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  1. #61

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    "I can't. I don't know what it is, but I do know what it is not. I can say that it has not been accurately described since the advent of Christianity, as every time that someone has said, "That's the mark of the beast!", they were wrong. For 1500 years, give or take."

    "The next person to call it out may be right, but if we go by the statistics, they'll probably be wrong."

    I realize this is getting a bit off topic, so this is my last post about it.
    Here it is Dave. Revelation 13:17. It can't be stated any more clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truth1253 View Post
    Everyone is right, but it’s still hard to believe that one day a child will say the words, “What was money?”
    I don't think that will be the question but you never know until it actually happens.

    I hear the child saying something more like:
    What did you use for money?

    Don't let the narrow minded bankers fool you into accepting that ONLY their printed/minted tokens are the only money on earth!

    "MONEY" can literally be anything that YOU hold valuable.
    As an example, cigarettes were used as money, by GI's, in a few wars.

    "MONEY" is only a tool:
    A tool used to exchange value, between two individuals.
    The best expose on money that I've ever read is called The Creature From Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin.

    I suggest anybody interested in money read that book. It's a real eye opener for those that don't understand the underlying operations of bankers.

    I'll finish this post with a quote from Thomas Jefferson:
    "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered.... I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.... The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs."
    And we are, and have been for years, watching this very warning come to the light.
    Last edited by AurumHunter024; Aug 24, 2018 at 12:31 PM.
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  3. #63
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Rishar View Post
    I can't. I don't know what it is, but I do know what it is not. I can say that it has not been accurately described since the advent of Christianity, as every time that someone has said, "That's the mark of the beast!", they were wrong. For 1500 years, give or take.

    The next person to call it out may be right, but if we go by the statistics, they'll probably be wrong.
    Could it be the Socialist Security Number that is illegal to be used as ID but is anyway?
    Most Americans are "Right hand"ed and they can recite their SSN from memory (forehead)...
    I'm sure most other developed nations have a similar system to track their tax payers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Duckshot View Post
    I said that to myself just the other day.

    What money was is stuff with intristic value. What money is now is debt.

    The thing about using debt for money is that there will always be more debt than dollar bills used to pay debt. Otherwise you would be broke as opposed to being in debt.

    "In debt" is the way they like you.
    Isn't a "NOTE" an evidence of a DEBT?

  4. #64

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsignal888 View Post
    With the advancement of smart phones, it will eventually become a cashless society. In the future no more coins will be minted, meaning at one point in the future history, coins will stop at a certain time by future metal detectorist.

    What are your thoughts on this reality?
    will need a bitcoin detector 😀

  5. #65
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    will need a bitcoin detector


    I'm sure they'd ring up under 40, since they're about as valuable as an oxen shoe...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeBirdTim View Post
    Correct, so until we all agree that Bitcoin has actual worth (which will never happen), it's just a Ponzi scheme.
    I'd argue that it does have actual worth. Hell, you yourself mentioned $6k earlier in this very thread. Where did you get that figure from, and what does it imply?

    Quote Originally Posted by Muddyhandz View Post
    I already left society before and will leave again but I don't have to explain that to "Some stranger on the internet."
    Yet you felt the need to mention it to multiple strangers on the internet. We're only discussing it because you brought it up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Muddyhandz View Post
    Didn't bring up my post count to compete with you as I wasn't even looking at your post count.
    Neither was I, until you raised the subject.

    Quote Originally Posted by Muddyhandz View Post
    You may want a cashless society and for simple math to be scrapped from schools but the bottom line here on a metal detecting forum is this......

    We don't want to see coins eliminated! We enjoy going out and finding them and at the end of the day do you know what we do?
    Did I ever say that I wanted a cashless society? I merely stated that it's on the way. (In fact, it's mostly already here.) I then explained why. I also went on to make a case for when cashless transactions make a lot more sense than cash does, and some others provided examples of when cash makes more sense. To be honest, I'm fine with where we're at right now. Consumers have multiple options for buying things, depending on the specific conditions of the sale and what they're comfortable with. I don't think that it's going to stay like this forever though.

    As a metal detectorist, I'd actually like to see more coins in circulation, not less. And I'd like to see coins with higher denominations in circulation - not just because of my hobby, but also because it would save the government money. That's why I went on my little rant earlier about $1 coins.

    Quote Originally Posted by T.C. View Post
    I realize this is getting a bit off topic, so this is my last post about it.
    What specifically is "the mark?" There seems to be some confusion about it, even on this very thread. See below.

    Quote Originally Posted by AurumHunter024 View Post
    Could it be the Socialist Security Number that is illegal to be used as ID but is anyway?
    No, it couldn't be. According to T.C. and the Bible, you are not allowed to buy or sell without the mark. Is a SSN required to buy or sell things?
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  7. #67
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    Hi, Australia stopped using 1 & 2 cent pieces 30 years ago and at the same time brought 1 & 2 dollar coins . The banking sector is bound by different laws to you and is accountable under the law . Most people use internet banking and cash. My state has a cashless public transport system for a decade. No queues no waitiing. Most places of business has all options . Sometimes there can be system problem but only for about hour.Smart phone is rather banking while mobile as too home pc or bank which is stationary . I like having options and my clad finds from metal detecting is quite good. The national debt is 19% to GDP. Something must be working right Tp
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  8. #68
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    I'd argue that it does have actual worth. Hell, you yourself mentioned $6k earlier in this very thread. Where did you get that figure from, and what does it imply?
    It implies that there's a sucker born every minute...

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    Wether or not we can find modern money in the future or not who cares? The stuff is made of junk metal with no value!!! Give me that ting of solid silver or the gleam of gold anyday
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daryn View Post
    Wether or not we can find modern money in the future or not who cares? The stuff is made of junk metal with no value!!! Give me that ting of solid silver or the gleam of gold anyday
    Or platinum!


    We are not what we take, we are what we leave.

  11. #71

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    Read the Bible about a curenncy.

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  13. #73
    What a great reason to bury all my goodies, my detectors, get my head frozen when I kick off, get it reattached in 100 or 200 yrs then come back and dig it all up! lol yea right
    Jon
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  14. #74
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    Not only cashless but no cashiers either. Amazon will have stores in some airports that you credit card deducts what you take out the store as you walk out. Download their app and you are in the system. They will have at least 2 in early 2019.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptnJohn View Post
    Not only cashless but no cashiers either. Amazon will have stores in some airports that you credit card deducts what you take out the store as you walk out. Download their app and you are in the system. They will have at least 2 in early 2019.
    No thank you please.
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