The All Seeing Eye

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How many time have I walked down Dunfermline High Street and never noticed this all-seeing eye? (Thanks to my daughter for spotting it).

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It’s located at the top of the current Clydesdale Bank building.

Another set of Masonic symbols can be found over the entrance to the abandoned Masonic Lodge in the New Row, Dunfermline.

 

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MASONIC LODGE

MASONIC LODGE

MASONIC LODGE

MASONIC LODGE

MASONIC LODGE

MASONIC LODGE

The eyes are even seeping out into the streets.

A piece of graffiti found in Inverkeithing:

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Now playing: Kayo Dot – Choirs of the Eye.

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7 Responses to The All Seeing Eye

  1. Two eyes in Inverkeithing. But not two ‘i’s in Inverkeithing.

  2. Love that moment when you spot something new in a familiar building or street.

  3. That’s great. Always liked walking down Glenogle Road in Edinburgh to wander at the Masonic carvings on the gable ends of the colonies there…

  4. Dave Higgins says:

    MA SONIC LOD GE

    Clearly a warning hidden in plain sight: My sonic load’ye, i.e. he sound the wind makes through these pillars injects information into your brain.

    Warning people in advance about the risk to their psychic health and safety is, after all, the most British of conspiratorial actions.

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