By Aliana | Trinity Unchained | 18 Jun 2020

  “Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.” - Mayer Amschel Rothschild


A (very) brief & simple explanation of the monetary system


In 1910, the world’s financial elite secretly met on Jekyll Island to create a new central bank called The Federal Reserve system. The name implies that it is a government institution and would protect the U.S. monetary system through maintaining financial reserves.  In fact, neither is true.  The Federal Reserve is privately owned and the only thing that gives it value is people’s belief in it.


This central banking system is the brainchild of Mayer Amschel Rothschild.  The Rothschild’s, together with several other wealthy families, control the issuance of many currencies, regulate the money supply, and set interest rates.  Their system operates in just about every country in the world.  


Fractional reserve banking works by printing money and lending it to be repaid with interest.  Say for instance, 1 million dollars is printed and lent out at 1% interest ($10 000).  The debtor has to pay back $1 010 000, but only $1 000 000 was printed.  So where does the debtor get the extra $10 000?.  A loan from the same institution.  More money is printed with more debt attached to it, and a system of perpetual, increasing debt is created.  As a result physical assets of the debtors will flow to the creditors, leaving the debtors bankrupt.


The federal reserve can print as much money as they want.  Each time they print more money (inflate the money supply), the value of the existing money decreases, requiring more of the currency to purchase goods and services.  Inflation is not an increase in the price of goods (the price of goods have actually been relatively consistent over the past 100 years).  The dollar has lost 98% of its purchasing power since the federal reserve was instituted in 1913.  


Inflation acts as a hidden tax and robs people of their savings, just as when corporations issue new shares in their company.  The new shares only serve to dilute the value of existing shares. 


Few people are spiritually developed enough to hold a high position without being corrupted.  Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.  When given the chance to play god, people will abuse it.  


“Banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.” - Thomas Jefferson 




As if the above practices are not bad enough, the governments also takes a portion of the income earned by its citizens in exchange for basic services. If this exchange was voluntary there would be nothing wrong with it. But most people do not pay tax voluntarily. They do it because they think it's "just the way things are," and they fear the consequences of non-compliance, ie. imprisonment, physical harm, or having their assets taken away. Governments use the threat of violence to force people to comply. This is called coercion and extortion, and it’s immoral.


At a fundamental level, taxation is theft carried out under the threat of violence, regardless of what the taxes are used for.  It is clearly immoral to use force to take something someone else has worked for.   No person or group of people has the right to do this.  If no one has this right, then it can’t be delegated to someone else.


Governments granted this right to themselves by writing down on a piece of paper that they have the authority to forcibly confiscate wealth from other people.   All federal tax collection stems from a scribble of ink on a piece of paper.  And, as with money, the only thing that gives it power is people’s belief in it.


“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.“ - Henry Ford


Occult Aspects of money


The controllers want us to equate certain concepts with money.  They achieve this through the use of symbolism, words and colours.


The colour green, which is the colour used for money, represents balance, care & abundance. These are all qualities that people seek on a subconscious level, and are therefor drawn to things that have this colour. 


The money the Federal Reserve prints (dollars) is a fiat currency.  The word fiat means “by government decree.”  Useless paper is given it’s value by government forcing people to use it. “Fiat” is also Latin for “so be it”, or “let it be”.  It is the first word attributed to the God of creation in the bible.  God speaks the universe into existence with the words; “Fiat lux” (let there be light).  Similarly, our currency is simply spoken into existence by those who have taken the place of god in this world.


“Currency” is derived from the word “current” which means energy.  Energy is required for the continuation of life.  Money is being equated with flow, energy and current.  These are all the powers that belong to the Creator or Source from which we all emerged.  By injecting the concept of money into human consciousness the controllers have managed to equate the notion of money with the notion of the Creator.  


The word money if broken down consists of the prefix “mon”, which means one (mono), and the second part “ey”, which phonetically is pronounced “eye”.  The one eye symbol is also placed on the one dollar bill.  The symbol of the one eye represents the balanced point in the brain; harmony between the masculine and feminine hemispheres and an active pineal gland, or all seeing eye.  This is how we get in touch with the Creator through the process of enlightenment.


The controllers know this is what people desire on a subconscious level, and they want us to equate their illusory money with the concept of awakening the God consciousness within.  By putting this symbol on money, they give us a proxy instead of the real thing. 


The colors, symbols & words speak to our subconscious mind, and the only way to protect ourselves against this type of mind control is by becoming conscious of it.


Money is a method of control, whereby the controllers can manufacture the perception of scarcity and lack among people and societies.  It keeps people on the hamster wheel chasing the money god so they never find the true measure of success and wealth; spiritual evolution and freedom.


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Written by Aliana

Copy editing by Eric Cram

Based on work by Mark Passio

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