I’ve written about my intrigue with prophetic books before and I own and have read a large collection of works from all over the world regarding the birth and death of man kind from many different cultures perspective.

I enjoy reading these books because they give credence to things like Chaos Theory and Interconnectedness when put into the proper context.

I came across a headline which reminded me of something I had read in Revelations 6:6 in the Bible which reads,

“I heard what sounded like a voice from among the four living creatures, saying, “A quart of wheat for a day’s pay or three quarts of barley for a day’s pay. But do not damage the oil and the wine.”

With the Federal Reserve rate cut pretty much guaranteeing rampant inflation over the next few years, I found this quote rather appropriate. It was affirmed when I read this article in the Wall Street Journal,

Rising prices and surging demand for the crops that supply half of the world’s calories are producing the biggest changes in global food markets in 30 years, altering the economic landscape for everyone from consumers and farmers to corporate giants and the world’s poor.

“The days of cheap grain are gone,” says Dan Basse, president of AgResource Co., a Chicago commodity forecasting concern.

This year the prices of Illinois corn and soybeans are up 40% and 75%, respectively, from a year ago. Kansas wheat is up 70% or more. And a growing number of economists and agribusiness executives think the run-ups could last as long as a decade, raising the cost of all kinds of food.

Others in the media are actually beginning to notice that the government inflation statistics are pure lies as well as written about here,

“Sept. 24 (Bloomberg) — The U.S. consumer price index continues to be a testament to the art of economic spin.

Since wages, Social Security cost-of-living increases and some agency budgets are tied to it, the government has a vested interest in keeping it as low as possible.

Yet your real cost of living — what you keep after taxes, medical bills, college expenses and other household costs — is probably much higher than the 2 percent annual rate the government reported in July, showing a slight decline.

Millions are falling behind inflation because wage increases aren’t keeping pace with the cost of medical care, lost employment benefits, homeownership expenses, energy and transportation.”

When I wrote about my concerns with inflation a few weeks ago in a post appropriately entitled, “Hell Hath No Fury Like Inflation Scorned“, a few readers shrugged it off as “it doesn’t pertain to me, food is such a small expense of my overall income” and no one really seem to see the real implications: higher food costs begets higher demand for wages which begets higher costs of items which begets higher demand for higher wages which begets higher food costs…..you know where I’m going with this right?

Which brings us all back to Revelation 6:6 prophecy about needing a day’s worth of labor to pay for a quart of wheat. Think about inflation and this prophecy very carefully, there is an interconnectedness here that fits snugly into chaos theory.