Written by The Still Man
You’re all familiar with the so-called All Seeing Eye on the back of your (*I say “your”, because I’m a South African) one-dollar bill. Some say it is the All-Seeing Eye of Horus, the Egyptian Sun god. Others say it is the eye of Providence. Still others say it is the All-Seeing Eye of lucifer, called satan.
Whatever the truth is, one thing is clear: it is not of God. Why? Because God is not into occultism and this symbol is as occult as they come. If it is not of God, then it is of satan and if it is of satan, then it is satanic.
Now, it has been said that everything that satan does is based on the Bible. In other words, no matter what satan does, there is a passage of Scripture somewhere that explains it. I can certainly tell you that, in my experience, it has been true on more than one occasion. It is certainly true of the All-Seeing Eye.
People have racked their brains trying to figure out the true meaning of the All-Seeing Eye. But Jesus has already provided the answer for us:
“The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.
But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness!” (Matthew 6:22-23).
You see, the All-Seeing Eye is the logo of satan: it is the emblem of his church.
Jesus said that if your eye be single, then your whole body shall be full of light. With regard to satan, this is a reference to 2 Corinthians 11:14, where satan is called an “angel of light.” Before he was cast down, satan was called lucifer, which means “light bearer.” satan hates his new name, and has continued to promote himself as lucifer, the Light Bearer. That is why the eye in the pyramid has rays of light emanating from it.
Jesus said that if your eye is evil, then your whole body shall be full of darkness. So, while satan can transform himself into an angel of light, the light which shines from him is no longer bright: it is dark. satan is the prince of darkness. As far as his church is concerned, satan is the head of the satanic (luciferian) church as Jesus is the head of the Christian church. That is the one meaning of the pyramid of which the All-Seeing Eye is the capstone. The pyramid represents the luciferian body of initiates and the eye is satan. Now this pyramid consists of several levels, which some say represent the various organizations of the satanic hierarchy. While I can’t substantiate this, it is not really important. It suffices to say that one meaning of the pyramid is that it represents satan’s church.
Jesus said that if your eye is single, then your whole body would be full of light. As Jesus is the head and we are His body, satan, represented by the eye, is the head of his church, and his body–his followers–is “full of light.” This is why satan’s followers refer to themselves as “light workers.” But since satan’s eye is evil, then his “body” or church, is full of darkness; and how great is that darkness!!!
We must also remember that symbols always have at least two levels of meaning. The esoteric or secret inner meaning is intended for the highest levels of initiates, while the exoteric or outer meaning (or meanings) is intended for the uninitiated (whom the Mystery Schools refer to as the “profane”) or lower level initiates. The All Seeing Eye of lucifer, I believe, is one of the exoteric interpretations, while the esoteric or hidden meaning is something quite different. On one level it is an emblem of satan, but on another level it represents Nimrod, the first king of ancient Babylon, and his wife Semiramis.
You must understand that much of the world still worships Nimrod and
Semiramis, the first king and queen of ancient Babylon. After Nimrod’s death, he was deified as the Sun god (also called Sol and Sol
Invictus, the Unconquerable Sun). Nimrod’s wife, Semiramis, kept the
religion alive and eventually became the principle object of worship.
According to historian, Alexander Hislop, in his book, The Two Babylons, Semiramis was known as Opthalmitis, “the goddess of the eye,” and Rhea “the Gazer,” while Nimrod was called Janus “the Seer.” With this in mind, the eye symbolism takes on a whole new meaning.
Read more about it here.
You see, it’s all in the Bible.
“And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.” Luke 21:28.
The Still Man