I went to LA in November 2011 and had a chance to take a closer look at the All Seeing Eye Pyramid in Century City, to experience the Magic of Holly Wood, and to investigate the mysteries surrounding the Santa Monica Pier. I made a bunch of interesting discoveries that I think you’ll enjoy especially if you have been following my work. Here’s what Century City Plaza looks like in Google Earth:
The two equilateral triangle buildings at the base of the pyramid are 44 stories each, making 88 floors of symbolic power. There are 88 constellations in the night sky and the road flanking the buildings on the right just happens to be called Constellation Boulevard.
I saw only two signs identifying what corporations are housed in the Century Plaza towers: JP Morgan and City National Bank; the latter’s logo reminds me of Jacob’s ladder.
Perhaps the towers are “the way up” to Orion and Sirius? The ancient Egyptians certainly believed that building copies of the stars on the earth would confer particular benefits.
“Whoever shall make a copy of the Duat, and shall know it upon earth, it shall act as a magical protector for him both in heaven and in earth, unfailingly, regularly, and eternally.” -The Book of What is in the Duat (circa 1400 BCE)
The long rectangular building above the top of the pyramid is the Creative Artists Agency. It has an inner void which a talented pilot might fly a helicopter through in some high budget movie.
The address of CAA is 2000 Avenue of the Stars. Constellations of stars are members of CAA:
“Creative Artists Agency is a talent and literary agency with offices in Los Angeles, Nashville, New York, Beijing, and London. CAA represents the most creative and successful artists working in music, film, television, theatre, sports, and games, and provides a range of strategic marketing services to corporate clients. The agency serves as the access point through which artists, consumers and global brands intersect to create, acquire and sell entertainment properties, and to enrich entertainment and brand experiences.” –Source
When I was standing there for my 15-minutes of observing fame, a drop dead gorgeous woman (I don’t have a clue who, but she looked Italian) got out of a brand new Porsche and walked past me into CAA.
The “eye” is really a semi-circular stone plaza in the middle of Century Park. It’s not really perceptible as an eye within a pyramid on the ground unless you think like an architect. You’d be able to see it plain as day from high up in the either of the twin towers which seem to resonate with Jachin and Boaz.
Put them together and you have the Star of David.
“How deeply Jewish is Hollywood? When the studio chiefs took out a full-page ad in the Los Angeles Times a few weeks ago to demand that the Screen Actors Guild settle its contract, the open letter was signed by: News Corp. President Peter Chernin (Jewish), Paramount Pictures Chairman Brad Grey (Jewish), Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Robert Iger (Jewish), Sony Pictures Chairman Michael Lynton (surprise, Dutch Jew), Warner Bros. Chairman Barry Meyer (Jewish), CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves (so Jewish his great uncle was the first prime minister of Israel), MGM Chairman Harry Sloan (Jewish) and NBC Universal Chief Executive Jeff Zucker (mega-Jewish). If either of the Weinstein brothers had signed, this group would have not only the power to shut down all film production but to form a minyan with enough Fiji water on hand to fill a mikvah.” –Source
I took the above photo from the Annenburg Space for Photography which looks down on the plaza. The Space was closed the day I visited but the exhibit they were hosting was called Beauty CULTure, showing a number of incarnations of the goddess Isis, or Lilith if you prefer her Babylonian Talmud version.
We drove down Santa Monica Blvd and saw people filming a scene seemingly for the cult of beauty…
…on the way to Hollywood & Highland (H&H) and the Kodak Theatre which is the permanent home of the Academy Awards ceremony. Hmm, the sign is just one letter off from Isis.
I wanted to get a closer look at what I call the Ishtar Gate. It’s bigger than I imagined, but the real shocker was what is framed perfectly under the gate off in the distance.
It’s the Hollywood sign. This is especially interesing because of the Hulu commercial I referenced in the Magic of Holly Wood where Alec Baldwin enters a secret alien base underneath this sign. The developers must have oriented the plaza in reference to this iconic sign:
Update: Thank you Christopher Hunter Myers for your comment on my Synchronicity in the City post relating to your blog post which in turn references an article by Philip Coppens called “The Phallis of Osiris in Hollywood?” Both are utterly fascinating and well worth reading.
To summarize, the best selling author Linda Goodman who wrote Sun Signs (1968), believed that there was an underground chamber underneath the cross on Hollywood Hill literally containing the phallis of Osiris.
“There are some hints that Goodman might not have been the first interested in this piece of land. Interestingly, the summit of the [Hollywood] hill is the only piece of property in LA that is circular in shape!” –Source
Richard Cassaro asks the intriguing question, “Was Jesus the Second Coming of Egypt’s Christ?”
Goodman spent a great deal of her own money having scientific tests performed that apparently showed that there is indeed a secret underground chamber under the cross on Hollywood Hill.
Philip Coppens wrote, “Hollywood Hill was a private project of Linda Goodman, which largely died when she died in 1995.” I wish her investigation will someday be reopened.
The line connecting the Ishtar gates goes right between Hollywood Hill and Hollwood Bowl on the other side of the the 101 freeway.
Conductors use another type of holly wood in the form of batons to entrance their audiences at the summer concerts at Hollywood Bowl.
Don’t forget the original Ishtar gate is 6555 miles away from the Ishtar Gate of Hollywood & Highland along a line that perfectly traces the city wall of Babylon itself.
Winged Babylonian gods holding pinecones flank the entrace to Victoria’s Secret inside H&H’s courtyard on one side of the Ishtar gate.
What is Victoria’s secret really? You know what those catalogs represent, that same CULT of beauty. Here’s an earlier issue:
The Whore of Babylon
Bel-Air is just a stone’s throw from H&H. In my post on 666, I mentioned that in 1989 Ronald and Nancy Reagan retired to 666 St. Cloud Road in Bel-Air. Nancy had the street number changed to 668. Also Ronald Wilson Reagan had 6 letters in each of his 3 names, making 666 by concatenation.
Bel, signifying “lord” or “master”, is a title rather than a genuine name, applied to various gods in Babylonian religion. –Source
The axis coming from Babylon goes right through the Ishtar gate of H&H and continues across the street to Disney’s El Capitan theatre. El Capitan must therefore be Bel.
In fact the precise axis is centered on the star at the top of the marquee. That might explain why the ticket booth is at the extreme right edge of the building. You can see the Hollywood Masonic Temple next door, where Jimmy Kimmel Live is currently filmed.
Incidentally Michael Eisner has a star that just happens to be right in front of the Hollywood Masonic Temple. Eisner was the CEO of Disney for 21 years. Remember Disneyland’s Club 33?
Thank you to Boodabill who commented on the Magic of Holly Wood post that the structure on top of the El Capitan looks like an obelisk. There is a resemblance.
It was with all these things in mind that we left H&H and drove west down Santa Monica Blvd into the setting sun. There are signs along the way that identify Santa Monica Blvd as Historic Route 66 (most people in LA probably don’t know this).
Route 66 served as a major path for those who migrated west, especially during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s.
I didn’t realize it until arriving on site but the Santa Monica Pier is literally the terminus of Route 66. This sign is on the pier.
Route 66 was known as The Mother Road before the interstate highway system replaced it. Here is Blaze Starr, burlesque dancer from the 1940s, getting her kicks on route 66.
I wanted to go to the end of Santa Monica pier because of something I discovered last summer in Google Earth: the tip of the Santa Monica Pier has the exact same latitude as the Temple of Baalbek in Lebanon. The circle shown on the pier corresponds precisely to the latitude of the center of the hexagonal temple atop the platform of Baalbek.
Linguistically Bel is a cognate of Ba’al. Baalbek was the cult center of Ba’al worship going back nine thousand years. The megaliths of Baalbek are some of the greatest mysteries on the planet. How did the ancients move 1200 ton stones when we can’t do it today?
Image courtesy Ralph Ellis under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.
There is also a ferris wheel on the Santa Monica Pier. Another all-seeing-eye held up by compasses if you will, reminding me of the Millennium Wheel in London.
My friend Jan Thulstrup sent me a picture of a Highway 66 in northern Israel, which isn’t too far from Baalbek incidentally; Israel’s route 66 goes through Megiddo – better known under its Greek name of Armageddon.
There’s just something about 66 that we all subconsciously know spells trouble.
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