Owls - Athena / Minerva - Herald Square


Aug 11, 2021
What does the Bible say about owls?

Leviticus 11:13-19
‘These, moreover, you shall detest among the birds; they are abhorrent, not to be eaten: the eagle and the vulture and the buzzard, and the kite and the falcon in its kind, every raven in its kind, and the ostrich and the owl and the sea gull and the hawk in its kind, and the little owl and the cormorant and the great owl, and the white owl and the pelican and the carrion vulture, and the stork, the heron in its kinds, and the hoopoe, and the bat. -​

The elite though, they love them.

Logo of the national press club. Notice the genie lamp, snake, fallen pillar?, sunrays. - and owl steps in Snow White - US dollar tiny owl - Illuminati book

Herald Square - James Gordon Bennett Jr.

A Gigantic Owl Tomb was planned​
The mausoleum was designed for the rich newspaper publisher, owl obsessive and notorious playboy James Gordon Bennett Jr. Bennett planned for his tomb to be entirely hollow and – even more strangely – for his coffin to hang in its centre, suspended from the roof by huge iron chains. Far from the tomb being a private place of rest, tourists and city dwellers would be encouraged to enter it. In the hollow interior, a staircase would spiral up from a pedestal and snake around the dangling coffin before ascending to the eyes of the owl. These eyes would be windows, offering vertigo-inducing views over New York.​
The site James Gordon Bennett Jr. chose for his flamboyant sepulchre was Washington Heights, part of which was the property of the Bennett family. This piece of land – on 183rd Street and today known as Bennett Park – sits 265 feet above sea level. Altogether – with the owl itself standing at 125 feet and the pedestal at 75 – Bennett’s tomb would have loomed over the city at an incredible (for the time) 465 feet. By contrast, the Statue of Liberty thrusts her flame to a rather stunted-seeming height of just 305.​
#1 Owl next to clock, eyes glow green at night. #2 Sketch of the owl tomb.

They also have a statue of Minerva and more owls scattered around - The statue was relocated

Athena / Minerva owls

Ancient Egypt

Mayan - Yemen 400BCE

Queen of the Night relief - possibly Inanna, Lilith, or Ereshkigal. 1800-1750BCE.
Jun 26, 2022
It could be that the owl is moloch, but i think it has another hidden meaning.
As we saw in the pics in the OP, it is associated with inana/ishtar and athena (possibly is the same entity?).

I don't want what im saying to sound feministic, but here goes anyway: i think people really underestimate this female demon. There's all this focus on moloch and baal, but ashera/ishtar/inana whatever name you recognize her as, is just as bad. The elites worship her. She hides in plain sight because everyone is focused on the male demons.

This is not meant to be any kind of "female empowerment". What im saying is, dont underestimate the enemy.