“And when you look up to the sky and see the sun, the moon and the stars, all the heavenly array, do not be enticed into bowing down to them and worshipping things Yahweh your Father has apportioned to all the nations under heaven.” Deuteronomy 4:19
“If a man or woman living among you in one of the cities Yahweh gives you is found doing evil in the Eyes of Yahweh your Father in violation of His covenant, and contrary to my command has worshiped other gods, bowing down to them or to the sun or the moon or the stars in the sky, and this has been brought to your attention, then you must investigate it thoroughly. If it is true and it has been proved that this detestable thing has been done in Israel, take the man or woman who has done this evil deed to your city gate and stone that person to death. On the testimony of two or three witnesses a person is to be put to death, but no one is to be put to death on the testimony of only one witness. The hands of the witnesses must be the first in putting that person to death, and then the hands of all the people. You must purge the evil from among you.” Deuteronomy 17:2-7
“If I have regarded the sun in its radiance or the moon moving in splendour, so that my heart was secretly enticed and my hand offered them a kiss of homage, then these also would be sins to be judged, for I would have been unfaithful to Yahweh on high.” Job 31:26-28
Sun worship has been an ancient practice which, like all paganism, dates back to antediluvian times, when the fallen angels were worshipped as ‘gods’. The sun, moon, stars and various planets were worshipped as great powers. The sun god is Satan, who was known as Lucifer, the light Bearer, before his fall.
Englishman John Yarker, a well-known nineteenth century Masonic magician and occultist, in his Notes on the Scientific and Religious Mysteries of Antiquity, makes mention of the fact that the High Priests of the Hebrews also worshipped the sun god.
“The Mysteries we know were practiced in a secret subterranean chamber under the Temple of Solomon, at Jerusalem, where four and twenty elders adored the sun, with their faces toward the east.”
In reality, in worshipping the sun, the ancients were worshipping Satan. G.H. Pember, in a scholarly work on the Mysteries, Earth’s Earliest Ages, affirms this fact when he states:
“There is little doubt that the culmination of the Mysteries was the worship of Satan himself.”
Though almost every culture uses solar motifs, only a relatively few cultures (Egyptian, Indo-European, and Meso-American) developed solar religions. All of these groups had in common a well-developed urban civilisation with a strong ideology of sacred kingship. In all of them the imagery of the sun as the ruler of both the upper and the lower worlds, that he majestically visits on his daily round, is prominent.
The sun is the bestower of light and life to the totality of the cosmos; with his unblinking, all-seeing eye, he is the stern guarantor of justice; with the almost universal connection of light with enlightenment or illumination, the sun is the source of wisdom.
These qualities — sovereignty, power of beneficence, justice, and wisdom — are central to any elite religious group, and it is within these contexts that a highly developed solar ideology is found. Kings ruled by the power of the sun and claimed descent from the sun. Solar deities, gods personifying the sun, are sovereign and all-seeing. The sun is often a prime attribute of or is identified with the Supreme Deity. — Encyclopedia Britannica online
This system of worship has been perpetuated throughout generations, and in our time forms the basis of earth’s religions; Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity. In the mysteries of Catholicism, sun worship reaches its highest form. The names of the gods have changed, but the system of worship is the same. Christianity was formed after the death of Yahshua the Messiah.
It was created to unite the evil pagan cults of Rome:
With its spread among the Gentiles, the pagan characteristics of Christianity gained in influence, and after Constantine the Great and the adoption of Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire, the traditional Hellenistic-pagan forms of civic, social, and cultural anti-Semitism (see Apion) merged with the specifically Christian theological motifs to form an amalgam that has left a tragic legacy to history. — The Encyclopedia Judaica, Volume 5, p. 511
The Catholic church was founded by Roman Emperor Constantine, who decreed the day of worship as Sunday, the day pagans worshipped the sun god, which is contrary to the Fourth Commandment:
“Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. Six days you shall labour and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to Yahweh. On it you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your son or daughter, nor your male or female servant, nor your animals, nor any foreigner residing in your towns. For in six days Yahweh made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, but He rested on the seventh day. Therefore, Yahweh blessed the Sabbath day and made it holy.” Exodus 20:8-11
Believers (those who proclaimed the Name of Yahshua and worshipped Yahweh on the Sabbath) were put to death by the Catholic Church.
“It is well to remind the Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists, and all other Christians, that the Bible does not support them anywhere in their observance of Sunday. Sunday is an institution of the Roman Catholic Church, and those who observe the day observe a commandment of the Catholic Church.” — Priest Brady, in an address reported in The News, Elizabeth, New Jersey, March 18, 1903.
The correct day of worship, the Sabbath, is Saturday, the seventh day of the week.
The system of a celibate priesthood was developed in ancient Babylon by Semiramis, Nimrod’s wife. The priesthood was answerable to her and the High Priest, Nimrod (King of Babylon), who was known by the title of ‘Pontiff’ or Pontifex Maximus, meaning ‘bridge-maker’. This High Priest Nimrod was supposedly the ‘bridge’ between this life and the afterlife. He was also known as the ‘fish god’ — Dagon — and this is why a fish-mitre hat was worn by the High Priest. We still see these fish-mitre hats worn by priests today.
Semiramis knew an unmarried celibate priesthood would be more devoted to the religion and to her and her husband. Hislop tells us the regular priests wore black robes, which was the colour of Satanism and the occult (see Fausset’s Bible Encyclopedia, p. 291).
Hislop also documents that Nimrod had a council of 12 priests to assist him in the temporal and political affairs of running the empire, and they were called ‘cardinals’ and they were dressed in scarlet and red robes. — The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop, p. 210
Another distinguishing mark of the priests of Nimrod, later known in the Old Testament as Priests of Baal, was the ‘clerical tonsure’, an initiation rite in which the priest of Nimrod has the top of his head sheared bald, while the edges of the hair allowed to remain as a ring, in honour of Nimrod who was also worshipped as the sun god. — The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop, p. 222.
For this reason Yahweh forbade it:
“You shall not round the corners of your heads, neither shall you mar the corners of your beard.” Leviticus 19:27
“They shall not make baldness upon their head, neither shall they shave off the corner of their beard, nor make any cuttings in their flesh.” Leviticus 21:5
Besides a celibate priesthood, Semiramis developed a system of female devotees known as ‘vestal virgins’, later to be known by the Chaldean word, ‘nun’, which means ‘Daughters of Nimrod’. — The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop, p. 223
Their ‘duty’ in service to their ‘god’ Nimrod in this Babylonian priesthood was to sexually serve the unmarried priests and monks since these men were not allowed to marry and have wives. This was seen as a form of worship to their ‘god’. This kept the priests satisfied and happy, and kept them from turning homosexual. History attests to the horror of countless abortions which arose from this immoral system as countless foetuses have been found near convents and monasteries throughout history.
Many such gravesites for the aborted babies of these nun-priest relationships were found in the underground tunnels between convents and monasteries in Spain and Rome. In 1936, the citizens of Spain were so outraged by this debauchery that they attacked and burnt many of the church buildings to the ground. Nevertheless, being forbidden to marry resulted in homosexuality among priests, and the public allowed this immorality to continue to keep the priests away from their wives and daughters. To this day, history attests that the priesthood has proven to be a drawing net for homosexuals (see Babylon Mystery Religion by Ralph Woodrow).
Solar symbols are used in logos, flags, advertisements and other articles by the Illuminati/Freemasons. They are also used to identify Monarch slaves, to show who they belong to and work for — Satan and his angels (see Monarch slaves).
Let’s take a look at how sun worship is promoted:
The Monstrance or Ostensorium is used to display a round wafer of bread, called the host, which is used in what is called the Mass, Lord’s Supper, Communion or Eucharistic meal. The Catholic believes this wafer of bread turns into the actual body of (the pagan god) Christ when consecrated during the Mass
The Roman Catholic Church even admits the Monstrance to be a sunburst:
The most appropriate form (for the monstrance) is that of the sun emitting its rays to all sides (Instructio Clement., 5). [See Altar Vessels: Ostensorium] — 1913 edition of The Catholic Encyclopedia
Katy Perry in an advertisement for O.P.I nail polish. Note the sunflower on her head, symbolising the sun and sun worship — the marigold, heliotrope and daisy are also used in occult symbolism to represent the sun; Katy is also symbolising the anal triangle; and is wearing a purple wig — the colour purple represents magic and mystery, suggestive of shadows, and is also the colour used to symbolise the dissociation of Monarch slaves
Poster for Katie Perry’s single Teenage Dream
Album cover (back and front) of Amani’s Tamani; note the sunflower
George Harrison posthumously on the cover of TIME magazine, holding a sunflower; symbolic of sun worship. George’s middle finger is protruding; the middle finger is known by various names: Medius, digitus impudictus (immodest finger), digitus obscenus (obscene finger), digitus infamis (disreputable finger), and fools’s finger. It is the finger of the planet Saturn. When extended solitarily while the other fingers folded, the middle finger represents the phallus of the sun god Baal, Ra or Nimrod, as does the thumb, and the folded fingers in this pose represent the testicles. It is often regarded as an obscene gesture. This finger of Saturn (Satan) symbolises the borderline state between consciousness and the unconsciousness — the madness or dissociation of Monarch slaves; it also represents the ritual sodomy used to open spiritual doors in Monarch slaves for demons to possess them
Album cover for Justyna Steczkowska’s Dzień i noc (Day and Night)
Sonia Braga on the cover of Nueva magazine with a red daisy
Album cover for Olivia Newton-John’s Early Olivia (vinyl LP)
Jean Shrimpton with daisies in her hair, photographed by David Bailey for Vogue UK in June 1962. Jean is symbolisng the ‘Eye of Ra’ (sun worship)
Album cover for Tracy Chapman’s New Beginning features a sunflower
Album cover for Michael Bolton’s Soul Provider. His song Steel Bars is a celebration of his demonic possession:
In the night I hear you speak
Turn around, you’re in my sleep
Feel your hands inside my soul
You’re holding on and you won’t let go
I’ve tried running but there’s no escape
Can’t bend them, and I just can’t break these….
Steel bars, wrapped all around me
I’ve been your prisoner since the day you found me
I’m bound forever, till the end of time
Steel bars wrapped around this heart of mine
Trying hard to recognize
See the face behind the eyes
Feel your haunting ways like chains
‘Round my heart they still remain
And with every step I take
Every desperate move I make
It’s clear to me
What can all my living mean
When time itself is so obscene
When time itself don’t mean a thing
I’m still loving you
Diane Lane on the poster for the film Under The Tuscan Sun; note the sunflowers. Diane’s hair covers her right eye, leaving only her left eye visible; symbolising the ‘Eye of Horus’ (occult knowledge/hidden wisdom)
Cover for Aretha Franklin’s two-track album A Natural Woman (You Make Me Feel Like) Baby Baby Baby features Aretha’s face inside a sunflower
Diahann Carroll with a daisy
Imagine Mosaic in Strawberry Fields at Central Park, New York, a tribute to John Lennon
Madonna on the cover of Interview magazine, with a daisy in her mouth. The headgear is reminiscent of BDSM gear, and represents Madonna’s bondage — her insanity and demonic possession
Cover for Sade’s single Babyfather; note the sunflower
Lance Armstrong on the cover of Sports Illustrated in August 2001
Ryan Reynolds with a daisy
Nastassja Kinski holding a daisy on the cover of Ilustrovana Politika
Sidney Poitier in Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner? with a daisy behind his ear
Hugh Grant with a bouquet of daisies
Kate Moss with a sunflower, photographed by Arthur Elgort for Vogue Italia, October 1992
Liam Neeson with a sunflower
Moa Åberg, photographed by Camilla Akrans for Vogue Italia in March 2013. The daisy is covering her mouth, symbolising the fact that Monarch slaves are unable to speak since they are spiritually bound by the demons that possess them. Two Moas signifies duality or the demons that possess Moa; she is symbolising both the ‘Eye of Ra’ and the ‘Eye of Horus
Lily Cole holding a daisy
Georgia May Jagger, photographed by Sølve Sundsbø
John Galliano with daisies for a hat band; note the cross
Sinitta decorated with sunflowers
Advertisement for Quizmaster (Pub Quiz)
Logo for Shell, which is also a shell — used in paganism to represent the sun and its rays; the rays of light symbolise the esoteric knowledge that man can become God through scientific knowledge. The shell is an occult symbol for the universe and for moving across the Zodiac
British Petroleum logo
Sunrise Casinos’ gambling chip
Logo for AHA Foundation
Logo for Melbourne Day Tours
Days Inn logo
Datsun logo, depicting the planet Saturn
Logo for Holiday Inn
Logos for Sun Microsystems and Columbia Sportswear
The Sun newspaper logo
Sun worship in James Bond movies:
Note the sunburst in the background
Sun on cross; solar cross
Sun worship in films:
The cast of the television series Married With Children. Note the sunburst on the wall on the right. Katy Sagal is wearing a leopard print coat, identifying her as a prostitute
Geoffrey Alm as Count de Rochefort in the film The Three Musketeers. Note the sunburst on his eyepatch; also, only Geoffrey’s right eye is visible, symbolising the ‘Eye of Ra’ (sun worship)
Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita in Karate Kid (1984)
When the Karate Kid, Daniel (Ralph Macchio) began being trained by his mentor, Mr Miyagi (Pat Morita), he had to make a sacred pact — ritual sodomy is the key to that sacred pact. The symbolism of the film is that of a Monarch handler abusing his new slave. Look closely at the clever design of the headband and you’ll notice a mirrored 3 on the left side, the bum of the sodomiser, whose phallus is piercing the sun-anus Horus Eye; and a 3 on the right side, the bum of the sodomisee (33 is code for sodomy). You may also perceive how the design conceals a butterfly, representing the demons that possess Monarch slaves. For Monarch slaves, this martial arts training identifies assassins (Delta) for hire.
Scene from the animated film Tangled
Logo for the Rolling Lakes Yacht Club in the film Caddyshack. Inside the helm, a sunburst, is an anchor; the anchor is a symbol of the mould set of the Letter T in serif form. The upper portion of the anchor is the Tau cross, while the bottom portion is as the Letter T spun 180 degrees and set as a mould. The ‘anchor’ is what would then be released from the ‘mould’ after being ‘cured’ or solidified in the mould. The ‘rope’ coiled around it is the serpent/Satan
Selena Gomez on the cover of Billboard magazine
Sun Maid raisins logo
British Flag, also known as the Union Jack
Jesus Christ, the pagan god of Christianity, with a halo (sunburst), symbolising the sun and sun worship. Note another sunburst on the ‘sacred heart’. The halo is also seen in images of man-made ‘saints’; and also alludes to the ring around the planet Saturn (Satan), dubbed the ‘Lord of the Rings’, and is the reason why we wear rings as jewellery and exchange them at weddings
Quetzalcoatl, Mayan serpent god of intelligence and self-reflection, and patron of priests, coming out of the mouth of the dragon. Island of Cozumel, 1000 BCE
Veneration of the ‘sacred heart’ is rooted in paganism:
Human sacrifice, particularly by offering a victim’s heart to the sun god, was commonly practiced, as was bloodletting. — Encyclopedia Britannica online (Aztec)
As seen on the stone carving from Cozumel, the pagan Aztecs/Mayans of Mexico would cut the heart out of a living victim and offer it as a sacrifice to the god Kukulcan/Quetzalcoatl, also known as the Feathered Serpent.
Pope Pius XII admits in the Encyclical Haurietis Aquas that veneration of the sacred heart is not supported in the Scriptures:
23. It is of course beyond doubt that the Sacred Books never make express mention of a special worship of veneration and love made to the physical Heart of the Incarnate Word as the symbol of His burning love.
Rita Ora, photographed for the September 2012 issue of GQ magazine. Rita has Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation, tattooed on her arm, and beneath it a heart with rays emanating from it
Keep in mind that some celebrities are Monarch slaves and their tattoos are commissioned by their handlers; and these tattoos have evil spirits attached to them. The foundation, origin, meaning and purposes of the tattoo is pagan demonism, shamanism, Baal worship, and occult mysticism.
This is why Yahweh forbade tattoos:
“Do not cut your bodies for the dead or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I Am Yahweh your Father.” Leviticus 19:28
Famous witch and author Laurie Cabot writes of the tattoo:
The origins of tattooing came from ancient magical practices… — Laurie Cabot, Power of the Witch, cited in Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated by Dr. Cathy Burns, p. 301
The actual tattooing process, which involved complex ritual and taboos, could only be done by priests and was associated with beliefs which were secrets known only to members of the priestly caste… Hambly concluded that, historically, tattooing had originated in connection with ancient rites of scarification and bloodletting, which were associated with religious practices intended to put the human soul in harmony with supernatural forces and ensure continuity between this life and the next. — Gilbert, Steve, Tattoo History: A Source Book, p. 158
Barack Obama, a Monarch slave, photographed to appear as though he has a halo
Halos, also known as nimbuses, present the individual as a saint, a deity, or other holy person. — Herder Dictionary of Symbols, Chiron Publications, Wilmette, Illinois
Video frame from Beyonce’s single Halo
Roger Moore in The Saint. Roger’s character, Simon Templar, alludes to Simon Peter, a disciple of Yahshua, as being one of the Knights Templar. Simon, whom Yahshua named ‘Peter’, is claimed to be the founder of Christianity, however, Christianity has nothing to do with the Messiah, and was founded by Roman Emperor Constantine, who also had the Messiah’s true Name replaced with that of a false god — Jesus Christ
Statue of Liberty, New York
The original Statue of Liberty is in Paris, and stands in the Jardin du Luxembourg. There are many other replicas all over the world (see wikipedia).
The statue represents Lucifer — the Light Bearer, the Phosphorus, Prometheus, the Lord of this Age and the Ages to come, the ‘Light of the World’, the Morning and Evening Star, the pagan god Jesus Christ in his true garments. In his right hand is the Torch of Illumination.
In US patent number 11,023 the diadem (crown) is described as follows:
“The head with its classical, yet severe and calm features, is surmounted by a crown or diadem, from which radiates divergently seven rays tapering from the crown and representing a halo.”
The Seven Rays are said to be seven major types of Light-Substance (spirit/matter, waves/particles) that compose the created universes. The Seven Rays locally originate within the ‘Solar Logos’, i.e., the consciousness of the ‘Divine Being’ of the sun. They have their ultimate origin within the mind of Yahweh. Each of the Seven Rays is believed to be associated with a different kind of occult energy, and a different colour. Their symbol is the rainbow.
Spirit of Detroit statue at Coleman A Young Municipal Centre in Detroit depicts Prometheus, Titan and Light Bearer; the Greek interpretation of the Nephilim as Titans. The inscription reads: “Now the Lord is that spirit and where the spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” Both sides of the Seal of Detroit are etched above it
Prometheus (Lucifer, the Lord of this world) offered mankind the wisdom of the gods/fallen angels, which the Greek myth says he obtained by stealing (knowledge stolen from heaven) and using it to both beguile and tempt humans into pursuing Godlike status. This is especially relevant during the new-age, the reformation of the secular age. A new world religion is already at hand, being shaped via Crowleyian philosophies disguised as freedom and liberty. ‘Do as thou wilt’ is indeed the golden rule that most people adhere to, confusing this internal lawlessness with some sort of divine right. Prometheus’/Lucifer’s gaze is focused intently upon the family he holds in his right hand, as it was this institution that Satan attacked most viciously — in the beginning, as well as today. The family is deceived into worshipping him (sun worship).
The ‘light’, a sunburst emanating from the planet Saturn, which represents freedom to ‘do as thou wilt’ (“Do as thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law” is a moral utterance found in the Thelemic foundation scripture, which is called the Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley) is held in his left hand, symbolising the left path or the Luciferian mystery school and the freedom of knowledge as promised to Eve by Satan in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:1-4), sought after by Freemasons as the ‘source of the light’, and also symbolises ‘knowledge as power’ (sun worship) or the forbidden fruit. The statue is green, like Osiris/Ausar/Anunaki offering us golden knowledge/alchemical magic to help us transcend from mortal men into gods.
Face of a clock; the analogue clock is based on the sundial
Elizabeth Tower, London, commonly known as Big Ben; the clock, which has four faces or sun dials, is an obelisk (phallic symbol). The earliest obelisks were known as ‘benben’ stones, they were rough hewn and truncated, but were tipped off by the pyramid shape which distinguishes obelisks from other monumental columns. The spirit of the sun god was believed to enter the stones at certain periods, and on these occasions human sacrifices were offered to it. The benben is symbolic of a small mound of earth sticking up out of the waters of chaos. It is the landing point where Nun, the Serpent, originally guided the solar boat and placed the sun god (elite) on dry land. That is why obelisks have the benben stone (pyramid shape) on top
Saviour Tower, Kremlin, Moscow, is another obelisk/benben stone, crowned with a star (a star is a metaphor for angel ~ Satan is a fallen angel). It also features four clock faces. Satanic rituals are performed inside these modern day benben stones, and human sacrifices offered to the sun god
Pullman Clock Tower, Chicago, another benben stone with clock faces
St James’ Church, Piccadilly, London
Logo for ZoomInfo
Logo for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The motto Ars Gratia Artis is Latin for ‘Art for Art’s Sake’. The lion represents Satan: “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.” 1 Peter 5:8. The halo symbolises the sun; note the two impressions on it: Baphomet’s head
Beyoncé’s music video for Run the World (Girls)
Poster for the film Groundhog Day. The movie — in which Bill Murray’s character relives the same day over and over — is a metaphor for the process of the soul repeating incarnations in a physical, third density existence in an attempt to balance Karma and reclaim its own divinity. Each repeated day (or rather lifetime) represents a different approach of the ego toward its environment, as the soul evolves over many lifetimes to better understand and accept its situation, inside a temporal prison from which it doesn’t know how to escape; the prison (earth) is represented by a clock, the world ruled by the sun god (Satan). Also, the only numbers wholly visible on the clock are 10, 5, 4, 3 and 2; these numbers add up to 24, 2+4=6 — in numerology and occult symbolism, 6 represents the number of the soul of man. (NB: The theory of reincarnation is a lie, the soul does not need to relive in order to redeem itself, the Messiah, Yahshua, died for our sins so that we can attain eternal life; every soul has a single lifetime.)
Poster for the film Hugo, the only numbers fully visible on the clock are 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 12 which add up to 63, 6+3=9 — 9 is an important number in numerology and occult symbolism, since Yahshua gave up His Spirit at the ninth hour (Mark 15:34-37)
Jemima Khan wearing a sunburst brooch
Logo for the Houston Dynamo football team
Reverse side of CD for Tevin Campbell’s self-titled album
Pepsi logo; rays emanating from the planet Saturn
Universal Pictures logo, earth depicted as the planet Saturn (Satan)
Nike logo inspired from the Saturn ring
Internet Explorer web browser from Microsoft
Saturn (electronics shop), Flensburg, Germany
SCI FI TV channel
Saturn (automobile brand owned by the General Motors Corporation)
Pope Benedict VI wearing a red ‘Saturno hat’ (or Cappello Romano), inspired by the ringed planet Saturn
Album cover for Selena Gomez’ Stars Dance; Selena is also symbolising the ‘finger of Saturn’
Cover for Boy George’s single Bow Down Mister
The point within a circle represents the male phallus or penis (lingam), and the circle is the female womb (yoni) or vagina
According to Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry:
…while the phallus (point) and the vagina (circle) symbolize the sex act (generative principle), they also represent the sun as deity. The point within the circle is the sun god.
This symbolism is present in the Freemasonic Washington Monument and in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican.
The realm of the hollow earth is one of the central mysteries concealed by the occult secret societies and is represented by the pictogram of the point-within-a-circle or the ancient sun symbol (the central point represents the inner sun within the surrounding crust of the earth).
Album cover for Scorpions’ Face The Heat
Logo for Wheel of Fortune
Peabo Bryson performs live at the taping of ‘The 3rd Annual Soul Train Christmas Starfest’ in Los Angeles, California
London Eye, a giant ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London
The ferris wheel is a solar symbol used as a spiritual energy extractor that turns the area in which it is located into a sun temple, and all the monuments and buildings in that area become part of the temple. They are placed on powerful negative ley lines and the energy harnessed is used in rebirth/reincarnation/Moonchild rituals.
Wheels are marvellous vehicles which allow us to take advantage of personal and mass transportation, production and mechanisation. As a religious symbol in the context of occult doctrine, the wheel takes on a different meaning. Since antediluvian times, the wheel has been used primarily as a sun symbol — dedicated to various solar deities throughout history, especially in ancient European cultures.
Explaining the pervasive use of the solar wheel, archaeologists Lesley and Roy Adkins wrote:
“In the Romano-Celtic world, it is depicted with various gods on nearly 200 stone monuments and in many other representations…”
Miranda Green, author of the Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend, states:
“In the Celtic Iron Age, people buried bronze model wheels with the dead, perhaps to illuminate the dark places of the underworld… Warriors wore solar amulets as protection in battle… Celtic helmets were carved with wheel-shaped talismans. Celtic coins depicted horses with wheel-shaped solar signs above them… In Gaul, the Rhineland and Britain, there is evidence that an indigenous solar god, whose symbol was the spoked wheel, was the Roman SKY-GOD Jupiter.”
Wheels are also connected to sacred Hindu deities. In Hinduism, ‘Sudarsana’ is the name of Vishnu’s wheel which symbolises ‘the limitless power of his mind’. Hinduism also uses the wheel symbol as a representation of karma and reincarnation — a succession of births, deaths and rebirths until spiritual liberation can occur.
Advertisement for the Union Gap’s concert
Kim Kardashian West in Vogue Brasil, photographed by Ellen von Unwerth. Kim is symbolising the ‘Eye of Ra’ (sun worship)
Many other religions and mythological belief systems employ wheels as cosmic-deity symbols — Asshur, Shamash and Baal in the Near East; Zeus, Apollo and sometimes Dionysus in Greece; Vishnu-Surya in India.
Rosicrucianism, a mystical society with many off-shoot bodies in existence today, also embraces the wheel — and the circle — as a spiritual symbol linking the cosmos with ‘universal deity’ — their god Satan
Madison Insurance logo
Logo for Samsonite features a solar cross, a variation of the Swastika
Mel Gibson in What Women Want, note the sunburst to his right
Santos Madonna; statue of Christian goddess Mary, worshipped as the mother of the Messiah by Catholics
Album cover for No Doubt’s Oi To The World
Cover for Crowded House’s single Weather With You
Album cover for The Jacksons’ The Jacksons Story
Cover for A-ha’s single Shapes That Go Together. Can you spot the ‘S’, representing the Serpent/Satan, and the pentagram beside it? The image portrays a man with his head inside the sun ~ sun god
Logo for CMT United Kingdom; Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease is caused by gene mutation, a result of the corruption of our DNA by the fallen angels
Ozanam House logo
Poster for That 70s Show
Album cover for K-Ci and JoJo’s X. Blue and yellow are the colours of Dissociation and Fear
Video frame from DMX’ song What’s My Name?
The Rising Sun badge, worn by soldiers of the 1st and 2nd Australian Imperial Force in both World Wars
Logo for Lorica Insurance Brokers
Apex Australia logo
Charlize Theron in Snow White and the Huntsman
Logo for the 10th Asian Games, which features ‘666’, the number of the name of the Beast (Revelation 13:18)
Logo for Illinois Center for the Book
Album cover for Sunz of Man’s The Last Shall BE First. The ‘S’ signifies Satan (see The Serpent who is the Dragon))
Aachen Cathedral in Aachen, Germany
Eucharist wafer ritual based on the transubstantiation illusion: a symbolic form of cannibalism
Chair of St. Peter at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, Italy
Vatican City’s Piazza San Pietro — sun wheel
Catholic Chasuble featuring the Rod of Awen
The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD) describes the three lines as rays emanating from three points of light, with those points representing the triple aspect of deity and, also, the points at which the sun rises on the equinoxes and solstices — known as the Triad of the Sunrises. The emblem as used by the OBOD is surrounded by three circles representing the three circles of creation.
At the centre of the rays there is a pelican feeding its young: The pelican is a bird with much esoteric symbolism and is revealed only to those in the fifth degree of the O.T.O. On the Empress trump card of Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot, it shows a mother pelican feeding her young with her own blood. Elsewhere on the card it reveals three suns, which inherently reveal some of the meaning concerning the pelican and her young.
The pelican represents Lucifer, her young represent the Illuminati — those of the light (Lucifer). The pelican feeding her young of its own blood represents the bloodline of the Nephilim and its perpetual existence. In symbolic form it can be seen to replicate the imagery of the Egyptian scarab beetle and its resurrection in the Nile River. The beetle represents the sun’s pathway through the year and the three phases of the day. This can be seen by the rising, peak, and sunset of the sun; this mythos represents the birth of the sun, its manhood and its death.
Going back to the pelican symbolism, this resurrection is caused by a deluge that both destroys and ultimately recreates all existence. Each deluge welcomes destruction, but a new mankind is always its purpose. There are four eggs in the pelican’s nest; these represent the four elements and the earth itself. So this means the recreation and birth of all life itself, in which a set of higher beings do this to perfect their race, the animals, and plants to accompany it.
The 18th Degree of Freemasonry is called Sovereign Princes of Rose Croix; Princes of Rose Croix de Heroden; and Knights of the Eagle and Pelican. The eagle is Samyaza.
Cover for Lifehouse’s single Between The Raindrops ft Natasha Bedingfield
The rooster is a universal solar symbol because its crowing announces the dawn:
Le Coq Sportif logo
Logo for Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
Black Coffee Air Roaster logo
Logo for Chianti Classico wine, a black rooster known as ‘Gallo Nero’ (black cock)
Army Medical Department (AMEDD) regimental coat of arms, U.S.
Still from the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond; note the rooster beneath the lampshade and the owls around the door frame, symbolising Molech/Satan
Freemasonic world leaders revere the rooster as a symbol of their god:
Church rooster atop the Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu on Mount Zion, Jerusalem, Israel
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands drinks wine from the traditional golden rooster, during his visit to the 1. German-Dutch Corps, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Corps in Muenster, Germany, in August 2015
Elysée Palace’s Grille du Coq (Railing of the Gallic Cockerel), in France
The Presidential Standard of Kenyan President Jomo Kenyatta (1970-1978)
The Presidential Standard of Kenya’s second President, Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi (1978-2002)
Flag of Uganda
Flag of UNITA, the third of the three guerrilla movements which fought the Portuguese (and each other) for control of Angola was formed in 1966 (see Who colonised Africa?)
Flag of the municipality of Šentjernej, Slovenia
A rooster was part of the coats of arms of the former two cities Frankfurt and Słubice, and it now became to be the connecting symbol unifying the two cities. Słubfurt or Slubfurt is a combination of the German city Frankfurt an der Oder and Słubice
Geneva coat of arms, which also consists of a shield surmounted by a crest in the form of half a sun inscribed with the initials ‘J H S’ (Jesus Hominum Salvator), and below a scrolled motto Post Tenebras Lux (after the darkness, light)
(see The Great Deception and The cross)
Cover for Sublime’s album 40 oz. to Freedom
Make A Difference Tour 2010, featuring Max Lucado, Michael W Smith, Toby Mac, Third Day
Album cover for Big Mountain’s Unity; note the lion (symbol of sun worship), and the purple butterfly — the butterfly represents the demons that possess them; purple is the colour of dissociation or madness Monarch slaves
Album cover for Vanilla Ice’s To the Extreme
Cover for Steve Guttenberg’s book, The Guttenberg Bible
Cover for Carlos Santana’s album Freedom
Google’s October 1998 logo (sun cross)
BAFTA Hollywood Britannia Awards trophy; the shield features the Union Jack, which is a sunburst
Westbrook XO Barneys New York’s XO Exclusively Ours logo. The ‘xo’ is an obfuscated sun wheel. In the Latin alphabet, O is the 15th letter, X is the 24th ~ the ‘x’ and ‘o’ are enclosed in a circle, which is another O: O, X, O = 1+5=6, 2+4=6, 1+5=6 ~ 666, which is the number of the name of the Beast (Revelation 13:18)
Eddie Murphy in The Golden Child
Columbus Circle, Manhattan, New York, U.S. — a sunwheel
Bank of England logo — the shield is a sunwheel
Album cover for Raven-Symoné’s From Then Until; note the butterflies, representing the demons that possess her
Cover for One Republic’s single Good Life