I have found no evidence of the Lindbergh Kidnapping being involved with secret societies that was mentioned in video below:-
What Video explains was Paul Revere, John Paul Jones and Benjamin Franklin were Freemasons being heroes and founders of the US.
Some of them were but will have to check on others, it then says that Franchis Scott Key wrote the National anthem was a freemason.
It looks like that Ben Franklin obviously was a Freemason, but i didn't know he was a Rosicrucian?
Crossing the Atlantic
In the late seventeenth century, following a plan originally proposed by Francis Bacon in The New Atlantis, a colony of Rosicrucian leaders was
organized to establish the Rosicrucian arts and sciences in America. In 1694 Rosicrucian settlers made the perilous journey across the Atlantic Ocean
in a specially chartered vessel, the Sarah Maria, under the leadership of Johannes Kelpius, master of a Rosicrucian Lodge in Europe. Landing in
Philadelphia, the colonists established their first settlement and later moved further west in Pennsylvania to Ephrata. These Rosicrucian communities
made valuable contributions to the newly emerging American culture in the fields of printing, philosophy, the sciences, and arts. Later such eminent
Americans as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and Thomas Paine were intimately connected with the Rosicrucian community. In fact, many
Rosicrucians played an important role in the great alchemical and social process leading to the founding of a new nation.
He was an astrologer:-
He was a member of Nine Sisters Lodge in Paris:-
Although disputed, Francis Scott Key, who wrote the National Anthem of America, could have been a freemason, quote below:-
You will have to enlarge discussion and scroll down to find quote:-
Francis Scott Key was a member of Concordia Lodge #13, Maryland.
Concordia and my lodge use the same building. Just thought I would
this interesting tidbit.
Tenet has the sound and look of a thin tenouous word but within itself; and
when correctly used, has color, surprise, and drama. The Latin tenere meant
more than to take hold of; it meant rather to seize, to grasp, to clutch, to
hang on, and if necessary, to struggle to hang on. It passed into English
almost unchanged in tense, tendon, tension, tenor (so called because it was the
voice that held the lead), tensor, and tenacious. A tenet is some idea,
belief, or doctrine which the mind takes hold of tenaciously, will not let go,
or holds in a firm grip; and an idea or belief of which this is possible is
said to be tenable. In Freemasonry the Principle Tenets (there are so many
others) are BROTHERLY LOVE, RELIEF, & TRUTH, and they are so called because in
no place or time, under any circumstances will Freemasons let them go.
Committe on Education
Grand Lodge AF & AM of Missouri
There are interesting comments about Francis Scott Key below:-