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Organized Religion and the Occult (Image Analysis)

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posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 11:54 PM
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These are some photos I have taken at a local church.



I have compiled them into one image using photoshop so you can see all of them at once. If you would like to see any of these at a higher resolution please let me know.

One thing in particular caught my eye.



This is the Church where I found these symbols



Most of these I can decipher on my own. However I wouldn't mind any input. Some don't make much sense to me. Is this a code?

Also feel free to share any other images that may contribute to the topic.




posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 12:55 AM
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this is what I could see

left to right, top to bottom;

man upside down, but with a cross on its' head
cross above and waves/water below
2 keys, probably of life and death
"star" of david
special cross
butterfly
irish harp
fish
catholic cross
dove
????
ark and rainbow
menorah
???????
man
alpha and omega
4 leaf clover
????
????
eye in pyramid
anchor
????


as for that one you blew up, I'm not sure, but it looks occult

And, my guess is, it's a catholic church...it has to be.



posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 01:31 AM
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The fish would represent Pisces

The menora-seven golden candlesticks?

The Bird a Pheonix?

Serpent eating it's own tail.

The Crown of thorns or the sun.

The crosses represent the four corners of the earth?

The all Seeing Eye has 3 lines on each direction of the triangle.

Celtic roots?



posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 09:40 PM
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1. fish = what Jesus multiplied to feed the people

2. jewish/israeli symbol

3. ----?

4. serpent eating = occult

5. crown of thorns , could go good or evil there

6. 4 corners...catholic again

7. eye, occult

8. celtic roots? yes, the celts came from israel...



posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 11:26 PM
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I would think that all that symbolism has more to do with who built the church than who attends the church.
You never know.
It could have been built on spec, as part of a development.
They wanted to make something nice so that whoever used it could find an appropriate symbol, someplace.
Just guessing.
And your point is...?




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