posted on Sep, 9 2012 @ 03:22 PM
Originally posted by Bilk22
Yes I'm suggesting just that. Prophecy, as in any religion or cult, is what moves the belief forward from generation to generation. Many of the
Founding Fathers were Freemasons. Our currency has Masonic symbols. Our currency has been redesigned numerous times, yet the Masonic symbols remain
intact. Franklin Roosevelt, who was a Freemason, required that the redesign of the dollar bill meet his approval. This design has seen very little
change since 1935. It's undeniable that Masonic imagery and symbolism are incorporated in our currency. What would be the logical explanation for
I'm curious, what does the advancement in technology have to do with anything?
edit on 9-9-2012 by Bilk22 because: (no reason given)
Firstly, if you are talking about Freemasonry, it is not a religion or a cult. It's a brotherhood. Secondly, how comes you only question ONE aspect
on the dollar bill but not the rest? Let's see, as you have said yourself, many of our founding fathers were Freemasons, and lo' and behold, many of
our founding fathers are on these dollar bills. In fact, there are no "new" presidents on any dollar bills in the U.S. Yes, the supposed Masonic
symbology has been left on the bill but so has the previous presidents. If they should change one aspect, they should change it all, no?
Many of the founding fathers that helped develop our system of currency were Freemasons. Do you think it is possible that maybe they don't change
anything because there is no need to? Shouldn't we keep the tradition of giving attribute to the previous presidents and Freemasons that established
this currency? Or should we just say "Thanks for this, now piss off!" and wipe any and all elements of history and attribute from the dollar?
Many of the monuments, memorials, and statues around the United States have Freemasonry influence and symbology (such as "secret" handshakes). They
were created at the time when Freemasonry was prominent, just like the dollar bill. Should we destroy these statues or change them just because the
times are different or should we leave them up to commemorate their historical value?
I, for one, think it would be a spit in the face to our founding fathers to remove the Masonic symbols from anything in America. That's their legacy
and it is left up as a sign of the men that helped establish this country.
It's not Illuminati Kuhscheiße.