LIVE RATES NOW!

GT TIDBIT FROM S3A, 22 OCT

GT: Just Got off Skype with My Contractor Friend....He gave me a QUiCK Update from Iraq. He was told Abadi made the GOI Announcement Today (he didn't have any more Details & Didn't have a lot of time)!! He DID SAY people were "PARTYING UP" Now for you NON-BELIEVERS!! Don't ask for ANYMORE PROOF because their is none I can give other than what I just told!!! So THERE YOU GO...

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EXOGEN DIRECT INTEL UPDATE, 22 OCT

MARK WAGONEER: Exo: you stated you showed all live rates. No announcement will be made. So we are just waiting for Santa, is that the last piece


EXOGEN:THE RATES WILL GO LIVE AND YOU WILL HAVE TO
FIND THEM.......
THERE WILL BE NO ANNOUNCEMENT WHEN THE RATES ARE LIVE (HINT HINT)

LOOK FOR THE FULL SANTA CLAUS SUIT!!!!!



JUST GAVE YOU THE LIVE RATES FOR ALL CURRENCIES IN CLUES (HINT HINT)


1. THERE WILL BE NO GLOBAL ANNOUNCEMENT WHEN RATES GO LIVE

2. THERE WILL BE NO GCR GLOBAL ANNOUNCEMENT
3. THERE WILL BE NO IQD IS LIVE GLOBAL ANNOUNCEMENT
4. RV IS NOT EVEN A BANKING TERM
5. GCR (GLOBAL CURRENCY RESET IS NOT A BANKING TERM)

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Guesses to Exogen's Picture Clue/Intel


nana7 October 21, 2014 at 9:40pm


Clues
Tuesday Night.....

A few puzzles to solve.


Optical illusions everywhere and are playing tricks on your eyes.


Some are illusions and are hiding in plain site


Iraq RV'd on Oct. 20, hiding in plain site. Lower Denoms live NOW!!


Look for clues the rates are sneaking in


IDN- $9 VNN-$2.57 IQN- $4 Zim- .15

WoooHooo...
It's snowing again and Santa is coming to town!!

wilbur grodan: MARKET ACTION today SCREAMS TONIGHT!

FOREX

WATCH THE FOREX THIS WEEK FOR RESET. DINAR & DONG ARE SUPPOSE TO SHOW UP. GREEN LIGHT FOR GOING TO THE BANK

Easy way to keep up with the Forex Exchange Rates. Notice these are out of CDT with time posted.

IQD - Dinar at: http://www.barchart.com/quotes/forex/%5EUSDIQD

VND - Dong at: http://www.barchart.com/quotes/forex/%5EUSDVND

Monday, November 19, 2012

Obama gets taste of Thailand at Buddhist temple

Obama gets taste of Thailand at Buddhist temple

By THANYARAT DOKSONE | Associated Press – 3 hrs ago
U.S. President Barack Obama, left, and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, rear, tour the Viharn of the Reclining Buddha with Chaokun Suthee Thammanuwat, the Dean, Faculty of Buddhism Assistant to the Abbot of Wat Phra Chetuphon at the Wat Pho Royal Monastery in Bangkok, Thailand, Sunday, Nov. 18,
 2012. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
Associated Press/Carolyn Kaster - U.S. President Barack Obama, left, and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, rear, tour the Viharn of the Reclining Buddha with Chaokun Suthee Thammanuwat, the Dean, …more 

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BANGKOK (AP) — Leaving behind chants of "Obama, Obama" by adoring crowds on the streets, the president of the United States stepped into the serenity of Thailand's most famous temple compound to marvel at its centerpiece — a gigantic, golden statue of a reclining Buddha propped up on one elbow before passing into nirvana.
The Temple of Reclining Buddha, formally known as Wat Pho, was the first stop on President Barack Obama's Asian tour that will also take him to Myanmar and Cambodia. Obama arrived at the temple, one of Bangkok's most famous tourist sites, straight from the airport after landing in Bangkok on Sunday. Visits to see the king and the Thai prime minister were saved for later.
Observing traditional custom, Obama took off his shoes as a saffron-robed monk led him and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton through the 18th century temple's stoned paved compound of multi-colored spires and chapels with hundreds of gilded Buddha images.
But the main attraction is the reclining Buddha statue that at 46 meters (150 feet) long, and 15 meters (50 feet) high, stretches half the length of a football field. The statue is made of bricks and plaster and covered in gold leaf with mother-of-pearl inlay decorating the feet.
The visit was meant to give Obama a taste of Bangkok. But one thing Obama did not get to see as he sped through Bangkok was the city's infamous traffic jams. All roads leading to Wat Pho and his other destinations were blocked and cleared of cars as part of security measures that included bomb squads and shutting the temple to the public hours in advance.
Camera-clad tourists who came to visit the temple or glimpse the American leader were initially dismayed. They were kept hundreds of meters (yards) away as his armored Cadillac pulled to a stop inside a white tent erected at the temple's entrance, which obscured him from sight.
But those who waited an hour for his temple tour to end were elated. A smiling Obama waved from the backseat of his car, which drove slowly alongside cheering crowds as he headed to a royal audience with Thailand's revered, ailing monarch, 84-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
"Yes! I saw him! And he was waving at us!" said 72-year-old American tourist Elizabeth Simon visiting Thailand with her 74-year-old sister. They were at the beach in Pattaya two hours away but rushed to Bangkok just to see him. "I'm so thrilled that he won the election. When we heard he was coming, we decided to get here."
Parts of the temple date to Thai King Rama I in the 1700s. The king's ashes are kept beneath the pedestal of one of the huge seated Buddha statues in the complex, which is located along the banks of the Chao Phraya river near the Grand Palace. It is in the quiet, historic old quarter of Bangkok, outside the skyscraper-and-traffic clogged downtown.
"It's meaningful that Obama came straight to Wat Pho," said Pradab Supradit, a 67-year-old Thai grandmother who took a bus, a river ferry and then walked up roads closed for security hoping to glimpse the man or just see his convoy. "It will bring him blessings because temples are at the center of Thai people's hearts."
"I want to see him with my own eyes," she said. "I like Obama because of his charisma and personality. He's a smart guy. I love the way he talks."
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Associated Press writers Jocelyn Gecker and Todd Pitman contributed to this report.




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