Salem Cross/Cross of Baphomet
See crosses: Cross (broken) Cross (Christian) Cross, Inverted Cross, Salem/Baphomet (3 bars) Cross of Lorraine (2 bars) Maltese cross Ankh X sign
See: Baphomet Knights Templar
A Masonic symbol seen less frequently is the 33° cross because it appertains only to the highest degrees. It is more commonly called the Crusaders Cross or the Jerusalem Cross. It was supposedly worn by the first Grand Master of the Knights Templar, Godfrey de Bouillon, after he liberated Jerusalem from the Muslims.8
This symbol is on the hat of the Sovereign Grand Commander of all 33° Masons in a very slightly modified form. It is part of the magical signature of Aleister Crowley, the supreme Satanist of this century!9 It is also found as the logo of the new Catholic Bible, the Jerusalem Bible!10
8: Whittemore, Carrol E., Symbols of the Christian Church, Abingdon Press, NashvIlle, 1959, p. 12.
9: Crowley, Aleister, The Equinox, Vol.3, No.1, Samuel Welser, New York, 1973, pp 226, 248.
10: Jones, Alexander (gen. ed.), The Jerusalem Bible, Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1970, frontispiece.
33° Freemason Henrey Clausen wearing the symbol of Baphomet on his head.
President Gerald Ford, a 33rd degree Mason, wears a necktie with the "cross of Baphomet" emblem of the occultic OTO and British satanist Aleister Crowley. The symbol is also worn by the Sovereign Grand Commander of Scottish Rite Freemasonry. http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/codex_magica/codex_magica23.htm
It is a cross, the upright piece being crossed by three lines, the upper and lower shorter than the middle one. It is the insignia of the Grand Master and Past Grand Masters of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templar of the United States.
Luciferian symbols Statue of Pope St. Sylvester carrying the older Papal Cross.
Zoe. Mexican 'indie' band.
Earth, Wind and Fire
Druid An examination of the Major Arcana's 5th card - The Hierophant - reveals that the central figure, a pope-like initiator, holds in his hand a wand with three horizontal bars. This strange non-Christian motif is of Druidic origins. It represents the three divisions of the Druidic Order. http://allseeingeye.nireblog.com/post/2008/08/22/druid-influence-on-politics-freemansonry-religions
The Hierophant is Arcanum Five of the Tarot. Despite the garb, the image connotes the Druidic priesthood that was subdivided into three schools. Note the staff in the hand of the figure. It has three horizontal bars. The figure wears a garment with three crosses. There are three tiers to his headdress. All trinities and triple pantheons derive from the observation and veneration of the constellation Orion. http://www.irishoriginsofcivilization.com/appendices/druidicsymbolism.html
Memorial Sloane Kettering