MASONIC SYMBOLS : The Esoteric Meaning of the Twin Pillars: Boaz and Jachin

The secret to the destruction of the Twin Towers lies in the symbolism of the Masonic twin pillars: Boaz and Jachin. When you see what the twin towers represented and the New Freedom Tower you understand the occult goal of the secret societies.

Derin İstihbarat

Since the dawn of civilization, the entrance of sacred and mysterious places have been guarded by two pillars. Whether in art or in architecture, twin pillars are archetypal symbols representing an important gateway or passage towards the unknown. In Freemasonry, the pillars are named Jachin and Boaz and represent one of the Brotherhood’s most recognizable symbol, prominently featured in Masonic art, documents and buildings. This article will look at the origins of this timeless symbol and its esoteric meaning.

The concept of twin pillars standing at the gates of sacred places can be traced back to ancient civilizations of Antiquity (some claim from Atlantis, the lost source of Hermetic knowledge).

A Gateway

The symbol of the twin pillars have, since time immemorial, guarded the gateways to holy places and mysterious realms. They mark the passage towards the unknown and the otherworldly. In ancient Greece, The Pillars of Hercules was the…

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11 thoughts on “MASONIC SYMBOLS : The Esoteric Meaning of the Twin Pillars: Boaz and Jachin

  1. So now we know that the wtc was really masonic pillars and when they came crashing down….. antichrist was brought into the world.

  2. Very interesting. I was recently watching a series on amazon prime called Falling Skies, the main character’s name is Tom (Thomas) Mason. Thomas means “twin”. Probably some underlying meaning there since the series is about aliens coming to earth and trying to change human dna.

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