At the center of the Pentagon is a five-acre park; Now you would expect to to see a phallus symbol in the middle of the Pentagon in form of a Obelisk since this a common theme in Washington D.C which has been built entirely by Freemasons. But the truth is stranger than fiction, it was an old ‘hotdog’ stand which was operating since the Cold War but was torn down in 2006-2007 to be up-fitted with a new/modern eatery for the employees of the Pentagon.
Rumor has it that during the Cold War, the Russians never had any less than two missiles aimed at this hot dog stand,” DOD Communications Officer Brett Eaton told the Stars and Stripes in 2010. “They thought this was the Pentagon’s most top-secret meeting room, and the entire Pentagon was a large fortress built around this hot dog stand. They thought the officers were going to get their top-secret briefings in a protected area, but really they were just going to get lunch.
Now if you get my drift about the ‘hotdogs’ you will soon find some truth of the mockery; it was a small pentagon shaped building which was creating and selling phallic symbols daily. But this is just a stretch to assume any type of conspiracy about this topic. But then tell us some facts which make you wonder; the quotes below were found on af.mil :
The Pentagon was declared a national historic landmark in 1992, and because the courtyard is one of the five historically protected features of the building, the hot dog stand must be replaced by a building of roughly the same size, and exactly the same shape as the Pentagon, Mr. Eaton said.
The new building will cost about $1.2 million to complete, he said. In addition, the wooden owl atop the current hot dog stand to ward off birds must be preserved and placed on the new structure.
Now there is a mention of a important owl which must be replaced. Now there we go another symbol which ties back to Freemasonry. So could this be more proof that symbols are not always so obvious. There is no more solid evidence on this topic about the center of the Pentagon.