Tuesday, October 27, 2015

SPHERE ALLIANCE MESSAGE #105
Galactic Trash Disposal



[10/27/15, 8:57:14 PM] Terran: AK: This is a random thought on my part, but how does the SA dispose of waste items, broken tech, worn out clothes, etc?  Is there a reverse replicator for trash?

[10/27/15, 11:46:42 PM]  DEAR ONE/AK/TERRAN YOU MIGHT CALL IT A DEREPLICATOR OR A DISREPLICATOR. IT IS KNOWN TO US AS A VACUUM-BOX DEVICE IN WHICH   ITEMS CAN BE "RECYCLED" INTO AETHER.  IN LOVEJOY. END.

[10/27/15, 11:52:27 PM] Terran: Do you extract energy from that process or it just makes stuff vanish?
[10/27/15, 11:53:01 PM] Terran: Trash is a huge issue on Earth.

[10/27/15, 11:53:52 PM] DEAR ONE/AK/TERRAN. ALL ENERGY FLOWS. THAT IS A PRIMARY STANDARD IN CREATION. THE ENERGY DERIVED FROM THE REMOVAL OF THE ITEM, HOWEVER MINOR, FLOWS INT THE ALL. IN LOVEJOY. THE DATA COLLECTORS OF NEPTUNE/RELIANCE/ALIANCE/ORIAN II. END.

[10/27/15, 11:54:29 PM] Terran: AK: Is that tech also on the merged spheres?

[10/27/15, 11:55:43 PM] DEAR ONE/AK/TERRAN. YES THE TECHNOLOGY TO REPLICATE/PRODUCE AND DEREPLICATE/UNPRODUCE IS ON/IN ALL MERGED SPHERES ALONG WITH OTHER WIDELY DESIRED TECHNOLOGIES. IN LOVEJOY. END.

Chinese company to buy Texas oil fields in $1.3 billion deal

Texas Permian Basin


http://money.cnn.com/2015/10/26/news/companies/china-texas-oilfields/index.html

Chinese company to buy Texas oil fields in $1.3 billion deal

By Sophia Yan   @sophia_yan

Boone Pickens: Goldman way off on $20 oil

A Chinese investment firm is shelling out $1.3 billion to buy giant oil fields in Texas, reflecting growing interest from China in U.S. energy resources.

Yantai Xinchao will acquire oil assets in the western Texas Permian Basin that are currently owned by Tall City Exploration and Plymouth Petroleum. The deal is part of a larger transaction between Yantai Xinchao and a second Chinese firm, according to a stock exchange filing on Saturday.

The purchase, which includes oil fields in the state's Howard and Borden counties, has already been approved by the U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment, the filing said.

Many smaller Chinese oil and gas companies are looking for deals abroad as a way to combat tough competition from giant state-owned energy firms, and tight government regulations back home.
China's largest state-owned oil and gas firms, meanwhile, are snapping up resources in countries including Mozambique and Kazakhstan.

The Permian Basin, one of the oldest oil fields in the U.S., has enjoyed a revival as shale gas exploration and other drilling technology has improved.

Yantai Xinchao shares were suspended from trading last Friday to allow for the asset restructuring and oil field purchase. The company expects shares to be halted for about one month, and plans to release periodic updates on the restructuring, according to another stock exchange filing.

A China twist: why are malls closing if consumption is rising?


http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/10/26/us-china-retail-idUSKCN0SJ0XD20151026

Markets | Mon Oct 26, 2015 1:23am EDT
A China twist: why are malls closing if consumption is rising?

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG | BY PETE SWEENEY AND JESSICA MACY YU

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A woman rides an escalator at a shopping mall in Beijing, China, September 23, 2015.
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The Di Mei shopping center in downtown Shanghai is a surprisingly depressing place to shop.

The underground mall is located in one of the most shopping-mad cities in China, and yet it is run down and starved of customers.

"Sometimes I cannot sell even one dress in a day," said dress shop owner Ms Xu, who rents a space in Di Mei.

Rising vacancy rates and plummeting rents are increasingly common in Chinese malls and department stores, despite official data showing a sharp rebound in retail sales that helped the world's second-largest economy beat expectations in the third quarter.

The answer to that apparent contradiction lies in the rising competition from online shopping and government purchases possibly boosting retail statistics. Add poorly managed properties into the equation and the empty malls aren't much of a surprise.

More importantly, the struggles of Chinese brick-and-mortar retailers amplify a policy conundrum; these malls, built to reap gains from rising consumption, are instead adding to China’s corporate debt problem, currently at 160 percent of GDP - twice as high as the United States.

Less foot traffic means cash flow of mall owners and developers are getting squeezed - a potential hazard for an economy growing at its slowest pace in decades.

Di Mei's owners are trying to refurbish, but it's unclear whether it will pay off, and others are just closing down. The Sunlight Store in Beijing, for example, is located in another prime pedestrian hub, but it closed its blinds this month, with manager Ni Guifang telling Reuters they are seeking greener pastures online.

"The sales were just OK, but the overall sales were on the downward trend," Ni said.

Regarding The Patrizia Law Case
Posted at I-UV.COM



By American Kabuki

A number of people have asked me about this article at: http://i-uv.com/italian-court-rules-for-oppt-filings-with-the-issuance-of-a-security-deposit-of-100-million-abroad-temporarily-placed-at-a-bank-in-basel

https://www.facebook.com/patrizia.pace.750
Patrizia Doris Pace of Milano is a known entity in Italy.   We have watched her work for quite some time and those she works with.

The case is indeed real, if a bit "late" on the part of the courts and systems. Nothing gets this far in the systems without them wanting it get this far, yet the window for this opportunity for the bankers was in 2012-spring 2014 and they did nothing.   So it shows if anything the current state of desperation of the bankers as the RV and Resets are not going forward.   

The bankers know that free energy devices and replicator technology will soon be widely and freely available making banking basically redundant.  They were told at the highest levels.

Watch this case as much will be revealed by it, as well as the reasons for it moving forward.  Think of it as a tool of transparency.  

Gaia Portal: Patterns of freedom come to the fore



Sorry for the delay on this one. We were up camping in the woods around a big camp fire... funny this says "fires are ignited"... LOL!!! -AK

Patterns of freedom come to the fore

by ÉirePort

Fires are ignited.

Patterns of freedom come to the fore.

Higher Consciousness fully awakens in all of Gaia inhabitants.

Grievances are addressed and transformed.

Gaia metamorphosis nears completion.

ÉirePort | October 24, 2015 at 07:27 | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/p2sFUY-vO

China banks come back for more capital as bad loans pile up

Vehicles drive on the Guomao Bridge through Beijing's central business district, June 11, 2015. REUTERS/Jason Lee

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2015/10/25/uk-china-banks-idUKKCN0SJ0YH20151025?utm_source=applenews

China banks come back for more capital as bad loans pile up
BEIJING/HONG KONG | BY MATTHEW MILLER AND UMESH DESAI

Mounting bad loans are running down Chinese banks' capital buffers, forcing them to turn to investors for fresh funds despite raising a record amount last year.

Commercial banks are issuing expensive preference shares as well as convertible and perpetual bonds to shore up their capital bases, even after 2014's bumper issuance when lenders raced to meet new regulatory requirements.

But with bad loans up 30 percent in the first half of 2015 according to China's banking regulator, doubts are growing about the ability of some banks to withstand the economic slowdown.

"China is facing a systemic credit crisis," said Jim Antos, banking analyst at Mizuho Securities in Hong Kong.

"Chinese banks, until mid 2014, were able to cope with deterioration of loans. It seems that has changed."

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