Monday, October 31, 2011

The Obelisks

"The great masses of people will more easily fall victims to a big lie than to a small one. Especially if it is repeated again and again."
--Adolf Hitler
Take the Bohemian Grove for example, where estalishment cream from all over the world engage in ritualistic behavior in the forests of Northern California each summer. The very word "grove" goes back to Biblical times. In the book of Genesis, it talks about those who would meet in secret and worship in the grove. In the ancient Phonecian language, it stood for the male phallus. That is why the tree is so important. It's a representation of the phallus, the very reason you have a "family tree".


Washington DC

The 4 sides of the Washington Monument are aligned with the cardinal directions (i.e., east, west, north, and south).  To the east is the Capitol, to the west is the Lincoln Memorial, to the south is the Jefferson Memorial and to the north is the White House.
At the ground level each side of the monument measures 55.5 feet long, which is equal to 666 inches. The height of the obelisk is 555.5 feet, which is equal to 6,666 inches.


The obelisks in ancient Egypt were a representation of the male phallus, the Penis of the God Osiris. Why do you think we have an obelisk in Washington DC, the Washington monument? It has occultic significance.

The obelisk in Washington DC (District of Columbia), the male phallus, connects with the female ovum in the White House's "oval office".

So all of this comes out of a Pagan belief system. Notice I said Pagan, not Satanic. If Washington DC's Masonic architecture and the very symbolism of freemasonry is representative of the male/female relationship, could not the horned-hand symbol have it's origins in that ideology as well?

In Wikipedia..

In Italy and spanish-speaking countries, "horns" are a metaphor for suffering the infidelity of a partner, not limited to husbands in modern usage. However, the use of the term dates from the Roman empire, since legionaries returning from the war were given horns as a triumph or prize. So, the use of the term is a mockery of the husband, victorious in the battlefield, but defeated in his own bed. The gesture of the horned hand can be used to insult the cuckold; the Italian translation, cornuto literally means horned (This sometimes causes confusion in Italians who are learning English and encounter the word horny). The Spanish word for a consenting cuckold, cabrn, has such an offensive nuance that it is a taboo word rarely used with its original meaning, "he-goat". However, according to the tone and the relation to the addressed, it can be even laudatory.

The horned-hand symbol is a symbol of virility. It's interpreted by some to mean that you are healthy. So it would seem to me that the horned-hand symbol is not an outward symbol meaning "I love you" but more an inward symbol meaning "I'm healthy", "I'm virile" or "I'm victorius".

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

The Baphomet: Part III

To understand the association of this goat-headed devil figure with Freemasonry as claimed by anti-Masons, one must follow a long and tortured path which begins in the 12th Century.  
In the year 1119, a small military band in Jerusalem formed a medieval religious and military order to protect pilgrims visiting Palestine after the First Crusade. They were known as the Knights Templar. Headed by a grand master, they lived austere lives patterned on the Cistercian monks and fought bravely to defend the Church. As the several Crusades progressed, however, they began to amass both wealth and stature.

Levi's Baphomet - Note signature at bottom!Because the Knights Templars regularly transmitted money and supplies from Europe to Palestine, they gradually developed an efficient banking system unlike any the world had seen before. Their military might and financial acumen caused them to become both trusted and feared. Their defense of the Holy Lands and their monastic vows gave them a presumed respectability and those who wished to remain in Europe were happy to support their endeavors. The Knights amassed great wealth through gifts from their grateful benefactors.
By the late 1200s however, the Knights Templars had suffered several military defeats which left them in a vulnerable position while their wealth became the object of jealousy for many including the Papacy. World events were also taking place which caused this situation to become more complicated. 
The French King, Philip IV, was engaged in a tumultuous struggle with Pope Boniface VIII which grew out of the King's attempt to levy taxes against the clergy. Boniface forbade the clergy to pay taxes to a secular power and in 1302 issued the bull Unam Sanctam, a declaration of papal supremacy. Philip's partisans imprisoned Boniface who later escaped but died soon afterwards. In 1305, Philip obtained the election of one of his own adherents as pope, Clement V and compelled him to reside in France where he would be in control of his every move. (This was the beginning of the so-called 'Babylonian Captivity of the papacy - 1309-1377 - during which the popes lived at Avignon and were subjected to French rule.)
With the papacy now firmly in his control, Philip turned his sight to the somewhat discredited (due to their military losses) Knights Templars and their treasure. In 1307, Philip ordered a sweeping raid during which all known Knights were rounded up and thrown into dungeons, including their Grand Master Jacques de Molay, charging them with sacrilege and Satanism. In 1312, the Pope, now a puppet of the King, issued the order suppressing the military and religious order and their wealth was confiscated by Philip. (The English assets of the Templars was similarly confiscated by King Edward II of England.). 
Baphomet - Tarot CardThe Templars ceased to exist from that time forward. Many of their members, including Jacques deMolay, were tortured mercilessly during their internment and caused to 'confess' to a myriad of crimes, including a list of some 127 charges in nine sub categories. These included such things as the holding their meetings in secret and at night. 
At the time, it was a crime punishable by death to recant a 'confession' - even if such 'confession' was extracted through heinous torture. Consider what you'd admit to if someone was pulling out your toenails with pliers or dropping hot coals on your body while chuckling.... Those who've experienced severe pain can barely appreciate the conditions under which the Templars met their fate.Among the charges against the Templars were that they worshiped some sort of 'bearded head'. What was it? There are various theories including the religious relic head of John the Baptist, the Shroud of Turin, an image of Mohammed (the father of the Islamic religion) and other even more bizarre things. But how would such a respected religious order come to worship a head idol or engage in such evil? Likely, they didn't! King Philip lusted after the Templar wealth and could only take it from them if they were judged heretics. The charges against the Templars were nothing new. In fact, such charges were common when 'proving' heresy. Similar charges continued even through the 1600s and were seen even in the United States during the Salem Witchcraft Trials.
Author Stephen Dafoe in his excellent and detailed work on this subject titled "Unholy Worship" says, "Regardless of its lack of historical appearances, so central to the Templar legend has the Baphomet become, it has grown a Mythos of its own. The Baphomet has been utilized on everything from Tarot cards to video games. It has been accepted as synonymous with the Devil and has become, as we will see in a later chapter, the key iconography of Satanism as well as a rallying cry of Fundamentalist, Anti-Masonic Christians to defame Freemasonry." 
Over 500 years later, Alphonse Louis Constant was studying to be a Roman Catholic Priest. He decided, however, to give up Catholicism and become an occultist and adopted the Jewish pseudonym of Eliphas Lévi. His life work involved writing huge volumes about Magick including extensive commentaries on the alleged deity of the Knights Templar, the Baphomet. Of all his works, the best known is his illustration which appears at the top of this page and was used as a frontispiece to "The Doctrine of High Magic" published in 1855. Levi also believed that if one rearranged the letters in Baphomet by reversing them, one would get an abbreviated Latin phrase "Tem Oph Ab" which he thought to be some type of reference to King Solomon's Temple. You can also see, parenthetically, that the "pentagram" is NOT the symbol Lévi used in his drawing shown above on the left: rather, it is a quite common star!
Jack Chick "The Curse of The Baphomet" (From an anti-Masonic publication titled "Curse of The Baphomet" © Jack Chick publications whose little comic books rail against Freemasonry, Catholicism, and all sorts of other "evils". )
So how did this supposed idol of the ancient Templars become associated with Freemasonry? Through a hoax perpetrated by Leo Taxil on Albert Pike in the late 1800's. Taxil's hoax (which we describe in detail here on our site) was to reveal a highly secret Masonic order called the Palladium (which existed only in Taxil's highly fertile imagination). The cover of Taxil's book depicts a group of Masons dancing around the demonic Baphomet as drawn by none other than the ex-priest, Eliphas Lévi.
And from there, the rest is history. The hoax, despite the recanting by its creator, continues and is accepted as 'gospel' by new generations of religious intolerants. Freemasonry is defamed by a ludicrous charge and those thinking they're religious and right, perpetuate a lie. And the drawing of a goat's head now grotesquely changed becomes the rallying point of those who, in ignorance and/or hatred, defame Freemasonry.

Credit to: Edward L. King (Ed King)

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Baphomet: Part II

Baphomet is a name of a deity of unknown origin. The name Baphomet traces back to the end of the Crusades, when the medieval order of the Knights Templar was suppressed by King Philip IV of France. On Friday, October 13, 1307, King Philip had many French Templars simultaneously arrested, and then tortured into confessions. The name Baphomet comes up in several of these confessions, in reference to an idol of some type that the Templars were said to have been worshipping. The description of the object changed from confession to confession. Some Templars denied any knowledge of it. Others, under torture, described it as being either a severed head, a cat, or a head with three faces. 'Gargoyles' from Templar churches are shown below (the first from Lanleff, the second and third from St Merri). Did these 'gargoyles inspire Eliphas Levi? Or were these gargoyles actually depictions of Baphomet? Was Levi merely depicting Baphomet as he had been traditionally known? Or is it a 'coincidence'?

History of the Baphomet

Baphomet, the symbol of the satanic goat, usually portrayed as a half human, half goat figure, or a goat head. It is often misinterpreted as a symbol of witch-craft in general. It is used by Satanists, but is not used by neo-pagan witches who do not worship the devil.
The origin of the Baphomet is unclear. It may be a corruption of Muhomet (Mohammed). The english witchcraft historian Montague Summers suggested that it was a combination of two greek words, baphe and metis, meaning "absorption of knowledge." Baphomet has also been called the Goat of Mendes, The Black Goat and the Judas Goat.
In the middle ages the Baphomet was believed to be an idol, represented by a human skull, a stuffed humans head or a metal or wooden human head with curly black hair. The idol was said to be worshipped by the Order of Knights Templar as the source of fertility and wealth. In 1307 King Phillip IV of France accused the Order of the Knights Templar of heresy, homosexuality and among other things, worshipping this idol and anointing it with the fat of murdered children. However, only 12 of the 231 knights interrogated by the church admitted worshipping or having knowledge of the Baphomet. Novices said they had been instructed to worship the idol as their god and savior, and their descriptions of it varied: it had up to three heards and up to four feet; it was made of either wood or metal, or was a painting, sometimes it was a gift.
In 1818 a number of idols called heads of Baphomet were discovered among forgotten antiquities of the imperial museum of Vienna. They were said to be replicas of the Gnostic divinity, Mete, or "Wisdom."
Perhaps the best-known representation of Baphomet is the drawing by the 19th century French magician, Eliphas Levi, called "The Baphomet of Mendes." Levi combined elements of the tarot devil card and the he-goat worshipped in antiquity in Mendes, Egypt, which was said to fornicate with its women followers ( as the church claimed the devil did with witches). Levi's Baphomet has a human trunk with rounded, female breasts, a caduceus in the midriff, human arms and hands, cloven feet, wings and a goat's head with a pentagram in the forehead and a torch on top of the skull between the horns. The attributes, Levi said, represented the sum total of the universe - intelligence, the four elements, divine revelation, sex and motherhood and sin and redemption. Hite and black crescent moons at the figure's side represent good and evil.
Aleister Crowley named himself Baphomet when he joined the Ordo Templis Orientalis, a secret sexual magic order formed around 1896 in Germany
The Church of Satan, founded in 1966 in San Francisco, adopted another rendition of baphomet to symbolize Satanism. The symbol is a goats head drawn within an inverted pentacle, enclosed in a outer circle, hebraic figures at each point in the pentagram spell ot leviathan, a huge water serpent associated with the devil. In Church of Satan rituals, the sigil of Baphomet is hung on the wall behind the alter. The Baphomet may also be worn as a medallion.

Let's take a look at some of our American connections, formed by our government:

Take a look at the chest of Baphomet and the twirling threading. The Snakes on the medical symbol would be a perfect representation of satan, the wings match just above on Baphomet.

With this, we have an image of Uncle Same and Baphomet.

The American Red Cross, formed in 1886 in Washington D.C, we also see Templars and the red cross of the baphomet.

The infamous Sigil of Baphomet

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Romanian Architechture

It is often asked... Is America the New Rome?

We know a lot about the illuminati having much to do with Rome. We know that many of our Governments actualities deal with Rome, and we even know that the Statue of Liberty represents a Roman god. We also can see these connections:

Below: The Roman Colosseum

Below: The Capital

Okay, seems a little coincidental. You are probably laughing...

Below we have the Oval center of the Roman Colosseum:

Below we have "The Oval Office" of the White House:

But what are major contributing facts, about any connection between America and Rome? Why is the question "Is America the New Rome?" asked?

Let's watch a video:

Statue of Liberty Part 2 + Sol Invictus


Was doing a little thinking today, and after my last post on the Statue of Liberty, I stumbled upon something...

Let's take the Mayan Calendar...

Study the Mayan Calendar above, and take it in.

The Face in the center represents the Sun god known as "Sol Invictus". The Statue of Liberty is represented from the image of Sol Invictus, as seen below:

Dedication slab representing Sun, Moon and Jupiter Dolichenus, dedicated to Sol Invictus and to the Genius of the Imperial Batavian horseguards (equites singulares) for the emperors' health, by the priest of Jupiter Dolichenus M. Ulpius Chresimus Latin inscription: “Soli Invicto pro salute Imp(eratorum) et Genio n(umeri) eq(uitum) sing(ularium) eorum M. Ulp(ius) Chresimus sace[rd(os)] Iovis Dolich[eni] [dedicavit].” Marble, second half of the 2nd century CE. From the area of the barracks of the Equites Singulares, via Tasso, Rome.

Below we see a coin representing Sol Invictus: 

Aurelian in his radiate crown, on a silvered bronze coin struck at Rome, 274-275

Let us take another glimpse at the Statue of Liberty:

Let's take another look at that Mayan Calendar:

Here we see the points representing "Sol's Crown", or the base of The Statue of Liberty (or crown), and represented in the center of the tablet, is sun god, "Sol".

Let's take a look at the base of the Statue of Liberty:

We see 11 points (or triangles/pyramids) to the Liberty base.

If we take a look at the Mayan Calendar once more:

We notice a whole total of 11 points.

Now I doubt this has any meaningful representation towards anything, but like I stated, this was just something that popped into my head. We do however know, that Lady Liberty takes on the image and representation of sun god Sol, and even wears a Romanian Toga, carrying the torch representing "Light" or "The Sun".

Another Baphomet Symbol

While the "Illuminati" symbolism (the Light Above) is perhaps even more obvious than all those aspects concealed in the Illuminati pyramid, the Masonic symbolism of the Statue of Liberty is somewhat more obtuse. Following is a depiction of the Statue as seen from almost directly above, with a red outline around the stellated base or foundation upon which the statue stands:

This symbol may not be immediately familiar to the average Freemason, and that is for a very good reason: it is not commonly known to most Masons, and is a symbol specifically reserved to only a handful of the highest initiates of the Scottish Rite. The symbol of the triple-triangle might still seem unfamiliar even to them, should they miss the subtraction of the basic square shape of the foundation from the middle. Here is the outline of the Masonic basis of the Statue of Liberty, clearly seen as an 11 pointed shape:

This shape may take a little bit of deciphering to unravel, however it is derived from attaching a regular square over top of the 3-triangle motif of the 33rd°. Here is the same outline, overlapped with this symbol:

The 4 points of the square addition remains indicated, somewhat, by the alignments of the handles and tips of the crossed sword and benediction-wand, however the other 6 points of the triple triangle design are more obvious, and inherent within the design of this symbol. The triple triangle motif, it should also be noted, should not be confused with the "heptagram" or 7 pointed star, which is also a symbol of the Illuminati that has slightly infiltrated the Masonic rites proper. It was adopted, however, directly by the OTO as the star of "BABALON," and this adoption threatens to reduce its original Illuminati meaning to Masonic geometry until it is merely accepted as an ineffable symbol, alike the Catholic Trinity itself.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Statue of Liberty... What You Do Not Know

The Statue of Liberty in New York harbor was presented in 1884 as a gift from the French Grand Orient Temple Masons to the Masons of America in celebration of the centenary of the first Masonic Republic.
She is holding the Masonic "Torch of Enlightenment". Also referred to back in the 1700's by the Illuminati Masons as the "Flaming Torch of Reason". The Torch represents the "Sun" in the sky.
The Statue of Liberty's official title is, "Liberty Enlightening the World".
The cornerstone of the statue records how it was laid in a Masonic ceremony.

Illuminati means to "bare light" one way to symbolize this is by carrying a torch. A torch sits on top of the Statue of Liberty, on top of JFK's grave, and on top of the tunnel where Princess Diana was killed.
Best selling author, Robert Bauval:
"The cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty was placed in a solemn ceremony in 1884 organised by the Masonic lodges of New York.
The Statue of Liberty, which was designed by the French sculptor Bartholdi and actually built by the French Engineer, Gustave Eiffel (both well-known Freemasons), was not originally a ‘Statue of Liberty’ at all, but first planned by Bartholdi for the opening of the Suez Canal in Egypt in 1867.
Bartholdi, like many French Freemasons of his time, was deeply steeped in ‘Egyptian’ rituals, and it has often been said that he conceived the original statue as an effigy of the goddess Isis, and only later converted it to a ‘Statue of Liberty’ for New York harbour when it was rejected for the Suez Canal." 

The goddess Isis is known by many names, including Juno. 

Below: Interestingly, the goddess Juno made an appearance on a Vatican coin in 1963 (notice her torch) during the period of the alleged Freemason Roncalli's Pontificate, the curiously named John XXIII, architect of the disasterous Vatican II.


Below: "The Illuminati" Enlightening the World (and keeping the rest of us in the dark) - Pre 9-11 picture, showing WTC towers & Statue of Liberty's Torch.

The Statue of Liberty, as a symbolic representation of the United States, is the image of the great harlot.
In fact, Scripture foretold that a woman representing wickedness would be erected and stand upon her own pedestal in "the land of Shinar" (Zechariah 5: 7-8, 11), a synonym for Babylon and thus the United States as the hub of the occult New World Order.
The Statue of Liberty- the Greek and Roman goddess Libertas - is a false light and a false deity.
The formal title of the statue is "Liberty [Libertas] Enlightening the World."
This is an anti-Christian declaration; Yesu Christ is the true light of the world (John 8: 12: 9: 5; 12: 46; cf., 3: 18-21).

The "New Colossus" is the name of a poem inscribed at the base of the statue.
The Colossus was Helios (Apollo), also known as Mithra the sun-god and Baal or Bel of the Babylonians.
He originated in ancient Babylon as Dagon (Dag: fish, and aun: sun).
Is the Statue of Liberty truly Libertas, or is it in fact a representation of Sol Invictus, the sun god?
The statue wears a crown of 6 sun rays like the ones pictured on images of Mithra and Helios.

As torch bearer, the Statue of Liberty is Lucifer, "the bearer of the light."
This is representative of Babylon.
The inhabitants of earth are "drunk with the wine of her harlotry" (Rev 17: 2).
Through her sorceries (Greek pharmakeia, the "use of, and administering of drugs") all nations are "deceived (Revelation 18: 23) and driven "mad" (Jeremiah 51: 7).
"Mad" is from the Hebrew word halal*, which is the root of heylel, which is translated "Lucifer" in Isaiah 14: 12.
Thus, it may be ascertained that by drinking the harlot's false teachings, the people become false lights, like Lucifer.

*[2. See entry 1984 in the Hebrew and Chaldee Dictionary in James Strong, The Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, Vol. II. Appendix (New York: Hunt and Eaton; Cincinnati: Cranston and Curts, 1894), 33.]

Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi


The sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty, Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi, was born into a well-to-do family in Colmar, France on August 2, 1834.
Bartholdi's father, a civil servant and prosperous landowner, died when the child was only two years old, so he was raised by his stern, possessive mother, Charlotte.

Bartholdi began his career as a painter, but it was as a sculptor that he was to express his true spirit and gain his greatest fame. His first commission for a public monument came to him at the young age of 18. It was for a statue of one of Colmar's native sons, General Jean Rapp, a leader of Napoléon Bonaparte's army. Even at 18, Bartholdi loved bigness. The statue of the general was 12 feet tall and was created in Bartholdi's studio, where the ceiling was only one inch higher. The statue established his reputation as a sculptor of note and led to many commissions for similar, oversized, patriotic works.

A man of his time, Bartholdi wasn't alone in his passion for art on a grand scale. During the 19th century, large-scale public monuments were an especially popular art form. It was an age of ostentation, largely inspired by classical Greek and Roman civilizations. Most monuments reflected either the dress or architecture of these ancient times, so the artistic style of the 19th century came to be known as "neoclassical." The Statue of Liberty would be patterned after the goddess, Libertas, the Roman personification of freedom.

But it was a trip to Egypt that shifted Bartholdi's artistic perspective from simply grand to colossal. The overwhelming size and mysterious majesty of the Pyramids and the Sphinx were awesome to the enthusiastic young Bartholdi. He wrote, "Their kindly and impassive glance seems to ignore the present and to be fixed upon an unlimited future."

In 1870, with the beginning of the Franco-Prussian War, Bartholdi served as a major in the French army in his hometown of Colmar. When the Germans annexed the entire Alsace region, making its residents German citizens, the reality of the word "liberty" took on a new, personal meaning for Bartholdi.
In time, France's Third Republic, would emerge out of the ruins of the Franco-Prussian War. Meanwhile, partially as propaganda to advance the cause of those who were seeking the creation of a French Republic, Laboulaye suggested that Bartholdi should travel to America.
In recalling his conversation with Laboulaye several years later, Bartholdi wrote: "'Go to see that country,' said he [Laboulaye] to me. 'Propose to our friends over there to make with us a monument, a common work, in remembrance of the ancient friendship of France and the United States. If ... you find a plan that will excite public enthusiasm, we are convinced that it will be successful on both continents, and we will do a work that will have far-reaching moral effect.'"
Bartholdi responded, "I will try to glorify the Republic and Liberty over there, in the hope that someday I will find it again here."
So Bartholdi was now to become a salesman. Armed with letters of introduction from Laboulaye to some of America's most influential men, Bartholdi sailed to New York in 1871.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Twin Tower Bills.... What You Do Not Know

The Pentagrams Part 2

When we have things that individuals have done to hide things from the people of our country
why do so many people doubt the same individuals would hide the events of 9-11-2001?