Why Money Is Worth More Than Life

sdIt is the great trap that has misled and conditioned people since the time of the Roman Empire. Prior to this people traded in goods and clay cylinders and tablets of ancient times verify that money was never used. The rise of coins was gradual and at first untrustworthy as merchants were used to dealing in exchange. Two sheep might have been worth one cow or a sack of barley, and these exchanges are recorded as such.

Only with the introduction of iron and complex alloys could money be minted and the first coins are primitive in design and some carried the king’s likeness while others might bear other images. ‘Exchange’ is the same as ‘X-change’ or ‘changed by the cross’ and that concept needs explaining.

Following my reincarnation and with a strong link to the Spirit of the Universe, the real God, it took me back in time to the origin of religion and the first crucifixion. It showed me the Mother God of Babylon and how it reigns supreme to this day. The identity of the two beasts of Revelation was also made known