A single entry (accounting-assets and liabilities) system used by merchants in commerce over the centuries was used when the sharing of and the transferring of true-assets were done with no usury.

It is a well-known fact today that all forms of PROFIT is usury. This profit/usury system is the prison that society and social behaviors are based on with the double-entry bookkeeping system. This document evidences how principal is used and how the PRINCIPAL is used to maintain control through the title to property.

The important message is that PRINCIPAL is the key, not profits. Kept secrets regarding profits of all forms shall be brought to light. The secrets are made known evidencing how accounting and finance are used today on society. This is being brought forward in order to evidence kept secrets of accounting and finance. Finance today is programed in the population through an ECONONIC LABORATORY. (See page 177 below)

The Book “DOUBLE ENTRY How the Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance” by Jane Gleeson-White evidences material in her book about history’s best-kept secrets of the corporate world and government.

  • Page 8 “The rise and metamorphosis of double-entry bookkeeping is one of history’s best-kept secrets…”
  • Page 21 “…most importantly to calculate their profits.” “This new form of business recording was double-entry bookkeeping.”
  • Page 97 “…the purpose of every business is to make a profit.” Luca Pacioli “…makes it clear that the purpose of every merchant is to make a lawful and reasonable profit so as to keep up his business’.”
  • Page 7 “The ‘father’ of double-entry bookkeeping was a Franciscan monk… Luca Pacioli.” “In 1494…” “…Pacioli’s magnum opus…” “…which contains his 27 page bookkeeping treastise…”
  • Page 8 “…the very same double-entry bookkeeping principles used by the merchants of Venice has been used to construct the national accounts of the United States and Great Britain during the Great Depression and the Second World War.”
  • Page 177 “…May 1934…John Maynard Keynes…” said “In Washington… Here, not in Moscow, is the economic laboratory of the world.” “…his theory of effective demand’…” “…publish in February 1936 as The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money.”
  • Page 179 “And Keynes…” (John Maynard Keynes page 8) “…applied the principles of double-entry bookkeeping to construct his whole-economy framework.” To quote “…(or real income, ‘Y’) of an economy is determined by the consumption and the investment (Y= C + I).
  • Page 5 “Our world is governed by numbers generated by the accounts of nations and corporations. And yet these numbers are arbitrary, illusory.”


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The First Charter of Virginia; April 10, 1606 is with the evidence written that “The first written charter of a permanent American colony…” and continues “…gave to a mercantile corporation…” “…and reserved to the monarch absolute legislative authority, the control of all appointments and a hope of an ultimate revenue.” “The emigrants were subjected to the ordinances of a commercial corporation of which they could not be members; to the dominions of a domestic council, in appointing in which they had no voice, to the control of a superior council in England, which had no sympathies with their rights; to the arbitrary legislation of the sovereign.” (Bancroft.) Consult Bancroft’s U.S. 1st ed., I., 120; Centenary ed., I., 95 ; last ed., I., 85 ; Hildreth’s U.S., I., 94 ; Doyles’s English Colonies in America, 109 ; Bryant and Gay’s U.S., I., 267 ; Cooke’s Va., 16 ; Neile’s Va, Co., 3 ; Stith’s Va., Chalmer’s Political Annals, 12.

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This is in keeping with the evidence of the words with the first Charter of Virginia of 1606 that “We would vouchsafe unto them our Licence, to make Habitation, Plantation…” and continue “…the one consisting of certain Knights, Gentlemen, Merchants, and other Adventurers, of our City of London…”

“Discretion of the Council of that Colony; And that no other of our Subjects shall be permitted, or suffered, to plant or inhabit behind, or on the Backside of them, towards the main Land, without the Express License or Consent of the Council of that Colony, thereunto in Writing; first had and obtained.”

“And moreover, we do GRANT and agree, for Us, our Heirs and Successors; that that the said several Councils of and for the said several Colonies, shall and lawfully may, by Virtue hereof, from time to time, without any Interruption of Us, our Heirs or Successors, give and take Order, to dig, mine, and search for all Manner of Mines of Gold, Silver, and Copper, as well within any Part of their said several Colonies, as of the said main Lands on the Backside of the same Colonies; And to HAVE and enjoy the Gold, Silver, and Copper, to be gotten thereof, to the Use and Behoof of the same Colonies, and the Plantations thereof; YIELDING therefore to Us, our Heirs and Successors, the fifth Part only of all the same Gold and Silver, and the fifteenth Part of all the same Copper, so to be gotten or had, as is aforesaid, without any other Manner of Profit or Account, to be given or yielded to Us, our Heirs, or Successors, for or in Respect of the same:

And that they shall, or lawfully may, establish and cause to be made a Coin, to pass current there between the people of those several Colonies, for the more Ease of Traffick and Bargaining between and amongst them and the Natives there, of such Metal…”

To evidence further this point of their licensing permit and allow for a direct quote from George Washington  : “In May, 1775, Washington said: ‘If you ever hear of me joining in any such measure [as separation from Great Britain], you have my leave to set me down for everything wicked’- He also said: ‘It is not wish or interest of the government [meaning Massachusetts], or of any other upon this continent, separately or collectively, to set up for independence‘” Ingersoll, North American Review, CLV. No.2, August, 1892, p. 183, also quote in Sources of the Constitution of the United States, c. Ellis Stevens, 1927, page 36.

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First some important terms shall be made known to cast light on kept secrets of accounting and finance.

The secrets regarding double-entry bookkeeping, guide to interest, definition of value and money and lastly the unaccountability of the accounting trade itself.

Finance is about who holds the title. Having title gives the right of control over the property and over the principal. A registry holds titles.


The Evidence Of The True-Assets