Fighting the Institutional Witchcraft of Our Cities.

Ye shall make you no idols nor graven image, neither rear you up a standing image, neither shall ye set up any image of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: for I am the LORD your God. Leviticus 26:1

Our cities, especially those that have been constituted as municipal headwaters, are designed in response to the intention of their founders to leave inside the town the philosophy that led them to become a town.

The designs that distinguish them, and have led them to characterize them in history, are not only a futuristic environmental urban design, are the fingerprint of the philosophy that supported its founders.

Despite the fact that the Spanish urban planning provisions of urban settlements in America required certain design norms, many island and continental cities only considered them partially, and as soon as they became independent they created a philosophical and religious autonomy that led them to develop unique settlements.

These are theosophical maps that draw on the city and especially on its residents, a philosophical-religious-spiritual order that conditions the type of life that will be lived inside the city.

This is how we have in our days the squares of arms (central squares), the commemorative and recreational squares, as an idolatric symbol raised to identify the generation that was established in that city.

The squares of arms, once the main square, in whose surroundings was erected the cathedral, the town hall (cabildo), the military fortress and commerce, symbols of ecclesiastical, military and commercial power, is nowadays in the most of the Cities, the emblem of the ruling group in the city.

The squares of arms were constructed as open spaces where the social activities were developed; it was the meeting center of the inhabitants that conformed the city, and the site used by the local government to communicate the life matters of the region.

Over time strange elements were built on it, one of them was the fountains. Not all squares have fountains. A fountain in a square indicates that the group that rules the city is masonic, pro-masonic, religious-santero, warlock-mystical-spiritualist, or medieval Gothic.

The shape of the fountain design will tell which group specifically rules the city.

A fountain in the form of a circle may indicate that the group is a religious-santero type. A star-shaped fountain tends to a warlock-mystical-spiritualist group. While a cross-shaped fountain, alone or formed next to a circle, will lead us to identify a Masonic or pro-Masonic group.

The element inside the fountain is also important. The element inside will be decisive in cases where the same form of design is used by two different groups.

Other elements such as trees, statues or busts, add value to the emblems of the ruling groups. The trees indicate pacts, alliances, grant life, or periods of life, of the ruling groups. The busts or statues within it establish a norm, a school.

The commemorative squares, and even the recreational ones, are annexes of the main square. The trace of all of them draws a constellation, similar to the ones we see drawn in the skies during the night.

The other element that draws map of the groups that ruled in the city is its buildings. A human construction is a symbol of rebellion.

The first construction that we are aware of is the one described in chapter eleven of the book of Genesis. The intention to reach the sky is an act of rebellion which is reflected in the construction that they build.

3 And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and slime had they for morter. 4 And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth. Genesis 11:3, 4

The height of the buildings indicates the haughtiness and arrogance of the groups that rules in the city. Not all buildings are built high, but those who stand out do it with the purpose of showing who has the supremacy in the city.

The buildings of a city are symbols of the glory of the ruling group. The disciples show with national pride the buildings of the Temple,[1] a temple built in forty-six years[2] that represented the glory of Herod, but not with the same dimensions of the original temple.

The buildings within a city, and to whom it belongs, are a way of mapping the predominant theosophy, the groups that ruled it, and the fate that these groups have designed for the inhabitants of the city.

There is a philosophical, magical, spiritist, esoteric, warlock government over the city, and many ignore it. And even worse, the communities of faith constituted within the city are carried along by non-biblical paths, and they do not realize it.

It happens as described in the book of the prophet Ezekiel, and make kerchiefs upon the head of every stature to hunt souls! Will ye hunt the souls of my people, and will ye save the souls alive that come unto you?[3]

It is a stupor that has entered and established itself in the communities of faith, a conformity, which seeks only numerical multiplication and the construction of large buildings, in the same line and style of the theosophical groups that rule the city.

And none saith, Restore.[4] Many of our cities are headed in the same direction of Sodom and Gomorrah and not so much because the same sin of Sodom and Gomorrah is practiced in our cities, but because the prophetic voice has been quenched, and there has been no one warn of the evil that weighs on our cities. It fulfills what the prophet Ezekiel warned about Jerusalem:

30 And I sought for a man among them that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none. Ezequiel 22:30

Let the prophetic voice rise! May the watchmen rise!

God Almighty, Creator and Sustainer. Revive thy work in the midst of the years.

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[1] Mateo 24:1; Marcos 13:1; Lucas 21:5

[2] Juan 2:20

[3] Ezequiel 13:18-20

[4] IsaĆ­as 42:22