America Nation of the Goddess: The Venus Families and the Founding of the United States
By Alan Butler and Janet Wolter
So you think you know the history of the United States? The truth is that from the very first time settlers from Britain landed on the shores of the New World, there was a carefully laid plan for America – the child of a desire, a belief and an imperative that almost unbelievably had its origins in the dim and distant realms of prehistory. Were they following in the footsteps of even earlier European visitors?
Our earlier individual research had pointed in this extraordinary direction – a recognition that the history of humanity and our world was far from what orthodox historians could ever or would ever admit. We already knew that behind so many totally misunderstood events across countless centuries was a spiritual imperative and a motivating force that both developing religions and despotic rulers had tried strenuously to destroy. Refusing to die in the hearts of devotees across continents the Great Goddess remained central to successive groups of people who would never abandon many thousands of years of adoration and devotion. Just how important this almost lost Goddess actually was to the founding of the United States and to the development of the modern world even we could scarcely have suspected but for us this most incredible journey began with a single word. That word was ‘Grange’.
Readers of America Nation of the Goddess: The Venus Families and the Founding of the United States will never look at the National Mall in Washington DC or the city planning of New York City the same again. The book delves into topics such as sacred geometry, symbols of ancient goddess worship, the megalithic yard and how these concepts have been baked into the architecture of our nation’s capital city.
Questions such as “why is there an ancient Egyptian obelisk in New York City’s Central Park and who brought it there;” “what is the relationship between The Grange and Freemasonry;” and “has one secretive group been shaping American history since its founding in 1776,” will be explored.
By: Brother Matthew McMahon
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