Money is an idea. They get their value solely because people believe in them, and as such, it's nothing less than magic. And it's a very useful magic indeed. Enormous economies supporting the lives of billions of people would never be possible without money.
Now that we established that money is a great and incredibly useful magic force, we can try to determine where it came from. Was it genius wizards of the past that consciously created it, or did they just appeared through the evolution of humans' constant work to improve trading? I personally think it's most likely the latter, and money is a natural phenomenon, a clock without craftsman, a magical force that created itself to fill the void.
It's definitely that. Trade happens when there's an imbalance in abundance, which happens in any ecosystem, some people just end up with something more valuable to someone else than it is to them. Say someone in the iron age who lives off of oysters and keeps the pearls just because they're pretty. Then a bunch of Romans or someone comes along and offers you loads of fancy robes and cushions and shit for the pile of pretty rocks you just found while eating, that is a pretty big revolution in your life. Trading something super small and light for heavy, high value items not only is brilliant for travelling caravans or whoever it is at the time, it's also just a smart system of trade. It was originally gold and precious stones, not just for their aesthetics but for their magical and spiritual associations and uses as well, but money now is much more fluid and not really all that reliable. It's literally impossible to truly calculate how much "money" is in circulation, with black markets and white collar crime etc. It's not necessarily working with how things are now and considering the instabilities of an electronic system of trade, at any time the sun could just destroy it. All at once. And probably destroy a lot of other shit. This is veering into prepper shit now which I do indulge but the point is when something doesn't really exist on this physical plane but clearly has so much riding on it, it doesn't seem like a good idea to me. I'm not inherently against the idea of money but I'd personally prefer a society which was much more decentralised and focused on individual self-sufficiency rather than it all being sucked into the cities and up into the hands of big business. So much food gets thrown away in western civilisation, I work in a shop it kills me. Either way money is not the problem, it's irresponsible use of power. I'm not even averse to power, especially if the people wielding it actually have some clue of how to do so in a way that doesn't wipe us all out.
Wrong on all three points. Money is not magic, it has no occultic origins, and is not contingent on belief.
A shoemaker, a cattleman, and a well digger, and a whore all found a township together. Money exists because the whore and the shoemaker provide unnecessary but highly convenient services, while the cattleman and the well digger provide easy means to the obtaining of necessities. Another trouble is that wells, once built, provide water forever. Another trouble still is that cattle are very difficult to feed, water, and generally keep alive on the whole. Another trouble still is that sex is like air and not important unless one isn't fucking getting any. And another is that once a human wears out a pair of shoes, he's going to miss them like hell as a consequence of human nature.
Money's an extension of finite human needs, as well a (LITERALLY) symbolic attempt to mediate and at times manipulate them. There's no magic involved. Money is a simple attempt at mind over matter.
No agree at all. Most of the clasic ocult author's. Never worry of money or got servants. So money was not issue. Now its thousands of books, ebooks, etc wen tbe real methods havw been disappear lately.
There are no real methods, to be honest. In the past, the pious men who used to spend their time in devotion to the architect of the universe used to attract higher-vibration benevolent beings (Given there were no dogs in the house to share the positive energy emitted by a praying man), these were the beings that would sometimes place gold under the man’s praying rug to help him feed himself and put a roof over his head, and so that he can be uninterrupted with his devotional practices. Lower spirits are liars, deceivers, and tricksters mostly; going to them to solve money problems is a fool’s errand.