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Subject: Believe in Miracles
From: "The Office of Poofness" <2goforth@humanus.ca>
Date: Sun, January 8, 2017 7:55 pm


“Folks, the last few years have been very trying for all of us. James/Poof leaving us when he did was crippling for me and for the work that we were doing together. Zap or Jerzy as you have come to know him— an that is who he is— stepped up and was a true gift to me. I have and always will have a great appreciation for his generous heart and his tenderness to the ills of the world that he knows need not be. And for that reason I continued to support him in his work with the humanitarian efforts.

I have remained and I always will be faithful to the Omega program and the others that we knew about. I have given over two decade to this work, maybe more if I were to count it all up— and many of my sidekicks have left this plane for the Other Side.

It has not been easy and you have supported me when I could not even support myself. I still have challenges, plenty of them but I'm told I will make it through all of this to better days and so will you.

The PP's are waiting in the wings for the currency exchanges to commence at full speed. With the information available to me I feel very optimistic that January will be a month we will never forget.

With Much Love and Gratitude,


This got me to wondering which "Omega" program she was referring to.

We have this one:

Omega Trust
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Omega Trust was a fraudulent US investment scheme in Illinois.
Clyde D. Hood is a former electrician from Mattoon, Illinois. In 1994 Hood formed Omega Trust and Trading Limited and began to lecture to church groups. He said that the Lord had given him a mission. He claimed that he was one of the international traders who could make secret multimillion-dollar deals to benefit humanitarian programs through debentures and "prime bank notes" in foreign banks. Hood asked for an investment of $100 and promised a payout of $5,100 within 275 days. He wanted the money delivered wrapped in aluminum foil and via Federal Express because U.S. federal government was trying to block the trades through the United States Postal Service. Therefore the scheme should remain secret. Thousands of people from USA and overseas sent money.
The program stopped accepting new investors in 1995. By that time, Hood had received more than $10 million. He began to present number of excuses as to why investors had not been paid, blaming administrative costs, problems with foreign banks and international financial conflicts. When some people still wanted to join, Hood and accomplices claimed that they could sell share units of people who had wanted to leave the program. The estimated total amount of money was $20 million.
In addition, Hood began new investment schemes named Alpha and Destiny and obtained more money from those who had invested to Omega. With the money Hood and his associates bought land and businesses in Mattoon, gave no-interest loans and made trips to Europe. Some of the money also went to finance businesses of other Hood associates like construction contractor Chris Engel.
Engel later cooperated with the police and let them tape a phone conversation with Hood. Hood lawyer Steve Ryan was also later removed from the case when he was subpoenaed as a witness and for possible collusion.
Clyde Hood and his 18 associates were indicted in 2000. Some of them pleaded guilty or were convicted of multiple counts of fraud, mail fraud, money laundering and filing a false tax return (see 26 U.S.C. § 7206).
On April 10, 2001, Hood pleaded guilty to mail or wire fraud conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy, and filing a false tax return.[1]
On January 24, 2002 Hood was sentenced to prison for 14 years and was fined $5,000. Five of his associates were convicted of active participation of the scheme and were ordered to make restitution. Thirteen associates were convicted of money laundering. Three hundred fifty-five victims received restitution from forfeited Omega Trust funds to the total of $1,697,310.00.
The Omega Trust still lives on in the Internet as a supposed global poverty relief program (see NESARA).
Hood is imprisoned at the "Federal Medical Center Devens," north of Worcester, Massachusetts, and was scheduled for release in November 2012.


Then we have this one:

Omega Prosperity Packages URGENT!!!!

October 9, 2012

Omega Prosperity Packages URGENT!!!!

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Posted By C K Rich

C K Rich:  Hope that this helps some people better understand what these funds are all about…
This is for real
Dear Friends,
Great news about Omega Prosperity Program
I have been asked to provide as many names as possible by Monday or Tuesday at the latest.
This is for distribution for the OMEGA Trust …..the largest section of the St. Germain Trust
Apparently it is to start distributing as soon as next week.  Sit down …. the amount per person is $10,000
My contact has to take the list of names to the bank and the bank will contact people on the list directly.
If you know more people that can use money please send them this email and let them fill in the form:
Many thanks in advance,

MORE HERE: https://missiongalacticfreedom.wordpress.com/2012/10/09/omega-prosperity-packages-urgent/

Anyone here remember the Omega Prosperity Program? If you do please feel free to pm me or comment.





Or maybe here:

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Prosperity Programs Review from Hobie

- The Rumor Mill News Reading Room

About the 'Prosperity Programs'...

Posted By: hobie [Send E-Mail]
Date: Saturday, 23-Jul-2011 00:20:29

In Response To: Reader question: What are Global Settlements/Prosperity Programs? Hobie? Anybody? (MrFusion)

Hi, Mr.F and Reader john -

After all this time, I'm still fuzzy on what's being referred to when folks speak of "Global Settlements". But I know a thing or two about the "Prosperity Programs", so let's go there. :) One or two paragraphs won't really do it - but I'll try not to write like the other sites you've been reading. :)

What Poof and Casper are talking about is what have come to be referred to collectively as the 'prosperity programs'. The term is not entirely accurate because not all those programs are the same in their operation or even in their expected outcome. "Farm Claims" is based on a judicial judgement. "Freedom" may have involved a 'roll trade'. Et cetera. But in general, all programs were closed to new members in 1999 or in one case in 2002.

In each case that I'm aware of, folks were invited to participate by word-of-mouth. In at least some instances, participation was by "loaning" a certain amount of money per "unit". In at least one instance, a $100 loan per unit was required, with a promise that, at some time, at least $5100 per unit would be returned.

In some instances, the program in question was represented as involving a "roll trade" program, something not usually open to the general public (especially in America) and requiring a substantial sum (millions) in order to engage in such an activity. Thus, it would make sense for lots and lots of small amounts to be ganged together in order to enter a "roll trade".

To the best of my knowledge to date, only the Freedom program really did involve a 'trade'.

Certain others, including I believe Alpha, Omega, and Destiny, and possibly others, were all the 'front face' for a larger program which has no name of its own, referred to by Poof on occasion as "the mother", which involves disbursal of wealth from a very old trust - possibly three trusts, now.

"Freedom" apparently was devised by Bush, Sr., and Kissinger, and somehow they had arranged things so that no other program could pay out before Freedom paid out. Thus whoever controlled Freedom controlled them all ("one ring to bind them..."). This is why Casper has referred to "freedom packs". However, I'm advised those two are no longer in control of Freedom, and Freedom will pay out at the same time as all the others (70 or 80 programs total, I think). Tommy Buckley's Green Light program is often reasonably thought of as a 'prosperity program', but it's of a different sort. It's expected it will pay a few weeks after the primary programs do.

Clyde Hood, Mike Kodosky, and a few others, who headed up enrollment of participants into the program called Omega, were rather famously brought to trial in Illinois in 2001, mostly during the summer, and either entered guilty pleas or were found guilty on charges of fraud. The claim was that they had collected money on promise of particular returns, and that the returns were never coming. (We reported on that at the time - search the RMN Archive with 'All' keywords 'hobie omega trust trading' and you should find most of the posts.)

"Whistleblower" (David Crayford) of the OITC, whose posts have appeared here on occasion, and also David Sale, also of the OITC, have said they do not expect any of the programs will ever pay out. Their reasoning is that if the programs were based on misallocated funds actually part of the Collateral Accounts, any proceeds would go right back into the Collateral Accounts - and/or, if there's no legal and binding documentation for the programs (which, apparently, there isn't), then they must be scams and the money's long gone. Economic journalist Christopher Story not infrequently stated that Omega particularly was a "CIA Ponzi scheme", though he never offered visible substantiation for that assertion.

AND THEN - THERE'S NESARA. :) We have no sources other than Dove (who's no longer with us) who were ever able to tell us that NESARA was a real thing. HOWEVER - it does appear many facets of NESARA are part of what may be about to occur.

Tied-in with the resolution of these programs is the expectation of a new banking system, new 'honest' money, the demise of the Federal Reserve and the dethroning of those back of it (which also means the end of IRS as we have known it), and a return to Constitutionality in America.

All of this is consistent with Rayelan's information regarding "the Factions" and a long-term plan to take down the Federal Reserve.


Posted by John MacHaffie




So basically this scam is older than once thought?




Welcome and thanks for joining and commenting. I hoped you had seen this. :)

Yes I think it is. I have been trying to figure out why right after James death that Jerzy jumped on board and the heavy donations things started. Her Omega reference must be that piece of the puzzle.
We had a few members here that asked about Omega awhile back. Maybe they will message me some info.

Your videos crack me up Keep em coming Sausage King :)








The NESARA Scam: White Knights, Dark Forces and Endless Prosperity

Posted on February 24, 2014 by Mike Rothschild

A few weeks ago, I wrote an in-depth post on the Iraqi dinar revalue scam. The “RV” is a fraudulent investment that shills worthless (yet extremely expensive) Iraqi currency based on the vain hope that the US Government/IMF/Globalist Controllers will magically revalue it back to its Saddam-era value of over $3 to the dinar – or even more. The theory is that revaluing would make the scam victims who hold millions of dinars rich, ushering in a more equal and just society. Or something.

Researching the dinar scam took me on a number of entertaining tangents that weren’t germane to the initial blog post, but were interesting all the same. One was a scam with the same mountains of gibberish, the same promises of prosperity and the same stalling when said prosperity fails to appear.

It’s called NESARA, and one might see it as the forerunner to the RV scam. Both have a dense, complex mythology, but in the end are based on getting money from people in exchange for a piece of the vast riches that are coming ANY DAY NOW!! NESARA blends new age hokum, alien mythology, sovereign citizen nonsense, prosperity gospel and 9/11 trutherism to create a dense web of weirdness. And true to form with most conspiracy theories, it’s based on a real thing, but taken in a direction far from what that thing actually is.

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An example of a NESARA flier

In the real world, NESARA stood for “National Economic Security and Recovery Act.” It’s a set of monetary reforms and tax law restructuring written by engineer and teacher Harvey Francis Barnard in the 1980’s, and printed in his book Draining the Swamp. Barnard imagined a massively overhauled US financial system that would abolish the Federal Reserve, ban interest on compound loans, forgive consumer debt, re-peg the dollar to the gold standard and remove the current income tax in favor of a national sales tax. This would revitalize our economy, double our standard of living and free people from the burden of debt, which Barnard considered to be the greatest of all social ills.

Barnard printed 1,000 copies of his proposal and sent them to every member of Congress, believing it would quickly be passed into law. It was not, and has never even been introduced into any legislative session. After about a decade of trying, Barnard published the text online for free in the public domain.

Of course, this isn’t the NESARA that conspiracy theorists have latched on to.

When Barnard made NESARA freely available in 2000, it became an instant hit with the nascent internet conspiracy movement. One of the people who became enraptured was Shaini Goodwin, herself a victim of a scam called the Omega Trust. Omega was a scheme put together by grifter Clyde Hood, selling “prime European bank notes” repackaged as “Omega Units.” One Unit could be bought for as little as $100 and return a profit of up 12 million dollars after it “rolled over.” Incidentally, these are the same ludicrous returns promised by the Iraqi dinar scam.

Needless to say, none of the gibberish Hood invented actually existed, and by 2000, the Federal government was closing in on him and his scheme. In the meantime, Hood’s followers were getting desperate for information on their prosperity units. So into this money-shaped hole stepped Shaini Goodwin, an Omega “investor” with a complex personal history of bankruptcies, unpaid taxes (owing to the IRS being an illegal scheme) and New Age beliefs. Goodwin didn’t just sink money into Omega, she became its head cheerleader, propaganda minister and chief evangelist.

Under the screen name “Dove of Oneness” she posted an unstoppable flow of Omega updates, promising investors that their “deliveries” would be happening any time. When they didn’t, she stalled with pronouncements of a conspiracy, a gag order, mysterious deaths and infighting at the highest levels of global control. She pitched a vision of the world where heroic “White Knights” were battling a “dark cabal” of banksters, with Omega and prosperity for all hanging in the balance. Again, almost exactly the same gibberish as the dinar scam.

Finally, in late 2000, Omega crumbled and Hood pled guilty to numerous federal indictments, going to prison for 12 years. Sure enough, Goodwin had already shifted the subject of her news updates. She claimed Omega had been sunk by the same cabal keeping down another prosperity law, one that would usher in peace, wealth and power for the people who’d been kept down for so long.

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The only picture I could find of Shaini Goodwin

It was NESARA. And, according to the Dove of Oneness, it had been passed in secret in 2000 by Bill Clinton, with a gag order promising death to anyone who spoke publicly of it. Dove’s version of Harvey Barnard’s pie-in-the-sky economic proposal was much weirder than the original, with all debt being cancelled out, new money being printed, universal peace being declared, taxes being outlawed and prosperity packets being given to all. Prayers were needed to make the law public – and, naturally, donations to the Dove would help greatly as well.

For much of 2001, Barnard and Dove sparred over NESARA, with Dove claiming Barnard was part of the cabal and Barnard claiming Dove was a deluded scam artist. Then, on September 11th, 2001, shortly after the worst attack on American soil, Dove posted what became her signature message:

“The three targets today were ALL connected to NESARA and the banking changes. I just learned that at 9:00 a.m. in New York this morning, there was an IMPORTANT banking activity set to be activated in the IMF international banking computer center in the World Trade Center! This was obviously WHY the World Trade Center was attacked TODAY at just before and after 9:00 a.m.! […] The orders for these plane attacks came from U.S. citizens who are trying to stop our deliveries/funding and NESARA.”

Dove’s readership skyrocketed, and soon she had as many as 15,000 victims sending money to a drop box with her name on it. None of the people paying her for information on NESARA saw her as anything other than a high-level insider with a “special status” as a sovereign citizen, leading the White Knights in a battle against the dark forces. She was none of these things, but it didn’t matter. The money came pouring in from desperate people looking for someone, anyone, to lead them out of financial darkness. If exposing NESARA and making its prosperity public would do the trick, so be it.

The next few years were busy for the Dove of Oneness. She got a business license. She begged for money. She did radio interviews about NESARA. She begged for money. She dolled out a bizarre mythology involving false flag attacks, the Illuminati, a flying saucer fleet, various aliens and astral planes. She begged for money. She orchestrated a letter writing campaign to the Supreme Court demanding “NESARA Now!” She bought rolling mobile billboards and had them drive around Washington proclaiming the virtue of NESARA. And she begged for money.

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The NESARA mobile billboards. (Galactic-channelings.com)

During the bulk of the Bush years, Dove’s updates, warnings and pleas for support kept coming. Even after 2004, when Seattle reporter Sean Robertson blew the lid off Dove’s history and penchant for making it up as she went along, the scam prospered. NESARA had never been passed and never would be passed, but still, the mythology grew, becoming so thick with nonsense that it’s almost impossible to summarize.

Just like the dinar RV, NESARA prosperity was always just about to happen, and always held up by an unforeseen delay or element of the conspiracy. Dove’s readership was small but vocal, and with the help of a few acolytes, she turned NESARA into a lucrative moneymaking scheme – doing so even after its creator died in 2005.

Then, just like Omega before it, the complaints started coming. In 2007, Dove was investigated by the IRS and state of Washington for defrauding an elderly woman in San Francisco of “at least” $10,000. Other complaints were filed. NESARA began to fade away as other scams rose up to take its place.

Finally, in 2010, still fighting liens from the IRS and living in her mother’s mobile home, Shaini Goodwin passed from this earthly plane, more or less ending the NESARA scam. It still lives on in scattered blog postings, but all most the truest of believers have moved on. Dove’s website went down, and most of the postings and articles about NESARA are buried in dark corners of the internet wayback machine.

The lesson I took from all of this is that, to paraphrase Led Zeppelin, the scam remains the same. Clyde Hood died in prison in 2012, and Goodwin two years before, but their work lives on. Though Omega, NESARA and the RV are different in their contexts, they’re exactly alike in what they seek to do: trade small amounts of money now for vast amounts of money later. Of course, “later” never comes, but through constant shilling, fake updates and proselytizing, hope stays alive. It will be the same with whatever scam takes the place of the dinar, and whatever comes after that, and after that. There’s always going to be someone offering something for nothing, and there are always going to be eager to grab hold of that nothing, even if it costs them everything.

The final sentence of the internet posting announcing Shaini Goodwin’s death says as much in far fewer words:

“[I]nvestors can still go to goldfornesara@verizon.net for a chance to invest in the very special trades that Shaini Goodwin set up, delivering more than favorable returns. All contacts are still viable.”




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