All-Seeing Eye

This symbol is found over the highest window of the east central tower. It is familiar to most Americans because of its presence on the dollar bill and is vaguely regarded as some Masonic symbol of the eye of God. It is the Utchut (or Wedjat) Eye and is associated with both Horus and Osiris, ancient Egyptian gods of war and death respectively. (Gardiner, Sir Arthur, Egyptian Grammar, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1927, 1978 p. 451.) It is regarded by all Satanists as the symbol of Lucifer, the "mal ochio" or evil eye. An Egyptian coffin text even refers to it as the "all-seeing eye of Horus." (Gardiner, Sir Arthur, Egyptian Grammar, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1927, 1978 p. 451.) Its use in occult objects and literature is too prolific to even touch upon. Suffice it to say that it was Satanist Crowley's favorite symbol. (See cover of Crowley's Equinox, vol. iii, and also note the title of another of Crowley's biographies, The Eye in the Triangle by Regardie, Israel Llewellyn Pub., 1973.)