For more years than I could really fathom, a lot of people have been looking at money as an evil force and those who had their palms heavily greased with it, were thought to be in league with the Devil.
Now, for the record, I do not believe that anyone who is rich is evil; but a lot of people seem to think so.
In Sunday school, they drilled into the young impressionable minds of the kids that the love of money is the root of all evil (So, you can clearly see how people began looking at money in a negative manner).
Certain pastors like to entertain their congregation by telling them which popular celebrity is dealing with the Devil.
And, some documentaries have mentioned the names of certain actors, actresses, musicians, singers, sportsmen and sportswomen, writers, political leaders and businessmen and businesswomen and even some spiritual leaders of bargaining with the Devil.
As a result of all of this, a lot of people are lead to believe that if a person or an organization has a heavy cash flow coming in, they are inherently evil and that they signed away the rights for their Soul for a bit of fame and wealth; while there might be some truth to this, those who are of LOVE and Light are capable of accessing wealth by following Universal Laws.
Did the Dark Cabal brainwash the masses into believing that money is evil? I would certainly say so, because if we wanted nothing to do with it, they would have more for themselves.
Now, if you want nothing to do with money, it is all right; but, don’t hate it because it is evil. Money is nothing but a creation of man — one that is made up of atoms and electrons nonetheless (And, there is nothing evil in atoms and electrons; only in the manner in which we use them; for example they can be used to create a highly explosive device. Or, they can be used positively; like the creation of free energy).
Money has gotten a bad reputation and it is time that someone set the record straight.
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