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Freemasons and the signers of the Declaration...

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posted on Jan, 13 2003 @ 12:15 AM
The Declaration of Independance of course...I just had a thought.

Most probably know that only a few of the signers were actually freemasons about 15 to be exact, 8 for sure...but I just had a laugh when I realized, that all the people that we know mostly by name, off the tops of our heads that is, during that time period, were Freemasons...or pretty closely tied to them i.e. good friends were masons or such.

I couldn't think of a completely unaffiliated to masonry fellow, that signed the declaration of independance or was a "mover and shaker" in the revolution...Maybe John Hancock? he is a mason
...hmm...this may also go with the standard (know nothing about the founding of the USA) bit that goes with us Publically educated kidos

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