Our so-called founding fathers were not who you’ve been taught. In fact, there is quite a gulf  between reality and perception. America is drowning in an ocean of cognitive dissonance, when it comes to the truth of America’s historical founding.

What precisely do I mean by that?  What one has learned in public schools regarding the history of the country you’ve lived in all your life is, in fact, a false representation of reality. The truth is something else entirely. The men who founded this country were not men of the people, neither were they men for the people! They were aristocrats, with connections to other men possessing royal titles-men of wealth, rank and privilege.

And, these connections can all be traced back to royal bloodlines in Britain, and France.

The ‘founding fathers’ were solely interested, not in the timeless virtues of liberty and freedom, but rather in preserving their vast land holdings. They were also intent on establishing a central banking concern, later developing into the Federal Reserve. As I’ve outlined in other posts, the Federal Reserve is not affiliated with the American government, but exists as a privately owned franchise of Crown Temple in London. In essence, it is a private concern, not connected to any  of the three branches of government.


Alexander Hamilton, perhaps more than anyone, did everything in his individual power to sell the colonies down the river to the bankers of the Crown Temple in London. In fact, research bears out, this was a role Hamilton was groomed to play. The constitution, drawn up at the conclusion of the American revolution, represented a legal document, establishing rights and privileges for those that lived on the land. It was a living document of legal terms and conditions negotiated between Crown Temple esquires, or attorneys, stipulating that while those that lived on the land would be required to pay taxes and tributes, the Crown Temple bank and its stockholders would retain ownership in perpetuity.

But first, to provide historical perspective, we must digress for a moment, to 1604.

In that year, the Virginia company was issued a charter to establish land settlements along the Eastern seaboard of America. Not only were the stockholders of this company given royal charter affiliated with the Crown Temple bank, King James was among them. The Virginia Company charter stipulated that not only was the land on which the colonies established owned by Crown Temple and royal interests, but the natural resources beneath the land as well. Gold and silver mines, as well as other precious natural resources, by virtue of legal charter, were essentially hoarded.

This is why property taxes are levied still, to this day, on those granted land titles. A title, legally speaking, is a lease, which entails one is not the legal owner. Rather, one has been contracted to pay tribute to the Crown Temple bank, and to the royal bloodlines, representing the major stockholders. A person holding a land deed is merely renting, not owning. The land is still legally held in trust by the Crown Temple bank!

From here, be prepared for things to get even more convoluted.

The Virginia Company essentially represented two corporate entities, one centered in London, the other in Plymouth. Although both were owned and operated by the Crown Temple bank, both territories had separate charters. The latter territory in Plymouth, by virtue of never having ratified its charter, was officially dissolved in 1620. Through legal restructuring, it is known today as the region of New England!  Later, in 1773, the US government made a contract with the Crown Temple. This stipulated that loans were legally owed to the Crown Temple bank, and would be paid in full, plus interest, at some future date. To fully grasp the significance of this legal agreement, this meant the Crown Temple bank, was essentially funding both sides of the American revolutionary war! This is how the Crown Temple does business, maintaining hegemony through charters, patents, loans, liens, and contracts. In 1790, the Crown Temple chartered America’s first central bank. When some in the American government refused to renew the charter, the Crown Temple did what they always do in offering the perfect solution in such matters-they started a war, the war of 1812!

One might think this is implausible. And yet, it is true!

Every American since then, is contracted to honor this agreement, but does so unwittingly. One is never told the specifics regarding this monumental arrangement, and for good reason. For, if this were generally known, the debt based financial system would collapse.       

But back, for a moment, to our friend Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton is perhaps most notorious, not for his nefarious banking ventures, but for another incident in American history reaching legendary and even mythical status-that of his armed duel with Thomas Jefferson’s future Vice President, Aaron Burr. Reportedly, Burr had made some disparaging remarks about Hamilton’s true ancestry-in that Hamilton hailed from a prominent Jewish banking family. In fact, Hamilton’s mother was from the West Indies, while his father was named Levine, and connected to the prominent Rothschild banking dynasty in Europe. While the true nature of the dispute causing both gentlemen to take up arms isn’t clear, Hamilton agreed to meet Burr at a waterside location now familiar to most residents of New Jersey, known as the boardwalk. Before both combatants paced off with their pistols, Hamilton made a fatal mistake that ultimately cost him his life. When Hamilton paced off and turned to fire his weapon, he was facing east towards the rising run. Blinded by the rays, and unable to fire an accurate volley, Burr came away the victor.

Hamilton’s education was curious, in that he attended Kings college in New York, completing a law degree in 1774. It reportedly took him less than three years to complete a curriculum would normally take eight. The clue as to why Hamilton may have been favored goes back to his father’s Rothschild connection. King’s college was founded by the London Kings Inn, and later became Columbia University. Soon after being admitted to the prestigious New York bar, providing him the official title of Esquire, Hamilton became personal secretary to George Washington. It was here that Hamilton entrenched his influence regarding financial policy.

That influence can still be felt today.

Perhaps more than any other ‘founding father’, Hamilton is responsible for the creation of the charter that established the First Central bank of New York, which later developed into the Federal Reserve. These events were no accident of history, for the Temple Inn of the Crown sought to establish, above all, central banking in the newly formed colonies. This ensured their control over the American government, control that has never been relinquished.

Regarding Hamilton, there remains a glaring irony. While extolling the virtues of American freedom and liberty, he was also involved in helping the Rothschild and Crown Temple bankers establish their foothold with the distribution of interest bearing loans and paper dollars. That is the ultimate reason why, American public school history books should publish the truth and begin to regard Alexander Hamilton and the so-called founding fathers as infamous.

My next installment in this series of blog posts will deal with the year 1066 and how what happened then greatly influenced the events of 1776 in America, and beyond!

Stay tuned for part III, How Crown Temple rules over America.

9 thoughts on “How Crown Temple rules America (part II)

  1. You’ll love this story about Hamilton & Burr: apparently their alleged duel was connected to a public utility scam that acted as a cover for it being a bank that managed illicit money laundering, where they were embezzling tax revenues from public coffers in the north east to finance this scam. To quote:

    “Among his veritable portfolio of crimes and attempts at fraud was a scheme involving the Manhattan Water Company, a cooperative operation both Burr and his adversary, Hamilton, advocated as partners. Alas, the plan involved an attempt to siphon city funds appropriated for the building of a new city water system into a bank. Burr was not one for subtlety. Also, Burr and Hamilton’s duel kind of started with a falling-out over, of all things, plumbing.”

    “So yes, the very first utility company in the United States was not a utility company at all. It was actually a bank, now known as JP Morgan Chase & Company Bank. When it came to his numerous attempts to defraud the United States and other entities, Burr never did quite master the art of subtlety.”


    “The Manhattan Company was formed in 1799 with the ostensible purpose of providing clean water to Lower Manhattan.[1] However, the main interest of the company was not in the supply of water, but rather in becoming a part of the banking industry in New York. At that time, the banking industry was monopolized by Alexander Hamilton’s Bank of New York and the New York branch of the First Bank of the United States. “To circumvent the opposition of Hamilton to the establishment of a bank,”[2] …. Aaron Burr founded the company and successfully gained banking privileges through a clause in its charter granted to it by the state that allowed it to use surplus capital for banking transactions.[1] The company raised $2 million, used one hundred thousand dollars for building a water supply system, and used the rest to start the bank.[3]”


    In today’s money, the company’s initial $2 million raised from government tax coffers, etc. would be worth $48 million. Yet another racket.


    1. On the question of Burr’s apparent lack of subtlety when it came to his scams, I feel it was intentional because considering how they viewed (and still view) the masses as dumb herd animals to be exploited and tossed away, he probably didn’t feel the need to appear even remotely believable, knowing that the morons will still believe in his crap.

      “Also, Burr and Hamilton’s duel kind of started with a falling-out over, of all things, plumbing.”

      More likely, it was a falling-out over this Manhattan Water Company/J.P. Morgan Bank fraud scheme, with plumbing used as a cover for what was actually going on. And I wouldn’t be surprised if the entire Hamilton-Burr Duel saga was faked to distract people from this monumental fraud as well as to garner public sympathy for the two crooks, portraying them as men who fell prey to little skirmishes in the forest.

      For more info to be read and dissected in the future about this case, see:


      1. Your hypothesis the Burr-Hamilton duel may have been an historical fabrication is most interesting, deserving of more research. Perhaps – for future consideration, ideal for an article.

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