Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Spirit of '76 painting in Marblehead, Massachusetts, with the "Spirit of George Washington"


Marblehead is a lovely town and the "City Hall" is a most interesting "museum". If you get as far North as Boston, go the extra mile (or quite a few miles) to visit the Birthplace of the American Navy were the first of the Washington Cruisers were Commissioned by Commander in Chief George Washington.

The 7 Washington Cruisers flew a flag much like the reconstructed Liberty Tree Flag, or Washington Cruisers Flag, which was the TRUE "First Navy Flag", NOT the "fake snake" flag that now flies on the bow of American Navy ships due to misinformed quasi-historians in the Secretary of the Navy's office back during the Bicentennial in the mid-1970s.

Thursday, September 04, 2008

A "Good View" at Buena Vista Labor Day Parade

The Miss Virginia (Miss Tara Wheeler) receives a bow from General George Washington at Maury Park after the Annual Labor Day Parade in Buena Vista, Virginia.







Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Washington Cruiser Liberty Tree Flag flies in U.S. Capitol

Fearless Farmers Fly Flag of Liberty under the dome of the United States Capitol


Saturday, July 19, 2008

GW points out Article VI, Section 4 of this Constitution, read and work to make true!


Farmer and Federalist George Washington showing a Future Farmer of America, Miss Christy Huffman of Virginia Tech the Seeds of the Tree of Liberty in this Constitution.

George Washington served as the President of the Constitutional Convention so is aware of some key provisions of that "Miracle in Philadelphia", one of which is Article I, Section 9, "the importation of such persons...", not slaves, bondservants, or chattel.

This Constitution recognized the manhood, the "personhood" of the black people who had been imported to the various states (by the state with the most number of slave traders from 1720 to 1808, when outlawed by this Constitution, was "The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations").

President Jefferson signed the legislation to implement that Article of this Constitution on 1 January a.d. 1808, the first day possible.

Article IV, Section 4 is also a key provision, for it is a reminder that our Founding Fathers were wise to know to fear a Democracy, so they created a Republican form of government, as herein stated.

Roanoke's Miss Bird captures George Washington on "video"

Monday, March 10, 2008

Red, White, and Blue Hug in the Schools for
"father of His country", George Washington


Anna Jeffrey, 5, of Woodstock, home of Pastor turned General Peter Muhlenberg, in the Red and White stripes of the Sons of Liberty (daughters, too!) hugs the man in the blue and buff uniform,

the "father of His country", George Washington!

Photo by Rich Cooley, Northern Virginia Daily, 10 March a.d. 2008

See the Rich photo essay with GW narration at:
http://www.nvdaily.com/multimedia/washington/

Thursday, February 21, 2008

"A Civil Air for America" Concept Cover for
A New View of Washington's Rules...


Click on the title to go to a website to read the pages of this "revolutionary" book.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

George In Classroom - All Across America

GeorgeInClassroom3 (Click on the image to enlarge for easier reading.)

The Lady in the red coat on the left of the upper left photo is The First Lady, "Mrs. George W.", Mrs. George W. Bush, that is, Laura Bush, who on Tuesday, 15 January visited Washington Mill Elementary School, the closest school to the Mount Vernon mansion house, just a little ways outside the West Gate, in Westgate subdivision.

The Lady standing is "Mrs. George W.", Mrs. George Washington, or Martha Washington, wonderfully portrayed by the wonderful lady Mary Wiseman of Potomac Avenue in the Mount Vernon magisterial district.

The photo graced the front page of The Alexandria Times on Thursday, 17 January. The other photos are of "George" in front of many a classroom already... But this "George" most heartily approves of these paintings of George being proudly placed in every American classroom!

Call Mount Vernon today 703-780-2000 to donate to support this great idea, or go to their Member page

Below shows "George" beside a painting of George by a Japanese artist that was given to President Harry Truman on display at the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri. "Harry" is portrayed by Truman biographer and Living Historian, Neil Johnson, who used to work at the Truman Library.

Truman said his three favorite Statesmen in History, were Cato and Cincinnatus of the Roman Republic, and Washington of our American Republic (NOT a "Democracy" a form feared by the Founding Fathers, and wisely so!)

Saturday, December 15, 2007

George Washington for Christmas ~ Woodlawn Baptist Church, Mount Vernon, Virginia



Woodlawn Baptist Church Christmas Dinner

Talk on George Washington at Christmas (Video)

Wreaths Across America...The Spiritual Journey of George Washington...



The lady in the video picture above is Colonel Jane Davies, Civil Air Patrol, Commander of the National Capital Wing, who gave the recently published (late a.d. 2007) book on the Spiritual Journey of George Washington below to "GW" at a Mount Vernon Civil Air Patrol Squadron Change of Command.









On page 49 of The Spiritual Journey of George Washington is a URL to

The American Colonists' Library

That has hundreds of links to wonderful works and words, one of which is George Washington the Christian by William Jackson Johnson in a.d. 1919 (NOT as the Library of Congress erroneously lists "William Jackson Johnstone", a different man who died within months of the same time in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota and was also an author who worked at a local college.)

George Washington the Christian

http://books.google.com/books?id=FhgFAAAAYAAJ&printsec=titlepage

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Apostle of Liberty by Stephen McDowell



On the back cover of the dust jacket is a fine quote by "Silent Cal", President Calvin Coolidge about President George Washington...

"Washington
was the directing spirit

without which
there would have been

no independence,
no Union,
no Constitution
and

no Republic."

It continues to say:
"His ways were the ways of truth.
His influence grows.
In wisdom of action,
in purity of character
he stands alone."

Further...
"We cannot yet estimate him.
We can only indicate our reverence for him and
thank the Divine Providence
which sent him to serve
and
inspire his fellow men."

Inside this jewel of a book are many, many other fine quotes.

Buy your copy of this fine book on George Washington! Tell 'em GW sent you!
Link will take you to the www.ProvidenceFoundation.com shopping cart page.

Earlier Cover of Apostle of Liberty...

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Monday, September 17, 2007

Constitution Day a.d. 2007 at the Capitol

On Constitution Day in tHis Year of Our Lord Jesus 2007 in the gardens of the Capitol of this United States of America, the words of the Preamble were read as the bells from the Taft Monument ring in the background...


video



"Click" on the image of the Preamble to enlarge it for easier reading.


For the entire study guide to the Preamble of "this Constitution for the United States of America", please "Click" the link below:

"tHis Constitution for the United States of America" Godly Government Guide

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

GW with little Miss Hailey in Washington, DC

Little Miss Hailey for several days on a visit to Washington, D.C. had been asking her parents and grand-parents to see George Washington, and they tried to say, "Sweetie, George Washington is not around any more to meet with you."



Here you see Miss Hailey's pretty head covered by GW's Trinity Hat... one where "GW" has been protected in many a battle doing GW...



As she came onboard the Cherry Blossom, who did Miss Hailey meet but "George Washington", upon which she turned to her folks and said assuredly, "See, I told you so..."

The night of Independence Day, along with Leadership Institute and president Morton Blackwell, a man like George Washington who is creating a new generation of leaders for America,...

... little Miss Hailey and her family went on the Cherry Blossom stern-wheeler riverboat from Alexandria up the Potomac River to be best positioned to watch the annual Independence Day fireworks.

Turns out that GW and Miss Hailey are related, in that Miss Hailey is a descendant from another of Mary Ball Washington's children!



Here you see "Le Grand Trio" ~~ the "grand" Miss Hailey, "Bop" her Grand Pop, and Grand PaPa George (Washington), the "father of His country", and grandfather of His country, too!

By the way, here "PaPa" is short for "Pater Patrae" or Latin for "father of the country".

"George Washington" gave Miss Hailey a copy of "tHis Constitution for the United States of America" with a picture of George Washington reaching out with a quill pen to you to also sign this Constitution, and asked little Miss Hailey to read this Constitution and read it to others.



Over the next days and months, Miss Hailey repeatedly asked her folks to read to her this Constitution, and they did. The proud PaPa of Hailey plays for the New Orleans Saints...


"Oh when the Saints go marchin' in, I want to be there in that number..." There were more French "Saints" who marched at Yorktown (over 25,000) than American "Saints" (about 9000) and more than those "sinners" the British under General Cornwallis (about 21,000). Yet also remember that the British Army reportedly played the tune "The World Turned Upside Down". How fitting because on 9 July a.d. 1776, General Washington gave the Order to His army, "The General hopes and trusts that every officer and man shall endeavor so to live and act as becomes a Christian soldier...".

And then remember that in Acts 17:6 is written that the early Christians turned the world upside down. This band of early American Christian Soldiers turned the world upside down by defeating the mightiest Army on earth, the British Army!
















Before leaving the Cherry Blossom, Miss Hailey asked her Grand-folks, GrandPop "Bop" and "Granny Sue" also known as "GaGa" if she could stay with GW and live in the White House.













Two of Washington's soldiers, Captain William Washington, nephew of the General, and Lieutenant James Monroe, were shot in the Raid on Trenton. Yet later Monroe became Minister to Spain where he obtained a $15 million dollar gift from the King of Spain,

...and Spain later captured New Orleans from the British!

Our War for Independence was the "World War" of its time, and Washington was called by Thomas Paine, author of "Common Sense", as the "World's Apostle of Liberty" with parks and plazas, statues and streets, cities and counties named for Washington all across America and around the world.

Minister James Monroe returned from Spain to became a member of the Continental Congress that received the Resignation of General Washington in Annapolis on 23 December a.d. 1783 when as victorious General he "wowed the world" by peacefully giving over power to the civilian government. That date should be honored along with the 17th of September, the 4th of July, and the 22nd of February!

(Of course every Patriotic American knows the significance of each of those other three days, plus the 11th of September, Patriots' Day, when American forces lost a battle in Pennsylvania but in the American loss saved the Congress in Philadelphia not far from the Battle of Brandywine where General Lafayette was wounded.)

That December date with destiny, or date of Divine Providence, was the first time a military leader had peacefully relinquished power in over 2000 years, since before the birth of Jesus Christ, since the time of the Roman Republic (not the Roman Empire) and the Roman Generals Cato and Cincinnatus. Washington has been compared to Cato, and is called the "Cincinnatus of the West".

In fact, there is a Fort Washington in Cincinnati, Ohio, a town named for George Washington.

King George III at the time was amazed at the subjugation of ego in Washington and said that Washington was the greatest man of his time or perhaps all time.

President Truman said his three favorite statesmen in world History were Cato, Cincinnatus, and Washington, and Truman was a wise man.

By foregoing power, George Washington truly gave birth to our American Republic (NOT a "Democracy" that the wise Founding Fathers feared), and so is rightly called the "father of His country", where His refers to Jesus, not George!

Later, James Monroe was elected Senator from Virginia, and of course became the Fifth President. The only race he lost was to little Jamey Madison for the First Congress. Monroe lost because little Jamey Madison got the support of Baptist pastor John Leland when he promised to work for a set of Amendments to this Constitution that became know as the Bill of Rights , and Jamey Madison was a true gentleman, true to his word and promise.

Most Americans do not realize that one of the 12 amendments prepared by Jamey Madison was not Ratified at the time (15 December a.d. 1791) but finally was Ratified by the States on 7 May a.d. 1992 by the vote of Michigan, over 200 years later, so became the 27th Amendment!

Her Granny Sue (GaGa) wrote:
Hailey saw herself on the website tonight and she was just overcome with joy. I spoke to my daughter in New Orleans and gave her the link. I was on the phone when Hailey saw it and she was so excited...

She said to tell George hello! ... the child does have the joy of the Lord. She loves Jesus!


So in the Spirit of the Revolutionary James Monroe, who suffered injury at Trenton yet persevered to be elected Senator, and become one of America's greatest Presidents, upon entering Kindergarten at the end of this summer, Miss Hailey ran for -- and was elected -- as Senator from her class, and plans to run for President in due time... all at Godspeed!

Saturday, June 30, 2007

Girl Scouts and GW sing "God Bless America"

Girl Scouts and GW gather together at Fort Hunt Park near Mount Vernon, to send God Bless America, after hearing about how God has greatly blessed America with His "Miracle in Philadelphia" known as "this Constitution for the United States of America".

video

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Wise Words from Wise Men via a Wise Man "Colonel" Isom


Who is that tall good lookin' fellow beside "George Washington"?

Not the Minister to France and his Minister of State, Thomas Jefferson, but rather the able aide, "Colonel" Steve Isom of Cayce, South Carolina, who happens to belong to that distinguished group known as "War Eagles".

Colonel Isom seems to spend time in those hallowed halls of the South Carolina legislature (GW knows about that sort of work from his years in Virginia's House of Burgesses a "few" years ago.)

Colonel Isom has managed to show elected servants that it is a wise way to go to go and go and go with electricity powered cars like you see the Colonel waving from that blue green model. With the tax benefits that are now allowed, more than a few folks are green with envy, and will be blue if they do not get Zap-ped for themselves!

Colonel Isom, a wise man provided these wise words from wise men:

Experience is a dear teacher,
but fools will learn at no other.

Benjamin Franklin

You cannot teach a man anything;
you can only help him find it within himself.

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) Italian physicist and astronomer.

Time is the best teacher, unfortunately it kills all its students.

Knowledge is experience. Anything else is just information.
-Albert Einstein, Swiss-American Physicist

Life teaches none but those who study it.
V. O. Kliuchevsky

Spoon feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon.
E.M. Forster

I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.
-Mark Twain, American Writer

George Washington, historians tell us was not "well educated", because he was not heavily "schooled" having not attended college (at William and Mary like Thomas Jefferson, Harvard like John Adams, or Princeton like James Madison), yet Harvard Professor Alfred Bushnell Hart wrote that George Washington was the BEST EDUCATED of the Founding Fathers.

Write to me if you wish to know why GW was the Best Educated.

George@WashingtonLIVES.us

P.S. You might like to see what Colonel Isom and Dr. Ben Franklin have been up to in recent days with their experiments with this new-fangled thing called "Electricity" (Other than of course that enhancement of mail service by Postmaster General Franklin named Electric Mail or E-Mail for short.) Go see Colonel Isom at EVCarolina.com