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Surreptitiously, King George infiltrated the Colonies and their feudal attempt to form a new government, using spy’s’ composed of English lawyers and English aristocrats, loyal to him. The spy’s assignment was to infiltrate the new government; carry out the plan to defeat the Colonists through debt and establish regular reports to the King! The Church also had their appointed representative in place to protect and insure that their interest is being observed. Much of the loans received from the French, went into the pockets of the Founding Fathers!
King George amongst quite a lot of things as you can see by his title was really Prince George, a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, but he wasn’t just a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, he was a prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire, a person who could elect sates, and officials into the Roman Empire.
He was also the arch-treasurer of the Holy Roman Empire, because back in the 1200’s William the Conqueror bequeathed England and all his, and his heirs possessions to the Pope and Rome in exchange for his Blessing.
While he later gives up his claims as the English Monarch to the Colonies, he makes no such distinction as Rome’s Prince Elector of the United States, and Rome’s Arch-Treasurer of the United States.
The American Colonies were in fact never the property of England to begin with because of that special arrangement. Rome simply leases all of England and the Monarchy’s property back to them, and allows them to administer it all for a profit.
Christopher Columbus set sail from Spain with 3 ships, half of the financing was to come from the Queen and the other half from private Italian investors ( ROME ) On his ships' sails we can see the Roman Knight Templar's red cross sign. if Rome really disbanded the Order in 1312, how could Rome sent the Catholic Knight Templar Christopher Columbus, on a exploration adventure in 1492
and why does columbus totally miss america and hits the west indies....
which years later becomes a huge slave/rum running port in the golden triangle connecting back up to..wait for it...
Originally posted by xuenchen
reply to post by mick1423
Original maps may have been in the possession of the Vatican long before Columbus.
The Templars may have been given those maps centuries before, as they were in the shipping business, and had close ties to the Vatican.
The theory of Caesar looting the Library of Alexandria would make sense as to why the Vatican has the original maps.
The maps were there from ancient trade routes and "exploratory" ventures to the "Americas" long before Rome.
Obviously, the "freight" charges would have made most trade of common goods a bit "expensive" at the time, not to mention disasters like weather and obstacles not common to the well traveled routes.
The 1492 expedition was the beginning of the final segment of the master plan to colonize the new land claims.
They may have chosen to land in the islands for strategic reasons.
One being the need for secure ports and launching areas.
The "Natives" were not as sea worthy coming from the mainlands, the islands were perfect and lightly populated.
Something as big as this turned out to be was certainly a long and well planned event as opposed to a pure luck gamble. I think they knew EXACTLY where they were going by 1492 !
"For his first EVA Collins did not leave the Gemini capsule, but stood up through the hatch with a device that resembled a sextant. In his biography he said he felt at that moment like a Roman god riding the skies in his chariot."