We don’t want your money! (I can’t believe I said that)

Posted: March 14, 2008 in Daily Rant

What is the single most
important doctrine in Scientology

You guessed it!


But who are we to judge? We’ll gladly take your money TOO! (Just use the Amazon “Click To Give” button in the sidebar). Heaven knows we could use it to buy groceries and put gas in the car. (come on brother … can you spare a TWENTY?).

Money … ya gotta have it. Or you’ve got to have a service, skill or product that someone else is willing to exchange THEIR money for. But what would you do with a lot of it? I’m talkin about MORE THAN A SUITCASE FULL OF IT? If you had control of an ENDLESS SUPPLY of money, what would you do with it? Well, if you were David Miscavige, Commander of the Scilon Federation, you might use it to play the stock market or buy into oil wells, you might do a little gambling with it, and you would definitely spare NO EXPENSE when it came to the “Keep Tom Cruise Happy Fund.” I can’t even imagine how much of that TAX-FREE money is spent on entertainment expenses. And you Scientologist faithful are content with bankrolling this stuff. Somebody PLEASE tell me what you think you’re paying for … er, I forgot, your money goes to the Church as CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS (wink-wink).

Phooy (sp). That’s “spelling,” not Supressive Person! Just kidding. How about we change gears and have a little entertainment of our own (for free)? We found a really cool video on the Secrets of The Dollar Bill. Conspiracy theorists, get yourself some popcorn and a COLD ONE. Enjoy the movie! CLICK MORE TO SEE THE MOVIE.

Decoding The Past – Secrets Of The Dollar Bill

What do the symbols and numbers on the dollar bill actually mean? We’ll take a look at the shadier and more intriguing threads of meaning and symbolism at play in the bill’s design. Extraordinary strands of numerology are interwoven into the bill’s structure, which, on analysis, suggest surprising hidden alignments. Why does it look the way it does and how has it changed through the ages?

We’ll see the significance of changes in the bill’s appearance over time and examine alternative designs. We’ll also look at the historical context of the bill’s conception–what the dollar bill set out to represent–the patriotism and idealism of a young republic; and go inside the Treasury’s Department of Printing and Engraving for exclusive access to the presses and the people who process the millions upon millions of dollars in circulation.


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