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The Richest Man in History
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Ferdinand E. Marcos, the Richest Man in History..

Ferdinand E. Marcos, the Richest Man in History..

 Here's how it all began :

 This was the “MARCOS WEALTH” that some
 politicians and churchmen kept on saying was the
“ILL-GOTTEN” Marcos wealth

 From 1866 to 1898, Prince Julian Macleod
 Tallano [RK: who became titleholder of OCT 01-4
 in 1864] had also been frequenting the Vatican.

 The document was entitled ORIGINAL
 The number 01 refers to the ONE nation, known in preHispanic times as MAHARLIKA. The number 4
 refers to the original four regions of this nation: (1) Luzon,
 (2) Visayas, (3) Mindanao and (4) Palawan, Tagean
 (now Kalayaan) Islands and North Borneo (in 1963 when
 the Federation of Malaysia was created, the name was
 changed to Sabah). [RK: This INCLUDED the
 Spratly Islands just north of Palawan, the ownership
 of which is now “contested” by six other countries.]
 The British recognized the fact that North Borneo,
 Sabah, was part of the Maharlika archipelago.

 In 1934, under Pope Pius XII, the Vatican negotiated with
 a member of the Filipino Royal Family, the Christian
 Tallano clan in the Maharlika. An agreement was
 reached that 640,000 metric tons of the Tallano gold
 would be lent to the Pope. This was part of that gold
 accumulated by the Southeast Asian Srivijayan/Madjapahit
 Empire during its glorious reign of 900 years.

 In 1939, two members of the Tallano family and a Roman
 Catholic priest, Fr. Jose Antonio Diaz, brought the gold
 from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, to the Vatican.

 After doing this, Fr. Diaz [RK: Hayes? Santa Romana?] went back to the Maharlika and resided in Cabanatuan City.

 After World War II, he facilitated the safe return of the 640,000 metric tons of gold from the Vatican to the Maharlika. Manuel Acuna Roxas (a relative of the Acuna/Tagean/Tallano clan), then a congressman, and Bishop Enrique Sobrepena, Sr, in the presence of Atty.
 Lorenzo Tanada, received the gold in Manila.

 [RK: There is good reason to believe, even from
 further along in this account, that the young attorney
 Ferdinand E. Marcos was involved in the return of
 the gold. Certainly by all accounts we have seen it
 was Ferdinand Marcos and Diaz/Santa Romana who
 shared in the enormous 30% commission—that is
 192,000 TONS of gold worth around $4 TRILLION
 today (!!!)—for handling this transaction.


A lease agreement was made between the Tallano clan and the Maharlika government. A total of 617,500 metric tons of gold was deposited in the newly installed Central Bank of the Maharlika to comply with its requirement for GOLD RESERVE.
 Under the terms of the contract, the Central Bank became the HOLDER of that gold. That lease agreement will expire in the year 2005.

 [RK: The Tallano Foundation has given notice of
 the termination of this 50-year lease following the
 additional 5-year discretionary period on December
 31, 2005 but remains unable to obtain an inventory
 of this asset even though the Central Bank (now
 Bangko Sentral Pilipinas) is no longer entitled to
 HOLD the gold.]

 Having gained the trust and confidence of Fr. Diaz,
 the Tallano clan made him the main negotiator and
 trustee of their gold. Fr. Diaz, in turn, hired the services
 of Atty. Ferdinand E. Marcos, then a highly
 recommended brilliant young lawyer having attained
 notoriety when he successfully defended himself in the
“Nalundasan Case” in 1939.

 The Tallano clan paid commission to Fr. Diaz and Atty. Marcos in gold, 30% from the principal of 640,000 metric tons.

 In 1949, the two richest men in the world
 were Fr. Jose Antonio Diaz and Atty. Ferdinand
 E. Marcos. Between the two of them they
 legitimately earned and owned 192,000 metric
 tons of gold.

 Ferdinand Marcos withdrew their share of the gold
 from the Central Bank and minted it “RP-CB”.
Sometime later, Fr. Diaz and Marcos brought their gold
 to Switzerland, in the Swiss Bank Corporation in Zurich.

 The remaining 400,000 metric tons of Tallano gold is
 in the third floor basement of the Central Bank Minting
 Plant in East Ave., Quezon City.

 There are 950,000 metric tons of gold (declared missing in the International Court of Justice) picked up by Yamashita from its European ally, Hitler.

 Another 250,000 tons of the Japanese loot around Southeast Asia are both now in the Maharlika. This country then became the holder of 1.6 million metric tons of gold bars.

 Some of the Yamashita gold buried in the Maharlika has been found. But the bulk of it is still buried to this day. And even now, thousands are secretly digging for it, including Japanese treasure hunters.

 The [Wall] Street Journal in its November 15, 1985
 issue wrote that two thirds of all the gold in the world is
 in the Maharlika. One third is divided among the rest of
 the countries in the world. Very few Filipinos know this.

 Let’s review some numbers at this point because
 there are certainly some unexplained losses along the

 The Tagean-Tallano gold started at 720,000 tons.
 640,000 tons were transported to the Vatican and back,
 leaving 80,000 tons unaccounted from the outset.

 Out of the 640,000 tons, 192,000 tons were paid in commission, which should leave 448,000 tons—but somehow that number has become 400,000 tons, leaving another 48,000 tons unaccounted. Following this story there are 128,000 (80,000 plus 48,000) tons of gold which somehow “slipped through the cracks” in addition to 192,000 tons earned in commissions, whereabouts unknown. Oops?

 Out of the remaining 400,000 tons we do not know
 how much remains. We know there was an effort to do
 a major “disappearing act” when the old Central Bank
 morphed into the new Bangko Sentral Pilipinas—but a
 recent decision of the Supreme Court (Banco Filipino
 versus BSP) has upheld that BSP is responsible for the
 liabilities of the old Central Bank.

 So, how much longercan they keep these hundreds of thousands of tons ofgold hidden under the carpet and out of sight of the Filipino people while 80% live at the edge of starvation?

 The POINT is that ultimately, a complete accounting
 should show where ALL of the original 720,000 tons
 went—not to mention the estimated 1.2 MILLION tons
 of Yamashita treasure (combined German and Japanese plunder) identified above (that is very nearly TWO
 MILLION TONS OF GOLD worth more than $38
 TRILLION at today’s price (2006)).

 The phony, CIA backed EDSA “people power” exhibition of 1986 had one primary purpose and that was to take this
 vast quantity of gold from the Philippines and the
 Filipino people for the benefit of the International
 Banking Cartel to enslave mankind.

 What about the Santa Romana/Diaz/HayesVatican commission shared with Ferdinand Marcos?
 [QUOTING, pg 186:]

 When Fr. Jose Antonio Diaz, alias Severino Sta.
 Romana, died in 1974 all that 30% commission in
 gold became the legendary “MARCOS GOLD”.
After providing for his family in Marcos’ Letter of
 Instruction, the whole wealth derived from this was
 supposed to be given to the FILIPINO PEOPLE.

 This was the “MARCOS WEALTH” that some
 politicians and churchmen kept on saying was the
“ILL-GOTTEN” Marcos wealth

 [RK: We’ll see WHY this wealth has been labeled “ill-gotten” a
 little further along in our study.] that until today is in “Marcos secret accounts”.

On April 9, 1973 Marcos said: “My earthly
 goods have been placed in the custody and for
 the disposition of the Marcos Foundation
 dedicated to the welfare of the Filipino people.”

 The plans of Ferdinand Marcos are hinted at in
 the following citation.
 [QUOTING, pg 187:]

 In his grand plan, Marcos wanted to re-establish
 the former grandeur of the Maharlika and the
 whole region of Southeast Asia, the former Malayan

 In June 1983, Marcos appeared before the
 First World leaders in Toronto. He announced his plan
 to boost the economy of the Southeast Asia region by
 creating the ASIAN DOLLAR. This would be backed
 up by the 400,000 metric tons of gold in the Central
 Bank of the Maharlika and the other gold he scattered
 around the region. He would also add to this his own
 personal 192,000 metric tons in Switzerland.

 The Asian Dollar, backed up by the “two thirds
 of all the gold in the world” that was in the
 Maharlika, would have made the Maharlika money
 more valuable and stronger than the American dollar.
 This was his vision to raise Southeast Asia to be at par
 with the rest of the First World countries.

 There is very good reason to believe that Mr.
 Marcos’ plans were even more far-reaching than this
 suggests. There is plenty of solid evidence of a
 program Marcos worked on with American President
 Ronald Reagan, which is referred to as the ABL (Ang
 Bagong Lipunan) program.

 Under this program some 250 sets of gold, documentation and related ABL currency were to be shipped to various countries around the world. A typical set included 3,500 metric tons of gold (worth some $70 billion at today’s price).

 Does it start to make a little more sense as to why
 those UN inspectors were using metal detectors in the
 PALACES of Iraq while they supposedly sought
“weapons of mass destruction”? Or why Saddam
 Hussein was such a threat to the powers-that-be? Or
 how and why the price of gold has been depressed on
 world markets? Or why former gold-bug Alan
 Greenspan would come out with a statement labeling
 gold a “barbarous relic”? Indeed

 To understand why it was necessary to remove
 Ferdinand Marcos from office in 1986 it helps to know
 that the Yamashita Treasure was considered “booty”.
After the passage of thirty years without a valid claim against
 it this “booty” would belong to its new possessor. That
 would have been in 1976—but the International Criminal
 Court (ICC) at that time extended the deadline by 10 years to 1986.

 The “someones” who had accumulated the German and Japanese plundered gold gathered in by Yamashita obviously preferred not to come forward with their claims because such claims could have revealed the source of such
 wealth—which was, in all probability, quite probably
 derived from illicit activities.

 What became of the remaining 400,000 metric
 tons pertaining to the Tagean-Tallano Clan and
 where is it today?

 [QUOTING, pg 191:]
 To this day, the 400,000 metric tons of the
 Maharlika (Tallano) gold are still in the Central
 Bank in East Avenue, Quezon City. Nobody can
 move it because Marcos insured it with the Lloyds
 of London and its agents are guarding it. But the
 present government does not acknowledge its

 Not only have successive governments of the
 Philippines failed to acknowledge the existence of
 the gold, they have conspired to keep this
 information from being known to the Filipino people.

 We assume this is because they have been working
 at ways to convert the gold for their own selfish
 gain, probably in conspiracy with the International
 Banking Cartel. To this day, however, no one
 seems to have found a legal solution. Mr. Marcos
 was, after all, a brilliant attorney.

 Immediately after Ferdinand Marcos was
 removed from office literally by a U.S. military
 helicopter, the newly installed President, Corazon
 Aquino, formed the Presidential Commission on
 Good Government (PCGG), purportedly to go after
 the Marcos “ILL-GOTTEN WEALTH”.

 though, as has already been shown, Mr. Marcos
 was in his own right the wealthiest man on the face
 of the Earth and had absolutely no need to take
 anything from anyone.

 [QUOTING, pg 192:]
 A decision of the Federal Supreme Court of
 Switzerland dated December 21, 1990 said: “… By
 decision of May 29, 1986, the attorney general of
 the District of Zurich accepted in principle the legal
 assistance requested by the Philippines and invited
 all the banks of the City of Zurich to FREEZE
 IMMEDIATELY all the accounts, deposits or safes
 of the persons, companies or foundations (of
 Marcos) mentioned in the order …”

 The accounts were FROZEN at the
 request of the government of the Philippines
 and the PCGG has ensured they have
 remained frozen to this day.

 [QUOTING, pp 193-194:]
 This is all a grand scheme (or scam). Blinded
 Filipinos must keep repeating that Marcos was a
 thief so that those hundreds of billions of dollars of
 Marcos money will remain frozen and not be given to
 them for their use.

 Consequently, they must constantly
 borrow money from the International Monetary Fund
 (IMF) and World Bank (WB) with so much interest
 so that this country will remain a slave and
 shackled to the foreign powers.

 The Maharlika—the Richest Country in the
 World Today

 The original 720,000 metric tons of gold left by the
 Filipinos’ benevolent forefather, Luisong Tagean,
 MAHARAJAH OF THE MAHARLIKA, is mindboggling. From this, the 640,000 metric tons that was
 brought to the Vatican in 1939 and back to the vault of
 the Central Bank of the Maharlika (617,500 metric tons) on January 7, 1949 could have made the
 Maharlika a First World country.

 The Marcos-Diaz
 alliance deposited their earned 192,000 metric tons
 of gold in one Swiss bank and not stashed away in
 54 countries, as some individuals in government
 want the people to believe.

 [RK: There is, however, evidence to indicate that the ABL
 packages were delivered out to many countries.
 Some of these countries appear to have
“activated” their gold holdings. For instance,
 look at Dubai and the tremendous construction
 boom occurring in that nation. From whence
 came the great wealth to do this?] From that, the
 daily interest earned for this country should be more
 than enough so that Filipinos need not borrow from
 the oppressive IMF and WB or leave their families
 and go abroad to earn dollars.

 History will show that the money was not
 stashed away and inaccessible but available to truly
 deserving Filipinos.

 There was nothing secret
 about the Marcos accounts. These accounts were
 only made secret by some people in the
 government so that the public would not know its
 real story.

 But, nowadays, some of them are
 secretly trying to withdraw from the Marcos
 accounts for themselves. However, each time they
 attempt to do this abroad they end up in jail.

 Here is another mind-boggling food for thought. In
 15 Japanese banks alone, the Marcos-Diaz consortium
 deposited 44,000 (part of the remaining 720,000) metric
 tons of gold (also minted RP-CB) and made liquid to a
 total of US$518,559,000,000.00 (518.6 billion dollars)
 between 1962 to 1974 earning an average of 1.5% noncompounded interest per year. There are more tons of
 gold in other banks around the world.

 [RK: Gold can only be “made liquid” by
 liquidating it and we are NOT sure this was done, not
 even with 44,000 metric tons, because there is no
 evidence of that kind of “money” ever being made
 available to the Philippines, which has a total money
 supply of just around $30 billion today.]

 Gold for gold, dollar for dollar, this country, the
 Maharlika, is the RICHEST COUNTRY IN THE

 During a talk show in a U.S. TV the week
 following the bombing of the New York Twin Towers,
 Pres. Bush was asked this question: Which is the
 richest country in the world today? With a smile
 he said: “The Philippines.” Marcos knew it, but he
 could not talk.

 The thirty-year period (starting 1946) for
 the gold claims of the “Claimants of World War II
 Loot” (as determined by the International Court of
 Justice in Hague) was extended by ten more years.
 That was to be the year 1986.

 At that time they made sure that Marcos would no longer talk. After kidnapping him from Malacanang, they put him
 in a golden prison in Hawaii.

 So much about the ‘sarsuela’ of the 1986 EDSA
 People Power Revolution, the Roman Catholic
 Archbishop, his priests, the seminarians, his nuns and
 his blinded followers who just PRAY, PAY AND
 OBEY. These traitors on the Filipino people did a
 good job in favor of those two foreign almighty powers.

 Demolition Campaign Against the Filipino People

 The invisible and long arm of the foreign powers
 are now exposed and brought to light so that everyone
 will see the real, greater and hidden
 MANIPULATORS and AUTHORS of the miseries
 of this country today.

 On February 28, 1986 (two days after Cory
 Aquino was sworn as president but before the
 proclamation of her Revolutionary Government through
 Proclamation No. 3 on March 25, 1986), Cory Aquino
 created the Presidential Commission on Good
 Government (PCGG) through her Executive Order No.
 1. Section 2 says:

“The Commission shall be charged with the task of assisting the President in regard to the
 following matters:

 (a) the recovery of all ill-gotten wealth
 accumulated by the former President Ferdinand E.
 Marcos, his immediate family, relatives…

(b) The investigation of such cases of graft and corruption…”

So far, the PCGG had succeeded in sequestering
 eighty-eight billion (P88,000,000,000) pesos, allegedly
 the “ill-gotten wealth” of Marcos. Unfortunately for
 the PCGG, the gold of Marcos has, so far, eluded it.

 President Ferdinand E. Marcos had a wonderful
 vision in mind for his people and for the people of the
 world, as can be presumed from his efforts to
 implement the ABL Program mentioned above. But
 he had some problems.

 Marcos could not announce possession of the gold
 plundered by the Germans and the Japanese during
 World War Two until some time after 1986 because
 of the ruling of the International Criminal Court in

 That gold was “off limits” even until the day he
 was removed from Malacanang by a U.S. helicopter.
 The existence of the ABL Program provides solid
 evidence of his intention to redistribute (at least some,
 initially) of the plundered gold for the benefit of many
 other nations—BUT he was compelled to work
 outside of the existing world banking system and he
 took on a partner (the supposedly “freedom loving”
United States).

 The Money Masters could hardly approve of such
 plans because they ran contrary to the wicked agenda
 of enslaving mankind with fiat, non value-based
 currency. Under the fiat-money scheme, the
 International Banking Cartel have complete control of
 the world’s monetary system along with freedom to
 plunder the resources of any nation at will through
 control of the value of that nation’s currency.

 Perhaps the greatest problem Marcos faced was
 that the people themselves were not yet ready. They
 did not know the issues because for the most part it
 was not wise at that time for him to tell them. By
 1986 conditions in the Philippines were not that bad: the
 national debt was small and manageable; the economy
 was growing; the people were productive; wealth was
 more evenly distributed then than it is now. It was not
 heavenly because the country was still subject to the
 chokehold of the International Banking Cartel—but it
 has only gotten worse since.

 Today the people are ready, made so by the
 experience of the intervening twenty years as
 administration after administration has operated
 under IMF/WB constraints and “conditionalities”.
Today there is the example of Venezuela, Malaysia,
 China and others—throwing off the yoke of the
 international bankers to a certain extent; in some
 cases tying the value of their own currencies to the
 value of the “world reserve currency” (the U.S.
 dollar) to prevent further depredations.

 Today, the truth can be made known and shouted from the

 Today, with the land titling issue in an absolute mess manufactured from the avarice and greed of a few, the
 protections of OCT 01-4 can be invoked. And
 ASSOCIATION stands ready, willing and able to
 assist with the provision of banking collateral as
 necessary to stabilize the situation and ensure the
 best outcome.

 How soon will the promise of the Golden Age
 materialize? Just as soon as perceptions change to
 a sufficient extent.

 Accordingly, anything YOU can do to spread this factual information far and wide throughout the Philippines—and the rest of the world—brings that day closer to reality.


 Reference: Independent Confirmation
 Of the Philippines Gold, PHOENIX JOURNAL REVIEW, Volume 47, Number 2. August 9, 2006 —

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Re: The Richest Man in History
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2013, 09:58:23 AM »
Your Gold numbers so VERY far fetched. You're saying that 640,000 metric tons of the Tallano gold would be lent to the Pope.

Wikipedia says there's only been 174,000 metric tons of gold has been mined ever since HUMAN TIME.

So.. what's wrong with the above numbers friend?????


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Re: The Richest Man in History
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2013, 11:03:26 AM »
and also, it is not clear why those tons of gold were LENT to the Pope  ???
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Re: The Richest Man in History
« Reply #3 on: December 15, 2013, 10:13:53 PM »
It is amazing, but the total amount of gold in the world is a surprisingly small q uantity. Here's how you can calculate the total amount that is available.
If you look at a page like this one, or if you look it up in an encyclopedia, you will find that the annual worldwide production of gold is something like 50 million troy ounces per year. Gold has a specific gravity of 19.3, meaning that it is 19.3 times heavier than water. So gold weighs 19.3 kilograms per liter. A liter is a cube that measures 10 centimeters (about 4 inches) on a side. There are 32.15 troy ounces in a kilogram. Therefore, the world produces a cube of gold that is about 4.3 meters (about 14 feet) on each side every year. In other words, all of the gold produced worldwide in one year could just about fit in the average person's living room!
This cube weighs 1,555,210 kilograms (3,110,420 pounds). A recent spot price for gold was $256.10 U.S. -- using that number, all of the gold produced in a year is worth $12,805,000,000. That's a lot of money, but not an unimaginable amount. For example, that's about how much the Pentagon spent launching the GPS satellite system. NASA's budget in 1998 was $13.6 billion.
Figuring out the total amount of gold that has been produced by man is a little harder. To get at some kind of estimate, let's figure that the world has been producing gold at 50 million ounces a year for 200 years. That number is probably a little high, but when you figure that the Aztecs and the Egyptians produced a fair amount of gold for a long time, it's probably not too far off. Fifty million ounces * 200 years = 10 billion ounces. Ten billion ounces of gold would fit into a cube roughly 25 meters (about 82 feet) on a side. Consider that the Washington Monument measures 55 feet by 55 feet at its base and is 555 feet tall (17 x 17 x 170 m). That means that if you could somehow gather every scrap of gold that man has ever mined into one place, you could only build about one-third of the Washington Monument.
Platinum is even more scarce than gold. Only 3.6 million troy ounces are produced per year. Its specific gravity is 21.45, and it was discovered in the 18th century, not in 3,000 B.C. If you assume that the world has produced 3.6 million ounces per year for 50 years to estimate the total worldwide supply, all of the platinum in the world would fit in a cube that is 6.3 meters (about 20 feet) on a side. In other words, all of the platinum in the entire world would easily fit in the average home!

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Re: The Richest Man in History
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2013, 05:05:07 PM »
           Very nice research you made there. Accordingly, alive pointer was saying that the inventory made by the Japanese in burying the golds they looted from different countries central banks, banks, and financial institution could even be used to pay all the debts of developing countries in Asia. This
inventory according to him is kept in tunnels 6, 7 , 8, and nine in Luzon alone, In Nueva Vizcaya in particular no less than supervised by prince Chichibu in 1941 to 1943. Highways are made in this province, rumor says because they want to find out their inventory, then later on i presume other sites by so called highway construction (JICA project).
           Calculating less by metric tons of the gold produce since human history and this gold commission and borrowing, still the Philippines is the keeper of the many gold man melted made and natural. Even now, the government is permitting the mining of natural gold in one town of this country. Yet it is brought somewhere else (outside the country) by process.