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Masons and the ‘secret plan of Canberra’

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Secret Map of Canberra

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https://meanjin.com.au/essays/a-secret-map-of-canberra/

A Secret Map Of Canberra

Chris Hammer

Volume 72, Number 1, 2013

https://meanjin.com.au/essays/a-secret-map-of-canberra/

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Is There an Occult History of Canberra

This is an interesting video in the public interest.

Parliament House was designed by Freemasons to resemble sacred geometry

https://youtu.be/oy2py7RbkUM

 

Foundation Stone of Canberra 12 March 1913

David Headon ‘‘But Once in a History’: Canberra’s Foundation Stones and Naming ‘

 

Papers on Parliament No. 59 
April 2013

David Headon ‘But Once in a History’: Canberra’s Foundation Stones and Naming Ceremonies, 12 March 1913*

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