I’ve been finding hexagons all over the Earth…and beyond. You might be surprised at what I’ve discovered.
Hexagon on Saturn’s North Pole
Saturn has a persistent hexagonal cloud pattern photographed by Voyager 1 in 1977 and again by the Cassini spacecraft in 2006. The gasses move at hundreds of miles per hour around the pole all the while maintaining a hexagonal structure.
Image courtesy of NASA
In astrology Saturn represents limitation, structure, and authority. Roman Saturn is the Greek Cronus.
Cronus had been conflated with the name of Chronos, the personification of time in Classical Antiquity. In the Renaissance, the combination of Cronus and Chronos give rise to “Father Time” wielding the harvesting scythe.
Saturn’s astrological symbol represents Father Time’s scythe.
Father Time on the Library of Congress, USA
In earlier times if people couldn’t pay their debts they were forced to live in a “workhouse”. Don’t kid yourself, the workhouse was a prison where everything about the paupers lives were regimented.
The Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834 was responsible for the erection of 554 new workhouses [one shy of 555] throughout England and Wales. The Report of the Royal Commission into the administration of the poor laws had recommended the separation of inmates into different groups, which necessitated the building of workhouses that allowed for that to take place.
The hexagonal building made it possible for able-bodied men and women and elderly and infirm men and women to be kept apart; each group had its own exercise yard that was surrounded by high walls. –Source
The Abingdon Workhouse
Greensville Correctional Center
This $106 million complex located in rural Virginia opened in 1990 as a maximum security prison.
Greensville houses the state death chamber where 106 executions by electrocution or lethal injection have taken place. There is a double perimeter fence topped with razor wire as well as six 52-foot high guard towers to bolster perimeter security.
I came across the following publication by the American Society of Civil Engineers:
Harold E. Holt Naval Communication Station, Australia
Located at the tip of Australia’s North West Cape, this station has been in operation since 1967. It outputs more than a million watts of power in Very Low Frequency signals which follow the curvature of the Earth and travel great distances.
For most of its existence this center was run solely by the United States but recently it was handed over to the Royal Australian Navy although US involvement and funding continues to this day. –Source
The stated purpose of this high powered hexagonal antenna array is to communicate with submarines but this has to be the least efficient communication device in the world — a million watts to make an underwater call?
Look at the shape, could this actually be a device that somehow limits us or keeps us imprisoned? Is it related to HAARP and mind control?
Canberra Australia Civic Centre
Canberra is the capitol of Australia. Canberra’s civic center takes the shape of a hexagon with the Australian Legislative Assembly and the Australian Supreme Court located within the London Circuit road (which tells you who is ultimately in charge). Who do you suppose is the Head of the Commonwealth of Nations?
By the way if anyone knows what the orange number symbols are in the above image I’d like to know because they appear to be the marriage of hexagon and pentagon, like the D+M pyramid on Mars and the Compuware HQ in Detroit.
The park at the center of the hexagon is called City Hill.
At the centre of the hill is a flagpole flying the Australian Capital Territory flag. Immediately surrounding the flagpole are double staggered rows of closely spaced Roman cypresses.
Radiating outwards are twelve oval shaped groups of Roman cypresses and six groups of Monterey pines (Pinus radiata) reinforcing the symmetrical nature of the design. Unusually for the centre of a large city and as a result of the relative isolation of City Hill, a small variety of mushrooms can be found growing under the pine trees. –Source
The New York Supreme Court at 60 Centre Street
The hexagonal building in the above image is the NY County Supreme Court on Foley Square in Manhattan. Foley Square’s black obelisk at the center of the starburst is also surrounded by the Thurgood Marshall United States Courthouse (the adjacent building with the pyramid on top) and the nearby Court of International Trade.
Long ago Foley Square was inhabited by the Lenape tribe of native Americans. The Lenape were driven off by the Dutch settlers of New Amsterdam, the first Europeans to settle in Manhattan.
In 1991 during the construction of the Foley Square Federal Office Building, Foley Square was discovered to be the burial ground of 15,000-20,000 African slaves from the 17th-18th centuries.
In 2006 the African Burial Ground National Monument was created. It is considered to be the “most important historic urban archaeological project undertaken in the United States.” –Source
In the 19th century this became known as the Five Points neighborhood (I find this interesting considering the hexagon sitting there now, but I digress). At Five Points’ “height”, only certain areas of London’s East End vied with it in the western world for sheer population density, disease, infant and child mortality, unemployment, prostitution, and violent crime. Five Points is alleged to have sustained the highest murder rate of any slum in the world.
It’s amazing what you can find when you start digging. Isn’t it ironic that buildings representing “justice” can be built on the foundations of horrendous injustice?
Museum of Jewish Heritage at the tip of Manhattan
We have seen how the hexagonal shape represents limitation, structure, and authority. If used positively these qualities can help one strengthen willpower, discipline, and perseverance.
If used negatively these same qualities can imprison.
Saturn teaches a hard lesson.
What do governments, the justice system, and religions have in common? They all strive to control the human mind in various belief systems.
There is a lie inside every belief, or in the words of Robert Anton Wilson, “belief is the death of intelligence.”
I’m not against governments, prisons, religions, or people in or working with these institutions. I’m simply making the point that believing something is giving your power away to others who set up a control system. Why believe when you can feel, intuit, think, and know all on your own? At a certain point it is just semantics, as “I believe” is often just a figure of speech anyway. But hopefully you see the point: think for yourself and wake up.
“A human being is a part of a whole, called by us the universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest… a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” -Albert Einstein
Here’s to breaking out of the hexagon!
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