Thomas Jefferson
God Has Given America to be Free

As your nation celebrates an anniversary—your Independence Day, the Fourth of July—all of the framers of the Constitution of the United States of America have been drawn close to the Earth. Many are embodied upon the Earth and yet also are functioning with a duality that permits them to move about the universe in higher bodies. All are aware, my friends, of the state of affairs the people of America have allowed themselves to accept, and within this collective body of spirit there is considerable distress and consternation over that which is occurring to you as a people.

From my home in Monticello, I am seated in my spirit body behind my desk and broadcasting from that vortex of energy. Within my home I built a room in the lower level beneath the main floor that was used exclusively to communicate with spirit. There we gathered regularly to hold seances and bring forth those who could assist us in crafting the greatest document of our time for humankind and the Earth planet.

We worked diligently with those of spirit who were responsible for the bringing about of the United States of America. We called them and were called by them. If you will, for a moment, think about it. It is indeed a unique land set apart from all other types of countries known to humankind; nowhere upon your planet is there another land like the United States. Many of you have asked—just as we did in our time—why we humble servants were called forth to be the framers of a bill that would bring about the establishment of a nation known as the United States.

Many of us did not understand what our role was to be. We met in our homes, even in the final days of the drafting of the documents. In Philadelphia, we met in utmost secrecy. Our time to approach the spirit tribunal for counsel was 3:00 o’clock in the morning. There were twelve within the inner council who relayed the information to those in spirit who could be counted on to hold the information in confidence.

Upon one occasion in Philadelphia, the times were particularly difficult: energies that we knew very little about in those times were prevalent, and angers were all about us. We sought counsel with our leaders from spirit, and into the center of the room descended the Archangel Michael, telling us to have faith, to not fear, to maintain our prayers, to retain our faith, and most of all, to release our anxieties to God and to allow spirit to work through us. As we did this, out of the stillness of the moment, one who had been filled with anger and rage and had been particularly hostile to the progress rose and became filled with spirit and reversed his thinking.

It was an electrifying experience that enabled many others who had aligned themselves with him to convert and become part of the manifestation of the cooperation between spirit and human to bring about documents that would serve as the cornerstone of all humanity. If you will look about you, you will see that even today, as your land moves through its severest testing in over 200 years, that the United States does, indeed, stand as a cornerstone of strength for the entire planet. This is due, my friends, to energy that has been placed within the United States. Each of you is fortunate for having been drawn to this land, by birth or by choice, for a cause and a purpose.

In the future you will find cause to look back upon this message that I have brought you and realize that what was true in the days of my time will be true in yours as well, for soon there is to be an act against you as citizens that will cause you to rise up in arms just as we were forced to do against the monarchy. It will be your task to make your wishes known and to stand, each one, and be counted.

There are many who have designs upon your land that extend far beyond the land itself. They desire to use the strength and stability of the United States in bringing about a conquering of the Earth. It must be stopped, it will be stopped, and you, my friends, will do it.

Remember that you have chosen to be embodied on Earth at a time of great importance. There is not one among you that does not have an important mission to fulfill. Whatever your lot, whatever your choice, whatever task has been assigned to you, it is important, vitally important, within the scheme of the master plan that will be made known to you in the future.

As I prepare to return to my Source, I say this to you: Each of you has, within your inner beingness, a knowingness of truth: a knowledge of your purpose and your mission. Know also that you must stand together, work in harmony, in unison, in peace. Be willing to give credit to your brother and take none for yourself. Remain strong within your faith in God, for light and truth and honor will win out.

Channel: Wayne Guthrie, D.D.
Los Angeles, California

God Has Given America to be Free

The following is an excerpt from a speech given by Ronald Reagan in 1957 in the commencement address at Eureka College in Illinois. In it, he summarizes Thomas Jefferson’s recollection of how an unknown voice prompted the Founding Fathers to sign the Declaration of Independence. You can find the complete address of Ronald Reagan online by searching “Your America To Be Free”. The complete recollection written by Thomas Jefferson is in the Library of Congress.

“Almost two centuries ago, a group of disturbed men met in the small Pennsylvania State House as they gathered to decide on a course of action. Behind locked and guarded doors they debated for hours whether or not to sign the Declaration which had been presented for their consideration. For hours the talk was treason and its price the headman’s axe, the gallows, and noose. Then, Jefferson writes, a voice was heard coming from the balcony:

They may stretch our necks on all the gibbets in the land. They may turn every tree into a gallows, every home into a grave, and yet the words of that parchment can never die. They may pour our blood on a thousand scaffolds, and yet from every drop that dyes the axe a new champion of freedom will spring into birth. The words of this declaration will live long after our bones are dust.

To the mechanic in his workshop they will speak hope; to the slave in the mines, freedom; but to the coward rulers, these words will speak in tones of warning they cannot help but hear. Sign that parchment. Sign if the next moment the noose is around your neck. Sign if the next minute this hall rings with the clash of falling axes! Sign by all your hopes in life or death, not only for yourselves but for all ages, for that parchment will be the textbook of freedom, the bible of the rights of man forever.

Were my soul trembling on the verge of eternity, my hand freezing in death, I would still implore you to remember this truth God has given America to be free.

As he finished, the speaker sank back in his seat exhausted. Inspired by his eloquence the delegates rushed forward to sign the Declaration of Independence. When they turned to thank the speaker for his timely words he couldn’t be found and to this day no one knows who he was or how he entered or left the guarded room.

Here was the first challenge to the people of this new land, the charging of this nation with a responsibility to all mankind. And down through the years with but few lapses the people of America have fulfilled their destiny.”