At the end of the Revolution, if George was heir conditioned, he would be crowned Emperor George I of the "Holy Roman" Empire States of America, with his palace at Babylon on the Hudson!

George's mother Mary expected to play the role of Helena Augusta, and she was bitterly disappointed that her son had to accept second prize, or the lowly position of President of a Republic!

The campaign to canonize British-born George Washington, and make him part of the New World "Holy Family" began immediately after his death in 1799.

"Saint" George by British artist
David Edwin.

A Jesuit priest from Maryland named "Parson" Weems began the campaign with his hagiography entitled: A History of the Life and Death, Virtues and Exploits of General George Washington.

Following that historical fiction, thousands of books appeared extolling the virtues of the "saint."

To question his "sainthood," or sanity, is considered rank heresy, like questioning the presence of Saint Peter in Roma.


The Apotheosis of Washington by Constantino
Brumidi in the Capitol Rotunda.

The first painter to depict the deified George was a British artist named John Edwin (17761841). The famous Apotheosis of Washington was the work of Italian artist Constantino Brumidi (18051880). Brumidi was a latter day Michelangelo, and he worked for years in the Vatican under Pope Gregory XVI.

The "Holy Family" with step-brother Lawrence,
Mary, Augustine and little George with the axe.

According to "Parson" Weems, 6-year-old George cut down a cherry tree, and then confessed because "HE COULD NOT TELL A LIE!"

However, every time George was asked why he was not heir conditioned he had to lie and say he contacted smallpox in Barbados.

George's great-grandfather, King Charles II, contacted smallpox, and then went on to father more children than the Patriarch Jacob or Israel.


Bust of
the "saint" by
Jean-Antoine Houdon.

Many portraits of the "saint" exist, all different, but the marble bust by French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon is considered to be the most authentic.

Native Americans called George "Chief Little Hatchet" because he did not speak with forked tongue about cutting down the cherry tree! The real "hatchet job" was done by Thomas Jefferson on good King George III.

In the Holy Bible JEHOVAH is symbolized as an AXE:

And even now the axe is laid to the root of the trees. Therefore every tree which does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire (Jeremiah 51:20, Daniel 4:23, Saint Luke 3:9).

Amazingly, in the 1066 Bayeux Tapestry, another fake "Conqueror" named William is also credited with chopping down a tree with an axe!

No matter what the hagiographers write about Washington, it is the people who were his close friends that determine what he really believed.

2 of his closest friends were General Hugh Mercer and Virginia Governor Lord Dunmore.....Both those men were rabid Jacobites, meaning they wanted to put the descendant of the warming pan Prince of Wales back on the throne....Of course, that meant a restoration of papal power in Britannia.

Portrait of Mary Ball (1709
1789) painted
by British artist Thomas Hudson.

Before the Revolution, Jesuits priest was banned in Virginia.

Augustine and Mary sailed to Britain and were secretly married by a Jesuit priest.

After George was born in 1731, the couple arrived back in 1732, so George only told a little white lie when he said he was born in 1732.

Mary was Lawrence Washington's wicked step-mother!


The humble Augustine Washington

George Washington was not born in a stable . . . but in a manor....That is the William Ball Manor in Berkshire, England. The marriage laws in Virginia were the same as in England. Banns had to be posted for 3 Sabbaths, and the ceremony performed by a Church of England minister. At that time, Jesuits priests were banned in Virginia, so the couple sailed to Britain!

When he was 19, George fathered a "love child" with widow Martha Price Harrison!!

George was only 19 when he fathered a "love child" with "grieving" widow Martha Price Harrison. Mary Washington did some quick thinking and soon found a husband for Martha!

Thomas Pose
y (17501818) was
the sole son of the Generalissimo.

Augustine Washington—father of George—had a timely demise in 1742—so his "grieving" widow Mary ran the vast plantation.

After widow Martha Price Harrison became pregnant by George, mother Mary packed Lawrence and George off to Barbados while she found a husband for Martha.



No portrait of the mother of
Thomas Posey exists.

In 1751, Washington made his only trip abroad when he accompanied his half-brother Lawrence to Barbados. Lawrence was the only sane one in the Washington family. He was one of the founders of the Ohio Company, and he wanted to open the west to German immigrants who refused to pay tithes to the Anglican Church.

Additionally, Lawrence tried to get George away from his domineering mother Mary by joining the Royal Navy, but his mother absolutely refused to loosen the apron strings!

Lawrence Washington

Lawrence became very ill when he ran a foul of step-mother Mary, so he took a trip to Barbados with George.

During his 10-week stay in Barbados the lusty youth contacted syphilis from a prostitute.

That harlot changed the course of world history because George was no longer heir conditioned!

George Washington House,
The history-making George
House, Barbados, West Indies.

The official myth was that George contacted smallpox in Barbados, which made him sterile. His great-grandfather, the future King Charles II, contacted smallpox when he was 28-years-old, and that did not prevent that "Merry Monarch" from fathering more children than the Biblical patriarch Jacob:

For others than the enlightened Lucy (Walter), life at the Hague that September had its complications and anxieties. In the streets, the followers of Prince Rupert and those of the pro-Scottish John Culpepper began to battle. It was a particular piece of ill-fortune that at that critical juncture Prince Charles should be laid low by smallpox, since he represented the one figure of authority that everyone agreed to support (Fraser, King Charles II, p. 66).

The only way that smallpox can make you sterile is if it KILLS you....On the other hand, syphilis can make you sterile without killing you!

When the brothers arrived back in Virginia, a husband had been found for widow Martha Price Harrison: a 23-year-old named "Captain" John Posey:

The precise time of the arrival in Fairfax County of John Posey, a native Marylander is uncertain. His first recorded presence there was his appointment as 'processioner' of Truro Parish in May 1751, and the earliest confirmation of his marriage to Martha Price Harrison was on 27 June 1752. Martha, the widow of George Harrison who died on or about 21 March 1759, was a substantial freeholder in the county (Posey, General Thomas Posey, p.7).

Marrying Martha and adopting baby George turned out to be a very lucrative transaction for "Captain" John Posey.

No portrait of "Captain"
John Posey exists!

A Marylander named "Captain" John Posey agreed to marry Martha and adopt her newborn baby Thomas.

Thomas grew up to bear a striking resemblance to his father George.

Both men were also "devout" Catholics and on the same page politically.


John Posey married Martha and adopted baby Thomas.

Thomas Posey was not only the spitting image of his father but he shared the same ambition of uniting all the colonies into a "Holy Roman" Empire States of America.

Louisiana Governor William Claiborne

When the War of 1812 began, Posey was sent to Louisiana, where he worked closely with Governor Claiborne and General James Wilkinson.

During the British invasion, Governor Claiborne, and the entire Louisiana legislature, was placed under lockdown by General Jackson!

"Agent 13" General James Wilkinson was on the Spanish payroll.


General James Wilkinson

In 1813, Governor Claiborne appointed Thomas Posey to the U.S. Senate, but he soon lost that position to another candidate. If he had remained in the Senate he would have witnessed the burning of the city named after his father!

As a consolation, his close friend President Madison appointed him governor of the Indiana Territory.

A miniature of
Major Thomas Posey.

Posey was intensely disliked in the Indiana Territory because of his pro-slavery views.

He also tried to delay statehood for the Territory as long as possible.

When Indiana finally became a state in 1816, Posey ran for governor but was defeated.



Posey County Courthouse in Mount
County, Indiana.

Posey finally went to "Purgatory" in 1818 and he was buried in his daughter Mary's rose garden:

Thomas was laid to rest in his daughter's rose garden at Westwood, near the crest of a high bluff overlooking the Great Ohio River, whose majesty rivals that of another mighty stream, the Potomac, in Virginia, along the shores of which he had been born sixty-eight eventful years before. (Posey, General Thomas Posey, p. 258).

That burial spot never became a magnet for pilgrims to visit the grave of the only son of Generalissimo George Washington.

Generalissimo George had absolutely no military skills!!

George had a very limited education but he was very good with numbers. However, he had absolutely no military knowledge whatsoever. In July 1754, "Colonel" Washington erected a fort at the very worst possible location.

Fort Necessity
in Western Pennsylvania.

The English word necessity comes from the Greek Anake.

Anake was the goddess of fortune, force, or necessity.

The fort was surrounded on 3 sides by hills with a stream in the background.


A close-up view of Fort Necessity.

The French and their Indians allies were able to fire down on the fort, and a rainstorm flooded the fort. Washington saved his men from drowning by surrendering!

Only Lord Cornwallis picked a worst location. In September 1781, he parked his army at Yorktown with its back to the sea. Washington City—the site of the new capital—was even worse!

The Revolution was planned in the Raleigh Tavern Apollyon Room!!

The shot heard around the world was planned at the Raleigh Tavern Apollyon Room in downtown Williamsburg. George's favorite beverage was Madeira wine, which was 20% alcohol because it was fortified with brandy during fermentation.

That potent potable came from the island of Madeira which was the home of Portuguese Christopher Columbus....In the Holy Bible, Apollyon is another name for Lucifer or Satan (Apocalypse 9:11).

The Raleigh Tavern in Williamsburg.

The future Generalissimo planned the Revolution in the Apollyon Room while he was sharing glasses of the potent Madeira wine with his fellow revolutionaries.

Native Americans called alcohol FIRE WATER or the DEVIL'S URINE!



The Raleigh Tavern Apollyon Room today.

.Here is a quote from an unauthorized biography of the Generalissimo:

He had been a habitué of taverns since his days as a Virginia politician. Following his election as a Burgess in 1758, he became a regular at Anthony Hays’s Raleigh Tavern. Located in downtown Williamsburg, the Raleigh Tavern (known also as Southall’s) was probably built in 1735, and was the unofficial seat, or bar stool, of the legislature. The House of Burgesses, the Governor’s Council (upper house), and the courts were located down the street. Here gathered all the big Whigs and earwigs of Virginia politics. They actually held sessions of the Burgesses in the Raleigh Tavern’s Apollo Room, when the royal governor locked the Burgesses out. A Windsor chair, or bar stool, could be named after Burgess Washington in the Apollo Room in honor of his faithful years spent in attendance there. (Kitman, The Making of the Prefident 1789, p. 60).

As a future Catholic "saint," George paid no heed to the words of Saint Peter:

Be sober, and watch; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, goeth about seeking whom he may devour (I St. Peter 5:8, Douay-Rheims Version).

To be sober means to abstain from alcohol all of the time . . . like a soldier on permanent sentry duty....Tipsy George didn't have to worry about falling off his horse because he traveled from battlefield to battlefield in a luxurious phaeton.

Generalissimo George drank, danced, and slept his way through the Revolution!!

In May 1775, "Colonel" George Washington showed up at the second session of the Continental Congress, resplendent in his uniform, but he insisted that he was not a candidate for the position of commander-in-chief of the Continental Army.

Against his will, the Continental Congress appointed George as Generalissimo. From that time onward, the ladies loved him.

Sally Fairfax (1730

During the Revolution, dumpy Martha stayed at Mount Vernon and received usury checks monthly from her account at the Bank of England.

George's amours during the Revolution were legion. His favorites mistresses were Sally Fairfax and "Kitty" Greene—wife of General Nathaniel Greene.

To celebrate his prowess in the bedroom a giant Egyptian phallus was later erected in the city called by his name!


Catherine "Kitty" Greene

George was also an accomplished dancer and one of his marathon sessions with Kitty Greene lasted 3 hours:

In March 1779, at Middlebrook, General Greene wrote to Jeremiah Wadsworth, “We had a little dance at my quarters. Mrs. Greene went three hours with his Excellency without sitting down. Upon the whole we had a pretty little frisk.”112 At the conclusion of the night of the big frisk—when his wife and Washington danced three hours without stopping—Gen. Greene was shipped out on a secret assignment, by command of the general. So quickly, as he explained, that he didn't have time to say “goodbye” to Mrs. Greene. Talk about a coincidence. Three hours without stopping, and sending the husband off to the front on a secret mission? A most strange business. I’m surprised the Washington establishment historians haven’t investigated it more. (Kitman, The Making of the Prefident 1789, p.178).

Washington had a group of admirers called "George's Angels" who absolutely adored "Gorgeous George." They included: Mrs. George Olney. Mrs. Lucy Flucker Knox, Lady Sterling, Mrs. Clement Biddle, Miss Nancy Brown, Peggy Shippen Arnold etc., etc. etc.

During the Revolution, another favorite pastime of the Generalissimo was card-playing. Officers who persistently beat him at cards were demoted, and he charged his losings to his expense accout....His favorite card in the deck was the JOKER!

Jesuit Georgetown University was named in honor of the Generalissimo!!

Georgetown College was founded in 1789 and named after the Generalissimo. Georgetown College became Georgetown University in 1815.

Papal archbishop John Carroll
John Carroll S.J. (1735–1815) was
the founder of Georgetown College.

In 1789, Jesuit John Carroll founded Georgetown College and named it after Generalissimo George.

A Catholic "college" is an oxymoron because the Syllabus of Errors condemns all learning and progress!

Construction on the new capital was well underway when the "college" was founded.


Leonard Neale, S.J. (1746–1817) was the
2nd president of Georgetown College.

Jesuit "education" always emphasized 2 things: apostolic succession from St. Peter and the "Real Presence" of the Child Jesus in the host. However, the Jesuits ignored the White Pope, and reported directly to the Black Pope or Jesuit General.

Robert Molyneux, S.J. (1738
was the 3rd president of
Georgetown College.

In 1773, Pope Clement XIV banned the Militia of Jesus permanently and forever!

While still under the permanent ban, Jesuit firebrands Robert Molyneux and Louis William DuBourg worked incessantly to spread Jesuitism throughout the New Jerusalem.

In 1814, under pressure from Napollyon, Pope Pius VII restored the permanently banned Jesuits!

Louis DuBourg S.J. (1766–1833).
was the 4th president of
Georgetown College.

After the climactic Battle of New Orleans, when the New Jerusalem was established on a permanent basis, President James Madison granted a charter to make Georgetown College a university!

From that time onward, the unelected bureaucracy and the diplomatic service was staffed with Georgetown University graduates!

Make America Healthy Again by moving the capital back to Philadelphia!!

The only way to Make America Healthy Again is to move the capital back to Philadelphia. That move would be entirely in accord with Holy Scripture:

And to the angel of the congregation in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth (Apocalypse 3:7).

It would also be a great visual aid to remind Americans that Israel was revived in the New World, and the smokescreen Edomite state in the Mideast has absolutely nothing to do with the Bible.

According to the infallible Word, Apollyon would create twin capitals in the New World:

And a second angel followed, saying, "Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she has made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication” (Apocalypse 14:8).

And after these things I saw another angel come down from heaven, having great power; and the earth was lightened with his glory. And he cried mightily with a loud voice, saying, "Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird" (Apocalypse 18:1-2).

Apollyon founded 2 capitals in the Old World: Roma and London, and he has 2 capitals in the New World:

The Tower of Babel in Babylon the Great
on the Hudson.

In the Apocalypse, St. John was carried into the New World and he saw a vision of 2 Babylons falling!!

The first Babylon is surrounded by water, while the second Babylon is landlocked.

New York is named after warming pan plot King James II, while Washington City is named after Generalissimo George.

Washington City is the twin city of
Babylon on the Hudson.

George Washington was the great-grandson of King Charles II—elder brother of King James II....The Generalissimo was desperate to make New York City the permanent capital of the "Holy Roman" Empires States of America, Inc.

During the reign of King Cyrus the Persian, the Angel of JEHOVAH appeared to Daniel the Prophet and gave him a prophetic preview of the end of the world:

And he (Antichrist) shall plant the tabernacle of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end and none shall help him (Daniel 11:42).

That prophecy would have been fulfilled in 1815 if a "Stuart" king reigned in New York City.

The Exodus from Egyptian bondage is another marvelous type of the end of the world. As the Egyptian chariots were pursuing the children of Israel, JEHOVAH sent his mechanic-angel to take off the wheels of their chariots and slow them down::

And it came to pass in the morning watch that JEHOVAH looked unto the host of the Egyptians through the pillar of fire and of the cloud, and troubled the host of the Egyptians, and took off their chariot wheels so that they dragged heavily (Exodus 13:24-25).

The most famous mechanic for Christ was Saint John Bunyan, who wrote the immortal Christian classic entitled: Pilgrim's Progress From This World to That Which is to Come.

In these last days, Christ expects every New Jerusalem Christian to do his/her duty and slow Pharaoh down by moving the capital of the New Jerusalem back to Philadelphia!

Vital links


David, James Corbett. Dunmore's New World: The Extraordinary Life of a Royal Governor in Revolutionary America. University of Virginia Press, 2016.

Fraser, Antonio. King Charles II. Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London, 1979.

Hutton, Ronald. Charles II: King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Oxford University, Press, New York, 1989.

Jordan, Don, & Walsh, Michael, The King's Bed: Sex and Power in the Court of King Charles II. Pegasus Books, New York, 2015.

Kitman, Marvin. The Making of the Prefident 1789: the Unauthorized Campaign Biography of George Washington. Grove Press, New York, 2007.

Linklater, Andro. The Artist in Treason: The Extraordinary Double Life of General James Wilkinson. Walker Publishing Company, New York, 2009.

Kitman, Marvin. George Washington's Expense Account. Simon & Schuster, New York, 1970.

Melville, Annabelle M. Louis William DuBourg. Bishop of Louisiana and the Floridas, Bishop of Montauban, and Archbishop of Besançon. Loyola Press, Chicago, ILL, 1986.

Posey, John Thornton. General Thomas Posey: Son of the American Revolution. Michigan State Univeristy Press, East Lansing, Michigan, 1992.

Weems, Mason L. The Life of Washington. The Belknap Press of Harvard University. Cambridge, Mass, 1962.

Waterman, Joseph. With Sword and Lancet: The Life of General Hugh Mercer. Garrett & Massie, Richmond, Virginia, 1941.

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