Codex Research Sources

Codex of Money Research Sources

The Codex of Money was written with research from scholarly peer reviewed journals. The resources listed below are a portion of the Codex Research material studied to produce the findings in the Codex of Money.

The book is written in plain language with minimal technical jargon usage; in layman’s terms it is easy to read and understand. Therefore in text citations were not used within the Codex of Money text.

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