I've been walking in the backyard of satan,I'm so stubborn that I'll never give in!
We are global. We are a way of life.
Satanism is more than philosophy, it is a way of life.
A soviet space ship heading towards an upside down Catholic cross... A bit of an odd choice for a space agency's insignia. I suppose this was from a time before the space agencies decided to standardized their logo designs to chevrons and pentagrams.
The Orthodox Cross in the "International Space Satan" as I like to call it is truly remarkable. There can be no reason whatsoever, beyond symbolism, for that shape - according to the globularist's own absurd theorems, a starship like that wouldn't need any particular-shaped design at all. If magical gravity is pulling it around the Round Earth, and it's outside the spherical atmolayer, it could be any shape at all! I say this because I'm certain that otherwise a Round Earther will claim that it has to be shaped like that for aerodynamics or some nonsense.What's initially confusing is the use of apparently Christian imagery, although there is certainly a reasonable explanation. In the globular mythology, the Space Heathens have ejected the ISS from the atmolayer itself, signifying a metaphorical rejection of Christian Orthodoxy (a religious sect which, incidentally, might be considered more "Zetetic-friendly" than modern Christianity) in favour of worshipping demons.
The triquetra symbol has its origins in the occult. It has always been associated with pagan beliefs, satanic practices, and witchcraft.
What doesn't make a great deal of sense to me is why a government-funded mission would name itself after a pagan god of profit, commerce and trade, unless, you know, there was some kind of money-making scheme involved.
Mercury is a Hellenic ProfitGod first and planet second. A pentagram represents Satan before it represents patriotism. These are plain cultural motifs which reflect the collective consciousness of modern western society, and if you want to try and dig up implausible alternate explanations, go ahead.But ask yourself:Does this image fill you with love of your country?Does this look like a planet to you?
QuoteAlthough I gotta admit I still can't get over the fact that a lot of space agencies have stars on their logo... clearly the work satanists, definitely has nothing to do with the actual stars...you know..the one you find in space...Are you telling me that it's "just a coincidence" that the stars in the Columbia patch at the top of the page look exactly like Christian crosses? There are huge Christian crosses to the right of the bald eagle.The makers of these designs are clearly putting religious symbolism into these patches. There's no doubt about that.QuoteBy some strange coincidence, it was also the seventh shuttle mission (STS-7). What are the odds?Obviously the designers intended to give the number seven a double meaning.QuoteWould anyone care to try and find any overt religious/occult references in the logo of The British Interplanetary Society?http://www.bis-spaceflight.com/index.htmThese guys don't even go into space. They just publish a magazine.---Here's another satanic mission patch, this time from the mercury program:There's also a big evil looking statue over the former launch pad: http://www.spacesnaps.co.uk/contents/media/Project_Mercury_Pad14.jpgThis devil-horned inverted crucifix is a pagan symbol of the zodiac. Satanists love using pagan zodiac signs in their imagery. And again, we see the number seven. Is it merely the mission number, or is there a hidden religious connotation?
Although I gotta admit I still can't get over the fact that a lot of space agencies have stars on their logo... clearly the work satanists, definitely has nothing to do with the actual stars...you know..the one you find in space...
By some strange coincidence, it was also the seventh shuttle mission (STS-7). What are the odds?
Would anyone care to try and find any overt religious/occult references in the logo of The British Interplanetary Society?http://www.bis-spaceflight.com/index.htm
In alchemy, it represents the spirit of Mercury (the substance that permeates all matter), and symbolizes continuous renewal (a snake is often a symbol of resurrection, as it appears to be continually reborn as it sheds its skin.), the cycle of life and death, and harmony of opposites.
Quote from: Tom Bishop on August 21, 2008, 03:49:24 PMThe theme for the patch seems to be along the lines of "in a universe of good... an evil exists" And wham, a satanic shuttle right there in the foreground to hint at who the evil really is.Now that you mention it, it's clearly the only "four-pronged" crucifixoid object in the image with its minor prongs down and it's also much, much bigger than any of the other crucifixes. Your interpretation seems pretty realistic in light of the proportions involved in this badge.EDIT:Note also that the Satanic Shuttle is the only object "under way" in the stylised image. In the globularist mythology, as you'll all be well aware, a starship requires a means of propulsion to return to the Round Earth, since the latter flies haphazardly around in Solar, Interstellar and Galactic space. The 11 crucifixes are helplessly strewn in the endless limbo of globularist space, but the inverted Shuttle-crucifix leaves a bold trail of fire, demonstrating its power and capability to return to Earth in contrast to that of the other religious images.
The theme for the patch seems to be along the lines of "in a universe of good... an evil exists" And wham, a satanic shuttle right there in the foreground to hint at who the evil really is.
"The Star Alliance", incidentally, is an anagram of "I'll cheer at Satan".
I'm definitely going to look into this further- I bet there's all kinds of satanic connotations embedded in the symbology and press releases of these frontline outlets of The Conspiracy.