Why are astronomical signs and symbols on those buildings and in advertising? They show purpose and direction. They reveal that SOMEONE, SOMETIME in the history of that church, synagogue, temple, government building, bank, insurance company, hospital, or place of business wanted those signs and symbols in place. SOMEONE KNEW WHAT THE SIGNS AND SYMBOLS MEANT and used them purposefully.
What place do occult, astronomical and Masonic signs and symbols have on churches? Why do they appear in corporate logos? Why are governmental and organizational seals, public and private agency badges, etc., filled with such occult signs and symbols?
If such signs and symbols are meaningless, why are they there? WHY NOT REMOVE THEM? If people do not know the meaning of the symbols, why have them?
If the signs and symbols have meaning, WHO is doing the communicating? If the symbols have meaning, why hide the meaning? To WHOM are they communicating? WHO is the intended audience?
WHO put the symbols there? Are such signs and symbols a joke by graphic artists, architects or construction engineers? Or is the usage of such symbols deliberate and purposeful?
When pagan and occult symbols are seen on churches, such symbols are not placed there by rogue architects imposing their iron will upon ignorant Christian priests, pastors, Jewish rabbis, Muslem mullahs and their various ruling boards. If a steeple is a pagan symbol of a phallus, what is it doing on the local church? The steeple, whether people know it or not, communicates the direction and ownership of that church. It demonstrates how to find the congregation that places the phallus at the topmost of their church building so it can be seen from afar. It demonstrates ownership by displaying a phallus for the entire community to see.
Once again, if such things have no meaning, WHY is the pagan symbol used? If it has meaning, WHY is the meaning hidden? WHY NOT express the meaning openly? The phallus on churches (and synagogues, and mosques) is one example of many emblems, symbols, and signs used in modern-day religions all over the world.1
Unless you know the meaning behind the symbols, you won't understand — WHY THEY ARE USED. Once your eyes are opened to the true meaning of religious symbols used in your place of worship, it will finally "hit you," and you will see to what extent the religions of the western world are, in point of fact, ancient paganism.
Organization of the Book — Part 1
This work is divided into three parts. Part One, the Introduction, is contained in the first four chapters. In Chapter 1, Robert Hewitt Brown, 32° Mason, tells why he is revealing the
1 For a full discussion of sexual symbolism in religion, see Ernest Busenbark's Symbols, Sex, and the Stars: An Outline of the Origins of Moon and Sun Worship, Astrology, Sex Symbolism, Mystic Meaning of Numbers, the Cabala, and Many Popular Customs, Myths, Superstitions and Religious Beliefs (San Diego: The Truth Seeker Company, Inc., 1949, a Book Tree reprint, 1997). Forward by Jordan Maxwell hidden meanings behind the ancient mysteries that make up Masonic beliefs. Brown indicates that everything he reveals has been published elsewhere by proper Masonic authorities. They are "open secrets."
Few people of religious bent, Jew, Christian or Moslem, have any idea at all of the profound weaning and implications in these religious symbols for world freemasonry. Fewer still have any knowledge of the occult or hidden connections between Judaism, Christianity, the Bible — and World Freemasonry. Unless and until such occult knowledge of religious symbols is understood, we will have nothing but the same confusion we have had for the last 2,000 years!
In Chapter 2 Brown gives an account of the ancient mystery systems and the early forms of worship. Egyptian, Indian, Eleusinian, Bacchanal, Ceres, and Dionysiac mysteries are mentioned. An understanding of these Mysteries is essential.
Chapter 3 contains a brief rundown of basic astronomical facts. One cannot understand what follows without knowing the basic terminology and concepts of astronomy.
Chapter 4 concludes Part One by describing what the ancient civilizations knew about astronomy and how they made their calculations and predictions about the heavens.
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