The Flying Serpent statue in
the centre of Temple Bar
(left) in London, the former
Knights Templar lands and
home to some of the most
important secret societies
within the Babylonian
Illustrations by Clive Burrows, the Isle of Wight artist, of what people see when humans shape-shift into reptiles. This is particularly common among world leaders in politics, banking, business, the military and so on.
More Clive Burrows portrayals of
reptiles overshadowing a human
while not actually occupying the
body Burrows produced these
illustrations from descriptions by one
of the countless people I have met
who see the reptiles of the lower
fourth dimension. They appear to
attach to humans by two of the lower
The ancient images on the wall of the temple at Saqqara, Egypt, depicting one of their ‘gods’. Look at the close up of this ‘god’ and it correlates remarkably with the descriptions of the ‘serpent race’. It even seems to me to have wings, as with the winged Draco.
The Pope with his ‘fish head hat’, a symbol of the Babylonian god-figure, Nimrod.
Doves on the sceptres of British royalty The dove is a symbol of Queen Semiramis, Nimrod’s partner in Babylon. Note also the use of Maltese crosses which were found on caves in the former Phoenician land of Cappadocia in what is now Turkey
The Maltese Cross can also be found on the British Coronation Crown...
Prince Albert, Duke of Clarence and
Avondale, pictured in 1890, two
years before he ‘died’; and Adolph
Hitler pictured in the German army
25 years later in 1915. Are these the
same men? Was Hitler the grandson
of Queen Victoria? There are
certainly many fascinating
London, Paris, and Washington,
and many other major cities were
designed under the laws of
sacred geometry and have many
remarkably similar buildings and
monuments. Domes and obelisks
are particularly prevalent. Here
(left to right) we have St Paul’s
Cathedral (London), the
Pantheon (Paris) and the
The eternal flame is the classic symbol of the Babylonian Brotherhood. Here it is held by the Brotherhood hero, Prometheus (left), at the Rockefeller Centre in New York...
... it can also be seen on the Statue of Liberty on an island in New York Harbour (left), and its mirror image on an island in the River Seine in Paris (right).
The Arc de Triomphe, the
Sun symbol centre of a
pattern in the street plan
of Paris. Twelve roads
feed Th to the ‘Etoile’ or
star circle and the points
of the Sun are even
depicted on the road. The
Arc is in direct line down
the Champs Elysees with
other arches, the Luxor
obelisk in the Place de Ia
Concorde, and the
enormous black glass
pyramid erected outside
the Louver Museum.
The Pont de L‘Alma Tunnel in
Paris (left), the Bridge or Place
of the Moon Goddess, and
above the tunnel are the
crossroads, the traditional
domain of Hecate.
Mohamed Al Fayed (above) and the Sun symbol headgear pictured in the Daily Express. The gold lion is a symbol of the Sun cult and the two horns are similar to those said to have been worn by Nimrod in Babylon.
The headwear is remarkably similar to that worn by Isis (above right) in her Egyptian depictions.
The 40 foot stone owl
beside the sacrificial
Grove in Northern
California during a
Summer Camp for the
Brotherhood Elite. The
owl is symbolic of
Moloch, the deity to
which children in the
ancient world were
alive - and still are
This is claimed to be the VRlL-7, one of the Nazi ‘flying saucer’ craft developed during the Second World War and later perfected in the United States and elsewhere.