Originally posted by Key-Minder
reply to post by Cheesefacedogbone
This picture is showing the restoration of power and wealth back to the Original Knights Templars through the forces of light and signals the end of the corrupt banking system manipulated by the forces of dark.
The 4 stair cases represent the Ancient Masonic 4th degree Royal Arch which stands as the promise of the resurrection, of that which was lost and that it shall be recovered. The original treasures of the Knights Templars who followed Jesus Christ will soon be restored to them.
The black ball in sky is the black sun occult symbol.
Since the torture and burnings of the original/historical Knights Templars, the true warriors for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on April 13th, 1307 by the forces of dark, these dark forces have maintained a strong hold on the banking system and Christianity in general.
Originally posted by lynn112
-The woman in the cube is being lifted into the heavens by the holy trinity. (the three beams of light)
Originally posted by Nventual
I'm sure they'd agree that his feet position on the checkered floor is referencing freemasonry.
I don't know what it all means though.. maybe the bank manager is a freemason and liked the surrealness of it. I doubt there's anything sinister.
The other blatant reference is the guy (Moses) sitting next to the burning bush (God).
Im pretty sure thats Americans Forefathers having an argument or conversation with the present day congress men while you have the `man in black` over seeing it all smirking. And the trench coat I think represents order and discipline for the youth. `sheep`
Originally posted by lynn112
-The men and woman could be some sort of symbol for what keeps from being closer to god. (money, power, etc..)
Originally posted by iamnot
There are some pretty good explanations already. I don't know what more I could add but in the first picture, I do get the sense that the lady of the hidden cross/cube is trying to get average joe's attention to what is going on in the forefront of the picture. He is so distracted with with either the bible or pursuit of knowledge that he isn't aware of what's going on around him.
Realistically, under stress of the global crisis, the political rulers, whose nations are members in the United Nations, will become hardheaded in the light of the worsening world conditions. Ignoring all sentimentality, they will be forced to take drastic, heartless action for the preservation of their political institutions and social, economic structure. They will see that the world empire of false religion is an international nuisance and a hindrance to their emergency operations because of the Babylonish religious beliefs, practices and customs....
Her former lovers, the political and military elements, will realize that those deities of Babylon the Great are helpless and have been of no saving powers to them when prayed to by the priests, chaplains, clergymen and religious potentates of the world empire of false religion. Those political and military elements will feel deceived, tricked, fooled and will lose respect for worldly religion. They will not have to turn Communist in order to “hate the harlot,” but will simply turn radical and thus be able to cooperate with “godless Communism” in doing away with the hypocritical religious organization....
We can imagine what this will mean to the Vatican and its Basilica of Saint Peter, to the religious cathedrals, churches, mosques, temples, synagogues, shrines, and to other religious structures! We can imagine what is in store for those who officiate in impressive vestments in those religious buildings. Let not Christendom imagine that she will escape because she parades before the world in the name of Christ. She, too, has played the religious “harlot” like her mother, Babylon the Great. The friendship that she has cultivated and maintained with the political and military elements of this world will fail her. She will be shocked at finding that adulterous friendship with this world made her an “enemy of God” and of his Christ.
Originally posted by Praxilla
Has anyone been to any of the BJ's Restaurants? One just opened up here locally, and we tried it out the other day. They brew some of their own beers that they have on tap. The restaurant has a rather straight-forward open design plan, nice, kinda male-clubby looking. On the back wall there is a very large mural that reminded me of the Denver murals. It's of people working in a large wheat field. There is a very communistic feel to the painting. The last time we were there for lunch, while my hubby went to wash his hands, I overheard another table commenting on the mural saying they thought the same about it. I couldn't really find a good picture of it online, but next time I go there I'll take one myself. I wonder who the artist is as well, I'll try and find out.