The Third Eye

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In Eastern religions, such as Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism, the third eye is known as the ‘urna’ or ‘trinetra’ or ‘bindi’, and is often marked by a dot in the middle of the forehead, above and between the eyes. The bindi is a popular symbol all across India. It is the red dot or drop appearing between a Hindu woman’s eyes.

Bindi

Bindi

“‘Bindi’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘bindu’ or a drop, and suggests the mystic third eye of a person… The vermilion, traditionally used exclusively for bindis, is called ‘sindura’ or ‘sindoor’. It means ‘red’…” — Bindi: The Great Indian Forehead Art

Uraeus Cobra Serpent emerging from the brow (third eye) of the Pharaoh

Uraeus cobra emerging from the brow (third eye) of the pharaoh. The cobra was worn on the brow of the pharaoh’s crown or headdress to signify the opened third eye

Queen Nefertiti 1353-1336 BCE, in Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Agyptisches Museum

Painted stucco-coated limestone bust of Egyptian Queen Nefertiti (1353-1336 BCE), in Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Agyptisches Museum. it was sculpted by Thutmose, the official court sculptor of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten in the latter part of his reign. Nefertiti is symbolising the ‘Eye of Ra’

“The spinal cord was symbolized by a snake, and the serpent coiled upon the foreheads of the Egyptian initiates represented the Divine Fire which had crawled serpent-like up the Tree of Life.” — The Secret Teachings of All Ages, Manly P. Hall, p. 89.

“…the Kundalini of Hindu mysticism… is the Lost Key of Masonry…the Spirit Fire is lifted up through the thirty-three degrees, or segments of the spinal column, and enters into the domed chamber of the human skull…where it invokes Ra (the pineal gland)… As its name signifies, the pineal gland is the sacred pine cone in man — the eye single…” — Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages

The kundalini gland located at the base of the spine is stimulated during the ritual act of sodomy, and the kundalini serpent energy travels up the spine to cause a pineal activation, which is the light of Lucifer/Satan in illumination. The Egyptian god Ra is Satan, the Serpent.

Like the gods, the pharaoh was seen to embody the power that comes with the arousal of kundalini and was therefore seen fit to rule.

Ritual sodomy in connection with trauma is the age old biological and spiritual mechanism by which the illumined turn individuals into demonically possessed Monarch slaves.

In occult symbolism, a pine cone or pineapple represents the pineal gland/third eye:

The Wimbledon Cup

The Wimbledon Cup; note the pine cone on top of the cup

Pineapple fountain at the Waterfront Park, Charleston, South Carolina

Pineapple fountain at the Waterfront Park, Charleston, South Carolina

Pineapple on top of South Tower of St Paul's Cathedral, London, England

Pineapple on top of South Tower of St Paul’s Cathedral, London, England

Pine Cone Vatican

Bronze pine sculpture at the Vatican Courtyard, Rome, Italy

Pineapple oustide Buddhist Temple in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Pineapple lanterns outside Buddhist Temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Pineapple sculptures inside Chinese temple

Pineapple sculptures inside Chinese temple

Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya

Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya, is a pine cone

Pineapple-shaped cupola, Dunmore Park, Stirlingshire, Scotland

Pineapple-shaped cupola at Dunmore Park pavilion, Stirlingshire, Scotland

The White Tree Tower, Montpellier, France

The White Tree Tower, Montpellier, France, is a pine cone

Pineapple fountain at old Ford headquarters in Basildon, Essex, England (1977)

Pineapple fountain at old Ford headquarters in Basildon, Essex, England (1977)

Pineapple atop perron in the coat of arms of Liège, Belgium

Pineapple atop perron in the coat of arms of Liège, Belgium

Coat of arms of Antigua and Barbuda

Pineapple in the coat of arms of Antigua and Barbuda

Coat of arms of Cayman Islands

Pineapple in the coat of arms of Cayman Islands

Swaziland 1 cent coin 1974

Pineapple on Swaziland lilangeni 1 cent coin (1974)

Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II with papal staff featuring pine cone detail

Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II with papal staff featuring pine cone detail

The palm tree is also used to represent the pineal gland. Female plants of Pandanus utilis, the common screwpine, produce fruits resembling pineapples or oversized pine cones changing from green to yellow/orange when ripe:

Hand mirror with palm tree handle

Hand mirror with palm tree handle, which belonged to Queen Athaliah (744-705 BCE). Athaliah was the queen consort of Judah as the wife of King Jehoram, a descendant of Israel’s King David

The Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE

The Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Saudi Arabia coat of arms

Palm tree in Saudi Arabia coat of arms

Sierra Leone coat of arms

Palm trees in Sierra Leone coat of arms

Coat of arms Samoa

Palm tree in the coat of arms of Samoa

Coat of arms Liberia

Palm tree in the coat of arms of Liberia

Coat of arms Italian Tripolitana

Palm tree in the coat of arms of the Italian Tripolitana

Colonial arms of Togo 1914

Palm tree in the colonial arms of Togo (1914)

Palm tree column, ancient Egyptian architecture. The palm capital is carved to look like the top of the palm tree.

Palm tree column, ancient Egyptian architecture. The palm capital is carved to look like the top of the palm tree

Winter Garden Atrium, World Financial Center, NY

Winter Garden Atrium, World Financial Center, New York, U.S. The area is lined with palm trees, leading to an elaborate sunset design in the arched roof. It is not oriented to the real sunset, but is set slightly to the north

 Palm tree capital in the eastern room of the mortuary temple, El Kurru, Sudan

Palm tree capital in the eastern room of the mortuary temple, El Kurru, Sudan

Saint-Séverin, a Roman Catholic church in the Latin Quarter of Paris, France

Palm tree pillars inside Saint-Séverin, a Roman Catholic church in the Latin Quarter of Paris, France

Abbey Church of Bath

Palm tree ribs in the ceiling vault of the Abbey Church of Bath, England

Cathedral of Santa Ana, in Las Palmas, Canary Islands

Palm tree piers inside the Cathedral of Santa Ana, Las Palmas, Canary Islands

 Palm capital with bands in the Pythian Temple lobby, Manhattan, New York, U.S. The temple is a historic Knights of Pythias building

Palm capital with bands in the Pythian Temple lobby, Manhattan, New York, U.S. The temple is a historic Knights of Pythias building

Some celebrities are Monarch slaves, used by the Freemasons/Illuminati, who own them, to carry out nefarious missions. Monarch slaves are created by torturing victims until they become insane, then they are drugged and ritually sodomised to open the pineal gland or third eye as a doorway for demons to possess them (see Monarch slaves, Beta Kittens and Duality/Black Mass).

The third eye is used to symbolise Monarch slaves:

Anastasia Bondarenko, Turkey February, Jamie Nelson

Anastasia Bondarenko, photographed by Jamie Nelson for Vogue Turkey in February 2013

Catherine Deneuve, Esquire May 1966

Catherine Deneuve on the cover of Esquire magazine in May 1966

Corianna and Brianna Dotson, advertising eyewear for their fashion company, Coco & Breezy

Corianna and Brianna Dotson, advertising eye wear for their fashion company, Coco & Breezy

Miley Cyrus, photographed for Paper magazine

Miley Cyrus, photographed for Paper magazine; note the paint goatee, symbolising Baphomet. Her eyes have been whited out, signifying blindness, since Miley’s core persona is repressed and she is absent in her life

Editha Dussler, photographed for Vogue in February 1969

Editha Dussler, photographed for Vogue in February 1969. The helm represents sun worship; Satan is worshipped as the sun god

Guinevere van Seenus

Guinevere van Seenus

Prince Art Official Age

Cover for Prince’s album Art Official Age (code for Artificial Age)

Paul and Linda McCartney

Paul and Linda McCartney

Isabeli Fontana Allure magazine

Isabeli Fontana, photographed for Allure magazine’s October 2012 edition

Khloé Kardashian with an ancient alchemy/occult symbol. It’s the symbol for earth, which can also be used to represent service to self and pursuit of earthly pleasures above all else

M.I.A., GQ Magazine, July 2010

M.I.A., photographed for GQ magazine, July 2010

Kesha with an illuminated third eye, at the iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party in June 2013

Donyale Luna

Donyale Luna

Snejana Onopka Vogue Italia August 2005 by Steven Meisel

Snejana Onopka on the cover of Vogue Italia in August 2005, photographed by Steven Meisel. The star represents Satan ~ star is metaphor for angel. Satan is a fallen angel

David Bowie by Michael Ochs circa 1970

David Bowie, photographed by Michael Ochs circa 1970

Then we have the bindi:

Kerli

Katy Perry

Katy Perry

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez

Sandara Park with a cross-shaped bindi

Sandara Park with a cross-shaped bindi; the rings and bracelets are amulets

Natalie Portman in New York, I Love You

Natalie Portman in New York, I Love You

Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani

Kylie Jenner

Willow Smith

Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone

Björk

Björk

Azealia Banks

Azealia Banks

Ashley Judd

Ashley Judd

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson

Alyssa Milano

Alyssa Milano

Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner

Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens

Abbey Lee Kershaw

Abbey Lee Kershaw

Shakira

Monica Bellucci

Monica Bellucci

Bindi is known by different names in different languages of India and is also known as tika or tikka. Thus, alternative names for bindi is pottu in Tamil and Malayalam, tilak in Hindi, bottu or tilakam in Telugu, bottu or tilaka in Kannada and teep, meaning ‘a pressing’, in Bengali. Sometimes, the terms sindoor, kumkum or kasturi are used, depending upon the ingredients used in making the bindi. Bindi can be either jewellery or paint.

Alicia Keys wearing a tikka, which is a bindi dangling from a chain

Alicia Keys wearing a tikka, which is a bindi dangling from a chain

Tamara Dey

Tamara Dey wearing a tikka

Victoria Beckham wearing a tikka on the cover of Vogue India in November 2008

Victoria Beckham wearing a tikka on the cover of Vogue India in November 2008

Melanie Kannokada Vogue India November 2012

Melanie Kannokada wearing a tikka, photographed for Vogue India in November 2012

Madonna with a tilaka

Madonna wearing a tilaka

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey with a tilaka; her necklace is an amulet

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