Another key Brotherhood symbol is the pyramid or the pyramid with the capstone (jesus) missing. The street plan of Dealey Plaza where Kennedy was killed is shaped like a pyramid with the capstone missing. The pyramid with the capstone missing, or thcapse pyramid and all seeing eye, is most famously depicted on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States and the dollar bill. The all seeing eye is the eye of Horus, Lucifer, Satan, whatever name you want to use, and also relates to the socalled ‘third eye’, the chakra vortex in the centre of the forehead through which we connect with our psychic sight.
You will see this ancient sun symbol, the cross on the circle. The circle in the middle is the sun. The son that died on the cross of the zodiac between North, East, West, and South. That spells news. Anything that happens in the world is news. Even the Nazis had the sun cross. When you talk about God’s son being the light of the world, you better look at it, because there’s something else going on here. When the sun came up in the morning, Horus took 12 steps across heaven. That’s why we got a 12 step program for alcoholics, a 12th grade program when you go to school, there’s 12 hours in the morning. The sun brought light into the word. Light in Latin is Lucifer. We say the same thing the ancient Egyptians say, when someone dies, we say that they passed. In the Egyptian, they said they left from one world to another world, that you passed over because the sun crossed over the equator and they called it the passover. The passover is part of sun worship which happens on the first week of spring. This is a jewish celebration, so Christians go out on the first day of easter (ishtar), and have an Easter sunrise service. Because that’s all it is, you’re worshiping the sun on a sunrise service because the son has passed over. Jews calls it passover, Christians calls it resurrection. It’s just sun worship.
War, terrible war. Brother turned on brother until nothing remained. People rose up from its ashes, and a new era was born.
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This tragedy will be a catalyst for good, for change. Out of the ashes humanity will find a common goal, a united sense of hope - couched in a united sense of fear.