Secret Mysteries of America's Beginnings (3-DVD Set)
Learn the Incredible secrets and Traditions Hidden Within the Signs and Symbols of our Nation
• Region 1, NTSC, Color, Dolby, DVD
- America's Beginnings
- Riddles in Stone
- Eye of the Phoenix
• Running Time: Approx. 462 minutes
• Retail Price: $59.95
America's Beginnings - Volume 1 unfolds the fascinating history behind the founding of America and exposes the esoteric underbelly of its design. Why is Washing D.C. built on the 77th Meridian? And are the Revolutionary War cities really built in perfect alignment with Stonehenge?
Follow the journey of secret societies from England to the New World and learn of the "ancient hop" of establishing a democratic commonwealth that would one day extend to all nations. In the 16th century, Sir Francis Bacon was at the helm of such societies as the leader of the Rosicrucians and first Grand Master of modern Freemasonry. As such, he is considered by some to be the true founder of America. For centuries, controversy has surrounded this man who is said to be the illegitimate son of Queen Elizabeth I and the real author behind the Shakespeare plays.
When Bacon penned his classic work, The New Atlantis he outlined his vision for the perfect society; a democratic commonwealth governed by scientific achievement. How were the founding fathers impacted by Bacon's plan? And is America being driven by this vision today?
Riddles in Stone - Volume 2 explores the highly controversial subject of America's capital. Was the city built to reflect the majesty of American freedom, or the hidden agenda of secret societies? With every major cornerstone laid by Freemasons, was the city built in a Masonic pattern?
Embark upon this incredible journey as Riddles interviews experts on both sides of a heated debate. Watch as Freemason apologists defend some of the most direct and hard-hitting questions concerning the influence of Masonry in America, and its symbolism in Washington D.C. Alongside them are leading researchers who maintain that occult architecture permeates the city, and conceals a secret agenda.
Was D.C. laid out according to the pattern of the stars? Is there really a pentagram in the street layout north of the White House? Does a Masonic square and compass extend from the Capitol building to the Washington Monument? And why is the city filled with zodiac symbols, mysterious faces, and various god and goddess images? If America was founded as a Christian nation only, where are the images of Jesus Christ? Or does Washington D. C. symbolize another Christ, the Masonic Christ? Find out in this bold and sure-to-be controversial documentary.
Eye of the Phoenix - Volume 3 explores more on the founding of America, with a focus of the history of the dollar bill. What is the meaning of its symbols? How was the Great Seal of the United States designed, and how did it end up on America's currency? Is the Great Seal truly a Masonic emblem as is often believed? And why do certain Freemasons deny it?
Learn the answers to these questions and many others, including the mystery surrounding Franklin D. Roosevelt and his Vice President, Henry Wallace. Both men were high level Freemasons who chose to put the Great Seal on the back of the dollar bill. But what was their reason for doing so? And how did the famed artist and Russian mystic, Nicholas Roerich influence them? What was the FDR's "New Deal" dollar supposed to symbolize? And what role did Masonic philosopher, Manly P. Hall play in the final design for the unfinished pyramid?
Mystics claim that the face of George Washington is surrounded by the Greek Omega symbol, often signifying "the end." But what end was in view? The end of the world? Or the end of a former age that would lead to a new? Meanwhile, Nicholas Roerich traveled the world searching for evidence of a coming Christ. But what Christ was he searching for? Follow this incredible journey as Eye of the Phoenix pushes the envelope into what the Bible call "the end of all things."
Won the Best Feature Documentary Screen Craft Award!
- The Best in Scriptwriting
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- The Best in Acting
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