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The back of the Dollar Bill

Post 1


The number 13 is quite prominent on the back of the US Dollar Bill, a place where conspiracy theorists often go to dig up new conspiracy theories.

1. The shield the eagle carries on its breast has 13 stripes.
2. The same eagle carries 13 arrows in one claw and the olive branch in the other claw has 13 leaves.
3. The Latin legend over the pyramid with the eye floating above (ANNUIT COEPTIS) has 13 letters. (N.B. The symbol of the pyramid with the eye floating above is attributible to the Bavarian Illuminati, a fact the abovementioned conspiracy buffs love to point out, and the Latin legend below it, "NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM" translates to "NEW WORLD ORDER")
4. Above the eagle's head is a star-of-David shaped array containing 13 stars.
5. Between the eagle's head and the star(s) mentioned above is a ribbon bearing the national motto, "e pluribus unum," which means "from many, one," and contains 13 letters.

I'm sure that any one of you reading this post might be able to find more occurrances of the number 13 on the back of the almighty dollar, and those of you who can't find readily available in your wallet can see it at http://www.wealth4freedom.com/dollarbill.html .

The back of the Dollar Bill

Post 2

The Walking Dictionary and Grammar Guide

And the reason for all this would most likely be that 13 is the number of original colonies in America that later became states. The same phenomenon can be witnessed on the American flag: thirteen red-and-white stripes.

The back of the Dollar Bill

Post 3

Mr. X ---> "Be excellent to each other. And party on, dudes!"

And "New World Order" means democratic government, rather than monarchical.

smiley - pirate

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