Architechture of Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

April 2, 2009
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The design of the Fed building in quite interesting. I noticed it while watching a documentary the other night. They even have a Green Man bust somewhere in the interior (representing wealth as the same concept as fertility).

Here’s a website that discusses the building:

“This 12-story classical building is modelled on the Renaissance palazzo, perhaps most obviously Michelozzo’s Medici-Ricardi Palazzo in Florence. …the building conveys a strength and power like the palaces of Renaissance bankers”

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If you are interested in the esoteric symbolism of money, especially US money, and the bank that issues it, read Solomon’s Treasure: The Magic and Mystery of America’s Money, by Tracy R. Twyman.

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