911:Occult symbolism XI

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Pine cone

  • Various notes:
    • The pine cone, on the tree of life, slowly ripens the conifer's female seeds, and in the later stages the cone opens up to release its matured seeds. This process symbolizes the expansion of consciousness ( --> This is directly related to Enlightenment, New Age agenda, Gnosis).
    • See also Fir tree
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  • Torre Agbar, barcelona, Spain, very similar architecure as 30 St Mary Axe the building is known by several nicknames, such as "el supositori" (the suppository), "l'obús" (the shell) and some more scatological ones. (wikipedia)

Pine Tree


Sacred blue lily

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    • Various names: Nymphaea caerulea, Egyptian blue lily, Sacred blue lily.
    • This is an entheogenic plant (see also this video).
      • "It was considered extremely significant in Egyptian mythology, since it was said to rise and fall with the Sun. Consequently, due to its colourings, it was identified, in some beliefs, as having been the original container, in a similar manner to an egg, of Atum, and in similar beliefs Ra, both solar deities. As such, its properties form the origin of the lotus variant of the Ogdoad cosmogeny. It was the symbol of the Egyptian deity Nefertem." [25]
      • "The blue lily does have psychoactive effects, but in my experience it is not a trip like acid or peyote, and instead is very mild, more so than marijuana. It is however a very powerful aphrodisiac." [26]


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Sacred Lotus

  • Various notes:
    • Other names: Nelumbo nucifera, Indian lotus, sacred lotus, bean of India, sacred water-lily.

Nymphaea lotus

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    • Alternative names: Tiger Lotus, Egyptian White Water-lily.
    • It grows in various parts of East Africa and Southeast Asia, and is known to flower at night and close in the morning and remains of the flower have been found in the burial tomb of Ramesses II.


  • 5-pedaled rose, rose cross:

Rose Window

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    • Another very common form of the solar wheel found in many churches is the rose window. This is often placed above the entrance of the church. It might be unrelated, but they are remarkably similar to the sun images placed over the entrances to Babylonian and Egyptian temples. This show how the customs of Babylonish sun worship have become a traditional part of professed Christian Churches. [27]
    • What is the meaning behind a rose window? Many contemporary authors wax on about Jungian psychology and the rose window as a mandala, which represents the "expression of human aspiration towards wholeness and coherence." [2, p.10] Mandalas have existed in Eastern religion and philosophy for centuries, and in modern thinking, the medieval rose window serves much the same purpose... In eastern philosophy, there are many paths to reach the divine, and these are represented by "gates" at the cardinal points of the mandala. By the same token, saints depicted in the petals of a rose window can be seen as intermediaries (or paths) to Christ. [28]


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    • "The Acacia is used as a symbol in Freemasonry, to represent purity and endurance of the soul, and as funerary symbolism signifying resurrection and immortality. Also, when God gave Moses the instructions for building the Tabernacle, he said to "make an ark of acacia wood" and "make a table of acacia wood" (Exodus 25:10 & 23)". Acacias contain a number of organic compounds (DMT, NMT) that defend them from pests and grazing animals. Egyptian mythology has associated the acacia tree with characteristics of the tree of life. [29]
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  • Laurel wreath: A laurel wreath is a circular wreath made of interlocking branches and leaves of the bay laurel (Laurus nobilis, Lauraceae), an aromatic broadleaf evergreen. In Greek mythology, Apollo is represented wearing a laurel wreath on his head. (wikipedia)
  • A laurel wreath crown is one of the oldest designs in history, and are often seen with an assortment of either flowers, leaves, fruits, twigs which then form a circular crown. Julius Caesar was one of the first government officials to print his own bust on a Roman minted coin which he is featured wearing a diadem. He wasn't the first to wear a leaf crown on his head. In ancient Greece, Apollo was believed by the people at the time to be an Olympian God, and was represented wearing a laurel wreath on his head. [30]



  • The Christmas tree or Tammuz tree represents Nimrod redivivus- the slain god revived and worshipped as Tammuz...In Babylon where this custom derives, the Lord warns the Israelites against adopting the practices of their idolatrous captives. [31]

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