Financial Vipers of Venice Alchemical Money Magical Physics and Banking in the Middle Ages and Renaissance In this sequel to Joseph P Farrell s Babylon s Banksters the banksters have moved from Mesopotamia via Rome to Venice There they have manipulated popes and bullion prices clipped coins sacked Cons

  • Title: Financial Vipers of Venice: Alchemical Money, Magical Physics, and Banking in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
  • Author: Joseph P. Farrell
  • ISBN: 9781936239733
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this sequel to Joseph P Farrell s Babylon s Banksters, the banksters have moved from Mesopotamia via Rome to Venice There, they have manipulated popes and bullion prices, clipped coins, sacked Constantinople, destroyed rival Florence, waged war, burned heretics, and suppressed hidden secrets threatening their financial supremacy until Giordano Bruno and ChristIn this sequel to Joseph P Farrell s Babylon s Banksters, the banksters have moved from Mesopotamia via Rome to Venice There, they have manipulated popes and bullion prices, clipped coins, sacked Constantinople, destroyed rival Florence, waged war, burned heretics, and suppressed hidden secrets threatening their financial supremacy until Giordano Bruno and Christopher Columbus broke the banking cartel s control of information and bullion.We might wonder with some justification how an excursion into such magical mediaeval matters could possibly shed light on the contemporary debate on finance, commerce, credit, and debt taking place around the world.As will be seen in these pages, the modern global economy, with its bonds, annuities, bills of exchange, alchemical paper fiat money, bullion, wage slavery, national debts, private central banking, stock brokerages, and commodities exchanges, in a sense began in the Middle Ages, for all these institutions began for quite perceptible and specific reasons during that time.The centerpiece in this debate is of course money what, and who, does it really represent And how did it manage to begin as a purely metaphysical phenomenon, with deep ties to a cosmological and indeed topological and alchemical metaphor of the physical medium, thence to transmute itself into the conception that money is bullion, and thence once again to transmute itself back into a purely metaphysical construct of credit and debt denominated on tokens of paper

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    1. Joseph P. Farrell says:

      Joseph P Farrell is a recognized scholar whose credentials include a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Oxford His literary contribution is a veritable r sum unto itself covering such fields as Nazi Germany, Sacred Literature, physics, finances, the Giza pyramids, and music theory His latest book is Genes, Giants, Monsters, and Men The Surviving Elites of the Cosmic War and Their Hidden Agenda Earlier books include The Giza Death Star 2001 The Giza Death Star Deployed 2003 Reich of the Black Sun 2004 The Giza Death Star Destroyed 2005 The SS Brotherhood of the Bell 2006 The Cosmic War 2007 Secrets of the Unified Field 2008 The Nazi International 2008 The Philosophers Stone 2009 Babylon s Banksters 2010 Roswell and the Reich 2010 LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy 2010 Genes, Giants, Monsters, and Men 2011



    2 thoughts on “Financial Vipers of Venice: Alchemical Money, Magical Physics, and Banking in the Middle Ages and Renaissance

    1. Having picked up the alchemic banking trail in Venice, Joseph Farrell continues his highly speculative but well researched outline of a hidden financial system that is tied to the concepts of fecundity, Hermeticism and physics. In doing so, he opens up quite a few historic cans of worms in regards to Giordano Bruno, ancient maps and Christopher Columbus. The only problem is Farrell chose to end the book with a cliff hanger: the moving of wealth out of Venice to Amsterdam and London. I guess that [...]

    2. How our society was transformed by by Greeks to a material world measured in physical philosophy in contrast to ancient spiritual inner enlightened connected to higher cosmic universe. Nor, can'tbe inspected in the physical world onlymanipulated with new pedagogy of socialControl. How these controllers keepAncient hemetic knowledge and replace it base on individualism physical material gainalong with Wester philosophy. "Highlight(yellow) - Location 444We say, for example, that we are indebted to [...]

    3. Whoever thought a history book could be this exciting! In the "Financial Vipers of Venice", Joseph P Farrell investigates the activities of the "banksters" that moved from Mesopotamia (as discussed in Babylon's Banksters) to Venice. The book makes for interesting reading as Farrell follows Venetian activities, including the manipulation of Popes, Kings and princes, the manipulation of bullion prices, clipped coins, sacking of Constantinople, destruction of Florence, waging wars, assassinations, [...]

    4. Continues to follow the money, as it were, out of Babylon and into Europe.Plenty of shenanigans ensue, the only real winners being the mercantlist oligarchy of Venice.For a time anyways.There is a lot of valuable information about Giordano Bruno and his hermetic system, the notion of money as a metaphor for 'the metaphor', and some high octane speculation about the discovery of the new world in 1492.Also valuable are the insights into 'open' and 'closed' systems.Also, don't be surprised if some [...]

    5. Another good sojourn into the financial industry by Mr. Farrell. There is more material related to Giordano Bruno than I needed considering I have read a number of other books which featured him. However, this book is using Bruno as a philosophical guide post on the concept of money so it is quite relevant. I definitely feel like I would like to get out of debt after reading this book.This is a good introduction to the world of finance as well as a good history of the whole concept of money. It [...]

    6. I highly enjoyed Babylon's Banksters, but I'm not sure Mr. Farrell is on the right track with his notion of "suppressed metaphysics." What does he think about the issue of usury? Mainly good for getting introduced to new topics medieval Italian banking, Giordano Bruno, suppressed cartography etc

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