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posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 04:55 AM
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To all those great problem solvers, issue raiser, information gatherers and those who enlighten us and prove the truth beyond question should be rewarded for this contribution separately to the common S+F.

They should be given The Illuminati symbol.

This will encourage a greater truth and a more informative ideology to the board.

I can only ask you ATS to consider and hopefully the seed will be planted


All the best




posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 05:11 AM
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What is the Illuminati symbol?

To be fair, and given the fact that the Illuminati have -shall we say- a negative rep, it's not going to enhance any discussion in any way.

Whatsoever...


Much love...



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 05:18 AM
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Illuminaty symbol is the pyramid with the eye if i recall correctly



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 05:25 AM
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It's the Pyramid and the Eye, it may have bad press but it's universally used symbol.

I suppose it's the concept of the idea that's important, perhaps less controversial would be a Spyglass.




posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 05:29 AM
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Woohoo.... what did I win?



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 05:42 AM
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These are the signs of the Illuminati.



And they rub it in our faces.

Go back in history to how old these are and you will find how old the Illuminati are.

Edited to add: The Eagle was used in America instead of the phoenix.

[edit on 7-7-2010 by Quickfix]



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 09:46 AM
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Originally posted by DutchBigBoy
Illuminaty symbol is the pyramid with the eye if i recall correctly


You mean like this?



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 12:48 PM
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the eye supposed to be on top



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 02:18 PM
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reply to post by Seventytwo
 


I agree with the op. The symbol if the Illuminati would be apropreate. It a symbol for people who sought inlightenment, and knowlage, and as such, were often looked upon in a "bad light" for following beliefs that flew in the face of conventional wisdom. Very apropreate.

I second this motion, (I know that is not the way things are done on this site) and applaude all those who continue to seek wisdom.




posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 02:20 PM
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In a bizarre kind of way, those of us, who do strive hard to uncover hidden truths and share alternative perspectives, are in an odd fashion doing the work of and for the illuminists.

We do after all raise that level of awareness and expose people to knowledge in regards to the world and it’s rulers and control grid that is empowering…however more often than not, those people learning of these things, don’t per say put that knowledge to practical use in the form of actions.

Most typically the average person just learns how to live with and accept this added dimension to reality.

So in a bizarre way, not only are many of us, technically illuminists, but probably end up doing as much to advance the New World Order as the New World Order does.

It’s scary to say, because that is not most people’s intention. Yet, the age old adages always hold true, if the shoe fits where it, so I don’t know.

I can say though, I really don’t want an illuminist’s badge!



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 03:52 PM
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now this is one for the books. what is the symbol? well now for for the answer, look on back of the dollar bill, that is the US dollar bill. Now on he left side see the pyramid with the all seeing eye, that is just one symbol , for there is not just one, but many. How many i could not say, for they always change take on new ones abandon old ones, just too keep us of guard, for when one is found out they move on.



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 11:13 PM
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Sorry Traveler, we do all seek truth and therefore a kind of enlightenment, but there are many paths to get there and the illuminati and other European Masonics have taken the route of selling their souls to get there. Not for me. I said it's not worth any cost or price of admission I'd have to pay to get there when I found out what Ludiferians were all about. NO GO. That's not enlightenment, that's a just a quick path to avoid the long way round and it ultimately requires the sacrifice of other innocent people to get there. That's not enlightenment and this two bit carny can find another mark.



posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 03:49 AM
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The Illuminati symbol symbolises enlightenment for the new age, the use of this on the great seal was for this positive reasons.

the builders of the pyramids were the masons others construct their archetypes upon and just like Alchemy is frowned upon so is truth..

members who go the extra mile surly should be rewarded?

Some people like to blow out the candles while others like to see the way.



posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 10:42 AM
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Exactly my point.
There is no "1" symbol.
There is a widley recognised symbol that is attributed to the "Illuminati" and I agree with you - I'm sure there are many symbols in plan sight, only recoginised by the few who know what to look for.

To seventytwo - so you reckon posters should be 'awarded' the eye&pyramid for a particularly insightful post?
Mate, to be honest, alot of people would take huge offence at that. If you know you are 'enlightened' or have woken up - the knowledge in itself it sufficient as a 'reward'.
Even still - becoming enlightened is just the beginning and merits no reward. It sort of seems to me like "...ah good post - you're obviously awakened - have a Mars bar"

I still say a simple star to show agreement is all that's needed.


Much love...



posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 01:18 PM
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we as humans have got to the point were we need a symbol to show who and what we believe in. if it be a flag, a picture, a saying, list list is indeed endless. What if one day we just put away all of symbols, would it change who and what we are? just a thought.



posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 03:20 PM
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I'm encouraged by the good sense I see in most responses this OP. In all ages we as humans do use symbols to represent those things that language don't easily convey. I agree with the last post who said "can't we get past that to a point where we don't rely on symbols (paraphrase) to express our human feelings or "enlightented" thoughts. I think language can express most of what we need to express.

Symbols are useful; they're also dangerous, in that they open doors to rooms or worlds that are not ours - not ruled by us.

I am in no ways a devout or worthy Christian, but I am the son of one who was and my heart still is. He will always a be a much better man than I. In this sense, I remain a Christian and "enlightenment" is simply to be worthy to stand in the presence of God and humility is may not be the ticket, but it is the attribute one must continually embrace to maintain that.

All new age religion is in some way built on the foundation of hubris, whether it's luciferian ideology or tranhumanism; the point is to become more than human, essentially a god.

This is not my in my job description, and despite the many, many shortcomings of organized religions through the ages, the teachings nearly universally do not preach that we ARE god, but that god can be in us. The metaphor (which I think for the most part is as good as any symbol) is that we can become the best of what it means to a human being. I'm not going to prosyletize here, nor do I anywhere, but I have seen things that witness to other powers, other worlds that we stand on the threshold of from time to time. They're not all good; they do speak of powers beyond us and they do whisper of powers accessible to us. The problem is any part of our humanity we relinquish we become less human and I have seen the most incredibly inspiring acts come from people who stand rooted in their humanity, their fallibility, their humility and the possession of the things we need not symbols, but actions to manifest: kindness, generosity, selflessness - in short, heroism. Stay human. Make if mean something better by your actions. You do not need esoteric knowledge to get there.



posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 03:33 PM
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Before I sign out of here, I forget to say I actually do agree with most of what you say PT, especially that "you're not sure you'd WANT an illuminati badge. To quote John Belushi (I thnk) "Badges, we don't need no stinkiing badges!" Be well!



posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 03:53 PM
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One last post before I sign off. I was just looking at Sevenyttwo's avatar and noticed something I think is very revealing - or at least possibly so, as far as these things go or can go.

The MkUltra program and Monarch, if that component exists and I think it does, was focused in some elements on the splitting of a subject's personality to create the "perfect agent" or assassin. Most of you know this was based on disassociation or the creating of an "alter". Does seventytwo's mirrored alter somehow reflect (feel like that's a bad pun here) him revealing - as the illuminati tends to do - exactly what they would do if they get their hooks into you?

I'm still in the process of researching and trying to understand what groups like the masons and lluminati are in terms of where they fit into the landscape of elites that do daily try to wield power over this society - financial, military, media, etc. So I don't know where to fit the Illuminati into this social power matrix as of yet, and that's the real point of any secret society worth mentioning is that they are SECRET. Why? What point is there in a democratic society for secrecy?

You can make a good argument that for the intel agencies at least some amount of secrecy is paramount and I don't deny them that, but only enough secrecy to get their job done and over the years they have expanded the definition of "security clearance" and classification to an extent that threatens the foundation of the Constitution. That may be too worldly a discussion for here, but it's not totally irrelevant.

The most salient point here is: "What does your avatar symbolize seventytwo?" Like I said, I'm not a hardcore evangelical, but it looks for all the world to me like, like . . . I dunno . . . could it be SATAN?



posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 03:54 PM
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Symbols can also cause confusion when people rely too heavily on pre-conditioned associations to them - particularly negative ones.

I can't tell you how many people these days prejudge me based on their usage and understanding of visual images and don't even take the time to walk up and ask "Hey - I notice you're showing the alll seeing eye/runic script/esoteric symbol - what does that mean to you?"

They just "google it" and then my individuality is lost up in a sea of propaganda, misconception and horrible "by the way" associations and propaganda against Illuminists. I cease to be an individual and end up as a stereotype of the worst sort. It's very lonely because of how people condition themselves these days to believe and react to such things.

If they just take the time to get to know the person...




Anything that places walls between people is more dangerous than a symbol.

No one deserves to become a scapegoat because of their belief systems and personal imagery.

It's not what you wear, it's what you do that should be the hallmark of judgement.

Most of my good deeds go unrecognized because so many people can't get over the imagery.



posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 05:33 AM
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Originally posted by ghostpigeon
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
 


Sorry Traveler, we do all seek truth and therefore a kind of enlightenment, but there are many paths to get there and the illuminati and other European Masonics have taken the route of selling their souls to get there. Not for me. I said it's not worth any cost or price of admission I'd have to pay to get there when I found out what Ludiferians were all about. NO GO. That's not enlightenment, that's a just a quick path to avoid the long way round and it ultimately requires the sacrifice of other innocent people to get there. That's not enlightenment and this two bit carny can find another mark.


^^ The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus...

The Eye of Horus, or pyramid capstone with a left eye at it's center axis is not a symbol of enlightenment. The symbol its self is meaningless, it's just a key.

When mediated upon properly, our unconscious mind begins to comprehend the sacred geometry behind it and unlocks our minds eye to traverse the multi-verse.

But as we have long forgotten that, people idolize the symbol and refuse to let it go as their subconscious has a connection to it.



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