A widely used Symbol
The pyramid and All-seeing Eye is a very commonly used symbol. Most frequently, it is seen on the back of the United States one-dollar bill. This symbol is displayed by many churches and can be found in numerous religious books. Secret societies have used this same symbol for centuries. The All-seeing Eye and pyramid is used heavily in Hollywood and the music industry. Governments, corporations, and other official organizations have incorporated this symbol into many of their logos and designs. There must be something extremely important about this symbol. Why would such a symbol be used so widely and by such diverse groupings?
Psalms 33:18 (KJV)
Behold, the eye of the Lord is upon them that fear him, upon them that hope in his mercy.
The Eye of God
The eye inside the pyramid represents the Eye of God. The origin of the Eye of God is ancient Egypt, where it was the Eye of Horus. Horus was the name given to the Sun by the ancient Egyptians. In ancient Egypt the Sun was God. The Sun brings light to the world and illuminates everything. Without it we would be in total darkness. The Sun, which is the light of the world, was believed to be God's Eye by the ancient Egyptians. They symbolized this belief with the All-seeing Eye of God.
God's Sun, the light of the world, was a symbol of enlightenment, illumination, spirituality, and intelligence. The All-seeing Eye of God inside the pyramid has been used for thousands of years to symbolize God and all that is godly.
Not just God, but Jesus too
This symbol has always been used to represent God, spirituality, and enlightenment. If this is true, it seems like there must be some mention of it in the Bible. How could such a symbol represent God, but have no reference point in the Bible? Does the Bible say anything about this? Does this symbol, that has always been used to represent God, have anything to do with Jesus?
Typically, this whole idea would be ridiculed and dismissed. However, upon close examination of the Bible, even those who strongly oppose this idea have a very difficult time denying it. The All-seeing Eye inside the pyramid is not only a symbol of God, but clearly and obviously, a symbol of Jesus as well. An obvious contradiction arises upon this understanding. How can a blatant occult symbol also be a symbol of Jesus? This is a question worth exploring.
Enlightenment is at the top of the Pyramid
In ancient Egypt, pyramids also represented the Cosmic Mountain. At the apex of the Cosmic Mountain, the symbolic peak of the pyramid, is where spiritual and intellectual enlightenment were found.
Ancient Egyptians believed they were born at the bottom of the symbolic pyramid. According to their belief, you had to work your way up to the apex. When you reached the top, not only would you be a very old person near the end of life, you would have also achieved spiritual illumination and intellectual enlightenment.
Jeremiah 32:20 (KJV)
Which hast set signs and wonders in the land of Egypt, even unto this day.
Signs and Wonders in the Land of Egypt
According to the Bible, God put signs and wonders in the land of Egypt. The Bible also expresses that the signs and wonders God put in Egypt will be around for a very long time. "Unto this day" implies that the signs and wonders would be around for a very long time.
What else, other than the pyramids, could this possibly be referring to? It can be nothing else. According to the Holy Bible, God Himself, constructed the pyramid complex at Giza. This is according to the Bible. It also indicates that these signs and wonders will be there for a very long time, maybe forever. Indeed, the signs and wonders that the Bible says were put in the land of Egypt by God are still there, even unto this day.
Isaiah 19:19-20 (KJV)
In that day shall there be an altar to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar at the border thereof to the Lord.
And it shall be for a sign and for a witness unto the Lord of hosts in the land of Egypt: for they shall cry unto the Lord because of the oppressors, and he shall send them a saviour, and a great one, and he shall deliver them.
The Great Pyramid is the Alter of God
During the time of Isaiah, Egypt was divided into a north section and a south section. These sections were called the Upper Delta and the Lower Delta. If Egypt was divided into these two parts, the dividing line would go through the exact center of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
According to the Bible, the Great Pyramid is the alter of God. Not only did God put those pyramids there as a sign and wonder, the Great Pyramid is the very alter of God. Later, to the Hebrews who came out of Egypt, the pyramid was an accepted symbol which represented the Messiah.
Psalms 118:22 (KJV)
The stone which the builders refused is become the headstone of the corner.
Ephesians 2:20 (KJV)
And are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone.
Jesus is the Chief Cornerstone
In Pagan texts the Messiah was called the Lord of the Pyramid. The idea of a Messiah came thousands of years before the time of the Hebrews. Ancient Egyptians believed that God could not be seen, only his Sun could be seen. The apex of the pyramid, God's Sun, was the beginning and end of everything. The top of the pyramid was divine revelation, the whole work of Creation, and the Alpha and Omega.
The ancient Egyptians called the stone at the very top of the pyramid the Chief Cornerstone. On the one-dollar bill the Chief Cornerstone hovers above the rest of the pyramid. The Chief Cornerstone, according to the Bible, is none other than Jesus Christ, the Christian Messiah.
A cornerstone and a Chief Cornerstone are not the same. A cornerstone is part of the foundation. It is the first stone placed and is what is used to align the other stones. A Chief Cornerstone is the final stone put in place. A Chief Cornerstone is at the apex, the top, the pinnacle. A Chief Cornerstone is located at the top of a pyramid. According to the Bible, Jesus was not part of the foundation. The foundation consisted of the prophets and the apostles. Jesus, though, was the Chief Cornerstone, which is at the top, in the highest position.
1 Peter 2:7 (KJV)
Unto you therefore which believe he is precious: but unto them which be disobedient, the stone which the builders disallowed, the same is made the head of the corner.
In the All-Seeing Eye We Trust
Jesus is the Chief Cornerstone. The Chief Cornerstone is at the top of a pyramid. The temple of the Lord is the Great Pyramid of Giza. The All-seeing Eye symbolically represents Jesus. The pyramid symbolizes God. Ever wonder why the American Flag is supposed to be folded into a triangle? It represents God, that is why.
This ancient symbol is reproduced brilliantly on the one-dollar bill. On the back of the one-dollar bill it says "In God We Trust" and displays the very symbol of that God we are to trust. How appropriate.
This symbol and the ideas behind it have been built upon, altered, and manipulated to fit the agenda of whoever is using it. This symbol is very ancient and extremely powerful. If it was not powerful, it would not have been used as far and wide as it has.
The All-seeing Eye is Part of Our DNA
It is speculated that these, and other symbols, may affect Human consciousness on a subconscious level.
Small rodents are frightened and run for safety if they sense a hawk or some other predator lurking in the sky above. Rodents that have never seen a hawk instinctively know to run for cover if one is near. The reason for this is because after thousands of years of evolution, fear of predators has become embedded into the rodent's DNA.
If this knowledge can become part of a rodent's DNA, why can the same not be true about Human DNA. The All-seeing Eye has been used constantly for thousands of years. What effect does this have on places inside our minds that we are unaware of?
Is it possible that symbols, like the All-seeing Eye, affect the Human race in a way similar to a how seeing a hawk affects rodents? Some people think so. Maybe it is time to have another look at what is actually on the one-dollar bill. Maybe we should also have another look at where our beliefs come from. It may be a very good idea for us to consider the factual foundations of our beliefs and reexamine sacred truths that are most dear to our hearts. We might not know what we think we know, and it is time to find out.
Melissa Britt on July 14, 2020:
This is a powerful article! Thank you, Jason Horne!