This expose will make all previous histories of the American Revolution . . . obsolete . . . or gone with the wind!

Most people in the New Jerusalem associate the name "Benedict Arnold" with treason and treachery. The bizarre saga of General Arnold was a sophisticated psych-op to advance the Revolution....Many biographies of General Arnold have been written, but because the Revolution was a deep "Papal Plot," the citizens of the "home of the brave" are afraid to read them carefully!

George Washington was not the "Founding Father" of the United States. That honor goes to General Jackson—the New Jerusalem David....All the places in the country named after Washington should be renamed after the real founder—General Andrew Jackson.

In 1681, King Charles II—great-grandfather of Jacobite George Washington—donated the colony of Pennsylvania to Quaker William Penn. Penn founded the city of Philadelphia, and he borrowed the name from a bizarre British female cult called the Shakers....Shaker Jane Wardley was head of a group called the " Philadelphia Society," who believed that Christ was about to return to earth soon in the form of a FEMALE!

Quaker or Jesuit William Penn

In 1681, King Charles II—great-grandfather of Jacobite Georgedonated Pennsylvania to Quaker William Penn.

William Penn named the city after the "Philadelphia Society," a bizarre female cult who believed that Christ was about to return to earth soon in the form of a FEMALE!

Philadelphia was the undisputed capital of the New Jerusalem from the first meeting of Congress in 1774.

Independence Hall in Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence was signed.
Independence Hall in Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence was signed.

The new republic was born on July 4, 1776.Congress fled the capital in 1777, and Jacobite General William Howe occupied the city.

When General Howe marched his army from New York to Philadelphia, he brushed Jacobite George's army aside like a pesky fly!

Jacobite soldiers entering Philadelphia,
September 26, 1

General Howe's soldiers occupied Philadelphia in September 1777.

If General Howe was not a dedicated Jacobite, the Revolution would have ended right then and there!

The colonies would have resumed their peaceful and prosperous existence under good King George III.



General William Howe

Since the beginning of human conflicts, the capture of a nation's capital meant the victory of the conquerors. Hannibal failed to conquer the Romans because he failed to take their capital city.

When Old Jerusalem was conquered by the Romans, that ended the existence of Israel as a nation . . . at that location forever....When Mother Russia conquered Berlin in 1945, that ended the 1000-year Reich.

While General Howe spent the winter partying in Philadelphia, Congress continued to meet in Lancaster, and Washington established his HQ at nearby Valley Forge.

Admit One: Mischiana ticket for
the bawdy play designed by André.

Amazingly, soon after the occupation of the city, General Howe submitted his resignation to King George III.

On May 18, Major André staged a bawdy play and parade for the departing general, known as a Mischiana in Italian.

All of Philadelphia turned out for the parade, including André's lover Peggy Shippen!

Mischiana in Philadelphia sketched
by André the artist.

Naturally, Jacobite George in nearby Valley Forge was not invited. That parade was the precursor to the Mummers Parade that is now held in Philadelphia on New Year's Day.

General Henry Clinton

On May 24, General Howe returned to England, and he was replaced by General Henry Clinton (an ancestor of Hillary Clinton)!

General Clinton evacuated 3,000 civilians via ship, so his army had to return overland to New York City.

General Clinton left vast military supplies behind for Jacobite George to use at the Battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778.


The Battle of Monmouth was fought
on June 28, 1778.

3,000 civilians were evacuated by sea, and that meant that the soldiers were forced to travel overland to New York City. Vast military supplies that could not be carried overland were left behind for Jacobite George.

The evacuation of Philadelphia was the precursor to the evacuation of Dunkirk in 1940, when Winston Churchill left vast military supplies behind for cousin Adolf Hitler.

Jacobite George desperately needed supplies . . . and a victory . . . so General Clinton was very, very happy to provide both!

General Benedict Arnold

Incredibly, Jacobite George appointed General Benedict Arnold to succeed General Clinton!

General Arnold became a "war hero" at the Battle of Saratoga in 1777 when he led a drunken charge against the British!

During the battle, the general received another bullet in his left leg, so he was unfit for physical combat.


Peggy Shippen Ar

Jacobite George appointed Sam Adams quartermaster for booze for the Continental Army; responsible for keeping Congress . . . and the "patriots". . . well supplied with beer!

General Arnold was drunk at
the Battle of Saratoga!

Arnold was a DRUNK like his father, and liquor made him unusually violent.

At the Battle of Saratoga in October 1777, Arnold recklessly charged the British lines, but he didn't remember the "heroic event" when he recovered from his hangover!





The Arnold "Monument"
at Saratoga.

Here is an account of General Arnold's drunken rampage at the Battle of Saratoga, written in 1788:

Gen. Arnold was next to military mad. He appeared in the heat of the engagement, so beside himself as scarce to know what he did. He struck several of the officers with his sword, without any apparent reason; and when they told him of it the next day, meaning to remonstrate and require satisfaction, he declared he recollected nothing at all of it, and was sorry if it was so. Some of his orders were exceedingly rash and injudicious, and argued thoughtlessness rather than courage. His attack upon the British, varied so from established military maxims, that the royal officers inferred from it, that gen. Gates did not personally command in the action. Gates remained for the most part in the camp, as on the 19th of September, that he might the better guide the general operations, and give the necessary directions as they were wanted. Arnold's left-handed variation, might however contribute greatly toward obtaining the victory. The British have been at length taught by experience, that neither American attacks, nor resistance, are to be despised. (Gordon, History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the U.S., p. 563).

When he returned to sobriety, all Arnold knew about that engagement was the fact that he was shot in the left leg—the same leg that received a bullet in Quebec!

By the end of 1779, the Revolution was in its 4th year and the military situation was in a stalemate. No matter how hard General Clinton tried to lose battles, he was not succeeding. Defections began to increase . . . and many Americans were about to abandon the rebellion and resume their allegiance to good King George III.

Jacobite George needed a "Judah Iscariot" type traitor to stem the tide of defections!!

At that time all Americans knew the story of Judah Iscariot, who infamously betrayed his Messiah for 30 pieces of silver. What made Judah's betrayal so despicable was the fact that he did it for MONEY!

If a very prominent American general could be persuaded to follow his example, it would stem the tide of defections.

Spymaster Benjamin Tallmadge

Spymaster Benjamin Tallmadge was head of the extensive Jacobite George spy ring.

His opposite number at General Clinton's HQ in New York City was 27-year-old Major John André

During the Jacobite occupation of Philadelphia, Peggy and André were lovers!


Major John André

Tallmadge invented a very sophisticated cipher or code system to communicate with Major André in New York City.

West Point in 1780.

On August 3, 1780, Jacobite George appointed General Arnold commander of the West Point fortress!

Peggy and her baby girl soon him at the Robinson House.

The essence of the plot was that Arnold would surrender West Point to the British for £20,000 . . . and that would end the war!

The Robinson House was
General Arnold's HQ.

As an additional bonus, the kidnapping of Jacobite George was considered....The whole plot was so comical . . . if it was not so deadly serious....Capturing Philadelphia again would have ended the war . . . not a side show like West Point!

Arnold ordered André to return to NYC overland . . . with top secret papers in his boot!!

Major Andre traveled up the Hudson River on HMS Vulture, and then 2 men rowed him to the shore to meet General Arnold. He was wearing a coat over his British officer's uniform, and using the pseudonym John Anderson.

HMS Vulture brought André
up the Hudson.

For his nighttime rendezvous with Arnold, André (John Anderson) was rowed to the western shore of the Hudson by 2 men.

The clandestine meeting lasted about 4 hours, and when André returned to the boat, the 2 men were "too tired" to row him back to the ship!

Additionally, the Hudson is TIDAL, and the tide had now turned and was against them!


's own sketch of the scene as he is
rowed for a rendezvous with Arnold.

The excuse that the men gave for not returning him to the ship is pathetic....André could have pointed a gun at them and made them row him back. Arnold suggested that he wait until the following night for the return trip via the Hudson!

Joshua Smith House where Arnold was concealed before attempting his escape.

Arnold took André to the house of a spy named Joshua Smith to hide him until the following night. HMS Vulture was visible from the front porch.

During the day, the ship was fired upon from the shore, and the captain moved downriver, and out of sight of the Smith House.

It was then that Arnold "ordered" André to return overland.


Arnold suggested to André that he hide
the top secret documents in his boot!

Arnold gave André the boot by suggesting that he hide top secret documents in his boot . . . and return overland to New York City...."André the Innocent," taking orders from General Arnold, was like a lamb to the slaughter!

Map of Andre's escape route.
Click to enlarge.

Guided by spy Joshua Smith, André took acircuitous route to New York City.

Halfway through the journey, Smith left him to continue alone.

At Tarrytown, he was stopped by 3 spies, who searched him and found the top secret documents.


Major Andre was stopped by 3 spies, who
soon found the top secret documents!

The documents had Arnold's signature all over them . . . as well as his price for betrayal....Major André was bound and taken to North Castle, which was the HQ of spymaster Benjamin Tallmadge.

So far, everything had worked perfectly in the plot, and it only remained to warn Jacobites George and Benedict.

Spymaster Tallmedge notified Jacobites George and Benedict at the same time!!

The 3 spies soon had Major Andre bound and delivered to spymaster Tallmadge. Of course, Tallmadge feigned surprise at the "treason" of General Arnold.

The Robinson House circa 1876.

General Arnold was sleeping in the Robinson House with Peggy and their baby when word of André's capture reached him.

In a flash he was dressed and out the door. He had no problem finding a boat to take him to the waiting HMS Vulture.

When Jacobite George arrived, Peggy put on an Academy Award winning performance, and convinced him that she was MAD!


The Robinson House burned down
in 1892, and was never rebuilt.

Her theatrics convinced Jacobite George that she was completely innocent, and a victim of her husband's perfidy. Without further questioning, he gave her a pass to return to Philadelphia with her baby.

Mabie Tavern where André was
held captive.

Jacobite George convened a board of his senior offices (Sanhedrin) to try André for espionage.

They included Generals Nathaniel Greene, Lord Sterling, Arthur St. Clair, and Lafayette.

That kangaroo court knew the verdict beforehand.


Self-sketch made by André the artist
the day before his execution.

André seemed totally unconcerned about his fate. A talented artist, he spent his time in captivity making sketches of his "great adventure." The worst fate he could envision was a quick death by firing squad. Jacobite George offered to exchange him for General Arnold, but General Clinton adamantly refused.

's death by hanging
on October 2, 1780.

30-year-old "André the Innocent" went to his death like a lamb to the slaughter.

Both sides felt sorry for him.

Even the Marquis de Lafayette wept at his death.

Jacobite George did not attend the court martial or his hanging.



Major André's hanging site today.

Andre was buried right under the gallows... The trial and execution of Major André was a parody of the trial and execution of the Messiah. However, the story had a much more sinister and hidden meaning. In Greek mythology, DAMON was prepared to die in the place of PYTHIAS, who was accused of plotting against tyrannical DIONYSIUS. André (demon) dies in the place of Arnold (serpent) to save the Revolution of Washington (Dionysius).

Arnold and André are buried in London!!

Shortly after his death, a pension was awarded to his mother and 3 sisters in London. In 1821, his remains were removed and shipped to London.

The Arnolds' crypt, St. Mary's Church, Battersea, London.

Arnold and Peggy are buried in a crypt in St. Mary's Church in Battersea, South London.

That church is close to the relocated New Jerusalem Embassy.

In 1821, by order of the Duke of York, Andre's remains were disinterred and shipped to London for burial in Westminster Abbey.


Major André's Monument in
Westminster Abbey.

Even before independence was declared in 1776, Arnold considered America as his "country," and if he had not joined Jacobite George's spy ring, he would have been waiting for the Last Trumpet in his home state of Connecticut!

Westminster Abbey was built by King Henry III in 1245, and a tremendous miracle occurred there when DUCK'S BLOOD changed into the Blood of Christ. In Papal New England it would have been TURKEY'S BLOOD!

André was an Edomite, or British Empire Jew, so it if fitting that he waits for the Last Trumpet of the real Jewish Messiah in Westminster Abbey!

The Judah Iscariot type "treason" of Arnold gave a great boost to the Revolution!!

John Adams said that "without the pen of Thomas Paine the sword of Washington would have been yielded in vain." Likewise, without the "treason" of Arnold, the Revolution would have been stillborn.

His "treason" stopped the defections to the loyalists side because Americans did not want to be associated with a mercenary Judah Iscariot type traitor. The year 1781 brought about a sea change in the military situation, and Lord Cornwallis very conveniently "surrendered" in October 1781.

During the Last Supper, the Messiah called Judah Iscariot the Son of Perdition:

While I was with them in the world, I kept them in thy name: those that thou gavest me I have kept, and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition; that the scripture might be fulfilled (John 17:12).

Judah Iscariot's spiritual forefather was Balaam the son of Beor, who was serving JEHOVAH for money, and "loved the wages of unrighteousness" (Number 23:23, II St. Peter 2:15).

Saint Paul further elaborates on the identity of the son of perdition, and calls him the Man of Sin:

Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called Elohim, or that is worshipped; so that he as Elohim, sitteth in the temple of Elohim, shewing himself that he is Elohim (II Thessalonians 2:3-4).

Beginning with Saint Martin Luther, all the Reformers believed fervently that the Pope was the Man of Sin and Son of Perdition. Most Reformed Christians believed that until the Laodicean era began in 1870.

The Revolution of Jacobite George was all about creating a "Papal New England, "or helping Antichrist plant his tabernacle from sea to shining sea:

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).

Vital links


Brumwell, Stephen. Turncoat: Benedict Arnold and the Crisis of American Liberty. Yale University Press, CT, 2018.

Gordon, William, D.D. History of the Rise, Progress and Establishment of the U.S. Pater Noster Row, London, 1788.

Jacob, Mark & Case, Stephen H. Treacherous Beauty: Peggy Shippen, the Woman Behind Benedict Arnold's Plot to Betray America. Lyons Press, Guildford, CT, 2012.

Martin, James Kirby. Benedict Arnold: An American Warrior Reconsidered. New York University Press, New York, 1997.

Malcolm, Joyce Lee. The Tragedy of Benedict Arnold: An American Life. Pegasus Books, New York, 2018.

Philbrick, Nathaniel. Valiant Ambition: George Washington, Benedict Arnold, & the Fate of the American Revolution. Viking Press, New York, 2016.

Schark, Thomas. History of Philadelphia (16091884). L. H. Everts & Company, Philadelphia, 1884.

Rose, Alexander. Washington's Spies. The Story of America's First Spy Ring. Bantam Books, 2006.

Randall, Willard Sterne. Benedict Arnold: Patriot and Traitor. William Morrow & Company, New York, 1990.

Walsh, John Evangelist. The Execution of Major André. St. Martin's Press. New York, 2001.

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