We are at a major tipping point. Listen to Solari's Deep State Tactics series to understand some of the strategies being used. Then ask yourself: What kind of world do you want for your grandchildren? What do you need to learn to be able to stand up for the world you want? What parts of the culture do you want to own and preserve? Think about who you can—and can't—trust. Who are your "fellow travelers" in Gideon’s army—the competent, unafraid friends who have faith and share your cosmology? Who are the people you can truly count on as "family"? (As crime fiction writer Andrew Vachss says, "Your family are the people who won't turn you in.") Think about ways to disengage from the wider system without arousing suspicion, and consider strategies for communicating securely with those you trust—typewriters and secret codes are no longer quaint or far-fetched. Finally, be clear about your values—and the line that you refuse to cross. Understand that when you compromise or back down, you are helping the opposing forces grow stronger.

Throughout the 2020 political campaign period, 325 million Americans need to push back—forcefully—about the missing money and FASAB 56. Make a big noise about getting back the $21 trillion, whether at town hall meetings and debates or in conversations with elected officials. The $21 trillion is an issue on which there ought to be 100% agreement.

Support Great Leadership

In every sphere of life—whether community, work, or family—it is possible to find great leadership. Why not support the people who are trying to protect you instead of putting money and energy in the pockets of those trying to centralize control? Financing the "bad guys" and not supporting the "good guys" is part of the problem. Solari makes small donations regularly and nominates a hero every week to point the way to some great leaders. Imagine what could happen if everyone who currently banks with JP Morgan Chase moved to a good local bank or credit union, or if one million people sent $10 to Robert Kennedy, Jr. and said, "How can we help?" We have power that we are not exercising. There is no reason to be loyal to institutions that are betraying your principles.

3rd Quarter Solari Heroes of the Week:

The Solari Report has a hero every week as well as every year. For 2019, we've already named Leonardo da Vinci the Hero of the Year.

  • September 19, 2019 – Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
  • September 12, 2019 – Pamela Anderson
  • September 5, 2019 – New York Police Union
  • August 29, 2019 – Carolyn Betts, Esq.
  • August 22, 2019 – 9/11 Truth Leaders
  • August 15, 2019 – Congressman Thomas Massie
  • August 8, 2019 – Jordan Peterson
  • August 1, 2019 – Franklin Square and Munson Fire District Board of Commissioners
  • July 25, 2019 – Ieuan Rees
  • July 18, 2019 – Rambus
  • July 11, 2019 – 14 Russian submariners
  • July 5, 2019 – Eric Cochran
  • July 4, 2019 – Small farmer and author Joel Salatin

Story #21: Great Actions

There were many wonderful heroes in the 3rd Quarter. The Franklin Square and Munson Fire District Board of Commissioners risked their lives to come out strongly against the official 9/11 story, Robert Kennedy, Jr. made a great speech outside the California legislature after it revoked vaccine medical exemptions, and the National Rifle Association (NRA) is suing San Francisco after the city declared the NRA a "domestic terrorist organization." Two of the people most worthy of ongoing support are attorney Alan Phillips (under attack by the North Carolina Bar due to his work on vaccine exemptions) and Alan Collinge (founder of Student Loan Justice).


This quarter, there were more unanswered questions than usual. The rollout of technology and the failure of the unipolar model signaled unprecedented—and accelerating—changes.

Question #1: How important are invisible and secret weaponry and technology to the evolution of our global currency systems?

Three sets of technologies are at the forefront of the push for central control: information technologies, including artificial intelligence and quantum computing; "exotic physics" technologies such as directed energy, scalar, and "rod of God" weapons; and biotechnology and genetics. One factor complicating these technologies' rollout is that those in possession of the technologies do not necessarily understand how they will work in combination with one another or what their aggregate effects on society will be. What kind of economic model will emerge if fusion makes energy scarcity obsolete? Does the ITER fusion reactor (under construction in France) represent a regional beta-test to prepare for a wider rollout? Could fusion already be in use in the underground bases? It seems possible when one considers Lockheed Martin's announcement of a compact fusion reactor patent in 2018—many decades after inventor Philo Farnsworth designed a softball-size fusion reactor and then mysteriously faded into oblivion.

Question #2: Where did Mr. Global invest the $21 trillion (and the $24+ trillion)?

Globalization (and now, centralization) likely accounts for a portion of the missing trillions. Money managers' investments in China exploded when money first started going missing from HUD—and now the push is on to securitize global real estate. A second likelihood is that some of the money is being stockpiled and protected in the offshore havens, while some is also financing covert operations and covert warfare. Another avenue for the $21 trillion is the secret space program, including underground and underwater bases. Building an underground infrastructure—while keeping it secret—is expensive. With Trump's announcement of the U.S. Space Command, will a large chunk go toward further development (and privatization) of exotic technologies?

Question #3: Why is there an ongoing global program to increase the levels of aluminum, other heavy metals, and nanoparticles into humans? Is the push for Neuralink because humans will be more intelligent accessing AI, easier to control and integrate with robots, or because the elites want and need access to uniquely human intelligence and consciousness?

One hypothesis floated is that those in possession of exotic technologies want to increase the electrical conductivity of the atmosphere to maximize the technologies' efficiency—and, at the same time, increase the electrical conductivity of the human body to make it more susceptible to mind manipulation technologies that use electromagnetics. Is it possible that, from the leadership's perspective, the saturation of the atmosphere with heavy metal nanoparticles might also serve a defensive or "jamming" purpose (regardless of the cost to human health)? Mind manipulation is not solely the province of the United States. Years ago, Russian astrophysicist Nikolai Kozyrev discovered that aluminum was capable of serving as a scalar Faraday cage to protect against scalar electromagnetic waves. Whereas standard electromagnetic waves (such as microwaves) can travel only a relatively short distance, scalar can work at very long distances—in theory, even globally. However, if the elites are concerned about an off-planet threat—as has appeared possible since the UFO incidents of the late 1940s—they are not letting the rest of us in on the secret.

The march of the "subhumanist" agenda is very serious. Is the intent, via all the heavy metal exposure, to produce autistic savants and children who lack empathy but are more receptive to AI? Is the purpose of Neuralink to provide "deep learning" for AI to go to the next level? Are we, in fact, the "booster rockets" for subhumanism? The catch is that it won't work—human intelligence has spiritual and cultural complexities that cannot be captured by an inhuman machine model.

Question #4: High-tech risks: Should we beware high-tech fires, the push for immortality, DNA editing, and the interbreeding of humans with other species? What else?

Many risks are accelerating, and we can expect many unforeseen consequences. For example, what are the implications for the immune system of interbreeding humans with other species, including for future generations? In the 1930s, Francis Pottenger's studies of cats showed that suboptimal nutrition alone could produce infertility and other serious problems within one to three generations. We all need to develop protection strategies, but it is also time to go on the offensive—there is no way to deal with these risks defensively. Prayer and an actionable intelligence network are good places to start. For those not disposed to pray, remember that human intention has an effect on reality. We have a responsibility to formulate and vocalize specific pro-human intentions rather than passively acquiesce to what is happening or cede the morphogenic field to the technocratic elite's inhuman beliefs and practices.

Question #5: Will the U.S. go to war in Iran? Will India start a war with Pakistan? When will China invade Taiwan? How far might other countries' conquests go once it becomes clear the U.S. will no longer play global cop?

In the post-unipolar "peak everything" world, it looks like we are going to see more regional tensions—look at India's targeting of Kashmir or China's targeting of Taiwan—as well as the emergence of more regional cops (Europe in Africa). Americans living in California and the heartland are suffering their own share of attacks, albeit with secrecy protecting those who may be engineering the fires and floods.

Question #6: How will the U.S. government be reengineered after the 2020 election and after the JEDI contract is in place? Is the Plunge Protection Team being reengineered? How do quantum computing, ESG, and index funds fit in? What about Opportunity Zones and technocracy?

FASAB 56 is enabling a stripping of the civil service and greater secrecy on both the government and corporate sides. This may be the eventual route for gutting federal obligations such as Social Security and bank deposit insurance. As information technology, payment and accounting systems, and other critical functions continue to get handed over to private corporations, the corporations will likely prioritize profits, while transparency, accountability, fairness standards, and responsiveness will suffer. By taking everything dark, will the technocrats end up killing innovation and creativity? Empires fall apart when productivity and innovation fall.

Question #7: What will happen to U.S. land and real estate as a result of changes underway?

We could be looking at two diverging trends. On the one hand, we are seeing more centralization in and around the major metropolitan hubs and a push to drive everyone into the cities. At the same time, the backlash against centralization may fuel more decentralization in some areas.

Question #8: Who is Mr. Global, what is the governance structure on Planet Earth, and what are the risk issues that are driving Mr. Global's actions?

From the time of the Crusades on, the Masons have excelled at mind control, covert assassination, slavery, and pedophilia—these are very old practices. (The Tony Podesta artwork suggests that human sacrifice may also be part of the picture.) Post-World War II, the black budget offered an infinite amount of secret funding to create the CIA and take these practices to scale, helped along by modern digital systems. Whereas formerly the Masons ran pedophilia (and the drug trade) as joint ventures with the Vatican and Zionist networks, now the Masons and Zionists appear to be ascendant. Somehow, they achieved the feat of directing 100% of the blame for pedophilia onto the church, and, inexplicably, the Vatican has gone along with this cover story (while Pope Francis joins forces with the United Nations). Now Epstein expands the blame to the Zionists. The question is: Where do the Masonic networks go from here? It looks like the goal is to take the governance structure smaller and tighter and use technocracy, AI, implants, and nanotechnology (the "Mark of the Beast") to achieve complete control.

Question #9: Which is stranger—what is going on behind the veil of secrecy, or the overwhelming effort to pretend it is not going on and to create an official reality diverging steadily from reality?

Most of the independent financial media complain about official reality but are shockingly unwilling to look at reality—even though reality is diverging at an accelerating pace from official reality. Part of the problem is that everyone is paying attention to liabilities while ignoring the asset side of the balance sheet. We need to stop expecting the organs of propaganda—whether corporate or "independent"—to provide anything other than propaganda. It is more important than ever to focus on independent media and sources that are interested in providing actionable intelligence.


There were many sources of inspiration in the 3rd Quarter. One of the most enjoyable was Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s reply to a legislator who told him that he would lose all his friends if he continued to work on vaccine issues—"I have lots of friends." Other highlights: the firing of "Yosemite Sam" John Bolton; Netanyahu's electoral loss; Nina Heyn's Food for the Soul column for Solari, which shows that culture is still thriving in many places; and my opportunities to find wonderful companies doing great things all over the world.

Inspiration requires discipline, however. Build time into your schedule to be inspired because "the nothing" is on the march and can easily promote discouragement and dark thinking. Be proactive and invest the time, work, and action to protect yourself and the people you love from "the nothing." If you consider our potential to access interdimensional intelligence and to resonate with each other and with life—combined with the wealth potential that is possible—we face extraordinary opportunities. We just need to refuse what is unacceptable and work toward a human future. Do what is energizing for you—there are scores of actions that you can take that will make a difference.

Food for the Soul Series:

It's time to create your own version of the Solari Beauty Tool—things that make life more beautiful (such as flowers and inspirational music) that cost little or no money. Food for the Soul articles this quarter focused on painters, digital art, and movies about Bruce Springsteen and the Middle East, among other inspiring topics.