America is Freemasonry's "New Atlantis"
March 31, 2012
The United States of America has never been a country in its own right. It was established by British Freemasonry to perpetuate the deception of 'freedom for the people.'
by John Hamer
Two thousand five hundred years ago, the Greek philosopher Plato described Atlantis as an ideal society destroyed in some unknown cataclysmic event, thousands of years previously.
Ever since Plato's description of this 'utopian' world became widely known, the elites have attempted to recreate it in all its glory.
In the early 17th century, Sir Francis Bacon, wrote his classic work 'The New Atlantis', citing America as the ideal location for the fulfilment of the long-held dreams of the Rosicrucians and the other forerunners of Freemasonry.
Bacon was the leader of the Rosicrucian movement and the fledgling organisation that would become the Freemasonry. The Rosicrucians and Freemasons arrived in America in their great numbers during the mass migrations of the first half of the seventeenth century.
Freemasons practised their art in much the same way as in Europe, embedding their secret designs in both individual buildings and indeed, entire cities and wider areas. For example, the original American major cities, Washington DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston are all in perfect alignment along a 400 mile line, in effect connecting them together along the eastern seaboard of the US. This line, if continued eastwards also aligns perfectly with Stonehenge and then London. Can this be a coincidence?
Despite what you may believe, the American Revolution was conceived and perpetrated by Freemasonry to further the financial interests of the North American Elite and create an impression of independence from British money interests and the 'Crown.' It was not, as we are told, the product of a popular uprising against British tyranny. Indeed most 'ordinary' Americans were of British ancestry, and were fiercely loyal to King George III.
According to official history, the spark that ignited the conflict was when a band of men dressed as Mohawk Indians dumped all the tea from the British clipper, Dartmouth into Boston harbor. In reality, the 'Indians' were members of the St. Andrew's Freemasonic lodge in Boston, led by their junior warden, Paul Revere. The easy access to the ship was facilitated with 'insider' help from the colonial militia detailed to guard the waterfront at Boston harbour. The Captain of this militia was a certain Edward Proctor who was a senior member of the St. Andrew's Lodge. Another lodge member also happened to be John Hancock, the first signatory of the Declaration of Independence and whose name has become synonymous with 'signature' as a result.
Of the fifty six signatories of the Declaration of Independence, at least fifty were known to be Freemasons and only one was definitely known not to be. Is this significant in any way? I believe so. In addition, all the signatories were provably descended from British royalty as indeed most senior American politicians still are to this day. For example George W. Bush is a sixth cousin of Queen Elizabeth II.
So, on the 3rd September 1783, America was officially recognised by Britain as an independent country. Would this have been the case had the revolution really been to sever ties with Britain unilaterally? Highly unlikely, I would argue.
The new capital, Washington DC was designed and built on Freemasonic principles with Babylonian and Romanesque architecture well to the fore including an abundance of esoteric symbolism. It is well known that occult and masonic ceremonies were common-place during the laying the foundation-stones of many of its original structures. As with the Egyptian pyramids, Washington DC is also in alignment with important star systems.
In actuality, the United States of America has never been a country in its own right. It was established by British Freemasonry, in conjunction with American Freemasonry to perpetuate the deception of 'freedom for the people' and to enable covert control of the masses and facilitate huge, ongoing profits at the expense of those masses.
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