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15 International Banknotes That Show Queen Elizabeth’s Aging Process (Part 1)

Queen Elizabeth II has, of course, been pictured on British currency for much of her reign, but she has also appeared on the money of various British Commonwealth states and Crown dependencies. With such a long reign (61 years so far) and so many nations issuing money with her image on it over the years, there are enough banknote portraits to construct a sort of aging timeline for the Queen.

The age given below for each portrait is her age when the picture was made, which is not always the same as the year the banknote was issued. Here is Lilibet through the years, on money.

1. CANADA, 20 DOLLARS, AGE 8

She was just a princess then. Her picture appeared on Canadian banknotes long before anything issued by the Bank of England. 

2. CANADA, 1 DOLLAR, AGE 25

From a portrait taken by a Canadian photographer the year before she ascended the throne.

3. JAMAICA, 1 POUND, AGE 26

New Queen.

4. MAURITIUS, 5 RUPEES, AGE 29

From a painting commissioned in the 1950s by the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, for Fishmongers’ Hall in London.

5. CAYMAN ISLANDS, 100 DOLLARS, AGE 34

Here she’s wearing the Russian-style Kokoshnik tiara.

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15 International Banknotes That Show Queen Elizabeth’s Aging Process (Part 2)

Queen Elizabeth II has, of course, been pictured on British currency for much of her reign, but she has also appeared on the money of various British Commonwealth states and Crown dependencies. With such a long reign (61 years so far) and so many nations issuing money with her image on it over the years, there are enough banknote portraits to construct a sort of aging timeline for the Queen.

The age given below for each portrait is her age when the picture was made, which is not always the same as the year the banknote was issued. Here is Lilibet through the years, on money.

6. AUSTRALIA, 1 DOLLAR, AGE 38

Not long after this portrait was taken, she would meet The Beatles.

7. ST. HELENA, 5 POUNDS, AGE 40

Perfecting the art of looking casual while wearing bling.

8. ISLE OF MAN, 50 POUNDS, AGE 51

More bling for this portrait from her Silver Jubilee.

9. JERSEY, 1 POUND, AGE 52

Wisdom, experience, soulful eyes.

10. AUSTRALIA, 5 DOLLARS, AGE 58

The confidence to go casual.

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And in that spirit, from top to bottom:

Danish Krone
Iranian Rial
Nepalese Rupee
Italian Lira
1934 US Dollar
Korean Won
1953 Malaya and British Borneo Dollar

Just a little reminder………An old 1988 Economist front page, predicting World Currency by 2018.

The front page of the magazine says get ready for a world currency.

Take notice of the gold coin that is around the neck of the phoenix that shows 2018 with the phoenix standing on top of the debt base currencies that are on fire.

Note: The Phoenix bird is one of the oldest occult symbols in the world and the Economist magazine is a Rothschild and Schröder publication.

Mainstream Globalist Propaganda Reveals East/West Conflict is a Farce: http://theglobalelite.org/mainstream-globalist-propaganda-reveals-eastwest-conflict-farce/

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15 International Banknotes That Show Queen Elizabeth’s Aging Process (Part 3)

Queen Elizabeth II has, of course, been pictured on British currency for much of her reign, but she has also appeared on the money of various British Commonwealth states and Crown dependencies. With such a long reign (61 years so far) and so many nations issuing money with her image on it over the years, there are enough banknote portraits to construct a sort of aging timeline for the Queen.

The age given below for each portrait is her age when the picture was made, which is not always the same as the year the banknote was issued. Here is Lilibet through the years, on money.

11. NEW ZEALAND, 20 DOLLARS, AGE 60

Not the most flattering one. The green tint doesn’t help.

12. GIBRALTAR, 50 POUNDS, AGE 66

Silver hair and shiny diamonds. From a photograph taken at Buckingham Palace.

13. FIJI, 5 DOLLARS, AGE 73

More silver hair, more shiny diamonds, and not so much smoothing of the wrinkles.

14. JERSEY, 100 POUNDS, AGE 78

Face lined, eyes sparkly. She is looking right at you, and she looks good.

15. CANADA, 20 DOLLARS, AGE 85

Back to Canada, where it all began, and where they like their Queen a bit laid back. 

George Soros Openly Discusses The New World Order

George Soros Openly Discusses The New World Order

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In the video you are about to see, George Soros talks about “the creation of a New World Order”, he discusses the need for a “managed decline” of the U.S. dollar and he talks at length of the global need for a true world currency. So just who is George Soros? Well, he is a billionaire “philanthropist” who came to be known as “the Man Who Broke the Bank of England” when he raked in a staggering…

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Even more world building, kids!

So, it’s probably high time I explained the kingdom’s currency, and how it works. I’ve always joked around that they’re essentially polished rocks, and they basically are, but lets get a little more in to that.

In the land, because of the Sphere’s influence, a bunch of gems and crystals form in the soil that’s completely unique to the area, and greys use this for just about everything, which includes their currency, which is made by smoothing and polishing the hard, grey rock in the area, and magically embedding these crystals in to them.

The system is pretty simple, with only three types of coin - Crystals, Orbs, and Spheres. (Not very creative, but you try making up coin names with these people)

Crystals sit at the lowest, with the next being Orbs. It takes 50 Crystals to equal an Orb. Spheres are the highest form of currency, and are equal to 25 Orbs.

And that’s basically it. Not crazy interesting, but something I figured would be nice to introduce.

This morning I sat on a bed in a barely occupied house on the other side of the world, counted three different currencies that I have as my savings, and waited for one of my two cell phones to ring and tell me that my transportation has arrived.

I feel like a covert ops agent stationed in a safe house.