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Shari Arison on "How to stop worry and start living"

Last updated: June 22, 2009

June 21, 2009


Shari Arison interview on Channel Two is making rounds over the web. This is how Reuters is reporting it:

"For many years I've received messages, you could call them transmissions or messages. I see many things before they happen," Arison said in an interview with Israel's Channel Two broadcast late on Saturday.

"Apparently I got this gift to see ahead of time, not in order to run and buy and sell to make more money but to lead the world elsewhere."

The Israeli-American Arison, along with her brother, inherited billions from her late father Ted Arison, who founded Carnival Corp (CCL.N), the world's biggest cruise ship operator. She is the controlling shareholder in Bank Hapoalim (POLI.TA) and also controls Housing and Construction HUCN.TA, Israel's biggest construction company.

Source: Reuters

Of course, once again Israeli message is deliberately and maliciously distorted by the international media. What Shari was basically saying is that, when you have such a gift, all you have to do is to use it to pick up a right daddy and then you will no longer have "to run and buy and sell to make more money" for the rest of your life. You will be free to lead the world "elsewhere".

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June 22, 2009

Bank Hapoalim shares plunged as stunned investors were voting with their feet betraying deep seated mistrust of the managerial skills of the genies and spirits now in control of Israel's largest bank (Why can't we all just, you know?? get along?)

"There are many people who get messages in this world. With me it works either through a picture, a word or in my sleep, all kinds of ways," Shari said.

"I receive them directly from above," she added, gesturing with her hands.

Spiritually disinclined individuals usually pick their clues from more mundane sources, something the style of Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

The Shari effect (Bank Hapoalim shares this morning)



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