Novus Ordo Seclorum

A New Order of the Ages, or that is what you have been told, or lead to believe.
But is it really true? How do you know? Do you speak Latin?

Let's see if we can figure this out together....shall we?

In this first image, I used Google's Translator to translate
Novus Ordo Seclorum from Latin to English.
And it returns New World Order Clan
And that is different from New Order of the Ages.

Per the Translator if you did the same above except 1 word at a time,
Novus = New
Ordo = Order
Seclorum = Ages

However, all 3 together do not add up to New Order of the Ages per the Translator.

If you type into the Translator the word Ages and translate it from English to Latin, it translates to Saecula
and if you translate Saecula to English it translates to Ages.


Seclorum & Saecula are not the same words.

You need to dig a bit further to get this

How do you do that?

Etymology is the history of words, their origins, and how their form and meaning have changed over time. By an extension, the term "the etymology of" means the origin of the particular word.

I am using for Etymology.

When typing in Seclorum it should return a result looking like this

Novus Ordo Seclorum
on the Great Seal of the United States of America, apparently an allusion to line 5 of Virgil's "Eclogue IV," in an 18c. edition: Magnus ab integro seclorum nascitur ordo "The great series of ages begins anew." The seal's designer, Charles Thomson, wrote that the words "signify the beginnings of the New American Era."

You asked for 1 word and it retured the Quote

However, Ordo returns this.

Meaning "a rank in the (secular) community" is first recorded c.1300; meaning "command, directive" is first recorded 1540s, from the notion of "to keep in order." Military and honorary orders grew our of the fraternities of Crusader knights. Business and commerce sense is attested from 1837. In natural history, as a classification of living things, it is first recorded 1760. Meaning "condition of a community which is under the rule of law" is from late 15c.


Secular (adj.)
c.1300, "living in the world, not belonging to a religious order," also "belonging to the state," from Old French seculer (Modern French sÚculier), from Late Latin saecularis "worldly, secular, pertaining to a generation or age," from Latin saecularis "of an age, occurring once in an age," from saeculum "age, span of time, generation."

Novus = New
Ordo = Order + Secular
Seclorum = Ages
Saecula = Ages
Secular = Saecularis, Saeculum

New Secular Order of the Ages

Free Masonry Pyramid, 13 Stones
They don't believe in God, they believe in a higher designer.
Who thought they were higher than God?...Satan
Satan was cast here before us, he designed the Pyramid Schemes we live under

As the Ancient Egyptian Slaves built pyramids of stone for their Pharoah's,
we built Corporate Pyramids for False Idols.
History repeats and disguises itself.
What a better way for the Devil to deceive you
than to make you think he's here for your own good.
Your God-vernment.

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