The Great American Seal

Great American Seal

Great American Seal

The top of the Great Seal pyramid shows an eye-in-triangle, which has been associated with Sirius, the Eye of God, the pineal gland, and the Illuminati. The seal appears on the US dollar bill. It shows a 13-step [13=1+3=4=time] pyramid with the date 1776 [1776=21=3=3rd dimension] in Roman numerals, on it. 

The pyramid has has 91 steps on each of the 4 sides, making 364 in all, plus the top level giving the number 365, the Great Seal pyramid also has an encoded calendrical meaning. The pyramids has 4 sides of 13 levels which comes to 52, which is the number of weeks in our year. 13 and 52 are key numbers in the Mayan calendar systems

Linked with the movement of the knowledge from Egypt and the Middle East, to Europe, moving to the American and the Freemasons who created a nation called the United States of America in the 18th century. They placed the eye on the dollar bill. They designed the blueprint for the architecture around the nation's capitol, based on the patterns of sacred geometry.

NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM – Origin and Meaning
of the Motto Beneath the American Pyramid

"Novus Ordo Seclorum" was the motto suggested in 1782 by Charles Thomson, the Founding Father chosen by the Continental Congress to come up with the final design for the Great Seal of the United States.

On June 20, 1782, Congress approved Thomson's design for both sides of the Great Seal whose official description states:

"On the base of the pyramid the numerical letters MDCCLXXVI
& underneath the following motto. 'novus ordo seclorum'.
"

He put the motto at the bottom of the reverse side where its meaning ties into the imagery above it: the unfinished pyramid with the date MDCCLXXVI (1776).

Thomson did not provide an exact translation of the motto, but he explained its symbolism: Novus Ordo Seclorum signifies "the beginning of the new American Æra," which commences from 1776.

 

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