Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” ~ Rumi

By Catherine Austin Fitts

When I think of the 3rd Quarter of 2021, I think of those moments in which we could taste and savor our freedom.

However, the month of July started out sadly, with the news that longtime friend and ally Jason Bawden was dying. Jason had thought he was on the mend from cancer, but the stress of operating and then closing a new business and moving during the harsh lockdowns in Australia was too much, and Jason passed later in July. Because travel to Australia to say goodbye was out of the question, many of his allies helped the Solari team organize online and recorded goodbyes followed by an online celebration. Celebrating his life—with so many others he had touched—underscored Jason’s incredible contributions to me and the Solari intelligence networks. Jason was someone who was going to play a critical strategic role in our future. His passing was a reminder to treasure my friends and allies in the present.

August brought sailing on the IJsselmeer, the huge inland bay dyked off from the North Sea, in the double-masted clipper ship “dy Abt fan Starum.” Playwright and author CJ Hopkins who publishes The Consent Factory came from Berlin with Robert Cibis and his crew from OVALmedia to film a documentary patterned after the film My Dinner with Andre, except that it was to be breakfast, lunch, and dinner—three discussions with CJ on the state of our civilization—with the first meal being breakfast on the clipper ship. So, we loaded the film crew, video and audio equipment, drones, and friends of the family onto the ship, and off we went on a perfect summer’s day.

Also joining us was Solari general counsel Carolyn Betts, who had flown to the Netherlands to work with me on our theme for the 3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up: “Taxation: With or Without Representation.” Our taxes weave throughout our lives and economy. Finding a way to address the criminality in the system is no easy task. Meeting over many days made it possible for the two of us to work out how to lay out this critical topic in a way that would make it accessible to our intended audience of attorneys, bankers, motivated government officials, and taxpayers.

At our dinner at local restaurant Cafe Max, I asked CJ how he was able to see so skillfully into the heart of Mr. Global’s culture wars. He said, “I am a playwright. I create worlds in my imagination. That is what I do. So I understand it when Mr. Global does it.” For me, it was one of those unforgettable moments.

CJ anticipates that the documentary will be published in the first quarter of 2022. You will find the taxation piece in this 3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up.

One of the people who joined us for the four-day shoot with CJ and OVALmedia was photographer Hans de Vries. Famous in the world of fashion, Hans has now escaped Amsterdam to live in Stavoren, joining the Solari team as our official photographer. You will be seeing more of Han’s portraits at Solari.com, including our cover for the 2021 Annual Wrap Up—stay tuned!

One of the other great events of the quarter was the two-day Doctors for Covid Ethics Gold Standard Symposium in July. Over the last year, I have had the opportunity to work closely with this excellent group of doctors, scientists, and researchers primarily from Europe, North America, and Australia. The July Symposium included a section on the Going Direct Reset, which integrated the economic drivers into the overwhelming evidence showing that Covid laws and restrictions have no basis in science and medicine. Dr. Mark Skidmore, John Titus, Patrick Wood, and Richard Werner joined me for the economics section.

The Symposium was co-sponsored by UK Column in the United Kingdom, which did a terrific job. Publisher Brian Gerrish commented on a proposal by reporter Taylor Hudak—who leads communications for the Doctors for Covid Ethics—saying, “Let’s not call ourselves ‘alternative media.’ We are not alternative media, and they are not mainstream. We are the New Media. They are the Old Media.” It was a brilliant insight, affirmed by the corporate media’s crashing ratings.

Some of the greatest freedom-fighting moments of the 3rd Quarter were inspired by leaders of the New Media, as a powerful global syndicate of loosely cooperating publishers and journals emerged to lead us away from the Old Media and into an effective manner of dealing with the complex evil of tyranny while envisioning another way forward.

Robert Dupper and I attended two excellent conferences in the Netherlands—one sponsored by members of the New Media and the second well attended by them. The Solari Report published an interview on the New Media with Elze van Hamelen as well as a Special Solari Report with Whitney Webb of Unlimited Hangout.

I also published a special report with Leslie Manookian, founder of the Health Freedom Defense Fund, one of the U.S. litigation efforts organizing serious pushback against Covid mandates and restrictions. While Leslie would not necessarily consider herself a member of the media (she is the producer of the award-winning documentary The Greater Good), she and those at Children’s Health Defense have done the important job of using litigation to achieve critical disclosure—an essential part of the New Media’s efforts to bring transparency that supports each of us to take action.

While Carolyn and I were working on “Taxation,” I turned to Corey Lynn of Corey’s Digs to research and write an excellent four-part series on vaccine passports. My discussion with Corey was published as part of this 3rd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up. Because of the length of that important series, we will publish it for Print Subscribers in hard copy as a stand-alone booklet.

When you read John Titus’ excellent discussion of central bank digital currency (CBDC) in the 2nd Quarter 2021 Wrap Up in combination with Corey’s vaccine passport series, you start to see how a control grid is being built to snap into place to create complete central control. One religious leader from Slovenia has referred to it as turning our world into a “digital concentration camp”—a pretty accurate description.

What can we do? Refuse to go along. If enough people reject these passports in every possible way, they cannot go into operation.

Four Covid-19 forms—for family members, employees, students, and parents—were some of the most useful tools that we published in 2021 to help push back against the pressure to take Covid injections without full disclosure and informed consent. Throughout the 3rd Quarter, we continued to support these efforts by revising and updating the forms and republishing them in a more professional format. We were delighted to see groups around the world then revise, translate, and republish them for hundreds of other jurisdictions and in other languages. For those unable to afford or find attorneys to advise or represent them, the Covid-19 forms can make a difference.

During the 3rd Quarter, we launched two new series. The first was Spiritual Science Academy with Thomas H. Meyer. Thomas is writing and presenting a public series to provide an overview of Rudolf Steiner’s work. We have also gathered and made public the links to all our prior interviews with Thomas.

The second new series is called Metanoia, created and hosted by longtime ally and radio publisher and host Junious Ricardo Stanton. Metanoia is from the Ancient Greek word meaning “changing one’s mind” or “going beyond limited thinking or stultifying group thinking.” Junious is leading a conversation meant to encourage your personal growth and power—something his leadership skills uniquely qualify him to do.

Nina Heyn, culture scout and author of Solari’s Food for the Soul column, came to visit in Stavoren in September. Not content to let the 3rd Quarter end without one more beautiful day of sailing, we piled back onto the “dy Abt fan Starum” for a day with Nina and numerous friends and allies from Friesland and enjoyed listening to Nina’s reports on visiting Florence and some of the great museums of Europe.

Nina’s celebration of beauty forever reminds me of one of my favorite sayings: “Beauty is necessary for survival.” The English Romantic poets are one of the sources that has helped me to appreciate the power of beauty. I have always been particularly inspired by the success of the Romantics—Wordsworth, Shelley, Coleridge, Blake—in pushing back against the horrors of industrialization. Their contributions are a perfect example of what Dr. Joseph Farrell always teaches us—that we must “own the culture.” So, I was delighted during the 3rd Quarter when Jon Rappoport wrote a column celebrating William Blake. Jon joined me on the Solari Report for a celebration of Blake—one of my favorite interviews this year.

To see a World in a Grain of Sand 
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower 
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour”
~ William Blake, “Auguries of Innocence”

As the war between tyranny and liberty escalated on all fronts, the 3rd Quarter was rich with the connections and beauty that inspire us to fight for freedom. We continued to encourage more subscribers to join our Connect platform to meet and communicate with other subscribers in their area. In addition, we launched Solari Circles, a network of subscribers connecting locally to access and circulate actionable intelligence, beginning by forming a friendship, “so we can talk to each other and feel a common fellowship.” Solari Circles are an invitation to take a deep breath, create a safe place to rejuvenate, and evolve our knowledge base together, as we prepare ourselves with faith, strength, and resilience and build a civilization of cultivation.

The ongoing success of our “Cash Friday” campaign also fostered more connection in the 3rd Quarter; many subscribers reported great conversations with local businesses and bankers able to understand the power of taking steps to move away from the dangers of an all-digital financial transaction system.

Finally, we launched Cash + Coin, encouraging our subscribers to stop using online payment systems that are now seeking to review and fine websites for content they deem “inappropriate”; instead, subscribers can transfer funds by EFT, check, money order, or even by dropping off cash at the Hickory Valley Grocery Store. For 2022, we are offering a 3-month bonus added to your subscription if you make the switch. Please consider doing so rather than supporting online systems that seek to censor the intelligence that you choose. And a big thank you to the almost 500 subscribers who have already switched as of the end of 2021.

Whatever you do in 2022, USE CASH ON FRIDAYS, and every day if you can!

The Solari team and I have many people to thank for making the Solari Report great in the 3rd Quarter 2021.

Vanessa Biard-Schaeffer
In 2021, Vanessa continued her quarterly Solari series, Via Europa, covering European politics and culture and connecting trends in Europe and the United States.

Robert Dupper
Robert is Solari’s videographer, graphics guru, creative inspiration, and anchor in the Netherlands and the managing partner of Solari Europa. Robert and his family and their various friends and colleagues in the sailing, restaurant, and hotel business are the reason everyone who visits Stavoren has such an amazing experience.

Brad Eddins
Brad is Solari’s News Trends & Stories Wrap Up editor and does a yeoman’s job preparing that section of the Wrap Ups. Brad also manages the Take Action section at solari.com.

Bronwen Evans
Bronwen provides us with a much-needed eye on Southeast Asia that reflects extensive experience in global journalism, business and finance, and building local ecosystems.

Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
Joseph joins us for our quarterly News Trends & Stories analysis. There is simply nothing else like it. It was Joseph who persuaded me to expand our coverage of culture. It has made a life-giving difference. We also gather essential insights weekly from Joseph’s work at Giza Death Star.

Ulrike Granögger
Ulrike has been shifting our paradigms with the latest revelations in spiritual practice and science in her incredible workshops and the Solari Future Science Series, including “Medical Nanobots” (Part I and Part II) in the 2nd Quarter.

Matt Hale
Attorney Matt Hale has been helping me with questions in Ask Catherine as the technocratic thicket of laws and regulations grows. Matt also provides us with commentaries and Special Solari Reports on risks facing the U.S. legal system.

Nina Heyn
Nina continues to delight us with her Food for the Soul columns as she sleuths out great art, great museums, and great movies. Nina is now back on the road, with museum reports from New York, Poland, and Florence and more on Women Artists.

Pete Kennedy
As the host of the Solari Food Series, attorney Pete Kennedy has been helping us understand and support the farmers, legislators, and litigators who are protecting our right to grow and market fresh local food. Pete got Solari to the Rogue Food conferences this year and launched a series on “The War on Meat.”

Corey Lynn
As founder of Corey’s Digs, Corey Lynn is known for timely in-depth research. Corey took the lead on helping to draft the first employer and school disclosure forms for Covid-19 injections, produced great instructions on how to address your school board, and started her series on vaccine passports.

Najat Madry
Najat has now assumed leadership of our #CashFriday campaign. Will the world ever be the same? We are gratified to be getting daily reports from subscribers on their increased use of cash.

Thomas Meyer and Orsolya Győrffy
Thomas grasped my interest in Rudolf Steiner and my passion for the Story of Gideon and Chartres and has been educating and inspiring me about them ever since. We have now launched his Spiritual Science Academy at spiritualscience.solari.com.

Brigitte Mouchet
Brigitte inspires and educates us to maintain our strength and vitality in the Solari Wellness Series and assists us with our weekly content as writer, editor, and purveyor of good taste!

Rambus provides truly the best technical analysis anywhere for our quarterly Equity Overviews.

Jon Rappoport
Jon Rappoport’s decades of research and writing on health care and the use of the medical cartel to engineer central control have made it possible for us to “jump the curve” on pandemic propaganda.

Dr. Mark Skidmore
Mark continues his efforts to research the missing money and is now contributing to documenting some of the lies of Covid-19—it is some of the most original, fearless scholarship on the planet.

Junious Ricardo Stanton
A longtime friend and ally, Junious agreed to host and launched the Metanoia Series this quarter on the Solari Report.

John Titus
John is my co-host on our weekly Money & Markets reports. His analyses of the Going Direct Reset and CBDCs were both major contributions of 2021.

Hans de Vries
You can see Hans’ work at http://hansdevriesphotography.com. Get ready to see more in our People section in the Solari Wrap Ups starting with the 2021 Annual Wrap Up.

Jason Worth
Jason continued to provide highly capable insights on the financial markets and economy and joined me for the 3rd Quarter Equity Overview.

Most of all, the thanks of the entire Solari team go to our subscribers. You put the gas in our tank and provide the ideas, corrections, suggestions, questions, and inspiration that make the Solari Report go.

On behalf of the entire Solari team, I wish you the joys of possibility and accomplishment as we move forward, making the very most of the times and imagining our way to a free and inspired life.

Stavoren, Netherlands

December 20, 2021