The Saint-Crucian Connection

In “Lost Colony of Roanoke” and “’La Virginea Pars’ Map”, PluribusOne™ addressed mysteries related to 16th century efforts of Renaissance Europeans—heirs to ancient knowledge and keepers of associated tokens, totems, and talismans handed down through a network of secret societies—to follow on with their 15th century plan to establish a headquarters for “New Atlantis” in North America and begin rebuilding the world empire lost in prehistory, stone remnants of which remain around the world as proof that such world-wide culture did exist. 

Chief among artifacts recovered by warrior-monks later known as Knights Templar was the Ark of the Covenant, constructed under Moses’ direction. La Virginea Pars map contains evidence that secret society plans called for the Ark to be installed within a replicated Temple of Solomon to be built in the wilderness west of Roanoke. That plan for the New Exodus (from Europe) appears to have gone awry by the early 1600s, leaving us to ask: Where, then, did the keepers of the Ark deposit it and other sacred artifacts during the dark time that witnessed such events as Giordano Bruno’s 1600 execution for heresy? 

Conflicts with Native Americans and other political and intercultural complications in both Europe and America, together with an inadequate military force (in terms of manpower as well as communications and weapons technologies), appear to be the reasons for abandoning plans to pursue the Temple project at the confluence of the Roanoke and Chowan rivers. Yet it remained crucial that the Ark, both a symbol and instrument of highest power, be brought from England and planted in the New World in a place free of the aforementioned impediments. What one location would have best met that need? 

Sir Francis Bacon—“guiding spirit in the colonization scheme”—was a leading force behind the New World agenda. Bacon was a natural philosopher who drew upon the Rosicrucian and Hermetic systems to shape Freemasonry. His rose-colored vision of New Atlantis included political governance guided by principles embodied in those systems, principles consistent with “humanism” and democracy, principles applied in the selection of sites for colonization and for placement of the Ark and related artifacts. Therefore, the one safest temporary place meeting criteria established by worldly experience would have also fitted into the schematic of mystical conceptualizing. 

Others have come to the same conclusion as PluribusOne™ but by way of different breadcrumb trails, that the one safest place would have been on the island now known as St. Croix (Holy Cross), in the Virgin Islands—Santa Cruz as named by Christopher Columbus. That one island lies farthest from the mainland, yet is part of America, a remnant of Atlantis. Formed of rock and limestone, St. Croix is an extension of the mainland, whereas all other Caribbean islands were products of later volcanoes. 

England settled Santa Cruz in about 1625 and dominated it until routed by Spain, at which time the Knights of Malta took it back. By 1653 the island was free of problematic Indians and Europeans. The Knights had unhampered use until 1665. We believe the Ark was there during that period, after which it was secreted into the brand new Province of Carolina, provincial flag of which reflected a melding of stylized crosses of the Knights Templar, Knights Hospitaller, and Knights of Malta, and seal of which included a Knight’s helmet (see Image File #39).

Sir Walter Raleigh’s colonization charter had been made void when the Roanoke settlement failed. With Queen Elizabeth I’s death in 1603, followed by Raleigh’s beheading in 1618, the area had escaped control by the Knights until the Carolina Charter (1663-1665)—which included the occulted site on La Virginea Pars map.

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2 Responses to “The Saint-Crucian Connection”

  1. Valiant Says:

    I believe that the Throne of David was considered to be England or in England in those days. Wouldn’t the ark have been kept in England? In other words, doesn’t the ark belong in the same place as the throne?

  2. PluribusOne™ Says:

    The throne and high priesthood belong in the nation where the Ark resides. Bringing the Ark to what is today North Carolina marked the imminent shift of power from England to an envisioned USA.

    We speculate that the Ark was in England before it found its way to St. Croix, but it is possible that the Ark never caught up to the movement of the seat of the House of David, which had made its way to the British Isles.

    There may have been reluctance or disagreement among the early Freemasons involving when the Ark should be moved from safekeeping in St. Croix and where it should go in the mid-1660s.

    The Great Fire of London, which occurred on September 2, 1666, is, for us, as suspicious as the attack on the Twin Towers in NYC on September 11, 2001. The timing not only coincides with the dates we mentioned in the above post but also with another related Masonic agenda.

    On September 11, 1666, just days after the Great Fire, Sir Christopher Wren presented to King Charles II an elaborate blueprint for rebuilding London—a plan too elaborate to have been made so quickly and by one man. Wren’s plan was of occult Rosicrucian/Masonic design and appears to have included a site for rebuilding Solomon’s Temple. The King did not adopt Wren’s plan. The Ark had already moved on, along with plans for the Temple in the New World.

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