Blue Book: The Secret Book of Redemption (pictures from Neil Keenan)

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posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 09:39 PM
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Blue Book established the blood lines. Queen E and Bill C are in it…Most of the Royal Families are in it. They have kept the money amongst the families from the very beginning.


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The page comes with seven 2560 x 1920 pictures which can be clicked on here for convenience:

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Does anybody have any more information on this? I've done multiple ATS and Google searches with no results. Are these pictures the real deal, or was the book fabricated? If the book is real, the contents of it could be important.




posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 09:49 PM
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This is pretty awesome if it is what I think it is...

Is this proof of pretty much everything everybody has been talking about on here for the past 5 years ?

Hopefully there is more info...



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 10:11 PM
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A few things make it a bit suspect:
* Comments have been disallowed on the blog entry. Any blogger who does this should immediately be taken with a large grain of salt.
* The font in the pages look quite modern, either Arial or Nimbus Sans, which you'd never find in literature until fairly recently. They simply weren't found on typewriters or printing equipment then.
* Has any third-party examined the book?
* The pages are totally intact. All the books I've seen from before the 1930s had fragments missing from each page, and large sections break off easily if not handled very carefully.
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posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 10:19 PM
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I'm not sure if it's proof or not. I'm hoping some people can point out if these pictures have any flaws on them.


Originally posted by XeroOne
A few things make it a bit suspect:
* Comments have been disallowed on the blog entry. Any blogger who does this should immediately be taken with a large grain of salt.


The comments are disabled on all the articles.



* The font in the pages look quite modern, either Arial or Nimbus Sans, which you'd never find in literature until fairly recently. They simply weren't found on typewriters or printing equipment then.


Can you prove this definitively? It would go a long way in debunking this.



* Has any third-party examined the book?


It's from Neil Keenan, so you'd have to find a way to ask that question to him either directly or to somebody who knows him.



* The pages are totally intact. All the books I've seen from before the 1930s had fragments missing from each page, and large sections break off easily if not handled very carefully.


Actually, if you look at the second picture, there is a page that is cut off.



posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 10:30 PM
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I was a rare currency specialist for a very prestigious auction house in Dallas, TX. Those bills and that box look like the real deal. But the box is in pretty bad shape.


Not sure about the book...

ETA: If those 100k notes are real, each stack is worth millions of dollars. A single 100k note auctions for much more than face value, and in that condition, those pieces represent possibly some of the best examples in existence.
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posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 10:34 PM
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The comments are disabled on all the articles.

But still, I distrust any source that disables comments. To me that's a sign the author's not willing to defend an argument or allow flaws to be pointed out. But that's just a personal thing.

Hopefully I can find something to back this one up, but I came across numerous books dating from the 1880s onwards, plus various equipment used by the civil service prior to the 1980s (loads of 'installations' being quietly vacated as the Cold War came to an end). Nowhere have I seen any font resembling that in the book. The font also appears too 'clean', too perfect to be reproduced by a mechanical press.

Something like this was also proved a fake (Hitler's Diary or some such) because the author made the mistake of including a character/symbol that wasn't present on typewriters in the year it was supposedly written.
Link here...

Can you prove this definitively? It would go a long way in debunking this.


Actually, if you look at the second picture, there is a page that is cut off.

Hard to explain what I mean, without being able to show another book from the 1930s as an example. Basically there should be tears and missing fragments around each page of the book. There are exceptions to this with high-quality paper, but certainly not with paper with that level of discolouration.
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posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 10:58 PM
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Yeah, the font does look a bit clean, although one can argue that if this is a "secret" book, they might have used that font on purpose.

One thing I want to figure out is that Kansas state flag shown in the book. According to Wikipedia, the word "KANSAS" wasn't added to the state flag until 1961, although it states that it was on the state banner from 1925 to 1927.

I also found it odd how he says that "Queen E and Bill C" are in the book, but I then remembered that the current Queen Elizabeth is actually the second one, and the current Bill Clinton is actually the third one. I wish Neil Keenan would put out more pictures of the book so that we could obtain more information. So far, I can't see any glaring errors in the content of the text itself.
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posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 11:07 PM
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I also found it odd how he says that "Queen E and Bill C" are in the book, but I then remembered that the current Queen Elizabeth is actually the second one, and the current Bill Clinton is actually the third one.

Oh, sh!t, yeah! Well spotted. The Queen wasn't coronated until 1952 (or thereabouts), and there was no way the book's supposed authors could have known she would be crowned, since Edward would have still been king had he not suddenly abdicated a year or two later.
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posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 02:11 AM
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On Picture #01 you can clearly see the Book was in a Leadbox-containment, lying under the book the man is holding in his hand are the remains from the surrounding Leadstrap of the box that they openend.
I have seen the like before



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 02:25 AM
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WHOA~!

ok .. i'm a bit confused atm...

where did this guy get this book at ? or from whom??



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 04:40 AM
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Great Find SI~~! S&F for sure..

and why isn't this being flagged to the sky..

this is proof people.. we have a member who said the money looked like the real deal ..

NOW.. tell me this is a conspiracty !



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 09:16 AM
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Originally posted by OrphenFire
I was a rare currency specialist for a very prestigious auction house in Dallas, TX. Those bills and that box look like the real deal. But the box is in pretty bad shape.

A single 100k note auctions for much more than face value...


If you actually were a rare currency specialist you would know that the $100,000 dollar gold certificates have never come up for auction and that most were destroyed in the 1960's. They were never available to the public and it is illegal for a private citizen to own one. A handful of examples remain, all of them owned by the United States Government, with few on display in various locations.

The notes are obviously fake.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 12:44 PM
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I've seen one 100k gold note at auction... It sold for over $350k.

Edit: I just did an archive search of the auction house I worked at and the highest I found was the $10,000 gold certificates...

This is disheartening because I could swear I remember seeing a $100,000 gold note. I remember physically handling it... Maybe it was a $10,000 and my memory is faulty.
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posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 01:45 PM
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Originally posted by OrphenFire
Edit: I just did an archive search of the auction house I worked at and the highest I found was the $10,000 gold certificates...

This is disheartening because I could swear I remember seeing a $100,000 gold note. I remember physically handling it... Maybe it was a $10,000 and my memory is faulty.


As I stated earlier, no private citizen is able to own, sell or buy a $100,000 gold certificate. Additionally, the large denomination currency ($500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000) of the 1934 series, while issued as both treasury notes and gold certificates, are only available to the public as treasury notes. The gold certificates in these denominations are also not legally available for private citizens to own. They were never released as they were printed after the nation was taken off the gold standard and were used only internally.

The notes in the Original Post are fakes.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 01:48 PM
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Originally posted by OrphenFire
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I've seen one 100k gold note at auction... It sold for over $350k.

Edit: I just did an archive search of the auction house I worked at and the highest I found was the $10,000 gold certificates...

This is disheartening because I could swear I remember seeing a $100,000 gold note. I remember physically handling it... Maybe it was a $10,000 and my memory is faulty.
edit on 8/19/2012 by OrphenFire because: (no reason given)


The greatest people in the world are those unsung heroes who can gracefully admit their own mistakes.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by AugustusMasonicus

Originally posted by OrphenFire
Edit: I just did an archive search of the auction house I worked at and the highest I found was the $10,000 gold certificates...

This is disheartening because I could swear I remember seeing a $100,000 gold note. I remember physically handling it... Maybe it was a $10,000 and my memory is faulty.


As I stated earlier, no private citizen is able to own, sell or buy a $100,000 gold certificate. Additionally, the large denomination currency ($500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000) of the 1934 series, while issued as both treasury notes and gold certificates, are only available to the public as treasury notes. The gold certificates in these denominations are also not legally available for private citizens to own. They were never released as they were printed after the nation was taken off the gold standard and were used only internally.

The notes in the Original Post are fakes.


They were "illegal" to own, until 1964, when the law was changed so collectors could own them legally. I didn't read through everything so I don't know how this person came into possession of them. I'll be researching Treaty of Versailles Banks when I have time.
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posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 02:20 PM
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Originally posted by Bilk22
They were "illegal" to own, until 1964, when the law was changed so collectors could own them legally. I didn't read through everything so I don't know how this person came into possession of them. I'll be researching Treaty of Versailles Banks when I have time.


They are still illegal to own and no private collector has one. You will have an impossible task of trying to produce a sale, trade or buyer for any large denomination gold certificate as none exists. Stop perpetuating faslehoods.

If you disagree than (pun intended) show me the money.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 02:28 PM
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Originally posted by AugustusMasonicus

Originally posted by Bilk22
They were "illegal" to own, until 1964, when the law was changed so collectors could own them legally. I didn't read through everything so I don't know how this person came into possession of them. I'll be researching Treaty of Versailles Banks when I have time.


They are still illegal to own and no private collector has one. You will have an impossible task of trying to produce a sale, trade or buyer for any large denomination gold certificate as none exists. Stop perpetuating faslehoods.

If you disagree than (pun intended) show me the money.


I don't own one, but just look it up on Wiki. They are no longer illegal to own. However I do not know about the red notes, but people collect gold certificates and they are not illegal to have in your possession.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 02:39 PM
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Originally posted by Bilk22
I don't own one, but just look it up on Wiki. They are no longer illegal to own. However I do not know about the red notes, but people collect gold certificates and they are not illegal to have in your possession.


Since you obviously missed it: ALL 1934 series gold certificates (the orange-colored notes) in large denominations ($500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000 and $100,000) are illegal to own. They never have been, nor or they now legal to own. The only bills that are legal to own are treasury notes which are not orange. If you have evidence to the contrary (sales, collectors, auctions, literature) please post them. You will not find them in currency guides with any trade value indicated as they are not available.

The United States Treasury website makes this point very clear.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 02:40 PM
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Originally posted by SonicInfinity

Blue Book established the blood lines. Queen E and Bill C are in it…Most of the Royal Families are in it. They have kept the money amongst the families from the very beginning.


Source

The page comes with seven 2560 x 1920 pictures which can be clicked on here for convenience:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Does anybody have any more information on this? I've done multiple ATS and Google searches with no results. Are these pictures the real deal, or was the book fabricated? If the book is real, the contents of it could be important.


I did a little hunting around. I'm wondering if the person in the photo is the same as the person who posted this. They claim to be from the Philippines. The person in that photo can certainly be Filipino. They also claim to have the box and two bundles of the notes. The search landed on Faqs.org for Paper Money Collecting.



Also found this - The Globalist’s Fight for the American Gold Certificates hidden in the Philippines

Now I have to do some research and see why they would be in the Philippines and missing LOL Did we do something stupid in WW2 like we did in Iraq by sending $12billion in $100 bills to Iraq? Or was all that money just stolen?





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