Money and Power

If anyone wants to know why money was invented they need to look at the power that it generates. Politically it is the mainstay of governments while religiously it has grown gods and made their organisations indispensable. So where does it fit into the scheme of human behaviour and why is it at the root of the World Order? One could may assume that something other than an invented commodity would fit that role so why doesn’t it?

When humans took to a sedentary life and gave up wandering the forests and taking their food from the land, as God originally intended, they had time to think about other things. In the depositions of their living areas archaeologist have uncovered tales of their development from what might be termed primitive living to the more sophisticated trade deals and exchange of goods.

Other things crop up as well and chief among them is the religious side of life and the sacred sites where they imprinted their feelings and beliefs on items in art form. Over time the images became ever more lifelike and their meanings clearer. It was there where my research discovered the power.

It came first in the form of an exchange between humanity and the Sun-God. This unmistakable giving of life for prosperity permeates the ancient world and mysterious sites, like Stonehenge in England, or the temples of the Maya in Mexico. They stand as fortresses of power holding a code within that is only now interpretable.

My reincarnation and evidence that there is no heaven or hell is behind my ability to look at these sites from a different perspective and without the religious bias to better understand their meaning. It is a fact that the ancients were desperate to communicate with the sun and they worked out ways to do that. One way was to send a man up riding the cross as a kite to mate with the Mother God. This is shown in rock art in Nordic regions, such as Ostergotland (star of god’s land).

Dispersed light creates rings of seven colours, the same as the rainbow, and the number for ‘her’ is ‘seven’. The man is number 8 and multiplied together 7×8 is 56, the number of holes in the outer circle of Stonehenge. Both these numbers are linked to ancient beliefs that carry over into modern religious practices.

There are 7 candles on the altar of Christian churches, and 7 lights in the normal Jewish menorah, and so on. There are also 7 days of the week and 3×7 is 21, another mystical number. The 3 represents the ancient trinity of Mother God, sun and light.

Stonehenge displays the practice of exchanging god-men on crosses for fertility of the earth. The core of the site is the horse-shoe shape enclosed by the trilithons, made of 2 upright stones with a cap supporting them are the top. The ‘horse’ features prominently in ancient rituals and the white horse was etched out of the underlying chalk in several places in both Britain and Europe.

In time the use of circles as a symbol of exchange gave rise to the coins that were imprinted with the king’s head because he was supposedly the one married to the sun. The magic of handing over his image in exchange for goods took hold and gave rise to the monetary system. It was enhanced by Constantine, who established the Catholic Church in the year 325. He is also the one who organised the system of commerce that is still in play.

The circle with cross symbol is found in and around many sites on every inhabited continent and the first coins were of the same symbol. Later the king’s head was put inside the circle to suggest he is the thing that is the metaphor of the exchange. It provided extra power to the money, while that term comes from ‘moni’ or ‘man in the eye.’

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Power of Illusion, Illusion of Power

In my last articles I pointed out the fatal flaws of the current ruling paradigm; the paradigm of materialism rooted in dualistic thinking. Materialism not only fails to explain many essential aspects of our reality, but its logical structure also fails.

Materialism fails to explain past life recall, reincarnation, near death experience, telepathy, telekinesis and so forth… even though evidence for all these phenomena is well documented and statistically unassailable. Materialism fails to explain the origin of life on Earth, speciation, consciousness… and yet science is holding on to this false belief system, this illusion, seemingly at all cost.

Materialism also fails by internal logic; matter, considered fundamental by materialism, is convertible into energy and energy into matter. Nuclear energy and particle accelerators do this conversion every day, without doubt. If matter were truly fundamental, the ultimate basis of all existence, this conversion could not happen.

For matter to be converted into energy and for energy to be converted into matter there must be a common functioning principle through which the conversion occurs… and the CFP of matter/energy must by definition be more fundamental than either matter or energy. Matter and energy are the flip sides of a more fundamental CFP, whatever it may be.

The power of illusionary belief is immense; mainstream science is constrained by false belief, by illusion. The dogmas of materialist science are rooted in illusion; no evidence showing the failure of the prevailing paradigm or illusion is examined or even admitted to exist. The taboo against such investigation is too powerful for all but a few mavericks who investigate reality in spite of mainstream dogma.

History is filled with examples of the power of illusion; when the illusion that the Earth is flat prevailed, voyagers were afraid to travel out to sea because they would ‘fall off the edge’. When Galileo showed that the Earth is not at the center of the universe, the powers that be… in his case cardinals of the Catholic Church… refused to look through his telescope. Looking at the evidence was forbidden by taboo. Looking and seeing would have been an admission that their beliefs, aka illusions, were wrong.

Eventually all illusion is shattered; once the illusion of a flat earth vanished, sailors crossed the seas without any fear of ‘falling off the edge’. Once the illusion that the Earth is at the center of the universe vanished, science and cosmology progressed without hindrance.

The biggest illusion of all is the illusion of power. Specifically, real power is conflated with illusion of power. The US military is arguably the most powerful in the world. The destructive power inherent in the myriad guns, bullets, rockets, and bombs this military commands is beyond doubt. The illusion lies in the belief that a single man, the Commander in Chief, controls this awful power. The illusion is that hundreds of thousands of humans acts at the whim of one person; that the ‘chain of command’ represents real power.

The chain of command is an illusion, and has power only if and as long as the illusion remains intact. Mutinies, military stand-downs, revolutions, civil wars are all examples of shattered illusion. Once shattered, illusion loses power. Such is the fate of all illusion, even if extraordinary efforts are made by TPTB to maintain an illusion.

In the Soviet military, once considered the second greatest power on Earth, communist ‘commissars’ accompanied the troops… to make sure that orders were obeyed, that the illusions of Communism were upheld, at the pain of death. Indoctrination, brainwashing, threats are used to maintain the status quo, the ruling illusion… but eventually the illusion shatters, and the power of the illusion vanishes.

At this very moment in history we are witnessing the destruction and imminent breakup of the power of a major illusion. Ebola is a horrific affliction but it brings another illusion to the forefront. If Ebola truly goes ‘viral’, the illusion of the power of mainstream medicine will be shattered at a wondrous pace.

In a recent interview, an American doctor gave away the illusion, by pointing to its heart. Many other doctors see the truth, see through the illusion… see truth that is being withheld by ‘the powers that be’, with the excuse that ‘we must act to prevent panic’.

Another American doctor, just back from Sierra Leone, has shown that Ebola can be cured by a simple method of blood treatment using ozone. The ozonation of blood kills the Ebola virus, and helps to regulate the immune system. Immune system over reaction to viral invasion seems to be the proximate cause of symptoms and death; Ebola is an autoimmune disease.

The powers that be refuse to allow ozone treatment… because it is taboo, because it violates the current illusion that vaccination is the answer… and to be brutally frank; there is no wealth to be made using ozone therapy. Ozone is dirt cheap, vaccines are lucrative.

The reality is that ozone treatment is forbidden… at the pain of a doctor losing his license to practice. But this ‘license to practice’ is just a piece of paper. Who cares about a piece of paper if nasty, immanent death threatens? Even though many doctors still obey, others are ready to shatter the paradigm in spite of threats by ‘TPTB’. The threat of death by Ebola is stronger than the threat of losing the piece of paper.

Real power lies in the power to cure, not in the piece of paper. As the truth emerges that a cheap, safe, easy method to cure the horror of Ebola exists, and that some doctors are using this method to save lives, the power of truth will easily overcome illusion. The power of the medical establishment will shatter and scatter like chaff in the wind.

This brings us full circle to the most insidious, destructive illusion of all; the illusion that Government issued paper with numbers printed on it is money. This pernicious illusion underlies the power to control and manipulate the world economy to the benefit of the perpetrators, at the expense of the rest of humanity, the victims.

Enormous power lies in the illusion of Fiat ‘money’… but like all illusion, is subject to being shattered by truth. Once the illusion of the ‘faith and credit’ that purportedly backs Fiat currencies is destroyed, a new era of real money will emerge. Real money, Gold; not paper notes borrowed into existence without limit. Truth will replace the illusion and lies of Fiat.

Just as the power of a gun is real, but the power to command where the gun is aimed is an illusion, just as the power to cure disease is real but the license to cure is an illusion… so the power of Gold to extinguish debt is real but the power of Fiat is illusion.

Rudy J. Fritsch was born in Hungary in 1947, and fled Socialist tyranny during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. His family had lived through WWII and the consequent Hungarian hyperinflation, thus he has intimate experience with monetary destruction.

A student of Austrian economics, he is Honorary Chairman of Fekete Research and holds a Masters Degree in monetary science from the New Austrian School of Economics.

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