Does the Ancient Symbolism of the Los Angeles Public Library Hide a Luciferian Undertone?

Does the Ancient Symbolism of the Los Angeles Public Library Hide a Luciferian Undertone?

To most people the Los Angeles Public Library is a functional city building providing books and reference material to the public. Online, however, the library has come under attack by a growing army of misguided New Age writers, who paint the library as a dark fixture within an elite, underground Masonic, Luciferian and or Illuminati agenda. In this article, historian Ashley Cowie will refute such claims by exploring the builders’ true ancient motivations, inspirations and aspirations, replacing misplaced panic with reason, logic and common sense.

Left: Lee Lawrie. Right: Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue. Together they designed several monumental buildings cross the USA, most famously the Rockefeller Memorial Chapel and the Los Angeles Public Library.

Left: Lee Lawrie. Right: Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue. Together they designed several monumental buildings cross the USA, most famously the Rockefeller Memorial Chapel and the Los Angeles Public Library.

Conceptualizing and Designing the Library of Mysteries

The Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL), when it was built in 1926, was the largest publicly funded library construction program the world had ever seen. This powerhouse of American culture is a blend of 1930s and 1940s cement architecture with ancient Egyptian and Mediterranean revival styles and the entire building is blazoned with religious, philosophical and spiritual iconography and themes.


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