April 3, 2001 From: Renee

Uh…boy, do you have a dollar bill?

How many of you have ever taken the time to seriously examine and inspect the "American One Dollar Bill", you know that same dollar that you may have in your wallet or pocketbook. Please take the time out right now to go and get a dollar bill and then…examine, inspect and then ask yourself the following questions:

What is the real significance of the many symbols and pictures on the front and back of the "one dollar bill"?
When did money make the transition from silver and gold to dollar bills and coins?
Why would they put "IN GOD WE TRUST" on the back…. what does God have to do with money?
When I see pyramids, I think of Egyptians (Africans)…what do the Egyptians have to do with the American dollar bill?
When I see arrows, I think of the Native Americans…what role did the Native Americans have in the making of this dollar bill?
What is the significance of the spider web bed background on the back? (Look very closely)

Allow me to take you on a journey of the history of money……

Excerpt taken from "Dajjal". The King Who Has No Clothes, written by Ahmad Thompson.

"Money used to be made principally of gold or silver. Since it was made from these precious metal sit had inherent value. The first banks were formed to look after other people's money by keeping it in a safe place,although of course even at this stage money still had a pal able and valuable form. The practice arose whereby when someone deposited gold or silver in the bank, the banker would give the depositor a written receipt, whereby he promised to repay the gold or silver when that receipt was presented to him.

The practice then arose that these receipts became transferable. Thus the depositor of the gold was able to buy goods to the value of the gold in the bank, by giving his receipt to the seller of the goods.

The seller of the goods could then take that receipt to the bank, and collect the gold, even though it was not he who had originally deposited the gold there.

Since gold and silver are relatively heavy, and since paper is relatively light, the bankers then hit upon the idea of printing paper money. Any one who deposited gold and silver with them was given this paper money. That paper money could then be used in any number of consecutive transaction, the understanding being that anyone at any time who had these notes come into his or her possession could, if he or she wanted, take them to the bank and exchange them for the gold or silver which they represented.

At this simple stage every paper note was backed by its equivalent amount of gold or silver. You could exchange one for the other at anytime. It was at this stage that the bankers discovered that for every thirteen pounds of gold or silver only was required by the customer to spend at any one time, which left the bankers free to loan or invest the other twelve pounds on interest, or otherwise, profitably. This meant that for every thirteen-paper pound note, only one needed to be backed by gold, and this is what happened.

It was no longer the case that every paper note referred back to its equivalent in gold or silver. Instead, for every pound's worth of gold or silver, which the banks had, thirteen paper pounds were printed. At this stage however you could still go into the bank, produce a paper pound, ask for a pound's worth of gold, and get it. Provided that not everyone tried to exchange their paper money for gold or silver at the same time, the banks were safe, even though in fact not all the paper money was backed by gold anymore. At this stage, in real terms, money was only worth one-thirteenth of what it used to be worth.

Gradually people became so used to using paper money, that no one even thought of even going to the bank and asking for gold or silver in exchange. Everyone believed that the paper money was worth what it said it was worth of its two sides that is its face value. At the same time the volume of the banks business was increasing, as the origins of what is today's consumer producer process began to get under way and become established. This meant that it was creating more and more money, not by reprinting more banknotes, but by charging interest. Debt owed to the banks grew on paper in the ledgers, as the interest ticked up, but the money created in this way had no connection with the money which was already in existence, and which was backed by gold in the proportion of one gold to thirteen paper.

In effect money was not even being manifested in the form of pound notes, but merely being given reality by being recorded in a ledger, or as today, in the computer. This put the banks in a more precarious position. If everyone decided to draw their paper money out of the bank at once, the banks simply would no be able to produce it, simply because the volume of money, which was recorded as existing in the ledgers or in the computer, was so much greater than the number of printed money notes in actual circulation. Thus at this stage there were two credibility tricks which needed by the banks for both profit and manipulation purposes.

The first trick was to fool everyone into thinking that all the paper money was still backed by gold, even though people no longer tried to change paper notes for their gold equivalent. The second trick was to fool everyone into thinking that all the money existed according to notes.

Neither of these illusions created by the free Masonic magician bankers was real, then the whole magical but totally illusory system continued to work, and indeed continues to work today."


Money NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM - It describes then a ture of the organization and means "A New Social Order' or "A New World Order Of The Ages" or "New Deal". The term "Novus Ordo Seclorum" was placed there under the Administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt (who happened to be a freemason).
ANNUIT COEPTIS - "He God Has Favored Our Undertakings." (From the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language)
THE GREAT SEAL - The Navy Seals, The Seals, The Enforcers. They represent a secret part of the Navy, which plays a strategic part in the military. It is one of the oldest branches in the military.

Notice that the Roman numerals MDCCLXXV are engraved into the stone at the base of the pyramid. The Roman numerals are equivalent to the year 1776, Independence Day. There are 12 rows of bricks that sit on top of the base, also notice that the cap stone is not apart of the pyramid the "All-Seeing Eye" is the keystone, the head stone or the corner stone and the sun is surrounding the eye. The sun is coming up over the horizon or Horus-rising. Remember that the Egyptians (Africans) called their sundeity"
Amon Ra "The eye is called Ra meaning "The Seer" to see or look at.
This is symbolic of the many eyes in government that are watching you. FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), and the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) orthe IRS (Internal Revenue Service).
The "I" represents all the eyes watching you.
Think about it!

What about the web that is in the background of the dollar bill, what is a web?

Web: a cobweb, animal or plant membrane, network. A base of ten highly complex underlying scheme, structure, or pattern, something by which on is ensnared, held fast, or inextricably involved. A web is what a spider uses to capture his prey. They use different strategies to catch prey: active hunting, waiting in ambush and making and using traps of silk. A web is used to bind people in debt. They are doing all of this through the Internet system by trying to get everybody in the net, and they are actually calling it the "WEB". The spider web on the back of the dollar is this related to the World Wide Web (www.), the Internet or the net…... is this a coincidence?
The trap has been set, are you the prey?

Now look at the clouds above the eagle's head; there are 13 stars inside the 14 clouds. The 13 stars represent the 13 original colonies of the United States.

Money E PLURIBUS UNUM – means "Out of Many One". All nations will come together under one "God",

"IN GOD WE TRUST". Maybe you might want to ask yourself, "What God are they speaking about"? God: 1.The Supreme Being, the creator and ruler of the universe. 2. One of several deities, esp. a male deity, presiding over some portion of worldly affairs. 3. Any deified person or object. My senses tell me that they are referring to the second definition. Think about it!

The eagle has a wreath in his left talon and arrows in his right talon. The wreath represents the wreath of Caesar, or the Caesars. (A title of the Roman emperors from Augustusto Hadrian, and emperor, a tyrant or dictator.) This wreath has 13 olives leaves and 13 berries. Remember the statement:"I come to bury (berry) Caesar…" means that he was going to keep the ruler ship of the Caesars alive. The 13 arrows in the right talon represent the Native Americans (Indians) from whom the Caucasians stole the land.


US Dollar

A Note: A written or printed-paper recognizing a debt and promising payment. A banknote or other forms of payment that is current money to recognize the existence or presence of a record.

Promissory note: A written promise to pay or repay a specified sum of money at a stated time or on demand. Also called note of hand.

There are many other signs and symbols that I have not mentioned, for instance.. the scale, square and the key that is inside the stamp of The Department of the Treasury. Who thought to take the time and effort to put all these details and symbols on this dollar bill? Who's responsible?

The purpose of this exercise is to help others "see" something that they have never seen before, yet it was always there. What else are we (Africans) not seeing…..yet it is right in front of our eyes?

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