Money RevisitedwithDarryl Robert Schoon

Books Mentioned In This Interview

darryl robert schoon light in a dark place: the prison years darryl robert schoon letter to the house select committee on intelligence darryl robert schoon you can't always get what you want darryl robert schoon is god confused? darryl robert schoon the way to heaven michael bloomberg climate of hope: how cities, businesses, and citizens can save the planet w edwards deming out of the crisis r buckminster fuller operating manual for spaceship earth robert t kiyosaki rich dad poor dad antal fekete critique of mainstream austrian economics paul a volcker keeping at it: the quest for sound money and good government milton friedman capitalism and freedom john maynard keynes the general theory of employment, interest and money david hackett fischer the great wave: price revolutions and the rhythm of history thomas kuhn the structure of scientific revolutions ilya prigogine the end of certainty dee hock birth of the chaordic age edwards deming out of the crisis buckminster fuller operating manual for spaceship earth robert kiyosaki rich dad poor dad

Darryl Robert Schoon is a financial analyst famous for having predicted the 2008 market crash. He is author of Light in a Dark Place: The Prison Years, Time of the Vulture, Report to the House Select Committee on Intelligence, Is God Confused?, and The Way to Heaven. He has also written a novel titled You Can’t Always Get What You Want. He is a minister with the Temple of Universality in Tucson, Arizona. His website is

Here he suggests that the capitalist era that began with the Bank of England in the seventeenth century is nearing its end. The system was structured to create an excess of wealth at the top; but, it has reached a point where it cannot sustain itself. These are slow processes that can last for as long as a century. However, civilization will either dissipate or will reorganize itself into a different (presumably better) modality.

New Thinking Allowed host, Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, hosted and co-produced the original Thinking Allowed public television series. He is a past vice-president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology; and is the recipient of the Pathfinder Award from that Association for his contributions to the field of human consciousness exploration.

(Recorded on February 23, 2020)

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Published on May 25, 2020


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