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May 12

Illuminati Architecture

 

Charlotte, North Carolina

Bank of America

Prominently displayed in the lobby of the Bank of America’s Corporate Center are “creepy” frescoes, filled with occult symbols, which are described at The Vigilant Citizen [1].  Since we know that The Vigilant Citizen is controlled opposition, it is most interesting to assemble a more complete description of the symbology and establish what The Vigilant Citizen is not telling us.  First a quick look at Bank of America's logo.

 

 

The logo represents the US flag and is made up of three elevens and 3 x 11 = 33, which is a significant masonic number.  Masonic symbols originate from astrotheology; the sun enters each sign of the zodiac at multiples of 30 degrees (360/12=30), but because the sun is so large the back edge of the sun is not completely within the  zodiac sign until the 33rd degree and Bill Cooper reported that this is the origin of the 33rd degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.

Of note, the Bank of America Corporate Center is an 871 ft (265 m) skyscraper in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina is a giant obelisk, the symbol of Osiris's penis (the regenerative force).

Bank of America Corporate Centre, Charlotte



Now on to Ben Long's frescoes.  Although we normally read from left to right, there are clues within the frescoes hinting the viewers to read the paintings from right to left. The “planning” stage (visually represented by the fresco on the right) is normally the first step of any process so it would make sense to start from there.

The three frescoes ruling over the lobby of the Bank of America Corporate Center.



The Planning/Knowledge stage (visually represented by the fresco on the right) is normally the first step of any process so it would make sense to start from there.

The middle fresco, Chaos/Creativity, depicts a turbulent transitional period. Many details within the painting describe this profound turmoil, which seem to be affecting all parts of society and civilization. We find military and religious figures, people protesting and much more.

The fresco on the left is said to focus on the theme of Making/Building. The main figure of the fresco is a worker holding a shovel, contemplating the work done.

As a set the frescoes are consistent with the Masonic motto "Ordo ab Chao", which is latin for "Order from Chaos".

Ordo Ab Chao ("order from chaos") often cited as the motto used in Freemasonry.  Here the motto appears on the cover of Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite (of Freemasonry), Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A.by Albert Pike.

 

References

  1. Vigilant Citizen, Analysis of the Occult Symbols Found on the Bank of America Murals, 23 November 2010, http://vigilantcitizen.com/sinistersites/analysis-of-the-occult-symbols-found-on-the-bank-of-america-murals/