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Originally posted by Alushe
But the power isn't inherent in the symbol itself. The stars and stripes on the flag have a completely different effect on the average middle easterner than on the average american.
The power is in what the symbol represents to people.
Originally posted by george_gaz
reply to post by italkyoulisten
Give me a break! You seriously think the director was like "Woody ... just stand here so that the traditional door looks like a masonic symbol."
Please ... mate ... get a grip because this is almost laughable
Not to mention the fact that it doesn't look like a masonic symbol because ... it is just a door and Woody happened to stand in it in that way (or be placed there in that way). Not everythng has to be a conspiracy.
I didn't rip on the pyramid did I? So don't bring that up to try to justify the fact that you think a plain door is an NWO symbol.
The shop stocked a lot of weird items and I am sure that if I went through the movie frame by frame that I could find other inaccurate symbols. It is a pyramid, it doesn't even have an eye on it.
There is a lot of value in some of the other pictures shown where clear symbolism has been used and those warrant investigation. However, let us look at why they have been used. Possibly it is because every director is a shape shifting reptile. Or ... most likely, it is because the director knows that occult symbolism creates mystery and so adopted it for a part of the movie to get people on edge.
Not every single occult symbol is an indication that a person is in with the occult or the NWO.
Originally posted by italkyoulisten
reply to post by muzzleflash
I will have to disagree with you here and agree with Akoostikreiki. Symbols do have power. Symbols draw their power from the people.
Take for example the symbol of the American Flag. It can have a great effect on people [for example, instill patriotism] and yet it is just a piece of cloth with some shapes and colors on it.