Terry Sacka Discusses The Rise And Fall of Great Towers During The Expansion and Collapse of the US Economy

During the economic history of the United States there have been several expansions of the nation's economy and several related crashes. Terry Sacka recently appeared on the Wealth Transfer Show to discuss how the rise and fall of some of the greatest Towers, namely the Tower of Babel, The Empire State Building and The Twin Towers, relate to these economic cycles.
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RALEIGH, N.C. - June 30, 2015 - PRLog -- Terry Sacka, AAMS, of Cornerstone Asset Metals made a recent appearance on The Wealth Transfer Show for part five of a special Shemitah series to discuss the correlation between the expansion and collapse of economies help towers to be erected and fall.

Also to demonstrate how wealth is transferred both to and away from people and how people today can position themselves beneficially for the upcoming market cycles.

The full video can be seen at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u36nNPGikrc

He opened the show saying, "We're showing how before and after the great market crashes, wealth did dramatically move away from 'we the people' if we weren't properly positioned. But those who were properly positioned had wealth transferred to them."

The Great Depression

"Our market crashes in the United States show great expansion of our economic prowess and then collapse of our economic prowess and of course the collapses seem to hurt we the people far more than the expansions seem to gain. The Great Depression is the greatest financial crash obviously in our history (in relation) to the pain 'we the people' felt and that was mainly because back then we didn't have safety nets."

America is a modern-day Bablyon

"America was a form of Babylon because we've walked away from God. Men, if you look at the cycle of empires have a tendency to build things, they start armies, they start wars and they build infrastructures and then they build towers. And towers go all the way back to the Tower of Babel. Did you know the Empire State Building was built on the heels of the Great Depression? Then of course comes the Twin Towers which on 911 just happen to come down exactly on The Shemitah exactly on the same day on the hour. George Washington kneeled down on the exact same spot, there's a church still there, and made a covenant with God."

Mr. Sacka has posted all eight videos of The Shemitah Series in The Wealth Transfer Archive on his website.

Mr. Sacka pointed out how gold and silver historically have been protection and hedges against systematic risk associated with geopolitical jitters, events and inflationary factors which all have historically lead to financial crashes.

Safe Christian Investments
On one of his websites specifically aimed toward Christians, Mr. Sacka offers five reasons why Christians should invest in gold and why Christians should invest in silver with detailed charts, figures and video content. He believes that the most valuable assets are gold, silver and survival food which they provide at Cam Ready Food.

About The Wealth Transfer Show

"The Wealth Transfer" is a show that airs on CTN (Christian Television Network) Thursdays 10pm EST & Saturdays 10am EST, hosted by Dr. Charles Vance with featured guest speaker Terry Sacka. The show discusses biblical and financial principles, global economics, the protection and preservation of your family's wealth and hard assets.

About Terry Sacka
Terry Sacka is the Chief Strategist of Cornerstone Asset Metals. Mr Sacka deals in natural resources, precious metals (gold, silver, platinum, palladium) as he refers to "God's Money" and "God's Products" and has been quoted several times by some of the most respected financial publications such as Investor's Business Daily and Institutional Investor and even on the Wikipedia page "Silver as an Investment".

Visit his company website at http://www.cornerstoneassetmetals.com

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