Debt Ceiling Raised, Stock Market Soars, Mission Accomplished!

By Michael Morris

Guest Writer for


As I predicted in the last post I presented for this website, the recent theatrical performance that was cleverly written, directed and performed by the power brokers that really control America and its political decisions has ended right on schedule. The U.S. Government shutdown is officially over. And it ended just in time to avert a major financial cataclysm.

The United States Government is back in business, the debt ceiling has been raised, and the U.S. stock market is up considerably. Mission accomplished! Are you ready for some football, baseball, and reality television? Go shopping and celebrate America! And don’t forget to max out those credit cards during your spending spree. Just call up American Express, Discover, or Visa and tell them to kindly keep raising your personal spending limits (debt ceilings).

The script to this story, like all the other fiction being written and acted out, is so predictable that it is almost comical. Once again, the political puppets (Democrats and Republicans alike) are able to work out a compromise in the eleventh hour and are being perceived as modern day heroes by the average American citizen.

I really should not take too much credit for my predictions. After all, I am residing in a frequency pattern that is quite different from the third dimensional platform human beings experience. This location allows me an unobstructed view of everything taking place in your world prior to it actually happening.

Remember to keep checking back here. You haven’t seen anything yet! Things are really going to get quite interesting, from your perspective, in 2014.

A lot more to follow….

One thought on “Debt Ceiling Raised, Stock Market Soars, Mission Accomplished!

  1. Edwina Reizer October 17, 2013 / 12:55 pm

    Again your phenomenal predictions are coming into view. I only hope more zombies in America can come awake and see reality as it really is. The stage is set, the actors are ready but not the audience viewing this play.Sad to say. Mom

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