The Reckoning – – Chapter Three – – The Meaning of America

by Mike McClaughry


Chapter Three

 The Meaning of America

Reckoning – the righting of wrongs. The rectifying of damages caused by wrong actions.

Life on Earth has been plagued by wars, destructive drugs, and financial hardship. Those things have been generated by a small number of specific people who have elected themselves to be the rulers over all other men – we call them the slavemasters.

We intend to rectify the harm caused by the slavemasters. The first step is for people to know their history.

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Ancient clay tablets talk about the Anunna, who were the so-called gods and godesses. They used people as servants and slaves.

InannaAnunna goddess Inanna with her lion

There were hundreds of these gods and goddesses. They used Kings and Priests to relay orders to the people.

There was an ancient city in Asia Minor called Nesa and the people in that city called themselves Nesilim.

The Nesilim said they lived in the land of Hatti. The Nesilim were a mounted, somewhat nomadic people.
They were fierce warriors, very skilled in battle, and masters at using the horse-drawn chariot in warfare.

Starting around 2,000 BC the Nesilim conquered and ruled Asia Minor. They went on to conquer Syria, Canaan, Mesopotamia, and Egypt. They expanded their empire by war and everywhere they conquered they took on more gods and goddesses to the point they were known as the land of a thousand gods. They had under them every god and religion that existed in ancient times.

Mithra was a major god in the Nesilim Empire. He was their God of Light and Wisdom, associated with the Sun.


Mithraism is the foundation for many Jewish sects such as Essenes, Rosicrucians, Freemasons, and Kabalah.
All of them say God is Light and the members are called Brothers of Light.

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After the Anunna were no longer around, Nesilim kings used a tactic to keep people acting as obedient slaves.
The Nesilim kings claimed they were a god, or they were the son of a god, or they were the spokesman for a god.

The following slavemaster ideas originated in Asia –

  • Gods
  • Religions
  • Kings as rulers
  • Kings using god religion to make people subservient slaves
  • King mentality “we are far superior, people must serve the king”
  • King mentality “to rule the entire world”

The Nesilim were at the gateway for Asian slavemaster ideas to get into Europe.
The Nesilim spread into Europe and were the foundation of the earliest German tribes.

They were like an insect that serves as the carrier for spreading a disease – slavemaster disease.

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The Nesilim united King and Priest to rule the people and conquer the world.

Constantine I was the Emperor of the Roman Empire who converted to Christianity and made it the state religion.
Constantine I was united with the Catholics. It was the Nesilim tradition of uniting King and Priest to rule the world.

Charlemagne was King of the Franks. He was a devout Catholic who had a close relationship with the Catholic Popes. He spent most of his life in battle and insisted on conversion to Christianity in the lands he conquered. In 782 he ordered the beheading of 4,500 Saxons who were caught practicing paganism after converting to Christianity.

Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne as Roman Emperor in 800 AD.

In 936 Otto I became the king of Germany. The Germans were blood descendants of the Nesilim.

In 962 Otto I was crowned emperor of the German Holy Roman Empire, which ruled over most of Europe.
Century after century, this union of King and Priest killed the people who rejected the Catholic religion.

German King + Catholic Pope = German Holy Roman Empire

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Cosimo de Medici was a wealthy Jewish banker in Florence, Italy. He wanted to undermine the Catholic Church.  1

Cosimo de Medici had a book commissioned in 1460 called the Corpus Hermeticum. It contains Gnostic beliefs.
It is Brothers of Light religion – it says that God is Light.

Cosimo de Medici started the Florentine Academy, where they introduced the Corpus Hermeticum.
This group formed one of the earliest pockets of the Rosicrucians and Freemasons.

The Catholic Church was selling indulgences to make money. An indulgence forgave you for all sins for ten days.
Martin Luther was a German Catholic priest. He was against selling indulgences, so he left the Catholic Church.
Luther started the Protestant Reformation. The Rosicrucians and Freemasons supported the Protestant movement.

Now we come to the point in history that marks the start point for the contemporary era slavemasters.

In 1558, Elizabeth I became Queen of England. She was a Protestant.

Her chief adviser was William Cecil. He was her Secretary of State. British intelligence was under him.
William Cecil started a dynasty where the Cecil family has headed British intelligence ever since then.

855px-Queen_Elizabeth_I;_Sir_Francis_Walsingham;_William_Cecil,_1st_Baron_Burghley_by_William_Faithorne_(2)sketch of William Cecil, Queen Elizabeth I, and Francis Walsingham
the sketch was made at the time of Queen Elizabeth I

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Britain has been ruled by a malicious and oppressive Monarchy.

The kings do not stand alone as being the single source of the slavemaster mentality and the slavemaster bloodlines. They are surrounded by various advisors, men of title, and the head of a religion. Some of these men are slavemaster families. They pass on their title and their slavemaster mentality to their heirs.

In a Monarchy the royals are self-elected rulers. Consequently, it is a dictatorship.
A Monarchy is not limited to rule by a King and Queen. It is an hierarchy of rulers.

King and Queen
Prince and Princess

All of the above are known as nobility and aristocracy.

Aristos – best
Aristocracy – rule by a hereditary nobility

These people have falsely elevated themselves because of a bloodline or inheritance. They put on great airs as to how superior they are and how they are the best people in the world, which is a reversal of the fact they are the worst.


Sociopath or Psychopath – has a pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the welfare of others.

The British nobility has engaged in slave-trafficking, drug-trafficking, instigating and financing needless wars, self-serving banking practices and self-serving business practices. They have caused death and suffering to hundreds of millions of people all around the world.

They have a blatant disregard for the welfare of others – they are the worst sociopaths in the world.

In a Monarchy you get a government headed by insane men. You do not get to elect the best men for the job.

The Monarch, King or Queen, is the official Head of State.
The British Armed Forces are under the command of the Monarch.
The Monarch is the only person with the power to declare war on other countries.

Britain has a Parliament for making laws. Parliament is not the same as the Government which runs the country.

Parliament is made up of three parts –

  1. The Monarch
  2. The House of Lords
  3. The House of Commons

The Monarch has the final say on whether a bill becomes law.
The Monarch has the right to dissolve parliament.

The members in the House of Commons are elected by the British people.
The British people do not elect members of the House of Lords.
You have to be nobility to be a member of the House of Lords.
A member of the House of Lords has to have the approval of the Monarch.

Britain, despite having a Parliament, is not a democracy – meaning government by the people.

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William Cecil urged Queen Elizabeth to expand British territory by making colonies – starting British Empire building. Cecil paid for forgeries to be created that “proved” that England owned all the oceans and land.  2

They used slave trafficking and drug trafficking to finance their world domination effort.

On December 31, 1600 Queen Elizabeth I granted a Royal Charter to the British East India Company. It engaged in slave trafficking and drug trafficking. It smuggled opium into China, ruining the lives of millions of Chinese people.

In their march for world conquest, the British were establishing colonies around the world.
There were thirteen British colonies on the East coast of North America.

British colonies are in red color

The British colonists in North America objected to tyrannical rule by the British nobility, which heavily taxed them and violated their rights. The thirteen British colonies united and on 4 July 1776, they declared independence from Britain. Thomas Jefferson was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence.

engraving thomas jefferson 1801Engraving of Thomas Jefferson – 1801

British armies were sent to prevent the colonies from having independence.

british redcoats

The Americans had to fight for their freedom. The colonists who fought for independence were called Patriots.

american revolution 1

american revolution 2

The Americans won their freedom. Thereafter, certain British nobility have been a covert enemy to America, using covert methods to undermine and control America.

The Americans rejected rule by monarchy and aristocracy, and proclaimed that all men are created equal.
They drafted a Constitution that forbids titles of nobility and includes rights and freedoms.

The first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution are called the Bill of Rights. These include –

Freedom of speech
Freedom of the press
Freedom of religion
Right to vote
Right to peaceably assemble
Right of the people to keep and bear arms
Right against unreasonable searches and seizures
Right to not be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law
Right to be brought before a court as a protection against illegal imprisonment
Right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury, and right to counsel for his defense

Demos – the common people of an ancient Greek state
Democracy – rule by the common people

is a government where the people vote directly on the laws. Government by the people. Control of the government by the people. The supreme power is held by the people and exercised by them directly, rather than by their elected representatives.

When the people vote to elect representatives, that is called a Republic. That is the American government.

The American government is not a pure Democracy, it is a Republic.

But it is intended to have the key element of a democracy, which means government by the people.

The way a Republic is supposed to act like a Democracy is found in the definition for representative.

Representative – people chosen to speak and act on behalf of a wider group.

That means our elected representatives are supposed to carry out what the American people want done.

All too often the elected representatives and officials do not represent the interests and will of the American people. They impose their will upon the people. They dictate to the people and act as though they are senior to the people. And when they act like that they are no different than a Monarchy or dictatorship.

When the elected representatives act as though they are senior to the people it is no longer a Democracy.
In a Democracy the people are senior to the elected representatives and other appointed government officials.
The people are the government, not the elected representatives and appointed officials.

Representatives cannot go against what the people want done – and when they do they are no longer representatives. They have become dictators.

Thomas Jefferson said –

They knew no medium between a democracy… and an abandonment of themselves to an aristocracy…
The full experiment of a government, democratical, but representative, was and is still reserved for us.

The introduction of this new principle of representative democracy has rendered useless almost everything written before on the structure of government…  4

I have no fear but that the result of our experiment will be, that men may be trusted to govern themselves without a master.   5

Whenever the people are well-informed they can be trusted with their own government.   6

The Republic method of government has been covertly sabotaged by the British nobility. Some of our representatives are bought men who have represented British interests, and they have not represented the interests and will of the American people.

Thomas Jefferson correctly identified the British nobility as the enemy of mankind –

The individuals of the nation [Britain] I have ever honored and esteemed… but I consider their government as the most flagitious [villainous] which has existed…

It is not only founded in corruption itself, but insinuates the same poison into the bowels of every other, corrupts it’s councils, nourishes factions, stirs up revolutions, and places it’s own happiness in fomenting commotions and civil wars among others, thus rendering itself truly the hostis humani generis.   3

hostis humani generis  = the enemy of the human race

Hostis Humani Generis 3

Thomas Jefferson was also aware of the union of King and Priest to rule the world –

In every country and in every age, the priest has been hostile to liberty. He is always in alliance with the despot, abetting his abuses in return for protection to his own. 

I am for freedom of religion, & against all maneuvres to bring about a legal ascendancy of one sect over another… 

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The slavemasters want a two class society. There are only slavemasters and slaves. And the slavemasters rule.

Slaves do not have rights or freedom.

Now you can see what America was meant to be –

It is getting away from being under rule by the slavemasters.

It is government by the people – who have rights and freedoms.

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The British slavemasters used their takeover method on America –

Step 1 – economic takeover
Step 2 – government takeover

The government takeover is done by infiltration of the American government with British agents.

Covert rule by the British aristocracy undermines what America was meant to be –

no rule by aristocracy
government by the people

The British aristocracy ruling America through covert means is one of the things that needs a reckoning.


The Reckoning Table of Chapters



1. New Columbia Encyclopedia

2. John Strype, Annals of the Reformation, Oxford (1824), vol.ii, part ii, no. XLV, 558–563
Backdated Overpopulation Myths and the Forging of The Bible  by Virginia McClaughry

3. Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, Polar Forest November 25 – 1816 Jefferson Cyclopedia

4. Jefferson Cyclopedia p.51 (nbr 486)

5. Jefferson Cyclopedia, letter from Thomas Jefferson to David Hartley, 1787

6. Jefferson Cyclopedia, letter from Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Price in 1789, p 710

7. Thomas Jefferson Letter to Horatio G. Spafford (17 March 1814)

8. Thomas Jefferson Letter to Elbridge Gerry (January 26, 1799); in: The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Memorial Edition (ME) (Lipscomb and Bergh, editors), 20 Vols., Washington, D.C., 1903-04, Volume 10, page 78




12. Alexander Hamilton – The Founding Father With The Ulterior Motive by Kenneth C. Crowe