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The leading revolutionaries and those who signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776 were almost all Freemasons. George Washington, the triumphant Commander-in-Chief of the American armies and the first president of the United States of America, was a high ranking Freemason and all but two of his brigadier generals in the war were Masons. 

Top Freemason and Freemasonic historian, Manly P. Hall, says that of the fifty-six men who signed the Declaration of Independence, nearly fifty were known to be Freemasons and only one was known not to be. Another researcher, Enrique De Vincente, says that fifty-three of the signatories were Freemasons and that seventeen presidents, beginning with Washington, have been members of the Order. The second president, John Adams, belonged to a secret society known as The Dragons, named after the magnetic energy lines in the Earth’s energy grid. He studied the sacred geometry contained in the energy grid and knew how to harness the power it contained. 

One of the leading revolutionaries and founding fathers of the United States was Benjamin Franklin, the first Grand Master of the Freemasons of Pennsylvania. He became a friend of Sir Francis Dashwood, the Chancellor of the British Treasury, and founder of the secret society called the Club of Hell’s Fire. Franklin became a member along with the Mayor of London, the son of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Prince of Wales. 

He travelled to France to canvass successfully for the support of the French Freemasons for the American Revolution, and he also secured the services of the German Freemason, Baron von Streube, who served in the army of Frederick the Great of Prussia. The baron was to play a major part in the colonists’ victory over the British. Franklin’s connections with the French Brotherhood were very close and he became a high ranking member of the Lodges of San Juan and the Nine Sisters which, in league with the Grand Orient Lodge in Paris, would trigger the French Revolution of 1789. 

Franklin was made Grand Master of the Nine Sisters. One of the central revolutionaries in France, the Marquis de Lafayette, was a friend of Franklin and supported him and the colonists during the American Revolution. 

Freemasons manipulated and won the War of Independence and then took control of the new United States of America. They, and other Brotherhood groups, have never conceded that control to this day. How appropriate, then, that when the founding fathers commissioned a design for the Great Seal of the United States, it included the classic Brotherhood symbols which go back to ancient Egypt and beyond, including the pyramid and all-seeing eye. 

Above and below this symbol are two Latin phrases, Annuit Coeptis and Novus Ordo Seclorum. These translate as “Announcing the birth, creation, or arrival” of “A New Order of Ages”. In other words, announcing the creation of the New World Order. 

The founding of the United States was a massive step forward in the plan for centralised global power. Today this part of the seal can be found on every dollar bill and again this is very appropriate, given that the Elite controls the American economy and everyone else’s. 

The decision to put the Pyramid/ New World Order symbol on the dollar was made by the 33rd degree Freemason, Franklin D. Roosevelt, in 1935, with the full support and encouragement of his vice president, Henry Wallace, another 33rd degree Mason. 

The American flag, the Stars and Stripes, was also designed to reflect Brotherhood symbolism and the Statue of Liberty was given to American Freemasons by the French Grand Orient (Illuminati) Masonic Order. 

While ties were ‘officially’ severed between Britain and the United States after the war, those between the American Brotherhood societies and ruling families and their brethren in Britain and Europe grew still stronger, through the secret network. This is not to suggest that everyone involved in the fight for American independence was negatively motivated, nor that all in the Brotherhood lodges are of a similar state of mind. Most would have been persuaded they were doing the right thing and in many ways they were. 

Often it is not the act, but the motivation behind the act that we need to watch. One country owning and controlling another is quite wrong but simply look at the wider agenda and motivation behind a course of action and look very carefully at what the proposed alternative will be. 

Control of America by a British monarch and government being replaced by control of America by a secret Brotherhood hardly advances human freedom, but –and here’s the point to remember –such a transfer of power and control can be, and invariably is, justified under the banner of expanding human freedom. 

The American War of Independence was the first in a series of ‘people’s revolutions’, created and financed by the Brotherhood. The plan was to end the power of the monarchs. Why oppose this if it is done peacefully and with genuine popular support. But instead of ‘power to the people’, the monarchs were replaced by other dictatorships, called revolutionary committees, communists, fascists or, more subtly, by the illusion of ‘democracy’, which in reality was and is rule by the Elite.