"The sacred rights of mankind are not to be rummaged for among old parchments or musty records. They are written, as with a sunbeam, in the whole volume of human nature, by the Hand of Divinity itself, and can never be erased or obscured by mortal power.”
~ Alexander Hamilton
By Catherine Austin Fitts
This Thursday, I celebrate Visions of Freedom with Food for the Soul’s Nina Heyn. Nurturing our vision of who we are as a free people is part of preserving freedom for ourselves and future generations. I asked Nina to invite in the ancestors—revisiting stories of the fight for freedom that great artists have painted throughout the ages. Inspired by our recent discussions with Thomas Meyer on freedom, Nina added reviews of marvelous works of art depicting the story of Gideon as well as the coming of comets throughout history. She also created an outstanding selection of cinematic stories of freedom told by great moviemakers.
As you listen to our discussion, you will want to follow along on the 3rd Quarter 2020 Wrap Up web presentation. The Visions of Freedom section will be published on Thursday when we post the audios. This is truly food for the soul—you can feast on the beauty of the art works.
In Let's Go to the Movies, I will discuss Tony Scott’s action thriller Unstoppable—a fictionalized version of a true runaway train event. One of my favorite Denzel Washington movies, Unstoppable touches on some of the most important aspects of personal freedom and responsibility that are essential to live a “free and inspired life.”
Post your questions for Ask Catherine and story suggestions for Money & Markets for this week here.
Talk to you Thursday!