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An unfinished pyramid with thirteen layers of blocks on the reverse of the seal, inscribed on its base with the date 1776 in Roman numerals. Where the top of the pyramid should be, the so-called Eye of Providence watches over it. The shadow cast by the pyramid from the rising sun represents the undiscovered lands to the west. The sun, which is rising, represents that a new nation has begun. Two mottos appear: Annuit Cœptis signifies that the Eye of Providence has "nodded at (our) beginnings."[1] Novus Ordo Seclorum, a quotation from Virgil, means "a new order of the ages" (commonly, and imprecisely, rendered New World Order). The reverse has never been cut (as a Seal) but appears, for example, on the back of the one-dollar bill. This seal is mentioned in lots of books by for example Dan Brown.
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