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Some of the pieces to this puzzle fit together if you follow closely…
The symbolism of the eye is referenced by practically every conspiracy theorist on the planet.
You can find jewelry to this day that has an eye on it, which actually represents the talisman to ward off the curse of the ‘evil eye.’ One of these talismans is the Italian horn, referred to as a cornicello.
The word ‘corno’ means horn and we also see the mano cornuta (horned hand) being used in the entertainment industry.
Here’s the Eye of Horus in the post about the Illuminati symbolism behind Katy Perry & Juicy J’s video for And Lady Gaga: The third eye was a conceptual symbol used by the ancient Egyptians and Hindus as a reference to the pineal gland.
The Theosophists believed that the pineal gland was literally a third eye with a physical and spiritual purpose, but evolution worked it back into our heads into a present day pineal glands (as did the ancient Egyptians; according to some Egyptologists- see The Pyramid Code).
This ‘wedjat’ is a symbol of life because in Egyptian mythology, the god Horus had his moon eye torn out by Set, only to have Thoth invoke magic spells of the falcon to restore it (I could segue into the falcon being symbolism of the American eagle or the phoenix, but I’ll save that for another time).
The Eye of Horus would continue to be used as a symbol of a protective amulet, including its use on the tombs of Egyptians to assist in the afterlife.
Those were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown.
The tie-in with The Watchers is found in the Book of Daniel and again in the Books of Enoch, as they are described similar to the Nephilim in that the Watchers were sent to Earth to watch over the humans, only to succumb to lust for the women and procreate with them and create the Nephilim-giants.
Whether you want to believe that these were literally angels, giants, reptilians, or the offspring of Seth & Cain; the point is that the concept of a big eye in the sky watching over us is a common thread, lying subtlety below the radar to the uninitiated.