Tokyo Tower, Tokyo

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4-2-8 Shiba Koen, Minato-ku 03-3433-5111

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  • View from the Tokyo Shin Hankyu Hotel.
    View from the Tokyo Shin Hankyu Hotel.
    by tompt
  • More symbols.
    More symbols. "One ring to rule them...
    by KevinMichael
  • Look!  The Illuminati's All Seeing Eye!!
    Look! The Illuminati's All Seeing Eye!!
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    Go see a temple of the Illuminati

    by KevinMichael Updated Aug 17, 2006

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    Look!  The Illuminati's All Seeing Eye!!
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    Is it any coincidence that next to what represents a pyramid of sorts (Tokyo Tower ... not really a pyramid but it is triangular) is a Masonic Temple. Who are these guys? Well the Masons have a thing for ruling over people. They won't exactly tell you that but there's enough history to go around to tell us that they have significant influence. From the Mason's we can find a direct link to the malevolent Illuminati. Don't believe any of this conspiracy stuff? Well, go check out the temple for yourself.

    These would be rulers at the very least make it no secret of their desire to RULE the WORLD.

    Currently there symbols are found all over U.S. stuff, like the US dollar for instance. George Washington was part of there gang and so have been a lot of other US presidents. Whereas, most people don't take this stuff seriously, these guys do take there stuff seriously. They don't go making 'temples' like this just for the hell of it. This stuff takes money and quite a degree of seriousness to it. How does all of this get paid for you may wonder?

    Well you can check out the Masonic Temple right next to Tokyo Tower.

    "One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them."-J.R.R. Tolken Lord of the Rings

    This is unfortunately a members only outfit, meaning if you're not a mason then they won't let you in. I left mine at home and I found out that they don't take American Express, Visa, or Mastercard. What a rip!

    Positioned stategically right next door to Tokyo Tower.

    Related to:
    • Architecture
    • Budget Travel
    • Archeology

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    View over Tokyo

    by tompt Updated Oct 31, 2002

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    View from the Tokyo Shin Hankyu Hotel.

    Tokyo toweris built in 1958 and is 333m high. When the wheather is good you have a nice view from the 360° viewing platform. But if it is a bit hazy, which occurs much in summer in Tokyo, you can save the 860 yen entrance fee. There are free viewing points on the 45th floor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and on the 46th floor of the Tokyo Shin Hankyu Hotel.

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