Sinister Sites: IRS Headquarters, Maryland

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 The IRS headquarters in New Carrollton, Maryland is a government building  that, despite being constructed with public funds, contains art referring to elite secret societies. More importantly, the art conveys a strange message about the U.S. Constitution, and the American people in general. We’ll look at the symbolic meaning of the art found in front of the IRS headquarters in Maryland.

The IRS is probably the most hated institution in America – mainly because its primary role is to force people to hand over their hard-earned cash. This modern equivalent of the proverbial tax collector indeed collects money from American workers and gives it to a government that will, in turn, use this money to send drones abroad or to build information superstructures to better monitor these same workers. What’s not to like?

The IRS was originally created as a “temporary measure” during wartime (funny how the Canadian Revenue Agency was also supposed to be “temporary”), but there is nothing temporary about it now. In fact, the gigantic IRS complex in New Carrollton, Maryland was built in 1997 and is still growing today, indicating that this institution is indeed here to stay. This modern building has all of the state-of-the-art amenities one can think of, but it is the odd public art in front of it that is the most noteworthy. As is the case for many government buildings, the art displayed means absolutely nothing to most people, but to those who are versed in secret society symbolism, its implications are manifold and profound. In fact, fully understanding the origins and the meaning of the symbols in front of the IRS building means understanding who are truly in power in America (and around the world), what they believe in and what they truly think about us, the masses.

The IRS is not known to be a very artistic institution and likewise there is not much art present at its headquarters in Maryland. However, the few pieces that are on display manage to convey everything that needs to be known about the occult elite.

General Layout

The entrance to the IRS headquarters is guarded by two black and white pillars made of the highest quality marble, topped with white hands. Between the two pillars is a dark pyramid with a metallic capstone on which is written “We the People”. What does all of this represent? Here’s an “official” description:

“The most striking elements are the huge, white marble hands atop each column. Each hand points skyward, one with the forefinger extended; the other is an open hand, the fingers ever so slightly cupped.

The 1997 work is called “Vox Populi,” which is Latin for “the voice of the people.” The hand with the raised index finger represents deliberation, argument, the gesticulation of a speaker giving his or her opinion. The hand with an open palm represents the act of voting or taking an oath.”
– The Washington Post, “The Big Hands of the Law”

That is all well and good, but what does “Vox Populi” have to do with the IRS? Can citizens weigh in or vote on anything about the IRS? Why are the pillars black and white? Why is there a pyramid with a capstone between them? As it is the case for most occult symbols, there’s as basic (and unsatisfactory) interpretation given to the masses and a “real” meaning for those in the know. For those in the know, the art is a nod to the highest degrees of Freemasonry, the true source of power in America – not unlike what the Washington monument stands for.

The art in front of the IRS Headquarters features a pyramid with a capstone between two pillars. The black and white stripes refer to the Hermetic concept of duality.
This Masonic monument in Israel bears exactly the same elements: A pyramid with a capstone between two pillars. The stripes on the ground represent duality.

Let’s look at each element of this (not so) public art.

Twin Pillars

The symbolism of the twin pillars is ancient and very meaningful as it refers to the core of hermetism, the basis of secret society teachings. In short, the pillars represent duality and the union of opposites:

“The right Tablet of the Law further signifies Jachin – the white pillar of light; the left Tablet, Boaz – the shadowy pillar of darkness. These were the names of the two pillars cast from brass set up on the porch of King Solomon’s Temple. They were eighteen cubits in height and beautifully ornamented with wreaths of chainwork, nets, and pomegranates. On the top of each pillar was a large bowl – now erroneously called a ball or globe – one of the bowls probably containing fire and the other water. The celestial globe (originally the bowl of fire), surmounting the right-hand column (Jachin), symbolized the divine man; the terrestrial globe (the bowl of water), surmounting the left-hand column (Boaz), signified the earthly man. These two pillars respectively connote also the active and the passive expressions of Divine Energy, the sun and the moon, sulphur and salt, good and bad, light and darkness. Between them is the door leading into the House of God, and standing thus at the gates of Sanctuary they are a reminder that Jehovah is both an androgynous and an anthropomorphic deity. As two parallel columns they denote the zodiacal signs of Cancer and Capricorn, which were formerly placed in the chamber of initiation to represent birth and death – the extremes of physical life. They accordingly signify the summer and the winter solstices, now known to Freemasons under the comparatively modern appellation of the “two St. Johns.”

In the mysterious Sephirothic Tree of the Jews, these two pillars symbolize Mercy and Severity. Standing before the gate of King Solomon’s Temple, these columns had the same symbolic import as the obelisks before the sanctuaries of Egypt. When interpreted Qabbalistically, the names of the two pillars mean “In strength shall My House be established. “In the splendor of mental and spiritual illumination, the High Priest stood between the pillars as a mute witness to the perfect virtue of equilibrium – that hypothetical point equidistant from all extremes. He thus personified the divine nature of man in the midst of his compound constitution – the mysterious Pythagorean Monad in the presence of the Duad. On one side towered the stupendous column of the intellect; on the other, the brazen pillar of the flesh. Midway between these two stands the glorified wise man, but he cannot reach this high estate without first suffering upon the cross made by joining these pillars together. The early Jews occasionally represented the two pillars, Jachin and Boaz, as the legs of Jehovah, thereby signifying to the modern philosopher that Wisdom and Love, in their most exalted sense, support the whole order of creation – both mundane and supermundane.”
– Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages

The same way Masonic pillars guard the entrance of Masonic temples, two pillars guard the entrance of the IRS building.

 

Masonic art depicting the twin pillars named Jachin and Boaz guarding the entrance of a Masonic temple.

While not all pillars are necessarily Masonic, those in front of the IRS building contain other features that leave no doubt regarding their secret society connection.

The IRS pillars feature exactly 13 black and white stripes and a very significant hand sign.

Sharply contrasting with the rest of the building, the pillars are stripped in black and white, a pattern evoking duality, a concept that is visually represented on the Masonic mosaic pavement.

Probably the most important feature in Masonic lodges, the black and white checkerboard pattern is meant to be a visual representation of the concept of duality. Variations of this pattern do exist.

To make things even more explicitly Masonic (for those in the know) each pillar is comprised of exactly 13 stripes, a number that is of the utmost importance in Masonic lore (research the omnipresence of the number 13 on the American dollar bill). Considering the constant attention to occult numerology in Masonic art, this fact alone should be very telling.

Above each pillar are white marble hands. It is interesting to know that formal Masonic attire requires white gloves. One of the hands points upwards, towards the sky. While the official meaning claims that it refers to the act of public discussion and discourse, this hand sign, place in the esoteric context of the artwork, takes on a much more ancient and mystical meaning.

Named the “hand to god”, the “sign of Preservation” or the “hand of the Mysteries”, the sign of the hand pointing upwards can be found in many works of art that bear an esoteric meaning. It appears to be always associated with figures that are seen to possess “knowledge from the gods”.

The classic depiction of Hermes always depicts him pointing towards the heavens. Known as the “messenger of God”, Hermes is a central figure in Masonic lore. He is considered to be the teacher of theurgic sciences, therefore helping humanity ascend towards godhood (the word Hermetism derives from Hermes).
“Plato, an initiate of one of these sacred orders, was severely criticized because in his writings he revealed to the public many of the secret philosophic principles of the Mysteries.” – Manly P. Hall. In this classic depiction of Plato by Raphael, he is pointing upwards – probably because he “initiated” the world to some of the secret teachings of Mystery schools.
This Masonic item for sale at 1stdibs.com features the same hand sign as found in front of the IRS building.

In the context of esoteric teachings, a human pointing towards God can represent the ultimate goal of the Mysteries: Ascending from the state of mere mortal to achieve godhood.

The hand above the other pillar does not point towards the sky, but is rather opened. While pointing towards somewhere means moving into that direction, an opened palm is traditionally associated with “stop” or “halt”.  In Masonic symbolism, the twin pillars are often topped with contrasting symbols (the sun and the moon or globes representing earth and heavens). Could the white hands above the pillars represent the same opposite notions of godhood (pointing towards god) and earthly materiality (halt sign)?

On these Masonic pillars are etched various quotes regarding the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Some of them are quite odd in the context of today, such this one by Barbara Jordan:

“The Bill of Rights was not ordained by Nature or God. It’s very human, very fragile.” Hmmm, that’s … unsettling.

Considering the fact that a bunch of laws blatantly violating the Bill of Rights (notably the First and Fourth Amendment) were enacted shortly after this building was erected, one can ask if this quote wasn’t some kind of a warning. As we see new police-state-style laws violating privacy, free speech and encouraging oppression, we can definitely conclude that the elite views the Bill of Rights as something “very human, very fragile” that can easily be violated. While the above quote can be interpreted as a reminder to not take the Bill of Rights for granted, in the context of its location, it conveys an unsettling message about how it can easily be tampered with … and even disappear. Think I’m going too far? Check out this next piece.

The Pyramid

Between the two pillars is the most recognizable symbol representing the occult elite: A pyramid with a shiny capstone. On the pyramid is written the US Constitution, which famously starts with “We the People”. Looking closer at this sculptures, several questions come to mind.

First, why is the U.S. Constitution etched on a symbol that is associated with occult secret societies whose highest degrees are restricted to “elite men”? Isn’t there a contradiction here? Second, it is somewhat clear that the charcoal-colored base of the pyramid represents the masses (it is written “We the People” right on it), while the shiny, illuminated capstone represents the “illuminated” elite. Isn’t this … elitist? Does the capstone that is standing above the pyramid and the U.S. Constitution mean that the elite is above the law? Finally, why isn’t the Bill of Rights on the pyramid? Is it because it is “very human, very fragile”? Is it considered outdated by the NWO elite? As it is the case for many Sinister Sites described on Vigilant Citizen, this barely noticeable artwork contains an infinitely of dark implications.

 

In Conclusion

In this edition of Sinister Sites, we looked at a relatively small amount of items that nonetheless conveyed a massive amount of symbolism. Far from being merely decorative, the art in front of the IRS building in Maryland describes in a symbolic matter the true source of power behind the American (and world) government, its spiritual and political philosophy, its perception of the masses and so forth. But while the symbolism is unmistakably Masonic, your local front-porch Freemasons have nothing to do with the occult elite. Those in power are part of the highest, hidden levels of the order – what we like to call the Illuminati.

While the IRS doesn’t shy away from collecting money from every single American worker in the United States, the occult symbols in front of its headquarters is not definitely not meant for every single American worker. It is meant to be understood by a very few “select” ones – the same way real power is owned by a very few “select” ones. Why are there symbols associated with secretive and elite groups displayed on buildings that are supposedly public? Isn’t this a contradiction?

While some might say that the true, mystical meaning behind these symbols is not inherently evil, the real upsetting part is that those “in the capstone” are clearly telling us that those at the base of the pyramid are not meant to understand these things. They are meant to be distracted and controlled in order to fund the elite while not causing too much damage … and that’s about it. And the IRS is part of the equation.

Contrarily to the “official” meaning of the pointing hand, no citizen has a say on the policies of these institution or even what they display in front of their building. It is rather those in the capstone that dictate what will happening to “We the People” … even if it means making the Bill of Rights disappear. As the official IRS motto goes: Service plus Enforcement equals Compliance. In short, maybe the finger that is pointing upwards should be the middle one.

 


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"In short, maybe the finger that is pointing upwards should be the middle one."

IRS only created via the Federal Reserve as an interest payment for the debt fiat money the Fed loans out to us. And we all put up with it because putting 1 and 1 to make 2 is just too much for the American people. Interesting article about the meaning of this sinister structure. Good work.

We briefly studied body language in my communication and culture class in college. We watched a video on a woman talking about when people raise their hands to oath in court. If the hand is stretched out and straight it usually means that person is willing to give out the whole truth and nothing but the truth, whereas if they were to slightly cup their hands it means that they will tell the truth but will withhold certain information that may have a negative impact on their judgement.

Says a lot about the cupped hand on the striped pillar, eh? 🙂

The Criminal Elite are drunk with power and blind with lust. They are ripe and ready now for their karmic fate. May they be spared any unnecessary suffering, for We The People are merciful and just. Kyrie, eleison.

World Peace—Why So Elusive? The Bible’s answer Human efforts to bring world peace have failed and will continue to fail for several reasons: – “”It does not belong to man who is walking even to direct his step.”” (Jeremiah 10:23) Humans weren’t created with the ability or the right to rule themselves, so they won’t be able to achieve enduring peace. – “”Don’t put your trust in human leaders; no human being can save you. When they die, they return to the dust; on that day all their plans come to an end.”” (Psalm 146:3, 4, Good News Translation) Government leaders, even those with the best motives, can’t devise lasting solutions for the root causes of war. – “”In the last days critical times hard to deal with will be here. For men will be . . . fierce, without love of goodness, betrayers, headstrong, puffed up with pride.”” (2… Read more »

The hamds on top of the black and white pillars mean "As above, so below" a hand gesture made by the satanic baphomet goat image. 110% Satanic

I find it disgusting that our government can not only build a buiding like this but then thumb their noses at us saying,"Look what we made you pay for!". Adorning taxpayer built government buildings with any type of ritualistic symbolism is beyond disgusting. I certainly don't want any of my tax dollars promoting this sort of ugly, creepy s**t.

If I lived in Maryland I would have to find out exactly who is responsible for this pile of dogcrap!

A Pyramid scam is what it is, take from the poor and give to the rich the IRS is an illegal and unconstitutional agency

… Esoteric modern architectures: Lego for infant humanity that delights in doing the boy wizard as Harry Potter. Laugh….

I see this building almost everyday when I take the train to work, I've always wondered about it.

I suspect there is a religious group that is involved with the U S Gov. they want to establish a new world order,with only one religion world wide and only one world Government.

Check “Lucis Trust” and the UN

I would think that the hands symbolize the saying: "Never let the right hand know what the left hand is doing" or something to that effect…

the worlds smartest human is no more trouble then the worlds smartest termite when it comes to things of this level and nature. we draw our markings in the sand. worry about your art, freewill will take care of the rest

From aerial view the building and the parking structure have the layout of a half circle (11-5 o'clock). At the center of the circle is the Great New Zion Church 5005 78th Avenue, Maryland, United States. Focus on the center is emphasized by walkways extending from each pillar (4 o'clock) that converge towards the center. Do this resonate with anything?

Also, any significance with the sculpture on the corner of Harkins and Ellin? It is somewhat reminiscent of the caduceus. From aerial view it appears to be a circle on the outside of an ellipse which makes me think of planetary motion and Kepler.

I enjoy your site and would love to read your feed back. Thanks!

May the IRS perish into HELL

The Great Lie: This is, my friends, the very core of the Game, the wrold structure we live in. Here we go: A long, long time ago, God (please, don't crucify me for mentioning His name, I also have the right to speak my mind) created a bunch of amazing guys. They were mighty, had wings and stuff. He decided to call them Angels. One of those Angels, called Lucifer, was the most beautiful of them all. He was so shiny and gorgeous he decided to "be like Daddy", so he convinced some of his buddies to take down God's government and become God himself. But, alas, God kicked their sorry asses so hard they fall to Earth and beyond, thus creating Hell. Once he recovered from his wounds, he was mad as f**k. "Why Daddy, why? I just wanted to be like you!" he said. "Alright, I'll make you… Read more »

lol at your analogy. you're funny!

who still thinks the 13 still represents 13 colonies now?? that interpretation won't fit in everywhere will it, it seems so apt thirteen this, thirteen that stand for the 13 colonies, lets shut them up with this perfectly plausible explanation. yeah right! Anyway, I guess the idea with these pieces of 'art' was to be esoteric, more than half the people who see it everyday are blind to it's meaning and that's just what the elite wants. the more we content ourselves with just accepting what 'they' tell us, the worse off we are.

#68 – Growing Up 31. In answer to your question, it is the opinion of many that the 16th amendment to the US Constitution wasn't properly ratified (which would mean the 16 th amendment doesn't really exist as part of the Constitution). Without the 16th amendment, there is no ability in the Constitution for the US Govt to tax American's earnings. There are some other aspects of the original federal tax code that tax protesters point to to claim the IRS does not have the right to tax a citizen's wages or income. The protesters are likely correct. That being said, very few people in the US today would dare NOT pay their taxes or follow IRS rules and regulations because to do so is folly. Try to argue in front of a federal judge that the 16th amendment wasn't ratified… good luck with that! So whether it is truly… Read more »

Well 1997 was right around when Clinton deregulated the Media and the Banks wasn't it? So this is the IRS 's idea of art at that time…

do any of you people actually do research into the symbolism or do you blindly follow all that's laid before you? i truly appreciate what this fine author does in disseminating what is admittedly important, yet barely understood information. i am very much reminded of another fear monger called alex jones. surely VC would want us to develop our analytic minds and further research what is published here. otherwise, we are still ignorant masses at the feet of an illumined one….begging and waiting for gnosis to be granted so that we may rest easy.

i strongly recommend that you do research into your origins and your destinations. don't simply accept what is written here because it agrees with what you already believe.

Absolutely correct. We need to question everything and to educate ourselves. Too many people here are indeed just accepting everything from the horse’s mouth.

You probably won’t ever see this comment, but: What is your own interpretation of the IRS architecture? I wasn’t 100% convinced of the conspiratorist view based on this article alone – but with the other things I’ve learned of, VC’s interpretation appears exceedinhly likely to be [mostly] correct.

Re Pyramid, our Constitution/Founders actually created an Elite Patriarchy, endowed them with land grants, gave only them the right to vote — and added immense influence and control over our “people’s government” and the nation’s wealth and natural resources. Nobody noticed?

Yes, the Bill of Rights should have been there, but it’s pretty much been torn up at this point.

So i had a dream where I saw two continents North and South America and a hand pointing down from a cloud with two fingers index finger and middle finger. What is that dream supposed to mean? Why did i see two fingers and not one finger if it was a sign from God?

Taxology, an organized religion of THEIRS that converts taxpayers into taxprayers. An IRS Statue of A Deity & Deific of THEIRS I know it as the great "WHATEVER"…. That is my sincerely held religious belief, with the letters of “IRS” reading as Internal Religious Service, not as the Internal Revenue Service. We are… as a Nation over 18 trillion dollars in debt, we do have a taxation system…. we have “The Collective Experience of THEIRS and The Church Without Walls in America. May the GOD I pray to, Jesus Christ save this great Nation existing as "One Nation Under God" and NOT this false deity & Deific of THEIRS.

At least "real" freemasons in my state created a monument to the Bill of Rights…pretty shocking to see, those irs Satanist are no freemasons…..what a crock, they worship money and don't elevate mankind…..sick sick sick stuff

The open hand symbol could also be seen to represent the passive stance we all take to simply take the sadism done to us by the IRS. We "take it" without questioning it, but the poor or rebellious who don't pay taxes have people show up at their homes with guns. In this dado-mascochistic relationship, our minds and hearts become dominated.

To be free of this, we can think critically and freely, understand the expansive intelligence of Life, that consciousness is brilliant and cognizant, and that we can be kind to others. We don't need religion to see this. Just wake up and cultivate awareness.

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