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By OMTimes Magazine

Rise Above the Tension of Money

The Tension of Money: Each of us has a different relationship with money. Some have plenty, others struggle, others find it hard to receive, have a hard time giving or live in fear there is not enough. Money, however, is just energy. One of its important aptitudes is that it flows freely.

Our existence adversely depends on a financial system that makes a profit by controlling the free movement of money. It functions on shortcoming and gains from the flow of money via debts, interest, and investments.

10 Banknotes From Around the World & Their Security Features
Jeff Desjardins June 18, 2018 

The history of counterfeiting is almost as extensive as the history of money itself.

It’s said that even the first electrum coins in Lydia were regularly faked, and coming across counterfeit coins in Ancient Rome was a daily occurrence. Roman Emperors, like other rulers, also famously did their own counterfeiting, debasing the metal in coins and trying to pass them off as having higher value.

The problem of funny money remained an issue for society even thousands of years later. For example, at the start of the U.S. Civil War in 1861 – when banks still issued their own currencies – it was estimated that half of the banknotes in circulation were forgeries.

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Bruce: Welcome Everybody, to the Big Call tonight. Let’s talk a little bit where we are now. I want you to realize when I bring you some information most of it is based on what has occurred even in the last couple of days or even today.

Most of the time Intel comes in throughout the day to me on a regular basis. Today was a little bit different. We got a little bit of information this morning and around lunchtime, around 2:00pm to 2:30pm we got some. Then that was it for the rest of the evening so far.

That is a little unusual. There is sort of a quiet out there right now, but we are able to glean some information from what we are hearing. It is always different. Notice most of what I bring is different from anybody else out there. It is because my sources are different.

That just speaks to the variety of people and the type of people we have fortunately that can bring information to me, and that is kind of why.