Thursday, November 10, 2011

South Africa’s Eyes of Providence

Imagery of an all-seeing eye can be traced back to Egyptian mythology and the Eye of Horus. Apparently, in Medieval and Renaissance European iconography, the Eye (often with the addition of an enclosing triangle) was an explicit image of the Christian Trinity.

The most notable depiction of the eye, commonly known as the “Eye of Providence”,  is the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States, which appears on the United States one-dollar bill.

Today there are numerous seals and corporate logo’s utilizing an eye, with or without the triangle. In South Africa the most notable large corporation using this imagery is ABSA Bank. 

Stories about these large corporations being evil, and/or invading personal privacy, have been so widely publicised that there’s no point in repeating it here. Personally, I think many of these stories are a bit far-fetched, but then I must also add that my past dealings with certain banks, particularly ABSA Bank, has had me seriously pondering the question on numerous occasions. – (Click here to read about one nasty experience I had, in the year 2009, with ABSA Bank.)

That certain banks, such as FNB and ABSA, are now conducting online fingerprint verification of current and prospective clients, in conjunction with the Department of Home Affairs, is enough to make one wonder whether this is the start of a process that will eventually lead to total human enslavement – in other words, the mark of the beast (666) mentioned in the Book of Revelation (Rev. 13: 16-18).

Logo of South Africa's National Intelligence Agency (NIA)

I’ve spoken before on this blog about government control that’s going to take place on a grand scale, and that the excuse for doing so is that it will be for our own safety and protection. It’s a global phenomenon provoked by the ever increasing lawless behaviour of a ‘programmed’ populace, who will grab at anything that promises to simplify their confused and complicated lives.

The new South African law known as the Regulation of Interception of Communication Act (RICA), which makes it compulsory for everyone to register all new and existing cellphone numbers, is but one of the methods used by government to keep an eye on the populace, and to facilitate the process of detection and arrest when a crime, or some-or-other government offence, is committed.

RICA, and numerous other government licensing systems are methods of control we have all, rather unenthusiastically, become accustomed to. The coming e-tag tollgate system, due to be implemented in Gauteng very soon, is another control-scheme that we will be forced to put up with, whether we like it or not!

So what other devious schemes are governments utilizing to monitor and control us? Is there any truth in the rumours that a stealthy all-seeing eye is spying on the general populace?

From what I’ve read in a recent news report compiled by an observant Media24 journalist, Jacques Dommisse, it would appear that there may possibly be some truth in these rumours.

I’ve cited the full news report below for convenience sake. Readers can decide for themselves why the NIA would want to create 25 secret bases (warehouses) across the country, all fitted with sophisticated monitoring equipment.

Spies plan 25 secret bases
By Jacques Dommisse

Johannesburg - A former national intelligence agency (NIA) operative, who is now a private security consultant, has lifted the veil on how the intelligence agency used a front company to create 25 secret bases across the country fitted with sophisticated monitoring equipment.

The revelations are contained in a lawsuit by PJG Integrated Security and Safety Consultants, which is suing Hedgeway Staffing and Admin Solutions, a front company for the NIA.

According to court papers, the front company has broken South African companies law and tax regulations and acted fraudulently.

An affidavit by Peter John Galloway, head of PJG, says his company was hired by Hedgeway to set up the secret “warehouses” on contract.

But he’s now demanding R6.7m he says he’s owed for work done in Nelspruit, Durban, Polokwane and Johannesburg.

The court papers give insight into the workings of the intelligence agency in SA, and claim that payments – even transactions amounting to millions – are all done in cash.

The papers also say Hedgeway has no financial statements or articles of association and was simply used as a shell for handling contracts with external contractors.

Because all its transactions are made in cash, NIA even paid the substantial bank charges on these cash deposits for contractors.

'Reggie Bosie'

Galloway’s bank statements corroborate substantial cash payments.

The court papers state that Hedgeway’s auditor confirmed to Galloway’s attorney that the auditor had not prepared financial statements for the company.

Galloway argues that, as a result, NIA not only contravened the Companies Act, but also South Africa’s tax laws. The agency is also accused of fraud in using front companies that will only transact in cash.

The court documents say Hedgeway’s only director is “Reggie Bosie” - not his real name, but his true identity is revealed in the court papers - a senior official in the NIA.

Bosie had hired Galloway to set up new sites for the agency and he would decide on the technology the sites would be equipped with. He also equipped vehicles for the sites.

Galloway is claiming R6.7m for the last four sites he established out of the series of 25. He has already won a default judgment for the debt in court after the agency ignored his demand for payment for months.

He was successful in having Hedgeway liquidated earlier this year, and a court sheriff tried to seize its assets at NIA’s headquarters in Pretoria, but he was sent packing by the intelligence agency’s officials.

Following the sheriff’s visit, Galloway’s legal team received a threatening lawyer’s letter from NIA which accused him of breaking the law and said if he pursued his claim he would be charged and his farm attached. He doesn’t own a farm.

He’s now preparing for the legal “interrogation” later this month of some top NIA officials in terms of the Companies Act. They could be interrogated in open court about the agency’s affairs and methods.

Spokesperson Brian Dube said the NIA would prefer not to comment “given the legal issues at play”.
The above report was sourced from

And lastly, my most favourite image of and all-seeing eye is this one…

The above infrared image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows the Helix Nebula, and its eerie resemblance to a giant eye. The nebula is located about 700 light-years away in the constellation Aquarius. It was discovered in the 18th century. More info here.


Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Hi TIA, maybe you could do an article on Planet X (Wormwood) as I do not think many folks know about that.

Great article. The EU building in Brussels is almost a replica of the tower of Babel as well. Naomi Cambell's new how is also shaped like the eye of Horus. There are many many examples.

Make a nice change to see that there are other folks who also understand what is happening and not just go blindly about their day to day lives.

Keep up the good work.

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