Fascinating History of the $1 Bill

Sharing with you an email I received from a friend explaining the history of the $1 bill, which I am sure not so many in the world knows, myself included, and I am sure most Americans, too.  An important question arises after reading it, which is : Could this be the tie that binds closely the US to Israel? Just curious and I hope you are, too, if indeed this is the truth.
Who was Haym Solomon?
Read this fascinating history of the $1 bill –all the way
to the bottom to know about Haym Solomon.
Youmay be in for quite a surprise!

On the rear of the One Dollar bill, you will see two circles. Together, they comprise the Great Seal of
the United States.The First Continental Congress requested that Benjamin Franklin and a group of
men come up with a Seal. It took them four years
to accomplish this task and another two years to
get it approved.
If you look at the left-hand circle, you will see a Pyramid.
Notice the face is lighted, and the western side is
dark. This country was just beginning. We had
not begun to explore the west or decided what
we could do for Western Civilization. The Pyramid
is uncapped, again signifying that we were not
even close to being finished. Inside the Capstone
you have the all-seeing eye, an ancient symbol
for divinity. It was Franklin’s belief that one man couldn’t do it alone, but a group of men, with the
help of God, could do anything.
‘IN GOD WE TRUST’ is on this currency.
The Latin above the pyramid, ANNUIT COEPTIS, means, ‘God has favored our undertaking.’
The Latin below the pyramid, NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM, means, ‘a new order has begun.’
At the base of the pyramid is the Roman numeral
for 1776. (MDCCLXXVI)

If you look at the right-hand circle, and check it carefully, you will learn that it is on every National Cemetery in the United States .
It is also on the Parade of Flags Walkway at the Bushnell, Florida National Cemetery , and is the centerpiece of most heroes’ monuments.
Slightly modified, it is the seal of the President
of the United States , and it is always visible
whenever he speaks, yet very few people
know what the symbols mean.


The Bald Eagle was selected as a symbol for
victory for two reasons:
First, he is not afraid of a storm; he is strong,
 and he is smart enough to soar above it.
Secondly, he wears no material crown. We
had just broken from the King of England.
Also,  notice the  shield  is unsupported.
This country  can now  stand on its own.
At the  top of that  shield there  is a white
bar signifying congress, a unifying factor.
We were  coming together  as one nation.
In the Eagle’s beak you will read,
‘E PLURIBUS UNUM’
meaning, ‘from many – one.’
Above the  Eagle, we have the thirteen stars, representing  the  thirteen  original colonies,
and any  clouds of misunderstanding rolling
away. Again, we were coming together as one.
Notice what the Eagle holds in his talons. He
holds an olive branch and arrows. This country
wants peace, but we will never be afraid to fight
to preserve peace. The Eagle always wants to
face the olive branch, but in time of war, his
gaze turns toward the arrows.

An (untrue)  old-fashioned  belief  says  that the
number 13 is an unlucky number. This is almost
a worldwide  belief.  You will  almost never see a
room numbered 13, or any hotels or motels with
a 13th floor. But think about this:
America, which relies on God (not a number) to
direct and lead, boldly chose:

13 original colonies,
13 signers of the Declaration of Independence ,
13 stripes on our flag,
13 steps on the pyramid,
13 letters in ‘Annuit Coeptis’,
13 letters in ‘ E Pluribus Unum,’
13 stars above the eagle,
13 bars on that shield,
13 leaves on the olive branch,
13 fruits, and if you look closely,
13 arrows.
And finally, notice the arrangement of the
13 stars in the right-hand circle.
You will see that they are arranged as a
Star of David.
This was ordered by George Washington who, when he asked Haym Solomon, a wealthy Philadelphia
Jew, what he would like as a personal reward for
his services to the Continental Army. Solomon
said he wanted nothing for himself, but he would
like something for his people. The Star of David
was the result. Few people know it was Solomon
who saved the Army through his financial contributionsthen died a pauper. Haym
Solomon gave $25 million to savethe
Continental Army, money that was sorely
needed to helprealizeAmerica’s –our
freedom andindependence from England .
Therein lies America’s Judeo-Christian beginning.
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8 comments on “Fascinating History of the $1 Bill

  1. Jeff Lippi says:

    Well,you got my curiosity going on this one.Here’s a link that sorts out the fiction from the truth.The article starts off the same way that your blog does…..but scroll down to the lower section for the sorting out part.By the way,Benjamin Franklin was an interesting person.My favorite Ben Franklin quote is “Beer is proof that there really is a God that loves us.”
    http://www.snopes.com/business/money/solomon.asp

    • quierosaber says:

      Thanks for the link. It was a good rebuttal! Had my doubts,too, thus, the last phrase “if indeed this is the truth.” Re your favorite Ben Franklin quote, my addition to complete it is: “And God named it San Miguel beer!”

      • Jeff Lippi says:

        I haven’t had a San Miguel beer for quite some time.It use to be easy to buy over here,but I haven’t seen it for sale lately.It might be my imagination,but after the Philippines threw out the American bases,it seems that San Miguel disappeared from the store shelves.Knowing the USA government,that was probably their way of jabbing the Philippines’ pocketbook.At least I can still get ampalaya.Calamansi falls into the same category as San Miguel beer….it’s here….but where.

      • quierosaber says:

        I like the bottle more than the can. Cold! You are missing something good there, Jeff.

    • quierosaber says:

      I think this is the truth that matters most. Thanks. Good read. Nice tribute to the guy.

      • Jeff Lippi says:

        I’m glad to see the conspiracy theory people have not latched onto this.They would be linking the generosity of this Jewish gentleman to the Rothchilds,who were supposedly of Jewish decent and were already powerful bankers back then.It wouLd be another reason for them to scream that the Jews really control the USA.

      • quierosaber says:

        I agree. Not so palatable to many.

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