Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Illuminati Symbols
Every Call of Duty game since the original Modern Warfare (Call of Duty 4) has been hijacked by the Illuminati. However, Modern Warfare 3 Illuminati symbols are on top of the pyramid when it comes to not giving a damn.
Call of Duty Illuminati symbols are also found in Modern Warfare, Modern Warfare 2, Black Ops, and Black Ops II.
The main Illuminati symbol Modern Warfare 3 uses is the all-seeing eye pyramid.
In fact, it's impossible to miss on the first level!
New York City Mission
The first mission is set in New York City during a homeland invasion.
Reminiscent of September 11, 2001.
The scene opens with dramatic images of a fallen New York City. The player's objective is to make it to the stock exchange.
In reality, it's known as the New York Stock Exchange, or NYSE. Oddly, the developers of Modern Warfare 3 changed the name to something else.
Masonic Stock Exchange?
An Illuminati all-seeing eye symbol is found as soon as the player walks into the stock exchange. This is the most common way to symbolize the Illuminati. Similar symbols are found in other popular games, such as the Halo series. There's much more than that, though.
Instead of using the proper acronym for New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), they made up their own. What does theirs stand for? My best guess is "Masonic Stock Exchange." It looks like there might be some Freemasons working at Activision.
It's not an exageration to say this mission is littered with Illuminati propaganda everywhere!
Dial M for Masonry.
The Illuminati symbols in Modern Warfare 3 are no isolated incident. Illuminati pyramids have been integrated into multiplayer and gameplay options as well.
The Sitrep perk gives a player the ability to see claymores, etc. It aids the player with an "all-seeing eye," allowing him or her to detect hidden traps before anyone else.
One last noteworthy gem in Modern Warfare 3 is the blatent salute to Freemasonry. In multiplayer, each team is given a seemingly random logo. One of the team emblems assigned is the Freemasonry square and compasses.
This is Modern Warfare 3.
...And this is the Freemasons' square and compasses.
I did a similar comparison with Halo Reach's artwork.
What does Modern Warfare 3 have in common with other popular games released recently? A lot of them reference directly, or indirectly, the Illuminati. In the case of Modern Warfare 3, it was mostly done by bringing attention to the secret society of Freemasonry.
Why would Infinity Ward/Activision do this? For the same reasons Bungie/Microsoft Game Studios and others do it, I suppose.
"All warfare is based on deception," stated the introduction of Modern Warfare 3, "the bigger the lie, the more likely people will believe it."