This series seeks to cover a wide range of topics and concepts that directly address the corruption and theft perpetrated by governments, financial institutions, and deep state organizations, depriving the ordinary man of true individual liberty. Each design conveys a unique story and hidden message, leaving collectors excited for each release.
Each 2022 2 oz Infinity Silver Round is struck with two troy ounces of .9999 pure silver. Additionally, this round is struck with a limited mintage of 20,000 units. From prior sell-outs on this series, these will not last long either!
The reverse design is consistent throughout all of the series’ releases, including the five- and two-ounce rounds.
The reverse design immediately captures attention with an opening eye, symbolizing the mass public awakening against evil and corruption. The eye of the Pyramid, which can be found on the fiat US Dollar, is well-known. The Latin date of 1776, signified by the text “MDCCLXXVI,” is when the Second Continental Congress declared independence from Great Britain. In front of the stones of the pyramid reads "ANNUIT COEPTIS," translating to "He (God) has favored our undertakings.” All of these features are based on the original US Seal from 1776. The date "2022" is visible in the Pyramid's stones, as well as the weight and purity of the silver round. The reverse is capped off with the enlightening quote, "YOU CAN'T WAKE A PERSON WHO IS PRETENDING TO BE ASLEEP," which ties in with the overall concept of the series.
The name of the round, "Infinity," comes from the Obverse design. A prominent infinity symbol in the shape of a serpent eating its tail is presented in the center. The term "QE," short for Quantitative Easing, appears beneath the Infinity sign. QE is an unconventional monetary policy in which central banks issue additional money to stimulate the economy.
This short-sighted choice to flood markets with surplus fiat dollars that have no inherent value can lead to hyperinflation in the long run. In short, quantitative easing has progressed from a rarely used policy to what it is now: a political device employed by addicted policymakers to throw serious problems under the rug. In the long run, the consumer will pay a higher price due to this decision.
Why would Central Banks deal with an economic slump when additional printing is so broadly accepted? Pay no attention to where that money originates from or how much it will eventually be worth because an endless supply of new dollars will bury it. Central banks are addicted to the drug, and their only option is to print or die.
The individual is Awakening, only to see a deck stacked against them.