posted on Jan, 29 2014 @ 02:39 PM
A while back, I remember a friend of mines sharing an article discussing the link between ground zero and a important historic event that was apart of
some sort of legislative action that helped establish The United States. As the article went on, it said something about the location of where the
founding fathers met, to initiate this legislation, and how the specific site chosen was either directly at what would become ground zero or a few
hundred feet away. The overall message of the reading was intended to convey that there is no such thing as coincidence and that everything truly
happens for a reason.
My question is, has any body heard something similar about the historic prevalence of Ground Zero? Or maybe read a similar story, perhaps mentioning
the U.S. Constitution or Bill of Rights? If so, can somebody help me to get the facts straight on this, because I remember finding the idea really
fascinating. I could kick myself for not saving or bookmarking the article.
This is just a simple question, so it would be nice not to have to deal with rudeness, diverting, or straying from the OP subject.
Thanks in Advance,