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Riddles in Stone - Secret Mysteries of America's Beginnings Volume II: Secret Architecture of Washington, D.C.
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This video continues our examination of the true history of America's founding. We examine the architecture, the paintings, the sculptures and the street layouts of Washington, D.C. Since so much controversy over the centuries has erupted concerning the role Freemasons have played in the founding of America and of our nation's capitol, we set up a public debate with top-ranking Masonic authorities on the one hand and independent researchers on the other. Has been nominated for two Film Industry Awards: 1) New York Independent Film Festival 2) Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Running Time is nearly 3 hours -- Retail is $29.99 * National Publicity Campaign by nationally recognized Public Relations firm * National and Regional Radio Interviews * Feature articles, with publishing of pertinent excerpts * Advertising: Christian retailing magazines and niche-marketing campaign * Authors will conduct "Author Signings" at national trade show
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This DVD in particular is interesting. Going in I was expecting to see a list of all the architecture in Washington that is modeled after the occult. While there are elements of this in the movie, the focus is rather on the background of the city itself, and tries to show how all of the architects who worked on the city were freemasons. It then goes into what different symbols mean and where they came from. As I said before, it doesn't list off a bunch of masonic architecture in the capitol, rather it shows what everything means so that if you were to see something while site seeing you would know what that meant.
I didn't think it was as good as the first one near the beginning, but it quickly became the better of the two as it moved toward the middle. I think this was mainly because of the interviews with the masons themselves. The head of the masonic lodge in British Columbia and the leading masonic apologist, Brent Morris, both had considerable time to make their cases against the hidden architecture of Washington DC, and I found this to be what made this movie so great. Hearing both sides of the argument was really intriguing and fascinating, and by the end of the movie I was convinced that Washington DC has intentional masonic architecture.
However, I do think that you can take this too far and start believing that everything in Washington in masonic, which would not be true. So just make sure you only see what is there, rather than adding your own interpretations.
As skeptical as one wants to be on these matters, one cannot deny the existence of the masonic symbols themselves, placed in non-coincidental manner, time and again. After watching the video, there remains no doubt that the designers and architects in charge of the Washington DC layout at the time, wanted to send a strong message to posterity, about themselves, about their origins, their values and their intentions.
As it is the case for the first volume, this DVD is quite long. Better watched by chapters. And more than once. Lots of details to reatain.