Blog/History

Inflation is Hitting Every Sector – Not Transitory

COMMENT: All these increased demands for my product is great, but it comes with quite a wholesale flower prices have also increased significantly making the cost of [...]

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Bill Gates’ Idol

John Davison Rockefeller Sr. (1839–1937) was born into a large, poor family in upstate New York that moved to Cleveland, Ohio. He became an assistant bookkeeper [...]

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Is Biden Acting Like a Tyrant?

The Roman emperor who marked the complete fall of the Roman Empire in the 3rd century, 260 AD, was Valerian (253-260 AD). In 259 AD, Valerian moved on to Edessa to [...]

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Communication is Vital to Empires & History Always Repeats

Rome became the greatest empire that ever existed because of its organization, which included its communication system. Here we have a Roman sestertius of Emperor [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – Dow & Manipulation

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Fascinating Spread of Religious Ideas

This is one of the coins found in Pompeii. It is not officially Roman, but privately minted and used for small change partly due to a shortage of copper quadrans. [...]

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Lost City Discovered & a Tablet That Changes History

Perhaps it is appropriate that by the end of this month we will have another Indiana Jones movie – the fifth and probably the last. Archaeologists have [...]

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Owning a Piece of History

A lot of people have been asking if I still have some ancient coins available. I will put together what I have from some hoards I have purchased for study. [...]

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May 8th & New UK Legislation This Week – Build Back Better

COMMENT: Marty; Here in Britain May 8th will prove to be important. This is the week that Johnson announced he would introduce his new legislation to “build [...]

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Revealing History

COMMENT: I find it interesting how two people the general consensus has said were scoundrels, John Law and Julius Caesar, you have shown were actually people [...]

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