The Reverse of the Great Seal of the United States of America
What is the true meaning of the 1 Dollar Dollar Pyramid

"It is now commonly known, more than ever, that the United States of America was founded largely by men with an Enlightenment philosophy based on Freemasonry and other secret societies who saw in the United States as potential" New Atlantis "or" New Jerusalem". They envisioned the future of the United States as a beacon for the rest of the world, guiding nations to form a "New Order" of peace, democracy, and enlightenment. Many people today would agree that the US is actually in many ways fulfilling that role already. "

Most people agree that America dominates the financial world, and that among the world's currencies, the US dollar is prevalent. But what few people understand is the correlation between the esoteric doctrine of Freemasonry upon which the United States was founded and the economic principles that underpin the American economy. Although many words were written by conspiracy theorists analyzing the Masonic symbols on the dollar, no one has yet been sufficiently able to explain why these symbols are there, or what they really mean. The symbolism of the American dollar has been the subject of Masonic conspiracy theories since the Roosevelt administration in 1935. Masonic symbology and mysticism have been used in American currency from the beginning and were employed as a means of distinguishing New World money in Opposition to that of the Old World of Europe, which has always characterized the bust of the reigning monarch. The founding fathers, on the other hand, agreed that money should be decorated with anti-monarchist symbols, in favor of the democratic Enlightenment philosophy upon which the Republic was founded, and many of these ideals were of Masonic origin. The Great Pyramid, the All-Seeing Eye, and peculiar phrases like "Deo Favente Perennis" (God's Favor Through the Years), appeared in the first American coin.

NUMBER 13:  In analyzing the simbosm of a dollar bill, most researchers tend to focus on the repeated use of number 13, which they always insist on being "an important sacred number for Freemasons" without demonstrating any evidence of the supposed Masonic affinity For this special issue. This is, of course, the number of colonies that originally constituted in the United States of America, and therefore thirteen stars have been used in American heraldry since the union began, appearing not only in the first national flag but in many of the earliest coins also. But there is no special mention of the number 13 in any Masonic ritual known, except perhaps in the rites of the Noble Order of the Shrine, where this number seems to be mentioned many times, but with no special significance given to it. The renowned Mason Manly P. Hall, in his 1944 book The Secret Destiny of America (where he interprets the history of the United States as the unfolding of an ancient Masonic plan) cites the number, where 13 symbolizes the Sun and the twelve signs of the Zodiac. In fact, if there are Masonic teachings about that number, then they are among the few teachings that are actually kept secret for centuries. Either Masonic or not, the number 13 is undeniably the most ubiquitous on the dollar bill having its origin in the initial 13 colonies.



Above the head of the eagle, to the right, is a constellation of thirteen pentagonal stars, arranged in the form of a Seal of Solomon. There are thirteen leaves on the olive branch in his right claw, and thirteen "Jonathan" arrows, as they are called, on his right side. There are thirteen horizontal divisions in the shield of the eagle, and thirteen the vertical divisions.

The motto "E Pluribus Unum", written on the flag of its beak, contains thirteen letters. So too is the motto "Annuit Coeptis," written above the pyramid, on the left. Also, if you add the number of letters "Novus Ordo Seclorum" and "MDCCLXXVI" ("1776" in Roman numerals), written below the pyramid, you get 26, or two thirteen-year series. In front of the bill, on the basis of George Washington's portrait, on each side there are eight leaves and five berries, indicating two more series of thirteen years.

"There are also thirteen stars on the beam over the Treasury Department seal, which is characterized by Washington law, superimposing the word" one. "

But for that to be correct, you have to tell "In God We Trust." Of course, there are only twelve letters in this sentence, but occupying the same space in the center on the back of the project is the word "On", which implies that we must add to this sum 1 and make 13. It is the plane on which all The dollar bills are based, and when we think of the US dollar, the first image that comes to mind is the dollar bill.

As the official representation of the original unit sustaining the economy, its unity is expressed with the abundant use of "1", the central placement of "One" on the back of the bill, and the use of the motto "E Pluribus , "Unum" ("Of Many, One") under a constellation of thirteen stars, which represent the original colonies that were "unified" for the creation of the United States.

The theme of "one" is continued with the use of the first American president, George Washington, on the front of the bill, and with the word "one" written next to it. Thus, it was ideal to include the symbol of the pyramid in the back, which, according to the creators of this emblem, was designed to represent the ideal state, composed of individuals (the stones) unified in a structure (pyramid) under the principle Divine unifier (the All-Seeing Eye of Providence). Other characteristics were to include the expression "Annuit Coeptis" ("He [God] favors our enterprise") and "Novus Ordo Seclorum" ("The New Order of Ages").

But the essence of the project was outlined early on in 1776, the year of the Revolution. Several people are known to have contributed to the design of the seals, including Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, William Barton, Charles Thomson, and Pierre Eugene du Simitiere, and all were Freemasons. The first metal made for the Seal was engraved by Robert Scot, a Freemason in 1782. However, although commissioned for the front and back of the seal, only the front was actually engraved. Manly P. Hall, Freemason and historian wrote that the back of the seal was not originally used "Because it was considered a symbol of a secret society, not a suitable device for a sovereign state." Like the great seal, a dollar bill was also drawn by a group of Freemasons who worked for the government, in this case, President Franklin Roosevelt, Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace, and Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau, executed the Project at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which employed exactly thirteen engravers.
On the front of the seal, the number thirteen is omnipresent. Already the Pyramid of the verse of the seal, also present in the dollar bill has thirteen layers, not including the eye on the top.
The True Pyramid of the Illuminati Order

The true pyramid used in the assemblies of Minervais of the Illuminati Order of Bavaria did not possess the "All-Seeing Eye" at its apex.

The unfinished pyramid represented the Order and was arranged through a rug on the floor of the main meeting room.

At the beginning of the meetings, when entering the room, each member should bow before the pyramid and then go to their place.

The letters D and P found on the left and right sides of the pyramid meant "Deo Proximo" or Near God.

At the base of the pyramid were scattered stone blocks inviting the initiate to complete the "Great Work".