Thursday, August 2, 2012



  1. Also, why is there a picture of the Liberty torch reversed hanging on the wall behind him? It's an odd image to display, even if not reversed.

  2. That's very observant and a very good question!

  3. He just confirmed the greatest deal in "biblical" history that started the "End times" clock ad showed he is the BAD Man /Batman. What else should he hold in his hand than a BAT symbolizing that he's ready to bring chaos to the world?

    Signed Legislation

    Look for July 27: United States-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act of 2012

    That why it was 7 athleths to light the Olympic Flame in the Stadium.


  4. Me again...Following up on the torch photo, the angle of the shot might have been from over the shoulder, making the image appear reversed.I suspect the Olympic ceremonies/torch caused me to notice this photo for the first time.

    Seeking the significance of the torch, I found this at

    In esoteric teachings, the act of “carrying the torch” is symbolic of man’s awareness of his own “divine spark” and represents his aspiration to become “one of the gods”. This is, in a nutshell, the core philosophy of the world’s elite, which is heavily influenced by the hermetic teachings of Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism and Illuminism. For this reason, Prometheus’ Torch of Illumination is often found in the occult elite’s symbolism.

    Seen in that context, the photo makes sense!

  5. from 4/27/11 New York Post
    "Vice President Joe Biden yesterday offered up a new reason to vote for President Obama this fall — because “he has a big stick.”

    Biden, stumping at NYU, insisted that his boss back in DC more than measures up when it comes to dealing with renegade nations.

    Discussing Iran, he said, “Now is the time to heed the timeless advice of Teddy Roosevelt: ‘Speak softly, and carry a big stick.’ End of quote. I promise you the president has a big stick. I promise you.”

    Baseball bat does remind one of Teddy Roosevelt's big stick.

    "resolute" desk
    big stick/baseball bat/torch
    Liberty torch in background, He carries a torch, Olympic torches have a similar look to a baseball bat.

  6. Shoshana: Often if a baseball is hit hard, it's said to be "torched" - "He torched one to left!" (here's a quick example

  7. Have you heard of the "Black Knight Satellite?
    Interesting indeed!!!