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Check out the Star of David on Great Seal of the United States, which was designed by members of the Second Continental Congress in the late 1700s. They were all grateful, and no doubt quite indebted to the European bankers who had financed the American Revolution. Bankers like the Rothschild family.

DOS_SEAL_FinalWhich may explain the curious arrangement of those thirteen stars, not on the red, white and blue shield held by the Eagle, but in a little heavenly vault from which they shine down on everything below, especially the symbols for War and Peace.

Kind of like a guiding light from above – to quote a line from “America The Beautiful”.

Ask yourself what was going through the minds of those “patriots” who designed the Great Seal which is, hundreds of years later, still proudly displayed by US Government agencies like the State Department. Especially the Department of State, actually. Other US agencies arrange those thirteen stars differently, like in a circle, but the State Department uses the original.

Symbols are intended to convey meaning. What is the meaning here?

 

 

 

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Author: panaceachronicles

When I was a child I moved around the world with my military family, always traveling by ship in the days before aircraft could cross oceans. I would spend hours on deck writing messages, sealing them with candle wax in bottles I snagged from somewhere on board, and then consigning them to the sea knowing in my heart that they were on their way to someone, somewhere who would read them. Sometime replies arrived at my grandparents’ house years later, and they would forward them to me wherever I was living. From these contacts I developed pen-pals who I stayed in touch with for many years. I was fortunate to develop, very early in my life, a sense of the network that invisibly but seamlessly connects us all.

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