America's Goddess: Who Is She?

Announcing the launch of Grace Powers' revolutionary new book about the unknown mystery woman enshrined in the Statue of Liberty. When Frederic Bartholdi unveiled her in 1886, New Yorkers wanted to know, Iis she his wife? His mistress, perhaps?" Some believed she was the Egyptian goddess Isis or Mary Magdalene while others argued that she wasn't a woman at all, but a man in drag.

Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Bartholdi was a member of a secretive brotherhood. Both men coded and hid secret knowledge in their masterpieces. Dan Brown's book, The Da Vinci Code, awakened readers to the coded letters in Da Vinci's painting of The Last Supper and to the message that Mary Magdalene gave birth to the holy bloodline.
Bartholdi, a 33rd degree Freemason, also coded forbidden knowledge into his Statue of Liberty. Although he took the secret of Lady Liberty's identity to his grave, he hid her identity in plain sight. Her name can be found in the folds of her robe, in the crown that she wears and in the tablet and torch that she bears.

America's Goddess tells the forbidden life story of the mystery woman enshrined in the Statue of Liberty and exposes one of history's biggest cover-ups.

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