October 28, 2011 Statue of Liberty turns 125 years old. But what does the Statue of Liberty represent ? In this post we will examine further into the Symbolism of The occult.
Is it so innocent as millions assume? There is much more to this
story than most believe. It is time we pulled aside the cloak, and
took a good look at the real facts, and what they mean for us,
today. You might be shocked to know the deception that has
been pulled over the eyes of the American people!
Best-selling author Brad Meltzer and his team thought they knew what the Statue of Liberty stood for. But now they learn that America’s most powerful icon of freedom might actually be loaded with secret symbols put there by a sinister group bent on world domination. They investigate claims that the Illuminati, a secret European society loosely affiliated with the freemasons, turned every inch of the statue into a coded message, from the torch Liberty holds high, to the rays emanating from the crown, even to the precise height of the statue itself. Things get even stranger when a highly regarded numerologist shows the team why he believes the statue is really a monument to the all-powerful number 7. As they evaluate these unsettling claims, Brad and the team are forced to reconsider whether one of America’s most enduring symbols is really who she appears to be.
One of the worlds largest idols that has ever been constructed is the Statue of Liberty in the Harbor of New York City. According to the following research, the Statue of Liberty is an idol which represents something specific:
The sculptor of the Statue of Liberty was Auguste Bertholdi. He belonged to the Masonic Lodge in Paris. Before beginning the statue of liberty project, Bertholdi was seeking a commission to construct a giant statue of the goddess “Isis,” the Egyptian Queen of Heaven, to overlook the Suez canal. The statue of Isis was to be of “a robed woman holding aloft a torch” [The preceding information is from, “IS THE STATUE OF LIBERTY PAGAN?” by William Dankenbring]
It is very interesting that the great symbol that is situated in the harbor of New York City, the Statue of Liberty, is a woman carrying a torch. New York City itself represents the city of “modern Babylon the great.” Just like its predecessor of olden days, modern New York is the financial hub and capital of the world. It is the center of American and multi-national finance, marketing, and the location of the headquarters of the United Nations.
Looking at the prophecies of the end-time Babylon in the book of Revelation, we find that it is associated with a “woman.” In fact, she is called a “woman,” and the prophet Isaiah speaks of her as “the daughter of Babylon.” In Revelation we read:
“. . . I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet colored beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. . . And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH” (Rev.17:3-5).
Official dedication ceremonies held on Thursday, October 28, 1886
Total overall height from the base of the pedestal foundation to the tip of the torch is 305 feet, 6 inches
Height of the Statue from her heel to the top of her head is 111 feet, 6 inches
The face on the Statue of Liberty measures more than 8 feet tall
There are 154 steps from the pedestal to the head of the Statue of Liberty
A tablet held in her left hand measures 23′ 7″ tall and 13′ 7″ wide inscribed with the date JULY IV MDCCLXXVI (July 4, 1776)
The Statue has a 35-foot waistline
There are seven rays on her crown, one for each of the seven continents, each measuring up to 9 feet in length and weighing as much as 150 pounds
Total weight of the Statue of Liberty is 225 tons (or 450,000 pounds)
At the feet of the Statue lie broken shackles of oppression and tyranny
During the restoration completed in 1986, the new torch was carefully covered with thin sheets of 24k gold
The exterior copper covering of the Statue of Liberty is 3/32 of an inch thick (less than the thickness of two pennies) and the light green color (called a patina) is the result of natural weathering of the copper
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