In Observance of America’s Day of Independence – July 4, 2019

May we think of freedom, not as the right to do as we please, but as the opportunity to do what is right.
— Peter Marshall

Don’t forget what made America one of the greatest and most tolerant places on earth.

America was no accident.  Did you know that it was born under a secret Masonic constellation called “MERICA” and gets it name from “Amaruca” or “Land of the Plumèd Serpent”. It was the product of a Great Plan for religious liberty and self-governance, launched by a hidden order of ancient philosophers and secret societies that goes back to Egypt. The ideals of the American people were born from the law and language that came out of the Renaissance period.

The spirit of the American people includes the Native Americans who have been the custodians of these great lands since the end of the last ice age. There have many hardships, innovations and challenges along the way, but today we celebrate the likes of Walt Disney, Martin Luther King, our favorite Hollywood movies, The iPhone, and dreams of a brighter tomorrow.

In Manly P. Hall’s book, The Secret Destiny of America, he describes a rousing speech delivered by a mysterious “unknown speaker” before the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The “strange man,” wrote Hall, invisibly entered and exited the locked doors of the statehouse in Philadelphia on July 4, 1776, delivering an oration that bolstered the wavering spirits of the delegates.

“God has given America to be free!” commanded the mysterious speaker, urging the men to overcome their fears of being hanged or beheaded, and to seal destiny by signing the great document. Newly emboldened, the delegates rushed forward to add their names. They looked to thank the stranger only to discover that he had vanished from the locked room. Was this, Hall wondered, “one of the agents of the secret Order, guarding and directing the destiny of America?”

Or, perhaps, was it an angel or an ET?  Either way, we should all be grateful for the geniuses that signed and wrote the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

These great documents gave us such principles as Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. God bless America!

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