Image analysis casts doubt on authenticity of NAU currency images

Posted on November 8th, 2009 Dan

Although I don’t agree that this amounts to 100% proof, it raises some valid questions and leaves me even more dubious about about this supposed NAU currency submitted by a Federal Jack reader.

via Revolutionnot.com

The image:
FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE SPECIMENS
THE FINAL REVISION – 2010 SERIES – INITIAL PRINTING
(The front face on the left, the back with image on the right. 1, 5, 10, 20 50, 100, 200)
PRETRIAL SPECIMENS ONLY – NOT AUTHORIZED FOR CIRCULATION OR PUBLIC RELEASE
PNISHABLE UNDER THE USC TITLE 18, PART I, CHAPTER 17, § 334

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The text here says to me that these claim to be scans of actual bills off the printing press. How true is this? Let’s find out!

Only one other country has a 200 unit note: Switzerland. To counter balance this, the only other $200 bill was fake and had G.W. Bush on it.

The One unit bill has UNO written on the back over the lower left numeral. No other denomination here has any Spanish text so prominent. That would be an important usability feature for transactions.

There is no currency specified. All these NAU bills say the denomination but not the currency. Euros even say ‘EYPΩ’ (The Greek spelling of ‘EURO’) in addition to ‘EURO’. If it said Ameros on it or some other unnamed currency, then I’d believe it.

The image was “created” by Picasa 3.0. It’s in the JPEG Header. I doubt anyone at the Federal Reserve Manages enough images to warrant a photo manager. Even then, they wouldn’t use Picasa due to its social features and the security risks that poses with something so sensitive. You can basically click a button and share the image with the world. They wouldn’t allow this. Not at all. Having worked at a large financial institution, unauthorized software is punishable by explicit and swift firing. There may have been an intermediary that used Picasa and it resaved the file with it’s own heading, but it’s very dubious.

The text around the illuminati symbol says: “Domus Aedificata est” and “Novus Ordo Mundi” which translates to “This house was built for me” and “New World Order,” respectively. The Roman date below the illuminati pyramid is 1776 which has no NAU meaning. The influence of the Federal Reserve in these bills would make 1913 a much more important date to signify under the illuminati.

The current US bills have a marking on them to describe their location in the sheet. Here are samples of these bills where you can clearly see the location in the sheet at the bottom of each snapshot.
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Here are the sheet position markings on these bills:

  • 1 – L1
  • 5 – A4
  • 10 – A2
  • 20 – A1
  • 50 – A7
  • 100 – G1
  • 200 – F3

If these bills were printed they were pulled randomly out of each stack for the scan. There is a chance of this happening. The damning evidence is if these bills were produced from the same presses as our US Dollar Bills are printed now, there is no such position as L1 nor A7 unless the one unit and fifty unit paper is exactly twice the size. Together, the paper would be 4 times the normal size. In other words, to get a bill in position L7 the paper would be huge (as in, four times the normal size). This is not how bills are printed. These things are standardized for efficiency, quality, and cost.

The fact that there are bankers and important people to the Federal Reserve on the bills is utter non-sense. This would never happen. There is too much pent up anger at banks in North America (all over the world really) and no one would stand for it. Most people have no idea who these people are!

  • 1 – Charles S. Hamlin – First Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
  • 5 – Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich – Politician instrumental in setting up the Federal Reserve.
  • 10 – William Gibbs McAdoo – U.S. Senator, United States Secretary of the Treasury and director of the United States Railroad Administration. Served as an “ex-officio member” on the first Federal Reserve Board.
  • 20 – Edward Mandell House – Laid the groundwork for establishment of the Council on Foreign Relations.
  • 50 – Paul Moritz WarburgHelp to found of the Federal Reserve System. He was appointed a member of the first Federal Reserve Board.
  • 100 – John D. Rockefeller Advocated for the Federal Reserve (at least)
  • 200 – John Pierpont Morgan The most powerful banker before the Federal Reserve System

There are a number of elements that “show through” the bills and when comparing them, some elements are missing. One side is much more transparent than the other. The most interesting evidence is that the partial numbers on the two sides of all the bills don’t form a perfect number while the text “THE UNITED FEDERATION OF NORTH AMERICA” is exactly lined up with the background fade of the opposite text. This technique exactly lines up so you can read the denomination very clearly when holding a bill up to the light including in the Euro. A notable point is that the “faded see-through” of the number pieces an each side is a perfect denomination despite the fact that superimposing an aligned, flipped reverse side does not produce a perfect denomination. Each side suggests the see through nature and point out that it does line up but when you actually put it together these elements to not line up.

On the left is the Photoshop combined 50-50 faded overlay of the two sides, one side is horizontally flipped so it overlays as if you were to look through it with light on the other side. It’s completely out of alignment. Yet, as you can see from the middle and right, each denomination on each side clearly ghosts through as the whole number.
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partial-5-alignment
partial-10-alignment
partial-20-alignment
partial-50-alignment
partial-100-alignment
partial-200-alignment

This holds true for the denomination security strip in each bill as well. Superimposing lines on each side places this strip in very different places The one and five is almost there, but all the others are way off. This is the 100 bill. The strips have been highlighted in red and blue to show you how off they are. You can see the ghost of the strips without the color overlay.
strips

For clarity you can look at this enhanced image too. This is darkened to show you the see through ghosting of the reverse side a bit better.
enhanced_2010_series_for_see_through

Lastly, the bill positions on the supposed sheet of tens are all A2. This is not how they would be labeled. If this was a pretrial print run, they’d most likely do the actual bill positions in the sheet so as to test that aspect of the printing system.
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Given this analysis… I’m going to step out and say these bills are 100% fake. Clearly, the person or organization spent a lot of time trying to get it right but there are a lot of “mistakes” that an actual printed bill would not have. Any graphic designer worth their salt would have caught these mistakes. This leads me to believe they were purposefully placed there. People without the analysis ability would start speculating. People with the ability would scan the bills and say, yeah, maybe they’re real. Anyone doing real analysis would find the mistakes. These flaws are so obvious that they almost WANT people to know it’s fake.

This begs the question why go through this exercise? Who would do such a thing?

My best guess is that this is some kind of CoIntelPro. It’s an attempt to discredit the conspiracy theorists. Police use these techniques all the time. They infiltrate a group of peaceful protestors and cause violence and havoc which allows the riot police to move in with the fake reason of crowd control. But what is the purpose here?


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