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The Dollar Bill Essay, Research Paper All of the symbols on the one dollar bill have an historical connection with the oldest, largest, and most prominent secret society in the world, the Freemasons. Freemasonry s origin predates the American Revolution. Early in the 18th century the British Empire in its quest for world power needed a covert intelligence gathering agency with effective access to the people of Europe. Masonic lodges, which were basically Catholic institutions for building cathedrals, schools, and other structures were widely in use across Europe during the Middle Ages. About 1717 the British Secret Intelligence Service began to systematically purge the ranks of Masonry of Catholic influences. Covert intelligence gathering was hidden from rank and file Masons

behind stories of Jewish antiquities and Christian Knighthood along with the occult cover of a multitude of mysterious degrees on initiation. During the 18th century Freemasonry was always patriotic in Great Britain, but in America and France Freemasonry was a primary revolutionary force. Britain s token resistance to the American Revolution allowed New Age (novus ordo seclorum) Deists and Freemasons to install a Masonic republic in North America complete with checks and balances designed to make it subservient to the money power of the Bank of England. Freemasonry is an unofficial branch of the governments of Great Britain and the United States, and these governments see to it that the subject of Freemasonry is not discussed in the school systems. After young men and sometimes

women demonstrate that they can keep the harmless secrets of Masonic ceremonies, passwords and signs they become prime candidates for key positions in government agencies. In order to become a Mason one must first win the approval of a Mason and be sponsored in as a first degree, Entered Apprentice. Later one can advance to the second degree called Fellow Craft. After rising to third degree, Master Mason status one can obtain additional degrees by choosing to go the route of the Scottish Rite or he may take the other fork on the Masonic road by traveling along the York Rite. Brother George. Let s go ahead and examine the symbols on the one dollar bill and find the hidden Masonic influence. The largest symbol on the dollar bill is the portrait of George Washington. Masons for many

years have taken great pride in the fact that George Washington was an ardent Mason. He was a member of two lodges (plural membership being permitted in Virginia), he was the charter Master of Alexandria Lodge, later changed to Alexandria-Washington Lodge. He took his oath of office as President of the United States on the Bible of St. John s Lodge of New York City, and took part in Masonic ceremonies in laying the corner stone of the capital in Washington, D.C. The Great Seal In the Great Seal of the United States, as pictured on the back of the one dollar bill, is an eagle whose right wing has 32 feathers, the number of ordinary degrees in Scottish Rite Freemasonry. The left wing has 33 feathers, the additional feather corresponding to the Thirty-Third Degree of the Scottish

Rite conferred for outstanding Masonic service. The 9 feathers in the tail correspond to the nine degrees in the York Rite. The eagle is a symbol of St. John the Evangelist, the great patron of Freemasonry. The arrows in its left talon refer to King David, a man of many wars and of much bloodshed. The olive branch in its right talon, the peaceful reign of Solomon who built the temple at Jerusalem. The 13 stars above the eagle s head represent Jacob and his 12 sons or tribes of Israel and form the star of David which reminds a Masons of King David s dream of building a temple which his son King Solomon finally realized. The 13 stars, in double triangular form and one in the center, are symbolical of the delivery of the children of Israel from their oppressors and their attainment