Lost Symbols?: The Secrets of Washington DC

Lost Symbols?: The Secrets of Washington DC

By: David Ovason (author)Paperback

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The secrets, the myths and the facts behind Washington, D.C.'s design and its Masonic significance. In this groundbreaking, original work, David Ovason reveals the intimate connections between the mysterious zodiacal symbols and the stellar lore of Washington, D.C. and the secret plan for the city. There are over fifty complete zodiacs in Washington, D.C., all witness to an extraordinary stellar mystery. Why did generations of architects and artists put their lives and energies on the line, when designing this City of the Stars? What was their shared secret language? What or who drove them to create a city overflowing with such esoteric symbolism? What is the meaning behind the secret symbolism of Washington, D.C.'s layout? And what does it mean for America's future?

About Author

David Ovason has published numerous books in the arcane field. His first, a study of the secret texts of the French prophet, Nostradamus, The Nostradamus Code, has been hailed as a masterpiece of its kind. His second work, The Zelator, presents the fascinating autobiography of the magus, Mark Hedsel - a personal story which tells of the tribulations and triumphs experienced by a man who sough initiation in the modern world. More recently he has written Nostradamus: Prophecies for America, The Secret Symbolism of the Dollar Bill and The History of the Horoscope. Lost Symbols? was originally published 10 years ago as The Secret Zodiacs of Washington, D.C.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780099548089
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 656
  • ID: 9780099548089
  • weight: 543
  • ISBN10: 0099548089

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