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The widely accepted story of the founding of America is that the Mayflower delivered the first settlers from Plymouth to the new world in 1620. Yet thirteen years earlier, in 1607, the Jamestown settlers became the first English-speaking outpost to survive. And it is from this date that the USA is celebrating its 400th anniversary. "The Secret Founding of America" introduces these two groups of founders - the Planting Fathers, who established the earliest settlements along essentially Christian lines, and the Founding Fathers, who unified the colonies with the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution - and argues that the new nation, conceived in liberty, was the freemason's first step towards a new world order. Drawing on original findings and an in-depth understanding of the political and philosophical realities of the time, historian Nicholas Hagger charts the connections between Gosnold and Smith, Templars and Jacobites, and secret societies and libertarian ideals. He also explains how the influence of German Illuminati worked on the constructors of the new republic, and shows the hand of Freemasonry at work at every turning point in America's history, from Civil War to today's global struggles for democracy.Biografía del autor:
Nicholas Hagger has lectured at universities in Baghdad, Tokyo, and Tripoli (Libya); written for the London Times; and written more than 20 books of history, literature and philosophy, including a study of the founding, rise and fall of civilizations. He has appeared frequently on television and radio and in newspapers, speaking on the founding of America. For seven years he owned the house in Suffolk where the Jamestown settlement is thought to have been planned.
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