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  • Actors: Dr. Stan Monteith, Joe Schimmell - occult expert , prophecy teacher, Robert Hieronimus Ph.D, Bill Schnoebelen
  • Directors: Christian J Pinto
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Antiquities Research Films
  • DVD Release Date: March 28, 2007
  • Run Time: 170 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000P2XNBG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,562 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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"Riddles In Stone: Secret Architecture of Washington, D.C.", will continue to explore the fascinating history behind the origins and focus of the world's most powerful nation: America. Why was this nation founded? How was the precise location of Washington, D.C., determined? What is the meaning of the seemingly countless occult images in our nation's capitol? Volume II zeroes in on the Masonic & Rosicrucian influence so prevalent amongst our Founding Fathers as they planned, and began to implement, the layout of America's Capitol. For years, extreme controversy has abounded as to the exact meaning of the occult symbols found within the street layout, the buildings, and the monuments of Washington, D.C. Is there really an inverted Pentagram formed by the street layout just north of the White House? We have discovered the esoteric reason why this Pentagram is missing one segment. Was this city laid out to reflect the vision of a Masonic Christ foreseen by Sir Francis Bacon? Is it true that America's capitol was laid out "according to the stars", i.e., in the astrological shapes of certain planets and stars so revered by occultists? Why did our Masonic Founding Fathers perform "Corn, Wine, and Oil" ceremonies at cornerstone layings and at the dedication of the finished structure? Does this occult "wisdom" represent the interests of America, or a hidden agenda? As with Volume I, this "Secret Mysteries" series will continue to explore current -- and possibly future -- events by examining America's past. What can these realities mean for the unfolding destiny of America and the world? Now you will know that, when President Bush said he was fulfilling the "Ancient Hope" of the "New Order of the Ages" (as we show in Volume I), he was merely acting out the plan reflected in the street layout and in the architecture of Washington, D.C. 3 hour video

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Seemed like lots of speculation.
J in Texas
There were things to this I did not know and while it was interesting I really thought they could have done a little better with that information.
Michael Metzger
On the contrary, "Riddles" is said to be the best documentary ever produced on Freemasonry and the influence of secret societies in America.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By thechrisaccount on July 3, 2007
Format: DVD
Most viewers strongly disagree with the idea that "Riddles in Stone" is less impressive than "The New Atlantis." On the contrary, "Riddles" is said to be the best documentary ever produced on Freemasonry and the influence of secret societies in America. This influence is revealed through the architecture of Washington D.C., but this only forms a backdrop for the filmmakers to expose the occult nature of Masonic philosophy. Most impressive are the contrasting interviews with Freemasons and other members of arcane societies alongside those who criticize Masonry for having a hidden agenda.

One can hear from their own mouths what the Masons and esoteric groups really believe -- and their answers will shock you. If you want to learn the difference between "conspiracy theories" and REAL history, see this film. The visual evidence presented in the architecture, street layout, and various monuments in Washington D.C. are undeniable. Also, the film is the only documentary I've ever seen that actually explains why there is an "unfinished" pentagram in the street layout north of the White House. The evidence comes from Masonic sources -- all of which is very well documented.

There is also a very informative section on President Bush, the Skull and Bones Society, and how the Bavarian Illuminati may have influenced the design for Washington D.C. But most insightful is info. on the book, "Fire in the Minds of Men" by Dr. James Billington (the current Librarian of Congress) who documents the influence of the Illuminati on the revolutionary groups of the 18th-20th centuries. A clip of President Bush saying that his administration has lit "a fire in the minds of men" becomes very telling -- once the full context is presented.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Page on May 5, 2007
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This was by far one of the most convincing and detailed documentaries I have seen. By showing both sides along with esteemed experts on both aisles of the debate, the truth shines through the muck in a way that is hard to argue. For anyone who wondered about all the strange symbols on our currency and in Washington D.C.; or wondered what the purpose of the founding of America was all about, this is a MUST-SEE!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 23, 2007
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Have you ever wondered about the symbols and architecture in Washington D.C? What do they represent? Did Freemasons have any influence? Riddles in Stone addresses these questions. Experts from both points of view provide detailed information that tells a very compelling story about Americas' capitol. After seeing Riddles in Stone, your view and understanding of Washington D.C. will be changed forever.

While I agree that Secret Mysteries of America's Beginnings: The New Atlantis - Volume 1 was done well. I must respectfully disagree that Riddles in Stone is "not up to par". Where are the specifics to that charge? I found Riddles Vol II to be superior in presentation than Vol. I. Watch Riddles in Stone and make up your own mind.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Tec on February 26, 2009
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I have just finished watch this DVD and I was amazed. I have been aware of some of the details that the doco covered but I was amazed at the detail and depth of the material. The DVD goes for 170 minutes and you can hardly stop playing it to learn more. This material would be shocking and almost un beliveable for the uninitiated. It does come from a christian standpoint but it it uses historical research to back it findings. Most shocking is the interview with Benjamin Creme - a name I had not heard since the 1980's, as I did some research on this guy back then and was amased to see he is still alive and still talking about the coming World Leader "Maitreya" - I am now trying to get a hold on the next series. This is a must have DVD!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jon Norris TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 8, 2014
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It is an interesting collection of information, including multiple points of view on some issues, regarding esoteric symbols and influences in society, particularly U.S. society.

It centers around hidden symbols in the construction of Washington, D.C., dating from the time of George Washington.

While nowhere near encyclopedic in scope, it does serve as an introduction to this area of inquiry, and did introduce some information which was new to me (and I've studied these things for decades).

It is flawed in that the style varies from true documentary to "docudrama," and doesn't seem to be able to decide which it is. This is partly a flaw of the style of video production which was popular when it was made.

While they did cite sources for much of what was stated, they did make some basic errors which impacted my ability to take them seriously - such as the wildly incorrect pronunciation of Goethe's name, something pretty easily checked (which could be just the narrator's mistake, but should have been caught by editors - having studied German, it really grated on my nerves). There were a few other such errors here and there, which you would catch if you listened to the people being interviewed pronouncing them correctly.

Granted, if one just reads such word without ever having heard them pronounced correctly, such errors would be common. Still, it speaks to a certain lack of accuracy which taints the entire production.

This subject is quite deep and involved, far too much so for a 2 hour production to cover more than just highlights. I found it interesting, but not great.

If you know nothing about this area of interest, it would not be a bad overview and introduction. It is, however, far from the ultimate source of information on the subject. I did not consider ii a waste of time.
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