“La Virginea Pars” Map

There is more to the story of the so-called lost colony of Roanoke (see prior post) than either Roanoke or missing colonists. The loss was mainly Sir Walter Raleigh’s loss of opportunity to establish claim to, and control over, the area then known as Virginia. 

Historians’ recent discovery of occulted information on “La Virginea Pars” map has provided us evidence that Raleigh, together with Sir Francis Bacon—and an untold number of other members of a secret society with roots tracing back to ancient Egypt—were pursuing a plan eclipsing that of Queen Elizabeth I. Theirs was a plan to make the New World, the “New Atlantis,” seat of a global democracy.

Consensus interpretation of the historians at this time: that the secreted symbolism indicates a military installation and settlement where the “lost colony” members gained a foothold in the New World is, we say, erroneous. PluribusOne™ sees something very different on, under, and around that patch. 

First, the choice of location along the coast of North America and the inland site selected reflect the Hermetic philosophy. Looking west, the coastal terrain—a literal depiction, we assume, as drawn by John White—resembles female anatomy: upper thighs, lower abdomen, and even the vaginal opening with its labia majora. The “barrier islands” symbolize the hymen. Formation of a Roanoke Colony, to their immediate west, was a symbolic gesture marking the first stage of penetration of the Dominion of Virginia. 

Second, with the patch effectively removed from over the pubis of the region, we see two levels of symbolism at that precise spot on the map. The markings are clear, definite, carefully positioned and overlaid, partly literal, and partly symbolic. After completing our examination of the unpublished research contained in The British Museum’s document: “CSR Analytical Request No. AR2012-21,” and other sources, we conclude that: 

  1. The large hidden red and blue symbol has a dramatic design, rather than square or rectangular, to express the significance of that which it represents,
  2. The red and blue symbol represents a structure to be erected at that location,
  3. The structure planned has its walls aligned with the four cardinal directions,
  4. The structure faces east,
  5. The similarly aligned “concentric” squares that enclose the blue and red symbol represent outer portions of a large-scale development,
  6. The circular symbol positioned to the immediate east of the eastern “wall” is part of the central structure,
  7. The colors red and blue were not selected arbitrarily,
  8. The square dark-crimson shape centered within the symbol is central to both the planned structure and the plan to establish New Atlantis, and
  9. The central cross fixes the symbol in position and bears sacred significance. 

What we are seeing, with 99% certainty, is a plan to build a fortified replica of the Temple of Solomon in America as part of a larger plan to unfold following “impregnation” of the New World by a seed known as the Ark of the Covenant. Blue and red are colors prominent in both Solomon’s Temple and Freemasonry (and, now, America). The darker crimson square represents the Most Holy Place, and it is also positioned over terrain corresponding to the womb. The elements are too numerous and  “telling” to be coincidental, and our conclusion is consistent with what we  know about Raleigh, Bacon, Giordano Bruno, and the secret society whose democratic agenda they were advancing.

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8 Responses to ““La Virginea Pars” Map”

  1. Valiant Says:

    So what does the circular symbol in the courtyard area represent?

  2. PluribusOne™ Says:

    This round feature of the Temple was called the Brazen Sea. Ten cubits in diameter according to scripture, this large basin was used to purify Temple priests by immersion in its holy waters.

    We see that its planned location was near the river where two waters come together into one—also symbolic and consistent with Hermeticism and with the Biblical reference to waters above (to the north) and waters below (to the south).

  3. Valiant Says:

    Do you have any other evidence that the facility wasn’t intended to be a fort? It seems logical that they would have had it in mind to build a fort in the vicinity, as had been done in other areas.

  4. PluribusOne™ Says:

    The fort at, say, Guyanailla Bay would have been contemporaneous; therefore, a similar design would most likely have been used for a fort at Roanoke. That fort design is also simple enough to easily render on a map. However, the symbol found under the patch was nothing like the layout of the Guyanailla Bay fort.

    Some British forts were star-shaped but this symbol is not five-pointed, nor does it resemble any star-shape we have seen before. Rounded or five-sided forts of other design were used elsewhere. A four-sided fort would lack the comparative strength, especially with concave walls. The core structure of Fort Ticonderoga bears a partial resemblance, but its architecture was engineered about 150 years later.

    Why would White have used a symbol for a fort that bears no resemblance and yet contains considerable detail? Answer: He wouldn’t. Yet, considering the fate of the earlier Temples in the Holy Land, and of the Ark, it seems reasonable to speculate that this third one would be fortified.

    Because the Temple would have been a clandestine project, any discussion about it might have been disguised by calling it a fort. We similarly note that Raleigh’s own ship was named, simply: “Ark”—Raleigh’s Ark.

  5. Valiant Says:

    Your thesis would seem more convincing to me if the coordinates for the New World temple were aligned with the coordinates for Solomon’s Temple in the Holy Land. They’re not. Have you considered this?

  6. PluribusOne™ Says:

    In the centuries during which early sea explorers were developing maps of the planet’s land masses, they lacked precision tools such as the satellites we take for granted today.

    In the Palazzo di Caprarola in Italy there is a mural-size map of the world as it was known those hundreds of years ago. It shows the coastline of North America imperfectly. We drew a horizontal line across that map, beginning at the Holy Land and reaching across to the New World, and that line passes through the area shown on White’s map.

    Today we know the latitude for the proposed “fort” is about 36 degrees north. The latitude for the Temple Mount in Jerusalem is about 31 degrees north. That 5 degree difference is insubstantial and unlikely to have been discernible 400 years ago.

    Rather than suggesting that the difference in coordinates weighs against our theory, we feel that the close correlation supports it.

  7. Valiant Says:

    Do you have any further evidence of this theory and Templar or early Freemason involvement in it?

  8. PluribusOne™ Says:

    On disc 1 of the DVD set titled “Freemasonry Revealed” (2007), pages from an old book are briefly displayed, showing in large type the original spelling of the name Solomon—SALOMON. Both spellings relate to the same bloodline, as does another Jewish surname where one “o” is dropped: Salmon. Salomon is the way it appears in the Latin Vulgate Bible, used by the Catholic Church from 400 AD to at least 1530 AD. SOLOMON appears in the later Geneva (Genevan Reformed) Bible and elsewhere.

    The Vulgate was the most used Bible during the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and well into the Early Modern Period (about 1800 AD), throughout the colonizing of North America. Like Solomon/Salomon, Salmon is a unique species of fish, also associated with wisdom—as, for example, in Irish and Welsh mythology. Many of the earliest settlers on the east coast and in the area shown on John White’s map had the Salmon surname. A creek that runs right through the area occulted on White’s map bears the name: Salmon Creek. What a coincidence.

    A further coincidence: In that same area, a golf course was recently created, designed by Arnold Palmer. Palmer happens to be a 33rd degree Mason. Brother Palmer is considered an American hero by his fellow Freemasons. He is unquestionably a leading light among humanitarian leaders worldwide, past and present. A stated goal of the Masonic organization honoring Palmer for his work is to “bring the noble architecture of the House of the Temple safely into the 21st century.”

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