The Occult in the Statue of LibertyTue 10:25 am Europe/London, 14 Feb 2023
I’m currently writing book 3 which is about buildings, the physical environment and land.
One page I completed today and I thought it would be fun to share the writing so here goes.
The Freemasons controlled the design and delivery of the Statue of Liberty from France to the United States. There are many Masonic symbols on it. The statue is the personification of liberty – the Roman goddess Libertas with her hand raised holding a torch, while under her other hand is a tabula ansata (votive tablet of laws), on which is written the date of the signing of the American Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776.
It’s interesting how America accepted a “gift” from a secret society and then put it up in New York Harbour. But is it a welcoming structure as we are led to believe or indeed does it have more sinister connotations.
The three major figures involved with the Statue, Frederic Bartholdi who designed the statue itself, Gustave Eiffel who designed the inner support structure, and Richard Hunt who designed the pedestal, and all were Freemasons.
Bartholdi’s original plan for a giant statue of this type was to be placed in a harbour in Egypt. After his proposal was turned down by the Egyptian government, he changed his design in part representing Isis and approached America to see if he could erect his newly designed statue outside New York.
The original name of the statue was “Liberty Enlightening the World,” not the Statue of Liberty. Again, the word Enlightening fits in with the Illuminati theme. Enlightening, enlightenment, light, the sun, intelligence, bright, brilliance, Lucifer.
While the Illuminati view knowledge and information as extremely valuable (because it is), they want to keep it for themselves, and keep others “in the dark”.
The foundations of the structure where cut into Bledlow Island and things start to reveal themselves.
“Bledlow” is derived from Old English and means “Bledda’s burial mound”. A 10th century document records it as Bleddanhloew; the Domesday Book of 1086 records it as Bledelai. A more common derivation is from “Bled-Hlaw” meaning Bloody Hill which commemorates an undated battle between Saxons and Danes.
The Bledlows are the Policemen of the Unseen Masonic University. They are mostly former watchmen and soldiers, heavy-set and have quite a good turn of speed for their age. Like watchmen everywhere, they believe in the universal guilt of everybody.
The original model of the statue, which is smaller then the American one, stands in the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. There are a few more around Paris – In the Musée d’Orsay, on an inlet at the end of the Sein. Besides the various plastic tourist versions, the statue can be found in the Brooklyn Museum, and there is also a Lego version in Times Square.
Her waist is 33 feet in girth
Heel to the top of the Head 111 feet
Thickness of the copper skin 3/32 of an inch so the esoteric numbers are in her design with 332, 33, 111. Those who have my 2nd book on numbers will realise what this means.
Under her feet lies a broken chain, which is said to symbolise the acquisition of freedom, i.e. independence of the USA. The masons believe a broken chain is the release from bondage through enlightenment.
There are 7 rays in the crown of the Statue of Liberty. They symbolize the freedom of all seven oceans and continents. Many people ask the question – why exactly 7? There is also a less obvious reference in the number of windows in the crown – 25 and if we add the numbers two and five we get seven again. The torch is surrounded by 16 petals and 1 +6 = 7. So we get 777.
Seven is the most mysterious and supernatural number. It is the number of the completed cycle. Used in magical rituals, it expresses the understanding of the natural elements, of the visible and invisible world, symbolizes the act of creation, evolution, change and maturation. It is said to symbolise the seven seas and seven continents, but here it is for America to reign over them.
The torch in the hands of Lady Liberty is an important symbol of Masonic culture – the torch of enlightenment or the blazing torch of the mind. represents the torch of Prometheus who stole Fire from Zeus for mankind, it occultly signifies Lucifer. The Greek mythological story of Prometheus is the same allegory of stealing fire (i.e. knowledge) from God or the Gods, and giving it to humans, thus angering God.
According to one of the versions, the prototype for the appearance of the Statue of Liberty is a real person. Sculptor Frederic Bartholdi imprinted in his work the face of the Frenchwoman Isabella Boyer, Isaac Singer’s widow. At the age of 20, she married the 50-year-old sewing machine manufacturer, and after his death she became the richest woman in the country.
After becoming a widow, Isabella remarries the Dutch violinist Victor Robstedt, who was a world celebrity and a count, so Isabella also becomes a countess. Soon she was the star of the worldly salons in America and Europe and was invited to all the worldly events. At one of them, she met the French sculptor Frederic Bartholdi, and he decided to incorporate her face into the statue.
The base of the structure stands upon a pedestal in the shape of a star, which in plan has 11 points. A hendecagram is a star polygon that has eleven vertices, and the walls were the original elevations of an old defence structure called Fort Wood. This will lead on to star Forts.
Many more structures will be visited revealing their true intent and design.
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