His thoughts were to sell the gold the US Federal Reserve once he dug it up and got past all the traps. I haven’t heard anything since from this gentleman in 2010 and can no longer find him. Either he told me some really interesting tale or he really was on to something!

    • Light workerSxm do Frequency testing and yes it really works ,,we have one guy who can do it at a professional level, he can uncover bones and determine thm form cremated ones. so i would not turn a blind eye to what you have heard Namaste Dave

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