Brad Meltzer's Decoded, Season 1, Episode 3 Has Allegations the Statue of Liberty is a "Symbol of Lucifer"
Dec 16, 2010
Roy A. Barnes, Yahoo! Contributor Network
Brad Meltzer's Decoded , Season 1, Episode 3 aired on History Channel Thursday night, with allegations that the Statue of Liberty is a symbol of Lucifer, blamed on the Illuminati. Additionally, this show seems to try to find the doings of freemasons under every rock, nook, and cranny, so to speak, but then discount them in the end. Season 1, Episode 3 of Brad Meltzer's Decoded once again sees the host standing in front of a chalkboard rather than go out and do some field work like the host of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura does. And one of his investigators, Christine, in effect, compared the conspiracy theorists to "paranoid schizophrenics" during this program. Season 1, Episode 3 of Brad Meltzer's Decoded Sees the Statue of Liberty Called a "shrine to the number seven"
At and around Liberty State Park, the crew of Scott, Christine, and Buddy begin discussing if this iconic figure is related to the Illuminati, who has alleged connections to freemasons. They found that the measurements of this figure often end in "1 inch", such as the height (151 feet, 1 inch high). The investigators find that Frédéric Bartholdi (designed the statue), Gustave Eiffel (designed the framework) and Richard Hunt (designed the pedestal) were freemasons. Furthermore, there's supposedly not only freemason symbolism, but also Illuminati connections. This latter group was founded in 1776, the same year of American independence. The statue of liberty was given to the USA 100 years later (though not dedicated officially until 1886).
Christine and Buddy meet numerologist Josh Siegel on Season 1, Episode 3 of Brad Meltzer's Decoded. In a nutshell, through convoluted number connections about the Statue of Liberty, Siegel calls the Statue of Liberty a "shrine to the number seven", which is considered a "sacred and divine number" that has much impact on our lives.
Investigator Christine Basically Compares Conspiracy Theorists to "Paranoid Schizophrenics" on Brad Meltzer's Decoded, Season 1, Episode 3
Mark Dice, an author and New World Order conspiracy theorist, claims that this figure represents Lucifer ("the light bearer"), who is the idol of the Illuminati. George Washington's 1798 hand-written letter (discussed) confirms the existence of Illuminati doctrine. Dice later accuses Bush 41 and 43 of being Illuminati, who's US branch is "Skull and Bones." He tells the Brad Meltzer's Decoded team on Season 1, Episode 3 to go to see symbols on New York City structures at Central Park and Rockefeller Center.
Author Dr. Stan Monteith says in front of the Central Park's Cleopatra's Needle on Season 1, Episode 3 of the program that the Statue of Liberty represents a pagan goddess ("whore of Babylon"), the destruction of the old order, and the ushering in of modern day Babylon, which he thinks is New York City based on his biblical interpretations. At Rockefeller Center, there's an alleged symbol of Lucifer via the statue of Prometheus holding the flame and lots of national flags just like the UN (allegedly part of the "New World Order). Additionally, a statue of Atlas holding the earth is across the street from a church. Christine flippantly compared Lady Liberty conspiracy theorists to "paranoid schizophrenics" since they "see everything as part of a larger pattern."
The Statue of Liberty is a "lucifer" but not "Lucifer", as Alleged on Brad Meltzer's Decoded , Season 1, Episode 3
Professor Steven Bullock sees no hidden evil messages in the Statue of Liberty, and Christine swallows his words up hook, line, and sinker, happy that there's no hidden conspiracies. The three investigators have another "skull session" before trying to figure out if there's a Satanic message inside it.
In Brooklyn, Dr. Mark Koltko-Rivera, referred to as a theologian, claims that Lady Liberty is a "symbol of lucifer" on Brad Meltzer's Decoded, Season 1, Episode 3....but not the Satanic Lucifer, but a non-proper name meaning "light bearer", without the conspiracy of devils. So Christine, who compared people who find connections with "paranoid schizophrenics", is relieved, as the other two investigators are. They now believe that the Statue of Liberty represents the great American ideals, that all the symbols are good ones.
One has to wonder after three episodes of this History Channel program if these people are really elitist, establishment hacks who want to try to disprove any kind of conspiracy by the powers-that-be, whether such things exist or not? And is the host of Brad Meltzer's Decoded ever going to leave his chalkboard and go out and actually do some field work, or keep relying on the ilks of Christine to shape imbecilic conclusions? This same Christine - who may very well believe that anyone who thinks there could be conspiracies with 9/11 or the JFK assassination are "paranoid schizophrenics." One wonders if Christine believes everything the government tells her: there's crazy, and then there's just plain stupid.
"Statue of Liberty", Brad Meltzer's Decoded, December 16, 2010, History Channel