Wednesday, March 14, 2012

An Eye On The Coat Of Arms

Moving away from the ugly world of corporations and with a new connection to Royalty, I’d like to draw some attention to the Coat Of Arms, found on the cover of the UK Passport (contents to be covered shortly).
There are hidden messages in both the French slogans and the imagery used.

The Imagery:

1. The Pyramid with missing capstone (formed by a lion and a unicorn on either side).

2. An All Seeing Eye symbolised by a crown, with a Rosicross doubling up as the pupil.

3. The Lion. A symbol of Great Britain, but also a symbol of Egypt – The Sphinx. Please notice how the Lion (Sphinx) wears the crown.

4. The Unicorn which symbolises purity, but more importantly the spiritual third eye chakra with its horn in the centre of its forehead. May i draw attention to the fact that THE UNICORN IS CHAINED UP.

5. The animal’s tails appear to take the form of devil’s forks – they are non-realistic.

I can’t help but feel that the Coat Of Arms is sending a strong message. Fluoridated water and fluoride in toothpaste are known to contribute to the calcification of the pineal gland. 
The pineal gland is found in the brain and secretes serotonin, melotonin and DMT. It is also known as the physical location of the spiritual third eye.
The Coat Of Arms, depicts the Lion wearing a crown (royalty) chaining up the unicorn (and the spiritual third eye of the nation) against the pyramid. 
All to be presided over by the all encompassing crown.

The Text:

Bottom banner: Dieu et mon droit
This has been used as the motto of the British monarch since it was adopted by the English king Henry V (1413-1422). 
This French sentence means “God and my right”.
Central circle: Honi soit qui mal y pense
Is old french for “Shame upon him who thinks evil of it”

So here we have a strong message essentially saying, this is God (the Coat Of Arms) and shame upon you if you do not believe this.
Shame upon you if you do not believe in the pyramid!
Is it me, or am I the only one a little concerned by this?

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