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"Zim Denomination Exchange" - Guest Post by Anxious to Begin

Entry Submitted by Anxious to Begin at 12:43 PM EST on December 19, 2016

I was told by my source of intuition, that the Bankers wanted the 100 T notes, for the higher negotiated rates the Bankers would offer. I was always under the impression that they would include lower denominations as well and would consider the lower denominations in the rates that they would offer. Our Zim currency is a bond and must be redeemed at the printed value on the notes at the point of exchange so, any denomination will eventually be redeemed at the exchange value. Therefore, gifted currency, etc., would have exchange value even if the person does not have a humanitarian project in mind – just not at the Private Negotiated Rate. It is my belief that the Bankers will re-sell the Zim to “Grandfather” for +/- $125,000 so, they will want our Zim regardless of the denomination. That's just good business.

Your Faith is found in your dominate thoughts. Preserve your faith with positive thinking because things are not always as they seem. Chosen ones have faith in the process, not just the end results. IMO.

Wishing love and light to all, even the trolls.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Anxious to Begin

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