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What Role Did Queen Elizabeth’s Spymaster John Dee Play in the Creation of America?

An excerpt from page 11 of Paul Johnson's A History of the American People reveals the hand of the mysterious Renaissance Hermeticist in the colonization of the New World.

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April 28, 2013 - 9:00 am


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The English attempted to colonize the New World three times during the reign of Elizabeth I between 1584 and 1587. The last of these attempts has since been known as "The Lost Colony." The mapping and knowledge acquired during these and other voyages sponsored by Elizabeth resulted in the successful settlement of the first English colony at Jamestown in 1607.
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Seeing how he died in 1608 and the Jamestown colony began in 1607, I'd say the answer is almost but not quite zero.
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She was that country's greatest ruler.
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England generally does better with a Queen than a king. Victoria was right up there with Elizabeth as a great monarch.
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