Did George Washington talk to aliens, as told by his aide and diaries?
There is this image of a lithograph in the Library Of Congress archives.
It was created in 1866 depicting George Washington as a Mason. I was struck not by the Masonic symbols, but rather by the curious disc shaped object in the left inner-arch that seems to be shown with a Jacob’s Ladder and light beams shining beneath.
- Anonymous6 years agoFavorite Answer
GEORGE WASHINGTON, NYSE, FREEMOSONS AND PLEIADIANS CONNECTION
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PLEIADIANS IN U.S. HISTORY
What do George Washington, the Pleiadies, the NYSE, and Freemasons all
have in common? The following evidence speaks of a grand design of
possible extra terrestrial origin far too astounding to be a mere coincidence.
George Washington is perhaps the most famous of all American Presidents
and the founder of the Union of the United States of America. However, many
do not know that George Washington was a master Freemason and spread
clues to secret knowledge in his glorious work. Evidence exists
that Washington had contact with higher extra
terrestrial beings. Read the following excerpt, in General
Washington's own words written during the difficult period of Valley Forge:
"I do not know whether it is owing to the anxiety of my mind, or what, but
this afternoon, as I was sitting at this table engaged in preparing a
dispatch, something in the apartment seemed to disturb me. Looking up, I
beheld standing opposite me a singularly beautiful being. So astonished
was I, for I had given strict orders not to be disturbed that it was some
moments before I found language to inquire the cause of the visit. A
second, a third, and even a fourth time did I repeat my question, but
received no answer from my mysterious visitor except a slight raising of the
eyes." "By this time I felt strange sensations spreading through me. I would
have risen but the riveted gaze of the being before me rendered volition
impossible. I assayed once more to speak, but my tongue had become
useless, as if paralyzed. A new influence, mysterious, potent, irresistible,
took possession of me. All I could do was to gaze steadily, vacantly at my
This mysterious visitor showed Washington insights into the future of
America and the prosperity of the country. As George Washington
continued to plan for the future of the country he spread numerous clues to
the Freemason and secret society influence. The design of the currency,
the planning of cities, and the structure of government all contained links to
the secrets of the Freemasons.
The inauguration address of George Washington as president occurred on
April 30th 1789 when the Pleiadies was culminating over New York City. At
the time New York City was the seat of government and capital of the United
States. The Nations first president swore his oath on the balcony of the
Senate Chamber at Federal Hall on Wall Street (There now stands a
dramatic monument to this historic event across the corner from the New
York Stock Exchange). The very Bible President Washington swore his
oath on was property of New York’s St. John Masonic Lodge. Additionally,
every Free Mason would have known this date to be the date of the Feast
of Beltane, a significant ancient Celtic event.
In the very same location 3 years and 17 days later a group of 17
investment bankers gathered under the “buttonwood tree” and formed the
New York Stock Exchange. The NYSE is now the largest capital market in
the world and a creator of vast amounts of wealth and abundance. These
bankers gathering together would have been akin to the wealthiest men
and women (Oprah, Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Warren Buffet) in America
gather together to create a public system for companies and individuals to
interact and create wealth. This date also holds a significance It is no
coincidence that the formation of the government and the formation of the
capital markets of America have significant conjunctions with the Pleiades Star Cluster. At this very date, in New York
City, the chief star of the Pleiades, Alcyone, was in direct conjunction with the sunrise to the very minute of arc.
To the dedicated freemason, astronomy and math were subjects of great importance as they held the secrets to the
Grand Architect of the Universe. Any dedicate and active Freemason would have been well aware of the significance of
the astronomy present and this agreement. Indeed it is no coincidence that the Pleiades holds strong connections and
ties to many of the nations of the Earth including the United States of America.
It cannot be a coincidence that both ancient cultures and Masonic arcane teachings reverie the Pleiades in connection
with the creation of wealth and abundance. The Pleiades lies in the constellation of Taurus the Bull. Here lies the
origin of the term the Bull Market, when stocks prices are on the rise and there are more buyers than sellers.
Conversely, the term Bear Market is also associated with astronomical significance of Ursa Major, the Great Bear (is
there any coincidence the bear is intertwined with the snake Draco).
Ancient cultures have also referred to Bulls as symbols of the quest for abundance. The Ancient Egyptians god Apis was
a bull of vast wealth ceremonially decorated as he was portrayed ushering in a new kingdom. The Ancient Indians and
Vedic texts spoke of the bulls as gods. All of this evidence pointing back to the stars and the Pleiades.
With the culmination of all of these significant events all occurring in accordance with the Freemason master plan for the
foundation of the country one cannot dismiss the possibility that the Freemasons had knowledge of superior extra terrestrial beings.
- CitrixicalLv 46 years ago
I saw that show on the History channel.
180 feet above the floor of U.S. Capitol Rotunda the painting on the dome is "The Apotheosis of George Washington" painted by Constantino Brumidi (1852).
Apotheosis is a Greek word that means 'to raise to god like stature' or the glorification of a person as an ideal. Indeed, this fresco depicts Washington as a god-man
It explains a lot, but still leaves a lot of questions.
- s0mewherenyLv 76 years ago
Well that was painful. It always amazes me when some boob looks are artwork and cannot grasp the iconography of the period or subject. The image you speak of comes from the Bible, not any alien BS.
Come on people this is common sense and what's scariest is that someone actually falls for this malarkey.
There is nothing that suggests GW spoke with aliens, unless you consider God and alien, which apparently Sensei has so I am not supprised that his WoT comes to that conclusion without actually saying it..Wow, just wow!Source(s): I am a Freemason
- SteveLv 46 years ago
Sure he did. He was a descendant of them himself. Of course, nowadays we call them Europeans. Unless they are from Mexico, then we call them illegal aliens.
As for the pictures, I don't know. Sounds like religious symbols to me, and they were of want to use them a lot, both the Masons and the colonists.
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- choko_canyonLv 76 years ago
Uh, no. That 'curious disc-shaped object' is just a cloud with heavenly beams coming out of it, as depicted by a mediocre artist.
- JAMES KLv 76 years ago
What a load of _____________! Why do you look to YouBoobTube for education? A WOMAN saying what is and is not Masonic should have been your first clue that she has no idea what she is talking about.
Don't waste our time with nonsense.
- KasseLv 46 years ago
I swear someday i will write a book. I will find some random ******* historic images and draw some random conclusion. Then i'll add some flavour text and wait for the cult to start itself. I'm gonna be rich.
- 6 years ago
Yes, and that would explain the white wig. It was hiding some alien technology attached to his scalp so he could communicate with the Mother Ship, it all makes so much more sense now, oh my god.
- deadeyeLv 66 years ago
Wow this was made 67 years after his death. I'm afraid I'm very afraid. Will some idiot paint a picture of me 67 years after i'm dead talking to aliens!
- JohnHLv 76 years ago
no, he did not
Observe good faith and justice towards all nations. Cultivate peace and harmony with all.
17 September 1796, Farewell Address
- 6 years ago
No. Too vague to make anything of it.