Tuesday, November 23, 2010

More Masonic Frescoes of the New World Order

First, there were the Denver Airport murals, now this — "Creepy" Prophetic Art in Bank of America. Whether you agree or disagree with the interpretations offered, you'll have to agree with the second commenter: "This is a strange thing to put in a bank. I wonder what the people of Charlotte think of this art?"

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The artwork should also be seen within the terms of the Secularist/Masonic religion itself. What is set in those three paintings is clearly the Modern eschatology. In other words, their self-idolatrous version of the apocalypse.

The second is the most telling, in which we see the naked elite as the sun, all seeing and the center of all things in the ancient conception (which they reuse in this painting). This elite clearly represents man divinized by his own efforts, the Unified Mind of the Ubermench, two important occultists beliefs.

Those in the camp, then, are those that will not accept the New Order. In a way, then, this is the secularist re-contextualization of the Last Judgement, where those who are the Sun are the elect and those in the camp are the damned for clinging to traditional morals and beliefs.

10:50 AM  
Blogger The Western Confucian said...

Amazing how they're "hiding in plain sight" as they say.

1:11 PM  
Blogger love the girls said...

The denver airport art is the typical tripe Wilma Webb commissioned. As for it being masonic? Perhaps, but in order for imagery to have effect it must be in some manner recognized. Subtlety is only effective, as long as it's obvious.

2:29 PM  
Blogger The Western Confucian said...

It is true that "in order for imagery to have effect it must be in some manner recognized," but these pieces appear to be catered toward a specific audience.

11:37 PM  

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