Pillarmids with Goddess

Pillarmid is a portmanteau of the words pillar and pyramid. It is used to describe any object which contains the symbolism of related structures such as the pyramids of Egypt or the pillars of Solomon's Temple. It is a way of combining the symbolism of many related structures into one word. The World Trade Center towers have been referred to as pillarmids in synchromystic research because of the many parallels between them and other pillarmids.

There are two pillars of Solomon's temple: Boaz and Jachin. These pillars represent fire and water, male and female, earth and heaven, and so on. There are the pillars of Hercules, the pillars which Samson tore down, and even the Tower of Babel. The Tower of Babel, while being a single tower, can still be seen as a pillarmid, especially when considering that the actual tower may have been a ziggurat (step-pyramid) with a temple at it's apex. Old maps of Egypt refer to Cairo as being "formerly Babylon," which introduces the possibility that the Tower of Babel was originally in Egypt. In the included Masonic picture, the pillars of Solomon's Temple are directly related to the two large pyramids at Giza. In the Master Plans appendix of Tony Bushby's The Secret in the Bible, there is reference made to a Temple of the Solar-Men which used to lie in the spot upon which the middle pyramid (Kephren's Pyramid) was built. This may provide even more of a connection between Solomon's Temple (Solar-Men temple) and the pyramids.

Pyramids at wtc

Pyramid sculpture at the World Trade Center

Towers 1 and 2 of the WTC complext were the largest towers, the North tower was slightly taller and had an antenna. These relate to the two large pyramids at Giza. Additionaly, a third tower fell on September 11th, 2001: Building 7 WTC. Tower 7 was much smaller, and may relate to the third smaller pyramid at Giza.


Masonic Tracing Board

Other more symbolic pillars which have been connected to the idea of a pillarmid are the three pillars of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, and the three pillars of Freemasonry. These pillars can be seen on Masonic tracing boards which depict them as two large pillars, one slightly taller, and a third smaller pillar. Other Masonic pillarmids are the three candles used during Masonic initiations.

External Links

WTC Pyramid: Part 2 at The Brave New World Order, by Jake Kotze