Why Is This Printed on Our Money?
Hypothesis: There are Major Bombings in the United States that have been printed on U.S. Currency several years before the events actually happened.
ALL OF THE BILLS ARE FOLDED THE EXACT SAME WAY:
“This IDENTICAL folding method eliminates the situation of: ‘folding it any way you want to & seeing whatever you want to see’. This is now a matter of statistical impossibility, not chance or coincidence.”
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The new $100 bill+ $10 bill = NYC Nuke. When the new $100 Bill was finally released to the public, it finished the story from the $10 Bill that started with the missile launch and tidal wave. The two bills together tell the story of a nuclear event taking place on the East Coast promulgated by the U.S. Government– which is spiritually inspired by Satan and his fallen angels.
“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.” EPHESIANS 6:12
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An Illustrated History of American Currency Design. It’s not just paper. From the first notes issued by the Continental Congress to the latest star-spangled bills released by the Federal Reserve, the history of money in America is laced with rebellion, propaganda, and—of course—lots and lots of wealth.
The history specifically serves as a curious lens through which to understand the origins of this complicated nation. Like the government itself, money in America dates back to 1776 when the Continental Congress issued the country’s first official dollar bills. But before and well after that, it had been a free-for-all with any bank or state able to issue its own currency.
It wasn’t until the 20th century that the nation’s currency would be standardized and even recognizable to present-day observers.
On April 20, 2016, the Treasury announced a major redesign of American paper currency. For the first time in over a century, women will appear on banknotes—specifically the $20, $10, and $5 bills. It’s the beginning of a new era of American money design.
For more information read: The History of American Currency