Statesmen & Symbols: Prelude to the Restoration (2014)

Why are inverted pentagrams on LDS Temples?

Did Benjamin Rush foresee the reconciliation of John Adams & Thomas Jefferson in vision?

Satanists and the Occult Desecrate Holy Symbols CLIP (Statesmen & Symbols DVD)


Two documentaries included:

Part 1: Sacred Symbols

Compass, Square, Octagon, Inverted Pentagram, Joseph Smith & Masonry, Early Christian Ceremonies, Ouroboros

Why are some of the sacred symbols used by the Founding Fathers, also found on tapestries in China that date to the time of the flood?

Why do we find the same symbols revealed to the Prophet Joseph Smith, as part of the Restoration, used as well by the early Christians?

Are inverted pentagrams occult symbols or do they have a sacred, nearly forgotten meaning?

What do LDS temples have in common with the Great Pyramid of Giza, Stonehenge and the Hopewell mounds in North America?

Part 2: Covenant Land

Hopewell Civilization, Ohio’s East Fork/”Hanukkiah” Earthworks, Adams & Jefferson Letters, 50 Year Jubilee

Why are many of the Masonic symbols used by the American Founding Fathers identical to those revealed by Joseph Smith?

Do sacred symbols tie the Book of Mormon, the Hopewell civilization of North America and the American founding together?

What is the significance in the deaths of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams on July 4th, fifty years to the day of the signing of the Declaration of Independence?

What are the details of American Founding Father Benjamin Rush’s vision concerning Thomas Jefferson and John Adams? How was the vision fulfilled?

Did some of the American Founding Fathers understand the need for a Restoration and in many ways anticipate the work of Joseph Smith?

Why did Benjamin Franklin work to bring Freemasonry to America? Was Freemasonry in America a prelude to the Restoration?

Guest Appearances: Timothy Ballard, Rod L. Meldrum, V. Lauri Updike, Scott N. Bradley, J. Ruel Haymond, Vicki Jo Anderson, Val W. Brinkerhoff, Amberli G. Nelson, Kay M Godfrey

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