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  Bombing in the Balkans

Bombing in the Balkans
Image credit: © Damian Bâthory

Uploader comment: I did this work about ten years ago, it's a representation of a Bombing the USA did in the Balkans, they bombed the Serbian position while we the UN Peacekeepers were still in the zone trying to evacuate civilians, I know from first hand what it feels like when bombs falls around you, the Pentagram represent the US air Force, in WW2 the emblem of the US Army was a star in a circle wich was obviously a Pentagram, and in the 2000's George W Bush refused to let Pentagram be displayed on the Tomb and commemorative of Wiccan American soldiers, he changed his mind due to the pressure of the public, i think it was a nonsense to refuse this since the greatest American heroes fought in WW2 under the protection of the Pentagram. Because the Pentagram is not an Evil sign, it's the oldest sign of protection, but was used by Evil organisation in their own sinister version (inverted) just like the Nazi did with the their sinister version of the Swastika.


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Comment icon #1 Posted by bLu3 de 3n3rgy on 16 December, 2011, 5:05
Interesting.. and nice work. Symbols like the ones you mention neither have their roots in 'good' or 'evil' it's whatever the intent and mass consciousness reflects onto a symbol that makes it powerful. Nazi symbol was never evil, just is considered so, by consciousness association.

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Damian Bâthory
November 26, 2011, 4:02 am
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