Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change - Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
430 Pages
Reviewed on 01/22/2020
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Author Biography

Professor Oscar J Realmsworth throughout his life, is known to walk into a chaotic situation and bring clarity through practical wisdom. His incredible gift of discernment allows him to understand and focus on the root of a problem rather than just the symptoms, in order to bring positive change and lasting solutions.
He is truly a philosopher and a futurist with great insight, who cares equally about the planet and his fellow human beings, and has deep compassion for the factors that challenge the human condition.

Oscar loves all people, all species of nature and all of earth, and really loves the business of wealth.
His goal is to see everything prosper in its own right and habitat with all species prospering and growing in health and wealth in co-dependence and with interdependency, based on the well-being of all and the replenishment of the host earth.

Oscar knows that this love will propel humans into interplanetary travel in the near future and also intergalactic travel much further ahead—the caveat being though, ‘if we survive our current uncivilised destruction of our host earth and our barbaric treatment and abuse of nature and ourselves!’

He believes this book will be a wakeup call for some, a work in progress for others, and a shock for many, as they are challenged to take stock of an abused and dying earth and a weakening failing mother nature, suffering under the breathtaking abuse of her guests and their children, called ‘humans’!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Asher Syed for Readers' Favorite

Spidergate: Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change - Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth by Professor Oscar J Realmsworth is a non-fiction book that comfortably wraps up the subjects of ecology, finance, and politics in a single comprehensive guide. It is, in essence, written to the people of earth (human friends), as a love letter to the planet, a mild berating of what we've done to it, how we got to this point, and the changes that must occur for it to be rectified (as best it can). At the heart of this is wealth, which is absolutely not to be confused with money. The book is written from the quasi-point of view of Spider Spider who over eight chapters shows us the error of our ways...the monetization and capitalization of every conceivable resource on earth to the detriment of society and our planet, as a whole.

It took me about a minute to figure out what Spidergate was actually about, but once the ball was rolling it was full speed ahead. Professor Oscar J Realmsworth writes with an in-depth understanding narrated in a way that quickly connects with the reader. There are some genuine eye-opening moments within the text, a standout to me being section 44 entitled Unmasking the Thief Within. It forces personal reflection and follows it up with a self-test before rounding it all out with a poignant thought. “You see it is not just your life that is vulnerable or in jeopardy—it involves everyone linked to you...” The book is a dichotomy of inspiration and discomfort, but one that must be read as so much of it is not only timely and relevant but entirely crucial.

K.C. Finn

Spidergate: Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change – Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth is a work of non-fiction centered around finance in the wake of the changing world, and was penned by Professor Oscar J Realmsworth. As global business shifts because of the advent of climate change and the measures we need to take globally to combat it, the author sees an opportunity to redefine personal wealth at the same time as doing something good for the planet. Using the metaphor of a spider’s web to explain the scope and plan, Realmsworth takes his readers through unique insights into the new ideology of wealth away from the Government of Money.

Big business and global wealth from industry are two of the most damaging factors to the environment, and author Oscar J Realmsworth has picked up on this key concept of greed and money-mindedness in this frank and demonstrative work of non-fiction. He explains his position very well, coming at the ideology from a direct angle and breaking it open in simple, well-explained terms that allow all readers to understand the damaging mindset of the current business model globally. The reasoning behind making changes and breaking away from this mindset is heartfelt in its narration and inspiring in the ways in which Realmsworth explains that we can take pride in contributing to the health of our planet and our wealth as a species. Overall, Spidergate: Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change – Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth is an essential read for one and all in today’s world.

Rabia Tanveer

Spidergate: Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change - Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth by Professor Oscar J Realmsworth is a book on how we as consumers are quickly destroying the earth. While we are looking at material possessions and trying to get as much wealth as we can, the earth is slowly slipping away from us. Humans are losing their purpose as the meaning behind money and power has become synonymous. The consumerist behavior of us as a global community is destroying our planet and if we don’t do something about it, there might be nothing left to save. Our greed for money makes us exploit the best that the earth offers us, be it the natural resources or the species that live on this planet. Unless we make a conscious effort to stop this abuse, the health of our world will continue to deteriorate.

Sooner than we can realize, the earth will perish for what we did for it and there will be nothing left for the future generations. Spidergate is not just about making you see how important earth is; it is also about finding the harmony between exploiting and using. As Professor Oscar J Realmsworth mentions, the line between a user and an abuser is very thin and we as a community have to work together to stop this exploitation. The author uses his knowledge and his voice as a call to action for everyone who wants to save this planet for our future generations. The narrative is easy to understand, the flow is great, but what is even better is the fact that the author made his knowledge accessible to all. Personal wealth is a relative topic, yet the way the author has described it makes it approachable and understandable. He breaks down the concept and explains it very carefully and deeply one step at a time.

Ruffina Oserio

Spidergate: Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change - Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth by Professor Oscar J Realmsworth contains a compelling and timely message, evocative and highly prophetic in nature. In this book, the author explores how our greed — our infinite thirst for wealth and money — has lead us to action that is destructive to nature and to the earth. Written at a time when the question of global warming and environmental crisis is at the forefront of discussions, this book shows how our quest for wealth is misleading and how it endangers the health of the earth. It uncovers the erroneous idea of wealth and discusses cultural and social trends that make the human race — who should be custodians of the earth — enemies of nature.

In Spidergate, readers will learn how to break free from the mentality that makes them buy into a destructive system. The book proposes a path to an inner transformation that completely changes the way we look at the world and our role in it and offers insights on how to take responsibility in making the world a better place. At the heart of Spidergate is a strong message of inner freedom and tips on how to break free from the shackles that rob us of our nature. The theme is brilliantly articulated and in language that is accessible and enjoyable. Professor Oscar J Realmsworth engages the reader in honest conversation and speaks straight to their heart. This book is something everyone should read because it involves the world in which we live and how to make it better. We can only treat the world better in the measure that we allow our attitudes of mind to change. A powerful book with strong psychological and sociological hints.

Romuald Dzemo

In Spidergate: Worldwide Fiscal Climate Change - Rising Oceans of Debt or Ways to Wealth, Professor Oscar J Realmsworth establishes a powerful link between the human pursuit of wealth and money and the destruction of the earth, which has been systematic. It is easy to see that the environmental crisis can be linked to human greed, but this book spells it out in a way that readers can understand how our attitude towards money, or at least, the attitude of some powerful people, has led this crisis. The author examines the unhealthy side of money and wealth and helps readers see how these don’t help humanity to grow and how these issues put a select few in the position to hurt the earth. What makes Spidergate a great book is the path it proposes to healing the earth and building a better world for future generations.

Spidergate is a book with a prophetic and timely message for contemporary readers. In this book, readers will understand how they have been systematically wired to pursue wealth for the wrong reasons and to forfeit that which truly matters for a promise that has no foundation. Humanity has been trapped in a lie that puts government money above everything and that proposes the wrong idea of wealth. Professor Oscar J Realmsworth teaches readers what real wealth means and how to break free from the mental prison they have been locked in. The path he proposes to save the earth is liberating and calls humanity to rediscover their place on the planet. This book should be read by everyone, as it invites readers into frank and honest conversations about the fate of the earth. Written in a reader-friendly style, this book proposes a way to redeeming our dying planet.