John Hanson, April 3, 1721, To Nov 15, 1783 A.D. He was Maryland patriot during the American Revolution, president of the New Nation under the articles of confederation.
A member of the Maryland assembly from A.D. 1757, he became active in the resistance to British tax in the 1760's A.D. He was an early supporter of independence, as a delegate to the continental congress (1780-82 A.D.).
Hanson signed the articles of confederation. Contrary to what many believe, George Washington was not the first president. For, "if George Washington was a general in the war against Britain? Then who was the president that appointed him general? How could he be general without being appointed by a president? There were fourteen other presidents before George Washington.
They were the presidents of the continental congress. John Hanson was the first president of the union under the articles of confederation, thereby, making him the first president of the United States. It was the one that appointed George Washington general in the civil war.
The First Constitution Of The United States Was The Articles Of Confederation. The Continental Congress drafted it in 1777 A.D. It only governed the original 13 States, before the American Revolution. It was ratified or signed by 13 States/Colonies In 1781 A.D.
The articles only provided for a "Firm League of Friendship" in which each of the 13 states wilfully retained its sovereignty, freedom and independence. Congress functioned under these articles until 1788 A.D., when a revised edition was signed by all the states and adopted as the constitution of the United Thirteen States of America in 1789 A.D.
This was when George Washington became president. However, there were nine previous presidents of the union, of which John Hanson was the first, under the Articles of Confederation. By way of elucidation, the spiritual significance of number 7 is that it denotes completion, while 13 denotes transformation, resurrection, new life and rebirth. Now, the United States achieved its independence on 4 July 1776.
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The choice of the month of July by the European founding fathers of the United States denotes that in July (7th month of the year), they completed their armed revolution/struggle for independence from Euro-colonial Britain. The choice of the 4th of July denotes that on that day, the United States was transformed from a colony of Britain to a sovereign independent nation-state; in addition, the 4th July falls within the summer solstice of ancient Kemet/Egypt which runs/lasts from 21 June - 4 July, a period of 13 days.
It is no accident, therefore, that the European founding fathers of the United States specifically choose this day to coincide with the spiritual belief system/blessing/protection/guidance of ancient Kemet. Moreover, the choice of 1776 denotes that 7 plus 6 also equals 13. So the European founding fathers of the United States purposely veiled/shrouded their new State in the swaddling clothes of ancient Kemet/Egypt. In addition, the 13th amendment of the U.S. constitution freed the slaves; this denotes that this amendment gave the slaves a "new life" as freed men; when the United States achieved its independence, there were only 13 colonies - accident? This denotes that there was a "rebirth" in this former colony of Britain.
In terms of symbols, there is a stone monument in Washington, D.C. mistakenly called the "Washington monument."
Now, this monument has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the European founding father of the United States, George Washington.
This stone monument is directly connected and related to the ancient Kemetic/Egyptian spiritual phenomenon known as the "Osirian Drama."
In other words, in keeping with the ancient Kemetic/Egyptian spiritual belief system, the Washington monument denotes that even though President George Washington is physically dead, he is still spiritually alive to govern and oversee the nation ad infinitum - the lifetime of stone is infinite.
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