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Jan 6, 2020

Thank you for listening to this completely re recorded and re mastered reading of George Washington’s Visions for America. Analysis of this document will be performed in an upcoming show. Source: Originally shared to me by Rik E Shay of the Xirtus Tartary and The Watchmen Discord Servers. Sharing now with my gratitude. I guess we can call it a Prophecy- attributed to none other than the Foundingest of Fathers, known by everyone starting just now as The Neverliar, The Spirit of Virginia, the Mahogany Masticator, and The Delaware River Decamper! Indeed, our subject today is none other than the heavyweight champion of US Presidents, Mister George-No-Middle-Name-Washington himself. The vision that I am speaking of is one that came to Washington during the historic winter of 1777 while in “Winter Quarters” at Valley Forge with his army of Revolutionary soldiers. This was the same winter in which thousands of American volunteers, underpaid and underfed even at that early stage of the conflict- perished of cold and disease while trying to endure one of the worst winters on record since the peak of the Little Ice Age of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Now, I must hasten to qualify the assertion that the visions were one hundred percent for sure that of the then General of the Continental Army.- this vision is attributed to George Washington, but was not heard of before the time of it’s disclosure in 1859 by a then 99 year old Random Old Soldier named Anthony Sherman. Sherman was supposedly there in ‘77 for that bitter winter, one in which it was recounted many times that Washington would “Go to the thicket to pray”. The Old Soldier would recount his story before he perished, that the listener may record Washington’s Vision, which included a sweeping picture of the young nation’s future, marked by three terrible perils. Let’s turn to the story, first widely published in 1880, 29 years after that fateful encounter with the Old Soldier by William Bradshaw, in The National Tribune.. Resources: Agnus Dei X - Bitter Suite by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist: ROYCE! Check out my new official Web Store today where your secure purchases directly support the show, while shopping through online retailers you already trust: DON’T CLICK THIS LINK: Our Glass Creations: My Website: Email me: Official Merch: My Peertube Channel: Twitter: Insta: Episode ambient Music generously provided by Antti Luode (, Additional Music Provided with permission by Northwest Grab aka Baked and Awake Discord: