The financial system is what underpins the old reality, based on excessive exploitation of the earth, natural resources and the population. We simply cannot continue by printing ever more paper money to maintain excessive consumption in the money-go-round. It's a system that's unjust and inequitable that exploits life on the planet.

I've spoken plenty recently about how I see the old system in the throws of breaking down. New decentralised ways of connecting and exchanging are springing up day-by-day - we are amidst a powerful revolution in Blockchain technology. One powerful indicator of that has just occurred with the first cryptocurrency exchange, Kraken, becoming a regulated bank. What does this mean?

It means you can hold multiple digital currencies, readily exchange them and ship them anywhere in the world, immediately, at the click of a button and with minimal exchange fees. It will mean you can pay a vendor anywhere in the world from a card that can immediately exchange into the required currency at minimal cost. We're in the early adoption stages right now, which is surely going to precipitate a wholesale change in the banking system itself in due course. Why would people continue to hold currency in the defunct old world banking system where you're in a fixed currency that is steadily losing value? Yes it will continue for a while as new services are introduced and people steadily adapt to the changes. But wholesale change is beginning to happen right now - it's important to be aware of what's going on, even if you're not ready to transition yet.

Ultimately the old system will hemorrhage and die!

Quantum Financial Reset to a 3D/5D Hybrid State Ahead