“The Masonic Mystery of Liberty Imported to America by Her Sons”


Roman not a greek goddess:

The tablet in the Statue’s left hand has the date of American Independence: July 4, 1776. The date is written in Roman numerals and reads July IV MDCCLXXVI.

Poem lightening- golden door



Since liberty is a Masonic project, it is not surprising to find out that the Statue of Liberty is a Roman goddess veiled in pagan esoteric symbolism that helps us to understand the Founders infatuation with the Roman Republic and, more importantly, reveals her concealed intention to enslave a nation in the name of “liberty’ as she had done to the ancient Romans.

The Founders Infatuation with Rome

Besides sporting the popular colonial knickers and white stockings, the founding fathers were extremely fond of donning Roma attire and having toga parties or classical philosophical sessions at their Roman styled estates that stood firm on the banks of the Potomac. From youth they were brought up on the Greek and Roman classics. They were required to master Virgil, Cicero, Horace, Tacitus, Herodotus, Plutarch, Lucretius, and Thucydides. College entrance requirements included the ability to translate and expound the classical texts.  Lessons about liberty and virtue were taught from the pages of Plutarch, Herodotus, Xenophon, Livy, and  Polybius. Madison, Dickerson, Jefferson, Adams, Wilson, and Hamilton were all steeped in the classics. They were learned in Greek and Latin and students of classical literature, history, and philosophy.

Of all the heroes that George Washington could be compared to, he was most compared to the Roman General Cincinnatus and styled himself a Roman Stoic. Joseph Warren, the Grand Master of the Boston Lodge who sent Paul Revere on his midnight ride, modeled his oratory style on that of the great Roman orator, Marcus Tullius Cicero. In addition to being president, Thomas Jefferson was an architect who promoted the Roman Classical revival and believed the Roman style fitted to the new nation.  He referred to America as the new “Roman Republic.” He designed the Capitol of Virginia and his home at Monticello on the Roman style. He referred to himself as a Roman Epicurean and considered the “doctrines of Epicurus as containing everything rational in moral philosophy which Greece and Rome have left us.” He also designed the Rotunda at the University of Virginia after the harmonic proportions (esoteric geometry) of the Roman Pantheon and stated that the American experiment was a unique endeavor that had not been seen since the days of Rome.



Esoteric Symbolism Contained on Statue of Liberty

Interestingly, Libertas is robbed in a toga, the dress of a Roman prostitute, it also helps to explain the infatuation of the nation’s founders, the so-called “Sons of Liberty” with the ancient Masonic plan to enslave those who honor her.

Significantly, toga parties were associated with prostitution – prostitutes (presumably slaves) wore only the toga. At the time of Cicero, free women wore a stola and palla. The toga was a mark of honor for a man and the mark of disgrace for a woman.

The Freemasons and Sons of Liberty

Beginning, with her first new slaves, the “Sons of Liberty” Libertas has spread her “free” Masonic rites far and wide. The Sons of Liberty were lured by promises of freedom to undertake a revolution against “tyranny” led on by a goddess who was herself a lying tyrant. Some among them seemed to have known what they were doing. Men like Jefferson and Adams were full willing to engage in a battle against Christianity, which they both said had enslaved humanity.  They were the leading lights of the revolution.  Like Eve, they had their eyes opened to knowledge attained by only the few adepts and master craftsmen who allow themselves to be seduced and turn their back on the Holy Trinity to accept a false god who promises enlightenment, esoteric wisdom by which they become cunning deceivers and vanguards of the revolution:

“God knows well that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened and you will be like gods, who know* good and evil. The woman saw that the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eyes, and the tree was desirable for gaining wisdom (enlightenment). So she took some of its fruit and ate it” (Genesis 3: 5-6).

Here it is apropos to recall that according to John Adams, the real revolution was,

“…in the minds and hearts of the people, a change in their religious sentiments of their duties and obligations….This radical change in the (Christian) principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people, was the real American Revolution.”

Along with Jefferson and other Sons of Liberty, Adams insisted that the tenets of Christianity were for “fools”, thereby implying that he and others like him, were enlightened and wise enough to believe themselves chosen for the mission of freeing the world from the despotism of Christian clerics.

“In every country and in every age, the priest has been hostile to liberty. He is always in alliance with the Despot abetting his abuses in return for protection to his own….They have perverted the purest religion ever preached to man, into mystery & jargon unintelligible to all mankind & therefore the safer engine for their purposes.”[1]

“Millions of innocent men, women, and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have been burnt, tortured, fined, imprisoned; yet we have not advanced one inch towards uniformity. What has been the effect of coercion? To make one half the world fools, and the other half hypocrites.”[2]

These priests and Protestant clergy were the great deceivers, the tyrants over the minds of men whom Jefferson had sworn upon the altar of God to eradicate:

I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man”.[3]

Thus, John Adams referred to the Protestant ministers as “yahoos” the great enemies of “free inquiry who should be endured no longer.”

“And ever since the Reformation, when or where has existed a Protestant or dissenting sect who would tolerate A FREE INQUIRY (Adams’ own emphasis)? The blackest billingsgate, the most ungentlemanly insolence, the most yahooish brutality, is patiently endured, countenanced, propagated, and applauded.”[4]

Thus, Adams, Jefferson, et al, enlightened and rational men could no longer stand the impious heresies of the Christian clergy, whom they referred to them as the “real Anti-christ”:

“That rational men not being able to swallow their (the clergy’s)  impious heresies, in order to force them down their throats, they (the clergy) raise the hue and cry of infidelity, while themselves are the greatest obstacles to the advancement of the real doctrines of Jesus, and do in fact constitute the real Anti-Christ.”[5]

The time had come, they thought, to go to war with Christianity:

“Cabalistic Christianity, which is catholic (sic) Christianity, and which has prevailed for 1,500 years, has received a mortal wound, of which the monster must finally die. Yet so strong is his constitution, that he may endure for centuries before he expires.”[6]

Libertas, in whose name the monster was being fought, had convinced such men to be at war with the true God, the Holy Trinity, whom Jefferson belittled as a:

“Hocus-pocus phantasm of a God like another Cerberus, with one body and three heads” (Thomas Jefferson, Letter to James Smith, 1822).

Because “cabalistic Christianity”, which had fabricated a monster for a god, had not yet expired, it was clear what the revolution was about:

“The question before the human race is, Whether the God of nature (the Masonic god) Shall govern the World by his own laws, or Whether Priests and Kings Shall rule it by fictitious Miracles? Or, in other Words, whether Authority is originally in the People? or whether it has descended for 1800 Years in a Succession of Popes and Bishops, or brought down from Heaven by the holy Ghost in the form of a Dove, in a Phyal of holy Oil?”[7]

The God of nature and his sons of liberty were about to thrown down the gauntlet in the face of the Holy Trinity and their sons of Mary, the Mother of the Church, the union of Catholic and Protestant clergy and all who strive to keep the commandments and bear witness to Jesus.

“Then the dragon became angry with the woman and went off to wage war against the rest of her offspring, those who keep God’s commandments and bear witness to Jesus” (Rev. 11:17).

Like Jefferson and Adams, lesser lights of the revolution also honored liberty and vowed war against Christian despots. Paul Revere, harbored “fierce resentment” toward both “tea profiteers” and toward “religious bigots (who) tried to fasten upon the minds of the people narrow ideas the trend of which would be to bring about a union of Church and State.”[8] Revere knew, as did all the Sons of Liberty” that he was involved in a revolution to overturn two hundred years of American history by introducing novel liberal ideas such as the separation of church and state, which Pope Pius X condemned as a “pernicious error” (encyclical Vehementer Nos) [9], popular sovereignty, and a secular constitution.

It is therefore no surprise at all that another Pope, Pius XI also condemned their plan:

“With Jesus Christ…excluded from political life, with authority derived not from God but from man, the very basis of that authority has been taken away….The result is that human society is tottering to its fall, because it is no longer secure on a solid foundation.”

“As long as individuals and states refused to submit to the rule of our Savior, there would be no really hopeful prospect of a lasting peace among nations.”

Like the French Philosophes, their foreign affiliates who planned their revolution in the salons of Paris, the Sons of Liberty, planned theirs in the taverns of Boston. In 1764, Paul Revere and a group of brothers from St. Andrew’s Lodge of Freemasons purchased the Green Dragon Tavern, which thereafter became their ale house, the philosophical hub of Boston’s free thinkers who entertained themselves while planning a revolution. The heart of the Boston club included Revere, John Hancock, Samuel Adams, and Dr. Joseph Warren, the Scottish Rite Mason who sent Paul Revere and William Dawes on their “Midnight Ride”.[10]

Things got so bad with the Freemasons that a short 50 years after the revolution an “Anti-Masonic” political party was established in 1828, arising out of allegations that freemasons were killing lodge brothers who turned against them, lodge brothers such as William Morgan who disappeared in 1826.  The most famous Anti-Mason was Daniel Webster who referred to the Green Dragon tavern as “the headquarters of the revolution.” True Americans”, according to the anti-Masons, “had to organize and defeat this conspiracy. If good government was to be restored.”

The American Revolution resulted in the modern world’s first “experiment” with a secular commonwealth built on the principles of human reason divorced from faith and the Christian religion. Indeed John Adams boasted:

“It will never be pretended that any persons employed in that service (the writing of the constitution) had interviews with the gods, or were in any degree under the inspiration of heaven…it will forever be acknowledged that these governments were contrived by the use of reason (alone) and the senses (not faith and the bible)…Thirteen governments founded on the natural (versus supernatural) authority of the people alone.”

Thus, Thomas Jefferson referred to the whole thing as an “experiment:

“I am not discouraged by [a] little difficulty; nor have I any doubt that the result of our experiment will be, that men are capable of governing themselves without a master.” [11]

Because the “experiment” has proved so successful, we now live in post-secular society long ago established on the principles of liberalism, a society in which the program of liberalism has spread so far that the principles of liberty and toleration that were necessary to plant and nurture the anti-Christian agenda of masonry have grown full blossom and the rotten fruit emanating from Libertas’ “Liberty Tree” can no longer be hidden – it has given birth, over an extended period of time, to what Saint John Paul II referred to as “structures of sin.”

“If the present situation can be attributed to difficulties of various kinds, it is not out of place to speak of “structures of sin,” which, as I stated in my Apostolic Exhortation Reconciliatio et Paenitentia, are rooted in personal sin, and thus always linked to the concrete acts of individuals who introduce these structures, consolidate them and make them difficult to remove. And thus they grow stronger, spread, and become the source of other sins, and so influence people’s behavior.[12]

Thus the liberty tree planted in the 18th century has grown to great proportions in th 21st. Those who examine the world through a Geopolitical lens seldom if ever resort to such terms; however Theopolitics, because, it also employs philosophical and theological analysis, is able to use such a term as “structures of sin” because sin is certainly within the purview of theology. Without such a perspective, we will not be able to correctly analyze the disease and prescribe an anecdote nor to forecast correctly.  John Paul II understood this

“Sin” and “structures of sin” are categories which are seldom applied to the situation of the contemporary world. However, one cannot easily gain a profound understanding of the reality that confronts us unless we give a name to the root of the evils which afflict us.”

The root of the evils that afflict us is the revolutionary craze for “liberty” from which the Liberty Tree sprouted and then gave forth bad fruit, the fruit of deadly sins that has become the omnipresent diet of many people who having eaten from the tree so many times that moral, spiritual, and intellectual maladies have taken their root, and consequently, through their combined actions, have grown culturally pervasive until becoming structures of sin.

If we had examined the Liberty Tree carefully, we would have seen that it was a harbinger of death, of a culture of death. Looking critically at this tree honored by the Sons of Liberty, pictured to the left,  we not only see intolerance, we also see bullying, assault, mockery, brutality, and death. Lady Liberty counsels tolerance to get her way, but is quick to resort to intolerance when she can get away with it. In France she resorted to the guillotine, herein the New World, the hangman’s noose seemed more appropriate.

Many have become so immune that they do not even notice, others out of fear or the “conspiracy of silence say nothing, through secret complicity” or indifferent.  Still others “take refuge in the supposed impossibility of changing the world.” There are those who see but “sidestep the effort and sacrifice required, producing specious reasons of a higher order.”[13]


In France, the Lady Liberty replaced the Virgin Mary in the cathedral at Note Dame in Paris.  The Virgin Mary is immaculate, Lady Liberty impure.

Thus, we can understand the sentiments of many of the founders towards her son, sentiments that lead to the conclusion that it is wrong to assert that the Founders were not Christians, as many are doing.  It is wrong to make such an assertion because they were more than non-Christian, they were anti-Christians. It was not enough to privatize religion.  That was only a short-term solution.  There were too many Christians in 1776 to implement that radical of a program; it would take time; nonetheless, the spirit of anti-Christ was in the air.

“For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist” (2 John 1:7).

What does this make John Adams who, in a letter to Thomas Jefferson stated:

“The Europeans are all deeply tainted with prejudices, both ecclesiastical and temporal, which they can never get rid of. They are all infected with Episcopal and Presbyterian creeds, and confessions of faith. They all believe that great Principle which has produced this boundless universe, Newton’s universe and Herschell’s universe, came down to this little ball, to be spit upon by Jews. And until this awful blasphemy (of God becoming man) is got rid of, there never will be any liberal science in the world.”[14]

Adams, like other Freemasons, denied the divinity of Jesus; he preferred the “great Principle” (presumably the Masonic god of nature). The great Principle would never debase and humiliate Himself by “coming down to this little ball to be spit upon by the Jews.” Only someone like Jesus would do that.

Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son” (1 John 2:22).

What does this make Thomas Jefferson, who in a letter to James Smith (1822) stated that the Holy Trinity (Father and Son) are a:

“Hocus-pocus phantasm of a God like another Cerberus, with one body and three heads”

“The Athanasian paradox that one is three, and three but one, is so incomprehensible to the human mind, that no candid man can say he has any idea of it, and how can he believe what presents no idea? He who thinks he does, only deceives himself. He proves, also, that man, once surrendering his reason, has no remaining guard against absurdities the most monstrous, and like a ship without rudder, is the sport of every wind. With such person, gullibility which they call faith, takes the helm from the hand of reason, and the mind becomes a wreck”.

Further on, St. John tells us that:

“Every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that [spirit] of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world” (1 John 4:3).

What does that make of Thomas Paine who in his best selling, Age of Reason stated:

“The story of Jesus Christ appearing after he was dead is the story of an apparition, such as timid imaginations can always create in vision, and credulity believe. Stories of this kind had been told of the assassination of Julius Caesar” (Part II Section XVII).

This point seems to be rather simple:

Every spirit that acknowledges Jesus Christ come in the flesh belongs to God, and every spirit that does not acknowledge Jesus does not belong to God. This is the spirit of the antichrist” (1 John 4:2-3).

The problem with Lady Liberty and her sons, the Freemasons, Epicureans, free thinkers, theosophists, in general with almost every leading light among the Founding  Fathers and those who espouse liberalism is the rejection of the Holy Trinity and  Christ’ church, Protestant, Orthodox, and Catholic.  Look high and low and you will find it difficult to locate a great name who does not have problems with some church or Christian creed, article of faith, or simply clerical authority. After reading Saint John below, ask yourself, what does that make all of them?

“We belong to God, and anyone who knows God listens to us, while anyone who does not belong to God refuses to hear us. This is how we know the spirit of truth and the spirit of deceit” (1 John 4:6).

Those who belong to God, to the Holy Trinity, through Jesus, with Him, and in Him, listen to His Church, “us”.  Those who do not belong refuse to listen.  Like their mother, the harlot, Lady Liberty, they are deceivers whose time has come. Those who say that the Founding Fathers are not Christians are dead wrong, they Founding Fathers are Antichristians whose boasts, such as the following are quickly coming to an end. The Women with the Immaculate Heart is about ready to “triumph” and to usher in an Era of Peace thereby dethroning Lady Liberty, the whore of Babylon, enslaved by lust and license, the false fruit of her false liberty.

Jefferson and Adams might have been correct about the Catholic Church being weakend, but incorrect in assessing the wound as “mortal”.  They were right to admire her exceedingly “strong constitution” but wrong again to think she might be taken down in a few centuries. The centuries have past and she is waxing strong, while the liberals are in retreat.

“While you watched, a stone was hewn from a mountain without a (human) hand being put to it, and it struck its iron and clay feet, breaking them in pieces. The iron, clay, bronze, silver, and gold all crumbled at once, fine as the chaff on the threshing floor in summer, and the wind blew them away without leaving a trace. But the stone that struck the statue became a great mountain and filled the whole earth” (Daniel 2:34- ).

The stone which Daniel, in a vision, saw drawn from the mountain without a (human) hand being put to it” was a vision for the “future”. The mountain is Jesus Christ and the stone that in the future would break into pieces all the kingdoms of the earth is the Catholic Church of who He is the corner stone rejected by the builders.

“And so I say to you, you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of the netherworld shall not prevail against it” (Matthew 16:18).

The gates of hell will not prevail against Christ’s church. Hells gates cannot withstand the onslaught of Christian men and women that is coming at them even now.









You belong to God, children, and you have conquered them, for the one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world. They belong to the world; accordingly, their teaching belongs to the world, and the world listens to them.

Papl condemnations masonry

[1] Thomas Jefferson  (March 17,1814) Letter to Horatio G. Spafford,

[2] Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia:

[3] Letter to Dr. Benjamin Rush, September 23, 1800

[4] John Adams, Letter to John Taylor

[5] Thomas Jefferson (1810) Letter to Samuel Kercheval

[6] John Adams, (July 16, 1814) Letter to Thomas Jefferson.

[7]  John Adams, (June 20, 1815) Letter to Thomas Jefferson


[9] “There is no power but from God and those that are, are ordained of God. Therefore he who resisteth the power resisteth the ordinance of God” (Romans 13).

[10] Warren had been raised in the Lodge of St. Andrew and was Grand Master of the Massachusetts Provincial Grand Lodge from  1769 until his death in 1775. Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library:

[11] Let ter to T. B. Hollis (1787)

[12] ibid

[13] ibid

[14] Letter dated January 22, 1825. The section in bold is attached from fragment of an earlier letter from Adams to Jefferson written   January, 17 1820)