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Entry Submitted Anonymously at 8:37 PM EDT on September 3, 2016
Went to Wells Fargo today to have a Pre RV faith test. Talked to a banker about Zim and he nearly swallowed his throat when I told how much Zim I had. He said that they could currently exchange currency such as Zim, dinar, and dong as the regions are exactly stable he explained. I could feel the nervousness and slight anxiety about his answers but I been doing alot of work tuning in, doing my pillar and grounding as taught by the company of heaven, and remember all that has been told to us over the last few years, months, weeks, days, hours and knew that god is with me and running this show. No matter what banker teller says in Lehi, UT there is a much bigger picture than what he knows or is allowed to say at the moment. " Even though those counties may "destabilized" right now, there has been alot of movement in the world and Iraq has signed many laws that will help the country. Plus the reevaluation is happening soon." I said. He nodded his and asked again how much ZIM I had. I told him. " That's gonna be heavy." said the banker. We are all in for the surprise in our lives!!! Keep the faith everyone. This is gonna be heavy and so our pockets but definitely not our hearts.
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