It is interesting that the eye on those flags looks very human and not very god-like.
I am not a conspiracy expert but before I get knee-deep in this thread I wanted to give my first impressions of what the symbol seems to represent.
Granted, from what I've heard the "all-seeing eye" is meant to be a reference to God/perfection or at least what he represents to the people of
planet earth. If you could summarize one true god with a symbol, it would definately be the all-seeing eye.
In alot of ways it also appears to represent the mysteriousness of the energy that represents god, and in this example the human-looking appearance of
the eye and socket are simply representative of judgement/justice in the sense that many people tend to think of god as having human-esk emotions and
thought processes. IMO, the symbol is very well designed in that the individual elements within the symbol represent something entirely different
than what they depict but they're designed such that anyone on the planet can look at the symbol and understand what it is meant to represent.
It is interesting how symbols, in general, can contain so much more information than they seem to at first.
A while back I discovered an old NASA document that was written in 1979 called SP-419 SETI: The
Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
I eventually foun the part that sais " INTERSTELLAR COMMUNICATION ALTERNATIVES" Within THIS
section of the publication. Which talks about how symbols would be the perfect means of communication with a potential extraterrestrial civilization.
I apply this to this thread just to convey how a wealth of information can be represented within one symbol. Usually a single symbol has various
elements and if you can understand one of those you can understand the others.. And, thus, decode the symbol's true meaning.
Another interesting publication is this one - Written by Carl Pomerance from Bell Labs-Lucent Technologies [PDF available from Dartmouth College's
Prime Numbers and the Search for
It is interesting that prime numbers would have an application that makes communication transparently simple. Especially so, since many
cryptographic systems, designed to hide messages from unauthorized
recipients, are also based on prime numbers. And it was not so long ago that prime numbers were merely the province of the curious, with no
discernible applications at all.
So, at least in this sense it is plausible that there could be an encoded message within the All-seeing eye we haven't discovered yet. Exactly how
many prime numbers are encoded within the symbol I would have no idea. But if you look at it for a moment you can see a few obvious ones.
As for the pyramids, some scientists have come forward challenging the status quo by presenting their own evidence that the actual age of the Great
Pyramid of Giza is much much older than originally thought. One that I know of very well is Robert Schoch
just because I heard about him on an old episode of "Beyond Reality Radio" when he was a guest once.
Here's a little more about him from his website:
Dr. Robert M. Schoch, a full-time faculty member at the College of General Studies at Boston University since 1984, earned his Ph.D. (1983) in
Geology and Geophysics at Yale University. He also holds an M.S. and M.Phil. in Geology and Geophysics from Yale, as well as degrees in Anthropology
(B.A) and Geology (B.S.) from George Washington University.
He wrote about his conclusion on the age of the Sphinx in a book he wrote called "Voices of the Rocks". I do not have an excerpt directly from that
book but I did find an article that summarized his findings HERE
at the "Morien Institute"
website (I've never heard of the organization).
he feels that the structure is likely to be several millennia older than many Egyptolgists have hitherto supposed. He gives his reasons for
concluding this in great detail in his controversial book "Voices of the Rocks", and has become for many the definitive expert on the dating of the
Great Sphinx on the Giza plateau.
He believes that the primary method of erosion on the Sphinx was water, which he talks about more in "Voices of the Rocks".
I have another book he wrote called "The Parapsychology Revolution" which I thought was well-written and thought-provoking. Got it after I heard
about him on the aforementioned radio show.
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