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The Illuminati and the All-Seeing Eye

Updated on February 27, 2014

Kardashian Christmas Card 2013

It's no secret that the all-seeing eye is one of the symbols of the infamous Illuminati. While it's one thing to see eye symbols, it's when you begin to realize how these "eyes" are much more than art or logos. They are an outright attack on our privacy and eventually our freedom.

Let's begin this topic with the photo from above, the Kardashian Christmas card of 2013. The dish is that Kim's fiancé, Kanye, is the one who set the whole photo shoot up; from the set, wardrobe and photographer, he put it all together. The theme is a post-apocalyptic world. Nestled prominently in the background is this all-seeing eye. The rest of the set is littered with 20th century artifacts like a ticket window, ATM machine, etc. Last time I checked, we have no pyramids here in the US. Guess that's why Kanye threw in the topless African woman who appears to be breastfeeding her young child. She looks to be of African descent. My guess is he does this to give some cohesion to the pyramid.

Even the media claims the card has an Illuminate influence. Here's a link to an article that makes this statement.

What is the Illuminati?

Loosely said, the Illuminati is an ambiguous organization with no leader, large amount of members but with no clear path to membership. It's said the Illuminati has roots that date back hundreds of years and is tied to world governments, banks, media, celebrity, and business. Some of it's best-known symbols are:

  • the lone eye, sometimes in the sky or on the top of a pyramid or just by itself
  • the pyramid or triangle
  • the Masonic "G" symbol

While the movement has been linked to leaders as far back as the 1700s, it seems to have been picking up steam in the last decade. Real changes are now in full force as we are now living in the age of Aquarius according to the Mayan calendar. Read more about this in my blog December 21,2012: Three Reasons Why You Should Be Worried.

The first major intersection I stop at almost every day, reminds me of how "the eye" is watching. These three businesses flank this intersection.
The first major intersection I stop at almost every day, reminds me of how "the eye" is watching. These three businesses flank this intersection.


Why the eye? God is omniscient meaning He is all knowing. God is omnipresent meaning He is everywhere at once. This force behind the Illuminati is mimicking these God-like qualities in pronouncing he is everywhere and sees everything. Little by little, this presence is taking over every aspect of our lives from banking and media to gas and products we use in our everyday life.

It's not hard to find a corporate logo that doesn't resemble or refer to the eye. Have you ever sat and thought about that? These first pictures are the three businesses that stare at me as I wait almost everyday at this one particular intersection in my community. While the Regions Bank does not have an eye per se, it looks just like that pyramid topper with the eye. Think of it as the eye in its abstract form. The other two logos, BP and Chase Bank are not difficult to spot the eye.

The Eye Spies on You

"The eye is watching you everywhere," this is the message we are getting. Don't believe me? If you own a computer with a webcam, there's a chance someone could be watching you without your permission. The Slate has some interesting anecdotal evidence that it's happening right now. This new kind of voyeurism is just now beginning to be seen.

"With the right tools, in other words, almost anyone—from foreign governments to the creepy teenager down the street—could be recording you while you sit at your computer. All of this raises the question: Why don’t we just cover our webcams whenever they aren’t in use? Is this the digital equivalent of leaving the front door unlocked, or forgetting to check the deadbolt at night? The likelihood that burglars will sneak in is relatively low, but the simple click of a lock can make it much less likely."

Two men from Johns Hopkins University wrote a paper on how to disable the LED on MacBook computers. When you do this, you are able to take video without the person in front of the computer to be made aware. Scary.

The best way to handle this is with some kind of cover. If a post-it or piece of tape is too tacky, there are lots of sleek, high-tech alternatives to choose from.

While I just showed you an example of how the unwanted eye spy on you, now I'm going to show you how you are INVITING the eye into your home.

Other Eyes You Hadn't Thought About

Brand Name
Iris spelled backwards
smart home management

More Eyes in Logos

How You Invite the Eye Into Your Life

Cell phones. This is the biggest way we invite this all-seeing eye to snoop on us. We are never without our beloved cell phones. But did you know that your cell phone can do several things without your knowledge like track you even when it's off as well as act like a microphone so that others can hear what you say from a remote location. Sound like science fiction or urban legend? I wish it was. This article has investigations from the likes of ABC News and the BBC that say it's a fact and our government has used it in the fight against crime. (I highly recommend reading that blog.)

This article shows how Facebook has the technology to listen to your conversations without your permission. While it is possible, Facebook says they are not doing it.

Both the tracking and the listening can be done, like I said, without your permission and even when the phone is turned off (yes turned off). The only way to be 100% sure no one can hear or track you down is by taking out the battery of your phone. If your phone is newer like mine, that capability is impossible. Apple was the first to have this feature and now Adroid phones have followed suit.

Smart homes. This is a second way that we are running in droves to sign up for. Crime is up and the number of police has gone down. Surveillance cameras are everywhere. Not only are we installing security camera in our home, we are connecting our homes to our smart phones in an effort to be tech savvy.

Gaming. The hottest gaming system of the 2013 Christmas buying season was the Xbox One. I'm not a techie nor a gamer but I am thoroughly impressed! This system is the future, now! With the sound of your voice you can go from TV to the internet to gaming to the phone. Plus I just watched a video on Kinnect Sports that is amazing. With this game they scan your body and create an avatar of you. This scan detects your slightest movements allowing you more detailed control over gaming such as top spin for tennis or spin on your bowling ball. Wow! This makes Wii Sports look like Pong!

The down side to the Xbox One are the rumors of the camera watching you in your home without your permission. Microsoft says they are not doing this but who's to stop them? The federal government has already coerced the wireless companies to let them spy on our cell phone calls. In the first six months of 2013, the federal government made almost 4,000 requests to Google to remove contents from its search engine according to

According to Google itself, "the number of content removal requests we received increased by 70% compared to the previous reporting period." I highly recommend you follow the link and see for yourself the number and scope of the requests. They are broken down by groups as well as by country.

While it's not a big deal about the requests themselves, what is a big deal is the fact they show how our beloved internet is shifted away from freedom of speech and toward censorship.


Internet Censorship

Not only is the government listening to your phone calls and watching you through your webcams, now the move is afoot to censor the internet. In countries like North Korea and China, internet censorship is not a surprise. These are communist nations. But what about freer nations like Turkey? They are actually moving toward a greater government censorship of the internet, asking for tracking on key words you type and videos you watch. Thousands of websites have already been blocked.

The media site Ben Swann has a recent article about how Google was asked by the US government to pull down over 4000 political items from its search cache. I highly recommend you read the blog. It has a ranked list of countries asking to remove postings. From January to June 2013, Turkey came in at the top with over 1600 requests. The US was in second with over 500 requests. Russia had only 250. The internet is still the best place to get the unfiltered information we least for now.

Surveillance Cameras

We'd all be shocked if we knew exactly how much of our lives is recorded on video. Stores, parking lots, freeways, schools, offices are all known places with active video surveillance. The cameras are put there in the name of security. But when does security end and our right to privacy begin? Apparently, if we want to stay out of the camera's view, we need to stay home--that is, as long as we don't have an Xbox One, a web cam on our laptop, home surveillance, or a smart TV that has a motion camera. At least the bathrooms aren't monitored, yet.

Do we really need that much monitoring? It's neat when an ATM camera gets footage of a thief from across the street. Cameras on building were highly effective in piecing together events in the Boston Marathon bombing. The media want us to feel these camera are necessary for our security. Who's watching this video? What are they doing with it?

9/11: the event that changed everything in America. Because of 9/11, we don't mind the extra security. What if I told you that this crisis might have been planned? Watch the short clip from the cartoon the Simpsons. It shows how 9/11 was predicted way back in 1997.

the Simpsons predict 9/11 is 1997


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    • my_girl_sara profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Lyerly 

      3 years ago from Georgia

      Seems like all circumstantial evidence but can it really be?

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      3 years ago

      It is amazing how this eye is everywhere. Kind of scary!

    • my_girl_sara profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Lyerly 

      4 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks for your comment. Made me chuckle!

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      4 years ago from Gilbert Arizona

      I lived in China for years you can't go pee pee without a camera on you . Your article is provocative whether I agree there is a conspiracy or not what I enjoy is it fresh inspiring content and it's the basis for a novel or two. Dan Brown worked the illuminati and Catholic Chuch into works of genius .

      The illuminati are supposed to have existed further back than the 1700s and they are just as mysterious as the free masons . The Siri thing freaked me a great original hub!

    • my_girl_sara profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Lyerly 

      4 years ago from Georgia

      Glad to hear I sparked some interest. It's scary how we are allowing ourselves to be monitored in every area of our lives. Thanks for the comment!

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      Mona Sabalones Gonzalez 

      4 years ago from Philippines

      Very interesting article about the illuminati. It's surprising how much of a person's life is being monitored without their realizing it. True, CCTV helps a lot in crime. Personally, I feel safer with it. However, in the end you seem to imply a conspiracy to enable this to happen. Now I'm curious.


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