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Money: Past, Present, Future
Luncheon and Talk — June 25th, Noon, Coolfont Resort
We are starting a new group get-together over a meal that will include a “mini” talk. These will be brief discussions on topics that may be helpful for the transition to the new space on our horizon. Join us for our next gathering, noon, June 25th, at Coolfont Resort, in Berkeley Springs, WV. Jason Glassey will be speaking about “Money: Past, Present, and Future.”
Have you ever wondered where our money comes from, what gives it value, and how the Federal Reserve Banking System works?
Over 99% of the population has no clue.
“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
In this information packed seminar, by Jason P. Glassey, we will explore the history of money, from ancient times up to today, as well as some possibilities of where we may be headed in the near future.
You will learn about the use of gold and silver as money, how we transitioned into a world of unbacked paper fiat currency, after the creation of the Federal Reserve, and how unscrupulous bankers and government officials have rigged the system against it’s citizens for thousands of years.
What is happening today is not new, the fraud has merely been expanded to an epic, global scale.
You will also learn what you can do about it and how to protect yourself from worsening inflation.
In the final segment, we will learn about alternative currencies and new emerging technologies in the crypto space, that may offer great benefits to humanity, if they can remain private and decentralized.
Some collectors coins and other historic artifacts will be on display to help bring the story to life.
This will be presented in a fun manner, explained in layman’s terms, so it is entertaining and easy to understand. You won’t want to miss this one!
Jason is a self-educated independent researcher, and long time sound money advocate, who has studied the Global banking system for over two decades. He currently resides in West Virginia.