Newly Released Jacobite, American Flag Symbolism Origins on the famous Cowpen’s flag Design!

us-flag-bonnietarge <<<Click On Link to Open PDF Document on the Rewriting of the US Flag History Origins From the Cowpens Flag Star Symbolism Design. Unknown to American History Until Today.

Notes: The Sword Baskets 3-2-3-2-3 has the odd stars like a diamond, Diamonds are documented on this blog with the Stuart Heart Buttons with Arrows with mary Queen of Scot’s and Charles I on the scaffold “REMEBER ME” and the Royal Jewery Signets!

Notes:All of these families mentioned in the last two documents are all married with the Stuarts, Scot/Buccleuch, Sinclair and St. Clairs and many other important families. Clan Gordon comes into play with these families. Would be a blessing from my research side if the Gordon silversmith/engravers were associated in this art being made. Much to a few of the Jacobite engravers known, many medals and pieces are not known or documented to which did the work! Where these medals are as rare and even more rare than the George Washington Indian Peace medals I have studied and corrected the identification of authentic early US Mint Relics from 1791-4.



Pictured About is a Scottish Dress Shield called a Targe, Made for the exiled Scottish Prince and presented to him with his invasion of England during the Jacobite 1745 Up-Rising!


The Cowpens flag, or 3rd Maryland flag, is an early version of the United States flag that meets the congressional requirements of the Flag Resolution of 1777. Like the Betsy Ross flag, the white stars are arranged in a circle on a blue field; but the circle consists of just 12 stars, with the 13th star in the center and its design meaning has always been unknown to vexillologist.


How the full Circle of Jacobite Symbolism, Swings back to back United States Sovereign Symbolism of the United States Flag with Francis Hopkinson.

Flag controversy: US FLAG ORIGINS AND FRANCIS HOPKINSON….3-2-3-2-3


Above is a flag that I spent time handleing, one fo the earliest cotton flags that a textile historian said it was made after in the early 1800’s, do I agree? No! But the real Hopkinson mystery of the 3-2-3-2-3 star pattern US Stars & Stripes flags can be told because of Scottish guild sword smith artists. Who, I remove my hat to and take to one knee to the ground too for leaving us the evidence. The evidence you see on a Scottish Basket Hilt sword documented from the Scottish 1745 Uprising or even decades before to the earlier Uprising.


John Allan basket hilt-Symbolism

What does it mean and why would Hopkinson choose this symbol at the time of the American Revolution. Either way you turn this image, like the Hopkinson flag design. Your get the star pattern 3-2-3-2-3 design. This sword is documented and there are others documented to the original sword maker existing from Scotland.

the basic symbolism is identical to the origins of the Banabas Webb Horn document I wrote in the past that represents the Scottish Stuart Sovereigns and the past Sovereigns and their ORDER OF KNIGHTS! The English Order of the Garter, which is the King as the Sovereign knight and his 12 appointed Knights. Documented in the British government websotes this factual history that the number 13 with the Order of the Garter. Represented the King as Jesus and the 12 knights, representing the 12 apostles who followed the Savior Jesus Christ. So the English Sovereign history established the order of Garter and After that the Scottish Sovereigns also had the Order of the Thistle. The Scottish Version of the Order of the Garter. We are seeing the history of the Order of the Thistle symbolism, “13 stars” representing the same thing with the symbolism of the Garter.

So these two orders are created as far back to the 1348 fisrt with the garter and then folowed by the Thistles established by King James VII in 1687. Now we have Hopkinson design origins and what whas he trying to tell us about the design? The 3-2-3-2-3 design represents where the origins of the United States Sovereignty originates, WITH THE ORIGINAL SOVEREIGNS! EXCEPT, WE HAVE THE STUART KINGS DAUGHTER With the House of Hanover who exiles Her Father and the Hanoverians adopted or took over the oders of the Garter and Thistle. When the Exiled Schootish Prince, though exiled still carried on those order with his Sovereign rights, while exiled!

So the true Sovereign Kings are exiled, the Hanovarians take over and appoint their own orders of the Ruling Soveriengs with their Appointed King. Hopkinson was identifying where the US Soverign flag originates, among the exiled ruling class of the House of Stuart and the House of Hanover, the history of the Stuart Kings daughter exiling him and taking power of the thrown with her Dutch boy Prince from Holland!

No matter what, the same symbolism is to the Garter and their 8 pointed blazing star they wear on their jackets is the same symbolism to the Webb Horn 8 pointed star and stripes flag. The Order followed the belief of the symbolism to the Dog Star. This is were Freemasonry adopted this history symbolism because the Stuarts Kings Charted FREEMASONRY!

Recap on the origins: Hopkinson created the said first US flag design called the 3-2-3-2-3 star pattern and 13 red and whites stripes. The design is a basic origins of where US Sovereignty originates, to the order of the Garter. the King and his 12 knights for 13 stars and stripes! The Webb Horn is an 8 pointed star of the order of the Garter symbolism history with seven stripes to represent Jame VII who was exiled, who founded Thistle and was the Sovereign of the Garter too! The 8 pointed star symbolism of the Garter and Thistel s the same origins history with the belief that we humans originate from the star Sirius or the Dog Star that is ancient belief passed down from the ancient people before Christ from the ancient world. SO DO NOT BLAME MASONS FOR ALL THE BS CONSPIRACY THE ONLY ONE EXISTING WAS BETWEEN TWO RULING HOUSES OF SOVEREIGNS WHOS HISTORY ASSOCIATE THE FOUNDING OF THE UNITED STATES!

Jacobite ‘Glasgow’ basket-hilted sword designed by James Allen. Reporduced with the permission of the owner Todd Salazar. Sword known to be made for one fo the Scottish member of the Order of Thistle.