Originally posted by bestideayet
Princess Di surrounded by the paparazzi… Not at home, or being charitable, or doing ANYTHING that she was really known for…. She’s SURROUNDED by
paparazzi… Weird choice of drawings…
Ok stumbled onto something VERY interesting with this card, someone else here posted about the triangle symbol on the camera to the right, well did
anyone notice the symbol on the 'ID card'
of the journalist to the left???
I knew I'd seen it before....did a little digging...
These are images from an old & popular japanese Manga called "Beserk!"
(a long-running dark fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Kentaro Miura. )
Seems a lot of misguided fans of this story have gotten this design as tattoo on themselves...for e.g.
Apparently it (the design) is called "The sacrifice of the God Hand"
simply to provide a little context for the above tattoo's name/title & to further clarify the esoteric/religious connotations of all this stuff...
A Behelit is a small, egg-like oval object, with a set of human facial features scattered on its surface—giving the thing a rather disconcerting
appearance. In fact, reference is often made in the story to the fact that the Behelit looks to be a living thing, and it emits a certain aura of
unspecified dread. On occasion, it seems as though one of the Behelit's eyes opens and stares at the examiner, though this is usually quickly
disregarded as merely an illusion.
the crimson Behelit owned by Griffith, leader of the Band of the Hawk is also called the Egg of the Conqueror or Egg of the King, and was given to
Griffith when he was a child by an old fortune teller. It is believed that any one possessing this Behelit is destined to someday rule the world, and
as this is very much in line with Griffith's ambition, he continues to hold on to it.
The word probably comes from the Syriac word "Beherit", a Great Duke of Hell — the r turning into an l is an often-made mistake in localization
The Behelit is actually a key used by mankind to summon the God Hand, a group of immensely powerful, god-like demons, themselves the servants
of a dark God that governs the Berserk universe. A Behelit is not truly found or kept by someone, rather it finds its way to the one fated to possess
it through the manipulation of causality, and tempts the person with the opportunity to be free of their pitiful situation and have their innermost
In all cases, the ritual involved with the creation of a new Apostle or a new addition to the God Hand, happen under the same circumstances. The
mortal possessing the Behelit must feel an intense desire to be free of their ill-stricken situation prompted by the manipulation of causality that
created this scenario. This in turn "awakens" the Behelit (either by being nearby or through blood contact), the human features rearrange themselves
into a face: the eyes open and bleed, and the mouth opens to scream. The God Hand hears and comes, opening a rift to their dimension and invites the
mortal into their fold; tempting him or her with supernatural power and to be rid of their dire circumstance in return for a sacrifice.
In order to properly complete the ceremony, the mortal must agree to sacrifice something (or someone) infinitely precious to him or her.
Only in such a case, the members of God Hand explain, will a high enough price be paid for a mortal to receive the chance to having their dream
realized. Generally, the sacrifice will be family, friends, loved ones, or loyal followers. Normally, the one possessing the Behelit wouldn't
sacrifice his or her loved ones, but will when the Behelit is in the bearer's hand at the right time. That usually happens when the person is
under such emotional distress, he or she will give up anything to escape it. The sacrifice will then be devoured by the denizens of hell while
the one who summoned the God Hand is reborn as an Apostle with a monstrous new form and abilities to match. Amazingly enough, some apostles are
able to maintain at least one remnant of their former humanity despite their transformation such as the Count who refused to sacrifice his daughter
in exchange for the God Hand restoring his former demonic power.
The Brand of Sacrifice
Those marked for sacrifice are branded with the God Hand's Brand of Sacrifice, a laceration marked into their skin, which bleeds and hurts the
victim when in the presence of a demon or demigod. As part of the ceremony, the God Hand calls forth innumerable Apostles to feast upon the
sacrificial offering. None are meant to survive the ritual, but any that do are forever branded, and wherever they may go, they will never know true
peace, as, when night falls, local spirits attempt to overwhelm and reclaim the branded as of their own.
Info on 'The God Hand' (fictional Illuminati cult) from the manga here - berserk.wikia.com...
all this of course reads the same as most 'non-fiction' books about Illuminati, esoteric cults, etc...
finally, I am a follower/true believer of no religions, but appreciate the biblical reference's & symbolism that pops up in the speculated Illuminati
activity, mark of the beast for e.g.
Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD" -Leviticus 19:28
"And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name" -Revelation 13:17
The text goes on to explain how the messages in the 'mark of the beast' verses can be interpreted as describing something along the lines of a
barcode (or chip).
Anyway I just thought "hey I've seen that symbol somewhere before..."
and discovered that the story I'd seen the symbol appear in before is heavily occult/illuminati influenced & that the symbol relates to a sacrifice
for power, demons & stuff & appeared on the Diana card...
which is also a curious reply to another posters suggestion that the card was nothing to do with her unfortunate death...
[edit on 19/6/10 by B.Morrison]