Deflation Made Simple
The Story of Real Money (Entry 191)
I am happy to announce that, with Entry 190, everyone has caught up, and that we may continue up Mount Cambitas — together, as one — in our effort to trace a clearly marked mountain path to a vital peak in human social evolution that others might more easily follow in our wake.
But, let us give time to those who have finally caught up to enjoy the vista that you have now enjoyed for so long, but of which you have probably grown impatient in your eagerness to reach the peak as others have done before you.
I have made important progress in making Mount Cambitas available to all for a reasonable price, but it is still not complete, so I ask everyone to bear with me for just a while longer — say three to four weeks while you complete your annual tax report. After all, you are climbing for free and will have, in the end, the honor of having been the first to climb Mount Cambitas with AveVerum at Substack.
No, this is not an empty promise of the ancient French state, or a deceptive trick imposed upon you by the Bank of England. Neither is it a Janet Yellen smooth-over, a Joseph Powell pamper, the promised financial utopia of Alan Greenspan, or a Ben Bernanke fool’s joke. Simply it will take time to load all of the already completed pages in a readable format of a quality similar to that made possible by Substack. Moreover, in its current form cambitas.spiritof2021.online is still lacking in an aesthetic look worthy of the mountain that I am encouraging everyone, who is able, to climb as best as he or she can before it is too late, and the Great Flood brought about by the pouring rain of money-ex-nihilo across our nation and the world-at-large overwhelms the Great Plains and blocks access altogether.
I once climbed Mount Fuji — more like an arduous hike, than a true hand-and-foot, mountain climb — in the middle of the night in order to see the morning sun rise over Japan. Once warmed by the sun’s early morning rays I began to move around and discovered to my back a phenomenon that I did not know could exist — a harmless, but magnificent shadow in space, a formation of light mounted on mist < https://www.hashimori.com/Emblem/iwa.html >. It is a phenomenon that many Japanese do not even know about, let alone have ever scene!
Be patient, I will not disappoint you. Keep the faith!
In liberty, or not at all,
Roddy A. Stegemann, First Hill, Seattle 98104