I'm glad you guys enjoyed, makes it worth while putting the effort into a thread when you know other people are interested too.
I just now noticed it.
But the dome on the Capitol building in DC is a giant beehive.
Very interesting... this made me think (probably too much) but I'm sure people here know about the conspiracy of the three city states that control
the Roman Empire -
- City of London (finance)
- Washington DC (military)
- Vatican City (religion)
"The aforementioned city-states listed above are sovereign, corporate entities not connected to the nations they appear to be part of. In other
words, the City of London (that is the square mile within Greater London) is not technically part of Greater London or England, just as Vatican City
is not part of Rome or Italy. Likewise, Washington DC is not part of the United States that it controls.
These sovereign, corporate entities have their own laws and their own identities. They also have their own flags. Seen below is the flag of Washington
DC. Note the three stars, representing the trinity of these three city-states, also known as the Empire of the City. (There is also high esoteric
significance to the number 3.)"
Although I may be reading too much into this, apart from the Capitol building in DC having a beehive so too does London (St Pauls Cathedral) and
Vatican City (St. Peter's Basilica)... all very important buildings to each city. I wish I could post pictures to compare but I'm no longer able to,
if anyone could post these buildings it would be much appreciated.
Also, within the information you outlined, what I found to be most intriguing, was Mormon use of the word Deseret and the Epithet engraved on the
Washington memorial using the word Deseret, both meaning "Bee". I might have to do some research on this when I am so inclined!
This was one of the more surprising finds while looking into this (for me at least), there is a lot of information out there on the Mormons and the
use of Bee symbology, I didn't cover it very well in my OP but I can tell you it's worth looking into... it goes all the way back to the
It would be interesting to see a photo of the symbol at your Uni.... if you ever get the chance of course.
Thanks for a very informative and intersting thread.
I am a beekeeper and a mason.
There were many things in your OP that I did not know. S&F
No problem, it seems this thread was almost made for you
I'm glad there was information that informs (a little more) on your interests.