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Spidergate
Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change - Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth
by Professor Oscar J. Realmsworth View author's profile page

Overview


Earth and nature are being systematically destroyed by the worldwide pursuit of money, and in this book, Professor Oscar J. Realmsworth explores a way to become truly wealthy while preserving our world for generations to come.
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Description


Earth and nature are being systematically destroyed by the worldwide pursuit of money, and in this book, Professor Oscar J. Realmsworth explores a way to become truly wealthy while preserving our world for generations to come. What is inside of us will manifest on the outside, as long as we know how to connect to it and release it—and this book will teach you how. Using the insights provided, readers will learn how to build personal wealth from the inside out. Analogies connect nature to the pursuit of wealth, likening it to a spider's web. Learn to break free from the Government of Money and the preconceived idealogies, persuasions or doctrines of left, right and centre. Spidergate will expose the criminal intent behind power and the use of money to destroy our Earth. Unless we as humans change the fiscally parasitic paradigm of consumerist economics for profiteering via accumulation of money, the wealth and health of Earth and nature, with the future generations of all species is in grave jeopardy of obliteration before the end of the 21st century.
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About the author


Oscar J Realmsworth's incredible gift of discernment, insight, and foresight allows him to understand and focus on the root of a problem rather than the symptoms in order to bring positive change and lasting solutions. He is a philosopher and a futurist with great insight, who cares equally about the planet and his fellow human beings, and has deep compassion for the factors that challenge the human condition.
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Book details

Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

Subgenre:Personal Finance / General

Language:English

Pages:394

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543987638

Paperback ISBN:9781543987621


Overview


Earth and nature are being systematically destroyed by the worldwide pursuit of money, and in this book, Professor Oscar J. Realmsworth explores a way to become truly wealthy while preserving our world for generations to come.

Read more

Description


Earth and nature are being systematically destroyed by the worldwide pursuit of money, and in this book, Professor Oscar J. Realmsworth explores a way to become truly wealthy while preserving our world for generations to come. What is inside of us will manifest on the outside, as long as we know how to connect to it and release it—and this book will teach you how. Using the insights provided, readers will learn how to build personal wealth from the inside out. Analogies connect nature to the pursuit of wealth, likening it to a spider's web. Learn to break free from the Government of Money and the preconceived idealogies, persuasions or doctrines of left, right and centre. Spidergate will expose the criminal intent behind power and the use of money to destroy our Earth. Unless we as humans change the fiscally parasitic paradigm of consumerist economics for profiteering via accumulation of money, the wealth and health of Earth and nature, with the future generations of all species is in grave jeopardy of obliteration before the end of the 21st century.

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About the author


Oscar J Realmsworth's incredible gift of discernment, insight, and foresight allows him to understand and focus on the root of a problem rather than the symptoms in order to bring positive change and lasting solutions. He is a philosopher and a futurist with great insight, who cares equally about the planet and his fellow human beings, and has deep compassion for the factors that challenge the human condition.
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Marilyn
SPIDERGATE - Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change with Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth? What an amazing book! You could travel the world over and never find a book written in such an unusual but highly interesting fashion. How I loved Spider Spider and Professor Oscar J Realmsworth! These amazing characters brought to light some of the most dire needs our world is facing, and fortunately for the reader, shone the light on what we can do… what all of us can, and should do… before it’s too late! Looking through the eyes of Spider Spider, the whole world takes on a new meaning. As you see the world from his prospective you come to understand the way it should be working, in comparison to the mess that’s happening at this present time. By following the advice of this wise spider, the whole world could be transformed into a better place. Spider Spider brought to our attention that he was on this earth before we were. Wow, here we are, Human Human, the last species to join this planet, and yet for some reason we act as if the whole place and everything in it must stand aside and let us through! We are reminded that in actual fact we, the ‘self-centred solely human-centric creatures’ that we are, were charged with taking care of the whole show. This book covers every aspect of life as we know it, the caring for our fellow creatures is just one small part… but a part that totally resonated with me. Thirst for money; greed; oceans of debt and exploitation, plus a whole heap more are covered in depth. Great work Prof. Oscar J Realmsworth. I trust that thousands and thousands will get to read these pages and become more deeply aware of the wonderful world that was created for us all to enjoy, not destroy, in every aspect. Read more
Oscar
SPIDERGATE - Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change with Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth? Review of ‘Spidergate’ author Prof Oscar J Realmsworth by Bruce Frost April 2020 ‘Spidergate’ has been published at an extraordinarily propitious time! The subject matter is perfect for the current and impending economic gloom. This book has helped pass the time while I have been in enforced social isolation which has been imposed on us all by the corona virus pandemic. The impending economic recession, expected to be the worse in 100 years, is the perfect background for the subject of this book, which I would describe as being the denouement of the greed and poverty of mankind and its impact on the world. The fragility of the world economic system has been highlighted by the pandemic and the author has provided a vivid explanation as to why the global fiscal system was both vulnerable to collapse and to the urgent need to rethink our worldview on money and wealth. The Spider character observes the predominant preoccupation of humankind as the gaining and accumulation of money. The falsity of this pursuit is the belief that accumulation of money is the gaining of wealth. Wealth being defined as health, well-being and genuine happiness, not accumulation of money. No matter how much money people have, they are never content. Spiders, however, have no money, yet they have great wealth. They are fed, they are content, even though they have so little. The vertical nature of a spider’s web is a very useful analogy. A spider constructs a web vertically to catch prey which fly horizontally and also to avoid litter, which falls vertically. Our lives are constructed horizontally – catching everything, full of trivia to the point of obesity. We are responsible for whether we build are lives vertically or horizontally. Lives cluttered, hoarding, blaming others, jealousy and greed are horizontal lives. Spiders use gravity, it’s free and natural, to keep their webs free from litter. Not only is the pursuit of money for contentment a delusion, it is harmful in its effect on other people and on the environment. Human greed causes class divisions that attempt to exploit those who are weaker and vulnerable to it. Knowing no limits to its ambitions, it is also destructive to the world environment, having no regard for the viability of the planet for future generations. The problem the author sees is the private hoarding of the resources of the earth, will lead to the destruction of the world. If we rediscover and share our wealth, which includes our own revitalised inner wealth, there will be plenty for all. We must connect with both the world and its creator to obtain this wealth and liberty. I found the book a very challenging read, and on a topic that will have a profound impact on humanity and the planet. So many of the ideas of Prof O J R were new to me that I had to continually stop reading and think about what I had just read, so to comprehend the points being made. I do not agree with all the arguments and I think the author wanders from his main thesis too frequently and digresses on to side issues, illustrating his points, but making it harder to follow the thread of his argument. Nevertheless, for casting a picture of hope for a new worldview for our society and its well-being, now and in the future, we owe the author a debt of gratitude. As for any worthwhile book which reaches outside the boundaries of contemporary correct political thought, this book will be a fascinating read for those with enquiring open minds, but an incomprehensible chore to unthoughtful politically correct elitists – ‘politically correct’ to suit their own ends! Read more
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