New Documentary Exposes Imposter Government

While maintaining the façade of a “Judeo-Christian” society, have deceptive forces been at work in the U.S. government to subvert America into an occult empire? The makers of the new documentary, “Riddles in Stone: The Secret Architecture of Washington D.C.” tell us that the evidence is hidden in plain sight. They argue that America’s capital city is not merely an homage to Greco-Roman beauty, but represents the occult paradigm of the ancient world - one that will have its ultimate climax with the emergence of a global government ruled by a world leader, who is known among students of Bible prophecy as the Antichrist. Sound too outlandish to be true? Take a seat and hold on to your jaw. The proof is literally carved in stone.

“Riddles” is the latest installment in the new award winning series, “Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings,” that made its debut last year with Volume I: “The New Atlantis” which received critical acclaim, winning Best Documentary Feature at the New York International Film Festival, and Best Historical Documentary at the Los Angeles Film Festival, plus the 2006 Telly Award, given for excellence in TV and movie production.

In the 16th century, Sir Francis Bacon, along with Dr. Dee, Sir Walter Raleigh and others, viewed the American continent as the rediscovery of the lost empire of Atlantis. As such, their secret societies (the Freemasons and Rosicrucians) were sent to the new world to launch America as an identical philosophic empire that would one day spread to all the world.

The conclusion of the filmmakers is that this idea of a “global Atlantis” is what is really driving the New World Order.

“This becomes especially interesting when one considers that President Bush is said to view America as an idea but without borders,” says “Riddles”
director, Christian J. Pinto. “If America had no borders, where would it end?”

This new documentary reminds an audience of President Bush's lifelong membership in the Skull and Bones Society, showing that its origins date back to Germany, and quite probably to the Bavarian Illuminati. They cite the book, “Fire in the Minds of Men”, by Dr. James H. Billington (the Librarian of Congress and personal friend of Mrs. Laura Bush) that chronicles the history of the revolutionary movements that inspired the French and Russian revolutions – as well as all the other revolutions throughout the world, including Hitler’s Nazi movement. When Billington writes that: “The revolutionary faith was shaped not so much by the critical rationalism of the French Enlightenment (as is generally believed) as by the occultism and pro-romanticism of Germany,” he is specifically referring to the Illuminati, which he claims put “the fire” in the minds of revolutionary leaders.

From there, the audience is shown a clip of President Bush in his 2005 inaugural address, saying,

“By our efforts we have lit a fire as well, a fire in the minds of men. It warms those who feel its power. It burns those who fight its progress. And one day, this untamed fire of freedom will reach the darkest corners of our world.”

Bush seems to have clearly aligned himself with the occult based revolutionary movements that have come before, whose aim is not to spread the Biblical gospel, but to establish a global government.

Why then would Bush profess to be a Christian? Especially when he says there are “different routes” to God, and uses Islam as an example (it has been under Bush’s so-called “Christian” administration that Muslim prayer has been introduced in the U.S. Capitol.)

The answer comes from Masonic philosopher, Manly P. Hall, who says that pagan intellectuals “reclothed their original ideas in a garment of Christian phraseology” in order to deceive the masses, who generally held Christian beliefs.

These pagans then inserted their own ideas secretly into America’s government, designing symbols, monuments and buildings with their own occult code.
“While it cannot be said that all of America’s leaders have used Christianity as a cloak to hide their true intention,” says Pinto, “the evidence is clear that many of them have, and continue to do so.”

All one need do is listen to the Democrats currently running for President. Their attempts at presenting their “faith,” to America should be a clear reminder of the Machiavellian assertion that if leaders want to rule over a people, they must at least espouse some of their religious beliefs -- whether they truly believe them or not.

Nevertheless, “Riddles in Stone” is neither a left or right wing documentary. It shows us that wolves in sheeps clothing may be found in both the liberal and so-called “conservative” camps of American politics. Truly, the Illuminati has highjacked the government of America right out from the noses of genuine Christians, starting in 1776.

Is it time for Christians to wake up and demand our government back?