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The economy is part of looming events but only part and while the stock market will be involved (as an erratic indicator) we face change at a level that no one at the Treasury Department or Congress or the White House or the parliaments of Europe anticipates. Is there a small cabal that does -- that has -- anticipated a future breakdown?

It is curious in this light to contemplate the Georgia Guidestones in the northeast of that state, those granite monuments reaching upward to nineteen feet on a rolling horizon and containing etched words for how the world should conduct itself (and reassemble) after an implied calamity or collapse of our modern system [see article].

Whether put there by a small, eccentric group or a larger school of thought, it is curious how they share a tenor and an architectural sterility with constructs elsewhere, including the new, sprawling mega-airport in Denver, Colorado [see previous story], that some see as likewise contemplating a huge shift in society (with equally enigmatic messages).

We will take a closer look at this next month when God-willing we go there for a retreat during which we will be discussing precisely such matters.

There is, famously, the demonic-looking "horse of the apocalypse" at the airport -- a sculpting that has disturbed and even frightened travelers, especially children, who have asked if it is the devil's horse.

There is also a cornerstone with the Masonic compass -- perhaps simply a nod to prominent men who, as elsewhere, belong to that group as a social organization but still brush against a power that is ominous in the sensation that is conveyed.

"Blue Mustang Sculpture Shocks Visitors, Perturbs Poets; 'Because of This Thing, People Think They Are in Hell,'" said a subhead in The Wall Street Journal, quoting one Denver resident as saying: "It looks like it's possessed. I have a huge fear of flying anyway, and to be greeted at the airport by a demon horse -- it's not a soothing experience."

And still, that's but the start. Why all the esoteric symbols on the floors? What purpose? Who went haywire with creativity? It seems too brazen to be a plot. And why the truly bizarre murals?  "A burning city, children sleeping on piles of bricks, a line of mourning women in rags with dead babies, limp in their arms. A huge, looming military figure in a gas mask brandishes a sword and machine gun. Part of an actual note written by a child interred in a Nazi death camp. Strange words embedded in the floor with no explanation about what they mean," notes one writer. (There is also a dove; and one woman looks just a bit like the weeping Virgin.)

In Denver, a brass plaque was placed at the end of an artistic pedestal above a time capsule -- as there is also a time capsule in Georgia. Both places seem to foretell of great population reduction, at least in the way of the airport murals.

Some see both too as promoting the idea of one-world rule (the Georgia monuments call for this explicitly).

In Georgia, a link has been drawn to Rosicrucianism.

Is it just a coincidence -- that these two projects both have the air of arcane New Age or masonic organizations and seem to foretell an apocalypse and imply a pattern for refuge or reconfiguration?

Perhaps. No doubt, there are secular rational explanations. It serves no one to wander into the paranoid. It is admittedly difficult to visualize a hidden cabal getting into esoteric artwork. But, again, it is the feeling that is conveyed -- the same feeling one gets with the cold sterility on Wall Street or of modern art (so encouraged and endowed by the elites) or when one reads of the Bilderberg Group (members of which are known to promote population reduction) or the symbols -- the owl -- at Bohemian Grove in California.

Is it simply that such symbols long have pervaded culture -- and simply pop up on occasion? Or are they connected humanly? Is it -- more than a human conspiracy -- a spirit moving?

Pyramids. Capstones. Some go so far as to wonder about the dollar. (The same all-seeing eye can also be found on the state seal for Colorado, coincidentally.)

Call these summer ruminations. At any rate, we face a time of change, and it will only be through prayer that we prepare for it. The root of economic woes in America and the West comes down to the simple truth that capitalism fails without God. It also fails when everyone is "rich." Minus morality, any nation is as destined for the dust heap of history as was Godless Communism. We are not at that point but we ignore how much "progress" we made without His guidance and often against His Will in structuring falsity as well as how current woes trace back to the ideal of greed that percolated to the surface during the 1980s in the wake of a new wanton (and Godless) libertarianism (see: Ayn Rand). "Do what thou wilt" became the rule of the land; all was right that "made" money (made -- out of thin air -- it was). The false economy was first engendered in Manhattan as everything became a commodity and source for speculation and as false wealth was contrived by the shuffle of paper, with nothing to back it and now -- having spread elsewhere, like mold -- bringing us to this point where all will melt down until all the paper, all the falsity, is burned in the open air.

The question becomes how best to weather whatever scenarios take shape in the coming denouements and it is perhaps time to accent the need for community: we may be approaching a period when like-minded people will indeed coalesce into enclaves that seek independence from an infrastructure that appears precarious and has sand under it foundation (Matthew 7:26) -- one that indeed could be usurped by an evil power. Prayerful long-term planning is the order of the day; trends thicken around us. Those who obsess about nuances miss a larger picture, for the mistakes of modern society transcend politics (and talk shows). It is difficult not to wonder about current trends in the light of an alleged recent message from the Blessed Mother: "As individuals, my children, you cannot stop the evil that wants to begin to rule in this world and to destroy it. But, according to Godís Will, all together, with my Son, you can change everything and heal the world."

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[Notes from blog on Benjamin Franklin and design of the dollar:  "Although Franklin's committee did not suggest a pyramid, it did originate the suggestion of the eye. The term 'the all-seeing eye' is never used in describing it. The Franklin committee wanted the seal to include a reflection of divine providence and discussed a variety of themes including the Children of Israel in the Wilderness. Some have suggested that the pyramid and the eye are the result of Masonic influence, but the only member of the original committee who was a Mason was Franklin and this committee's design was rejected by congress. None of the final designers of the seal was a Mason. The eye as representing 'the eye of providence' has a long history. It's more likely that both the designers of the Great Seal and the Masons both drew from that history. The use of 'the all seeing eye' as uniquely Masonic first appeared in 1797, nearly 15 years after the adoption of the symbolism by Congress."

Says an opposing blog: "One side of the Great Seal shows an ancient Egyptian pyramid, beneath a triangle containing a glowing eye. The shining eye in the triangle is a certainly a famous and common Masonic symbol, although some Masonic sources prefer to deny this. The All Seeing Eye is one of the most important and spiritual Masonic symbols, and the distinguished Freemason George Washington, first President of the United States of America, wore it emblazoned boldly on his Masonic apron. The front of the Great Seal displays an Eagle, which is also an important symbol in Masonic traditions. The use of the blazing eye in the triangle motif, surrounded by rays of light, in the official seal of the Ordo Templi Orientis, confirms the occult significance of this symbol. Incidentally, every American state has its own official State Seal. For instance, the Great Seal of the State of Colorado bears the ubiquitous radiant eye inside the triangle, together with other relevant symbols."]

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