The countries of the world have gold reserves which supposedly back their currencies.
How much does this mean each person is worth according to the gold that central banks use to do their business?
Central bank governors and certain representatives from twenty countries gather for an international forum to discuss how things should be done on your behalf—whether you like it or not.
This is called the G20 forum, the Group of Twenty.
This group of twenty has nothing to do with the group of three hundred, who are working out how to commandeer everything you have and tag you with a chip.
The G20 is merely used as a means to influence governmental decisions and protesters are paid to demonstrate— something that was not known at the secret Bilderberg meetings.
The current gold reserves for each person of every country in the G20 (the 20 largest economies in the globe) have been calculated at a gold price of $1600.
If you live in any of the countries below, you will be surprised to see how much you are worth according to the official figures, below, although financial analyst Lynette Zang (clip below) reckons you are worth more.
United States $0.54
The G20 represents 4,466,447,042
(4.466 million) of the world's population
—about 4 billion more than the stated goal of 500 million on the Georgia Guide Stones.
If gold represents the wealth of a country, then most people are really in trouble.
However, the true wealth of a country has nothing to do with gold.
The true wealth of an economy has to do with the capital that its people possess.
Many academics like to call this capital, intellectual capital, based upon the knowledge that people possess.
However, history tells us that the moral capital of a nation is more important than intellectual capital.
Every civilization that has collapsed has done so because of moral bankruptcy, not financial nor intellectual bankruptcy.
Why is moral capital more important than intellectual or financial capital?
Moral capital has to do with relationships.
Boris Becker was once worth over $100 million, but now he is bankrupt, apparently with a little help from some fiends from Nigeria.
You may hear people say that they are not perfect, as if being perfect is everything, but the psalmist says that there is a limit to perfection.
When speaking of "thy commandment," this is a reference to the Ten Commandments, which have to do with relationships.
Righteous relationships are the key to the soundness, quality and success of the social fabric belonging to the society in which we live.
Without relationships there is no economy, no capital for production, or anyone to trade with, but everyone knows money is made round to go around—unless "times are a changin".
In terms of where the world's finances stand, Bill Holter and Lynette Zang expect that the introduction of a new global currency to be imminent and a monetary reset will take place.
The year 2018 was predicted to be the year of the global phoenix, when the United States dollar would be replaced as the world's underlying currency.
Somehow, the fact that madam president did not get her tiara, could be the reason 2018 is not going to be the year of the phoenix; for now the plans are a changin.
The time of "Jacob's Trouble" is about to come upon the world, which means there is going to be some cheating going on, among other things.
The good news is that those who receive the blessings in similar fashion to what Jacob received, even though cheated, are going to find they come out playing the winning hand.
- For I the Lord do not change; therefore you, O sons of Jacob, are not consumed. From the days of your fathers you have turned aside from my statutes and have not kept them. Return to me, and I will return to you, says the Lord of hosts. But you say, ‘How shall we return?
It is just a matter of knowing what is more precious than gold and how to possess it. Just do not ask Obama!