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One eye and Pudsey Bear, the BBC's "Children in Need" mascot


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PUDSEY BEAR – the mascot for the BBC's charity "Children In Need" - has one eye covered up. The original 1985 logo featured numerous triangles, which is a Freemasonic symbol, and is reminiscent of the Kabbalistic YOD in a triangle; also the eye in the triangle of the US Great Seal, and similar to MI5's former logo. Note the black triangles on Pudsey's red bandana, and the 3 red triangles at each corner. Inverted red triangles denoted imprisoned Masons in Nazi Germany. 

 

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