annuit coeptis

Related to annuit coeptis: New world order, illuminati

an•nu•it coep•tis

(ˈɑn nu ɪt ˈkɔɪp tɪs; Eng. ˈæn yu ɪt ˈsɛp tɪs)
Latin.
He (God) has favored our undertakings: a motto on the reverse of the great seal of the U.S. (adapted from Virgil's Aeneid IX:625).
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where we also find Annuit Coeptis, Novus Ordo Seclorum, and the date MDCCLXXVI (1776) in Roman numbers.
In addition, the upper left-hand corner has the reverse side of the Great Seal of the United States with the words Annuit coeptis above and Novus or do seclorum below.
Let's not forget that other Latin motto on the reverse of the dollar bill, annuit coeptis "He has approved of our undertaking.
Faust Haus and Annuit Coeptis (Brass Door), both 2007, are nearly life-size photographs of (slightly ajar) doors mounted on sintra and aluminum.
The eye over it and the motto, Annuit Coeptis (Providence has favored our undertakings).
For this mission, America needs to support the reform-minded president to advance his global agenda because he manifests himself as an instrument of [a] higher power as reflected in our credo, annuit coeptis, 'providence has favored our undertakings.
government Web site calls it the Eye of Providence and explains the symbol like this: ``The eye over it and the motto, Annuit Coeptis - meaning He (God) has favored our undertakings - allude to the many interventions of Providence in favor of the American cause.
With national mottoes we are more familiar: the Great Seal of the United States, reproduced on the back of the one-dollar bill, bears the e pluribus motto in the scroll on the eagle's mouth, while the obverse of the seal has the phrases Annuit coeptis ('He/it has favored [our] undertakings') and Novus ordo seclorum ('A new order of the ages') above and below the curious pyramid surmounted by the eye of providence.
Over the east entrance doorway appeared Annuit Coeptis (God has favored our undertakings), over the west entrance doorway Novus Ordo Seclorum (A new order of the ages is born), and over the south entrance doorway "In God We Trust.
The Latin inscription annuit coeptis novus ordo seclorum means "the new order of the ages nods in approval of its beginnings.
Annuit Coeptis, the Latin words above the pyramid, means "God has favored our undertaking.
The Great Seal of the United States includes two mottoes from Virgil: Annuit coeptis (He approves of the beginnings), and novus ordo seclorum (a new order of the ages).