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Prostitute Tokens of Rome & Regulation

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I read about the prostitute tokens of Rome after another one was found here in London. They say they are not sure why they exist. Some said [...]

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The First Representative Form of Money

  QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I was discussing the history of money with a professor at our university where they have a display of coins. I asked why were there [...]

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The Noah Coinage of Phrygia

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong, I have a question please, taking the lead from your recent article in your blog “Noah’s Ark Commemorated on Roman [...]

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Persian Gulf – What Secrets Does it Hold?

COMMENT: Hi Marty, Climate Change: a great analysis as always. One point, if I may, is that no one really talks about the Persian Gulf, a shallow body of water, [...]

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Solar Minimum The Fastest Decline in almost 10,000 Years

  QUESTION: Hi Marty ! Happy new year! Not written in a while, but wanted to ask a private question related to the forthcoming cold period. a) How long will it [...]

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Commodity Prices Before 1259

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You mentioned that your chart on wheat was back to 1259 excluding ancient data. Is it really possible to collect data on commodity prices [...]

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Happy Valentine’s Day

  Happy Valentine’s Day which has evolved into simply a tradition of showing one’s love for someone of the opposite sex including your mother or [...]

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Is Christianity in Decline?

Pope Francis is rather concerned about what he calls a “hemorrhage” of priests and nuns from the Catholic church. Indeed, the loss of clergy is [...]

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The Sports Cycle and Western Society

In May 2015, U.S. federal prosecutors filed criminal indictments against fourteen FIFA employees and associates in connection with an investigation by the United [...]

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Monetary Devaluations & Cancellations

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What Modi has done here in India is far worse than what the press reports. I read your piece that this is part of a larger plan discussed [...]

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