Author : Zarlenga Stephen
Title : The lost science of money The mythology of money,The story of power
Year : 2002
Link download : Zarlenga_Stephen_-_The_lost_science_of_money.zip
Preface. The final words of our last chapter were written on Labor Day at Oak Street Beach in Chicago. A week later on September 11, 2001, New York's World Trade Center was attacked. That event, the world has been repeatedly told, "changed everything." To the author, however, rather than a changed world, it seemed more a case of our gaining a greater realization or understanding of what the world had already been allowed to become. But since the book hadn't gone to the printer, as the illustrations were still being assembled, there was the opportunity to see if indeed changes were called for. We added a few notations in the Introduction, also in the section on Islamic monetary traditions, and the new European Monetary System. Several paragraphs were added to the reform proposals in Chapter 24, to analyze some of the dangers the attacks pose for temporary interference with our Bill of Rights and our constitutional Republic, and thus the prospects for monetary reform. The events of September 11th, and the potential for further attack, do not alter the book's thesis, or monetary concepts and history presented. Rather, those horrendous, inhuman acts and threats show all the more strongly the pressing need for security, which can only be brought about through a strong long term commitment to justice. And that includes - even depends on - a just monetary system. The matters we discuss in this book have direct impact not only on our daily lives, but on the direction our civilization will take. That can still be in our hands, if we choose to make it so. ...