Deunov’s Prophecy: Agartha, 2012 and the New World Era
By Wayne H. Purdin
Take out a dollar bill and look on the back. The “all-seeing eye” and unfinished pyramid are Masonic symbols, placed there in 1935 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was a 32nd degree Freemason. His Vice President, Henry A. Wallace, also a 32nd degree Freemason and a disciple of the Russian mystic Nicholas Roerich, encouraged Roosevelt to use the eye and pyramid from the back of the Great Seal of the United States to mint a coin, but Roosevelt opted instead to put it on the back of the paper dollar. In the 1930s, before he was elected vice president, Wallace addressed Roerich in letters as “Dear Guru,” a fact that came out during Wallace’s campaign for the presidency in 1948. (White & Maze, 1995)
But how did the all-seeing eye get on the Great Seal in the first place? The all-seeing eye is a symbol that has been used by secret societies like the Freemasons and other organizations of the Great White Brotherhood (which is a heavenly association of white-aura masters from all paths dedicated to effecting good on Earth) for hundreds of years. Peter Deunov, the founder of the Universal White Brotherhood of Bulgaria, used it as the symbol for wisdom in his pentagram of the perfected man.
According to Manly P.Hall in TheSecret Destiny of America:
The pyramid and the all-seeing eye represent the Universal House surmounted by the radiant emblem of the Great Architect of the Universe.... (Hall is referring here to the Elohim Cyclopea, one of the builders of form, who created the material universe.)
Here is represented the great pyramid of Gizah, composed of 13 rows of masonry, showing 72 stones... which represent, in turn, the laws, powers, and energies of Nature by which the perfection of man is achieved...
There is only one possible origin for these symbols, and that is the secret societies which came to this country 150 years before the Revolutionary War. (Hall, 1944)
Some people interpret the banner under the pyramid, which reads “Novus Ordo Seclorum,” as “New World Order.” They point to it as evidence of a plot by the Freemasons to establish a sinister one-world government. But the phrase actually means “New Order of the Ages” and was adapted by the seal’s designer, Charles Thomson, from a line in Virgil’s Eclogue IV, a pastoral poem that expresses the longing for a golden age of peace and happiness, which the Greeks and Romans of Virgil’s time knew as the highest era in Plato’s Annus Magnus or ‘Great Year’: “Now comes the last age of the Cumaean song; the great order of the ages arises anew.” This was Henry Wallace’s vision that he expressed to Roerich in a letter as “the breaking of the New Day when the people of Shamballa [place of peace] would create an era of peace and plenty.” (White & Maze, 1995) Who are the “people of Shamballa,” where is it, and what role will it play in the coming of this golden age?
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