Was the U.S. Constitution Written to Protect “We the People” or “We the Globalists”? Were the Founding Fathers Godly Men or Servants of Satan?

Studying history is an interesting endeavor, because the people who lived during the historical time period one studies are generally no longer alive to affirm or deny how historical events unfolded. We are generally left with the writings that were left behind, and the authors who interpret those writings, if written materials even still exist. It generally comes down to faith, and who you believe to be giving an accurate account of historical facts. When it comes to the history of the United States, and the activities of the "Founding Fathers" who drafted and wrote documents such as the Declaration of Independence in 1776, or The Constitution of the United States written more than a decade later in 1789, most public and private school educators in the United States are fairly unified in viewing this period of history very positively, as well as taking a positive view of the "Founding Fathers," and the U.S. Constitution. It makes perfect sense to have this kind of unified positive view so that the majority of the public in the U.S. will be agreeable to "patriotism" and the belief that the United States is the greatest nation in the world, which is then used to justify government actions such as funding the military to fight wars, and collecting taxes to fund the government. But there are other, lesser known views of American history. Recently I came across a book written by James A. Beard in 1914 titled: AN ECONOMIC INTERPRETATION OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. Beard was a professor of politics at Columbia University. Another book I recently came across and have been reading and have found to be well-documented and well-written is "Founding Fathers, Secret Societies: Freemasons, Illuminati, Rosicrucians, and the decoding of the Great Seal," written by Robert Hieronimus in 2006. If you want to truly understand the world today, and especially the role that the United States plays in world events, I strongly encourage you to start reading alternative, less popular works such as these two. I am going to provide a summary of the topics covered in these and some other works which presents evidence that what most of us have been taught about the founding of the United States and the original founders, is probably not true.