Why Did They Choose George Washington As President ?
As a reputed descendant of the Enochian ‘star family’ of priestly elites (see the starry US flag), George Washington’s cold Moon in Capricorn is well described herein:
Washington’s gifts were not immediately apparent. Certainly he was fastidious in his dress, indeed something of the dandy. Washington was powdered and puffed and wore a dress sword and white stockings, his shoes had silver buckles and the buttons of his Hartford cloth coat had eagles on them. As a general in the Revolutionary War, however, he seemed unable to win battles. He was in constant retreat hoping perhaps that the British would simply give up and go away. His deficiencies were only saved by his British counterparts being even more ill-endowed. General Howe, his opposite number, has not had a good press. “Any general in the world other than General Howe could have beaten General Washington; and any general in the world could have beaten General Howe”. Finally the French came to help out at Yorktown and that was that. The British contrived to hold up at New…
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