Review: The Hidden Message of the Great Seal

Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.

I love a good mystery.  Books that involve secrets about our nations history are some of my favorites.  I love watching detective shows and can usually figure out the culprit way before the detectives do, much to my husbands’ chagrin. This need for mystery had me on the edge of my seat as I read The Hidden Message of the Great Seal
How Foundational Truth From The Dawn Of Liberty May Rescue A Republic In Peril from The Hidden Message, LLC.


Michael Kanis has had great success in the business world.  He worked in technology and innovation for a Fortune 500 firm, and then with his own business — a small wholesale distributor business.  His qualifications for business include a B.A. in Business and an M.B.A in Finance and Operations. 


The creation of our national seal was the first act of the United States government on July 4, 1776.  Something of this important required people who could be trusted, and respected.  Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and John Adams had just completed Declaration of Independence.  These three men would join forces once again to create the seal that is widely recognized today.

At first glance, the seal looks like an ordinary image.  However, the seal itself contains a hidden message and takes us on a journey that can only be described as remarkable.  From the Sinai, 1500 years before Christ, to Jerusalem, to Rome.

This 260 page, self-published book is $29.95. However, if you use the code below you can save 50% through May 30, 2020.


What are the secrets that are hidden within the seal?  I can’t tell you that.  However, I can tell you that if you love a good mystery, then this book is right up your alley.    

It is extremely well written, and the images/illustrations add to the message being presented.   

We loved the way the book is tied in with our own Christian beliefs and especially loved learning about Franklin’s 13 Virtues. 

The information presented helped us research so many topics based on this book, and it has presented us with a very enhanced education on the National Seal. 

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