Esoteric Knowledge 101: Animals(Part 2 of 3)

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In the last post I broke down the monetary system and how symbols are used.  In this post I want to talk a little bit about animal symbolism.

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From my research it seems that most of the animal symbolism comes from the astrological Zodiac.  The zodiac has been used for thousands of years.

The zodiac, the 12 signs listed in a horoscope, is closely tied to how the Earth moves through the heavens. The signs are derived from the constellations that mark out the path on which the sun appears to travel over the course of a year. You might think that dates in a horoscope correspond to when the sun passes through each constellation. But they don’t, much of the time because astrology and astronomy are different systems. Plus, a closer examination of the motion of the Earth, the sun, and the stars shows the zodiac to be more intricate than you might imagine!

As Earth orbits the sun, the sun appears to pass in front of different constellations. Much like the moon appears in a slightly different place in the sky each night, the location of the sun relative to distant background stars drifts in an easterly direction from day to day. It’s not that the sun is actually moving. Its motion is entirely an illusion, caused by Earth’s own motion around our star. The classical map of the sky, with the 48 Greek constellations, was derived from at least two different pre-Greek traditions. One tradition comprised the 12 signs of the zodiac, with several associated animal constellations, all of which developed over 3,200-500 BC in Mesopotamia in a religious or ritual tradition. These were taken over by the Greeks around 500 BC. However the other Babylonian constellations, their farming-calendar tradition, were not adopted. The other tradition was not Mesopotamian; it comprised large constellations which appear to date from 2,800 BC, probably from the Mediterranean region, devised for the navigators of ships. They include huge bears and serpents which marked the celestial pole and equator at that time, and probably the four anonymous giants which we know as Hercules, Ophiuchus, Bootes, and Auriga, as well as some of the large southern ‘marine’ constellations. The origins of some other constellations, including the Perseus tableau and various animals, are unknown. It is therefore currently concluded that among the Indo-European peoples, astrology dates to the third millennium BC.The astrology of today (Western astrology) is based on the Greek myths which in turn are based on late Egyptian myths based on ancient Kemetic myths and traditions.  The most ancient myths link the very creation of humans to the creation of the zodiac and astrology.  As you will see when we look at many of the characteristics assigned to the different sun signs and compare the different
characteristics of the Neters/Neteru and the myths about them, there are many similarities.  It would appear that much has survived, although without reference to the historical roots of the whole system.  For a long time the credit for the origin of the zodiac has been laid at the doors of the Greeks or the Mesopotanians.  However from the Greeks at least some credit was given to the ancient Africans(Egyptians).  There is also the correlation of the zodiac with the biblical references.  There are twelve(12) months just like the 12 Tribes of Israel. Jesus also had twelve followers.  Jesus was born in a stable.  Which is an animal house(zodiac).

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In the Bible there is a reference to the God El. Sometimes referred to as Bull El or Bull God.  I believe this is possibly from the zodiac sign which is a bull. Baal, god worshipped in many ancient Middle Eastern communities, especially among the Canaanites, who apparently considered him a fertility deity and one of the most important gods in the pantheon. As a Semitic common noun baal (Hebrew baʿal) meant “owner” or “lord,” although it could be used more generally; for example, a baal of wings was a winged creature, and, in the plural, baalim of arrows indicated archers. Yet such fluidity in the use of the term baal did not prevent it from being attached to a god of distinct character. As such, Baal designated the universal god of fertility, and in that capacity his title was Prince, Lord of the Earth. He was also called the Lord of Rain and Dew, the two forms of moisture that were indispensable for fertile soil in Canaan. In Ugaritic and Hebrew, Baal’s epithet as the storm god was He Who Rides on the Clouds. In Phoenician he was called Baal Shamen, Lord of the Heavens.

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Bi-bull, meaning TWO bulls (old and new testament) comes from the ancient Canaa/Phoenician city of Byblos, which is a greek word, meaning “BOOK”/ BIBLE / BIBLIOS. BYBLOS was known as the city of the TWIN BULLS. The Canaa Phoenicians paid blood ritual sacrifice offerings to EL also known as Moloch, who is the Canaa Phoenician God also known as Kronos in Greek, Saturn in Rome, and Satan in modern christianity, which is who the powers that be  still worship and pay blood ritual sacrifice. I don’t think much as changed. Canaa Phoenicia is now the modern day land of Israel, which is a Zionist Jewish  political agenda. In the Spring, the ancient Caana Phoenicians of the city of BYBLOS (modern day Israel), would sacrifice an Aries ram/lamb (Lamb of God) or Goat.
Capricorn Goat....jpg Then there is the Capricorn Goat. Goats are “agile animals” and “surefooted”(1). They are “gregarious, except for old bucks, which tend to live by themselves” (2) . Goats are considered to be rather hardy animals. Capricorn is most often compared to the mountain goat. Capricorns are thought to be loners at heart, with introverted characters. Mountain goats find security in cliffs and heights–the highest places that can be climbed.
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I think the satanic goat god Baphomet gets it’s origin from the Capricorn goat.

The goat god Baphomet became important to the Order of the Knights Templar and remained a significant image in freemasonry. It has acted as a foundation to many satanic images that incorporate goat-features.The Order of the Knights templar was formed during the crusades when many knights and squires set out for the Holy Land. For generations they dominated a large part of the Mediterranean with their headquarters in Malta. The inverted five-pointed star, or Cross of Malta is used as a cryptogram for Baphomet.

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The time period for Capricorn is from December 21- January 19.  of course Christmas is during that time period.  Which is why there are images of Santa Claus riding a goat. It is called a Yule Goat. The Yule goat is a Scandinavian and Northern European Yule and Christmas symbol and tradition. Its origin may be Germanic pagan and has existed in many variants during Scandinavian history. Modern representations of the Yule goat are typically made of straw. On a side note Christmas was once known as Saturnalia. Saturnalia was an ancient Roman festival in honour of the god Saturn, held on December 17 of the Julian calendar and later expanded with festivities through to 23 December.

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Throughout ancient history there have always been different mythical creatures.  The creatures are usually associated with nature or some type of afterlife or the astral plane. When you have a bad dream it’s known as a night-mare.   A mare is a female horse(above pic).

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Then there is the mythical creature the Unicorn.  I’d also like to mention that the reason you see bulls and stallions used a lot is because of their huge sexual organs. It’s because it represents fertility.Unicorn1....

One of the main reasons the gay community uses the unicorn a lot is because  the horn represents the male phallus. Horn as in horny..get it?  Unicorns are always seen with rainbows and are associated with fantasyland and otherworlds.  Unicorns exist in a far away land hidden in the shadows…like being in a closet.

Part three will deal with the symbolism we see right in front us everyday.

Valentine’s Day: Pagan Gods & Sex rituals

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On February 14, couples from around the world recognize Valentine’s Day. For most, Valentine’s Day is a day of love, a day to shower your beloved with gifts and tokens of appreciation, to enjoy a nice meal with them, and to have moments of romance.

Many consider it to be a “Hallmark” greeting-card holiday, created by the retail business in order to get people to spend money on flowers, chocolates, stuffed animals, jewelry, travel, meals, and other luxuries. However, Valentine’s Day is not a modern creation. Rather, it is a day with ancient roots, both cultural and religious. With many legends and tales surrounding Valentine’s Day, the supposed day of love, it can be difficult to ascertain exactly where and how Valentine’s Day originated.

Valentine’s Day is not a global holiday. It is celebrated in many countries, but its classification as a holiday is somewhat limited. It is also referred to as St. Valentine’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Valentine, which gives the impression that the celebrations on February 14 have Christian roots. However, the day is also said to have Pagan origins.

Some say that Valentine’s Day is rooted in an ancient Roman festival. During Roman times, an annual festival known as Lupercalia occurred from February 13 – 15 of each year. During this festival, men would strip naked and swat young maidens with dog- or goat-skin whips, to increase their fertility. This practice began well before Christianity was adopted within the Roman Empire, but continued after legalization of Christianity occurred.

Greek historian Plutarch described Lupercalia in his works, recording, “Lupercalia, of which many write that it was anciently celebrated by shepherds, and has also some connection with the Arcadian Lycaea. At this time many of the noble youths and of the magistrates run up and down through the city naked, for sport and laughter striking those they meet with shaggy thongs. And many women of rank also purposely get in their way, and like children at school present their hands to be struck, believing that the pregnant will thus be helped in delivery, and the barren to pregnancy.”

In “ Lifes of the Principal Saints” , Alban Butler claimed that a practice during Lupercalia, in which men and women would place their names in jars and the names would be drawn to create pairings, was the start of the ritual of exchanging Valentine’s Day love notes. However, there is no evidence linking Valentine’s Day to Lupercalia, or to the practice of pulling names to pair men and women into couples.

Another possibility for the origin of Valentine’s Day involves Christian priest, St. Valentine. It is alleged that at one point, Roman emperor Claudius II banned marriage to prevent young men from avoiding the draft by marrying. Valentinus, a Christian priest, agreed to perform secret marriages for those who wished to become married. However, it has been argued that no such ban on marriage ever took place, and that Claudius II, in fact, urged his men to take multiple wives.

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Another story of St. Valentine claims that a priest by such name was jailed when he fell in love with the warden’s daughter. He would write her notes signed “Your Valentine,” for which he was eventually beheaded. Many Christian priests named Valentine were martyrs, and Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14 in many Christian denominations. In the Anglican Communion it has the rank of ‘commemoration’ in the calendar of saints. The calendar of saints for the Lutheran church includes the feast of St. Valentine. However, in the Roman Catholic Church, the feast of St. Valentine was removed from the Roman Catholic Calendar of Saints in 1969.

Throughout modern times, Valentine’s Day has continued to evolve. In 1797, mass-produced Valentine’s cards came into production, after the publication of a book called “ The Young Man’s Valentine Writer” . Rather than writing individual notes to their beloved, men could take from these scripts. In the 19 century in England, paper Valentines became very popular, adorned with embellishments such as ribbon and lace. Mass production of Valentines in the United States began in 1847 when Esther Howland, inspired by a Valentine received from Europe, began selling Valentines through her father’s stationery store. Today, stores around the world mass-produce a wide variety of Valentines cards, with images of hearts and cupid, and containing lace and ribbon. Some of these cards are sentimental and romantic, while other are humorous. Cards are no longer meant solely for one’s beloved, as they are distributed widely among young children in school, given to friends, parents, and other family members.

There are as many ways to observe Valentine’s Day as there are cultures that recognize it. European folk tradition ties St. Valentine to the approach of spring. In Norfolk, England, a mystical character named “Jack Valentine” visits houses delivering candy and presents. In Slovenia as well, the saint is related to spring, and is the patron of beekeepers. February 14 in Finland is for remembering all your friends, rather than lovers. In Japan, China and South Korea, Valentine’s Day is observed with the traditional sweets and gifts, but one month later on White Day, March 14, the favor is expected to be returned in kind, with more presents and chocolate.

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LUPERCALIA, a very ancient, possibly pre-Roman, pastoral festival in honour of Lupercus. Its rites were under the superintendence of a corporation of priests called Luperci, whose institution is attributed either to the Arcadian Evander, or to Romulus and Remus. In front of the Porta Romana, on the western side of the Palatine hill, close to the Ficus Ruminalis and the Casa Romuli, was the cave of Lupercus; in it, according to the legend, the she-wolf had suckled the twins, and the bronze wolf, which is still preserved in the Capitol, was placed in it in 296 B.C. But the festival itself, which was held on February 15th, contains no reference to the Romulus legend, which is probably later in origin, though earlier than the grecizing Evander legend. The festival began with the sacrifice by the Luperci (or the flamen dialis) of goats and a dog; after which two of the Luperci were led to the altar, their foreheads were touched with a bloody knife, and the blood wiped off with wool dipped in milk; then the ritual required that the two young men should laugh. The smearing of the forehead with blood probably refers to human sacrifice originally practised at the festival. The sacrificial feast followed, after which the Luperci cut thongs from the skins of the victims and ran in two bands round the walls of the old Palatine city,. the line of which was marked with stones, striking the people who crowded near. A blow from the thong prevented sterility in women. These thongs were called februa, the festival Februatio, and the day dies febraiatus (februare = to purify); hence the name of the month February, the last of the old Roman year. The object of the festival was, by expiation and purification, to secure the fruitfulness of the land, the increase of the flocks and the prosperity of the whole people. The Lupercal (cave of Lupercus), which had fallen into a state of decay, was rebuilt by Augustus; the celebration of the festival had been maintained, as we know from the famous occurrence of it in 44 B.C. It survived until A.D. 494, when it was changed by Gelasius into the feast of the Purification. Lupercus, in whose honour the festival.was held, is identified with Faunus or Inuus, Evander (Eiiavnpos), in the Greek legend being a translation of Faunus (the “kindly”). The Luperci were divided into two collegia, called Quinctiliani (or Quinctiales) and Fabiani, from the gens Quinctilia (or Quinctia) 2 and Fabia; at the head of each of these colleges was a magister. In 44 B.C. a third college, Luperci Julii, was instituted in honour of Julius Caesar, the first magister of which was Mark Antony. In imperial times the members were usually of equestrian standing.

The Divine Feminine Principle

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In the context of traditional Africa, people are surrounded not by things but by beings; the first in rank being GOD . Although in many parts of Africa, God is conceived as male, in other instances there are feminine images.  For example, the Supreme gods of the Ewe of Ghana are Mawu-Lisa.  They are twins.   Mawu, the female is represented by the moon, while Lisa the male is represented by the sun.  As husband and wife , Mawu-Lisa had seven pairs of twins which became the major gods of the Ewe.  What is of major interest to us is the red wooden statue with large breasts and a crescent  in one hand found among the Ewe. This image of Mawu is the only known image of the Supreme Being in Africa.

The Akan of Ghana have a similar view  of God.  The  Ashanti  for example, have sometimes thought of [Nyame ] the SUPREME BEING as both male and female.  The female principle is symbolized by the moon which created human beings with water.  The male principle is symbolized by the sun.  The sun shot life-giving fire into the human veins and made human beings live.  Generally however, the women is seen as the MOTHER of humankind, from whom all people originated.  The Akposso  tell  that when God made human beings, he first made woman on the earth and bore her the first child, the first human being.  The main idea here , says Mbiti, is to link human life directly with God through the woman.  The woman herself is created by God and in turn becomes the instrument of human life.

Although the life of the first human beings is generally depicted as having been in a form of paradise, with God providing all the necessities of life, this paradise got lost.  EARTH and HEAVEN separated from each other and God went to live in heaven while human beings lived on the earth. And in place of the lost gifts came diseases  suffering, and death. Incidentally, the blame for this unfortunate tragedy is always put on the woman.   These myths of origin however, often give us a picture of the woman as someone placed in a special relationship with God with whom she shares the creative process of life and also the misfortunes, and death which in various ways came into the world.
THE DIVINITIES

Apart from belief in the Supreme Being, Africans do recognize lesser categories of spiritual forces.  These are considered more responsive to the needs of human beings in their secular and religious lives.  These divinities were created by God to fulfill specific functions.  They are regarded as the children of God or the messengers of God, or his agents.  They may be male or female, good or evil, may have their abode in the environment, such as trees, rocks, rivers, the sea and even certain animals.  They are however not confined to the physical objects in which they reside, since they have unlimited mobility and can move anywhere.  They are treated with respect when they fulfill human expectations.  However, they may be despised when they fail to deliver the goods.  In the cult of these divinities, there are both priests and priestesses who serve at their shrines or temples. However, the sex of the minister is not an indication of the sex of the divinity.  Each sex can operate as the messenger of the deity.  African traditional religion, is therefore less sexist in its image of the spiritual world as compared to other world religions.

It is this factor which has made it possible for both men and women to perform their sacred functions in the worship of God and his functionaries, the divinities, who incidentally are in both sexes.
SPIRIT OF THE EARTH

Next after the Supreme Being is the EARTH DEITY.  In most African societies, the earth is given a feminine image. The Akan of Ghana and the Igbo of Nigeria regard the earth as a goddess.  Among the Akan, she ranks next after the Supreme Being and the second deity to be offered a drink during worship.  Her day of rest is Thursday and severe punishment was meted out in the past to those who infringed this taboo.  Although there are no temples, shrines or priests dedicated to her, because her bounty is accessible to all,  She nonetheless receives offerings and sacrifices at the planting season.
The land generally cannot be farmed without asking for her permission.  When a grave is about to be dug the Spirit of the earth is offered sacrifice. The Igbo of Nigeria, unlike the Akan, dedicate shrines and priestesses to the Mother goddess, the Queen of the underworld who is responsible for public morality.  Homicide, kidnapping , stealing farm products, adultery and giving birth to twins or abnormal children are all offenses against her.  Laws are made and oaths sworn in her name.   According to Parrinder, Ani  is the most-loved deity, and the one who is closest to the people.  She helps them if they are in trouble with other divinities, but punishes hardened criminals.  Also the most important festival, the yam [harvest] festival is held in her honor receives offerings during the planting season, and  also when the first fruits are harvested.

Temporary houses [Mbari] made to accommodate sacred sculptures and other statues representing deities always contain  the statue of Ani which stands in the middle.  Here, she is depicted as a mother with a child in her arms or knees and a sword in her hand.  Facing Ala is the storm god a subordinate counterpart of the goddess.  The Mende of Sierra Leone also regard Mother earth as a goddess, the common mother of mankind  and the wife of God [Maa-ndoo].  Like the Akan, the Mende do not worship the Spirit of the earth, although she is invoked together with God [NGEWO]  during important occasions.  Laws are made to protect her sanctity, for example, sexual intercourse in the bush is a violation of her sacredness and offenders were severely punished.  Apart from the Earth goddess, several other deities are found residing in bodies of water.
SPIRITS OF WATER

It is alleged that the sexual identity of spiritual beings suggest that female deities like their human counterparts, ordinarily have domestic rather than communal orientation. Evidence at our disposal, however does not in any way point to the subordination of female deities to male deities.  All over Africa, water bodies like the sea, rivers lakes and lagoons are regarded as the habitats of deities and are thus treated with great reverence and sometimes worshipped at shrines with specially appointed priests and priestesses.  Yemoja,  the most prominent of the river divinities among the Yoruba, for example, is not only the mother of numerous river deities, but also the ruler of the Ogun river in Abeokuta.  She is also the mother of fishes  and the giver of children.  Women therefore pray to her for children, with yams and fowls.

There are other prominent river goddesses like Oya the goddess of the Niger river who is believed to be the companion , or one of the wives of SHANGO, the god of thunder.  She is so fierce and terrible that no  one can look upon her.  Oya is often identified with the wind that blows when no rain follows.  There are others like Orisha OKO, an important farm goddess.  Temples erected for her are the  most common of all the Yoruba divinities.  Women are her principal worshippers, especially during the yam festival.  There is no doubt that African traditional religion is life- affirming.

The religion seeks  to insure the fertility and vitality of human beings and the land on which  their own and other creatures’ livelihood depends. It is therefore reasonable that women pray to these divinities who are in direct control of fertility.

W0MEN IN RITES OF PASSAGE

Women frequently play important roles in personal rituals of status transformation associated with  birth, puberty and death.  At childbirth, women express gratitude to God with prayers and sacrifices, and at death they sing dirges to express their sorrow.  The most significant role of women is seen during girls nubility rites.  Marion Kilson has observed that “Wherever they occur  the principal officiants and participants are women.  Moreover, the symbolism of these rituals  vividly portray the essential cultural meaning of mature womanhood.  Such rituals express the dualistic  nature of women’s sexuality and the means by which the positive aspects of fertility may be harnessed for  social good and the negative aspects  of sexuality may be contained and socially controlled.

In Ghana,  the most well-preserved female puberty rites are the Dipo of the Krobo, and the Bragoro of the Asante.  So important were the ideals of these rites that its violation in former times constituted a crime.   A girl who became pregnant before the performance of the puberty rites was banished together with the man who was responsible for it.     Purification rites were performed to rid the society of its evil consequences.   It must be noted that not only did the puberty rites prepare the young for marriage, it also prepared them for procreation without which marriage was incomplete.  The ceremonies therefore, marked the entry of young girls into adulthood.  During the period of their ritual seclusion the young girls are taught the secrets of the society and also brought closely to the supernatural forces which are supposed to ensure their protection, blessing and fertility during their period of motherhood.   Mothers of such concerned girls usually pray that their daughters grow to full maturity and bear children.
MUSICAL ROLE OF WOMEN IN TRADITIONAL RELIGION

A lot of festivals  abound in African traditional religions.  A good number of them are in honor of the most important divinities and ancestors.  Of relevance to us is the phenomenon of singing and dancing by well-dressed women during the celebrations of these festivals.  Although the songs and dancing add luster to the  celebrations, they have a veiled but more important effect of curbing recalcitrant and criminally minded members of the community who during the year had broken the norms, convictions and customs prevalent in the community.  The songs are deliberately composed to highlight the abuses and crimes committed and expose the criminals.The singing groups, protected by the community’s traditions, perform the role of ‘the people’s court’  to whose verdict the culprits and their relations cannot pretend to be indifferent and against which they have no appeal.

In Ghana, the popular APOO festival  and others  share the same characteristics with some festivals in Nigeria.  The gaily dressed women, armed with well- rehearsed abusive songs move from house to house, mentioning names and coming down heavily on the social miscreants within the community.

Under the immunity graciously conferred by tradition ,the women boldly call out in songs the names of the offenders in front of their houses and contemptuously pour down condemnation on them.  By so doing these women help to cleanse society of social misfits by bringing to the open the sins committed under the cover of darkness.  Furthermore, with their ritual dances and singing women warm the hearts of the gods who by their nature, hate evil and always want to get rid of them.  Disarmed by the traditional immunity enjoyed by the women social non- conformist are either compelled to mend their ways or flee from the community.  This indeed, has been a very significant and effective mechanism of social control in many African countries.  It is important to note that as part of these celebrations, traditional rulers offer sacrifices to purify the community to remove the evils accumulated during the year, thus renewing the society.

Are you sure you want to be an actor,rapper or athlete?


A lot of people want to be rich and famous. They grow up watching television and see all the “glitter and gold”. But you have to think very carefully about these type of dreams. There is a lot of deception out there and we can not be naïve. We must keep in mind that no one gives you something for nothing. Nothing in life is free. Many people think that if you have the looks and the talent you will automatically make it in Hollywood. These people are delusional. There is a price you must pay to make it as part of the elite. You could become a millionaire and world famous but not without a price.This goes for most actors,singers,rappers,athletes and many realitys-show stars. There’s a lot more going on than meets the eye. This is a video by Black Child. The narrators in the film are Yash Qaraah and Sherry Shriner. This video may help those of you who are still “asleep” see a little more clearly. Ignorance is NOT bliss.

Symbols,Numerology and Sex Rituals

The Illuminati are Luciferians or Satanists. They are obsessed with surrounding themselves with their symbolism, believing this symbolism gives them more demonic power – which is why this symbolism may be found surrounding an abduction, particularly if the abducted child is used as a satanic ritual sacrifice.

The modern day Illuminati has as its base, Freemasonry – hence the Masonic compass. Together, the compass and square represent the convergence of matter and spirit, and the convergence of earthly and spiritual responsibilities. The two symbols together form a hexagram, the union of earth with the heavens, matter and mind, etc.

(By way of clarification, not all Freemasons are aware of this pedophile activity, any more than all cops are. Remember, the Illuminati comprises the highest eschelon of world power and the Illuminati are extremely, extremely secretive. The lower ranks of Freemasons are good, caring people. This criminal activity is kept completely hidden from them by the highest ranking Freemasons just as the highest ranks in law enforcement keep it hidden from lower ranking law enforcement).

The Hexagram
One of the most powerful symbols used by occultists to cast spells and used in the occult. Not to be confused from the star of David which has no circle around it.

The Pentagram
Also used in rituals for evoking demons. Represents gratification, freedom, and rejection of the Nazarene.

The Thaumaturgic Triangle
This triangle is sometimes seen with a circle around it. It is used in rituals to evoke demons. It’s also called the “Gay Triangle” used to represent homosexuality, as the Illuminati are primarily homosexual.

Black Mass
Indicates where a Black Mass is being held.

Blood Ritual
Directs participants to location of possible blood ritual.

Left Hand Path
Indicates possible location of a coven, sect, grotto, or temple of a Satanic of Pagan worship.The Left Hand Path becomes important in a future blog about the right shoes left behind at abduction scenes.

Sexual Rituals
Directs participants to location of possible sexual ritual.

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Johnny Gosch escaped this pedophile ring and reported the children in this ring (primarily boys as the Illuminati are largely homosexual) are branded like cattle with this symbol to identify them as belonging to the pedophile ring.

More about symbolism…

As a rule, satanists typically adopt Christian symbols, then invert them in some manner so as to make a mockery of God and Christianity, or the “right hand path”. The photo at left of an inverted cross is one such example and was found at a ritual site in Ireland, where 2 human sacrifices occurred.
So obsessed are the Illuminists with this symbolism, they’ve incorporated it throughout Washington D.C.

Their Sun Worship
Many of these ancient mystic religions worshiped sun gods and goddesses, the primary one being the Kemetic(Egypt) god, Amen-Rah. (Which is why all your prayers end with “Amen”)
Amen-Rah was also a fertility god and he was believed to reside in the obelisk – which is why you find obelisks like the Washington Monument all over the world.
The day of worshiping these sun gods/goddesses was called Sunday. Since many of these abducted children are snatched for the purpose of ritual sacrice, it’s not surprising then that many of these abductions occur on Sundays.

Numerology
Just as the Illuminati are obsessed with symbolism, so are they with numerology. They commit the atrocities they commit “by their numbers”.

The relevant Illuminati numbers that continually crop up in these abductions are:
3, 7, 11, 13 and multiples of them.

3: Ambition and the dislike of being held to a subordinate position or role.

7: Represents complete dominion and Satan himself.

11: The essence of all that is sinful and harmful.

13: “Death of the established order, and the beginning of a new age.” (New World Order)

These numbers and their multiples will show up in the ages of the victims that are abducted, in their birthdates, on their clothing, on the date they’re abducted etc. They will also show up on dates significant events attached to the case happen. This will be illustrated in the cases that follow.