Intelligence agencies have always been connected to the occult: to fraternal orders in the US, to secret societies, and other entities. The “occulted” (hidden) things they believe are visible to only the initiated: those who can decipher the symbolism they speak in.
One indication that this underworld exists within intelligence agencies lies in a statue dedicated at the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia.
Jim Sanbor, an elite connected sculptor created this coded monument for the CIA headquarters. It is a 9 foot, 11 inch high main sculpture, a wave of copper with letters cut out like a matrix. It is anchored by an 11 foot column of petrified wood, with gigantic pieces of granite below a low fountain. It is enjoyed by CIA analysts and spies when they eat outside.
Sanborn’s father was head of exhibitions at the Library of Congress. He has created sculptoral works for Massachusetts Institute of Technology, another majorly elite connected institution. Themes in his sculptures involve “making the invisible visible,” with works that focus on secret messages, atomic reactions, magnetism, and other topics.
He made a work titled “Critical Assembly,” modeled after the first atomic bomb and Manhattan Project experiments: the celebration of this horrific project is a thing that feels characteristic of occult connected, elite people.
His CIA headquarters monument is meant to be a “challenge” for the CIA to decode. The CIA and associated agencies have taken up the innocuous sounding challenge, creating headlines about it. 3 out of 4 messages on the monument have been deciphered, but there are surely deeper layers of meaning to the deciphered words.
It took 7 years for the code to be cracked on the first 3 sections. According to ATS:
“The first code breaker, a CIA employee named David Stein, spent 400 hours working by hand on his own time. Stein, who described the emergence of the first passage as a religious experience, revealed his partial solution to a packed auditorium at Langley in February 1998. But not a word was leaked to the press. Sixteen months later, Jim Gillogly, an LA-area cryptanalyst used a Pentium II computer and some custom software to crack the same three sections. When news of Gillogly’s success broke, the CIA publicized Stein’s earlier crack.”
The deciphered 3 sections read:
K1 Solution: BETWEEN SUBTLE SHADING AND THE ABSENCE OF LIGHT LIES THE NUANCE OF IQLUSION
k2 solution: it was totally invisible hows that possible ? they used the earths magnetic field x the information was gathered and transmitted underground to an unknown location x does Langley know about this ? they should its buried out there somewhere x who knows the exact location ? only ww this was his last message x thirty eight degrees fifty seven minutes six point five seconds north seventy seven degrees eight minutes forty four seconds west x layer two
k3 solution: slowly desperately slowly the remains of passage debris that encumbered the lower part of the doorway was removed with trembling hands i made a tiny breach in the upper left hand corner and then widening the hole a little i inserted the candle and peered in the hot air escaping from the chamber caused the flame to flicker but presently details of the room within emerged from the mist x can you see anything Q?
What does that mean? Perhaps it’s something along the lines of what other Freemasons talk about, or maybe something represented by the Denver Airport Murals: that’s a broad stroke of ideas to place together, but all of those things have the same characteristic, “occult order” feel to them.
The people who founded the intelligence agencies were into the occult, fraternal orders and secret societies, and they hold certain beliefs that have to do with numerology and astrology. It is so much more than we know: that’s just the very tip of the iceberg.
Intelligence agencies are historically linked to occult orders, fraternal orders, and strange secret societies. This documentary explains.
For an interesting example, have you ever heard of the NRO, or National Reconnaissance Office? I hadn’t either, before I watched this presentation breaking down their mysterious, extremely occult looking logos and mission patches.
They are almost unheard of, but of all the US intelligence agencies they have the highest budget and the fewest staff: very strange.
This is a very important topic, because it touches on some of the deeper, more insightful motives that drive people at the top of the power structure. Occult beliefs and activities pervade the high echelons of power in our society, and it’s necessary to understand what they believe to understand their motives.