From Lady Liberty’s surprising little secret, to what’s possibly lingering behind the tomb at Yale, here are 9 Secrets Hidden in Famous Monuments
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4. Skull and Bones Tomb
There are certainly secrets located within the Skull and bones tomb found at Yale University in Connecticut. This is the high profile University where many influential people including 5 presidents have graduated. An organized secret society, known as the skull and Bones society, is extremely exclusive about who they let join. The members of the society are commonly referred to as bonesmen and their main facility is referred to as the tomb. New member must drink fake blood from a real skull. They get their name because rumor has it that they go out at night and steal bones Some claim that the Skull and Bones society is focused on a conspiracy for world control and is a branch of the illuminati. The tomb have become a landmark at Yale and has become a famous symbol of secret societies. It wasn’t originally a tomb but constructed to look like one. Rumors have it that bones from dug up by member of the society from native american burial grounds were placed here.
3. Statue of Liberty
You might be familiar with the Statue of Liberty in New York City as a symbol of power, freedom and as a gift from a friendly nation. However you might not know that Lady Liberty might not be so lady like after all. First of all, it’s very possible that the Statue of Liberty is representing the Sun God Helios, who was featured at the colossus of Rhodes. The seven little pointy things coming out of the statue of liberty’s head was never actually associated with libertas in ancient Roman times, who many claim the statue represents. However we can find plenty of portrayals of rays coming out of Helios head without any coming out of the goddess libertas’ head. Colossus was created in the 3rd century BC with a crown of solar rays like we see here, and depicted holding a torch. The Statue of Liberty has also be known as the new colossus. And the closer you really look at it’s face you can kind of get the idea that it might actually be a man. This photo here displays an early model of the statue of liberty at the paris before being transported in it’s original condition and it looks quite different. What about the hair? Priests of ancient cults were known to wear longer wigs as well as robes plus helios as also been depicted with long hair in many cases. Anyways, you would imagine they would have given her a little more of a feminine face if it was meant to be a woman right? This was originally named Liberty Enlightening the world, kind of like what a sun god would do?. We encourage you to look into this one further on your own and let us know what you think.
2. Place de la Concorde
If you’ve ever been to the beautiful city of Paris, you might have seen a bizarre ancient Egyptian obelisk in the heart of the city. On one side is the famous champs-elysees, the other side is the seine river. At first glance you might be wondering what this obelisk is doing there or what it’s actually representing. It takes a little further examination to understand completely why. Keep in mind, the exact location where king Louis the 16th was executed by the guillotine at the place de la concorde in Paris, stands stands this Obelisk, which is also the same symbol adopted by the freemasons, seen in the washington monument. France and the US have quite a bit in common. Freemasonry was accepted by France around 1730 which rose to the philosophy of revolutions. Before you know it, a few decades go by, and King Louis the 16th was executed by a reckless mob of anarchists. Some are quite firm to believe that the placing of the obelisk at this location was because of the secret brotherhood we refer to as the Freemasons.
1. Leaning Tower of Pisa
This famous monument is basically only known for its lean but there’s also quite a few secrets this tower is holding onto that you might find interesting. This engineering blunder took 200 years to complete but only within 5 years of it’s construction, it began to lean just a little. Not only is this famous monument in Pisa, Italy about to topple over any day now, the Italian government prefers it to look that way. That’s right, this tower is basically a hoax so tourists can come and visit it. After spending plenty time trying to ensure that the tower doesn’t fall over, they’ve decided to let it lean just enough so that it stays unique. They know darn well how to fix that thing so it could stand straight but that wouldn’t bring in too much tourism and it would just be like any other lame renaissance tower