In December of 2005 Diamond Dallas Page sued Jay-Z for trademark and copyright infringement of his "diamond cutter" gesture which he had supposedly copyrighted back in 1995. In July 2007 Page settled this lawsuit with the rapper for an undisclosed sum. But what is the real truth about this symbol?
The triangle. It is a powerful occult symbol, layered with multiple meanings. These symbols surround us, often hidden in plain sight, as a subtle signal to those with eyes to see, of their allegiance to the New World Order. It also has different meanings, depending on how it is used, and whether it is pointing up, or down.
For example, Notice the alignment of the eye, inside the triangle. This is no accident, but a visual representation of the all seeing eye of Horus that floats atop the pyramid, on the back of every dollar bill.
Obama worshippers adapted the gesture as a sign of unity, never realizing that Hitler's hands made the exact same gesture, over seventy five years ago. He also used this gesture as a supposed sign of unity. But the unity that it actually represents is occult, the unity of the Satanic trinity of the Antichrist, false prophet, and the Dragon, Satan.
The triangle is a Masonic symbol as well, that traces all the way back to Kabbalah, as it was practiced in ancient Babylon. It is taught in both Kabbalah and Freemasonry, that the prophet Enoch was given the supposed secret "sacred name", the Tetragrammaton, and inscribed it on a triangular golden plate. According to Masonic legend, he then hid it underground on Mount Moriah, which is the site where Solomon's temple was subsequently built. This is one of the reasons why the Freemasons, to this day, are so interested in the temple, and in seeing that it gets rebuilt.
In the spring of 1909 Aleister Crowley released the first volume of "The Equinox", the magazine of his ordo templi orientis cult. In the section on the 'signs of the grades' we have this figure. He represents fire, and the goddess Thoum aesh neith. Right next to this gesture we have its opposite, with the triangle pointing down. It represents water, and the goddess Auramoth. This gesture is less seen, and is often performed clandestinely.
This gesture may also be found everywhere; from the Catholic Church, to world leaders, and even in supposedly Christian churches.