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Medjugorje Miraculous Medal 

Commemorates Catholic Matriarch, Mary


By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, July 9, 2014

   The Medjugorje Miraculous Medal is a .999 fine one Troy ounce silver medallion that highlights some of the more noteworthy appearances of the Virgin Mary.

   Silver, along with gold, is the only money authorized for use in the United States Constitution and, unlike the debt-backed paper Federal Reserve Notes, also complies with God’s Biblical doctrine on money being of “just weights and balances” as indicated in Leviticus 19:36 and Ezekiel 45:10.

  On its obverse, the medal features images of the Virgin Mary, Apparition Mountain and Cross Mountain.  On its reverse, it features images of the Bedroom of Apparitions and the Field of Apparitions.

   While it is not official U.S. silver currency, such as the Silver Eagle $1.00 silver coin, it is every bit as much silver bullion as that coin and can be used in trade for goods and services or for investment to guard against the gross depreciation of the debt-backed paper Federal Reserve Note’s value.

   As a store of wealth, silver, as well as gold, has been the world-wide standard for over 6,000 years.  Fiat paper money, like the Federal Reserve Note, has consistently and historically failed in every society who attempted to use that debased form of phony paper money.

   For more information on the Medjugorje Miraculous Medal, go to and look up the book, It Ain't Gonna Happen.  To purchase the one ounce .999 silver round, go to



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