Saturday, September 02, 2006

Hidden Messages (7): Buildings and Architecture

Another way to display messages is through architecture, buildings, and monuments. A way of marking territory, or declaring presence and control. Most of these signature buildings and monuments exist in the west (especially in large strategic citiesLondon, New York, DC, Tokyo, Rome, etc.) although I have noticed that they are being imported here as a sign of early infiltration to our region.

Anybody familiar with the Da Vinci Code would sort of have an idea of what im referring to. Although I would like to bring attention to the fact that this book is a conspiracy to take this whole issue out of context, in addition to diverting the public away from the truth.

Most signs depict secret codes, derived from ancient symbolism (Egyptian, Sumerian, Babylonian, Greek, and Phoenician). Why? I will leave that answer for some other time.

A very strange building in Washington DC, its the headquarters of supreme 33 scottish lodge of freemasonry. the building looks like a temple...with lots of anancient Egyptianymbolism like the two sphinx on both side of the building...why the hell are there Egyptian sphinx in Washington DC??

Arche de Triumphn Paris..Notice the sun rays each pointing at a street

The all seeing Eye on a courthouse in Austria

A friend of mine took this picture in Newcastle, England. the Masonic compass and right angle forming the star of David in the middle a pepentagram a sign for the "North Star". Below we can see the masonic motto "Audi, Vide, Taci" which basically means..I hear, I see, I'm silent.

An Egyptian Obelisk brought all the way from Egypt I think a gift from the Egyptian Gov't... There are alot of these obelisks scattered around the major cities. London, Paris, DC, N.Y, Rome, Cairo, Beirut, Sao Paole, and recently Dubai. In Dubai there is a replica of Cliopatra's Needel in London next to the vermount hotel. (Notice the Arche de Triumph in the background..btw its not a coincidence that the monument is positioned there)


ScarlO said...

Keep the rest coming.
A lot of people might think that this is a bit far fetched, but not I.
I'm intrigued; keep posting :-)

Chica Bonita Q8 said...

when you carve something in stone it's generally permanent, only sacred thoughts, ideas and beliefs are carved .. I believe it's done to assure its stay in history to be sure no small wind can knock it down and to be sure certain things are never forgotten ..