“Open” – GCR/RV History – Tuesday – May 16, 2017

“Open” – GCR/RV History – Tuesday – May 16, 2017

Received via email at 4:44 AM EDT for publication. ~ Dinar Chronicles The first GCR/RV was scheduled to begin at 8:00am EDT Tuesday, Septemb…

“Open” – GCR/RV History – Tuesday – May 16, 2017

Received via email at 4:44 AM EDT for publication. ~ Dinar Chronicles

The first GCR/RV was scheduled to begin at 8:00am EDT Tuesday, September 11, 2001.

The reason: All markets and banks are considered “open for business” for the first time each week (considering all worldwide time zones).

This is why the international business week begins on Tuesday morning and ends Thursday evening, with the United States being the last time zone recognized and New Zealand the first (16 hours earlier).

Meaning, one can freely send money anywhere in the world on the international wire system as the global monetary system is considered “active” worldwide on these three days only: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (EDT).

Perhaps the NPTB are just waiting for the natural start to the international business week to begin–so funds can freely move through the new financial system without any noticeable interruption or delay.

And maybe this currency version of the GCR/RV has already begun without our knowledge.

As business as usual would obviously be the safest way to release any GCR/RV regardless of day or time.

God is with us.

http://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.ca/2017/05/open-gcrrv-history-tuesday-may-16-2017.html

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