July 4th History Lesson

I haven’t done much history on my blog for some unknown reason. I’m a self proclaimed history buff and have studied both American and European history extensively. But I must admit that all of what I studied is the accepted mainstream version, it doesn’t have any of the hidden truths necessary to dispel blatant falsehoods.

Take for example the myth the Founding Fathers founded the United States as a Christian nation. I know this has been on various liberal blogs and others, but this is a truth that needs more exposure. Here are the examples:

  1. George Washington was a Freemason. His title in his lodge was Worshipful Master when he was inaugurated as first President of the United States. Federal buildings that were starting construction at that time had their cornerstones laid with Freemason ceremonies. The idea of equal brotherhood is a central tenant of the Freemasons, a idea that was anathema to European Royalty. The Freemason oath mentions a “Creator”, but does not name the creator as “God”. (Documented History of Washington’s Masonic Life)
  2. Benjamin Franklin – From Archiving Early America: “Although Franklin received religious training, his nature forced him to rebel against the irrational tenets of his parents Christianity. His Autobiography revels his skepticism, “My parents had given me betimes religions impressions, and I received from my infancy a pious education in the principles of Calvinism. But scarcely was I arrived at fifteen years of age, when, after having doubted in turn of different tenets, according as I found them combated in the different books that I read, I began to doubt of Revelation itself.”
  3. James Madison
    “During almost fifteen centuries has the legal establishment of Christianity been on trial. What have been its fruits? More or less in all places, pride and indolence in the Clergy, ignorance and servility in the laity; in both, superstition, bigotry and persecution.” “What influence, in fact, have ecclesiastical establishments had on society? In some instances they have been seen to erect a spiritual tyranny on the ruins of the civil authority; on many instances they have been seen upholding the thrones of political tyranny; in no instance have they been the guardians of the liberties of the people. Rulers who wish to subvert the public liberty may have found an established clergy convenient auxiliaries. A just government, instituted to secure and perpetuate it, needs them not.”
  4. Thomas Jefferson from his letter to the Danbury Baptist Association in 1802 concerning the U.S. Constitution: “I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between church and State.”

Do not believe the spin from the Corporate Media and the so-called “Religious Right” when it comes to the Founding Fathers and Christianity or any other religion. They wanted to spare us from the religious wars that plagued Europe and Asia for thousands of years. Now we have people who proclaim in the name of “God” and “Jesus Christ” that we must preemptively make war on the Muslim world because if we don’t, they will create a world-wide caliphate and destroy the Christian Western world.

This is the pablum fed to the U.S. public right now and unfortunately, the masses are eating it.

And to all my fellow tinfoilers, I know the Freemasons are tied to the Illuminati, Lucifer, NWO and other one world government conspiracies. I just wanted to dispel the myths surrounding the Founding of the United States and Christianity. The initial settlement of the North American continent is another matter I’ll take up later.




15 responses

  1. In and out today folks, gotta party!

  2. Uber Highwayman | Reply

    I was HOPING it would be an American that would bring out the elitist connection to the Constitution! Somehow, in the past, a Canadian’s view was never appreciated on this subject! 😉

    Yes, and that draft GUARANTEED continued subservience to the Crown, in that the wording was carefully contrived so as to give the APPEARANCE of a writ of independence. IN THEIR VIEW, the United States is STILL a colony of Great Britain!

    There is the rub! What they ASSUME as theirs, and what in actuality IS theirs, are two different things! They have USURPED God’s authority through LEGALITIES, but they have no MORAL authority backing them. Governments come and go, but the Moral Code of the Creator stands above all, and is immutable by any earthly power or government. The elitists know this, and that is why everything is done in secret and under the table.

    They still require our permission to enact any law, and it has been our signing over of our rights and freedoms to them in various forms and amendments that gives them (in their minds) authority over us! The trouble with that is, that ownership of the United States and all other sovereign peoples STILL belongs to their Creator. The elitists can bark and holler all they want… it doesn’t change a thing!

    However, our ignorance in these matters is what gives them a certain psychological edge, and we are easily enslaved not knowing our rights as sovereign entities.

    The U.S. was founded upon Christian principles, Pagan usurpation notwithstanding, and we need to assert our rights as given to us by God! Anyone not clear on what those rights are, (and most probably are not, anymore) consult Exodus 20!

  3. Uber Highwayman | Reply

    Oh… and Happy Fourth, jar-head!


  4. Uber Highwayman | Reply

    P.S. Point #3 in my last post will interest you. There are different interpretations of Christianity. However, there is only one true faith, and that’s the one I aspire to.

  5. I don’t know if I could translate the Declaration’s or Constitution’s wording as still claiming allegiance to Great Briton with any certainty, that might or might have not been debated by legal scholars and people smarter than I am. All I know is that the nation of the United States was supposedly founded on no particular religion what so ever. Sure it has elements of Christianity because the people involved had been brought up on Anglican, Calvinist and Quaker ideologies particular to what ever colony they grew up in. And the idea of human beings being sovereign unto themselves is a Christian ideal, but the Founders themselves were not practicing Christians. And according to historian Robert T. Handy, “No more than 10 percent– probably less– of Americans in 1800 were members of congregations.” But in of itself does not mean that Americans were not Christians, it just means that the population was spreading over a wider area and had no means to congregate together.

  6. Dad, great post and exceptionally good comment.

    Happy 4th to all.

  7. Wow dad…This is indeed some illuminating history and definitely enlightens me on the subject of religion and politics, with a little tinfoil to boot. It dosn’t get any better than this. I don’t like religion with my politics or politics with my religion such as it is, but I definately like a little tinfil with my history lessons…G:

  8. Uber Highwayman | Reply

    The fun’s not over, Geez…

    Check this out: http://www.civil-liberties.com/books/

    Happy Independence Day?

  9. Highway

    Don’t get me wrong. I do believe in a higher authority, but I’m not so sure about a creator. Seems like every thing evolves within set patterns that are integral with the known universe.

    Interesting stuff, i’ll check it out after the parade that;s just starting down the street. Think I’ll set off a few poppers tonight.


  10. I knew that about Washington and I always found it a bit creepy.

    Now, Jefferson, has always seemed the more intriguing of the two men. I have a collection of his quotes that I treasure.

  11. Congratulations on such a staggering striking site! (The writing is good, too!) And Happy Birthday, America! And Happy Impeachment Day to you, Dad & all your readers!

    (Oh, did I slip? I meant “Independence Day”!)

  12. Uber Highwayman | Reply

    I guess all I’m really saying, guys, is that because the men that drafted the Constitution were themselves British subjects, further enjoindered by their attournment status as barristers and solicitors for the Crown, the document could not (legally) be considered as a valid one in favor of independence. You are being taxed today as a result of the Crown’s jurisdiction over you, and all taxes proceed directly to the Crown.

    The ‘elite’ not only consider themselves your rightful masters, and can do what they please with you, they assume authority over God’s authority as well. If as you say there is no God, it ostensibly follows that there is no attending moral code. If that is true, then what the totalitarians do is quite proper in the light of natural selection — ever waiting to assume authority should the existence of God be proven a myth. In that event, it is merely survival of the fittest, and Bush et al are doing nothing wrong in their ascension to ultimate power, merely fulfilling their potential as living organisms.

    Where there is no law, there is no transgression.

  13. I know what you are saying my friend, if evolution is the law of survival of the fittest, then the elite figure their rule over us as legitimate because they belief they are “the fittest” in the world hierarchy, that not to acknowledge God as the supreme law over human law means that we are submitting to the law of the jungle.

    You make a point that is valid because we see it every day in American society because capitalism by it’s very nature is predatory and lives by that rule.

    As to the rest, I admit I don’t know how to answer, only that philosophers have been trying to figure this out for centuries.

  14. Uber Highwayman | Reply

    And THAT, my friend, is why they want you to believe in Evolution, because it effectively destroys one’s sense of sovereignty, demoralizes and alienates us from one another, and makes society nothing more than a collection of biological specimens of happenstance with no purpose other than to reproduce at whatever means and cost.

  15. I’m curious why try and dispel only one side of the myth of Freemasonry. Surly if you believe that the Freemasons are tied to the Illuminati, Lucifer, NWO and other one world government conspiracies then so were the founding fathers, right?

    I have to agree with you on the aspects of the Christian Right, their white washing of the American founding fathers is laughable, until you see how they are rewriting history. The beauty of the American government was one separated from religious and sovereign power. After all, the Monarchies of Europe were in place with divine purpose, backed with adequate man power.

    My question though, after all is said and done is What if the religious right takes power and the nation sways to their ideology. What then? Do we then declare a Holy War in Islam? Interesting here is that this “battle” has been going on for centuries, even to as far back as the 12th, when a protoFreemason/Alchemist Raymond Lull strove to find mystical balance between Christianity, Judaism, and Islam as all three stem from the same root idea of God.


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