The Dark Dynamics of Debt and Fear
The Dark Dynamics of Debt and Fear
By David Cameron
Debt. Who isn't in it nowadays? It seems to have captured almost
everybody these days. Individuals are in debt, companies are in
debt, even nations are in debt. And this debt is collapsing on
people, companies and countries. The question is why are we
playing the debt game? Who said we have to play it? When did it
start? How can you get out and ahead of it and not be swallowed
In this article, we are not going to look at the cosmetic reasons
behind debt, nor the cosmetic fixes to it. We are not going to
look at how to cut down your business expenses, put your credit
card in water and freeze it in your freezer, or do anything else
cosmetic to get out of debt. These tactics have their place, and
they are useful in certain situations. But right here, we will
look at the root cause and root solution. Let us begin.
First of all, let us define money. Money is the energy of
exchange or transfer of value. It is neither good not bad, it
just is. You build wealth by building some type of value within
you, and then extending this value outside of you. For example,
you can learn to be a doctor, and thereby build that type of
value within you. Or you can learn how to start a business that
provides a service to people. You build value within you, and
then you extend that outside, through trade or other means, and
in exchange of that extension you are compensated with cash
money. Cash money is merely an exchange of value within and
between beings. See, money in itself is neither good nor bad. It
is just an exchange of the underlying values between two or more
So where does debt come into the scene? And why? Ok, it is time
for a history lesson. I am sure you all know that before cash
money was invented in it's present form, people used to trade by
barter. They would exchange goods. Finally, one day, a powerful
merchant family said "We have another way we can do this". I
believe it was the Medici family of Florence, although the Romans and other civilizations also had their own coins. Anyway, the
first paper money worked as follows. A trader would go exchange
his or her goods for gold. They then take this gold to deposit it
with the Medici, and the Medici write up a paper with their
signature and seal, a paper that would represent the gold that
was deposited with them. This solved various security and
portability issues and increased trade. This paper, upon return
to the Medici, would be exchanged into its gold equivalent. That
is where the gold standard came from.
Now let us look at debt. Imagine that the Medici have just opened
up their first bank and announced the new scheme to the traders.
So one trader, let us call him Alan, goes to the Medici and
deposits $100 worth of gold. The Medici makes up a paper saying
that this paper was exchangeable for $100 worth of gold upon its
return (less a banking fee, plus an interest, whatever). Alan
takes this paper and goes home. Alan can use this paper to buy
things, but let us assume he does not. Now James, another guy,
wants to start a new business, a hotel. He has the land and
building but needs some pots and pans. He does not have any goods to trade in exchange for pots and pans, but he hears the Medici
are giving loans.
So James goes to the Medici and asks for a $100 loan. The Medici
say they can do that, but James has to pledge his land and
building as a security, collateral, in case of default. The
Medici make up money (money that did not exist) on paper, sign
and seal it, and give it to James. The condition is that on
return, James has to give back $100 plus $10 interest. Now freeze right there. Imagine that James and Alan are the Medici's only two customers at the time. Which means that the economy only has two paper notes out there, one with Alan and one with James. And
James has to return his plus $10. Where will James get that $10,
unless Alan comes and rents a room at James' hotel for $10? The
Medici did not print the extra $10! So even if James is hyper-
careful with his loan, even if he does not spend it but returns
it after a year intact, it is physically impossible for him to
pay the $10 interest, because he cannot print the extra money and
Alan does not want to spend his, yet Alan is the only one with
the only other note printed! Do you see the error in this system?
Even if James now has goods to trade, he cannot trade them for
paper money because there is no more out there. James will have
to lose his hotel to the Medici simply because of a paper
shortage error. Debt, by its very nature, is designed to fail for
a certain percentage of the population, no matter how much effort
or care they put! And it is so simply because there is not enough
money created for the interest requested. The only reason this
illusion has managed to run this far is that there are millions
of players. Every now and then, the debt bubble bursts, but
someone somewhere comes and rescues it, again with more debt and
more conditions of control. It happens to individuals, companies
and countries. And it keeps rising, getting bigger and bigger.
So what? What does this mean to you? Simple. As you are about to
see next, debt is a function of control and hence fear. Give me a
minute and you will see why. Read on. Debt is a product of fear,
and a deep seated belief in not having and not being able to
have. And fear is a means of control. We all play the control
game. We play it with our spouses, family, friends, competitors,
customers, and so on. What happens when you feel that you are in
control of another person? You feel powerful, and they feel
drained. But, there is a rule that say "As above, so below". The
physical is evidence of the spiritual. Fear, were you to observe
it at an energy level, leads to the victimizer sucking the energy
out of the victim. It is an energy game. When one is in fear,
they lose energy to those who put fear into them. Isn't that the
way any abusive relationship works? It does not matter whether
this relationship is between people, institutions or countries.
Before we look at you further, let us consider the mortgage game
that many of us play. Mortgage. What does that word mean? Where
does it come from? Split it up and look at its origins. Mort,
muerto, mortuary, morgue... do you see the root? Gage, engage.
Engaged till death. Why would your house loan be called a name
that has its word origins from the words that mean death and
engagement? Why those two? Of all the millions of words, why
those two? The English language was built up by deriving words
primarily from Latin. And Latin came from the Romans, a nation
that inherited much of its wisdom from the Greeks who in turn got
a lot from the original Egyptian civilization, all of which had
one common ancestor, the wise Hermes Trismegistus, the same
person known as the Egyptian and Greek god Thoth, the same person
known in Christian and Jewish history as the powerful Enoch, one
of only three men in the Bible to end their life on earth by
simply rising to the skies and disappearing. This is the same
person who invented language and writing, geometry and
architecture. This is the same person whose teachings ended up
forming the Essene school, the same one that Pythagorus and Jesus
studied under. And a core Hermetic teaching is this: As Above, So
Below. And the language invented was designed to reflect this
law. Above here means the spirit or energy side of things, and below is the evidence we see as physical objects.
Now let us get back to you and debt. What does debt make you feel; especially when you cannot pay it or you are worried about how to pay it or missing a payment? It makes you feel fear. Whatever is scaring you is attempting to control your thoughts and actions and is stealing your energy for its own growth. There are two ways to grow. Out of fear and out of love. The fear-based growth works, but it is destined for eventual collapse, simply because it is not real. Nothing real can be threatened, and nothing that is unreal exists but as an illusion. This is not the time to blame the issuers of debt, or anyone else for that matter. There is no judgment or guilt in the matter. Only energetic facts. The minute you start playing a blame and judgment game, you enter into a victim position, and that is no good for you.
And the fact is this: debt is a function of fear and self-worth
issues. You will find that people with more love of their own
self, and high self-esteem, are very wealthy and prosperous,
especially on the long-term, and if they choose to be. Prosperity
is a natural result of love and self-worth. Look at the rich.
Even if they have debt, their asset column is longer than their
debt column. They only use debt as a tool. And they always have
more assets than debt. And what is their demeanor like?
Confident, stable, of high self-worth and self-esteem, and their
love column is often longer than their fear column. They may have
fears, of course, but their fears do not outweigh their love and
passion for who they are, what they do, the world they live in.
Now consider people with debt problems, or countries with debt
problems. What is the personality of such people? Chaos, fear,
never having enough, support issues, and so on. These do not
arise because of debt. The debt arises because of these mental
states. That is not a bad thing. Remember, we are not judging
anything here. We are merely observing energetic facts. There is
no need of tying a thought and an emotion to that fact. Now, the
debt merely represents them losing their life energy to an
external entity. But they only lose it because they accept to do
so. Only they can say "I accept". And only they can say "OK, I
have had it with this crap, I put my foot down, and I am now
seeing myself differently."
The debt rope is always being thrown at us all the time. You
don't have to grab it. The world has built a very large global
fear-ego, and this fear-ego is expressing itself in various
physical means to maintain itself. Our world is now a world of
contracts that try to commit you into debt (we now even have
phone contracts that penalize you for not using the service for a
certain amount of time!); credit cards that do the same; jobs
that scare you towards that end. But none of these are to blame.
Only you can accept them. And they can only work on you when you
accept them. These big bad monsters are rubber ducks, because
they depend on your agreement with them for their own
functioning. Take responsibility, and you will find then, and
only then, that you have response ability. And avoid these debt
traps. You must unplug yourself from the group consciousness of
the Fear Ones, and join the Love Ones. It may be scary as you
make the switch, for there is a gap to cross. Things may fall off
to make space for new ones of the new way. But once you cross it
you will wonder how you ever had agreed to live any other way.
There is nothing wrong with debt, when used as a tool. But when
it arises, as it mostly does, from fear and negative self-worth
beliefs, then it is a control game being played, a painful one at
that. A game we created and continue to create.
Arises out of fear and belief in inadequacy. Arise out of issues
with negative self-worth. Recognize that there is a game being
played. An energetic game with simple rules. As above, so below.
Change your above, and your below will change automatically. You
have free will, and you are the master of your world. Make your
choices knowing that each one of them must have a root, and there
are only two possible roots you can choose from: love or fear.
Only one is real, and the other is an illusion. I wish you the
best in everything.
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