Monday, July 11, 2011

The Honey is the Money

Is Winnipeg the ruling class city depicted on the famous United Nations mural? 

I know I previously disavowed my conspiracy theory hat.  But what good is an old hat if you can't take it out of the closet and rock it every once and a while.

Admittedly I've been heavily influenced by the The Sync Whole guys, but I wasn't looking for a Winnipeg connection. 

I just ran across it while doing some research on my theory that Phoenix, AZ (and also possibly Atlanta, GA) are the U.S. headquarters for the Powers That Be.

The mural (below) hangs in the Security Council Chamber of the United Nations building in New York.

CLICK HERE for a Large View of the mural pic.

It seems to depict some one's warped future ideal of a Utopian society. 

In contrast to the Working Class villagers at the bottom, the Ruling Class at the top of the mural is shown living in a City steeped in wealth, architectural order, art, science and culture.

Starting at the Top Left of the mural, we see the image for Wealth. At first glance, I immediately thought the people were pouring Honey into a pot. 

The U.N. website says they're "weighing out grain for all to share".  But per Google lots of folks think it actually depicts Gold being melted to turn into Money.

Then it occurred to me...if Winnipeg (symbolized by Winnie the Pooh whose greatest commodity is Honey) is in charge, then technically Honey=Money.

For additional proof that the city is meant to be Winnipeg I noted the Draftsman and Builder figures at the Top Middle of the mural.  They are clearly planning and creating the cityscape in the background.

Directly over the Draftsman's shoulder is a large tower that strongly resembles the Tower of Hope on Winnipeg's Canadian Museum for Human Rights (currently under construction).

Artist's rendention of Winnipeg's Museum for Human Rights.

Next, there is an image of an Artist standing next to an animal Sculpture he has created.  This could be a reference to Winnipeg's world famous Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Assiboine Park.

The mural's central figure is the Phoenix bird being reborn as it rises up from out of its own lifeless ashes. 

Behind the bird is some kind of starry portal that people are entering.  Beneath the mound the bird is standing on a dragon-like beast hides underground.

The real-world mound, or foundations, on which the Phoenix stands are the cities of Phoenix, AZ and Atlanta, GA.

Atlanta was identified by @strangeye (along with the cities of Winnipeg and Phoenix) as the Keystone of the Royal ARK:

Illustration by @strangeye. Click pic to Enlarge.

The flag of the City of Phoenix, AZ

Lo and behold, the City Seal on the City Flag of Atlanta, GA is...a Phoenix.

The Atlanta city flag and seal.  Resurgens" means "rising again".

While Phoenix, AZ is literally named after the mythic bird, we can see how Atlanta is symbolically representative of the Phoenix. 

The City of Atlanta was rebuilt after being burned to the ground in 1847 during the American Civil War.

Besides the intergalactic star portal behind the Phoenix, another weird image in the mural is in the town scene. 

People dance around a huge Maypole under a U.N. flag, but some of the kids (apparently produced by this fertilization ritual) have blue and green skin.

Click the pic to Enlarge.

We see the same apparent inter-species mixing in the mural's Top Left corner where a partially green couple are dancing.

Sufficeth to say, this is not my dream of a bright and happy future.

However, since we choose our own futures we can observe these twisted fancies of others without either lending our energy to nor fearing them.

(Note: the Synchromysticism Forum has an interesting thread about the creepy mural).


  1. Very interesting mural.

  2. I always am left asking more questions when I'm finished reading your posts. I consider that a good thing, as there are so few things that do that for me these days. This one is especially interesting to me. Thanks for the post!

  3. The Secret Sun made a lot of posts concerning "Atlantis Rising" rituals a while back. Perhaps Atlanta and the Phoenix represent the hoped for return of this ancient and mysterious civilization.

  4. Looks pretty happy to me. What do you have against green people? (Don't blame me, I was indoctrinated by Ducktales.)

    The central panel definitely looks like something ripped from an old Rosicrucian book. The Lovers, right? Resurrection of the Dead in the lower portion.

    I am still really digging your last post, by the way. Thus sayeth the black and white ("Mosaic") LORD . . .

  5. @Eleleth...nothing against green people, I swear lol. I think I'm just more apt to be one of the people in line to walk through that starry portal.