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Old 23-01-2008, 09:03 PM   #281
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Temple Newsam

Temple Newsam is a stately home and a former estate of The Knights Templar. It used to be the home of the 80,000 capacity Leeds Festival until riots caused it to be moved, but this ole house has watched over performances by Eminem, Marilyn Manson etc

The Sphinx Gates


The Little Temple


Stables
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Old 23-01-2008, 09:15 PM   #282
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Domes, pyramids, a statue of liberty type figure and a Loomie-Branded hotel


Pyramid with no capstone (also overlooking Millenium Sq)


Reptilian coloured hands by the Civic Hall, a place of power, pointing to Town Hall, a symbol of the citizens. The politicians mould the people?
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Old 23-01-2008, 09:18 PM   #283
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The Leeds Club - 3 Albion Place

3 Albion Place occupies a special place in the hearts and minds of Yorkshire’s leaders. A hidden gem, this magnificent Grade 2 listed Victorian building in the heart of Leeds was the networking hub of professional life in the city for almost 150 years. Now, beautifully restored and reinvigorated, it is once again making an impact as the conference and meeting venue in Leeds and “the place where leaders meet”.

It is also the home to a number of leading organisations and the elite members' club


It's the building on the left with the pyramid and the eye
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Old 23-01-2008, 10:05 PM   #284
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My class at flower decoration school have been invited to decorate at the freemason lodge here in trondheim, I will definately bring my camera


http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilde:F..._Trondheim.jpg
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Old 24-01-2008, 12:37 AM   #285
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Default Cottingley Towers, Leeds

A view of Cottingley Towers from above, the pyramid building was formally known as the Sphinx...

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Formally The Sphinx...
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Towers on dome, viewed from Elland Road, notice the marker stone
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Old 24-01-2008, 01:11 AM   #286
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Default hands - millenuim square leeds

Nine Towers 11 hands


More Hands

In Distress

Hands facing town Hall, over water

Titanium Capstone

Cacoon & "service Tower"


owl on obelisk
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Old 24-01-2008, 01:20 AM   #287
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Default The Handshake, Briggate, Leeds

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Old 24-01-2008, 02:01 AM   #288
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Not sure if these are illuminati inspired but interesting designs to say the least.

Former English, Scottish and Australian Bank, north-east corner of Collins and Queen Streets Melbourne now ANZ banking museum. Architect - William Wardel




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Old 24-01-2008, 02:13 AM   #289
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The Shrine of Remembrance - Melbourne
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Old 24-01-2008, 12:01 PM   #290
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My class at flower decoration school have been invited to decorate at the freemason lodge here in trondheim, I will definately bring my camera


http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilde:F..._Trondheim.jpg
Oh yes, please take your camera and don't forget to share the pictures with us
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Old 24-01-2008, 12:45 PM   #291
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Default The Merrion Centre, Leeds

A fairly boring shopping centre with some odd stuff

This is The Androgyne by Glen Hellman:



The shopping centre is built close to the site of Leeds first synagogue




Below are some pictures of animated props, which were originally used on the film set of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang:




An animated Time Machine was removed from the Merrion Centre a few years ago, this was also designed by Rowland Emett. Now here's a curious thing, back in the 1980's a film crew used to attend a nightclub upstairs. To film a disco event for the TV called Hitman & Her, the opening theme tune was called "cacoon" by timerider. Another curious thing, on the lower level of the merrion centre, directly underneath the animated Time Machine was a little
nightclub called Le Phonographique. Many of the folks that used to visit it
then went on to be quite famous in the music industry. Marc Almond & Soft Cell, The Abrasive Wheels & the Sisters of Mercy.

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Old 24-01-2008, 11:54 PM   #292
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Default Leeds as Giza pt I

Leeds Civic Hall is the seat of local government in the city. Opened by King George V, it sits at the top of Millenium Square, a seemingly nondescript public square which was opened on 30 Apr 2001 by Nelson Mandella as part of Leeds’ millennium celebration


Image shows one of the Portland stone twin towers of the Civic Hall. The first stage is surrounded by Corinthian columns rising to a bell tower capped by a pediment. On the top of the final stage, an obelisk shaped spire, and a gilt bronze owl sits


Further owls stand atop obelisks in the square, watching over the crowds who flock there to see acts such as the Kaiser Chiefs and Bryan Adams, and watch football on the big screen.


The overall design of the building incorporates many pyramids

So here we have an important civic building which happens to have a few Egyptian/Occult symbols connected to it. It's hardly the Great Pyramid of Giza is it? For example, if you stood in front of the Great Pyramid of Khafre and looked to your left, you'd see the Great Pyramid of Khufu, with its famous missing capstone.


If you stand in front the Civic Hall and look to your left, do you see a pyramid with a missing capstone?
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Old 24-01-2008, 11:57 PM   #293
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Default Leeds as Giza pt II

Ok, it's a bit of a coincidence, but hardly Giza. If you stood in front of the Great Pyramid of Khafre and looked at 1 o'clock, you'd see the famous Sphinx



If you stand in front of the Civic Hall and look at 1 o'clock, you obviously wouldn't see a sphinx! You wouldn't see a big body with a raised head with an entrance under the head with paw-like ornamental plinths at either side of the entrance!





Now look at the relative locations of Leeds Civic Hall/Great Pyramid of Khafre, Leeds Institute/Great Pyramid of Khufu (missing capstone) and the Great Sphinxes of Leeds and Giza

Leeds


Giza
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Old 25-01-2008, 07:32 PM   #294
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I don't know how to isolate the logo for Liverpool capital of culture 2008 so I will attach website link for you to view. The logo is littered all over the city and the zero in the 08 is the serpent devouring its tail oruborus I think. Everything is purple and orange, very dark I think.

http://www.liverpool08.com/News/Arch..._Liverpool.asp
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Old 31-01-2008, 03:51 PM   #295
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Default Illuminati symbolism is Ferris Wheels

This is all put out by Matthew Delooze. I HIGHLY recommend his article:
http://www.matthewdelooze.co.uk/read...?article_id=33

Example:
Paris Ferris wheel:


Illuminati Pyramid:


Illuminati Ferris wheel:


Closer look of the pyramid's eye:




To understand what the Ferris Wheel actually IS, why it is appearing EVERYWHERE and what it DOES, read this article by Matthew Delooze:
http://www.matthewdelooze.co.uk/read...?article_id=33


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Old 23-02-2008, 01:32 PM   #296
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A pyramid/obelisk like thing in Caerphilly town centre.

http://img518.imageshack.us/img518/2...philly2zq9.jpg

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Old 23-02-2008, 05:19 PM   #297
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I took pictures of this crests in the fremason lodge here in Trondheim



And this banner


Unfortunately didn't have time to take pictures of all of them.
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Old 05-03-2008, 05:53 AM   #298
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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.

Jimi

thanks Jimi, now you have me looking out for symbols in Melbourne wherever i go!

q. what is with the huge owl statue near the docklands? have you seen it?
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These are two photgraphs I took today from the museum part of manchester university. I'm not sure exactly what they are/where they come from but I thought the sun and the snake were quite interesting...



I cant make out the first word under the first picture but the rest is AD SOLEM, any help about them?
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Old 07-03-2008, 01:03 AM   #300
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Arduus ad solem - Lifted up to the sun
Motto of the University of Manchester


"The motto of the university was "Arduus Ad Solem", literally meaning "striving towards the sun". It is a metaphor for aspiring to enlightenment. The motto is a quote from Virgil's Aeneid, but the archives do not record the reasons for its choice. In the Aeneid, the quote refers to a serpent and the sun, both of which feature in the university coat of arms."



Look into this stuff mate. I never imagined I'd find much global conspiracy esoteric worship occultist doo-dah's in Leeds, but I see it all over t'place now

Check out my blog in my sig. I fully expect you to find something similar. Look towards Manchester's civic quarter if there is one, specifically look towards buildings built in the 19th century. Maybe even check out the Aeniad?

Cities like Leeds and Manchester must have served as huge cash cows during the Industrial Revolution. Let's face it, the people who slaved to make that money didn't see a right lot did they? See Freddie Engels's The Great Towns

Manchester was once one of the world's ten biggest cities, amazingly. If this Illuminati stuff is for real, they are bound to have raised edifices and symbols devoted to that which they worship
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