- Wake Up The Giant
- Tuesday, 24 November 2015 21:02
4. Copying Ancient Egypt Until Today
We all know that America's "Great Seal" features the number 13 repeatedly to represent the 13 original colonies. But what most people don't know is that the number 13 actually played a very significant role in Ancient Egypt. Why is that important? Well, it's not hard to see America is highly influenced by ancient Egyptian culture... just look at our nation's capital. There's something that our history books are just not telling us, but is very well known among certain people apparently. Not to mention the fact that the Illuminati was founded May 1, 1776 in Bavaria (a state located in the southeast of Germany) and the United States' Continental Congress voted for Independence from Britain (giving birth to Democracy) on July 4, 1776. Not only is it odd the years match, it's odd that someone decided to lie to Americans and change the true date on the final edition of the Declaration of Independence that got approved. It wasn't the fourth of July but the second of July that this happened. (July 8th was the first time the Declaration of Independence was read publicly and finally in August of that year it was signed, reference the letter John Adams wrote for further proof). The number four must have held some important significance in the mind of whoever made that change. Also, research the theory that America was meant to be a new "utopia" similar to Atlantis by introducing Democracy. Apparently some people believe the East Coast of America (13 original colonies) is suppose to have even been the West Coast of Atlantis. It's funny to point out that in contrast to ancient Egypt, (where 13 was considered a very lucky number) somehow in our western world the number 13 represents bad luck. So much so, that tall buildings skip labeling the thirteenth floor in elevators. It almost seems as if someone was trying to suppress the original meaning behind the number 13 through misinformation and superstition. Hmm.. Onto America's Eagle... a perfect representation of bravery, nobility, and freedom. What they forgot to mention that it was also inspired by one of the oldest and most significant "deities" in ancient Egypt, Horus. This "deity" was represented by a falcon, usually depicted as a man with a falcon's head. Also, it's interesting to note that both the american eagle and Horus are seen with their heads facing to their right, exposing only their left eyes. This happens to be very significant in ancient Egyptian culture. Finally, we all know that the Washington Monument's design being an obelisk comes from ancient Egypt, but what's not talked about is why it sits inside of a Vesica Pisces when viewed from a satellite image. Plus the fact that it's designed as a circle within another circle, which again are both references to ancient Egypt... more specifically Amen Ra (sun "god").
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