Prior to the American Revolution, Catholics in the thirteen colonies were forbidden to vote or to hold a political office, because of the centuries-old conflict between Rome and Protestant England. But once the Revolution was over, and universal toleration was declared, the agents of Romanism immediately went to work to claim this country on behalf of the Pope. Fulton argued that the ancient conflict that had been responsible for the bloody horrors of the Dark Age had indeed come to the shores of the New World. Incredibly, Fulton actually believed that Rome might be able to resurrect the Inquisition on American soil if the people were not awakened to the eminent danger. Was there any truth to his warning?
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The Great American SealThe Novus ordo seclorum on the Great Seal of the United States is governed by the all-seeing-eye in a triangle, with light blazing around it. While some have called this the "eye of Horus," in reality, the Egyptian god never had his eye surrounded by a triangle with light in this manner. The earliest known origins for that particular symbol are in Roman Catholic churches across Europe. Aachen Cathedral, built in the eighth century A.D. by the Emperor Charlemagne, features the eye prominently, with variations of it were also used on the frontispieces of Jesuit writings centuries before the American Revolution. How conspiracy writers have failed to make this connection, which becomes painfully obvious with just a little bit of research, we can only wonder at.
Now when we
look at the American one dollar bill we can understand
the all-seeing-eye. We were all lead to believe
the all-seeing-eye is Masonic icon. No it is Mystery
Babylon religion, masquerading has Roman
Catholicism. So when your look at the one
dollar bill your looking at Rome. Washington
the Arm of Rome in 2013.