One of the main
reasons behind the U.S. wanting to control Iran and their nukes perhaps resides within this
discovery I have to offer:
And on the Legal tender of the U.S. One Dollar bill you will find in Latin:
"E PLURIBUS UNUM", meaning "Out of many, One." *
"ANNUIT COEPTIS", means "He/She/It has approved our Beginnings." *
SECLORUM", is interpreted to mean "New Order for the Ages (To Come)."
Much Peace, Love & Light,
* E(x) Pluribus Unum - does not mean "One nation from many people", but "Out of the many, one" representing how the Original Thirteen Colonies came together under one flag, making one out of many. Virgil originally coined it describing how many colors coming together formed one single color.
* Annuit Coeptis - does not mean "God has approved our undertakings". The phrase comes from annuere (to approve) in the third person singular - annuit. Coeptis follows coeptum which comes from the verb coeptere, translating as beginnings or undertakings. There is no Deus here;, rightly translated it just says "He/She/It has approved our beginnings". We must remember also that the Founding Fathers of the United States had Deist-leaning views, so more likely, the He/She/It is Divine Providence of which Jefferson speaks about, rather than the Christian God.
* Novus Ordo Seclorum does not mean "New World Order" or "New Order for the World" or anything with World in it. (That would be Novus Ordo Mundi). Seclorum is the plural genitive of saeculum meaning century, age or period of time. "Novus" is not best left as "New" but "A New thing". So, the appropriate, albeit widely disregarded, translation, would be "A New Order for the Ages [to Come]", signifying the change from an oppressive Monarchy to a Constitutional Republic.
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