One Last Reminder on the Reval

One Last Reminder on the Reval

Posted by on September 16, 2013                                       /   2 Comments

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Folks, I’ve just spoken to Archangel Michael on the pre-record of An Hour with an Angel and he suggests that it would be a good idea for lightworkers to go out and purchase – it doesn’t have to be a large amount – even a very small amount of Vietnamese currency (the dong).

I had not intended to say anything more on the matter but given that he said what he said, I thought I probably should. The reval could happen at any time so don’t postpone doing this. (I have posted AAM’s comments separately.)

He said that he did not want people to go wild over this and be financially irresponsible. But a small purchase will help almost any of us.

Common questions:

(1) Where can I purchase Vietnamese dong?

If you were to plan a trip to Vietnam, where would you go to buy your currency? Your bank? The foreign exchange store in the town center? Vietnamtown? The airport? The bullion dealer down the street? All of these people can exchange your currency for Vietnamese currency. The bank may take three days to get it to you but the foreign-exchange dealer can give it to you right away.

(2) How much currency should I purchase?

Anything. $10 worth. $20. $50. $100.  If you have room on your credit card (while still acting responsibly), then borrow $10 or $20.

The dong can be purchased for pennies but may reval in dollars. Any amount of dong will be of great assistance to you. Go to this site to see how little it costs: https://www.canadianforex.ca/.

And then imagine if the dong, which costs pennies, revalued at $2 or at $3 or at $4. If you do the math, you’ll see immediately what the returns could be.

If you buy $96 worth of Viet currency, I estimated that it would purchase 1.6 million dong, which, at a reval rate of $2 yields $3.2 million. So $10 would fetch perhaps $320,000. (Please do the math yourself in case I’ve made an error. I’m not a financial whiz.)

(3) Why are you not recommending the dinar?

For several reasons. First: Dinars take days to get here if you order from, say, Treasury Vault. We may not have days.

Second: Ordering dinars can mean paying a Fedex and a wire-transfer fee. That is wasted money.  You don’t have to pay it to drive downtown and buy Viet currency, which is publicly tradeable.

Third reason: If you do the math, including in your calculations the Fedex and wire-transfer fees, you’ll see that the return on the dong (unfortunate name) is much, much higher than on the dinar.

(4) How will I know when the reval has occurred?

Well, the rate will change at https://www.canadianforex.ca/.  If the rate is thousands of dong to the dollar one day and the next day $2 per dong, the reval has occurred.

But you can also register with Dinar Recaps to receive their newsletter, which action also adds you automatically to their reval group.

Go here http://www.dinarrecaps.com/ and look for this mesage:  Join the Dinar Recaps FREE Daily Newsletter Email List. Then enter your name and email address.

As a member of that group, you’ll get an email telling you that the reval has occurred and where to go to cash in your holdings. This step is more necessary for those who hold Iraqi dinars than it is for those who hold Viet currency. Why is that? Because the new dinar is not yet a tradeable currency and the dong is. You can cash the dong in anywhere but the dinar is slightly less easy to cash in.

(5) Supposing I’m not happy later that I bought Viet currency?

Great. Take it back to the dealer and get your money back, minus their spread fee. What have you lost?

Archangel Michael gives us complete instructions on what to do with our blessing so listen to today’s Hour with an Angel for that.

Why am I mentioning this again? Because I want to see everyone out of debt and this is one mechanism for doing that.  Because I hope you’ll gift others from what you earn and so spread the abundance in ever-widening circles around you.

Please do not look to me to be a financial expert. I am no such thing. I will not be able to answer your questions and I’d rather not receive a flood of emails.

If you make the choice to purchase Viet currency, do it as a responsible adult and agree with yourself to do your own research. Start with Dinar Recaps and work out from there. For their discussion of dinars, more or less substitute dong (with appropriate changes).

Are you still sitting in your chair? Up, up. Walk out the door. Turn the key in the car. Drive down to a currency exchange. Plunk $10, $20, any amount of dollars down on the counter and say: “I would like to buy some Vietnamese currency please.”  Take it. Put it in a safe place and … wait. Well heavens, we should all be experts in waiting by now!

Warning: No fair complaining later that you didn’t know you’d have to wait. That goes with the decision. No one knows when the reval will happen. We expect it soon, but we don’t know for sure. Best to buy soon in case the reval happens today, tomorrow, etc. But it may also not happen for a week or two.

No fair complaining at all, I’d say. Complaining is a Third-Dimensional response. We are lightworkers and need to act responsibly.

This discussion does not create a responsibility on my part to see to your needs for information or comforting over the time you have to wait after you purchase dong.

No codependency please. There are thousands of you out there and only one of me. So please go about this in an adult way. I cannot promise that I will answer all emails that arise from this. If you participate, you need to do so on your own recognizance and responsibility.

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