What does this have to do with the secret of monetary survival and silver slippers? Sometimes those in places of power don’t want the truth to get out, so the message has to be cloaked.
Such is the case with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, written in 1900 by L. Frank Baum. We’ve likely all seen the 1939 movie production, but it’s more than a classic children’s story.
Did you know Dorothy’s slippers were originally silver, not ruby? There’s a reason for that. And this isn’t just movie trivia. It’s more important than you’d guess because it concerns money, and that touches each of us right where we live.
The Secret of Oz is an excellent documentary that brings to life the symbolism in Baum’s book and ties it in with the history of money. It’s a history riddled with genuine conspiracy and intrigue. I was fascinated.
In case you’re tempted to write off the subject matter as either boring or nutty, you’ll be surprised by how captivating this film is and by how much sense it makes. Therefore, I’m making The Secret of Oz the DestinySurvival Pick of the week.
You’ll see a shocking side of U.S. history you may have never seen before and may not have thought possible.
To my astonishment, The Secret of Oz brings to light a serious flaw in our beloved U.S. Constitution. But there’s nothing unpatriotic or un-American about that. In fact, wait till you see what played a key role in motivating the War for Independence. (Hint: click here to view an article on the subject.)
The documented remarks of Founding Fathers and other notable figures throughout the film are impressive. Excerpts of the 1896 “Cross of Gold” speech from William Jennings Bryan show how powerful and relevant it still is.
What if all those good people who call for returning our currency to the gold standard are flat out wrong? What if the pivotal issue is not what money is backed with, but who controls the quantity of that money? What if the government issued our money debt free, rather than creating money by borrowing from the Federal Reserve?
Could the solution to financial enslavement by elitists be that simple? Why not?
How can it be that the state bank of North Dakota has been setting a stellar example for over 90 years? Why should anybody care about Iceland’s role in global monetary issues?
The answers are revealed in The Secret of Oz.
This video will give you a greater appreciation for local communities around the country who have created their own money systems. Will more cities or states do the same? It looks like a real means of monetary survivalism and the only way out of the economic mess we’re in.
There’s rich symbolism in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The yellow brick road, silver slippers, the Emerald City, and even the characters have meaning that relates to monetary reform issues in the late 1800’s. And those issues are just as relevant today, especially when you consider the bailout of “too big to fail banks” and the economic mess of the last few years..
The Secret of Oz, directed by Bill Still, has won numerous awards and features contributions from Peter Schiff and Ellen Brown, to name just two.
I want you to see The Secret of Oz so much that I’m going to put it below, as seen on YouTube. Once you’ve seen it, you’ll want your own copy. You may want to get extra copies to share with others. Click on its title where you see it linked in this post.
Find out the secret about our money that so many in power don’t want you to know…