Poll: Was the Destruction of the World Trade Center on 9/11 a Ritual?

Was the Destruction of the World Trade Center on 9/11 a Ritual?

  • No, I believe the offical story of 9/11

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • No, but it was an inside job

    Votes: 4 25.0%
  • Yes, I believe it was an inside job and a ritual

    Votes: 12 75.0%

  • Total voters
  • Poll closed .
Aug 4, 2019
Many people believe the official version of what happened on September 11, 2001, which goes like this - Radical Islamic terrorists hijacked four commercial air planes with the intent of hitting four pre-determined targets. Two planes hit the World Trade Center, one hit the Pentagon and another intended for the White House crashed in a field in Pennsylvania after the hijackers were over taken by passengers.

Others believe that 9/11 was an inside job. Many believe the twin towers were taken down by explosives. Some say no planes hit the towers. Many believe a missile, not a plane hit the Pentagon and others point out that no bodies or wreckage were found in the field in Pennsylvania. That the events of 9/11 were pre-planned as outlined in the Neocon think-tank PNAC (Project For A New American Century) Report with the intended goal to create a massive increase in military spending by means of an “event” like Pearl Harbor to create an endless war on terror which included US hegemony in the middle east and the control of oil. Many point out that 9/11 also led to the creation of Homeland Security, the Patriot Act (Big Brother) and more power to the NSA and other government agencies, and now, the ability to fight wars from outer space (Space Command) as part of PNAC's - Full Spectrum Dominance.

Then there are others that also believe 9/11 was an inside job, but that the destruction of the World Trade Center was a ritual. They believe that the towers represented the Masonic (Royal Arch) pillars Boaz and Jachin. These pillars stood in front of Solomon’s Temple, the first temple in Jerusalem. They represent duality (good/evil, light/dark, male/female, material/spiritual) in the age of Pisces.

The idea is that the Age of Pisces (two fish in opposite directions – which also represents the time of Jesus Christ) ended its 2000 year cycle in 2000AD, and as of 2001, we are now in the Age of Aquarius. The destruction of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001 and the rebuilding of the One World Trade Center or the rebirth of the two towers into one tower signifies equilibrium and higher conscientiousness – enlightenment and illumination in the Age of Aquarius as we cycle closer to the Golden Age.

What do you think?

Apparently, there is much more to this ritual than just the towers.
Occult 9/11 - Masonic Symbolism Explained

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The destruction of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001 and the rebuilding of the One World Trade Center or the rebirth of the two towers into one tower signifies equilibrium and higher conscientiousness – enlightenment and illumination in the Age of Aquarius as we cycle closer to the Golden Age.
I don't think it is a coincidence that the One World Trade Center stands are 1776 feet tall. The same year the Bavarian Illuminati was formed.


May 14, 2017
It was an inside job.

It likely wasn't a ritual. In magic, for a sacrifice to be meaningful and useful in a ritual, it has to actually matter in someway. Either symbolically, or more optimally, be something important to the magician. Let's say, for example, you were a comic book cool that wanted to break into the industry and performed a magical ritual to do it... It would be more effective to destroy that copy of Amazing Fantasy #15 than it would be to kill the neighbor kid. More effective yet, would be to destroy the book that made you want to get into comics in the first place... Even if it's some completely worthless issue.

What was the point of the sacrifice? The lives of the people lost aren't important because they had no value on human life. It could be the value of the building but I'm pretty sure it was insured... Potentially the idea of it, but what did it symbolize? The power of capitalism? Considering the elite are very capitalist, that's not it. The American dream? Since the elite created it as a way to keep us submitted that's unlikely.

The only thing that I can think of is that it was part of a longer ritual; which the War on Terror and the the subsequent rise of Islamic extremism was also part of; a sacrifice to create division by fracturing the world. EDIT: Huh. So maybe it was.


Mar 13, 2017
1 lucid dreamer could drop a building without breaking a sweat. And it may not matter to them in the slightest.

The problem is answering how that works. Because everyone's lucid dreams don't come true. So clearly there is some hidden force in the real or dream world. Secret government agencies could facilitate that role, but it's not like we get to watch how they do it.

In my experience with lucid dreaming, 9/11 would be like dropping a pin from the international space station and having it land on Earth exactly where you want it to. That takes a mountain worth of skill and knowledge to pull off.

Aug 4, 2019
WWW means nothing in Hebrew. Its six and six and six.

Hebrew 666?

The prophecy of the number of the Beast (Rev 13:18) is presented to the reader in the form of a riddle. It is a number which refers to the name of a person. In the Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek languages, people's names had easily ascertainable numerical values, because their numerical systems used the letters of the alphabet as numerals. The Hebrew version of this numerical word-play is known as gematria, and the Greek form is referred to as isopsephy.

The original meaning behind this prophecy is almost unanimously regarded to be a reference to the Greek version of the name "Caesar Nero", which adds up to 666 once transliterated into Hebrew. The word-play is doubly apt here, since the Greek word for "beast" - θηριον (therion) totals up to 666 once transliterated into Hebrew as תריון. The sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, the letter waw (also known as vav to Jews of Eastern European descent), has the numerical value of 6, and transliterates into the modern Latin alphabet as the letter w.

So the numerical value of the letters www in Hebrew is three sixes – six-six-six. While these letters do not total up to the cardinal number 666 (six hundred and sixty six), they are each individually represented by the number six - which gives us three sixes. The number of the beast is commonly spoken as six-six-six, because this is much easier to say than the mouthful "six hundred and sixty six".

Although it wouldn't have been as obvious as it is in the Hindu-Arabic numeral system we use today, the number 666 would have been easily understood as three sixes in the ancient Greek and Hebrew languages. We can see this from the repetition of the root word for "six" in both languages. In Greek the number 666 was spoken as hexakosioi hexekonta hex - so there is a three-fold repetition of the Greek word for six which is hex. Similarly this three-fold repetition occurs in the Hebrew spoken version of 666, which is shesh me’oth sheshim washesh - the Hebrew word for six (shesh) is also repeated three times.

The author of the Apocalypse saw the primary symbolic value of the number 666 as three sixes. As G.K Beale states in his commentary (widely regarded as one of the best scholarly commentaries on the Apocalypse): “the triple sixes are intended to be a contrast with the divine sevens throughout the book and signify incompleteness and imperfection.” (Beale, G.K. The Book of Revelation, Carlisle: Paternoster, 1999). Each six represents a member of the unholy trinity - the False Prophet, the Beast and the Dragon. As it falls short of the Divine number 7, six represented the number of imperfection. It was also the number of man, since man was created on the sixth day. 666 is an intended antithetical parallelism of the threefold repetition of sevens - 777, which represents the Holy Trinity. Another threefold repetition of numbers can be found in the numerical value of Christ's name. The Sibylline Oracles noted that when written in Greek the name Jesus (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ) adds up to 888. (Ι = 10) + (Η = 8) + (Σ = 200) + (Ο = 70) + (Υ = 400) + (Σ = 200) = 888. (Sib. Or 1:395-400).

Beale further elaborates on the symbolic value of the three sixes:
"Charles contends that the symbolic view cannot explain why only one or even two sixes were not used instead of three, since one six would have achieved the sufficient symbolic idea of incompleteness. But the triple repetition of sixes connotes the intensification of incompleteness and failure that is summed up in the beast more than anywhere else among fallen humanity. In the Bible the number three signifies completeness, as, for example in the completeness of the Godhead in Rev. 1:4-5, which is parodied by the dragon, the beast, and the false prophet here in ch. 13 (and in 16:13). Therefore, six repeated three times indicates the completeness of sinful incompleteness found in the beast. The beast epitomizes imperfection, while appearing to achieve divine perfection. Three sixes are a parody of the divine trinity of three sevens. That is, though the beast attempts to mimic God, Christ, and the prophetic Spirit of truth (cf.19:10), he falls short of succeeding." (Beale p722)

The fact that a triple letter acronym (WWW) intimately related to modern commerce transliterates into the original language of the author of the Book of Revelation as having a numerical value of three sixes (which for the author is the primary symbolic value of the number 666) cannot be put down to mere coincidence. But how does this explain how no one would be able to buy or sell without receiving this number as a "mark" on their hands or foreheads - as the prophecy suggests? When we analyze the original meaning of the “mark” of the beast, we find that it was intended to represent a diabolical inversion of the ancient Jewish practice of wearing phylacteries – box-shaped objects which are worn on the hand and forehead during prayer services. And when we look at the use of the Greek word “charagma”, usually translated as “mark”, we find that it can also mean “sculpted or graven image” (as is detailed by any good Greek lexicon) – an object rather than a brand or tattoo. So the “mark” of the beast is actually described in the Book of Revelation as a box-shaped object worn in the hand or forehead. When we take into consideration the fact that cell phones are now being advanced as the future replacement of credit cards, through cashless transactions via near field communication (NFC) payments, we can gain a sense of how no one will be able to “buy or sell unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name” (Rev 13:18). All electronic transactions made in this manner will be conducted over the worldwide web – the www.