Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Joshua Star, Part I. The Intelligentsia and the Star of David

I, Joshua (Jesus)...am the Root and Branch of David. I am the Bright, Morning Star.

- Revelation 22:16

Part I. The Intelligentsia and the Star of David

The use of these two symbols, the eye above and the eye below the pyramid, as a method of both analysis and explanation is most certainly related to what Marxists used to call dialectical materialism. It is high time that more and more individuals become familiarized with the eye below the pyramid and the fact that it too has a very long history and meaning to it. Along with the prophets, Roman Catholic historian Carroll Quigley almost certainly knew about the symbol. He makes it fairly obvious in the following passage:

In each country the supply of money took the form of an inverted pyramid or cone balanced on its point. In the point was a supply of gold and its equivalent certificates; on the intermediate level was a much larger supply of notes and at the top, with an open and expandable upper surface, was an even greater supply of deposits.

- Tragedy & Hope, by Caroll Quigley, p. 54

The Rabbis who wrote the Babylonian Talmud were also familiar with both symbols. Nothing else explains the repeated saying: ‘The native would be in the earth and the stranger in the highest heavens? Yes, the like has found his like and is aroused.’ (Mo’ed II, ‘Erubin 9a) Note that placing the two pyramids, or triangles, together creates a Star of David.

For centuries, numerous Christians have used this star as a hex to drive off demons and other evil spirits. Traditionally in Judaism the upright triangle stands for Heaven, the inverted triangle for the Earth, while putting both together symbolizes Heaven and Earth, a golden age of peace and prosperity for all. Using this same technique, it becomes easier to understand certain concepts and phrases from historically significant people. The following chart is a sampling of this eye for an eye type of analysis.

Field of Study

Id Superego
(Rabbi Hillel)
If I am not for myself, who will be? If I am not for others, what am I? If not now, when?
(Rabbi Jesus)
How can Satan...
Cast out Satan? A kingdom...
Divided against itself cannot stand.
(Meister Eckhart)
The eye by which I see God is the...
Same as the eye by which God sees me. My eye and God’s eye are one and the same.
Rock Music (Rolling Stones)
There's Heads...
There's Tails, just call me...
Lucifer and I’m in need of some restraint.

Hopefully by now I have managed to convince you that the eye below the pyramid is quite real, meaningful, and most certainly not a coincidence. Taken as a whole, this age-old riddle of the Founding Fathers is far more than meets the eye. Keep in mind that both eyes are symbolic of the pagan principle: ‘As above, so below.’ In particular, the Bible itself makes far more sense once you’ve been made aware of the eye below the pyramid. Many Scriptural verses refer to one or both pyramids on numerous occasions. So, even though I cannot prove it as an empirical fact, the evidence indicates that the eye below the pyramid has been known for millennia and remains one of history’s better kept secrets. Go tell the world until isn’t a secret anymore.

At bottom, this symbol is neither the evil eye, nor the troll under the bridge, nor the monster under the bed. It is simply a part of both Judaism and Christianity. The Jewish Torah states: ‘The God of your father…blesses you, with the blessings of the heavens above, [and] the blessings of the abyss that crouches below.’ (Genesis 49:25) Just as the New Testament proclaims: ‘I Jesus…am the root and the branch of David. I am the bright, morning star.’ (Revelation 22:16) Even children can understand these adult concepts intuitively, as in the nursery rhyme: ‘Twinkle, twinkle little star. How I wonder where you are.’ Remember your dreams, now and forever.

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