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How Scotland's influence created the United States Sovereign Identity and Laws
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By Robert J. Silverstein, http://www.GeorgeWashingtonInauguralbuttons.com

This explains Roberts Scots guild control and its influence in all of the United States art and symbolism origins to the United States Identity!

Gary

Robert Scot was sent to America by several factions of Scottish Royal families as, "The International Guild President." His authority would cover all practicing artisans being of all nationalities operating in the American colonies; as well as other European countries. Only Robert Scot was granted the Royal authority (and trained from childhood) to use the Scottish Royal Culture Symbols of the House of Stuart in the commissioned artistry he produced. Accompanying this authority is the right to use Royal religious symbol "E" which grants divinity from God.

Meaning, their was a plan set in motion to infuse Scottish Royal Culture into the U.S. Federal System. This newly introduced insignia which originates in the history of Scottish Royal culture will act as the official authoritative backingin country affairs with foreign nations. So, using his platform in America Very Discreetly working as the official International Artisan Guild President, he was able to successfully wield his influence behind the scenes of well known artisans that provided the foundation artwork for America's insignia and long list of other official state relics through Congressional Committees.

The Silverstein Proposition: George Washington felt "Obligated" to become America's first President not because of his love for the people, but because Prince Edward Stuart died in 1788. George Washington personal life was submerged in generational traditions of Scottish Royal culture. His relationships through Scottish Masonic Lodges who adhered to Strict Observance was his obligation, not the common person. The Zoroastrian Phoenix which transformed into an Eagle is where divine authority originates and this symbol belongs to Prince Edward Stuart. Born on December 31st 1720 in Italy on the new year his birth song celebrated by the Pope Cement XI was the Phoenix. This Transformational Phoenix was worn on Washington's earliest Commander & Chief's uniform in 1775. Meaning, this was his army, and his Scottish noble Jacobites out of power were the true movement behind America's cause.

Allusion: George Washington's 1774/1775 Continental Army Uniform Button depicted the "Sons of Liberty 13 Stripes" on the Bonnie Prince's Zoroastrian Pheonix insignia. As General of the Continental Army against the British empire, George Washington carried this Zoroastrian Crest on his buttons from the first battle in Cambridge when it broke out in 1775. Then 12 years later with the death of the Bonnie Prince in 1788, Robert Scot skillfully transformed the Scottish Zoroastrian Fire Alter with Prince Edward Stuart's Phoenix into the American Eagle for the U.S. Federal government. This also placed Robert Scot into the position of being able to graft the Kings Right of Sovereignty " E," and through the Artisan allusion technique, he was able to lay it into the foundation of the Grand Architects Design for our government,- NOT into a representational symbol for George Washington. This is supported by the infusion of the letter "E" into 18th century governmental insignia and state relics which were created by the same Philadelphia artisans under Robert Scot's Masters authority.

Why I Love Buttons: George Washington's Gilt Zoroastrian Phoenix / Eagle Uniform button he wore as Commander and Chief would be the earliest "Artist Creation" of the Great Seal of the United States! With Gary Gianotti's irrefutable evidence that Robert Scot was the International Artisan Guild President directly from Scotland, he had behind the scenes influence and was behind the symbolism of the Scottish crown, and influence behind the Great Seal Design within Congressional Committees. This button engraved by Robert Scot to be worn by George Washington ended up being transformed into America's Eagle, The Great Seal of the United States!


The creation of both the Presidential and the United States great seals evolved directly from the symbolism of the exiled Scottish Sovereigns. The evolution of the right to rule that predates the 1745 Up-Rising in Great Britain with the founding of the United States.

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Garry Gianotti
Gary has been sending in articles for the site for a number of years so thought we should bring all his articles under this page instead of spreading them throughout the site and so below you will find his various contributions and also ones where he has been quoted in...

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  2. Did Scotland and the Knights Templar Influence the Founding of America and the Design of America's Great Seal?
    A World Exclusive Interview with Gary Gianotti, Feb 22, 2015

  3. Stars & Stripes Origins Rediscovered
    The history researched by Gary Gianotti

  4. The Strange Tale of the Kirkwall Scroll, The Great Cyclic Cross of Hendaye, and the Great Seal of the United States of America.
    By Cort Lindahl in which he quotes Gary Gianotti

  5. Ancient Bee Symbolism History
    By Gary Gianotti

  6. Why Alexander Hamilton was picked to be the first US Treasury director!
    By Gary Gianotti

  7. Geomantic Information Systems; Exploring Axis Mundi, the Earth Grid, the Holy Grail and Ley Lines
    By Cort Lindahl in which he mentions Gary Gianotti

  8. Scot Family
    Some information and a plea for translation

  9. How Scotland's influence created the United States Sovereign Identity and Laws
    By Gary Gianotti

  10. Freemasory Arms and Great Seal by Robert Scot
    A one page document on the Great Seal comparison discovery by Gary Gianotti

  11. Lucretia Shaws 13 Star’s & Stripe’s Flag
    By Gary Gianotti

  12. Stars & Stripes Origins Rediscovered
    The history researched by Gary Gianotti

  13. George Scot of Pitlochie

  14. Buccleuch-Scott-Washington-Maldred

  15. Celtic Writing Rediscovered
    By Gary Gianotti

  16. General St. Clair Flag

  17. American Great Seal Symbolism

  18. Discovering Sir Robert Stranges Makers Mark
    By Gary Gianotti

  19. Webb Horn-Flag Origins

  20. George Washington Inaugural Buttons
    Heraldic Eagles - Misconception & Falacy

  21. The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

  22. Ancient Bee Symbolism History
    By Gary Gianotti in the Candian Templar Newsletter

  23. Templar Snippet
    From the Canadian Templar Newsletter

  24. Acheson Are ST. Clairs of Herdmanston by Gary Gianotti

  25. Scott Family of Arms-Fergus of Galloway Arms-Sir John Scot of Scotstarvit Arms
    By Gary Gianotti

  26. US Flag Constellation Origins by Gary Gianotti

  27. Restoration of the family lost Identity of Uchtred Fitz Scott and his son the 1st Richard Scott

  28. Did Scotland and the Knights Templar Influence the Founding of America and the Design of America's Great Seal?
    From the Grand Priory of Canada's Newsletter

  29. Family Tree DNA Research on the name Fleming
    In which Gary has been mentioned

  30. Design Origins of George Washington Inaugrial Buttons Cipher Surface

  31. How Modern History Symbolism Interpretations can destroy the future of Core Christianity Symbolism
    By Gary Gianotti in an article in the Canadian Templar Newsletter

  32. Hidden Initials by the Early American Engravers Guild:
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    by Ron Miller and Gary Gianotti; Charleston, SC

  33. Charles I, Royalist Symbolism Adopted to Milford, Connecticut City’s Logo!
    Yes this is Associated to the origins of US Symbolism with the Great Seal (All Seeing Eye) and Star & Stripes on the Webb Horn. Not Stars! Star for the Garter & Thistle Orders.


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