Did Scotland and the
Knights Templar Influence the Founding of America and the Design of
America's Great Seal?
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Interview with Gary Gianotti, Feb 22, 2015
The official version of who designed and executed America’s Great
Seal has been that three committees submitted designs, and ultimately
the final designs were arranged by Charles Thomson and William Barton.
Their designs were officially approved by Congress on June 20, 1782. Dr.
Bob has always accepted this conclusion. Gary Gianotti has been working
for years to document that Robert Scot, the engraver of the first die,
was the actual man in charge of the final design. Gianotti presents his
genealogical research that raises questions about how the Scot family is
directly associated by marriage to families of the Knights Templar.
According to his theory, Robert Scot did not come to America to win the
respect of the Founding Fathers in an attempt to get the job of making
the United States Seals. Instead Scot was trained and sent to the United
States to do the job as part of the secret influence of these families.
Called the “Unknown Superiors,” these were secret Jacobites exiled from
Scotland, and Gianotti asks the crucial question of what role did
Scotland and the Templars play in the founding of America and the design
of America’s Great Seal?
Some observations about American Symbolism, By Gary Gianotti
All government, royal and church seals have an “art within the art.”
Pictured above is the 2nd
Great Seal of the United States, made in 1782-1783. This is the oldest
surviving United States Government Seal made by Robert Scot, James
Trenchard, Pierre Eugene Du Simitere, and students in Philadelphia. This
is the only U.S. Government Great Seal that has been studied in depth
and in hand by me.
This seal is smaller than a half dollar coin and contains in near
microscopic size scale, anywhere from 1,000-2,000 symbols everywhere on
the seal. In the flat section that is not the relief, you can see an
uneven surface made up of these symbols, done by needle piercing under
lenses that can see up to .008. Lenses have been found that date back to
2,500 years ago that have the same magnification. This art was done in
the same fashion by the ancient Scythian people who settled the U.K. and
Europe. What I have just told you can be referenced and confirmed by
William Neyberg, who is a member of “The Numismatic Bibliomania Society
Esylum”. William is the leading authority of Robert Scot, doing this art
in U.S. coins at the early U.S. Mint.
The George Washington Spy Button
This photo is said to be
a George Washington Spy Button. It was recently acquired by Robert
Silverstein. These buttons were worn by Washington’s spies who would be
allowed to walk into camp and see Washington directly with no hesitation
because they wore these buttons. Whether these are true spy buttons is
not fully proven. The symbol on the button depicts the 8-pointed star.
When he designed this button Robert Scot used this symbol as was done
from the ancients to the Scottish Pictish kings. This links it back to
the Crinan the Thane of Dunkeld lines of the kings, and connects George
Washington with this bloodline history of Cospatrick of Dunbar, the son
of Maldred and grandson of Crinan the Thane of Dunkeld.
Thank you again for being our guest on 21st Century Radio! Our host, Dr.
Bob, greatly enjoyed talking with you about your work with the Knights
Templar and the Great Seal. Enclosed is a weblink of your show, which
was broadcasted on Feb. 22nd, 2015, to be used for your records and
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Dr. Bob & Dr. Zoh Hieronimus
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You can also download the
2 part interview here...
Part 1 | Part 2
George Washington Inaugural Buttons-Heraldic Eagles-Misconception & Fallacy
Design Origins of George Washington Inaugural Buttons Cipher Surface
Subject: BNS-1921 Paper By
Date: 03/02/16 01:16:39 PM
Greetings Dr. Davisson,
Thank you for taking my call today! My goal is to ask the BNS for
permission to use a copy of the engraved portrait of Charles Edward
Stuart, attributed to Sir Robert Strange(fig-22). The original
portrait engraving can not be currently found in the British Museum
Collection. Very possible the engraving is lost since 1921, since it
can not be found in the collections.
The image is for a follow up document on the one I wrote with Dr.
Miller in the Colonial Newsletter last December 2015 "Hidden
Initials by the Early American Engravers Guild". Some of the known
American Medal scholars are already trying to debunk the paper. The
reason being, they will lose their control as authorities on these
medals and identification. My new critics have no clue to the
history of Robert Scot the US Mint Chief Coin engraver and the Scot
family identity! Where I am an authority on Scots lost identity and
his families lost history.
FYI, the letter symbol "E" you see to the left of the Star on the
Bonnies Jacket. If I had known this image existed, I would have made
mention in the CNL and it would have put this subject to rest. The
symbol is found on most all Sovereign relics that would represent
the Greek letter for God! When the symbol is found on the American
Medals in question, it gives added authenticity to the relic. Where
all the top experts on these medals have no clue to any of the
symbolism, specifically by Scottish American Jacobites! Attached the
image so you have the one in question!
Gary Gianotti FSA Scot,
THIS IS FROM THE BRITISH
Regards to my documented paper
with requests to their presidents jacobite papers in 1923! These
British Fought to learn Scottish Jacxobite symbolism with their best
scholars! This history will allow England and Scotland to Bond over
the art and family!
Date: 03/03/16 08:39:27 PM
From: "Allan Davisson" <email@example.com>
Dear Mr Gianotti:
After your call I emailed the information to the secretary of the
British Numismatic Society.
He sent the following response:
I think this should cover the concerns you and I discussed.
Thanks very much for this. In the UK, a text is copyright protected
for 70 years after the end of the year the author dies in. Copyright
covers writing in any form, including for example the pages of
websites, blogs, and printed text. In this particular instance,
Grant Francis died in 1940, 76 years ago, so the copyright on his
work has expired and Mr Gianotti is free to reproduce the image.
Just to be sure and to clarify for Mr Gianotti's benefit, I will
advise the Society's Council at our next meeting of Mr Gianotti's
intentions, which I am sure they will rubber-stamp anyway. If Mr
Gianotti would care to give credit to the Society as the source for
the image, I know that would be much appreciated.