Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Star of David on the One Dollar Bill

On the one dollar bill at the back there's an Eagle. Above the Eagle's head there are stars in the shape of the six pointed Star of David.

The one dollar bill is a replica of The Great Seal of the United States, which was made in 1782.
IMHO the 13 stars are arranged in the form of the double tetraktys.

In the Morgan Coin 1899, produced in New Orleans, the six pointed symbol is plainly visible. The Barber Half Dollar 1892-1915 had the 6 pointed star on the obverse, and the 5 pointed star on the reverse.

French anti-Semitic and anti-War message from 1942 analyzes the symbols of the American dollar as symbols of a conspiracy:

- The Eagle of Israel
- The Triangle
- The Eye of Jehovah or the Masonic Eye
- 13 letters of the motto
- 13 stars in the halo
- 13 arrows
- 13 branches of an olive tree
- 13 steps of the unfinished pyramid

From Lindsey Galloway, "The Signs Still Point to Ross," U.S. News & World Report, 14 August 2006
Philadelphia upholsterer Betsy Ross is the reason that the United States has five-pointed stars on its flag instead of six-pointed ones. When George Washington and the secret committee organized to create the flag visited Ross in June 1776, Ross objected to the design because the six-pointed star was commonly employed in English heraldry. She demonstrated the ease of making the new five-pointed star by folding a piece of paper and creating the star with a single scissor snip

1 comment:

zeevveez said...

In Brit-Am-Now
Gary Smith quotes a paragraph from a URL that is no longer active:

"After purchase of a guide for U.S. coins, the next step was to locate six-pointed stars on all American coins. Some stars were fat and some were thinly six-pointed. One 1795 silver dollar had on its reverse an eagle with clouds ("...a canopy" of Isa. 4:5) stretching from wingtip to wingtip. The wings and clouds encircle thirteen six-pointed stars. On the first page of this pamphlet is a copy of the Great Seal and at the top of the Seal is another encircling. Both the coin and Great Seal seem to coincide with the Scriptures of Deut. 32:10-12: "Jacob is the allotment of His inheritance...He encircled him, He cared for him...Like an eagle that stirs up its nest, That hovers over its young, He spread His wings and caught them. He carried them on His pinions. The Lord alone guided him, And there was no foreign god with him." The original Great Seal of 1782 had thirteen six-pointed stars in the pattern of a large six-pointed one. Other Scriptures about the Great Seal are!
found in: Exod. 19:4, Deut. 32:42-43 and 33:29. ...
The last common circulation coin to have the star was the U.S. silver dollar of 1921. However, the most prominent six-pointed star on any coin was a three-cent piece issued from 1851 to 1873. The silver coin featured a large six-pointed star overlaid with United States shield. Its total mintage came to 42,728,340 coins--enough coinage for any common citizen to notice its star!"