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A Trophy Given Away At A Major I.F.B.B. Event Is Shaped In A Design Used To Symbolize The Worship Of Lucifer!

Each year, a trophy shaped in a design used to symbolize the worship of Lucifer is awarded at a major I.F.B.B. women's bodybuilding event. The meaning of this trophy is hidden from most everyone but a select few who are in the know.


   Debbie Muggli holding an obelisk!

The trophy we are referring to is an obelisk. An obelisk is a tapering, four-sided shaft that has a pyramidal top.(1)

In this photo, you see Debbie Muggli holding an obelisk that she won at the I.F.B.B. Ms. International competition.(2) This women's competition is held in conjunction with The Arnold Classic each year.

The obelisk is a symbol that definitely has connections to Freemasonry. The obelisk is important to Masons and has roots in ancient Egypt. It is the symbol of a god worshipped by believers involved in the ancient mysteries.(3)

The obelisk stands for the sun god.(4) The sun is also a major Masonic symbol. (5)

In an article titled: "Bodybuilding and Religion: What's the Relationship?" you can see the obelisk symbol printed on the page. It appears in the bottom left-hand corner of page 114 of the November 1988 issue of Muscle & Fitness.(6) Take a look:


   Bodybuilding and Religion, Muscle & Fitness, November 1988, Page 114 and 115.

The Sun Symbol

Albert Pike, one of Masonry's most notable writers wrote: "The sun is the ancient symbol of the life-giving and generative power of the Deity." (7) 

Take a look at this sun symbol(8) found on the inside cover of Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness, in the April 1980 issue:


  

Ralph Epperson, a historian and lecturer on the subject writes:

"The sun was a symbol of something that only the believers in the religion...understood. These believers, ...knew that the people would not accept their mystery religion, so they had to conceal it from them. So the task became one of creating a religion around a belief that they knew the people would accept. Their basic purpose was to create a popular religion as a cover for their secret worship. They would have to keep their beliefs from the people, and conceal their secret worship in hidden symbols."(9)

Take a look at another sun logo(10) found in the May 1982 issue of Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness:


  

Epperson writes: "The obelisk stands for the very presence of the sun god! And the sun god is Lucifer!"(11)

Why does Weider so prominently use the sun as one of his logos? Why is the obelisk given away as a trophy at the I.F.B.B. Ms. International? And why does the obelisk appear in the "Bodybuilding and Religion" article?

On the Muscle Missions website we will continue to unmask this mystery. Until then, be assured of this...The sun that we see in the sky each day along with the moon and stars were created by the God of the Holy Bible. God's word says:

And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also. - Genesis 1:16 (KJV)

When you worship the sun, moon, stars, a statue, or even yourself, Lucifer is leading you astray. You are not to worship things that were created; instead you are to worship the creator. To worship anything other than the creator is giving heed to Lucifer. 

The God of the Authorized King James version of the Holy Bible says this:

I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods before me. - Exodus 20:2,3 (KJV)

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Footnotes: 

1. Random House Webster's Dictionary, (New York: Random House, 1996) 933
2. Flex (August 1992), 151
3. A. Ralph Epperson, The New World Order (Tucson, AZ: Publius Press, 1990), 98 and 100
4. Dr. Cathy Burns, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated (Mt. Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1998) 340
5. Epperson, The New World Order, 97
6. Kenneth R. Dutton and Ronald S. Laura, "Bodybuilding and Religion, What's the Relationship?" Muscle & Fitness (November 1988), 114 and 115
7. Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma (Richmond, VA: L.H. Jenkins, Inc., 1871) 13
8. Muscle & Fitness (April 1980) Inside Cover
9. Epperson, The New World Order, 47 and 49
10. Muscle & Fitness (May 1982) Advertisement
11. Epperson, The New World Order, 100



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