Planet of Gold: Biggest Gold Heists in Galactic History

It was ALWAYS about the GOLD. For thousands of years the hoarding of gold has been a contest between dynasties. At first I couldn’t believe the gold wealth that still exists on our planet. Now it feels strangely comforting that our money system will be based on gold and assets, rather than thin air. What are the biggest heists in galactic history? Oh, and if I’ve forgotten any, please let me know where it is stashed. 


  1. Why do we love GOLD? Why is it synonymous with WEALTH?
  2. How much did the Anunakki take away from Earth?
  3. What are World’s Biggest Gold Heists? Where is the missing $3.5 trillion 57,150 tons gold bullion from Indonesia ordered by JFK in 1963? Where are the 720,000 tons of Philippine gold from WWII valued at $42.8 quintillion? Where’s Qaddafi’s gold from Libya at $58 billion? Oh, and how much gold was removed from the Vatican in those 650 cargo planes in 2022. Where is it now? 

1. Why Do We Love Gold?

The history of our planet Earth is synonymous with the history of GOLD. 

According to Zaccharia Sitchkin, the Anunnaki visitors that we once called Gods were visitors who came to Earth perhaps 445,000 years ago. They came to earth with a specific purpose – to hunt for gold. They searched all over Earth for Gold, focusing many of their mines in South Africa and South America. They introduced the concept of GOLD as VALUABLE.  

THIS is the origin of GOLD as WEALTH.  The so-called “GODS” left the concept of wealth with their descendants, the Pharaohs, Kings, Queens.

Why did the Anunakki search for GOLD? This is not quite clear to me. Maybe they used GOLD DUST for pleasure, health, and psychic powers. Or perhaps they infused their planet’s air with it. Maybe they used GOLD in space travel and as a lubricant. In aero space technology, GOLD holds up better than other earth metals like silver and copper, which quickly tarnish. Some modern space craft and satellites use a thin gold film. Space helmets are coated with gold.

2. How much GOLD did the Anunakki take away?

Well, nobody knows. If they were the rulers of Earth for  almost 500,000 years, I’d venture a wild guess that they took quintillions of tonnes of GOLD off-planet. We will never know. This is certainly the #1 greatest GOLD HEIST in Earth’s history. When the Anunakki departed, they left their hybrid descendant Kings and Queens in power. Maybe that’s why royal families are mostly related, and they keep their bloodline unmixed. Many believe Rh negative blood type to be the legacy of rulership that the Anunnaki left on Earth. Some say royal “Blue Bloods” are a hybrid human including part reptilian blood. It makes sense that Kings and Queens continued to value GOLD as WEALTH.

Who knows? Maybe they’re still mining gold and taking it off planet. And there still seems to be lots of Gold left over.

3. What are the Biggest Gold Heists?

1934: Stolen from Philippines: Some 720,000 metric tons of gold, worth $42.8 quadrillion.

It seems Queen Victoria of England had a twin brother, Prince Julian Macleod Tallano. Said to have been autistic, and although highly intelligent and royally trained, he was “not cut out for the life of a King”. The Prince married an indigenous Princess of Borneo where one of the world’s largest gold deposits was located, under much-disputed British, Dutch, and Spanish control. Prince Tallano had many wives and many descendants, both legitimate and illegitimate. His legal offspring became title holders to vast quantities of land and gold. In 1934 Pope Pius XII of the Vatican negotiated with Prince Tallano for a LOAN of 640,000 metric tons. Some of this gold was accumulated by the ancient Madjapahit Empire during its glorious reign of 900 years before colonial invasion ofAsia by Spain, Portugal, Britain, and Dutch. (The Majapajit Empire once encompassed all of SE Asia, Micronesia, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, and Indonesia.) In 1939, the gold gold bullion was delivered to the Vatican as agreed. Several years later Ferdinand Marcos, an enterprising lawyer, negotiated the return of the gold to the Philippines, and was instrumental in setting up the World Bank in 1944.

1940: Fate Intervenes: Philippines Becomes Depository of Hidden World Gold from WWII

Rumor has it that Prince Julian McLeod Tallano, the twin brother of Queen Victoria, fathered an illegitimate son later known as Jose Rizal. And some say that that Jose Rizal is the father of two other important figures in history, German Fuhrer Adolf Hitler, and Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita.

After Jose Rizal’s “faked” death by firing squad, he became the Reverend Father Jose Antonio Diaz. As he was the son of Prince Julian McLeod Tallano, Rizal (now Rev. Father Jose Antonio Diaz), was entrusted wth the relocation and management of the massive gold wealth of the Tallano Clan, and his British relatives. Diaz was instrumental in moving 600,000 metric tonnes of gold from the Vatican to Manila to establish the first Central Bank of the Philippines. He appointed attorney Ferdinand Marcos as legal counsel in charge of storage, safe-keeping and usage of the wealth of his father’s Clan, the Clan Tallano.

It is well known that Hitler sent his treasure ships of looted gold and valuables to Egypt for safe storage. But when Field Marshall Montgomery defeated Rommel in the North Africa campaign, Hitler was forced to redirect those ships toward Japan, his last remaining ally. Fate again intervened, when the US dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, hastening the Japanese surrender, and causing Hitler to redirect his treasure ships once again – this time to the Philippines.

Upon the end of World War II, knowing that Japanese had stored massive gold in the Philippines, Rizal, in his role as Rev. Jose Antonio Diaz, was able to identify gold burial sites, drawing information directly from his son, Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita. He had equally reliable information on Nazi burial sites from his other son, Adolf Hitler.

So, the recovery from several sites yielded massive quantities of gold bullion, precious gemstones, and other valuables.

The recovered valuables were of course under embargo due to the Statute of Limitations, but Marcos, with Presidential powers and authorities, was able to influence world banks and significant authorities to assist him in ”placing” those assets so that the inherent value was preserved for those beneficiaries agreed by Marcos and Diaz.

But the plot thickened in 1983 when President Marcos announced his plan to boost SE Asian economies by creating an ASIAN DOLLAR, backed by what was left of the gold, some 400,000 metric tons. President MARCOS wanted to RE-ESTABLISH the former great MAHARLIKA – MALAYAN EMPIRE, and raise Southeast Asia living standards to that of first world countries. The new PAN-ASIAN currency threatened the American dollar. In truth, Ferdinand Marcos did everything possible to protect the gold from American banker’s hands, and went so far as to build his own home with some of the gold bars plated in lead. This was discovered after his death, when Imelda remodeled her home and discarded the demolished walls, only to discover they were solid gold! 

This is just part of the story. Perhaps it explains widespread anti-Marcos media hype, of his “ill-gotten” gold, and gossip about Imelda Marcos’ vast collection of shoes. In truth this story is one of the greatest gold heists by the Vatican cartel, and the story is s still not finished.

1945: Chiang Kai-Shek’s Chinese Gold sent to the US for “SAFEKEEPING” was never returned: $5 trillion

When Mao Tse Tung swept through China and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek lost the civil war, he fled to Taiwan. His last act was to loot all the gold from the central bank, the commercial banks, and take tonnes of bullion with him to Taiwan – under the protection of the Americans. To further their protection, the US convinced Chiang to let them take the gold to the US “for safekeeping” in case China attacked Taiwan and stole “his” gold.

But this bullion was never returned. In fact, long after her husband’s death, and until the day she died, Mme. Chiang fought, begged, sued the US government and the FED for the return of “her” gold. She failed, and the matter died. Taiwan today has no knowledge of this, and there does not appear to exist any unified record of all the gold shipments delivered to the US FED under this scheme.

How much gold was it? Estimating -it had to have been at least in the high tens if not hundreds of billions, and this occurred in the 1930s, nearly 90 years ago now. If we assume a conservative total collected worldwide of only five times that confiscated in the US alone, that gives us around 100,000 metric tonnes, at around $50 million per tonne at today’s prices, or about $5 trillion. All of this gold went into the pockets of the few Khazarian mafia bankers who own the US FED.

From 1765 to 1938: British Drained India’s economy $45 trillion in gold, silver, and other commodities.

India was at one time almost certainly the richest nation in the world, with stocks of gold, silver and precious gems worthy of fable and legend. The British East India Company which was eventually led by one of the Rothschilds, was unquestionably the greatest criminal enterprise in the history of the world, and the vehicle used to loot India to the bones.

How much gold the British East India Company looted from India? We’ll never know as much of it was off-ledger, elite handovers, and mingled with internal tax schemes aimed at acquiring Indian gold and silver for little or nothing. A recent study by renowned economist, Utsa Patnaik, published by Columbia University Press draws on nearly two centuries of detailed tax and trade data. Patnaik calculated that the Rothschild-owned British East India Company drained a total of nearly $45 trillion from India during the period 1765 to 1938.

Who is the richest man in the world? That’s easy! The Rothschild dynasty took over the British East India Company, the greatest criminal enterprise in the history of the world. Their dynasty descendants now own the US Stock Exchange, Vanguard, State Street, and Black Rock that control most of the wealth of the world.

1963: President Sukharno of Indonesia loaned JFK 57,150 Tons gold bullion ($3.5 trillion) Lost?

President John F Kennedy made and agreement with President Sukharno of Indonesia, to “lease” 57,150 tons of gold bullion to the US Government, in order to pay off the Federal Reserve. But shortly after the gold had been shipped, on November 22, 1963, JFK was assassinated. The boat was en route, and diverted to Switzerland. The 57,150 tons of gold bullion were never seen again. Sukharno was “deposed” in a violent military “coup”, followed by anti-communist chaos in which millions of people were murdered, arrested and lost their homes. The mystery gold has never been found. 

The US Army and the Golden Lily, the 

The specific terms of Japan’s surrender to the US at the end of World War II prohibited war reparations claims against Japan. 

1938 – 1945 – The Great Gold Robbery of Europe by the Federal Reserve. $ Unknown Trillions.

Before WWII the US government and mainstream media were extravagantly fear-mongering that either Japan or Germany would soon be invading every nation and inevitably looting their banks. The solution offered was for all the banks of the world to turn their entire gold reserves over to the US FEDERAL RESERVE for safekeeping until the war was over. And they did it.

Every day, the New York Times faithfully recorded shipments of millions of dollars of gold from all these nations to the US. These “deposits” were evidenced by gold certificates issued by the US Treasury, although the gold actually went to the US FED.   

However, there doesn’t appear to be even a single credible instance of any of this gold ever having been returned to its owners. In every case, the FED stated that the certificates proffered were either forgeries with obvious spelling and other errors, or that they simply “could not confirm the issuance of certificates” with those serial numbers, and refused to redeem them.

A journalist at the Financial Times claimed:“It has now reached a point where you can go into one of the big banks in New York, London or Zurich, give them half a metric ton of gold in return for a certificate of ownership, walk around the block for 10 minutes, re-enter the same bank, and they’ll deny ever seeing you before, and have you arrested for presenting them with a counterfeit certificate.”

But then some very strange events. A CIA aircraft was discovered crashed in the jungle of the Philippines, containing trillions of dollars of these same certificates, and clearly originals and not forgeries. The FED suddenly decided to remelt and recast its entire holdings of gold for the stated purpose of “preferring to have all their gold ingots in the same shape”. No explanation was offered, but then none was really necessary. Remelting tons of gold is a huge undertaking, complicated, expensive, and would never be done for the foolish reason. Clearly they did it as remelted gold no longer contains its original markings, which meant there was no longer any way to identify the original source of that gold. And no one could ever prove the gold held by the FED was stolen from nearly every country in the world.

1902: South African Boer War, a British stole the mines producing 40,000 metric tons of Gold. ($2.3 trillion)

The rich Witwatersrand Basin in South Africa has produced more than 40,000 metric tons of gold, perhaps over one-third of all gold ever mined on Earth. Where did it all go? When gold was discovered in 1886, this deposit was in a sovereign nation owned by Boer Dutch farmers. But the British wanted it, so 450,000 British troops were deployed from London to lay claim to the land, violently destroying farms and food supplies.

An estimated 26,000 Boer women and children, and 20,000 Africans died in British internment camps. British won the war in 1902, and in 1904, Rothschild had around 65,000 Chinese kidnapped from Fujian Province to work his gold mines in South Africa. The British took control of the gold mine, and still own it today.

1933: Gold Confiscated from Citizens by US Government in 18,000 metric tons, $1 trillion.

To bail out the FED, Rothschild (or his colleagues) convinced President Franklin D. Roosevelt to pass a law permitting Rothschild to confiscate all the privately-held gold in America and to devalue by 70% the paper given to Americans in return for that gold. Those 18,000 metric tonnes of gold had a value then of about $20 billion. This was taken from the people in the middle of the worst recession in living memory, surely one of the cruelest and most inhumane acts possible at the time.

In 1933 a gold run on the Federal Reserve bank was imminent, and this entire act was simply to prevent the financial collapse of the FED. The unfortunate cost was to further impoverish the world population and extend the Great Depression by years. Today, that gold is worth around $1,700 per oz., or about $50 million per tonne, times 18,000 tonnes = approximately $1 trillion.

2011: Where’s the Stolen Gold of Qaddafi? 143 tons worth $8 billion plus $150 billion in South African banks?

The Libyan government had accumulated reserves of 143 tons of gold, same in silver, and vast reserves of oil. Qaddafi planned to use Libyan gold as the basis for a new pan-African currency, an alternative to the French franc and US dollar. But his plans were seen to go against the interests of the US and France. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails reveal that the Americans were worried about the effect on the US Dollar. These factors influenced French President Sarkozy’s decision to attack Libya and murder Qaddafi in 2011. Rumor has it that Libya’s 143 tons of gold went to London Financial District and then to Switzerland, never to be seen again.

Gaddafi also had vast reserve of $150 billion in U.S. currency, gold, and diamonds stored in South African banks. But Qaddafi is gone and no one knows where it is now. 

1937: Japanese “Golden Lily” Invasion of China, and WWII Aftermath Gold Plunder ($15 trillion)

Prince Chichibu of Japan, younger brother of Emperor Hirohito, was head of a top secret operation called “Golden Lily”, and tasked with looting China for all its wealth including cash, gems, gold coins, and gold bullion! The job was completed, and the Japanese invasion of China may be one of the biggest gold heists in history. 

After WWII a vast stash of gold stolen by Japanese was found hidden underground in over 175 sites in the Philippines by General Charles Willoughby, chief intelligence officer to General MacArthur.
This Treasure had been called Yamashita treasure, the Golden Lily treasure, the Black Eagle Fund, and many other names. This came out in 2003 with the release of the surprising book “Gold Warriors: America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold,” by Sterling and Peggy Seagraves. The U.S. had decided to keep the treasure a secret. Maybe that’s why so many American troops were stationed in the Philippines, to locate all the missing Yamashita treasure. 

Corregidor, the Treasure Island of WWII – Gold recovered mostly by the US FED: $3.3 billion 

When the Japanese invaded the Philippines, General MacArthur was forced to evacuate and take refuge in the island of Corregidor.  In order to protect gold assets he collected and shipped off the entire wealth of the Philippines’ central bank and all personal wealth that could be collected from local citizens, “to be sent to the US for safe-keeping” and prevent the inevitable looting by the Japanese.
Government securities of 51 tons of gold bullion, 32 tons of silver bullion, 140 tons of silver pesos & centavos, and millions of paper Treasury Notes, bonds and corporate stocks. The civilian property approximately two tons of gold bullion, and 51 tons of government gold bullion. Some of this stash was loaded onto submarines under cover of night, towed out into the ocean and sunk in the deep waters. Some was stowed in the deep Navy Tunnel on the South side of the Malinta tunnel complex. Some of the gold may have been later recovered by the Japanese, and some by the Americans. Who knows?

1939 t0 1945: Nazi Germany “Raubgold” Gold Plunder– 1038 tons of Gold ($60 billion)

The Nazi Germany Gold Plunder is the stolen gold or “Raubgold” taken from individuals all over Europe throughout World War II to help Nazi Germany finance the war. 

1917: Lost Gold of Russian Czar Nicholas II on Lake Baikal Railroad Accident – 500 tons. ($30 billion)

Czar Nicholas II of Russia shipped all his treasury if gold from St. Petersburg to faraway Siberia for safekeeping, fearing German troops might take it during World War I. There was so much it gold filled 5,000 crates, 1,700 sacks, and required 40 railway cars for the journey. But the train had to cross Lake Baikal in Siberia, which is frozen in the winter. The train passed over railway tracks had been laid across the meter-thick ice on the lake. The extremely heavy weight of these gold-filled cars caused them to crash through the ice, and the gold sank into the depths. Lake Baikal happens to be the DEEPEST LAKE IN THE WORLD, at 1,642 meters, or about 1 mile deep. Was the gold ever recovered? \

1938: Hitler Stole Gold from Every Country to Pay for his War – 600 tons stolen, $19 billion. 

To keep Hitler’s war machine going, Nazis captured bullion from surrounding countries, especially five supposedly neutral countries (Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden). These countries would not accept German Reichsmarks in payment for war goods, but they would accept gold. So, the Nazis paid for goods in gold, and then turned around and robbed these countries’ central banks because that’s where the gold was.

For example, the Wehrmacht army marched into Vienna’s central bank on March 12, 1938 and took 100 tons of Austrian gold to Berlin. Swiss bankers played a crucial role in these transactions as financial middlemen. Allied Troops Invaded Germany in 1945, and Eisenhower retrieved over 100 tons of the stolen gold that had been hidden in an underground mine. The gold is said to have been taken to the USA, and much of it returned to the countries from which it had been stolen. So, who was the biggest winner of WWII? Switzerland!

323 BCE – Alexander the Great Stole Vast Treasury of Persian Empire: $32 Trillion

Alexander the Great made a huge military expansion from Macedonia to Egypt, Persia, and India, was intended to gather a lot of money, looting every city on the way, and that’s exactly what he did. The biggest haul was Persepolis, the capital city of Persia with their royal treasury. In that one city, Alexander amassed so much gold and silver he was instantly the wealthiest man in the world, comparable the weight of all of the gold stored in Fort Knox.

To haul his booty back to Greece it took 20,000 mules and 5,000 camels, which that would have been something like a 70-mile long train. Alexander the Great died at the age of 32 in Babylon in 323 BCE after an all-night celebration. But his body strangely did not show signs of decomposition for a full six days, so his followers concluded that he was not an ordinary man, but a God. Where the gold went nobody knows.

1227 CE: Genghis Khan, had amassed 2 million tons gold from his conquests: $11 trillion

One of the most fearsome conquerors of all time, Genghis Khan’s Mongol Empire spanned across all of Asia to China. His wealth came from plunders and payments by caravans along the Silk Road. He also owned 270,000 horses, precious stones, and diamonds worth $1 trillion. His unmarked grave lies somewhere in Mongolia. Where did the gold go? 

4th Century BCE – 300 tons of Gold Stolen from Egypt by Israelites 5,700 years ago – Valued at $17 billion
A Talmud Rabbinic text relates that the 4th-century BCE Egyptians made a claim before Alexander the Great against Israel for the return of gold and silver the Hebrews stole from Egypt estimated at 300 tons, missing for 5,758 years. The lawyer for the Jews contested the claim, as the Torah also described 600,000 Hebrew men performed hard labor as Egyptian slaves for 430 years without pay. The Egyptians had no response, and the case was dropped.

105 BCE – Lost en route to Rome, 250 tons of gold! $14 billion value
In 105 BCE, Caepio, the proconsul of Gaul, in the British Isles, reported to the Roman Senate the discovery of 250 tons of gold. He was charged with sending the treasure to Rome. But it seems the gold disappeared and so did the proconsul himself. It was reported that the gold was stolen by a band of marauders, however some say he himself had hired them.

1516-1650 CE Spain Loots Peru  – 181 tons of Gold, $10 billion in gold bullion
In 1516, Spain conquered Peru, completely destroying and ransacking the ancient Inca civilization. Gold bars, ingots, silver, jewelry, and gold coins were transported by ships across the sea to Spain. 

1993: The World’s Biggest Gold Mine in Borneo Disappears? $6 billion Value. The greatest gold discovery in recent times happened in 1993, by Canadian mining company Bre-X, in the jungles of Borneo, Indonesia. However the project manager, Filipino Michael de Guzman disappeared when he fell from a helicopter, no one is sure because his body was found much later in “unrecognizable condition”. Some say he’s still alive in Canada. And the mine turned out to be nothing. Nothing at all….

1580: Queen Elizabeth’s Pirate: Sir Francis Drake pillaged 80 tons of gold, valued at $4.8 billion
A brilliant and fearless navigator, Drake got rich in a new age of colonialism by pirating and slave-trading in service to England’s elite. Drake was knighted by Queen Elizabeth for looting 80 tons of gold and vast quantities of silver from Spanish colony St. Augustine in modern-day Florida.

70 CE Rome Burned the Temple of Jerusalem, Looting 50 Tons of Gold.  ($3 billion)
In the first century CE, Roman Emperor Vespasian and his son Titus sacked Jerusalem, leveled the city, killed everyone inside, burned the Great Temple to the ground, and carted off the holy relics to Rome. The Temple was covered by sheets of gold, and even more gold was hidden inside the walls. So, in the great fire the gold melted and ran down into the cracks and crevices.

Greedy Roman soldiers pried apart every stone in the walls and foundation. They stole so much gold that the price of the gold in the Roman Empire went down to half of its pre-war value. This was one of the most terrible sacks of all time. Where did all that gold go? Supposedly it was shipped to Carthage in Tunisia, and then to Constantinople. You’ll have to read Sean Kingsley’s amazing book: “God’s Gold: The Quest for the Lost Temple Treasure of Jerusalem”.

410 CE Sack of Rome by Visgoth King Alaric – 25 tons, $1.5 billion value
Legend has it that in 410 CE a giant treasure of 25 tons of pure gold, silver, jewelry, and coins was looted in the sack of Rome by King Alaric of the Visigoths. It’s a long story of painful siege and betrayal. Alaric never made it home to the Balkans, as he died of malaria on the way. King Alaric was buried with his horse and treasure near a river in Cosenza in the boot of southern Italy. To search for the treasure, soldiers diverted the river. When they finished they brought the river waters back to their original bed. No one knows if they found the gold or not, because they killed all the slaves and prisoners who did the job, so no one could divulge the secret findings. The bounty simply vanished.

467 CE Venetian Sack of Constantinople, 23 tons of gold or $1.2 billion
After the fall of the Roman Empire in 467 CE, gold production was suspended throughout Europe, and Constantinople was the only city that minted gold coins. This suspension of gold production is said to be a primary cause of the “Dark Ages” recession in the Western Europe for about a thousand years.

1204 CE: The 4th Crusades of was the Greatest Looting of Medieval Christianity. Venice captured Constantinople, Crete, the Greek islands, the Black Sea, and control of  all trade routes between Europe and Asia. This was due to sharp strategies of the ancient and blind Doge of Venice, Enrico Dandolo. The looting of Constantinople left the Byzantine Christian empire almost broken.

It eventually “fell” to the Muslims, changed its Christian name by Roman Emperor Constantin to be called Istanbul, still one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is said that the total amount looted from Constantinople was about 900,000 silver marks, i.e. the equivalent of about 23 tons of gold, plus untold gold artifacts and precious art, much of it taken to Venice.

2003: Gold and Oil Reserves taken after the US Invaded Iraq?  Valued at $50 Trillion in Gold and Oil

The Central Bank of Iraq had 90 tons of Gold Reserves in 2003. It is said that the US stole the Iraqi gold and oil. The US took $20 TRILLION in gold and $30 TRILLION in oil. But no one knows for sure.

9/11/2001: World Trade Center Gold Heist  –  $1 billion 

The fate of nearly $1 billion worth of gold, silver, and other precious metals stored beneath the WTC before 9-11 continues to baffle many.  The gold was said to belong to the Philippines. To this day, only $230 million has been accounted for. The rest simply disappeared. We don’t know WHERE the stolen gold is hidden, probably in private hands deep in tunnel storage.

2022: Did the US Military reclaim trillions of stolen GOLD beneath the Vatican, to fill 650 cargo planes?

Yes, maybe this is true. It is said that there is a huge tunnel from Vatican City in Rome deep underground that runs to Jerusalem, approximately 1,500 miles under land and water. Starting from Vatican City, for the first 150 miles allied military found huge stacks of gold 13 levels high! It required 650 airplanes to carry all the gold from the tunnel. Rumor has it that the gold went to Reno’s Stead Air Force Base. Or perhaps Fort Knox? 

Total world production of gold in 2023 will be about 3,400 tons.

The Beginning of a New Era of Gold-Backed Currencies

Gold will soon be used to back all currencies instead of paper and thin air. Gold is the key to the unified world economic future, as future currencies will be based on a country’s wealth in assets and reserves. As long as the Chinese yuan remains pegged to the US dollar, the world continues to be unified in peaceful trade, and it is doubtful the dollar would be completely rejected. 

Many countries have applied to join the BRICS economic group using Gold-backed currencies. BRICS started with Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, and now there are many more applicants.  For the first time ever, BRICS share of the global economy has surpassed that of the G7 nations (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, U.K, U.S.). BRICS nations are buying large amounts of Gold ahead of a shift away from the dollar, which has served as the global foreign reserve currency for about a century.

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Srijana, aka Jane Barthelemy is a medical intuitive, author, and healer. She has practiced Tibetan Buddhist meditation for over five decades, residing in the Rudrananda Ashram in the USA for 35 years. She practices craniosacral therapy, Acunect, and BodyTalk – an infusion of intuitive Chinese, and Ayurvedic wisdom. She is trained in Qigong, Taichi, Daoist sexuality, and Kundalini activation. Her medical Qigong training is with Mantak Chia, Khamto Lee, Daniel Villasenor, Zhongxian Wu, Dr. Ka’imi Pilipovich, Franco Mescola, Richard Leirer, and Lam Kam Chueng. She has her BS in Italian Opera and MBA in financial management. Her two paradigm-changing cookbooks show how to build health with unprocessed foods. Her upcoming books include: “Heal Your Past Lives”, and “Buddha Speaks – Channeled Passages from the Master”.  She is on the faculty of NewEarth University and LearnDesk. Her websites are and Srijana lives in Bali with her Bhutanese husband, Lama D.



The Real Truth or Myth about the 720,000 metric tons of Gold of the Maharlikan Empire (the Philippines – owned by one family the Prince Tagean/Tallano’s autistic twin brother of Queen Victoria and father of Jose Rizal who hired the young Marcos as their lawyer and set-up the World Bank in 1944 … bloodline of the King of the Maharlika)
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