Freedom November 11, 2014 – Began November 11, 1620

The Pilgrims drafted "The Mayflower Compact" combining themselves into a "civil body politic to enact equal and just laws to serve the common good" in the cabin of the Mayflower before landing.

November 11, 1620  The Pilgrims signed “The Mayflower Compact” combining themselves into a “civil body politic to enact equal and just laws to serve the common good” in the cabin of the Mayflower before landing.

This Veteran’s Day let us remember what our Veterans and our ancestors lived and died for. It’s up to us to spiral these principles and ideals up to greater heights and bring Liberty, Justice and Abundance for all!

November 11, 1620 – The signing of The Mayflower Compact, an agreement, a covenant, that when combined with The Great Law of the Iroquois, became the foundation of the Constitution of the United States – a grand vision for humanity.

Click here to read The Mayflower Compact

Click here to read The Mayflower’s Civil Compact – An Inspiring Beginning

Click here to read What does the Pilgrim Stand for in our National Life and Character?

Click here to read The Great Law of the Iroquois

Click here to read an articulate interpretation of The Great Law of the Iroquois

 

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