VARIOUS MASONIC SYMBOLS
© 1998/2010 David Ben Yakov / Delusion
The sun, moon and stars, known in Scripture as the host
of heaven, are found to be to the fore of Masonic imagery. These
heathenish emblems, which have always been associated with Baal
worship, are also found prominently displayed today within most New
Age shops. It is not surprising to find such imagery spread widely
throughout the occult world. Paganism has always showed its trinities
in art by the sun (with a face) representing the male sun god, the
moon (with a face) representing the moon goddess (or queen of heaven)
and the all-seeing eye representing their offspring. Nothing on this
picture represents anything scriptural. The words, "Faith, Hope and
Charity," are Biblical, but the image does nothing to point a person
in the direction of the Bible.
A Masonic Apron with symbols similar
to the picture above it. One can only imagine that such a insipid
work of art can only have it's inception from the very depths of
hell. Can you find the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob anywhere on
this thing? I certainly cannot.
Date found on a monument found in a park
in Tarboro, North
Carolina. Masons say that the initials A.L. stand for 'Anno Lucis',
meaning, "year of light," like it is some innocuous
meaning. Those of us who know that Satan, also known as
being able to manifest as an "angel of light," is also called
Lucifer. Too blatant to be a coincidence.
The five-pointed star, known as the pentagram, is probably the
most blatant occult symbol in use today. Witches Janet and Stewart
Farrar explain that the five-pointed star is "one of the main
symbols of witchcraft and occultism in general" ('Hidden Secrets
of the Eastern Star' p. 82). The star itself is known by different
names throughout the occult world, such as a witch's foot, a
goblin's cross, a wizard's star and the dog star. Wiccan witches
use its five points to mystically represent the elements of
nature, earth, fire, water, air and spirit.
This symbol is one of the most prominent emblems within
Freemasonry, though its significance, like every symbol inherited
from the occult, is concealed behind a smokescreen of secret
The five-pointed star is found on most Masonic memorabilia and
represents the blasphemous resurrection rite of the five points of
fellowship, each point mystically symbolizing a part of the
resurrection act. First - Foot to foot. Second - Knee to knee.
Third - Hand in hand. Fourth - Breast to breast. Fifth and last -
Left hand behind back.
A Picture of Baphomet, a Masonic god.
Can anyone with a clear moral conscience actually think that anything
like this can have anything to do with a Holy God?
states within Morals and Dogma [page 631-32] that the Monad [#1] is
male, and the Duad [#2] is female. Their sexual union produces the
Triad [#3], which is "represented by the letter 'G', the generative
principle." This term, "generative principle," is code for the sex
The lines of Washington D.C. intersect. There is
no way this could be coincidence.
A Masonic Symbol on the back of our money.
Note: The words Annuit Ceptis -
Novus Ordo Seclorum translate into "Announcing the birth of a new secular
order." The date at the bottom of the pyramid is 1776. Rumor has it that when the capstone (with the eye) touches the pyramid, the new order will be complete.
Freemasonry employs a mystical eye in its imagery known throughout
the occult world as "the all-seeing eye." This symbol which is
shared with most false religions, cults and occult bodies today has
always been used as a symbol of 'deity'. Occultist Fredrick Goodman
explains that, "The eye plays a most important part in occult
symbolism and probably owes its origin in western magical designs to
the Eye of Horus, which was one of the most frequently used of
Egyptian magical symbols" May Osiris never have that pleasure
The point and
the circle carries a sexual connotation. Another Masonic author
states that this symbol is used in Sun Worship, and then says: "The
female principle, symbolized by the moon, assumed the form of a
lunette [small circular opening], or crescent, while the male
principle, symbolized by the sun, assumed the form of the lingam
[Phallus] and placed himself erect in the center of the lunette, like
the mast of a ship." ["Point Within A Circle," Short Talk Bulletin ,
August, 1931, Masonic Bulletin designed to read within the Lodges, p.
Masonic author, R.H. MacKenzie, states
that "among Egyptians, the base [of the triangle] represented Osiris,
or the Male Principle; the perpendicular, Isis, or the Female
Principle; and the hypotenuse, Horus, their son ..." [Kenneth R.H.
MacKenzie, The Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia of History, Rites, Symbolism,
and Biography , New York, J.W. Bouton, 1877, p. 743] Thus, you can see
that the hypotenuse was conceived as a result of the sexual union of
the base and the perpendicular. Within Masonic symbolism, the sex act
is portrayed as the union of the perpendicular and the base.
The Masonic Holiness Symbol
This symbol is rife with occult
symbolism. many of the symbols are mentioned above. The thing that get
me is how, what appears to be the Ark of The Covenant is displayed.
First, the two characters on the Ark, which in Biblical times seems to
be replaced with one male and one female character reaching out for
each other as if to embrace. Second, the base of the Ark has two
squares, which are indicative of femininity. The left side of
the hearth has the female square while the right has the male compass.
In the center of the hearth is the symbol of coitus. There's nothing
holy about this symbol.