Don't know if this has been stated but the dragon on the backside of the bill has a heel with a snake in it. And it is remicecint of the prophecy in
(Genesis 3:15) And I will put enmity between you and the woman and between your offspring and her offspring. He will crush your head, and you will
strike him in the heel.”
It seems that the person making this thought that the snake was striking the heel.
But that is wrong. Revelation tell us that the dragon is the original serpent:
(Revelation 12:7-9) . . .And war broke out in heaven: Miʹcha·el and his angels battled with the dragon, and the dragon and its angels battled
8 but they did not prevail, nor was a place found for them any longer in heaven. 9 So down the great dragon was hurled, the original serpent, the
one called Devil and Satan, who is misleading the entire inhabited earth; he was hurled down to the earth, and his angels were hurled down with him.
Satan the Devil is the original serpent. The one cursed in Genesis 3:15 and it was the dragon that was to give the heel wound to the seed, or
descendant of the woman. The dragon was to receive a head wound from the descendant of the woman (which is Jesus Christ.) Jesus received the heel
wound from the dragon, or Satan when he was put to death. But he was raised back to life after parts of three days in Sheol, or hell, mankind's common
Now Revelation reveals to us that the dragon, or Satan is the real ruler of the world, and the power behind all of the thrones, or political powers on
earth. Jehovah has exposed it...
(Revelation 13:2) . . .Now the wild beast that I saw was like a leopard, but its feet were like those of a bear, and its mouth was like a lion’s
mouth. And the dragon gave to the beast its power and its throne and great authority.
That the dragon rests the way he does among iconic political icons shows us that Satan is the real ruler of the world.
Apologize.The snake did strike the heel, but not of the serpent, or dragon, but of the woman. The serpent was striking the heel of a woman, not of the
dragon (the serpent is the dragon.)
edit on 14-9-2016 by GailNot because: (no reason given)