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Originally posted by Pictnation
Man why is everyone so scared of a pentagram????
Its was used for centuries before Chritianity came and pronouced it a tool of devil worship.
Here is what a pentagram really means.......
The bottom left point = sight
The top left point = taste
The top point = speech
The top right point = hearing
The bottom right point = touch.
The circle drawn around them indicates the soul/spirit that all these sense's belong to.
Waken up people and drop the 'bad occult' thing for there is no bad occult as all people who now practise the craft abide by the rule of three.
Originally posted by goose
but something I find even more interesting is that the goddess of the underworld Persephone statue is on top of the White House.
Statue of Freedom" is a bronze statue by Thomas Crawford that is located atop the dome of the United States Capitol in Washington, DC. "Freedom" is a female allegorical figure who holds a sheathed sword in her right hand and a laurel wreath of victory and the shield of the United States with thirteen stripes in her left hand. She wears a helmet adorned with stars and an eagle's head. A brooch inscribed "U.S." secures her fringed robes. She stands on a cast-iron globe encircled with the national motto, E Pluribus Unum. The lower part of the base is decorated with fasces and wreaths. Ten bronze points tipped with platinum are attached to her headdress, shoulders, and shield for protection from lightning. The bronze statue stands 19 feet 6 inches (6 m) tall and weighs approximately 15,000 pounds (6,800 kg). Her crest rises 288 feet (88 m) above the east front plaza.
For many years, most people thought that "Freedom" was a Native American figure because of the eagle feathers on her helmet and the difficulty of seeing her from ground level. Others have mistaken her for a representation of Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom and war.
A monumental statue for the top of the national Capitol appeared in Architect Thomas U. Walter's original drawing for the new cast-iron dome, which was authorized in 1855. Walter's drawing showed the outline of a statue representing "Liberty"; Crawford proposed an allegorical figure of "Freedom triumphant in War and Peace".
Originally posted by Omega85
if the pentagram's apex is pointing to the top then it is a sighn of protection, and of the goddess.
if it is inverted then yes is it meant apparently to be a sighn of devil worship ,
Originally posted by thehumbleone
You might find what you're looking for here:theforbiddenknowledge.com...
Pretty scary stuff.
Originally posted by malganis
On another note, Masonic Light your info is interesting and I have heard it many times before. Where did you get it from, or do you know a site which goes into it?