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Publicēts: 16.06.2003.
Valoda: Angļu
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Masons have another name to the "New World Order" - that is "New Atlantis." They believed that North America was the place from which their New Atlantis would spread. There is a myth about Atlantis that existed about 10,000 years before the Greek civilization. It says that ten kings ruled Atlantis in complete harmony by being cooperative. Seven of them ruled over the seven islands; the other three - over Europe, Asia, and Africa. One day the seven kings of Atlantis decided to invade the other three continents. Zeus, the father of all gods, was angered because of this and in a single evening destroyed the whole Atlantis by flooding over it. The author explains why this legend is so important to Masons: Atlantis before the flood was the natural and proper form of human government that was destroyed by "selfishness and ignorance of men," so people should try to rebuild that kind of government to reach the goal of "universal democracy." The book questioned why there is so much secrecy in these groups. And the book answers itself that this is why they still exists. Their ideal is Sir Francis Bacon, the first-born son of Queen Elizabeth and Lord Robert Dudley, who is a founder of a plan the "New Atlantis." It is believed that he wrote Shakespeare's works, but wanted to keep his name in secrecy because he didn't want endanger neither himself nor his mother. …

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