The lol was not meant that I found it funny that there was a 3/5 man statement, it was more an embarrassment that I didn't even know it was not there. I find it ludicrous that something like that would be written with regards to a man, and yet it was. The founding fathers were all debating just like today, they had there own politics that they had to deal with.
I will say this though, I have also discovered the meaning of the American seal as well, though I will admit in this regard it is an "interpretation", where the nugget is most definitely not. That particular interpretation is one directly from the pens of some founding fathers, not my own.
With respect to the seal, I have looked at its "evolution" in its design and all of them fit with what I have found. Benjamin Franklin even says in a letter that he would have preferred the bird to have been a turkey vers an eagle and he explains why. He felt the eagle was too opportunist a bird, robbing from others and in fact taking their liberty. The turkey however was not such a creature, mind you , it certainly was not as exciting and inspiring as an eagle.
The eye of providence is located in the top of the pyramid, which is symbolic of the nation being built, but being built by men. God most certainly does not judge nations, that is only perhaps an arrogant view of nations, for god only judges men themselves at his gates. While the nation is constantly being built by those before, the newest part of its ever changing construction as in the pyramid, is always at the top, the disjointed peak. The eye is in it, because this is the dynamic part, that is always being built, by man himself, each individual, and it is the hope of the founders that in the building each man does this, with gods favour. It is a symbolism , a motivation, that god watches what you do, as you do it and you will ultimately be judged as a man. It is the wish of the founders that the USA is United but united in thinking of each others liberties , not just what the USA can do for the individual. There has been reference to the "great experiment" by George Washington. The great experiment is more about each man, if governed by themselves, can they trust themselves to do this, a trust that must exist in order for the government to even function. Can man recognize his own personal motives, and then place them in the context of society, for the benefit of society, for without society , no man could survive long, nor would they even have access to the very benefits that society can provide them.