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Inside the Luxor: Analyzing the Occult Symbolism of Las Vegas' Egyptian-Themed Hotel

- adapted from William Cooper's Luxor Mystery School lecture

Rising ominously from the Las Vegas skyline is an angular black glass pyramid, one of the city's most recognizable landmarks. This is the Luxor Hotel, an elaborate shrine to the mysteries of ancient Egypt and the occult. A closer look at its esoteric features reveals hidden agendas of power and control.

Overwhelming First Impressions Approaching the Luxor is an experience in sensory overload. The sheer scale of the black pyramid and Sphinx statue provoke awe and disbelief. The reflective glass surfaces radiate blinding beams of light at night, visible for miles. The hotel's strangeness induces cognitive disorientation - the first step in breaking down a person's defenses.

The symbolism provides clues to the builders' intentions. The pyramid shape represents sacred geometry believed to harness cosmic energies. Sphinxes were mythical guardians of ancient knowledge, suggesting initiation into secret doctrines. The obelisks signify control through sexual energy and fertility rites. Thecumulative effect is that of entering an ancient temple - a place where mortal minds are humbled before the gods.

Immersive Propaganda Once inside, the illusion amplifies. Labyrinthine passageways mimic Egyptian tombs, leading guests on a choreographed path. Murals depict gods, hieroglyphs and occult mysteries. Shops evoke Cairo marketplaces with exoticized trinkets and costumes. These tropes romanticize colonial stereotypes of Egypt, priming visitors for exotic "adventures."

Cirque du Soleil acrobatics, magic shows, and Nile river rides provide spectacle to distract conscious thought. The theater stages theatrical rituals with lasers and smoke machines evoking occult magick. Everywhere one turns, they are enveloped in a pseudo-Egyptian reality focused on pleasure and diversion - perfect for mental programming.

Occult Symbolism On closer inspection, the symbolic elements reveal additional layers of meaning. Statues of pagan gods like Anubis, Horus, and Isis normalize polytheism and idol worship to the monotheistic masses. Phallic obelisks, scarabs, and snakes pay homage to fertility cults and tantric sex practices used by ancient mystery schools for initiation and control.

This sexual mysticism features prominently in a place where vice and carnal pleasures run rampant. Centuries ago, hedonism was used to lure people into esoteric sects for induction into occult philosophies. The Luxor continues this tradition of using sensuality to open minds to blasphemous ideas.

The All-Seeing Beam But the apex of the pyramid literally and figuratively is the Luxor beam projecting into the sky. As a pillar of light, it evokes ancient sun-worshipping obelisks and the illumination of occult enlightenment. The beam stretches over 240 miles fully visible, suggesting the hotel's owners possess an all-seeing eye.

This beam also connects the Luxor symbolically to other global power centers. The UN meditation hall features a similar light pillar. The Vatican courtyard has an Egyptian obelisk. The alignments imply a network of elite dominion formed through shared occult initiation.

Hidden Truths in Plain Sight In conclusion, the Luxor pyramid is both a gilded pleasure palace and a temple of esoteric instruction. Through immersion in myths and symbols, the susceptible are indoctrinated into the belief systems of the ruling class. Since opening in 1993, millions of visitors have been drawn into its web of ancient seductions, mostly unaware of the mind control machinery hidden behind the mask of entertainment.

It is up to vigilant citizens to recognize that places like the Luxor exist not merely for diversion, but to channel thought and transform popular culture through covert means. The first step is scrutinizing their occult iconography and purposes. Only once symbols are decoded can their power be disrupted. The choice is ours – remain in darkness or illuminate the truth.

Whose eye will you choose to see through? The one in the pyramid, or your own?

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