Two-hundred thousand years ago, in Central America, a pictograph of a crucified victim wearing a crown of thorns and having a spear in his side, shows him crucified between two poles. The north pole is the pole star, the immovable constant in the cosmos. The North Star is the all-seeing eye of the Freemasons, which appears on the back of the U.S. one-dollar bill.
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “North Star Is All-Seeing Eye”, published to YouTube on April 10, 2017. The clip, which clocks in at 7 minutes and 14 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
An old book published in 1922, Secret Sects of Syria and the Lebanon, contains these words which caught my attention:
A pictograph reproduced by Dr. Churchward, taken from some ruins in Central America, which he reckons to be over two hundred thousand years old, ‘represents the Crucifixion during the period of the Stellar Cult, and shows a victim crucified on the two Poles, North and South.’ 
The author, Bernard H. Springett, cited Dr. Albert Churchward’s Arcana Of Freemasonry for the claim.  I checked therein and found the pictograph of the crucified victim. Unfortunately, it was not as detailed as I would have liked. Churchward wrote:
A Crown of Thorns is depicted on his head. His side is pierced with a spear, from whence blood and water is falling on his spiritual name, which, in Egyptian, is Amsu. 
I could not definitely perceive a Crown of Thorns in the two-hundred thousand year old image, but the spear piercing the side of the crucified victim was clearly discernible. The image is reproduced in my video, hopefully viewable at the top of today’s blog entry.
The victim in the old Central American pictograph has his arms outstretched and is crucified between two poles. Springett follows the significance of these two poles from most ancient times up to secret meanings detected in the rituals of Freemasonry. It all has to do with a very ancient Stellar Cult which perceived the Deity as hiding behind the North Star.
The Phoenicians looked upon the Pole Star as a goddess, whom they knew as Astronoema. “In the Stellar Cult which preceded Solar worship the Pole Star was considered to be a one-eyed god, the giant Cyclops.” 
In southern Arabia, the Sabeans once predominated. Their remnants are today known as the Sabean Mandaites. The Mandaites, or Mandeans, call themselves that because they are the “Sons of the Word” (manda) of God. “These people worship the Pole Star as the visible sign of the Father God.” 
The former kingdom of the Sabeans was called Saba, and also Sheba. Recall how the Queen of Sheba (Saba) paid a visit to King Solomon. (See 1 Kings, chapter 10.)
The Creator God of the Sabeans was called Hivel Zivo. When Hivel Zivo began to govern the universe, He placed Himself “at the extremity of the Universe, where the Pole Star was then created to cover him.” 
And this “Pole of the Heavens”, the North Star, “will be found to support in a remarkable degree,” wrote Springett, “the still older belief in the clear-seeing eye of the same Deity, still a well-defined attribute of the G.A.O.U. [Great Architect Of the Universe] in our Masonic ritual.” 
The North Star, behind which hides the all-seeing eye of the Deity, can be found depicted on the back of the U.S. one-dollar bill.
——- Sources ——-
 Secret Sects of Syria and the Lebanon, by Bernard H. Springett. London, 1922.
 Arcana Of Freemasonry, by Dr. Albert Churchward. Originally published 1915.
 Churchward, qtd. in Springett, op. cit.