Masonic symbols of Russia

House of the insurance company “Russia”. Institute of Emergency Medicine named after N.V. Sklifosovsky. Russian Freemasons considered the all-seeing eye not only a divine sign, but also a symbol of the future.
In the photo: Sklifosovsky Institute (Moscow)
The all-seeing eye or the gaze of the Great Architect of the Universe. Freemasons believed deeply in God and used this symbol most often. Eye can be found even on US dollars In the photo: Church of the Life-Giving Trinity in Serebryaniki (Moscow)
House of the insurance company “Russia”. Institute of Emergency Medicine named after N.V. Sklifosovsky.
The ability to see crocodiles underwater was revered by the ancient Egyptians. Freemasons often call them a symbol of goodness. In the photo: The house of the Rossiya insurance company on Sretensky Boulevard (Moscow).
Fraternal cemetery. Park of the Fallen Heroes of the First World War. Temple of the Great Ascension at the Nikitsky Gate. Central House of Writers.
A trowel is a tool of freemasons and a symbol of brotherhood between them. Sometimes means a willingness to fight arrogance and come to terms with the shortcomings of others. In the photo: the building of the Embassy of Abkhazia (Moscow)
The all-seeing eye continues to be used on modern monuments. In the photo: an obelisk in the Memorial Park of the heroes of the First World War at the Fraternal Cemetery (Moscow)
On the building of the Institute of Asian and African Countries (Moscow) there is a medallion with three faces between two torches. They are considered symbols of strength, beauty and wisdom in the light of truth. Decorative elements on the building of the Kazakov building of Moscow State University named after M. V. Lomonosov at the intersection of Bolshaya Nikitskaya and Mokhova streets.
Monogram of Catherine II in the form of a radiant star – another name for the all-seeing eye. It is known that the son of the Empress Paul I was a member of the Masonic circle. But after him, the Masons were banned in Russia. In the photo: Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve (Moscow)
Square and compass; twin pillars Joachim and Boaz in St. Petersburg. Together with a compass, a square is often depicted – a symbol of the earthly and a balance between the desired and the real, which is worth striving for. In the photo: the spit of Vasilyevsky Island (St. Petersburg)
Writer JK Rowling admitted that the Masonic all-seeing eye inspired her symbol of the deathly hallows
In the photo: Trinity Cathedral of the Alexander Nevsky Lavra (St. Petersburg)
Freemasons often used floral ornaments. A branch of the evergreen acacia has become a symbol of the immortality of the soul. Often depicted roses and pomegranate flowers Photo: Pillar of Alexandria on Palace Square (St. Petersburg)
Many Russian architects were members of Masonic lodges, including the author of the Tsaritsyno palace ensemble Vasily Bazhenov and the architect of the Kazan Cathedral Andrey Voronikhin In the photo: Kazan Cathedral (St. Petersburg)
Sometimes, along with compasses and trowels, keys were applied to the facades. They symbolize knowledge hidden from ordinary or poorly educated people – “profanes” In the photo: the mansion of the architect Schroeter on the Moika embankment (St. Petersburg)
Skulls and bones were often applied to the graves of Masons – symbols of contempt for death, the absence of fear of it. In the photo: the grave of the engineer-architect Nikolai Courvoasier at the Nikolsky cemetery (St. Petersburg)
An apron is a distinctive item of a freemason’s wardrobe. On the facades of some buildings, you can find figures in aprons with bare shoulders. This is what the Freemasons looked like during the initiation ceremony In the photo: St. Sampson Cathedral (St. Petersburg)
The hammer is a symbol of active creation. Freemasons admired the blacksmiths who created metal from ore. With blows of a hammer, meetings of lodges were opened and closed In the photo: Academy of Arts on Universitetskaya embankment (St. Petersburg)
A six-pointed star is two intersecting triangles. For Freemasons, they symbolized the eternal rivalry between good and evil, since the forces of the parties are equal and in balance. According to another version, they depict the feminine and masculine principles. Stars are also applied to Orthodox churches in honor of the Mother of God, who belonged to the family of King David In the photo: Trinity Cathedral (St. Petersburg)
The salamander is a symbol of perseverance and righteousness. He got the Masons from the alchemists In the photo: The house of the Rossiya insurance company on Sretensky Boulevard (Moscow)
The shell and pearls are used as symbols of self-development. Masons believed that every person from a grain of sand can grow a pearl in himself. In the photo: the building of the Embassy of Abkhazia in Gagarinsky Lane (Moscow)
A circle or a point in a circle is considered a promise to keep oneself within the limits of the prescriptions, not to succumb to passions and weaknesses. Sometimes there are three circles at once. In the photo: Cossack Corps of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov at the intersection of Bolshaya Nikitskaya and Mokhovaya streets (Moscow).

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  1. Russian Historian & Holocaust denier Oleg Platonov 1997: ‘Lodges are growing like mushrooms.’

    10th para

    http://apocalypse.orthodoxy.ru/review/1997_2.htm

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oleg_Platonov

    “Vladimir Putin will ascend a massive, 66-step stairway and pass through many historic rooms in the Kremlin before his inauguration ceremony. Following the 33-word presidential oath, Putin’s new term will start officially.”

    http://thesrpskatimes.com/russian-president-vladimir-putin-to-be-inaugurated-as-russian-president-today/

    EX DEPUTY PM POLTORANIN: RUSSIA GOVERNED BY B’NAI B’RITH

    “The Medvedev-Putin tandem is under (Jewish Masonic) B’nai-Brith & fulfils its will.”

    paragraph 32 https://luchmir.com/Politika2010/STOPPutinDec10.htm

    Russian political scientist Andrei Piontkovsky – “Putin is a Grand Master of the Royal Arch masons.”

    https://web.archive.org/web/20200216121343/http://novievesti.ru/moda/andrew-piontkovsky-political-scientist-recent-andrei-piontkovsky-defeat-of-putin/

  2. These methods have been used many times by the Anglo-Zionists. They built up mediaeval Japan to be a threat to Russia in the late 19th century. Later they built up the Chinese as a threat to Japan in the 1930s. In the months leading up to Germany’s invasion of Poland on September 1st 1939 the Polish cats paw for the American, British and Soviet manipulators increased the brutalisation and mistreatment of the German population inside Poland. Poland also refused all efforts by Hitler to achieve a peaceful resolution to the Danzig Corridor problem. Hitler was given no choice and ended up being blamed for starting the World War. A year later, when Hitler proved reluctant to order bombing of civilian targets in Britain, Churchill ordered the RAF to bomb German cities for ten days straight until Hitler was forced to retaliate. Churchill had willingly sacrificed his own people to gain a propaganda coup and keep up the war fever. It is ironic that Russia is now in a similar position and that the cats paw Ukraine is using ‘Nazis’ to carry out its war crimes and keep the war going. How these people could be genuine National Socialists is not clear since the entire Ukrainian system is totally controlled by jews and the their backers in the US State Department are virtually all jews too. A cynic might think that there is something to the intended slander of Putin, that he is the new Hitler, in that he too was forced into a war that he didn’t want by the same people who forced Hitler into a war that he wanted to avoid. ‘Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose’!

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