Mall of the North built for Satan?

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Discerning the World is an internet Discernment ministry based in Johannesburg South Africa that was founded by Deborah du Rand in 2008. Tom Lessing joined Deborah in May 2013. Tom Lessing founded the website "Waak en Bid/Watch and Pray" which was closed in 2013 and articles moved across to DTW.

13 Responses

  1. Melissa says:

    I live in Polokwane and I am really grateful that you did an article on this. I too have been to the Mall of the North and seen the massive EYE. It just shows you how many satanists (freemasons) there are in South Africa. They are rich own this country.

  2. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Thank you Melissa!

  3. YvZ says:

    Wow! This is very scary…

  4. Jakes says:

    Don’t be stupid.

    The eye is such a common shape found in every living creature that can see. Art, design, architecture, etc uses all the various shapes and things we can visually observe in imaginative reproductions. Because someone builds a building with an eye shape somewhere in the middle doesn’t mean its a temple to anything. The only thing it can be a temple to is consumerism and the research going into shopping centre design to make people spend more time and money at a mall.

    If you start attaching meaning to shapes we see everywhere around us, you will find nonsense meanings too. Our brains have evolved to find patterns everywhere. But our brains didn’t evolve to make sure those meanings it derives are actually true.

    Please go read a science book instead of this nonsense.

  5. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Jakes

    Are you an atheist? I don’t expect you to understand.

    >> The only thing it can be a temple to is consumerism and the research going into shopping centre design to make people spend more time and money at a mall.

    Matthew 6:24 “No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.”

    Mam·mon (măm′ən)
    n.
    1. Bible Riches, avarice, and worldly gain personified as a false god in the New Testament.
    2. often mammon Material wealth regarded as having an evil influence.

  6. wiekus says:

    Jakes wrote:

    Don’t be stupid.
    The eye is such a common shape found in every living creature that can see. Art, design, architecture, etc uses all the various shapes and things we can visually observe in imaginative reproductions. Because someone builds a building with an eye shape somewhere in the middle doesn’t mean its a temple to anything. The only thing it can be a temple to is consumerism and the research going into shopping centre design to make people spend more time and money at a mall.
    If you start attaching meaning to shapes we see everywhere around us, you will find nonsense meanings too. Our brains have evolved to find patterns everywhere. But our brains didn’t evolve to make sure those meanings it derives are actually true.
    Please go read a science book instead of this nonsense.

    Evolution??? What evolution of the brain are you referring to ?

  7. Grant-53 says:

    I think it looks like a football here in the USA.

  8. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Yes Grant, such an astute Calvinist as yourself would say such a thing. The sad part is you can’t even see the evil in the doctrine you follow, how can we expect you to see the evil that is in this world.

  9. Grant-53 says:

    I have no trouble seeing the evil in your prejudice.
    “Gentlemen, this is a football.” Vince Lombardi

  10. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Grant-53

    Of course Vince Lombardi would say it’s a ‘football’ he is a Freemason after all. http://mastermason.com/cny-masonry/famous.html

    Wake up Grant and I mean that in the nicest way possible 🙂

  11. Grant-53 says:

    It is clear you have serious issues with Calvinism, Freemasons, and sectarianism. A South African firm would be amused by a reference to American football and puzzled by the assertion that their building looks like a mystic eye. We have a local bank that used the same oval architectural shape. We would have to ask the owners why they designed the mall the way they did. Perhaps it is to remind us of a boat. How is the building oriented to the prevailing winds? Lighting and drainage are important considerations.

    Freemasons are nothing new to us here nor are the Latter Day Saints. I have had in depth conversations with such people. A great deal of history has come from our area. We are familiar with both Socialist and right wing conspiracy theories. You don’t yet know me well enough to call me a follower of an evil doctrine. Have you studied these things carefully for yourself or have others taught you this? Maybe you have me confused with my fraternal twin, Shrek. You can tell us apart as he is a bit taller and I have the luxurious head of hair.

    Having studied engineering and worked selling auto parts for 10 years, I can see the design and function of a building layout. The curve of the mall is to aid flow of people walking and allow them to easily see shops. There are two philosophies of business. One is the craven pursuit of profit and gain. The Bible warns us against pursuing wealth as an end in itself. The other is the quality ethic. We are to produce goods and services to meet the needs of others. We are to help others out of the increase of wealth that God enables us to grow.

  12. Grant 53

    It is clear you have serious issues with Calvinism, Freemasons, and sectarianism. A South African firm would be amused by a reference to American football and puzzled by the assertion that their building looks like a mystic eye. We have a local bank that used the same oval architectural shape. We would have to ask the owners why they designed the mall the way they did. Perhaps it is to remind us of a boat. How is the building oriented to the prevailing winds? Lighting and drainage are important considerations.

    How on earth do you propose to discern between blatant Freemason signs and symbols and architectural design when you can’t even discern between God’s righteous judgments and John Calvin’s murderous sprees?

  13. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Grant-53

    >> It is clear you have serious issues with Calvinism, Freemasons, and sectarianism.

    It’s clear you don’t have a problem with Freemasonry and sectarianism.

    Let’s give the definition of sectarianism to understand just exactly what you have said…

    Sectarianism, like racism, is a form of bigotry, discrimination, or hatred arising from attaching importance to perceived differences between subdivisions within a group, such as between different denominations of a religion, nationalism, class, regional or factions of a political movement. –https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sectarianism

    Hmmmm…. interesting. You show your true colours the more you comment on this website. I think you should quit while you are ahead 🙂

    Maybe you can find another Freemason’s quote about “dropping the ball”.