All Seeing Eye

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The All Seeing Eye

The All Seeing Eye, or Eye of Providence, represents the eye of God. It is depicted as an eye within a triangle, usually with rays of light around it. It is used on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States and on the American dollar bill. According to conspiracy theorists, it is the sign of the Illuminati.

Religion

Ancient Egyptians

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Eye's are usually used for religious symbolism and one of the earliest examples of this is the Eye of Horus, an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royalty and health. This Eye is without a triangle. It is the right eye of Horus, which is associated with the sun god Ra, which is why the Eye of Horus is also known as the Eye of Ra.

The eye is also personified in the Egyptian Goddess Wadjet who, interestingly, was depicted as a snake headed woman. In Egyptian, 'wadj' means green. The Romans and Greeks knew her as 'uraeus' from the Egyptian word 'ierat' meaning risen one, as in a Cobra taking a protective stance. This, and her association with the All Seeing Eye, makes it look like Reptilians are up to no good with their symbolism again.

Christianity

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It was only until the Christian era that the All Seeing Eye became associated with Divine providence. Divine providence means Gods intervention in the world, or it can be used as a title for God when you capitalize both words. This All Seeing Eye does have a triangle, and was also thought to be an image of the Christian Trinity (a doctrine which defines God as three people - The Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit).

The Great Seal of the United States

This is the Eye used on the Great Seal (seen at the top of the page). The words Annuit Coeptis means 'He approves (our) undertakings', the bottom words Novus Ordo Seclorum means New Order of the Ages, which is where New World Order comes from. It was put on the seal in 1782. The Eye is depicted as being atop a pyramid with 13 steps, which some believe represent the 13 bloodlines of the Illuminati. Many believe that the pyramid itself represents the command structure of the Illuminati, that the ones at the capstone (where the Eye is) are the most important members; the 'enlightened ones', the elite, and the further you go down, the less important you are. The base level of the pyramid represents the mass public.

American Dollar Bill

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The same Eye from the seal is also used on the american dollar bill. Keener eyes have also discovered what appears to be a tiny, tiny owl in the corner of the bill. Though the owl is often associated with Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom, owls are also used within Illuminati symbolism. The owl is also the mascot of Bohemian grove.

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Freemasons

Freemasons began to use the Eye of Providence in 1797 as a reminder to the Freemasons that God was always within their thoughts and deeds, constantly observing them. Creep. Many believe that this means that the Freemasons influenced the founding of the U.S, but the Masons only began using the Eye 14 years after the Great Seal was created. They deny any involvement with the creation of the Seal, but they would deny it, wouldn't they?

The All Seeing Eye is everywhere

The following are pictures from the media, logo's of companies or photographs of churches which show the All Seeing Eye. According to theorists, a celebrity with one eye covered counts as symbolism for the All Seeing Eye, (due to their MK Ultra programming) but it is not to be confused with a celebrity circling an eye with a finger and thumb whilst the other fingers stick out, representing a 666 gesture. That's to do with the devil, not the All Seeing Eye.

  • All images are from Google
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Not you too, Squidward!


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