SYMBOLISM

The MH17 monument a beautiful all-seeing eye in a green 'ribbon'

Filed in SYMBOLISM by on 31 August 2016 12 Comments
The MH17 monument a beautiful all-seeing eye in a green 'ribbon'

In Vijfhuizen there will soon be a monument to commemorate the victims of the MH17 disaster. It is an initiative of the National Monument MH17 Foundation. What is quite striking is the symbolism of the monument. We have opted for an all-seeing eye in a green ribbon (ribbon), as can be seen on the artist's impression of the monument below. In addition, [...]

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David Bowie dies 2 days after 69e birthday

Filed in SYMBOLISM by on 11 January 2016 18 Comments
David Bowie dies 2 days after 69e birthday

Two days after his birthday, the message appears that the legendary Aleister Crowley supporter David Bowie died at the age of 69 shortly after launching his new album 'Blackstar'. The death of Bowie is probably a shock by society. He was a very respected and well-known, if not great, musician. That is at least [...]

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Discover the true meaning of the Christmas party

Filed in SYMBOLISM by on 10 December 2015 6 Comments
Discover the true meaning of the Christmas party

In order to find out the real meaning of Christmas, it is a bit of digging in history. It starts a little lugubrious: In the Nordic pagan tradition, 12 was burned for days on a huge tree trunk where animals and humans were sacrificed in honor of the deity Yule. The tree trunk symbolized the male genitals. [...]

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Was 911 the 'Crime of the century' sung by Supertramp in 1979?

Filed in SYMBOLISM by on 19 October 2015 33 Comments
Was 911 the 'Crime of the century' sung by Supertramp in 1979?

Last weekend I was with a friend in the car who is quite charmed by the band Supertramp, from the years' 70. So that music stood up and to be honest, I liked that. In the past I found the music compelling, melodramatic and pleasant. He showed me the cover of the album 'Breakfast in America' from [...]

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Islam also contains Saturn symbolism part 2

Filed in SYMBOLISM by on 30 September 2015 14 Comments
Islam also contains Saturn symbolism part 2

Yesterday I placed an article in which I gave my vision on the possible presence of Saturn symbolism in Islam. Here the focus was mainly on the Kaaba in Mecca and the comparison with the north pole of Saturn. This may not be a really solid argument for many. It is certainly not my intention [...]

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Islam also contains Saturn symbolism

Filed in SYMBOLISM by on 29 September 2015 45 Comments
Islam also contains Saturn symbolism

Because I have a lot of Muslim followers on Facebook, I regularly get the question of how I can claim that religion is a reflection of the Saturn cult. To begin with, I want to make it clear that I have respect for people who are serious about their faith. They are often very consciously engaged in their lives and have a [...]

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Eagles song Hotel California Satanic initiation ritual

Filed in SYMBOLISM by on 21 September 2015 10 Comments
Eagles song Hotel California Satanic initiation ritual

Everyone who plays guitar has played the song at least 1x in his life, but probably much more often. Of course it is also a very beautiful guitar line and the solos in the song are unique to his time. The text has always been a bit vague, but that is often the case with music from well-known [...]

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CERN, Shiva, the Vedas, Saturn and the planned destruction of humanity

Filed in SYMBOLISM by on 17 August 2015 6 Comments
CERN, Shiva, the Vedas, Saturn and the planned destruction of humanity

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Symbols in the air from ancient times explain the pyramid, the 'all-seeing eye' and more

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Symbols in the air from ancient times explain the pyramid, the 'all-seeing eye' and more

Did you know that archaeologists have found frozen mammoths, some of which still had the food in the mouth? I want to talk to you about that, because it indicates a sudden freeze, so that the remains have been preserved extremely well. The mammoths lived in northern areas, where apparently there were no huge ice caps, like we now [...]

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