There has always been a lot of speculation of just exactly who was the model for the face of Lady Liberty. There is even speculation that it might be a black woman.
By TOM KIRCHOFER
Associated Press Writer
BOSTON (AP) - The Statue of Liberty has long stood as a beacon of hope to immigrants. But National Park Service researchers are looking into the possibility that Lady Liberty may have been intended, at least in part, as a monument to freed black slaves. MORE!
Now that may or may not be the case, especially if you know that the "Emancipation Proclamation" was never signed and the slaves kind of just wandered off in the confusion of the Civil War.
Lady Liberty does have a broken chain around her foot but on the original sculpture a 21 inch replica the broken chain appears in her hand. So there are rumors that this might have been a gift in celebration of ending slavery, I doubt it especially knowing where it came from.
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The artist is a French guy named Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi, sculpture and Freemason. He said the image he used was his mother, but it is rumored that Bartholdi actually used the image of Mary Magdalene...
One of the many proofs of Freemasonry's cult of liberty, and furthermore of its deep influence upon our culture and mentality, is the Statue of Liberty. This colossus in New York's harbor was conceived by Freemasons, financed by Freemasons, built by Freemasons, and installed by Freemasons in a Freemasonic ceremony. The poem about "the huddled masses" inscribed on its base was written by American Jewess, Emma Lazarus.
|Bartholdi sailed to America, at the suggestion of other Freemasons and kindred spirits in France, for the purpose of proposing the project. Although he had no drawings as he set sail, his Masonic biographer writes, as he entered New York harbor, "he caught a vision of a magnificent goddess (Nimrod's Semiramis -- Isis or Astarte), holding aloft a torch (of Illuminism) in one hand and welcoming all visitors to the land of freedom and opportunity" (signifying Brotherhood control of the American people by the "liberties" perpetrated against them). MORE!|
Here is where it really gets funky...Have you ever wondered who's wedding it was when Jesus turned the water into wine. Have you ever wondered why Mary Magdalene was always hanging around Jesus and the disciples, the hints in the Bible that she may be a whore?
THE STATUE OF LIBERTY
The Statue of Liberty in New York harbor was presented in 1884 as a gift from the French Grand Orient Temple Masons to the Masons of America in celebration of the centenary of the first Masonic Republic.
She is holding the Masonic "Torch of Enlightenment". Also referred to back in the 1700's by the Illuminati Masons as the "Flaming Torch of Reason". The Torch represents the "Sun" in the sky.
The Statue of Liberty's official title is, "Liberty Enlightening the World".
The cornerstone of the statue records how it was laid in a Masonic ceremony (see plaque photo above).
THE TORCH SYMBOL
Illuminati means to "bare light" one way to symbolize this is by carrying a torch. A torch sits on top of the Statue of Liberty, on top of JFK's grave, and on top of the tunnel where Princess Diana was killed.
Best selling author, Robert Bauval:
"The cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty was placed in a solemn ceremony in 1884 organized by the Masonic lodges of New York.
The Statue of Liberty, which was designed by the French sculptor Bartholdi and actually built by the French Engineer, Gustave Eiffel (both well-known Freemasons), was not originally a ‘Statue of Liberty’ at all, but first planned by Bartholdi for the opening of the Suez Canal in Egypt in 1867.
Bartholdi, like many French Freemasons of his time, was deeply steeped in ‘Egyptian’ rituals, and it has often been said that he conceived the original statue as an effigy of the goddess Isis, and only later converted it to a ‘Statue of Liberty’ for New York harbor when it was rejected for the Suez Canal."
The goddess Isis is known by many names, including Juno.
Above: Roman Godess Juno 735 B.C. (wife of Zeus)
Below: Interestingly, the goddess Juno made an appearance on a Vatican coin in 1963 (notice her torch) during the period of the alleged Freemason Roncalli's Pontificate, the curiously named John XXIII, architect of the disastrous Vatican II.
Below: Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, the Sculpture of the Statue of Liberty, on a Masonic Card (notice the Masonic compass and square). MORE!
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