Money is an amazing phenomenon that allowed the world to develop into the tragic and disastrous state it is in today. Money is an invention designed for power and control and its origin is in the Islamic practice of crucifixion of god-men. These Avatars were to rise to heaven to marry Mary, the Mother God of that region. Her symbols include the sun-star depicted on the flag of Islam and the five-pointed star that sits over the systems that comprise the World Order as well as the cross.
Following my reincarnation and with a strong link to the Spirit of the Universe, the only real God (Isaiah 45:4-8) it commissioned me to tear down the wall of blindness and bring in the harvest. We are in the last days and the Internet is the Mountain of God promised to appear at this time to spread the truth over the world (Micah 4:1).
It was foretold that God will speak through the voice of a woman (Isaiah 42:14) to address a huge controversy (Jeremiah 25:31,33). She is called the daughter of Zion (Micah 4:8,10) and it is she who will expose the work of the 2 beasts of Revelation 11:3ff (Jeremiah 31:22).
The wall was built by the first beast of Revelation 13 and it comprises the blind and deaf effects of religion (Isaiah 29:10-12). It was a condition set by God to hide the truth (Job 12:5ff) and money is designed to enhance its effects.
Mary is the first beast and it was ‘she’ whom men thought they could ‘marry’ by dying on crosses at dawn. This would allow them to rise with the sun into the heaven where they would supposedly live forever. It gave them the notion that they are made in the image of God, that is as a star, and that on death that part of them, the ‘sol’ (sun) would be released.
The other aspect of their sacrifice was to exchange their lives for more fertility on the earth. This is the origin of the ‘man in the eye’ or ‘mon-eye’ which is the origin of ‘money’. The stiff corpse or ‘dol’ is interpreted as ‘feed circle of god’ and the flesh of the god-man was eaten to imbibe his spirit. It’s the origin of the communion service in Christian religions.
He was also the ‘b-el’ or ‘b-a-el’ which is ‘bearer of the power of God’ which is noted in prophecy as the ‘lord of the day’ (Amos 2:5). From ‘ba-el’ came ‘bull’ and exchanging him for goods gave rise to ‘bullion’; the unit of monetary exchange.