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Riddles in Stone - Secret Mysteries of Americas Beginnings.

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Published on Feb 21, 2012

Riddles In Stone: Secret Architecture of Washington, D.C., will continue to explore the fascinating history behind the origins and focus of the world's most powerful nation: America.

Why was this nation founded? How was the precise location of Washington, D.C. determined? What is the meaning of the seemingly countless occult images in our nation's capital? Volume II zeroes in on the Masonic and Rosicrucian influence so prevalent amongst our Founding Fathers as they planned and began to implement the layout of America's capital. For years, extreme controversy has abounded as to the exact meaning of the occult symbols found within the street layout, the buildings, and the monuments of Washington, D.C.

Is there really an inverted Pentagram formed by the street layout just north of the White House? We have discovered the esoteric reason why this Pentagram is missing one segment.

Was this city laid out to reflect the vision of a Masonic Christ foreseen by Sir Francis Bacon? Is it true that America's capital was laid out according to the stars, i.e., in the astrological shapes of certain planets and stars so revered by occultists?

Why did our Masonic Founding Fathers perform Corn, Wine and Oil ceremonies at cornerstone layings and at the dedication of the finished structure? Does this occult wisdom represent the interests of America or a hidden agenda?

As with Volume I, this Secret Mysteries series will continue to explore current, and possibly future, events by examining America's past. What can these realities mean for the unfolding destiny of America and the world? Now you will know that, when President Bush said he was fulfilling the "ancient hope" of the "New Order of the Ages" (as shown in Volume I) he was merely acting out the plan reflected in the street layout and in the architecture of Washington, D.C.

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