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Originally posted by Xenophobe
I found an image on the reverse of the US Dollar that resembles a King Cobra. I don't put much significance into this kind of pareidolia, (Rorschach or Freud might have begged to differ). But, I thought it'd be interesting to post the image, and see if anyone else sees what I see.
Originally posted by rxnnxs
well i found that there is the head of y bull hidden behind the flag..
for me it looks like a satanic symbol. the bull cant see anything and has a basket to eat.. also his ears are lowered as if he wont hear to much..
reminds me of the three apes..
anyway, it looks loke this to me:
i was just seeing this as i watched the first voutube video and saw the eagle from the side. it looks really like a bull that was even used in egypt and greek times and i think the omega sign is also just coming from a bulls head....
and for me this OE looks like a falling BOMB!
fits to DIE and so on..
[edit on 10/9/2007 by rxnnxs]
Originally posted by forestlady
Um, 1776 is also the date of the American Revolution and the year that the U.S. was established. Those are Roman numerals.
Originally posted by uberarcanist
Wow, this is huge.
The Burney Relief is most likely a depictation of the Babylonian deity Ereshkigal.
Originally posted by scientist
Sekhemet, could you refer me to a single source citing Moloch as an owl, without using Alex Jones, InfoWars, PrisonPlanet, etc. as a source?
Until recently, I also though Moloch = Owl, but I have yet to see any link whatsoever, since I tried looking. In every single reference, Moloch = Bull/Human.
From ancient Athens, the silver four-drachma coin bore the image of the owl on the obverse side as a symbol of the city's patron, Athene Pronoia, the Greek goddess of wisdom who, in an earlier incarnation, was goddess of darkness. The owl -- whose modern scientific name Athene carries this heritage -- came to represent wisdom from its association with the dark (Saunders 1995). The owl was also the guardian of the Acropolis (Holmgren 1988), and the Roman statesman Pliny the Elder wrote that owls foretell only evil and are to be dreaded more than all other birds (Rackham 1997, as recounted in Martin 1996).
The demoness Lilith is thought to have been associated with (screech) owls as well, by way of the KJV translation of the passage in Isaiah 34:14. Prior to the rise of Islam, owls were considered bad omens and associated with evil spirits in most Middle Eastern pagan traditions. In modern times, although such superstitions are less prevalent, owls are still popularly considered "evil" because of their fierce, horrific appearance.
Phosphoros, the "light-bringer," is one of Her most common titles, and probably is linked to Her most important image in art, that of torch-bearer. Other deities were sometimes portrayed carrying a single torch, but few were identified so clearly with torches or commonly bore two of them. The actual function that She serves in this case is uncertain, however. The popular view is that this symbolizes Hekate as Moon-Goddess, but the evidence is very weak for Her having such a role before the third century B.C.E., and far from prominent at any time. It is more likely that the title and torches were originally, and continued to be primarily, associated with a guiding and attendant role in Mysteries and thus the function was related to, if not identical with, that of Propolos.
An interesting point is that Phosphoros was also the Greek name for the "morning star," or the planet Venus when it is in the early morning sky. Venus was called Hesperos when in the early evening sky. These two "stars," the brightest objects in the sky other than the sun and moon, could be said to herald the end and beginning of night. As one known genealogy had Hekate as a daughter of Nux, Goddess of Night, could the two "stars" be Hekate's torches?
Originally posted by DocMoreau
Yeah I don't know where Alex Jones got Molech from...
I think it is more likely that the owl at BG and used in 'American" symbolism relates to Hekate, Lilith, Athena, Venus... ?
Originally posted by Moistur
whats the point in all of this? why would the illumanati take so much time and effort to embed our currency with all this symbolism. ?
Originally posted by DodgeG1
I'm very confused about this whole Moloch thing, some people say it's a owl some people say it's half man half bull. Will we ever find out the truth
Also why worship a statue
What I did find quite funny in this thread, which I don't believe anyone has pointed out yet? Is that in this pic you can clearly see the person on the left is waking up a devil sign with his hand.
Originally posted by DeltaNine
Maybe they can laugh about it but WHY? It would just cost them money, time and effort.
"Oh I say. Let's put things into the currency NOONE else can see!"
"Good idea! I'll get the staff training meetings set up so ALL OF US BUT ONLY US can see it!"
I feel there isn't anything there.