Why Money Depletes Resources

fn10For hundreds of millions of years deposits within the earth resulted from the death of old forests, the movement of land, and the shifting of oceans. Bit by bit, layer after layer, plants, animals, and minerals have been positioned to form our world. Now, after only 200 or so years of industrialism it is being reshaped and depleted until it faces death through greed, over cultivation of the soil, extraction of resources, and the pumping of fossil fuel gasses into the atmosphere.

If you were God what would you say to humans standing before you and awaiting your judgment? Would you ask why metals are more important than breathing, or why electricity extracted from coal is more important than food? Perhaps you might ask why so many hate their grandchildren and the future that could have been but will never be because this generation didn’t care.

One thing reigns supreme over the man-made world of destruction – Money. If you were questioned by god, what would you say in return? Perhaps you would answer that without money you could not survive in a world that is dependent on it. You might say that the food in the jungles you are helping to cut down is not adequate for your taste. Then again you might argue that you need the electricity to see and the coal to keep warm.

But what if God reminds you that money has only been around for 2,000 years and that trade and commerce are the result of the second beast of Revelation, who is Constantine? You might then learn that it was he who invented the Catholic Church, Jesus Christ, and the economic system; that it was he who blinded and deafened you to the facts because he forced everyone to worship his gods.

Sometimes we need to reflect on these past events to understand where we are and why we are here. In my case I have an advantage because of memory of reincarnation and knowledge that we have all lived before. That wipes out the religious belief of heaven and hell, as well as devil, angels, and saints.

The spirit lives beyond the grave and is reborn some 7 times, according to Job 5:19-22. We are told that in the last days the graves will give up their dead in Isaiah 26:19. We are also told in Isaiah 45:4-8 that there is only one God and nothing or no one else. That means the Trinity, which was introduced by Constantine, does not exist.

Then why are we here and what is life about? Why do we suffer and lose loved ones? Why are things so hard to do and sometimes seem impossible? Why should we make an effort to be successful?

The answers are in the bible and there is one in prophecies are the explanations. A group called the Children of Israel are put through the fires of refinement to produce perfection at the end of the day. That time is now and they are blossoming with spiritual gifts that include miraculous healings and peace beyond knowing.

There is no judgment of anyone because we have all done what was required of us. Only the spiritual people are meant to survive the devastation that is coming and only God knows who they are.

While the rest continue to use money to deplete resources, pollute the environment, make wars, and cause hardship for many they are like the soil in which God’s plants have grown.

Money and Power

fn7If 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.