Miscellaneous Ramblings and Observations Yours Truly:
Observing logos/artis a side hobby.
For the Midwest Liberty Fest ad, above, there’s…
–The dove for peace (a nice Biblical symbol: Noah’s flood, and the Holy Spirit as a dove at the Lord’s baptism);
–The branch in the dove’s mouth with 6 red leaves first, and 6 green leaves afterward (66*?), or 12 leaves total (12 is a nice Biblical number: the 12 tribes of Israel, the 12 apostles, the 12 foundation corner stones, the 12 stars over the woman’s [Israel’s] head in Revelation chapter 12, etc.); with 3 red leaves having fallen off the dove’s branch, for a total of 9 red leaves vs. the 6 green ones.
Why do the red leaves precede the green ones on the branch? Because Fall and Winter precede Spring? Or is a “bloody revolution” expected before the “green of peace” can prevail?
Interesting about the number 9: Early yesterday morning some man on the Christian channel was discussing the number 9 and 2009. He said 9 stands for “breakthrough.” I’m all for that.
In the occult, however, 9 stands for “finality, completion,” which is why some thought 2009 would be the year the globalists jab their final hooks into the world. The year is in it’s final months so I personally don’t think 2009 is going to be “their” year.
-6 is the number for imperfect man (one short of the perfect number = 7);
-*66 is the number for imperfect government set up by imperfect man;
-666 is the number for the Ultimate imperfect man to establish his Final world government.
Both the Liberty crescent flag and official South Carolina State Flag were listed. Obviously the Liberty flag is a takeoff from the official South Carolina State Flag (which I really like because it has a palm tree which is one of my fav things): http://www.50states.com/flag/scflag.htm
South Carolina State Flag
Asked by the Revolutionary Council of Safety in the fall of 1775 to design a flag for the use of South Carolina troops, Col. William Moultrie chose a blue which matched the color of their uniforms and a crescent which reproduced the silver emblem worn on the front of their caps. The palmetto tree was added later to represent Moultrie’s heroic defense of the palmetto-log fort on Sullivan’s Island against the attack of the British fleet on June 28, 1776.
Due to the blue/white colors of the SC flag I wondered if Col. William Moultrie was a Freemason (blue/white = Masonic Blue Lodge colors, and also Israel’s flag colors). There’s no evidence Moultrie was a Mason per this link/chart, “George Washington’s Generals & Freemasonry”: http://bessel.org/gwgenmas.htm ; and in this book by Albert Pike himself, Pike mentions William Moultrie but does not say he was a Mason but rather that he was related to another family who Pike knew from his lodge:
The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry By Albert Pike:
Side Note re Charleston, SC: A few years back many were wondering if a “event” might occur in Charleston because it sits on the 33rd parallel (like Dallas/JFK).
Per wiki, that Liberty flag (“Flag of Fort Moultrie, SC”) was “authored” by someone named “K. Aainsqatsi,” and under “File Summary,” there’s another “User” name of “Himasaram”: