Barack, Biden, Bush, Blair, Brown, Bill, Bush one, Bin Laden, their names all beegin with Bee. Do they really expect us to beelieve this is a coincidence?
Estoteric interpretions of the symbolic beehive in Freemasonry / Illuminati
Forefathers of the American Revolution incorporated the symbolism of the Bee into the very fabric of their government. This should not be regarded as unusual, however, for early American statesmen shared a bond with other more time-honoured nations that enabled Bee symbolism to be transmitted across the globe and into a new era. And that conduit was Freemasonry.
“Our ideal society is like a bee-hive. Above the workers, we have drones”.
‘The Republic’ Plato
Under the guidance of the Queen bee, the worker bees industrially perform their duties.
The Spiritual Meaning of the Bee
‘The ‘Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry’ provides many references to the Bee, including the fact that honey is used to illustrate moral teachings. In this regard, the Masonic initiate is instructed to;
‘Go to the bee, and learn how diligent she is, and what a noble work she produces; whose labour kings and private men use for their health. She is desired and honoured by all, and, though weak in strength, yet since she values wisdom she prevails.’”
“The beehive is found in Masonry as a reminder that in diligence and labor for a common good true happiness and prosperity are found. The bee is a symbol of wisdom, for as this tiny insect collects pollen from the flowers, so men may extract wisdom from the experiences of daily life. The bee is sacred to the goddess Venus and, according to mystics, it is one of several forms of life which came to the earth from the planet Venus millions of years ago. This is why the origin of bees cannot be traced. The fact that bees are ruled by queens is one reason why this insect is considered a sacred feminine symbol.” -The Secret Teachings of All Ages, Manly P. Hall
The Bee remains an important symbol in Freemasonry and was especially pervasive in Masonic drawings and documents of the 18th and 19th centuries.
“A Masonic lodge should resemble a bee-hive in which all the members work together with ador for the common good” ‘Morals and Dogma”, Albert Pike,
In 1779 Jesuit Adam Weishaupt wrote a letter suggesting that the Illuminati be renamed to Beehan Order.
T H E O R D E R O F T H E B E E S
“It is interesting to ponder what would have happened had Weishaupt named his society Bees. It’s also interesting to speculate what he intended to convey by introducing the order on the 1st of May. In the Pagan world, the 1st of May represents regeneration and is known in Gaelic as the festival of Beltane. The 1st of May is also the day of Taurus the bull, which of course symbolises regeneration, and is associated with the Bee. However, May 1st is best known as ‘Workers Day’, an important day in the Soviet Union, for instance, whose political and labour structure – Communism, was designed to emulate the order of the Beehive. In fact, May 1st remains the day of the Worker Bee – as it were, and is known as Labour Day in America and International Workers’ Day in many other parts of the world.” Andrew Gough
The proliferation of Bee symbolism around this time – and across the globe mind you – from France to America and from Russia to Weishaupt’s Order of the Illuminati is astonishing. Might Freemasonry be the tie that binds the almost viral expansion of Bee symbolism at this time?
The early Catholic Church adopted the bee as a symbol of the Popes authority; evidence of which can be seen in Vatican City in the beehive inspired papal headdress of past popes.Napoleon’s choice of the Bee as the national emblem of his imperial rule speaks volumes about his desire to be associated with the Carolingians and Merovingian’s; the early French kings whose funeral furniture featured Bee and cicada symbolism as a metaphor for resurrection and immortality
The Bee was also a vital symbol of French industry and one of the most prominent emblems of the French Revolution (1789–1799)
From a civic perspective the Bee was a popular emblem of Napoleon’s rule, and more than 60 cities throughout France and Europe selected an officially approved heraldic shield that included three Bees as part of its template.
Napoleon was known as ‘The Bee’
Napoleon I’s Coat of Arms contained the eagle and bee, emblems of the First and later Second Empire.
Used as a symbol of immortality and resurrection, the bee was chosen so as to link the new dynasty to the very origins of France.
Golden bees (in fact, cicadas) were discovered in 1653 in Tournai in the tomb of Childeric I, founder in 457 of the Merovingian dynasty They were considered as the oldest emblem of the sovereigns of France.
It is interesting to note how the bee was one of the main symbols for Ancient Egyptian Pharoahs, The Merovingian dynasty and Napoleon’s Coat of Arms. No other symbol (not even the Reed or the Eagle) has survived consistently as a regal symbol for such a long time!
Astonishingly, it is thought that the Bee was the precursor to the Fleur-de-lys; the national emblem of France to this day. Adopted by The House of Bourbon, people long considered the queen bee a king.
In Egypt the bee was associated with the sun and regarded as a symbol of the soul. Ancient Egyptian pharaohs used the honeybee as the royal symbol, during the period between 3000 b.c.e. and 350 b.c.e.
In Greece, a priestly animal (the priestesses of Eleusis and Ephesus were called bees, probably with reference to the ‘virginity’ of the worker bees). The bee which seems to die in the winter and returns in the spring, is also occasionally encountered as a symbol for death and resurrection (e.g. Persephone, Christ). The Greeks believed that a baby whose lips were touched by a bee would become a great poet or speaker.
Ancient Greek gold ring with an engraved bee. The bee represents Ephesus and the Sanctuary of Artemis in Ephesus, as bees were common symbols for the goddess. Dated to the 3rd century BCE, found in the Getty Museum.
In Christainity, its tireless work also led it to become a symbol of hope. Furthermore, the beehive in Christian art of the Middle Ages , is a symbol for Mary who bore within herself “all sweetness”, that is, Jesus.
We are all living in a time which is the tail end that something has been in the “WORKS” for a very long time. This is known to high-level MASONS as the “GREAT WORK”
The Great Work = ‘To perfect that which was left imperfect” through the understanding of science and nature.
We are living in a time of modified crops, modified food, modified animals and modified minds.
Three images of the Mayan Bee God Mok Chi; transformed into a Bee on the rightAt Delphi, site of the most important oracle in the ancient world, legend asserts that the second temple was constructed entirely by Bees. In fact, the Oracle itself – the Omphalos Stone, resembles a Beehive and is designed with crisscrossing rows of Bee-like symbols, reminiscent of the ‘Net dress’ worn by Nut, the Egyptian goddess of the sky and keeper of the title She Who Holds a Thousand Souls. So clearly we can see a pattern here; societies worshiped and venerated the Bee. And in Roman mythology there are many examples of Bee veneration. For example, the Roman Bee goddess was named Mellonia and Marcus Aurelius, the Roman emperor, philosopher and some would argue the world’s first Socialist, coined the phrase; “What is not good for the swarm is not good for the bee.” Likewise Lycurgus, founder of Sparta, built his model for the perfect Spartan government on the social strata observed in the Beehive. Bees were depicted on coins throughout the ancient world, such as Sicily, where a Bee is featured on a 7th century BC coin. And in Rhodes – the ancient home of Poseidon, an 8th century gold plague depicts a decidedly Egyptian looking sphinx with a Bee headdress and sternum.
The ancient city of Wells is but a few short miles from Beekeepers Islands and boasts a 12th century cathedral with the most spectacular gothic west facade in all of Britain. Curiously, in the spring of 2008 a swarm of Bees gathered outside of the cathedral in the form of a crucifix, leaving local clergy and Beekeepers alike bewildered – no pun intended. The story was reported by the Daily Mail, the largest newspaper in the country, whose tongue in cheek headline read;
The United States of America recognised and applied the symbolism of the Bee at the genesis of its creation. However, there is one aspect of the country’s adoption of the symbol that stands above the rest. And that is this; on the Washington Monument in Washington D.C., an austere looking obelisk that was built in the late nineteenth century as a memorial to George Washington – the first President of the United States – and which was arguably the primary emblem of America’s vision as country, it pays homage to the Honeybee as the Lord of the nation. It states: “Holiness to the Lord. Deseret.” So, full circle….. buzzing yet?
‘May the Lord bee with you’.
The City of Washington D.C. – the capital of the United States of America, is home to the world’s most acclaimed Masonic symbolism, and in our third instalment, we will examine the source of Freemasonry’s association with the Bee, both in United States and in France, where Napoleon, the Merovingian’s and even the mystery of Rennes-Le-Château have a role to play in the modern day tradition of the Bee.
Roslyn Chapel which was founded by William Sinclair, 1st Earl of Caithness, in the 15th century and is renowned for what many believe to be an elaborate display of Masonic symbolism. In fact, some believe that the chapel contains treasures of the Knights Templar or even the Holy Grail itself. Hyperbole aside, Roslyn Chapel does in fact contain a splendidly carved column known as the Apprentice Pillar, or the Princes Pillar as it was called in more ancient accounts. The pillar, which stands to the right of the church altar, is adorned with what is generally regarded as Tree of Life symbolism; two dragons of Yggdrasil – the World Tree according to Norse Mythology – reside at its base while a masonry vine spirals vertically around the column, drawing our attention to the ceiling. The Tree of Life symbolism has its roots – no pun intended – in the Jewish Cabala, a discipline that has much to say about the Bee
The work of Weishaupt underwent a resurgence of sorts a century later when the British occultist Aleister Crowley – an important member of occult organizations such as Golden Dawn and Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.), rose to prominence as ‘The Wickedest Man in the World’. Not surprisingly, Crowley was renowned for his unusual Beehive inspired headdress, representing the esoteric wisdom of an initiate.
T H E T E L L I N G O F T H E B E E SThe aptly named phrase consists of the practice of promptly informing Bees of a death in the family in order to preempt them from departing the hive once they realise they have lost their ‘keeper’. In some areas of New England and Appalachia,this practice was customary.
The notion that Bees and death are closely related manifests in a variety of ways. For instance, when England’s Queen Mother died in 2004, newspapers from across Europe produced illustrations portraying her as a Queen Bee, guided up to heaven on the wings of Bees. The depiction appears related to a superstition from the Middle Ages, and one that is still prevalent in parts of America, England and Germany that states that if Bees were not promptly informed of the death of their master they would fly up to the sky and seek them out there. In a similar vein, the expression “To fall into a jar of honey” is a common metaphor for “to die”.
Why did Shakespeare mistakenly describe the head of the hive as a king bee?
QUEEN ELIZABETH I
The honeycomb represents the home of the “royal” families (while the bees represent the royal familiesI L L U M I N A T I
P R O G R A M M I N G
EVERYONES MUM LOVES THEM…
Beyonce, the beekeeper! The queen bee’s beeautiful new website is a well set up window into Bey’s private life, but it is also a hive of predictive programming and mind control, with great focus on the ‘Beyhive’, promoting the honeycomb structure and beeing good worker bees.
The Beyhive is the collective fan base by the fans. In ‘Know your bees’, Beyonce asks: “What bee are you?” Queen bey, the honey bee, the bumble bey, the digger bey, or wasp?Let it Be
Busy as a Bee
Meant to BEE
The ‘Bee All and End All’ Space, the final frontier.
Finding the Bees in Manchester
If you wander around Manchester, you will see bees everywhere. The worker bee is a symbol of Manchester, and it adorns their public buildings, bins, and bollards.
The cities symbol is the bee. Associated because, the bee is a worker bee and is a symbol of the city’s hard-working past, during the Industrial Revolution.
Of course, Manchester isn’t the only place with a hard working past. Just about every other city in the North of England has a heritage built upon industry but there is a reason that the symbol is a part of Manchester’s coat of arms which was given to the city in 1842.
You won’t just find the bee on bins though, next time you’re in town, instead of looking where you’re going, stare upwards at the facades of buildings instead. The bee can be seen on the clock face of the Palace Hotel, on the mosaic flooring at Manchester Town Hall and even above the arches of Links of London.
Following 22nd May 2017 terrorist bombing in Manchester at the Ariana Grande Concert, it was reported that the singer is going to have a Bee Tattoo.
Following the terrorist attack The country appears to have gone ‘bee crazy’