posted on Apr, 12 2005 @ 06:21 PM
Originally posted by syntaxer
I understand your pain Nygdan. I understand it's a difficult concept for you to accept, a concept that involves our president George W. Bush
worshiping anti-christian idols
I don't care about that. What makes the Owl Statue a statue of the ammonite god Moloch, that is what I don't understand. Moloch isn't associated
Face it Boheiman grove is surrounded by acts of evil, acts of pure satanism, just take a look at all the happy festive decorations
Fine with me, but what parts of the decorations are associated with Moloch, as opposed to say, dionysus or set?
that's actually supposed to be the spider that wove the webs on the dollar bill.
Spider? I thought it was just an owl. Afterall, its not really so 'hidden', and who cares about an owl right? Also, the owl is the symbol of
Athena and wisdom, so why not have it right?
Hmm, i dunno, looks like it could go either way.
Lemme take some photos and upload.....
Here is a 60x picture
Here is a 200x picture
I think it does indeed look like a spider.
here is a crop from the 60 with some outlines, legs in black, body in red
Could be an owl, but i am inclined to think its a spider. I've never heard of it being a spider tho, its allways been refer to as the 'hidden owl on
the dolla bill'. Interesting.
The owl can rotate its head 360 degrees and can see in the dark
The owl can't rotate its head 360degrees or anything like that. Its flexible but not that flexible, and it can't, strictly speaking, see in the
dark, it just has very good eyesight so it can see in low light.
that is why they have represented Moloch in the form of the owl - they like how the owl can see everything just like they like the all seeing
Why is Moloch now associated with the all seeing eye?