Sunday, November 20, 2011

The Phoenix

Egyptians believed that the Phoenix represented a god who "rose to heaven, in the form of a star, like Lucifer, after his fire- immolation of death and rebirth.

Where to even begin here? Let's take a close-up look at the Congressional Medal of Honor, then delve into some of it's background and history.

A star rotated to 33 degrees  is known as a satanic pentagram. The same goes for an upside down cross. Both are used heavily in the occult and satanism.

This was included in a previous post I had made, about the Medal of Honor being closely related to The Sigil of Baphomet:

To the naked eye, anyone would believe the bird at the top of the Valor sign to be a Bald Eagle. Many people wouldn't even consider it to be any other sort of 'Eagle', just the Bald Eagle. In fact this is not an eagle of any sort. What you are seeing is actually the bird, known none other than the Phoenix.

Here is a very common symbol of a Phoenix

Followed by a few depictions of the Phoenix

Followed by the Egyptians depiction and Heiroglyphic of the Phoenix

Finally, our "Eagle" on the 1 Dollar Bill

This was meant to be our original seal, with what is a phoenix:

So we have what is represented at the Sigil of the Baphomet, Baphomet representing Lucifer a.k.a "The Morning Star", a.k.a "The Light Bearer", and atop it we have a phoenix arising.

The group of stars, and the shimmering around them, above the birds head represents the SUN. The sun would be known as THE MORNING STAR, as the sun IS nothing but a star, and rises in the morning, BEARING LIGHT. The group of stars in the center of the sun make out 13, which is the Luciferian Revolt, then if you connect them properly, a pentagram is formed, with it being smack dab on the son, representing that the sun would truly be represented as "The Morning Star", or "The Light Bearer" a.k.a SATAN.

With the 'Eagle' seal, we have the same type of format. It is rising up into the sky, with a shimmering star placed just above it's head, in the same pose at the Egyptian Phoenix Hieroglyphic. In the Hieroglyphic, the phoenix is carrying an Ankh in either talon, which is known to represent "Life".In the same way, the "eagle" is holding an item in either talon as well, which include an Olive Branch (right talon) and a bundle of 13 arrows (left talon). The Olive branch and arrows denote the power of peace & war.

So from the top:

With 13 arrows, 13 leaves, and 13 stripes on the shield, the number 13 symbolizing the Luciferian revolt. And 33 feathers on each of the wings, symbolizing the 33 degrees of freemasonry. The flower of life type symbol on top contains a hexagram.

E. Pluribus Unum meaning "Out of many, one". We also have "In God We Trust" on our bills. The Baphomet is described by followers as "The God of all Gods", or "The Goat God". 

Here we have something as similar, with the shield, branch, and bundle of arrows, as well as the E. PLURIBUS UNUM signature on a banner at the bottom. This time we can clearly see that the bird is, indeed, a Phoenix.

E. Pluribus Unum meaning "Out of many, one". 

A discussion concerning the symbolism of pentagrams is contained in Eliphas Lévi’s (Whom drew the original and most famous illustation of the baphomet) Dogme et Rituel de la haute magie (1855-56 & 61, translated into English by A. E. Waite under the title Transcendental Magic). There are no accompanying illustrations. Here is the English translation of the quote:

Chapter 5—The Blazing Pentagram

The Pentagram, which in Gnostic schools is called the Blazing Star, is the sign of intellectual omnipotence and autocracy. It is the Star of the Magi; it is the sign of the Word made flesh; and, according to the direction of its points, this absolute magical symbol represents order or confusion, the Divine Lamb of Ormuz and St. John, or the accursed goat of Mendes (The Baphomet). It is initiation or profanation; it is Lucifer or Vesper, the star of morning or evening. It is Mary or Lilith, victory or death, day or night. The Pentagram with two points in the ascendant represents Satan as the goat of the Sabbath; when one point is in the ascendant, it is the sign of the Saviour. By placing it in such a manner that two of its points are in the ascendant and one is below, we may see the horns, ears and beard of the hierarchic Goat of Mendes, when it becomes the sign of infernal evocations.

Okay, so with the back of the One Dollar Bill, we have a bucket full of satanic symbolism, but I'm going to show a few and their connections with each other on the bill.

Taking a look at the rightside red box around the stars. We have the Sun (Morningstar/Lucifer) with the 13 stars in the center forming a pentagon around the outer portion, then a pentagram in the center. The number 13 indicating the Luciferian Revolt, and the pentagram representing satanism. F

2. Following along the red line, it crosses between IN GOD WE TRUST and ONE. In God We Trust identifying The Baphomet as being God of all Gods, and One, identifying just that - one God.

3. Follow the line further to see the All Seeing Eye - the Eye of Horus, directly in line and across from the morningstar. You can notice shimmering around the all seeing eye, just like the sun above the phoenix. This, being the Eye of Horus- Horus was a Sun God, and is represented as a Falcon, or a phoenix. In Egyptian Mythology, Horus IS Lucifer. This can also be identified as the pyramid at the top of the Washington Monument, the obelisk structure setting close to the White House, what most would say is the "Control Tower".

4. Just below, forms a hexagram, another satanic symbol. It forms perfectly around the pyramid and the All Seeing Eye. It's tips point to specific words, identifying: MASON - The Freemasons.
We can also see that the Illuminati Compass matches perfectly as well:

5. Fold the dollar bill INTO A PENTAGON shape a certain way, and it forms the Great Seal, and the Eagle Seal perfectly aligned together to form an all new seal, showing the Baphomet, their "God". 

Seeing some fucking connection now? Holy fuck.



You may be thinking this is merely a spatial of coincidences, and are just pictures. This is where we get to the background and history of it all.

History of the myth

The ancient Greek historian Herodotus gave the following account of the phoenix in the fifth century BC while describing the animals of Egypt:

Another sacred bird is the one called the phoenix. Now, I have not actually seen a phoenix, except in a painting, because they are quite infrequent visitors to the country; in fact, I was told in Heliopolis that they appear only at 500-year intervals. They say that it is the death of a phoenix's father which prompts its visit to Egypt. Anyway, if the painting was reliable, I can tell you something about the phoenix's size and qualities, namely that its feathers are partly gold but mostly red, and that in appearance and size it is most like an eagle. There is a particular feat they say the phoenix performs; I do not believe it myself, but they say that the bird sets out from its homeland in Arabia on a journey to the sanctuary of the sun, bringing its father sealed in myrrh, and buries its father there.[1]

The Roman poet Ovid wrote the following about the phoenix:

Most beings spring from other individuals; but there is a certain kind which reproduces itself. The Assyrians call it the Phoenix. It does not live on fruit or flowers, but on frankincense and odoriferous gums. When it has lived five hundred years, it builds itself a nest in the branches of an oak, or on the top of a palm tree. In this it collects cinnamon, and spikenard, and myrrh, and of these materials builds a pile on which it deposits itself, and dying, breathes out its last breath amidst odors. From the body of the parent bird, a young Phoenix issues forth, destined to live as long a life as its predecessor. When this has grown up and gained sufficient strength, it lifts its nest from the tree (its own cradle and its parent's sepulchre), and carries it to the city of Heliopolis in Egypt, and deposits it in the temple of the Sun.

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