>The Norse god Tyr is also where we also get the word tyranny
Egyptian god Min with one hand with a V around it. this represents the
Hyades cluster in the night sky which has five stars and is shaped like
>The Black hand started world war one.
>This is a compiliation of many different
pictures depicting different gods from different cultures, time periods
and different continents, but what they all have in common is that each
individual god represented by one or more pictures has only one hand!
>Starting with the bottom left its a statue
of a god called Huitzilopochtli with only one left hand. Also in the
bottom left its the same god in mixtec art talking to a lizard in what
appears to be a ball court. He also appears to have a piece of cloth or
a prosthetic hand on his right hand. Then in the top middle we have the
same god with people worshipping in front of a statue of him by making
offering and people playing music.
>Then in the bottom middle we have a statue
of Hades who is a god of the underworld in ancient greek mythology who
had his hand bitten off by the three headed dog known as Cerberus.
Though I have read in some places that he only nearly lost his hand and
didnt actually lose it, well this must be false because the statue
clearly depicts him with only one hand.
>Top right we have the Norse god Tyr who is
the god of war in Norse mythology (though there are other gods who are
also gods of war e.g Freiya) The norse god Tyr had his right hand
bitten off by by a wolf god called Fenrir, these are artist
interpretations of what the Norse god Tyr looked like, notice how in
one of them he holds a spear like the ancient greek god Hades and the
irish god Nuada the silver hand.
>In the bottom right we have an
interpretation of what the old irish god called Nuada the silverhand
(because he lost his right hand and now has a prosthetic silver hand).
Nuada is also believed to be a a king of the Tuatha de Danann. Though I
have read in places that he isnt a god, but the evidence speaks
otherwise, that the stories surrounding the Tuatha de Danann (tribe of
dan) are stories of gods!
>None of the statues had therir hands
off by accident! This
would be too much of a coincidence considering the mythology.
>This god is also worshipped by freemasons
and is usually represented by a chevron, tiwaz rune, eclipse, a
pentacle, algiz symbol, the letter A, a goat or a bull...
>What is the Tiwaz rune?
>Its an arrow pointing upwards which represents the norse god
tyr and is also used on nazi uniforms aswell, I wonder why that is...
>Lightning bolt logo, with tiwaz rune at
the end of the lightening bolt.
>The tiwaz rune is an arrow pointing and is
used by freemasons alot and can be seen at the end of the lightening
He replied, "I saw Satan fall like lightning from the heavens."
>Hence why its a lightning bolt...
>Because they believe that the apostle
Barnabas(Joseph) from the bible is Satan!
>Along with Lucas, Demas, Aristarchus and
Marcus his followers.
>In astrotheology they represent the five
brightest stars of the Hyades cluster which can be seen in the night
>Channel five logo with a tiwaz rune hidden