Obelisk: Sex in the City


In ancient times, the Obelisk represented the god Osiris’ “missing” male organ, which Isis was not able to find after her husband/brother was slain and chopped into fourteen pieces by Seth. Isis replaced the missing organ with an Obelisk and magically impregnated herself with Horus, the resurrected Osiris. This legend formed the core of Egyptian cosmology and was fantastically venerated on the most imposing scale throughout all of Egypt by towering Obelisks, including at Karnak where the upright Obelisks (of Osiris) were “vitalized” or “stimulated” from the energy of the masturbatory Sun god Ra shining down upon them. Modern people, especially in America, may view these symbols as profane or pornographic, but they were in fact ritualized objects the ancients believed could produce tangible reactions, properties, or “manifestations” within the material world. The Obelisk and Dome as imitations of the deities’ male and female reproductive organs can be seen all over the world…

This Obelisk you see above was brought from Egypt and erected at the Vatican.

Through such ‘imitative sex’, the Dome and Obelisk could be “energy receivers” capable of assimilating Ra’s essence from the rays of the sun, which in turn drew forth the “seed” of the underworld Osiris. The seed of the dead deity would, according to the supernaturalism, transmit upward from out of the underworld through the base (testes) of the Obelisk and magically ejaculate from the tower’s head into the womb (Dome) of Isis. In this way, Osiris could be “born again” or reincarnated as Horus over and over….

How many times have we seen fireworks exploding over obelisks around the world?!

ABOVE: Image from Renegade X released Nov 2009, a ‘command and conquer’ style game.
Renegade X: The game revolves around a war between the Global Defense Initiative, and the Brotherhood of Nod. Each faction would have their own base of operations consisting of buildings. A team had to work together to destroy the enemy base, while keeping theirs intact. Obelisk/Advanced Guard Tower (Base defenses) Without these, your team has no automatic defense…

Canary wharf is an enormous glass obelisk. After its construction the Government decided to spend a billion pounds to build the Millenium Dome which was the focus of the celebration at the time of the millenium. As discussed, the symbolism of the obelisk and dome draw in solar and cosmic energies: they are important illuminati brotherhood symbols. Interestingly, I found out that not only was Peter Mandelson dubbed “the Prince of Darkness” but he was the same fellow that brought in the red rose as the Labour party symbol!

Millenium Dome & Canary Wharf, London

Across the planet, the elite have criss-crossed and interlaced the world with a network of phallic and other sexual monuments, statues and buildings. These objects are ‘hidden’ in plain sight. Illuminati architects are regularly commissioned to erect phallic obelisks and towers and mammary-breast domed buildings, which serve as cultic idols of worship. These strange, monumental idols celebrate the ancient, pagan Mystery Religions to which the modern Illuminists subscribe.

Why, for example, are four cities—Paris, Rome, London, and New York—each adorned by a towering Egyptian obelisk? Why are the Egyptian obelisks in London and New York both named “Cleopatra’s Needle?”

In ancient Egypt, in Babylon and in classical Greece and Rome, sexual salons and temples flourished, places where holy priestesses (prostitutes) and priest-sodomites were ritually “yoked” with devoted believers. In these religions, sexual intercourse in a mysterious, esoteric, religious setting was considered highly desirable as a pathway to initiation, self-divinity, and spiritual advancement.

Because of structures like the newly erected Agbar Tower (above), Barcelona, Spain is jokingly referred to as the “Phallic Capital of the World.”

Daily Deeliberation: The Rockefeller empire alone now owns more than 60% of the pharmaceutical industry in the United States.

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One Comment to “Obelisk: Sex in the City”

  1. The subject is fully clear but why does the text lack clarity? But in general your blog is great.

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