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The Rothschild Foundation Hospital in Paris

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Mark Pooperburg
Mark Pooperburg
30 days ago

Eye in center and the serpent. Any significance of the five arrows?

ruth
ruth
29 days ago

Maybe to signal the enlightenment part of the “all seeing eye”. And also to give the snake the excuse to make 3 6s with its body.

Yxxy
Yxxy
29 days ago

Chaos symbol

calis
calis
4 days ago

The 5 arrows represent the five sons

ibelieve
ibelieve
30 days ago

perhaps some perspective and/or insight for those who may not be symbol literate….

SwingIt
SwingIt
30 days ago
Reply to  ibelieve

Snake huh arrows huh what is this mean? Wrath child?

martin
martin
25 days ago
Reply to  escalator

The inspiration and origin of the caduceus is very likely of an electrical plasma column instability, very well described by Anthony Peratt in his revolutionary paper from 2003 titled “Characteristics for the Occurrence of a High-Current,Z-Pinch Aurora as recorded in Antiquity”

All these occult and not occult symbols seem to have originated from extraordinary figures that appeared in the sky when earth was subject to an incredible electrical stress. Millennia ago? Recurrent episodes? Some of the symbols might even have as origin electrical plasma displays from other celestial bodies too, especially if this event(s) affected all the solar system which seems also very likely.

To confirm the possible source of inspiration for the caduceus symbol check the extraordinary Colombian 8-mile rock “art”, found in 2020 if I’m not mistaken, which contains many caduceus like figures as well as many other figures described by Peratt. Note that these pictographs are dated to 8ky ago (from memory but who really knows how old they are…)

One of the more clear examples of a caduceus is one that can be seen on the top left of a pictograph that one could describe as a ship/boat where there’s a couple of “characters” on top of it. I also wonder if this “ship” could be the origin of some of the myths about a celestial boat although there are other possibilities too… Note also that those “characters” reminds us of Kokopelli/Nanabhozo figures.

To confirm that this pictographs are very very likely of electrical nature check another unmistakable figure present in the Colombian wall: the stacked toroid column (ladder/caterpillar/centipede figures). A very clear example of this particular figure can be found next to a figure that looks like a doted carpet (square/rectangle). Notice that it has a striking resemblance to what Peratt describes in his paper with nine inner lines (toroids/donuts, the number can be variable) and curved edges.

Speaking of this carpet like figure could this possibly be the origin of many of the about magical flying carpets, namely King Solomon magic carpet? One of the question that arises is obviously what is this strange “carpet”. As seen very unlikely the fruit of a fertile imagination (where’s the logic?). In my not so expert opinion I would suggest that it’s some kind of plasmoid (like the ball lightning phenomena but more complex). Some might argue and suggest it’s some celestial body under heavy electrical stress but I’m not a fan of that hypothesis…

Back to the article’s logo, arrows are also linked to Mars/Heracles (planet or not doesn’t really matter for the case) as is the eagle (notice the eagle holding arrows in dollar bills).

The all seeing eye seem to have as origin the Ouroboros/Osiris myth, the circle with a central point, a symbol found around the world representing the sun. Which sun is it or was is open for discussion. There’s undoubtful strong arguments for it being the planet Saturn (Shamash/Samas/Sama-el/Satan) but there’s also conundrums that arises, especially if one assumes David Talbot polar configuration theory (which I’m not a fan :p) although his book “The Saturn myth” is a must read. Now who knows what a supercharged Saturn/Jupiter would look like from Earth even on their current orbits.

In the center it looks like a stylized version of the famous winged disk with multiply inner circles. Multiply circles that seem to correspond to the description made by Ezequiel… (or was it another prophet?). Likely the real origin of the Atlantis myth. To resume the logo seem to integrate different symbols in one.

article
article
29 days ago
Reply to  ibelieve

I would also add that in ancient Egypt the rod and the serpent are associated to witchcraft, as warlocks were performing magic with rods that would change into serpents. This means practicing a certain ritual, doing magic, but we are led to accept these symbols as being about medical knowledge, healing etc. Even the word pharmacy has roots in a Greek word that means spells, potions, witchcraft. No wonder why the serpent also appears on pharma logos.

ashleyhanks1986
ashleyhanks1986
30 days ago

“Head and Neck Expertise”

I’m sure…

Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago

The 5 arrows have some family significance clearly.

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Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

And here.

Red Shield.

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Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

Oh man. Five Arrows is the name of one of their asset arms.

Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago
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Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

Well it would seem the 5 arrows were Mayer Amschell’s 5 sons.

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Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

So representing “family.” Their fam of course.

Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

The eye in this one

Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

But it’s crooked.

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Rosey
Rosey
29 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

Square and compass is clearer here I didn’t really see it on the one above.

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Bill
Bill
28 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

It’s a “planet” they worship.