'Unity In Diversity' = 'E Pluribus Unum' (latin) included in the Seal of the USA. First US coins with this motto were dated 1786!

'Unity In Diversity' = 'E Pluribus Unum' (latin) included in the Seal of the USA. First US coins with this motto were dated 1786!
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Sunday, July 18, 2010 02:11 am

What\'s your point, MoSha?

US World Conquest
the 13 Penta-Stars forming the Hexa-\'Star of David\'?

13 Mini SofDs forming a big SofD like a sun with a haze
13 letters E PLURIBUS UNUM (twisted latin to match the number)
13 white and red stripes

13 olives in a twig with
13 leaves
13 arrows

6 times 13 to match the desired Holy Number for a new beginning

13 = Restart

thirteenth hour, thirteenth month, the next cycle of twelve begins


E pluribus unum, Latin for \"Out of many, one\"


While Annuit cЕ“ptis and Novus ordo seclorum appear on the reverse side of the great seal, E pluribus unum appears on the obverse side of the seal (Designed by Charles Thomson), the image of which is used as the national emblem of the United States, and appears on official documents such as passports. It also appears on the seal of the President and in the seals of the Vice President of the United States, of the United States Congress, of the United States House of Representatives, of the United States Senate and on the seal of the United States Supreme Court. E pluribus unum, written in capital letters, is included on most U.S. currency, with some exceptions to the letter spacing (such as the reverse of the dime). It is also embossed on the edge of the dollar coin. (See United States coinage and paper bills in circulation).

[the idea was the creation of the USA as role model for the world conquest?]

Originally suggesting that out of many colonies or states emerge a single nation, in recent years it has come to suggest that out of many peoples, races, religions and ancestries has emerged a single people and nation – illustrating the concept of the melting pot.[9]

Welcome to The E Pluribus Unum Project
designed for the use of students, teachers, and other researchers who wish to examine the attempt to make \"one from many\" in three critical decades of American life: the 1770s, the 1850s, and the 1920s.

What Benjamin Franklin wrote
about the US Bald Eagle on the Seal of the United States


I wish that the bald eagle had not been chosen as the representative of our country, he is a bird of bad moral character, he does not get his living honestly, you may have seen him perched on some dead tree, where, too lazy to fish for himself, he watches the labor of the fishing-hawk, and when that diligent bird has at length taken a fish, and is bearing it to its nest for the support of his mate and young ones, the bald eagle pursues him and takes it from him.... Besides he is a rank coward; the little kingbird, not bigger than a sparrow attacks him boldly and drives him out of the district. He is therefore by no means a proper emblem for the brave and honest. . . of America.. . . For a truth, the turkey is in comparison a much more respectable bird, and withal a true original native of America . . . a bird of courage, and would not hesitate to attack a grenadier of the British guards, who should presume to invade his farmyard with a red coat on.

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