"Eye Of The Phoenix: Secrets Of The Dollar Bill is directed by Christian J. Pinto. The film is the third volume in the Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings series. The film documents the bizarre history of the design of the dollar bill and exposes the occult activity surrounding the FDR administration. The movie attempts to find an answer to the question regarding the future of the American currency given its crashing economy. The filmmaker believes that the film which delves into the history of the dollar bill will help us to understand the future. Eye of the Phoenix shows that there was no other period in the history of US which saw so many people engaged in the occult. The people who practiced the occult held positions of power that reached all the way to the White House. The film focuses primarily on the years prior to World War II leading up to 1935, when the Great Seal was placed on the foundation of America’s currency. According to official records from the State Department, FDR and his Secretary of Agriculture, Henry Wallace, specifically chose to use the Great Seal because, as Freemasons, they believed the “Novus Ordo Seclorum” (which they equated with the New Deal) could only be fulfilled under “the eye” of the Great Architect of the Universe (the god of Masonry). Two heavily influential occultists during the FDR era were Manly P. Hall and a Russian mystic named Nicholas Roerich. Hall’s writings had a huge influence upon presidents FDR and Harry S. Truman who were active freemasons. Hall was supposedly responsible for the number of stones on the pyramid of the Great Seal, as well as for the identification of the eagle as a phoenix."