It is fascinating the way Illuminati symbols ingrain themselves within society. They hide themselves in plain sight, communicating their subliminal messages to the masses. But what exactly do the symbols mean?
The most common Illuminati symbol is the all seeing eye. It is usually seen floating above an unfinished pyramid This eye may symbolize several things.
It may be the symbol for the Illuminati themselves. Their hierarchical system can be compared to a pyramid of the working middle class and seated atop this pyramid are the "masters" of society. They must maintain their ever watchful gaze on the rest of society.
It also may represent the eye of Horus. Horus was an ancient Egyptian god whose right eye was associated with the sun Ra. Ra was one of the most important deities of Egyptian culture. He was associated with the midday sun. The name Ra is believed to allude to the words "creative power" and "creator" It was from the tears and sweat of Ra that all manner of life exists on earth.
Another theory suggests this eye represents the all seeing eye of Lucifer. The eye holds all the hidden knowledge of the universe. Raised above the pyramid it is separated from from the rest of the body. The eye illuminates a bright light further symbolizing its representation of great knowledge.
The most common occurrence of the eye and pyramid appears in the Great Seal of the United States. The eye atop this pyramid is said to be the Eye of Providence. It symbolizes a Divine Providence (G/god) watching over humanity. And while the Great Seal was first used publicly in 1782, it was not added to the dollar bill until the 1935 edition. The idea was suggested by Henry A. Wallace, the Secretary of Agriculture under Franklin D. Roosevelt. He was especially fascinated by the motto underneath the pyramid; Novus ordo Seclorum which means New Order of the Ages.
Whatever the meaning behind it, there is no doubt that the symbol makes its way into popular culture.
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