05 New York City Part 1 - Secrets in Plain Sight

Uploaded by Secretsinplainsight on 27.10.2010

The last thing I noticed in Washington DC propelled me on a virtual journey around the
world. Remember the pair of interlocking triangles
surrounding the White House? It struck me that the horseshoe shaped lawn in the White
House backyard looked a lot like the blue stone ring at Stonehenge. That got me thinking
how these two triangles together form a 5 by 12 rectangle that has the same proportions
as the station rectangle at Stonehenge. Following this hunch, I drew a line from the
tip of the Federal Triangle to the center of Stonehenge. Later on I happened to zoom
into New York City when this layer was on, and saw that the alignment perfectly bisects
Central Park. That's probably not an accident so here we go!
The angle that this large scale alignment takes through Central Park matches the interlocking
Pythagorean triangles' hypotenuses. Four such triangles match Central Park's proportions
of 5 to 24 precisely. I then wondered what is this unusual aqueduct
doing just under the surface of the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis reservoir? It seems to mirror
the triangle's hypotenuse angle. That's certainly odd, but in my research I've learned to follow
so-called coincidences wherever they lead. The aqueduct leads us to the Metropolitan
Museum of Art. Getting closer still, we see this variation of the Templar flag in the
atrium of the Robert Lehman collection. Incidentally Albrecht Durer's esoteric masterpiece Melancholia
I is in this collection and we'll study it in Egypt.
In case you're thinking I'm imagining connections where none exist, right outside this room
is one of the oldest artifacts in North America, a 3500 year old Egyptian obelisk from Heliopolis.
Note the octagon surrounding yet another solar symbol. There are only a handful of ancient
Egyptian obelisks left in the world, even counting those still in Egypt. So when I see
one I sit up and take notice. This obelisk is the twin of Cleopatra's needle
in London. Egyptian temples typically had paired obelisks at their entrances, so the
obelisks now in New York and London used to together frame the entrance to a temple in
Heliopolis. It was quite a difficult and expensive project in the 19th century, and even today,
to transport a 224 ton slab of granite halfway across the planet. Connecting nations with
ancient Egypt was apparently a very powerful motivator to the Freemasons who bothered moving
these obelisks. Overlaying the floor plan, we see what the
aqueduct is pointing to, literally an ancient Egyptian temple within the Sackler wing of
the Met. The Temple of Dendur had to be removed from its original site in order to save it
from being submerged by the construction of the Aswan High Dam. In 1965 the government
of Egypt presented the temple as a gift to the United States, which was ceremonially
represented by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. That's quite a coincidence considering the
aqueduct in Jacquie's reservoir led us to the very temple she received. Was the former
first lady playing the role of Isis? While we're in New York let's take a look
at one of the most famous tourist spots and greatest symbols of America and visit the
Statue of Liberty. The authors Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval
have researched the Statue of Liberty and you might be surprised what they have found.
French sculptor and well-known Freemason Bartholdi designed the colossal statue originally for
the opening of the Suez canal in 1867. Fellow Freemason Gustave Eiffel, who was later made
famous for his Parisian Tower, was commissioned as the statue's engineer.
It is said Bartholdi modeled the sculpture after the Roman goddess Libertas. The truth
is Libertas was an echo of the Egyptian goddess Isis.
After Bartholdi's colossus was rejected for the Suez canal due to financial reasons, he
re-purposed it as the Statue of Liberty for New York harbor. It comes as no surprise that
the cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty was laid in a masonic ceremony.
Researcher Jim Alison has connected the dots and identified the triangle between Giza,
Pharos and the opening of the Suez canal. The angle of this triangle matches the slope
of the great pyramid and looks like the Greek letter delta which beautifully echoes the
Nile delta. The colossus of Rhodes was one of the 7 wonders
of the ancient world. The giant statue that stood on the island of Rhodes depicted Apollo,
god of the Sun, who also wore a crown of 7 rays.
Seven rays is very interesting in light of the culmination of the initiation ceremony
into the cult of Isis. According to 19th century author Eduard Schure, after a successful initiate
survived all the harrowing tests and triumphed over death by fire, water, and temptation
of the senses, he was led into an inner sanctum where he looked upon a colossal metal statue
of Isis, crowned with a diadem of seven rays. I believe seven is Isis' secret number.
Isis' son Horus was god of the Sun, just as Apollo depicted in the colossus of Rhodes
was god of the Sun to the Greeks. You'll see that the Statue of Liberty's base
star is quite odd, having 11 points. I think this was done to make the number symbolism
in the Statue of Liberty fit an important Egyptian structure, the Great Pyramid of Giza
whose height to base proportion is 7 to 11, like the famous convenience store's name.
And if you didn't get 11 from the base star, the height of the statue from heel to top
of head is 111'1". So it all fits now: you see how the Statue
of Liberty secretly depicts the Egyptian Goddess Isis.