Two-thousand years ago the Roman author Juvenal penned these lines:
I hear all the time the advice of my old friends – ‘Put on a lock and keep your wife indoors.’ Yes, but who will guard the guards? The wife arranges accordingly and begins with them. 
This phrase – but who will guard the guards – kept occuring to me while reading Gregg Jarrett’s best-selling new book, The Russia Hoax. The FBI guards us, but what happens when a “secret society” infiltrates and takes over the top levels of the FBI?
Text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page referenced a “secret society.” A 5-month gap had been discovered in FBI text messages. As of January 2018, the FBI was saying “roughly 50,000 texts between Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page were not preserved.” 
George Washington envisioned a wooded area alongside the Potomac River as the new federal city. The highest hill in the area, Jenkins Heights, was then owned by Daniel Carroll. In 1663, the owner of this land had been Francis Pope. Pope’s name for the high hill was “Rome”, and he called the nearby waterway “the Tiber.” 
Washington’s new Rome was surveyed, planned, designed and built largely by members of the secret society of Freemasons. On October 13, 1792 the cornerstone was laid for the President’s House (now known as the White House). This cornerstone ceremony was performed by “the Free Masons of George-town and its vicinity,” Georgetown Lodge No. 9 of Maryland. A year later, in September of 1793, freemason George Washington and Georgetown Lodge No. 9 performed another cornerstone ceremony, this time for the future Capitol Building. 
The name “Capitol” relates to the Latin Capitolium, a temple of Jupiter at Rome on the Capitoline hill. 
Both sides of the Great Seal of the United States appear on the back of the one-dollar Federal Reserve note. The front of the Seal has an eagle clutching arrows and an olive branch. The reverse side of the Seal, showing a truncated pyramid with all-seeing eye at the top, was originally not well known. The front of the Seal was cut in brass as a die in 1780 and was immediately used to authenticate official documents. But the reverse side, despite Congressional order to cut it as a die, was not implemented. Over 100 years after 1780, the reverse had still not been engraved. At the bottom of the pyramid, the Seal bears the motto “Novus Ordo Seclorum.” This motto is adapted from a line in the Roman poet Virgil’s “Bucolics”: “…magnus ab integro saeclorum nascitur ordo” (the great series of ages begins anew).  Virgil’s line, in turn, was inspired by the secret Sibyline books, said to contain details of the destiny of the Roman empire. 
“In new Rome there walked three men, a Judas, a Brutus and a spy,” wrote Union counter-intelligence chief Colonel Lafayette Baker in secret coded messages. 
The evidences of the ruins of a former world are there, for those who have eyes to see.
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 Juvenal’s original Latin reads, “sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes?”, which Loeb Library translates as “but who will ward the warders?” I translate it as “but who will guard the guards?”
 “FBI ‘secret society’? John Ratcliffe writes cryptic tweet about Peter Strzok, Lisa Page texts”, by Douglas Ernst. The Washington Times (online), January 23, 2018. https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/jan/23/fbi-secret-society-john-ratcliffe-writes-cryptic-t/
 Ovason, David. The Secret Architecture of our Nation’s Capital. ISBN: 0-06-019537-1.
 Howard, Michael. The Occult Conspiracy. ISBN: 1-56731-255-X.
 Deciphered by research chemist Ray Neff from a bound volume of “Colburn’s U.S. Magazine” formerly in the possession of Col. Lafayette Baker.