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Old 16-02-2007, 06:04 AM   #1
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Default Illuminati Symbolism in your home town

Melbourne where I live is replete with Illuminati symbolism, I have been starting a collection of photgaraphs to document them and will post them here.

Everybody needs to become more symbol literate(including me), so here is a good place to post analyse, discuss and learn.

Please post any good symbolism pics you find with a brief description of where it's from and your interpretation.

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Old 16-02-2007, 06:29 AM   #2
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This is a photo I took the other day of a sign near my home.



This is a brilliant example of Illuminati symbolism on so many different levels.
First of all is the obvious, Illuminated all seeing eye of Horus above the pyramid. Now just because you cant see the whole of the pyramid doesn't mean it's not there, it just needs to be suggested and the brain does the rest. The blue line at the bottom is the base and the two yellow lines that mark the parking space is the sides of the pyramid. the mans legs could be interpreted as a pyramid also, or maybe the capstone.

Next, if you notice behind the man there are two pillars one to each side of him supporting the message of the sign, these are Jachin and Boaz or the two pillars of Freemasonry, originally from Solomans temple. Another famous recent and rather dramatic representation of the two pillars was the twin towers. This is also the basis of the Hegelian dialect or more commonly known as problem/reaction/sollution. For more reading on this have a look here .. http://www.google.com/search?q=jachi...en-US:official

Finally, If you look at the bottom right hand corner of the sign you'll see an inverted pentagram which is the symbol of the Victorian Police Force.

Any other comments or observations welcome.

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Old 16-02-2007, 06:41 AM   #3
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I see a five sided star in the wheel of the Right car, also the number 5 appears 3 times, 5 pyramids or rays of sun the victoria police star has 5 sides and the right wheel, also park spelled backwards is KRAP, a subliminal telling you to ignore it.

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Old 16-02-2007, 06:47 AM   #4
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I see a five sided star in the wheel of the left car, also the number 5 appears 3 times, 5 pyramids or rays of sun the victoria police star has 5 sides and the right wheel, also park spelled backwards is KRAP, a subliminal telling you to ignore it.
He he, I like your thinking oneofmany. Good stuff!
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Old 16-02-2007, 06:53 AM   #5
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Here are some more logos from around Melbourne, they pretty much speak for themselves.





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He he, I like your thinking oneofmany. Good stuff!
I've noticed symbols my whole life. When I started my apprenticeship, years ago, they give you a test where they give you 1 symbol and four alternates, and you have to choose the mirror image of the 1st symbol. we had 50 of these questions and then some basic maths to finish. When they marked mine, they stopped after the symbols because I was the first person in this guys 15 years of giving the test to ever have every one correct. I didn't even know that i was good at it until then.
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Old 16-02-2007, 07:00 AM   #7
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Interesting note on the last pic posted of the Commonwealth games logo, this is of course the symbol of freemasonry.



And also the State of Victoria's logo with the inverted pyramid and Victoria the place to be. This is classic freemason speak as in a must be and also the bee hive which is highly symbolic in Freemasonry.

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Here are some more logos from around Melbourne, they pretty much speak for themselves.





I done that test at the Master Builders of NSW
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Old 16-02-2007, 07:18 AM   #9
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This ones a beauty, it's our own Bolte bridge named after an ex Victiorian Premier Henry Bolte. It's a great example of the two pillars or twin towers reflected nicley in the water(feminine) .
At nightime there is also two red lights on top of them which flash intermitently between the two which is highly significant.




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I done that test at the Master Builders of NSW
Did they also teach you the handshake

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Did they also teach you the handshake

no, just the trade. but it would be a good party trick
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Old 16-02-2007, 07:50 AM   #12
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If you notice the chap shaking Howards hand is with his left hand giving the sign of a fellow of the craft, Blue lodge (second degree)

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Old 16-02-2007, 07:53 AM   #13
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Haha ....a man after my own heart. I collect illuminati logos - I have HUNDREDS of them.
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This is Melbournes Citylink tollway which is very interesting, this is the Gateway to Melbourne from the airport. You have to drive under a huge phallis to enter the city which is letting you know in no uncertain terms who the true owners of Melbourne are.

This is a photo I took yesterday, unfortunately we're in drought at the moment so the reflecting pool is empty, but you get the picture.



Heres another shot off the net.




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Old 16-02-2007, 08:27 AM   #15
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This is Melbourne Central shopping centre. It's a glass spherical pyramid built around the old shot tower. I still haven't quite worked this one out totally myself, so am open to suggestions.








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Heres the homepage of my town in Denmark, check out the logo. Its not a big town but they make sure they got it all covered dont they?
http://www.thisted.dk
(how do I post pics from my own computer btw, sorry im new to this)

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Heres the homepage of my town in Denmark, check out the logo. Its not a big town but they make sure they got it all covered dont they?
http://www.thisted.dk
(how do I post pics from my own computer btw, sorry im new to this)
Pollock first you save the pic you want by right clicking on it and selecting save image as.. Then go to http://imageshack.us/ select browse and choose the file from your computer where you saved it. Then select upload, once the file is uploaded highlight with your curser the link Hotlink for forums (1)cut it then paste the link in to your post. If you have trouble with photos that are to big or taking up too much room this is a very good program for resizing your photos to any size you like. http://www.irfanview.com/main_download_engl.htm

PM if you have any problems and I'll be happy to oblige.
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This is Melbourne Central shopping centre. It's a glass spherical pyramid built around the old shot tower. I still haven't quite worked this one out totally myself, so am open to suggestions.





possibly the "enlightened phallus" or the golden penis of Osiris Whatever it is, it definitely has some sexual energy going on there
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Old 16-02-2007, 09:25 AM   #19
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Interesting story about the old Coops shot tower, back in the eighteen nineties it was used for making the lead shot for shot guns. They would drop the molten lead from the top of the tower and by the time it reached the bottom it was cooled and perfectly formed.

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so it wasn't shooting blanks
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