The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital: The Masons and the Building of Washington, D.C. (2020)

The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital: The Masons and the Building of Washington, D.C. David Ovason C. Fred Kleinknecht The Secret Architecture of Our Nation s Capital The Masons and the Building of Washington D C Today there are than twenty complete zodiacs in Washington D C each one pointing to an extraordinary mystery David Ovason who has studied these astrological devices for ten years now reveals why t
  • Title: The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital: The Masons and the Building of Washington, D.C.
  • Author: David Ovason C. Fred Kleinknecht
  • ISBN: 9780060953683
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Paperback
The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital: The Masons and the Building of Washington, D.C. David Ovason C. Fred Kleinknecht Today, there are than twenty complete zodiacs in Washington, D.C each one pointing to an extraordinary mystery David Ovason, who has studied these astrological devices for ten years, now reveals why they have been placed in such abundance in the center of our nation s capital and explains their interconnections His richly illustrated text tells the story of how WaToday, there are than twenty complete zodiacs in Washington, D.C each one pointing to an extraordinary mystery David Ovason, who has studied these astrological devices for ten years, now reveals why they have been placed in such abundance in the center of our nation s capital and explains their interconnections His richly illustrated text tells the story of how Washington, from its foundation in 1791, was linked with the zodiac, with the meaning of certain stars, and with a hidden cosmological symbolism that he uncovers here for the first time.Fascinating and thoroughly researched, The Secret Architecture of Our Nation s Capital is an engrossing book that raises provocative questions and otters complex insights into the meanings behind the mysterious symbols in Washington.
The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital: The Masons and the Building of Washington, D.C. David Ovason C. Fred Kleinknecht

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One thought on “The Secret Architecture of Our Nation's Capital: The Masons and the Building of Washington, D.C.

  1. Emily Ann Meyer

    I think there may have been something to this book, but it was very poorly organized, and the author seemed so married to his thesis that he was willing to stretch even the most innocuous of coincidences into evidence to support it, while glossing over, ignoring, or potentially distorting other facts There are a surprising number of Masons among the U.S s Founding Fathers, and much has been made of the arcane nature of other symbols within the US such as the seal on the back of the dollar bill, [...]

  2. Kasandra

    Very disappointing This book would have benefited from being half as long with twice as many applicable illustrations Many illustrations are kind of pointless and don t help move the book along, and many important points are not illustrated at all Not very much info on Masonry, aside from basic esoteric wisdom gained easily by studying astrology and the occult in general The book skips around from topic to topic and building to building, and I can t count how many times the author starts to cove [...]

  3. Jason

    interesting take on possible connections between the architecture and design of DC and astrological influences the author jumps to some conclusions that seem half baked, but overall, a very interesting history on the building of DC and the influence of Freemasons on the same turns out Slater from Dazed Confused was right many of our founding fathers were in a cult which was connected to the back of the dollar bill and the freaky business going on there.

  4. Tina

    I really wanted to finish this book but I couldn t, it s so boring It reads like a history book and he just strings you along, saying I ll get into this X topic laterwell I didn t have the patience to finish it I got about 30% into it I gave it two stars because it s well researched.

  5. S

    If you decide to make an attempt to read this book, it is worth the time to invest in reading the bibliographical references for each chapter I would recommend reading each designated footnote as you go Otherwise, I am not sure one can gain a good understanding of the author s viewpoint and the research behind it I ll admit it has taken me longer than anticipated to read, but it was worth it I would not recommend this book for everyone, but for those who have a genuine interest in the history of [...]

  6. Bold Bookworm

    This book is beautifully written While he would seem to be rambling at times, the author swiftly ties everything together at the poetic climax While the reader will be exposed to an array of topics and information on the occult, the esoteric and the arcane, much background information is given The book contains an expansive appendix.Read the entire review here boldbookworm s063011ml BBboldbookworm

  7. Myhoa

    Certainly a book to be read in parts Interesting in purpose, strange in method and quite intriguing Best read as morsels of interesting fact to think about I can t imagine a soul trying to read it as a novel It would have been AMAZING with illustations to bring his points to life and about half the pages.

  8. A.J. Jr.

    I ve bought and given away this book three times I need to buy it again Fascinating And ten years in the making.

  9. Jason Yeager

    Good read for those that understand the history of our nation and what went into building our country.

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