The evil eye: the occult symbol chosen for the Orwellian Information Awareness Office has links to ancient paganism and modern revolutionary Communism. (Cover Story: On the Home Front).
The all-seeing eye chosen for the logo of the federal Information Awareness Office The Information Awareness Office (IAO) was established by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the research and development agency of the United States Department of Defense, in January 2002 to bring together several DARPA projects focused on applying information (IAO IAO Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation
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IAO Incorporated Association of Organists (UK) ) is an ancient symbol steeped in mystery and foreboding. Some commentators assert that the insignia, which first appeared on U.S. dollar bills in 1935, symbolizes the "eye of God" watching over all things. They cite passages such as Proverbs 15:3 to show the biblical basis for the sign: "The eyes of the Lord are in every place, keeping watch on the evil and the good."
God, indeed, sees and knows all things. The eye-in-the-triangle symbol, however, has more often throughout history been associated with the occult, mystery religions, secret societies, and revolution. It is especially associated with the Egyptian deity Osiris, whose cult of followers has re-blossomed in the New Age movement and the current occult explosion. The symbol is most infamously associated with the Order of the Illuminati Illuminati (ĭl'mĭnā`tī, –nä`tē) [Lat.,=enlightened], rationalistic society founded in Germany soon after 1776 by Adam Weishaupt, a professor at Ingolstadt, , the revolutionary conspiracy started by Professor Adam Weishaupt Johann Adam Weishaupt (6 February 1748 in Ingolstadt - 18 November 1830 in Gotha) was a German who founded the Order of Illuminati. Early Activities
He was born and raised in Ingolstadt, where he attained the rank of Professor of Canon Law in 1772. of Ingolstadt University in Bavaria on May 1, 1776. It was Weishaupt's hope, belief, and all-consuming ambition that one day his secret society, the Illuminati ("The Illuminated Ones"), would rule the world.
tr.v. fore·shad·owed, fore·shad·ow·ing, fore·shad·ows
To present an indication or a suggestion of beforehand; presage.
fore·shad Karl Marx in the next century, Weishaupt told his adepts: "We must begin by destroying all Religion, all civil society, and finish by the destruction of all [private] property." But he intended that the Illuminati would operate as the unseen hands directing the revolutionary action from behind the scenes. "When the object is an universal Revolution," Weishaupt said, "all the members of these societies aiming at the same point, and aiding each other, must find means of governing invisibly." (Emphasis in original.) This exercise of "invisible power" - and the necessity of "concealment," conspiracy, penetration, and infiltration--are constant themes in his writings. By placing Illuminists in governments, institutions, and positions of influence, Weishaupt said, "we may, in secret, influence all political transactions." "By this plan," he boasted, "we shall direct all mankind. In this manner, and by the simplest means, we shall set all in motion and in flames In Flames is a melodic death metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden founded in 1990. Along with Dark Tranquillity and At the Gates, they pioneered what is now known as melodic death metal. ."
Before long, the Illuminati made good on Weishaupt's plan to "set all in motion and in flames," playing the key role in directing and coordinating the carnage and terror of the French Revolution. By that time, the organization had spread its malevolent network throughout Europe and had even planted cells within the fledgling United States of America UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The name of this country. The United States, now thirty-one in number, are Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, . George Washington was aware of the Illuminati's subversive schemes, having read with approval Proofs of a Conspiracy, (1798), a scholarly expose of the cult by Professor John Robison John Robison is the name of:
The Dollar Bill
The Illuminati symbol found its way onto our currency by way of a very odd and subversive man, Henry Agard Wallace, who served in two of our nation's top political offices. An original New Ager, Mr. Wallace was a pro-Communist, screwball screw·ball
1. Baseball A pitched ball that curves in the direction opposite to that of a normal curve ball.
2. Slang An eccentric, impulsively whimsical, or irrational person.
adj. mystic. President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed him secretary of agriculture. After proving he could destroy America's farms through heavy-handed federal interventionism in·ter·ven·tion·ism
The policy or practice of intervening, especially:
a. The policy of intervening in the affairs of another sovereign state.
b. , Wallace joined FDR in the White House, serving as vice president from 1941-45. Wallace was an ardent disciple of Nicholas Roerich Nicholas Roerich, (October 9, 1874 - December 13, 1947) also known as Nikolai Konstantinovich Rerikh (Russian: Николай Константинович , described by Harvard historian Arthur Schlesinger as a "Russian emigre, painter, theosophist the·os·o·phy
n. pl. the·os·o·phies
1. Religious philosophy or speculation about the nature of the soul based on mystical insight into the nature of God.
2. and con man." Roerich posed as a great guru and diplomat, and Wallace used Agriculture Department funds to pay for Roerich's travels to Tibet and throughout Asia, supposedly as an agricultural consultant. Apparently, due to Roerich's strong influence, Wallace became obsessed ob·sess
v. ob·sessed, ob·sess·ing, ob·sess·es
To preoccupy the mind of excessively.
v.intr. with the idea of placing the pyramid with the all-seeing eye on U.S. currency.
Henry Wallace's fascination with the occult is mentioned in Arthur Schlesinger's 1958 book, The Coming of the New Deal. Schlesinger writes:
Though he remained non-committal about the extent of his own belief [in the power of the occult], Wallace did induce the Secretary of the Treasury to put the Great Pyramid on the new dollar bill in 1935. He sold this to Secretary [of the Treasury Henry] Morgenthau on the prosaic ground that Novus ordo [new order] was Latin for New Deal, and for many years afterward Morgenthau was beset by people who assumed that the appearance of the Great Pyramid on the currency signified his own attachment to some esoteric fellowship.
The Wallace-Roerich connection to the Great Pyramid seal did not come out until a dozen years later, when Wallace was running for president in 1948 on the Progressive Party ticket. Conservative columnist Westbrook Pegler broke the story after having obtained copies of imbecilic im·be·cile
1. A stupid or silly person; a dolt.
2. A person whose mental acumen is well below par.
3. "Dear Guru" letters written by Wallace to Roerich. The letters, outpourings of occultic gibberish, became a cause celebre after Pegler dubbed them "the Guru Letters," and hammered away at Wallace's unfitness for office in one column after another.
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But Mr. Wallace was doubly unfit for office. Besides his dabbling in the occult, he was also, as previously mentioned, notoriously pro-Communist. The Agriculture Department under his domain was loaded with Soviet agents. The Progressive Party was recognized by knowledgeable people on both the Right and the Left as completely a Communist operation. No less an authority than radical Marxist I.F. Stone noted: "The Communists have been the dominant influence in the Progressive Party.... If it had not been for the Communists, there would have been no Progressive Party."
Wallace was so pro-Soviet that he advocated that the United States give its atomic bomb atomic bomb or A-bomb, weapon deriving its explosive force from the release of atomic energy through the fission (splitting) of heavy nuclei (see nuclear energy). The first atomic bomb was produced at the Los Alamos, N.Mex. secrets to Stalin. Some of the Communist agents in the Roosevelt administration and the Manhattan Project did precisely that. So, the occult symbol chosen for Admiral Poindexter's Orwellian IAO (see page 8) has a patrimony PATRIMONY. Patrimony is sometimes understood to mean all kinds of property but its more limited signification, includes only such estate, as has descended in the same family and in a still more confined sense, it is only that which has descended or been devised in a direct line from the linking it to ancient paganism and modern revolutionary Communism. The man who popularized it on American currency was a Stalinist occultist. It is a fitting symbol for the Gestapo or the KGB KGB: see secret police.
Russian Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti
(“Committee for State Security”) Soviet agency responsible for intelligence, counterintelligence, and internal security. -- or an un-American agency that aspires to emulate their deadly legacy. The choice of this symbol is as much a tip-off to the tyrannical bent of the new agency as what has already been made public about its Total Information Awareness project. Due to concern about the obvious dangers to liberty posed by the IAO's announced agenda, the IAO has removed the symbol from its website. That is hardly sufficient. The agency itself should be abolished.