Tuesday, June 23, 2009

PART ELEVEN—Read It Before It Is Banned By The US Government

The Great Seal of the United States, which 33rd Degree Mason Manly P. Hall rightly called “the signature” of that exalted body of Masons who designed America for a “peculiar and particular purpose” bears rich symbolism forecasting anything but Christianity. In fact, when Christians in the 1800s argued that a hypothetical annihilation of the US would lead to “antiquaries of succeeding centuries” concluding that America had been a heathen nation based on symbolism of the Great Seal, Congress was pushed to create something reflecting the Christian faith of so many of its citizens. US President and Freemason Theodore Roosevelt strongly opposed this idea while other Masons were not as frustrated with the plan. Given the ambivalence of the term ‘God’ and the axiom that, interpreted within the context of the Great Seal symbolism this would certainly not infer a traditional Christian God, the slogan ‘In God We Trust’ (whoever you believe that is) was accommodated by Masons and other illuminatus and so approved as the official US motto. To illustrate the point that one would not determine the ‘God’ in America’s official motto refers to the Father of Jesus Christ or a Biblical Trinity, imagine yourself as a space traveler who visits earth in a fictional post-apocalyptic world. Digging through the rubble of the once thriving planet, you come across a copy of a US One Dollar Bill with the two-sided Great Seal of the United States joined in the middle by the phrase “IN GOD WE TRUST.” Upon consideration, you ask yourself, “what GOD did this refer to?” With no preconceptions you allow the symbolism on the seal to speak for itself, from which you quickly determine that this had been a great culture who worshipped Egyptian and Greek deities, especially a particular solar one whose all-seeing eye glared from atop an unfinished Egyptian pyramid.

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