The Lady Liberty’s DNA

The first thing I found interesting in this investigation is that no one has a posted a clip of the most jaw dropping film role for the Statue of Liberty that come during the conclusion of Men In Black II when we discover — along with MIB agent Will Smith — that the Lady is equipped with a city-sized neuralizer:

Tommy Lee has the key...

Lady Liberty Flashes NYC

I actually stumbled on this curious journey down the symbology rabbit hole as part of a writing assignment for one of those type of sites.  The topic was “How Were the Stairs Up the Statue of Liberty Built?” (Can’t seem to find my published story on-line, wonder if they even used it?)


Anyway, it took forever to find the answer to that simple question, amazing how often it was overlooked in the public descriptions, I had to dig really deep to get some solid information!


The 11 Pointed Star of the Illuminati


The foundation/base for the US Statue of Liberty, appears to be a very slight variation of a 11-pointed star. Why?

I once again I was floored by all of the symbological and alchemical clues laced into the design of yet another iconic building — our Lady Liberty. Seems the “welcome mat” to the world from the land of freedom is much ‘seamier’ than I had previously thought! From her Roman sandals planted firmly on a 11-pointed star all the way up to the torch of the Illuminati held high above New York, I suspect there is much more to this lady than meets the eye!


Would you be surprised to learn that the public staircase leading up to the crown is shaped just like a human DNA helix? I was. Even more astonishing was the fact it was laid out in nine levels, just like a Mayan ceremonial pyramid. You have to lean out to keep your balance as you ascend and many tourists have commented that it seemed like a ‘never-ending’ climb, rather like the sensation of climbing one of those huge stepped pyramids.

With one side of the spiral full of people going up and the other spiral full of people coming down, this design creates a perfect ‘whirlpool’ of energy on a busy day.

354 steps to the crown

And while we investigate let’s keep in mind the entire quote from the poem Colossus written by Emma Lazarus in 1883 that is inscribed on a plaque placed on the inner walls of the Statue’s pedestal. It currently is displayed in the Statue of Liberty exhibit and the original handwritten sonnet is housed by the American Jewish Historical Society. It is full of hidden meanings, most seeming to allude back to that underlying battle of feminine and masculine principles…

Not like the brazen giant of Green fame,
With conquering limbs astride from land to land,
Here at our sea-washed, sunset- gates shall stand
A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame
Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name
Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand
Glows world-wide welcome, her mild eyes command
The air-bridged harbor that twin-cities frame.
“Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she,
With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddles masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore;
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”


Internal Structure

Let’s start this synchromystic journey though the Lady’s hidden clues with this fun fact:

On the day of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, the Statue of Liberty was closed as it was also a possible terrorist target. The monument was once again reopened on August 3, 2004 and remains open today.

If the city of New York was involved in a Egyptian magical ritual of gigantic proportions, all that accumulated energy has to be channeled somewhere, right? Do you remember the claim that the Statue of Liberty was closed right after the towers collapsed on 9/11 because they were told it was a potential target? I do.

Everyone was herded out — which means they had the island all to themselves free of interuptions from ‘civilians.’ If you recall from the earlier blog on Grand Central Station, you can draw a straight line on Google Earth from there to the Statue of Liberty that goes right through the obelisk at Washington Square and the Ground Zero site.

Tear Drop Monument from Russia -- With Love?

And while we’re on the alignment issue, consider this post-9/11 memorial erected by the Russians in New York, which also aligns with the Statue of Liberty…it is called the “Teardrop Monument” which was erected exactly 5 years later on September 11, 2006.

Fashioned after the Vietnam War memorial, it has the names of 9/11 victims inscribed in the base and bricks dedicated to specific families and firehouses around the monument…and so much more, but let’s not get sidetracked.

So, back to the mysteries of the Lady.

One of the biggest head-scratchers for me was learning about Black Tom Island. This was apparently quite a huge event in our nation’s history and was directly responsible for the formation of the FBI. Yet I had never heard a peep about it, nor has anyone I asked since I heard about it. Turns out there was a ‘terrorist’ attack on an man-made island near the Statue that was used to ship out weapons that sent out a shock wave as intense as a 5 point earthquake!

“Every window in the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, on Bedloe’s Island opposite Black Tom, was broken, and the main door, made of iron and weighing almost a ton, was blown off its hinges,” The Morning Call reported. “The statue itself, however, was not damaged, except from the rain of shrapnel which bespattered it.”

Well, that ‘rain of shrapnel’ was enough to permanently close the sprial staircase up to the torch to the public since July 30, 1916, which also happened to be the day of a solar eclipse. Oh My!


At 2:08 am, the first and biggest of the explosions took place. Fragmentation from the explosion travelled long distances, some lodging in the Statue of Liberty and some in the clocktower of the Jersey Journal building in Journal Square, over a mile away, stopping the clock at 2:12 a.m. The explosion was the equivalent of an earthquake measuring between 5.0 and 5.5 on the Richter Scale and was felt as far away as Philadelphia. Windows broke as far as 25 miles away, including thousands in lower Manhattan. Some window panes in Times Square were completely shattered. The outer wall of Jersey City’s City Hall was cracked and the Brooklyn Bridge was shaken. People as far away as Maryland who were awakened by it thought it was an earthquake. Property damage from the attack was estimated at $20 million ($ 390 million in 2009). The damage to the Statue of Liberty was valued at $100,000 ($ 1,952,000 in 2009) and included the skirt and the torch. The arm has been closed to visitors ever since. Immigrants being processed at Ellis Island also had to be evacuated to lower Manhattan. Reports vary, but as many as seven people may have been killed. The Black Tom blast and related acts of German sabotage resulted in the passage of the federal Espionage Act in June 1917.


While researching that interesting and rather strangely overlooked saga in New York history lead to this picture of the Statue shortly after the Black Tom incident, which clearly shows that the covering of the base has been altered — previously it had a dark pad overlay with sun and moon motif which is quite different when compared with a modern photo.


Present Day



Of course, it is no surprise that the Masons were involved in this project from start to finish:

…the Freemasons played an important role in the Statue of Liberty’s development. First, Liberty’s sculptor, Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi, was himself a Freemason, having just finished the Alsace-Lorraine Lodge in Paris in 1875. Liberty’s own name, Liberty Enlightening the World, was probably derived from the Masonic idea of illumination and enlightenment. Several powerful Freemasons were members of the French Committee (particularly the celebrated historian Louis-Henri Martin).

Not surprisingly, the Masons were just as influential on the American side. Nearly all the major figures raising funds for the pedestal were Masons, including the architect Richard Morris Hunt.

The greatest moment for the Masons was indisputably the laying of the cornerstone for the statue and pedestal at Bedloe’s Island, as Liberty Island was formerly known, in 1884. The ritualistic ceremony was presided over by the grand master of the New York State Lodge.

    The mysteries of Lady Liberty are many—this topic is TO BE CONTINUED!

Any observations or insights from readers welcomed!

~ by weewarrior on December 24, 2010.

6 Responses to “The Lady Liberty’s DNA”

  1. A DNA from concrete? Amazingly crazy!

  2. It may be that Lady Liberty is not just a statue or memorial to peace and liberty.
    She may be a radio conductor. If one looks at the times it was closed to the public, supposedly for repairs or modifications, they appear to be times connected to major wars when secret communications were important. The metal staircase could be a two-way transmitter/receiver. The island situation would guarantee it to be free from other radio interference and also private use. The torch and her sun ‘crown’ are Illuminati symbols.
    Now we have something much more disturbing…
    Notice the nervous speech and body language of the HAARP spokesman. And just today the news is full of extreme weather disturbances.

    • Very interesting ideas, we’re working along the same lines of thought I can see.
      Yep, I’ve watched the HAARP documentary as well as that fascinating one about the strange going-ons in space called “The Secret NASA Transmissions”

      Which, by the way, you have to confirm you are over 18 years old to watch because it ‘contains disturbing content.’
      Just goes to show what they want us to think is too scary for us mere humans to fathom.
      Well, we’re figuring it out fast and furiously, and I hope it has inflicted a stab of fear into the hearts of those who seek to suppress these collosal secrets.

  3. ‘Holes in Heaven’ = ‘Space Elevators’??

  4. […] The staircase of the statue leads to the crown and is shaped like a human DNA helix constructed in nine levels, similar to a Mayan ceremonial pyramid. The entire quote from the poem Colossus is inscribed on a plaque placed on the inner walls of the Statue’s pedestal. Full of hidden meaning, the poem suggests “the opposition of masculine and feminine principles”: […]

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