The single eye, known as the ‘All-Seeing Eye’, takes its meaning from the ancient Egyptian ‘Eye of Horus’, an emblem of protection and inner sight. The legend goes that Horus, god of war and hunting, depicted most often as a falcon, lost his left eye in a fight defeating Set, god of the underworld and chaos, after Set murdered Horus’ father.
However, Thoth, god of wisdom, was able to save the eye and restored it by invoking the magic of the falcon.
This left eye (Eye of Horus) became the moon (representing occult knowledge/hidden wisdom), while his right eye (Eye of Ra) became the sun (representing sun worship).
These ‘gods’ are fallen angels and their offspring — Nephilim (see Pagan gods).
Eye of Horus
Eye of Ra
Ra as the sun god represents Satan. In the pre-flood world, Satan took a human woman named Astarte as his wife, and they had a son named Tammuz. Astarte and Tammuz are represented in various religions as Semiramis and Tammuz (Babylon), Mary and Jesus Christ (Christian), Isis and Horus (Egyptian), Damgalnuna and Marduk (Sumerian), Devaki and Krishna/Isi and Iswara (Indian), Cybele and Deoius (Asian), Fortuna and Jupiter-puer (Roman), Ceres/Irene and Plutus (Greek). Since Horus symbolises Tammuz, the Eye of Horus is really the Eye of Tammuz… the symbol of Satan’s son in the post-flood world.
The All-Seeing Eye is one of the most widely used Freemason/Illuminati/occult symbols. Satan wants to be like Yahweh, ‘like the Most High’ (Isaiah 14:12-14), and has stolen this symbol from Him — Yahweh is Omnipresent and sees all — and uses it as his own.
The All-Seeing Eye in the Pyramid is also a symbol of Yahweh, the Pyramid represents His attributes of Love, Will and Intelligence.
So whenever these occult symbols appear, the message is ‘Satan is present here’ and ‘This belongs to Satan’. Since he is, in truth, NOT omnipresent, it means his demons are there, representing him and working their evil.
The All-Seeing Eye features on the U.S. one dollar bill, a very powerful message that Satan runs the U.S. government and the world at large.
Everything Satan and his agents use is stolen from heaven, he has no originality. He is a thief, a liar and a murderer (John 10:9-10).
(Henry) Wallace’s reasons for wanting to introduce the Great Seal onto the America currency were based on his belief that America was reaching a turning point in her history and that great spiritual changes were imminent. He believed that the 1930s represented a time when a great spiritual awakening was going to take place which would precede the creation of the one-world state. — Michael Howard, The Occult Conspiracy p. 95
The centrepiece of this mandala is the All-Seeing Eye — an important symbol within Freemasonry and Rosicrucian traditions for centuries.
The concept of money and credit creation was developed in the pre-flood world, and introduced into ancient Babylon. Once relative values were placed on commodities (like cattle, grains or craft) silver and gold became established as a store of value and a convenient means of exchange.
In order to guarantee the safety of their wealth, Babylonian King Nimrod offered the temple vaults and protection of the gods as security for the treasure of his subjects. Observing that the bulk of deposits remained in the vault at any one time, he developed the lucrative concept of Fractional Reserve Banking. This device was the key to unparralled prosperity and unbounded influence. Nimrod explained and franchised his scheme to certain Illuminated Adepts (Freemasons/bankers) who were licensed to take deposits and lend gold from the temple vaults at around 20 percent interest. Nimrod’s next renovation was to issue clay tablet receipts in the value of the gold, and sealed it with the high priest’s signet as legal tender — precursor of today’s paper money. Safer and easier to carry than bullion, it quickly gained acceptance and still has ancient Babylon’s mark on it.
It is no coincidence that Great Seal, together with the reverse — the Insignia of the Order of the Illuminati — plainly appear together on the reverse of all U.S. one dollar notes (clearly designated as Federal Reserve Notes) and have done for nearly a hundred years. The first time it appeared was in 1933, by order of President Frank D. Roosevelt, at the beginning of the New Deal — the name given to Roosevelt’s political reforms of that time.
Interestingly enough, the reverse has never been cut and used as a seal, even though it is designated quite plainly as ‘THE GREAT SEAL’:
The base 2D form
The pictographic 3D form.
The obverse is on the left with the reverse on the right. Note the ‘Star of David’ design of the star cluster above the eagle’s head. The illustration on the right is a typical example of the symbolic root base at the heart of the disguised pictographic form of the emblem of the Illuminati.
The reverse side must have been designed by a mystic, one well versed in symbolism… all true Theosophists ought to be able to see the connecting link between true Theososphy and the reverse side of the seal… the time will come when the white headstone (capstone) of our government… in the proclaiming of a new religion in which all spiritual currents flowing from every other religion shall meet in the perfection of the WHITE STONE, having neither dogma nor doctrine. — The Reverse Side of the Seal of the United States and its Symbolism, Celestia Root Lang
The Pythagoreans believed that the source of all truth was hidden in geometric symbolism, with the triangle as the sacred of all symbols, where the ternary (3) and certain multiples thereof, were regarded as the key to unlocking ‘all hidden wisdom’. There are a variety of numbers that hold secret significance within occult circles, and among them are: 3, 4, 6, 9, 13, 33, 36 and 666.
They also believed that numbers had formative powers. Pythogoras is reputed to have declared, ‘Numbers rule the Universe.’ Plato said, ‘God ever geometrises.’ And the modern mathematician Jacoi expressed his own belief that, ‘God ever arithmetises.’
Babylonians considered each of the twelve Zodiac signs to rule over the twelve months of the year. In the Zodiac there are 6 houses that the sun passes through during the day and 6 during the night. Each house is divided up into 3 rooms. So there are 36 rooms in the Zodiac, as the Babylonians believed there were 36 magnifications of the sun god (Satan/Nimrod was also worshipped as the sun god) thus 36 separate gods, all diferent revelations of the ‘sun god’.
“In symbolism, numbers are not merely the expressions of quantities; but idea-forces, each with a particular character of its own.” — J.E. Cirlot, A Dictionary of Symbols, p. 220
“The very numbers you use in counting are more than you take them to be. They are at the same time mythological elements, but you are certainly unaware of this when you use the numbers for a practical purpose.” — Carl Jung, Man and His Symbols, p. 40
Let us concentrate on the most important identifying mark on the reverse of the Great Seal, referred to as the ‘spiritual side’ of the seal — MDCCLXXVI, which represents 1776 in Roman numerals. In Hebrew and Greek, all letters have numerical value, but the Romans used only six numerals: D=500, C=100, C=50, X=10, V=5, I=1. These six letters add up to 666. (The Roman numeral M was not used to denote thousands until the 2nd century CE.)
Occult numerology and geometry is is woven into this seal:
Put three triangles in a row — starting with M, place the Roman numerals representing 1776 in the exact sequence of top, bottom left and bottom right, at the corners of the triangles.
The top row of numerals M C X adds up to 1110
The bottom row of numerals is in perfect Roman numerical order D C L X V I, where DC=600, LX=60, and VI=6 — 666
“This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man. That number is six hundred and sixty-six.” Revelation 13:18
Note how this verse refers to the number of a man, not just a title, a role or a system.
Also in Greek, the number is a man’s number, literally — ‘is a man’ and ‘the number of him’ is hexa koioi hexakonta hex; these are three words of numerals which are in three groups: 600, 6x10s=60, and 6, adding up to 666.
The Greek and Hebrew letters are also numbers, where the ‘Gematria’ is the adding up or ‘counting’ the numerical equivalent of each letter in a word or name. This was fairly common in the days before alphabetical numbers existed. On the walls of ancient Pompei, for example, someone wrote: I love her whose number is 545. This way the loved one could decipher that it only applied to her, but for strangers it was almost impossible to which one out of the many Greek girls’ names was meant.
The two pillars present in Freemason lodges, Jachin and Boaz are also stolen, and were part of King Solomon’s palace (1 Kings 7:1-21). Jachin means ‘He establishes’ and Boaz means ‘in Him is strength’. Hiram, whom King Solomon sent for from Tyre (1 Kings 7:13) was loaned to him by King Hiram of Tyre, to assist him in the erecting of the Temple of Yahweh (1 Kings 5:15-25; 7:13-45, 2 Chronicles 11:13).
Hiram Abif, a celebrated builder and Freemason, was in charge of the temple’s construction. He stole the plans and handed them over to his fraternity brothers, and they have been used since then in temples for evil beings (the pillars are also present in Islam mosques and Hindu temples; the All-Seeing Eye is present in Christian/Roman Catholic/Orthodox Catholic churches and Hindu temples).
The outstanding figure in modern Freemasonry is undoubtedly the widow’s son who is known to members of the Fraternity under the somewhat obscure name of Hiram Abiff. He dominates Craft Masonry, and that despite the fact that neither the Entered Apprentice nor the Fellow-Craft knows anything at all about him. It is true that, when the Master Mason recites what is called ‘the first part of the traditional history’ to the Fellow Craft who is on his way to the secrets of the Third Degree, he pays the Fellow-Craft the compliment of saying, “As you are doubtless aware, Hiram was the principal architect at the building of King Solomon’s Temple…” But if the Fellow-Craft is so informed, he must have acquired the knowledge apart altogether from Freemasonry as, up to that particular moment, no glimpse of the widow’s son has been obtained in all the ceremonial of the First and Second Degrees. From that point onwards, however, he is the chief actor in the drama, and the legend of Hiram is the most characteristic part in the ritual of the Order. — The Story of Hiram Abiff, William Harvey, JP., F.S.A. (Scot.), 1944
The King of Tyre was an evil man and a Freemason, and despite his friendship with King David (2 Samuel 5:11, 1 Kings 5:15) sent his son Solomon a double-edged sword in the person of Hiram Abif, whose mission was partly to entice the wise, young king into Freemasonry (he was only 20 years old when he ascended the throne as king of Israel). Hiram initiated Solomon to Freemasonry.
Tyre, an island city, was a place governed by forces of evil, the domain of Satan, his angels and evil spirits. Because of this wickedness and the subsequent ensnaring of Yahweh’s people Israel through Freemasonry, ‘King of Tyre’ in Isaiah 14 and ‘King of Babylon’ in Ezekiel 28.
King Solomon abandoned the path of truth, encouraged the idolatrous rites of spurious Freemasonry, and, induced by the persuasions of those foreign wives and concubines whom he had espoused in his later days, he erected a fane for the celebration of these heathen mysteries, on one of the hills that overlooked the very same spot where, in his youth, he had consecrated a temple to the One True God; and led his people in apostasy.
Let’s take a look at some of the places the Eye of Ra and the Eye of Horus appear:
Paris Hilton, sex slave for hire: Photographed in Malibu, California, by David LaChapelle for the September 2000 issue of Vanity Fair magazine. The gemstones represent Jewel programming
Cover for Jeffery Archer’s novel The Accused
Jackie Chan, photographed for Elle Men magazine’s January 2013 issue. Jackie is also making the ‘666’ sign
Kevin Spacey, photographed by Marco Grob for GQ magazine’s December 2013 issue for Men of the Year
Zhou Dongyu on the cover of Woman’s Day magazine
Cover for Aaliyah’s single Miss You
Cover for Michael Jackson’s Invincible album
Cover for Madonna’s U.S. Number One Singles
Album cover for Selena Gomez and The Scene’s Kiss and Tell
Cover for Janet Jackson’s single Miss You Much. Note the crosses attached to her hair. Half of Janet’s face is in shadow and the other half is lit; ‘illuminated by the sun’
Cover for ‘Left Eye’ Lisa Lopes’ album Eye Legacy
Album cover for Cece Winans’ Everlasting Love. Cece is wearing a leopard print hat, symbolising Sex Kitten programming
Album cover for R Kelly and Jay-Z’s Unfinished Business. Note the six pentagrams
Logo for Cablemas
America Online logo
Logo for Art Bell, which also features an Ouroboros
Time Warner Cable logo
Logo for Columbia Broadcasting System
Cover for Crimson King’s Demons and Wizards album
Cover for Paul McCartney’s The McCartney Years, a three-DVD set
Logo for Chrysler, a winged sun disc with the All-Seeing Eye at the centre
Logo for Resolution Insurance. All-Seeing Eye on a crescent moon
Televisa Networks logo
Google Chrome logo
Google Chrome logo also represents the Number of the name of the Beast ‘666’
Logo for weibo.com
Logo for Live5News WCSC
Naomi Campbell’s Turkish island home that rests on Isla Playa de Cleopatra, a gift from her Russian billionaire boyfriend, Vladislav Doronin
Catholic church with Pyramid and All-Seeing Eye in Zamosciu, Poland. ‘Mocni Nadzieja’ means ‘Big Hope’. The Pyramid symbolises the three attributes of Yahweh: Will, Love and Intelligence, and the All-Seeing Eye represents His Omnipresence. Satan and his agents have stolen this symbol and use it as their own, since Satan wants to be like Yahweh
Karl Lagerfeld on the cover of i-D magazine. Karl is wearing Black and White, symbolising duality/alter personas
Poster for the film In Dreams
Kerry Washington and Jamie Foxx on the cover of Los Angeles Confidential magazine
Angelina Jolie on the cover of Time magazine
Advertisement for Ssense
Nicole Richie on the cover of That magazine, wearing Black and White; duality colours, symbolising her alter personas
Ajak Deng on the cover of i-D magazine. Note her Black and White hair
Poster for the film To the Devil a Daughter
Win Rockefeller Jr. on the cover of Little Rock Soirée magazine. Note the cross on the left, and the pentagram painted over his right eye (The pentagram has special meaning for those who practice magick, and other occult disciplines. It relates to the four Classical elements of earth (Gaia), air (Aer), water (Hydor), fire (Heile/Heat), and a fifth element of spirit (Idea/Hieron)). The Black, Red and White colours symbolise Black Mass and Duality; and the acronym ‘KISS’ on his armband stands for ‘Knights In Satan’s Service’
Poster for the film Aeonflux
Annette Bening on the cover of Vogue Paris
Iman in an advertisement for De Beers
Model wearing belt with an All-Seeing Eye buckle
Naomi Campbell wearing a necklace with an All-Seeing Eye pendant
Sharon Tate wearing a chain, symbolising enslavement, with an All-Seeing Eye pendant
Entry to Big Brother Britain 2013 house. The freestanding doors represent inter-dimensional gateways, used by evil spirits to enter our world
Poster for the film The Men Who Stare At Goats
Poster for the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Gallows
Poster for the film 12 Monkeys
Cristiano Ronaldo in an advertisement for Emporio Armani
Advertisement for Dior
Advertisement for TechnoMarine featuring Arben Bajraktaraj
Poster for the film Stir of Echoes
Advertisement for Louis Vuitton
Poster for the film 127 Hours. This image is both a pyramid with an All-Seeing Eye and a Lakota symbol for Duality; As Above, So Below
Album cover for Skeeter Davis’ I Can’t Believe It’s All Over
Logo for Snapfish by Hewlett-Packard
Cover for God of War video game
2012 London Olympics mascots, Wenlock and Mandeville, ‘monsters’ or ‘aliens’ are demons; W is the 23rd letter of the latin alphabet, an important number in Freemasonry, as the Knights Templar have 23 Grand Masters, M is the 13th letter, another important number in occult symbolism
Poster for the film 1408; in occult symbolism the key represents those properties which unlock the mystical ‘wisdom’ of the occult. It also represents the unlocking of ‘latent psychic powers’, thereby opening the doors to the supernatural realm. In Freemasonry, the symbol of the key is used to convey the importance of the order’s secrets, which are to be kept within the brotherhood alone. The numbers 1+4+0+8=13, 13 is a very important number in Freemasonry
Cover for Pebbles’ single Giving You the Benefit
Cover for Enrique Iglesias’ single Escape
Cover for George Michael’s album Older
Album cover for Tamia’s A Nu Day. The orange ring on her index finger represents Betelgeuse, the star revered by witches, Freemasons and magicians; and which represents Nimrod or Satan. The index finger in her mouth symbolises oral sex
Illustration by Phil Disley for the Wry Society column titled ‘The tax avoider’, featured in How To Spend It magazine. Note the One film and a Tax Bill poster; the man hanging upside down forms an anchor/tau cross (see Symbolic pictures: The cross)
Album cover for Tevin Campbell’s I’m Ready
Cover for Usher’s self-titled debut album
Poster for the film Pecker; note the sunburst behind the statue of Christian goddess Mary on the top left image
Cover for UB40’s album Labour of Love
Matt Damon on the cover of Esquire magazine
Album cover for Pink Floyd’s Pulse
Cover for Bob Marley and the Wailers’ album Catch A Fire
Album cover for Simply Red’s Home. Note the sunburst
Poster for the film Annie Hall
Cover for Nelly Furtado’s single Try. Nelly’s right eye is covered with the eye of a peacock’s feather, hence she is symbolising both the Eye of Ra and the Eye of Horus
David Beckham on the cover of WSJ magazine
Nicole Kidman on the cover of DuJour magazine; note the blue cross on the lower left
Tom Cruise on the cover of Details magazine; note the black cross on his right
Will.i.am on the cover of Fortune magazine. Note the cross on the lower right
Album cover for Aiden Grimshaw’s Misty Eye; note the clock on top of the eye, symbolising sun worship (see Symbolic pictures: Sun worship)
Cover for Dannii Minogue’s single Disremembrance
Andrew Lloyd Webber; the mask represents his alter persona
Sade on the cover of Ebony magazine
Cover for Listen Up The Lives Of Quincy Jones box set; ‘lives of Quincy Jones’ refers to his alter personas/mind control programming (see I see Butterflies everywhere). Quincy was one of Michael Jackson’s handlers
Album cover for Julie Andrews Star!
Cover for Julian Lennon’s single Lookin’ 4 Luv
All-Seeing Eye crop circle found on 25th June, 2010 in Ufton, Warwickshire, England
Alexander O’Neal and Cherelle at the 2011 BET Awards
Album cover for Gregory Abbot’s Sure Feels Good
Logo for BBC Children In Need
Book cover for Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange
Poster for the film Last Flight To Abuja
Cover for Julio Iglesias’ single Crazy
Album cover for K Maro’s Million Dollar Boy
Cover for Nicolette Good’s album Monarch; on the bottom left is Satan with a cross on his chest, and on the bottom right is Samyaza (see Symbolic pictures: The cross, Pagan gods and The Great Deception)
Poster for Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Cover for the book Froi of the Exiles
Lupita Nyong’o poses for Dazed & Confused magazine’s February 2014 issue
Poster promoting the British Academy Film Awards. The light is coming from the sun/sun god/Satan, illuminating the Eye of Ra (sun worship), and shining on man; who has been deceived into worshipping Satan
Pharrell Williams on the cover of Elle UK magazine’s July 2014 issue
Poster for the film Woman Thou Art Loosed
Album cover for 112’s Pleasure & Pain
Cover for Steven Tyler’s single (It) Feels So Good
Advertisement for Project D perfume by Dannii Minogue and Tabitha Somerset
Cover for Chris Brown’s single With You; Chris is wearing a diamond earring, symbolising Jewels programming and identifying him as a Presidential Model Monarch slave; and a chain, symbolising his enslavement
Cover for Lauryn Hill’s single Doo Wop (That Thing)
Cover for Deborah Cox’s single Beautiful U R
Album cover for Tarkan’s Aacayipsin
Poster for The Transformers: The Movie
Cover of Don William’s album Currents
Logo for Securex
Cover for Cheryl Cole’s single Promise This
Cover for Sean Paul’s single Temperature
Vanessa Williams on the cover of Essence magazine
Cover for Backstreet Boys’ single Show ‘Em (What You’re Made Of)
Album cover for Lionel Richie’s Time
Monsters Inc. poster; monsters are demons
Cover for Ruben Studdard’s single Sorry 2004
Album cover for Black Box’ Remix Hits
Cover for Tiffany’s album New Inside
Album cover for Jon B’s Bonafide
Album cover for Raphael Saadiq’s Instant Vintage
Cover for John Mayer’s single Why Georgia
Cover for Jojo’s eponymous album
Cover for Natalie Cole’s single Wild Women Do
Album cover for The Diary of Alicia Keys
Poster for the film Ghostbusters. Ghosts are demons (see Aliens are Demons!)
Poster for the film Frailty
T-Boz and Chilli from TLC
Poster for Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Album cover for Brandy’s Never Say Never
Album cover for the Bee Gees’ One
Poster for Despicable Me 2
Album cover for Overdose’s Hustle or Die (H.O.D)
Album cover for Jeezy’s Seen It All
Cover for Game’s The R.E.D. Album
Poster for the film The Box
Amy Adams on the cover of W magazine
Poster for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Album cover for David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane. Note the blue and red lightning bolt over his right eye; blue and red are colours of duality (see Symbolic pictures: Duality/Black Mass), the lightning bolt represents Satan (Luke 10:18)
Freddie Mercury in a video shoot for The Great Pretender, Britain, 1987
Boyz II Men
Cover for Marc Cohn’s Join the Parade Live Ep
Poster for Jet Li’s Fearless
Alessi’s self-titled album
Crest for DePauw University’s Delta Tau Delta Fraternity
Logo for TomorrowLand music festival
Cover for Jennifer Paige’s single Always You
Michael Douglas on the cover of New York magazine
Danny Devito on the cover of Esquire magazine
Album cover for DC Talk’s Free At Last, 10th Anniversary Special Edition; note the sunburst denoting sun worship, and the cross
Cover for Eric Clapton’s album Complete
John Legend on the cover of Scene magazine
Sergio Ramos photographed for Men’s Health magazine
Album cover for Chanté Moore’s Exposed
Cover for Sting’s album Mercury Falling
Album cover for Kenny Rogers’ Love Songs
Cover for Michael Bolton’s single Can I Touch You…There?
Cover for The Fugees’ album The Score
Cover for Isley Jasper Isley’s single Caravan of Love