10.09 Eye of Providence

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The Eye of Providence, otherwise known as the “All Seeing Eye”, is a symbol depicting a single eye surrounded by rays of light enclosed in a triangle. It is generally interpreted as the eye of God watching over humankind or divine providence. In reality however, the All Seeing Eye of G.O.D. (i.e., Greenland of Denmark) is a symbol which represents the one-eyed Beast of Greenland. Geographically speaking, the Island of Greenland is shaped in the silhouette of a bear’s head, bore’s head or wolf’s head containing only one eye, hence the reference. Because so-called Ancient Egypt and the Egyptian Pyramids are historical cover for the Greco-Roman Empire, the All Seeing Eye was first known as the Eye of Horus. In Medieval times, the Eye of Providence became an explicit image of the Christian Trinity for Greenland is the third and final den (home) of the Roman Empire. In Norse mythology, the Eye of Providence is represented by the one-eyed Greco-Roman god of Odin. The All Seeing Eye is also found within the logo of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes (RAOB), a secret society in England tasked with keeping Greenland safe. The letter “A” in the English language is a tribute to the Eye of Providence which is represented in modern times on the reverse side of the Great Seal of the United States and the United States one-dollar bill. On the U.S. seal, the Eye of Providence is surrounded by the words Annuit Cœptis, allegedly meaning "He approves (or has approved) [our] undertakings", and Novus Ordo Seclorum, allegedly meaning "New Order of the Ages". The phrase “Annuit Cœptis” (N+T+C/K+F/P+T+S) acronymically and/or consonantly appears to equate to “Net Cap Time System”, an apparent reference to the dragnet which has been laid out by the Roman Empire in order keep Greenland, the capstone of the Earth, secret and safe. The term “Novus Ordo Seclorum” (N/X+V/B+S+R+D+S+C/K+L+R+M) acronymically and/or consonantly appears to equate to “North Victoria System Red Sickle Rome” an apparent reference to Victoria, the Roman goddess of victory, and the bloody Cronus or sickle of the Grim Reaper which maintains Rome’s victory over mankind. On the U.S. one-dollar bill, the All Seeing Eye is positioned above an unfinished pyramid with 13 steps, representing the 13 Bloodlines of Rome. Aside from the Eye of Providence’s use in popular culture, it was adopted by the Masonic Order in 1797, ultimately providing political cover for its affiliation to Greenland. Consequently, the All Seeing Eye has since become associated with Freemasonry, the Great Architect of the Universe, and the Illuminati. Because the Eye of Providence is representative of espionage conducted by the Roman Empire in Greenland, it is depicted in the seal of DARPA's Information Awareness Office and in the insignia of the United Kingdom Guards Division.

Eye of Providence in Popular Culture

The Eye of Providence and the term “The All Seeing Eye” are found throughout popular culture, including but not limited to: Art: Pontormo - Cena in Emmaus (1525), a painting by Jacopo Pontormo; Books: Eye of Sauron or the Lidless Eye, in J. R. R. Tolkien's “The Lord of the Rings”; Business: logo of CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System); Coat of Arms: coat of arms of Braslaw; Lithuania; coat of arms of Šiauliai; Lithuania; and the canting arms of the Jauch Family; Computing: The All-Seeing Eye, a computer software application for gamers; The All-Seeing Eye, a mechanical gadget in the Wii game “The Conduit”; Currency: above the pipe organ on the Estonian 50 Krooni (1994), left of the building on the Ukrainian 500 Hryvnia (2006), above the pyramid on the United States 1 Dollar (1957); Documents: front page of the Constitution of Serbia (1835);  atop the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (1789); Films:National Treasure” (2004), “National Treasure: Book of Secrets” (2007); and “The All-Seeing Eye”, also referred to as the “Triangle of Light”, is a fictional magical relic featured prominently in the film “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” (2001); Flags: flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1907-1979); and the flag of Šiauliai, Lithuania; Fraternities: crest of Delta Tau Delta; crest of Phi Delta Theta; crest of Phi Kappa Psi; and the crest of Delta Kappa Epsilon; Games: logo of Steve Jackson Games; Military: insignia of the UK Guards Division; Music: All Seeing I, the British electronic music group; and the “The All Seeing Eye” (1965), a jazz album by Wayne Shorter; Religion:  above the Cape Dutch gable (Stellenbosch, South Africa); above the doorway of the Salt Lake Temple (Salt Lake City, Utah); altar decoration in a museum (Pala, India); on the gate of Aachen Cathedral (Aachen, Germany); pedestal decoration of the Alexander Column (Saint Petersburg, Russia); pediment of an Esoteric Christian temple (Mount Ecclesia, California); pediment of the Kazan Cathedral (St. Petersburg Russia); pediment of the Roman Catholic cathedral (Salta, Argentina); stained glass window of a Christian church (Fifield, Wisconsin); stone carving outside a church building (Mykulychyn, Ukraine); stone carving in Jewish cemetery (Kamienna Góra, Poland); and the Christian Eye of Providence; Seals: seal of DARPA's Information Awareness Office; the Great Seal of the United States; and the seal of Kenosha, Wisconsin; Secret Societies: symbol of the Masonic Order (Freemasonry); Television:Arthur” (1996-Present), the All Seeing Eye is above Prunella's bed; and Universities: seal of the University of Chile; and the seal of the University of Mississippi.