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The American Revolution/Prince EA Connection

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posted on Oct, 30 2008 @ 01:37 PM
So today I finally got HBO Canada, and I am currently watching that mini-series on John Adams while I have a few puffs, and it got me thinking about the American Revolution, in particularly an old drawing I saw in a text book back in middle school of the original American colonies divided up into a pieces of a snake, with the slogan "Join or Die". It was a drawing for the American Revolution in their independence from the British Empire.

Now it makes me wonder about the fact that the serpent is supposed to be the symbol of Prince EA, and also I wonder about the Brotherhood of the Snake...but I do not know enough information to speculate. I bet there are people on here who could provide some insight though!

What if there were to be another sign when another revolution is needed? Should we watch for the serpent, which throughout history seems to point to Prince EA of Sumerian history?

posted on Oct, 30 2008 @ 02:54 PM
Sorry, but the divided snake was an illustration only.

Just as a snake dies if it is cut into pieces, so the new States would die if the went thir own way instead of uniting.

Don't try to look for stuff that isn't there, especially if you have no understanding of American History. Read enough for a degree in American Histry, and you may well understand a lot of things that merely confuse you now.

By the way, I am a dual citizen of the US and of Canada. I have ancestors that fought (and some that died) on both sides. Do YOU understand why the Colonies revolted? What the primary issues were? And why so many of the Loyalists remained "Loyal to the Crown"?

posted on Oct, 30 2008 @ 03:19 PM
No need to talk down to me. I can assure you that I'm aware of history surrounding the Revolutionary War.

I'm also fully aware of the snake analogy, but I'm wondering WHY the snake was used in such a high profile illustration, and how there is a connection to the representation of Prince EA of Sumerian history in the form of a serpent. I meant that in the sense of the future Americans breaking away from the British Empire, and if there was any more meaning to it. I think there COULD be, and would like to discuss it further on here (hence the point of the site). People who know the background story of what I'm talking about will understand what I mean and I want to discuss it with them.

I do not, however, want to discuss how dumb I am and how smart you are while going off topic. That's why I hardly post stuff like this on here anyway.

posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 02:11 AM
There is no need to be impertinent. It was rather brash that you came to the conclusion the topic poster was ignorant of both American history and the interpretation of that very well known image. This is after all a conspiracy forum, and unconventional ideas form the basis for this community. Although we are here to deny ignorance that does not mean we are here to suppress exploration of new ideas, and subsequently oppress them.

[edit on 31-10-2008 by cognoscente]

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