Entry Submitted by Dave at 11:17 AM EDT on August 27, 2021
Windrunner63, the answer to your question comes down to why you purchased your Zim. But before we get into that, let me make one comment about Luna’s post.
Luna posted a beautiful description of what a true humanitarian project looks like. She is what the Alliance is looking for. And the reason we have a Zim redemption in the first place is so the Alliance can get big money into the hands of people like Luna so they can do big things for humanity.
However, Luna seems to misunderstand one thing: The Redemption of Dinar and Dong (RV) has nothing to do with Zim Redemption and the Humanitarian Projects (HP). She refers to the RV as the means for obtaining the money to execute her plan, but that’s not correct. She should be referring to the Zim Redemption, not the RV. The RV could only get her a few million (if she has Dinar and/or Dong) when she’ll clearly need way more than that to execute her plan.
But, for her, if she has Zim to redeem, the terminology doesn’t really matter; it’s the quality of her heart that matters. And it looks like she’s perfectly aligned with the Alliance’s purpose for the HP.
I encourage you to do a little research on the revaluation of currencies, particularly the Dinar and the Dong. The RV of currencies deals strictly with current currencies, not defunct currencies. Zim is a defunct currency, no matter what you want to believe about it. It’s completely worthless as a means of exchange for goods and services, which is what live currencies are for. Again, research Zim. It will not and cannot be exchanged like the Dinar and the Dong.
Now, let’s address this question: Why did you buy your Zim?
If you bought your Zim to make money through an RV exchange, yes, unfortunately, you are “toast.” That’s not the purpose of the Zim in this worldwide Global Currency Reset/RV/HP event. No matter what the RV “gurus” say about it. Again, do a little research and stop listening to the “gurus” who have proven to know little-to-nothing about the Zim and the HP.
If this is the case, I’m very sorry. Unfortunately, you listened to the wrong people and bought the wrong currency. If making money is more important to you than helping people, then I would suggest you consider your Zim purchase a sunk cost; cut your losses; and go buy some Dinar or Dong. Maybe that will work out for you.
On the other hand, if, like Luna, you have the heart of a true humanitarian, then you don’t have anything to worry about. Just take some time to think about what you’d like to do with the money you receive. You don’t have to join Luna; you can do your own thing with your own money. But think big. There are a lot of people around the world who need a lot of help. And that’s probably true in your own country.
Luna will need tons of people to help her execute her project. And these people generally won’t be other Zim humanitarians. But, if you have Zim and have the heart of a humanitarian, you can choose to join her and add your funds to hers. Or, you can do your own thing. Your choice. But I really don’t think you’ll get much for your Zim if you’re going to piggyback on someone else’s project.
Now, as far as redeeming your Zim in Canada is concerned, you have nothing to worry about if you’re a true humanitarian. This is a worldwide operation not a US operation. The Alliance, who actually controls the GCR/RV/HP money, knows who you are and knows your heart. They don’t need anyone’s help in contacting you when the time is right to rebuild and flood the earth with prosperity and abundance.
But that takes a lot of faith. I know. I used to follow the RV “gurus” because I didn’t want to miss out. But then I realized that they could never tell me what I was looking for anyway, so it was a waste of time. I decided to just trust that, if my heart was right, the Alliance would find me.
Just one more thought: If money is what’s important to you, just be patient. You don’t need any Dinar, Dong, or Zim. When the time is right, the Alliance will, indeed, flood the earth with great abundance and prosperity. They’ll do it through the HP, but wherever you are and whatever HP are in place where you are, the money will reach you.
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