Freemason Obelisk Dedicated To William Mckinley In Buffalo, NY
The McKinley Monument is a 96-foot (29 m) tall obelisk in Niagara Square, Buffalo, New York. Its location in front of Buffalo City Hall defines the center of the city and Buffalo’s major roads converge on it.
The monument was commissioned by the State of New York and dedicated September 6, 1907 to the memory of William McKinley, 25th President of the United States, who was fatally shot while attending the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo on September 6, 1901.
Architect Daniel H. Burnham (a suspected Freemason) called in to consult on the project, had suggested an obelisk, with fountains at the base and decided where it should be placed. In the end, the monument consists of a Vermont and Italian marble obelisk with surrounding Italian marble lions ( Lions Represent Egyptian Sphinx In Masonry) each 12 feet (3.7 m) long and weighing 12 tons. It was designed by architects Carrère and Hastings, who had led the design of the Exposition, with animal sculptures by Alexander Phimister Proctor that include sleeping lions, and turtles Source: Wikipedia
Measurements Source: ci.buffalo.ny.us
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Using occult numerology this monument works out to be 666. 96 feet high breaks down to 6. Take 9+6=15 then add 1+5=6. Height breaks down to 6. Width is 6 and Depth is 6. 666 the number of the beast mentioned in Revelation of the Bible. This monument was dedicated to Freemason William Mckinley by the Freemasons. William Mckinley was assassinated in Buffalo, NY on the steps of the Temple Of Music.