Oldest coins in the World were Greek

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Oldest coins in the World were Greek

Postby Rev. Chris Roubis » Thu Feb 22, 2024 7:51 pm

Oldest coins in the World were Greek


Did you know that one of the first coins in the world, came from the Greeks, and had a bee symbol?
Did you know that there are living enzymes in honey?
Did you know that these enzymes die in contact with a metal spoon? The best way to eat honey is with a wooden or plastic spoon.
Did you know that honey contains a substance that helps the brain function better?
Did you know that it is one of the few foods in the world that can only sustain a human life?
One spoonful of honey is enough for 24 hours of life.
Did you know that propolis produced by bees is one of the most powerful natural ANTIBIOTICS?
Did you know that honey has no expiration date?
Did you know that the bodies of the great emperors were buried in golden coffins and coated with honey to prevent decay?
Did you know that a bee lives less than 40 days, visits at least 1000 flowers and produces less than a teaspoon of honey in its entire life?
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I am a Spartan by blood.. Biblical tribes Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Dan, Naphtal, Thessalonians, Manasseh etc... were Aegean Greek semite tribes. ^:)^ You know your vibration is high when animals & children are naturally drawn to you.
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