“True leaders don’t invest in buildings. Jesus never built a building. They invest in people.”
~ Myles Munroe
In the 2nd Quarter 2022 Equity Overview, the Solari Team and I produced an update of a mega collection of links responsive to all the questions we get in our quarterly Equity Overviews. We called it “Building Family Wealth – The Solari Approach to Personal and Financial Planning.” In the process, we decided to turn it into a web presentation for the theme of the 3rd Quarter 2022 Wrap Up. We shortened the title to simply Building Wealth.
From the summer of 2022 through the 1st Quarter 2023, we have been developing and testing the launch of a Building Wealth curriculum that integrates all the topic areas we consider essential. Among other things, I had the opportunity to present it in October at the Wise Traditions conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation in Knoxville, Tennessee.
We ask subscribers to forgive our delay in completing this Wrap Up. As we were finalizing the organization of the Building Wealth materials, we wanted to make sure that the framework would be complete and would include all categories of Solari materials that are relevant to personal and financial planning in our unique environment. In short, we wanted the curriculum to be truly useful for our subscribers.
I started the 3rd Quarter 2022 in the Netherlands, heading to Germany in August to join our Future Science Series host Ulrike Granögger and German, Swiss, and American subscribers for a subscriber event and then the Madama Butterfly opera and a symphony concert at Lake Constance. We heard a wealth of intelligence about what subscribers were dealing with in managing health, business, education, and investments in the pandemic environment. I then headed to Arlesheim for a week with Thomas Meyer and his family, as Thomas continued to record lectures for Solari’s Spiritual Science Academy. Thomas and I also took time to record an interview about the Lord’s Prayer.
In August, we also launched the Solution Series to run for a year as a partnership between Solari and Corey Lynn of Corey’s Digs and her colleague James White. Our subscribers want to know: “What’s the action? What can I do?” Corey and James are doing a first-rate job, with two hard-hitting interviews a month to continue through July 2023. I recorded one of the first interviews with them in August: “Financial Strategies During Wartime.”
While at Lake Constance, Whitney Webb sent me an advance copy of her two-volume tour de force on American organized crime and Jeffrey Epstein—One Nation Under Blackmail—and then joined me on the Solari Report in September to talk about it.
One of the debates during this period was about whether the events of the Covid-19 pandemic represented an engineered mass atrocity or a “mass formation”—a new and dubious hypothesis that attributes events to a psychological phenomenon created by the general population. We published a series of book reviews and interviews critical of the mass formation hypothesis, culminating in late November with the republication of an excellent piece published by Whitney Webb on her Unlimited Hangout site, “Covid-19 – Mass Formation or Mass Atrocity?” guest-authored by David Hughes, Valerie Kyrie, and Daniel Broudy.
I clearly come down on the side of mass atrocity. The Going Direct Reset combined with the pandemic has been a highly engineered and managed operation, one that depended on military implementation and, I am confident, was marketed with military-grade neurological weapons—that is, very sophisticated mind control technology. Conversely, one of the appeals of the mass formation theory—for some—is its potential use to create a “get out of jail free” card for the very people who engineered and implemented the mass atrocity, including those who profited richly. Please choose the rule of law—we are each accountable for our individual actions under the law. Let’s not excuse genocide by attributing it to the psychological desires of the victims and their families.
A second major effort during the 3rd Quarter was bringing transparency to the activities of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS)—the “central bank of central banks” that is leading the push for central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). Patrick Wood joined me for a two-part series on the sovereign immunities enjoyed by the BIS as well as some of the international organizations deeply involved in the push for central control, including the IMF, World Bank, and United Nations. In August, I published “Does the BIS Owe Us $21 Trillion (Or Owe You $65,000)?” regarding the BIS role in the financial coup that began in fiscal 1998 in the United States. Two other interviews, one with Swedish scholar Jacob Nordangård and one with Dutch author and researcher Rypke Zeilmaker, also helped us understand how climate change narratives and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are serving to make up a lot more rules for you and me—in other words, those of us who do not enjoy sovereign immunities.
In the last week of September, I headed to Mexico for a week with Swiss friends and their charming family in the beautiful hillsides outside of Guadalajara. I then flew to Texas on the 1st of October. This was my first time in the United States since I had left in January 2020 for what was supposed to be a three-month trip to the Netherlands. I had a marvelous and remarkable time road-tripping through Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania—stay tuned for more about that in the “Closing & Credits” of our forthcoming 2022 Annual Wrap Up. Suffice it to say that the trip was a real homecoming. I will be back in the United States for April 2023 and, depending on the ease of travel, I hope to continue dividing my time between the U.S. and Europe.
Throughout the 3rd Quarter, price inflation continued to rise globally. This was, in fact, baked into the cake with the Fed’s actions in 2019 and 2020, as described so well by John Titus in our 2020 Annual Wrap Up on the Going Direct Reset. Even when you know inflation is coming, however, it bites when it arrives—a reminder that the ongoing war is taking its toll on both health and pocketbooks. It is one of the reasons we asked Jennifer Walters to lead our Health Series to discuss the hard-nosed realities involved in taking care of our health when many parts of traditional health care systems can no longer be trusted. It is all part of navigating what I call “the Great Poisoning”—and it is of the utmost importance to us that we support you in doing so.
We have many people to thank, starting with the Solari team, our series hosts, and our subscribers. As we agreed earlier this year, we will hold our detailed thank yous for the Annual Wrap Up. Nevertheless, I want to stress again how deeply grateful I and our entire team are for your prayers, your actionable intelligence, and your financial support.
Catherine Austin Fitts
March 12, 2023