Under the direction of the evil emperoror Justinian, the Christ Pantocrator encaustic painting (from St. Catherine's Monastery in the Sinai (550 CE), was created in the 6th century and seems to have occult symbolism that represents an agenda that has existed throughout history. The occult symbolism is disguised in Christian imagery
but represents a sinister aspect of those with eyes to see.
The painting shows a strange assymetry with the right and left facial features
appearing to be two different renderings in one (left image-original). This is emphasized by combining two rights (center image) and two lefts (right image) to
show the differences in appearance. Note the Masonic pose of the hand(s).
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Christ Pantocrator visual study using overlay and inversion
shows strange symbols and imagery.
Click on image for larger view of strange symbolism.