History of Money. Is Bitcoin a Trap? Is History Wrong on Human Origins?

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Source: Veritas Radio
Published on Feb 22, 2018

This portion is being provided as a courtesy from Veritas Radio.

 

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S y n o p s i s

What is the history of money? Is there a better way? Communism and socialism are not the answer, as evidenced by so many failed experiments like the former Soviet Union, Cuba, and Venezuela, just to name a few. Our guest is of the opinion that capitalism is not working either. Could we learn from the ancient ones in order to bring about a system that renders money useless, but that uses the exchange of energy by the people instead? Why is history wrong on human origins? Does ancient technology give us a new perspective on the Anunnaki? What is the nature of reality? What is the scientific agenda? Have you seen mountains with a flat top? Think of Devils Tower in Wyoming. Could these have been giant trees cut with ancient technology (sasers – (sound amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) in order to mine monoatomic gold? (think of the movie Avatar). These are some of the topics being discussed on this Veritas installment.

 

Michael Tellinger’s book, UBUNTU Contributionism, is available on Amazon.

Michael Tellinger, is an author of six books, scientist and explorer, who has become a real-life Indiana Jones, making ground-breaking discoveries about advanced vanished civilizations at the southern tip of Africa. His continued efforts and analytical scientific approach have produced stunning new evidence that will force us to rethink our origins and rewrite our history books.

Michael is the founder of the global UBUNTU Liberation Movement of higher consciousness and author of UBUNTU Contributionism, which details the history of money and offers alternatives to living under it’s control.

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