Take a $1 bill. Look at the back, specifically the pyramid on the back. Pyramid.
Triangle. Three corners, three sides. Take a look at what’s written at the bottom:
Now, let’s take this into the basic context of the day, that at least some of thefew of our framers/founding fathers were, well, not quite the Biblical folks that they would have us believe.
Back to the pyramid. They have three sides, so make it three. As these not-necessarily pro-US folks were very fond of the U.S., they were fond of other things, such as much older systems of belief. One of those systems gave rise to the Roman Numeral system. M=1,000, D=500, C=100, L=50, X=10, V=5, I=1.
Let’s take the factors of ten, long thought to be whatever, and put them at the top of the pyramid. Then, let’s take the other numbers and put them at the bottom.
What do we have?
Well, the original, MDCCLXXVI = 1776, the year our country was founded.
The problem arises when you arrange them in the order of the pyramids as indicated on the back of every dollar bill, if not throughout architecture rampant all over Washington DC. You wind up with 666, the number of the beast. M=1,000. D=500. C=100. L=50. X=10. V=5. I=1. Removing the M, C, and X, it’s a simple exercise, and you wind with 666, the Number of the Beast. This works even if you consider the ancient interpretation, “six hundred, sixty, and six.” In fact, that works, precisely.
So – why is this on the back of our dollar bill? Why do these bottom numbers on the back our our dollar bills equal 666, the number of the beast, as revealed in Revelations 13:18, which states, “This calls for wisdom. If anyone has insight, let him calculate the number of the beast, for it is man’s number. His number is 666.”
In the original, it was “six hundred, sixty and six.”