How to Create a Woman’s Face Mask Portrait with A US Twenty-Dollar Bill

By Dr. John Reizer

A reader sent me this twenty-dollar bill trick yesterday. If you want to have fun creating a woman’s face mask portrait using Uncle Sam’s currency, follow the instructions below:

  1. Place a twenty-dollar bill on a table.

2.  Fold the bill in half.

 

3. Turn it upside down.

 

 

Coincidence or some cleverly hidden symbolism placed within US currency? If you want to try this trick at home, I’d act fast; rumor has it that paper currency is not going to be around much longer.

3 thoughts on “How to Create a Woman’s Face Mask Portrait with A US Twenty-Dollar Bill

  1. Kenneth T. July 8, 2020 / 2:43 pm

    Coins are going bye bye first.
    But
    But really… with the removal of so many statue type monuments due to slave reminders, I’m surprised that the blm are still using that “racist” money.
    ***sorry for the OFF TOPIC (uhh) topic

  2. sandy edwards July 9, 2020 / 8:10 am

    I guess that’s when we will all have the pleasure of residing in the fema camps. Any suggestions other than buy gold and silver?? During the great depression they confiscated all the gold, guns, etc. everything of worth. I am hearing that Trump plans to continue playing the race card and when the infighting gets really bad declare Martial Law. That way no election.

    • NoFakeNews July 9, 2020 / 4:33 pm

      It’s a frustrating time, Sandy. I spent hours yesterday writing letters to people and I watched the videos you sent me. I will attempt to make contact with that provider.

      We just have to be alert and stay as educated as possible, about the facts.

      Dr. Reizer

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