Disturbing Illuminati & Draconian symbols in Bulgaria

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  1. BULGARICA

    BULGARICA Banned

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    The statue "The Valentine Dragons" near the Pier in Varna, Bulgaria.
    Photo made by me. Also called "The Dragons in love", placed in Varna in October 2010, in one of the most populated areas in the city, the Port, the Dragons were donated by a large but anonymous company, supposedly from Varna city. The statue caused a lot of speculations, because the city has nothing to do with Dracons, Lizards and such. Actually, the city's coat of arms has always been two Lions, not Dragons (two fictional characters). Disturbing.

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    Another photo taken by me. Saint Nicholas Church in Varna, Bulgaria. A triangle symbol and an eye inside of it. The Eye of Providence, same one placed on the Dollar bill. The Eye Of Providence is often associated with conspiracies, the Freemasons, Illuminati and the Vatican.

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    I'll be posting more.
     
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    Statue "The Dragons in Love"
    http://visit.guide-bulgaria.com/a/1316/statue_the_dragons_in_love.htm

    Type: Statue
    Location: North-Eastern > Varna > Varna > Varna"
    In Bulgarian: Статуя "Влюбените дракони" »

    The statue "Lovers dragons" is located in the Sea Garden of Varna, near the swimming complex "Primorski". The sculpture was created in October 2010 and from then it causes different reactions and numerous disputes, which not prevent it to become one of the attractions in the park.

    The statue is a work of the artist Darin Lazarov. It is made of bronze and represents two lovers dragon hold up an egg.

    The sculpture is sponsored by a Local company, which repair the swimming base.


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