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Has anyone spent a dollar bill since Sunday?

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posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 12:44 PM
From 3 years ago:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Does the 1 dollar bill expire on July 4 2010

See first:
www.theforbiddenknowledge.com...

13 years * 18 eras = 234 years = 2 * 117 years = period 1776 - 2010
Revelation (13:18) = The mark of the Beast (666)
July 4 (2010) = 234 days + 666 days to go till the end of Maya calendar.
SQR(666) + SQR(888) = SQR(1110)

Pyramid date on 1 dollar bill equals Maya date:
1776 (June 1) = 12.8.0.0.0 (Adam Weishaupt: May (month 5) added to the first day, equals 6)
1776 (July 4) = 12.8.0.1.13 (Independence day = 33 days after June 1)
1945 (Jul 4) = 12.16.11.9.18 (End of pyramid base: after 169 years = 13 eras * 13 years)
1945 (Aug 6) = 12.16.11.11.11 (33 days after July 4 1945, Nuclear age, Hiroshima)
2010 (June 1) = 12.19.17.7.6 (The Maya date refers 234 years back to 1776)
2010 (July 4) = 12.19.17.8.19 (33 days later, expiry date of Pyramid seal on 1 dollar ?)
2012 (Dec 20) = 12.19.19.17.19 (234 days + 666 days after 1 dollar bill expiry date)
2012 (Dec 21) = 13.0.0.0.0 (Next day: Start of new Maya cycle, time = 11:11 AM)

When the FIRST numerology prediction is shown to be correct, then you guys can start with them again. But how about a moratorium on this dreck?

Or this stuff:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

The new 2012

I have a feeling the new 2012 is 2010.

But know this, 7-4-2010. Destiny open together two. Two? Two birds of ecstasy. Mystery (July) open together two. Two? Two different last days at the same precise time. One of the two days happening the same earth day is a rapture day teleporting persons up, the other of the two days happening the same earth day is a cast day teleporting persons down. Up is where a man's paradise is. Down is where every devil's hell is.

Does anyone else have a feeling 2012 is 2010?

I guess the idea is to predict as many cockamamie things as possible, then point to the ONE hit you might eventually get. It's like cold reading for people with no social skills.

posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 12:58 PM
I used a dollar bill just this morning to pay for a can of Coke.

I think I have developed an apt metaphor regarding predictions on ATS. Posters take a date range and label that range as "a time when something happens" but that something is usually only identified as "something big" or "something bad". An example would be "this week something bad is going to happen"; and then something that can be construed as "bad" does occur so automatically the supposed "predictor" is validated.

Think of a shotgun shell full of buckshot. If you close your eyes and aim in the general direction of a target and fire chances are you'll hit the target with at least one of the pellets in the shell. Now imagine how crazy it would be to call that person a sharp shooter because one little buckshot pellet hit the target.

The above was an example of a fail and I am glad someone brought this failed attempt to light.
The predictions on ATS are the same thing. People make vague predictions with a wide range of dates and then are praised as prognosticators because "something" happened "sometime". I have yet to see someone say "on this particular single day this particular event will occur" with any degree of success.

posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 12:58 PM
I most certainly have. I bought two bottles of faygo.

posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 01:19 PM

Originally posted by fnord
I most certainly have. I bought two bottles of faygo.

I paid my annual Illuminati dues with a suitcase full of them.

posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 01:23 PM
Silver is starting to be used as a currency again. I was at the Free State Project's 2010 Porcfest on the weekend of June 24th and there was clearly silver trading going on. Silver usage has also re-started in Pennsylvania.

See:
DelValleySilver.com
ShireSilver.com
OpenCurrency.com
SilverAnnex.com (coming soon, I think it will be BIG)

posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 01:24 PM

I just smelled the 1 dollar bills in my wallet. They don't smell spoiled as of yet. Maybe it's like milk and they are still good for a few days after the expiratation date.

posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 01:29 PM

Originally posted by tamusan

I just smelled the 1 dollar bills in my wallet. They don't smell spoiled as of yet. Maybe it's like milk and they are still good for a few days after the expiratation date.

"Does this dollar taste funny to you?"

posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 01:56 PM

Star and Flag!

I like it when when we get to see another failed prediction! Thanks for finding it.

I think we must drink too much soda, as I spent my dollar bill this morning on Mt. Dew!

posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 03:37 PM
Giving this another bump.

I can't wait for December whatever, 2012 to roll on by, so that one can get posted too!
Does anyone remember the book '5/5/2000 Ice, the Ultimate Disaster.' by Richard Noone?
It predicted TEOTWAWKI on the date in the title, due to a certain alignment of the planets in our solar system.

Sound familiar? This time it is a "galactic" alignment, so it's foolproof that we're all gonna die.

[edit on 7-7-2010 by butcherguy]

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