(Each Card in this image is a 5g Gold Bar)

“One Ounce equals 28.3495 grams. So, essentially, if you STACK 5 grams at a time, all you’ll need are ‘6’ of these 5g bars to collect a little over 1 oz.

Each ounce of Gold is worth now $1799. Four years ago, gold was worth just below $1300 per ounce…

And (guess what) you can also collect these gold bars, one gram at a time. In this decreased denomination, just keep on stacking! It just might take a little longer to collect a whole ounce. But it doesn’t even matter, you are still stacking!!! Just know that all you need to collect, when you are focusing on one gram at a time to making a whole ounce, are 29 grams of these gold bars.

Do you see how Gold could prove to being a beneficial long-term Savings Plan, no matter what the cost? Just keep on STACKING and Dollar-Cost-Averaging. Gold is real Money: The True Currency of Kings and Queens! – And (look) we haven’t even started talking about SILVER!

Silver is another BEAST, in-and-of-itself! When you have Gold, there is always Silver following right behind it. Ya’ can’t have one without the other! Just wait for it – and Get Ready for the grand introduction of the New Gold-Backed Standard… COMING SOON TO A NESARA NEAR YOU!” ~Amaru Muru

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Amaru Muru is a Registered Nurse, specializing in Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Recovery, and is a proud Veteran of the United States Air Force (Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield). Aramu is also a podcaster, an author, an alternative thinker, a controversial theorist, prolific writer, blogger, an ancient archeology and cryptocurrency enthusiast, and the executive producer and founder of one of the most highly-esteemed podcast radio networks on planet earth today!

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