I’ve read what the artist, Jon McNaughton, says regarding the meanings behind his painting “One Nation Under God” at this link using the interactive webpage. However, here are a few bits of trivia you may not read about his painting on his website or any other blog.
- The artist believes in Mormonism, a religion started by 33rd degree Freemason Joseph Smith
- Freemasons are a split from the old Roman Catholic Knights Templar order
- McNaughton’s ‘jesus” is wearing the official colors of Vatican City and its flag
His ‘jesus’ is not pointing people to Himself or the Bible, but instead to a man-made document which teaches pluralism
- His ‘jesus’ has a solar halo around his head like the Baal version of ‘jesus’ worshiped by Catholics
- John F. Kennedy, the first Catholic President, is also shown in the background
- Also seen is Ronald Reagan, the first President since 1867 to restore diplomatic ties with the Vatican (ever since the Lincoln assassination when diplomatic ties with the Vatican were broken off after eight Catholics conspired to kill Lincoln)
- Dwight D. Eisenhower, member of Bohemian Grove and the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), is pictured
- Several occult Freemasons are in the painting according to this official Freemasonry website including George Washington, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, John Adams, Roger Sherman, James Madison, Robert Livingston, Paul Revere, and Thomas Paine (whose name is incidentally spelled incorrectly by McNaughton)
- The documents lying along the steps are court cases that made it possible for the United States to be turned into the occult-controlled state that it is today
It might be confusing to some as they try to determine if this is the Jesus of the Bible, the ‘jesus’ of the Vatican, or the ‘jesus’ of Mormonism who supposedly visited America as mentioned in the Book of Mormon. Let me save you the confusion.
The Jesus of the Bible would never point to the U.S. Constitution, framed by Freemasons and other founding fathers, as the hope for Americans. After all, the state constitutions forbid Catholics from holding office and kept them from domineering the young nation as they had in the Old World, but the Constitution changed this and allowed Catholics an inroad into power. The colonies believed they had no King but Jesus until the Constitution was framed.
Unlike the pro-freedom state constitutions, this document was a compromise of freedom and of federalism versus states’ rights. It was not an ideal document, and it forbid an establishment of religion, effectively ending the small government concept promoted by the “No King but Jesus” beliefs of the colonies. After this federal document was created, its framers appointed the first President of the colonies, The Bill of Rights, supported by the states, was barely retained in this federal document. Freemason George Washington, like King Saul in the Bible, replaced Jesus as “king” of the colonies. Thomas Jefferson refused to have a chapel in his university in Virginia due to this clause. Do you think this is a document that Jesus endorsed?
On the other hand, the ‘jesus’ of Mormonism and the Vatican have much in common, and both believe in massive religious power over the government, religious armies, wars, and emphasize solar beliefs and symbols taken from the solar Baal worship of Babylon.
One final question, why do you think a Mormon would paint his vision of ‘jesus’ in Vatican colors?