Owl found on Ten Dollar Bill along with faces, sniper and initials

Took the time to look at the back of a (2009) 10 dollar bill blown up in photoshop. Wasn’t really expecting to find anything but was I surprised when I did. Just like the one dollar bill which has an owl. The ten dollar bill printed in 2009 has more than just an owl. View for yourself and you decide. Please subscribe and thanks for watching.

A look at the history behind one of the Illuminati’s more favored ‘mascots’ . That could only be the Canaanite deity, Molech (sometimes Moloch) whom to this day is still generally symbolised as an owl.

resource: http://www.moneyfactory.gov/uscurrency/theproductionprocess.html

From engraver to plate maker, every BEP employee involved in the steps leading to the Intaglio press checks and re-checks his or her work for any sort of flaw, no matter how small. Dents, seams, or scratches in the die or plate will hold ink and create a printed mark, so defects during these preparatory stages would leave a blemish on every note printed from that die or plate.

Even the thickness of the printing plate is scrutinized; the margin of error is only +/- 0.0003 (three ten-thousandths) of an inch. That’s 1/10th the thickness of a human hair.
Throughout the printing processes, minor printing imperfections may have occurred, either through printing or the handling process. In order to ensure only the highest quality sheets proceed to the numbering operation, the face and back of the sheets are thoroughly examined using state-of-the-art computer technology.

As the sheets pass through the system at the rate of about 8,000 sheets per hour, a transmissive camera is used to inspect the paper by looking through the sheets to ensure the thread and portrait watermark are in the correct position. In addition, two separate cameras take a digital picture of both the front and back of the sheets, breaking the images down into four million tiny pixels. After the sheets are trimmed, a trim camera takes measurements of the sheets. All data is gathered from the sheets and compared to what is considered a perfect “golden image,” and within three tenths of a second, the computer decides if the sheet is acceptable or a reject, looking for defects such as ink spots, ink deficiencies, or smears.

The source of the face on the $10 bill is John Trumbull’s 1805 portrait of Hamilton that belongs to the portrait collection of New York City Hall.

Donation Link: https://www.paypal.com/webapps/mpp/send-money-online

email: [email protected]

They are greatly appreciated and will help improve the channel. Thank You!

Leave a Reply