Aaron Brickman: “Financial Crashes Often Directly Coincide With Torah Holy Days and Lunar Events.” This Is Fascinating And Very Concerning…

 

Some people are really into the relationship that major financial crises seem to have with Torah Holy days in America.  Yes, it is eye-opening to be sure, and we have to be reminded of these relationships because we seem to forget.  Here is a video for you if you are concerned about the state of the U.S. economy in the next few weeks, maybe two months.

A fascinating video that I have listened to twice, and took four pages of notes the second time.  But we knew this was coming, right?  Whether Aaron Brickman is correct or not (and he is very, very astute), every thinking American man and woman with any common sense already knows that our financial reckoning is due and payable.  Mr. Brickman, a remarkable financial analyst, ex-Army Ranger and bible-believing follower of Yahusha lays out the facts and the histories of our crippling financial disasters and their eye-popping connections to the Holy days of Yahuah.

I have been saying for a while in my comments section that the end of September ’22 is a big red zone.   In a recent podcast, I sited the last eight days as being particularly sensitive.  We will soon find out.

When you finish this video, Hagmann and Brickman were kind enough to do a full follow-up the next dat, and the audio recording of that meeting is linked here.

I have not listened to it yet, but will do so today.

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