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Old 10-05-2007, 12:02 PM   #41
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In early astronomy this symbol represented the sun's center.

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This symbol for Hyundai reminds me a little bit of a reversed N

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This sign, a mirror image of the N-structure, is one variation of the Sigrune, the victory rune.

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Of course, the goddess of victory is Nike




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This structure is common in military and heraldic contexts, and is often called a chevron. It denotes rank when used on military uniforms; when doubled or tripled, the rank increases. Chevrons can be found on the clothes of high-ranking chiefs already about 3000 B.C.
Note how the car manufacturer Citroën has taken the chevrons as the emblem of its cars. Although said to have originated from the new angled form of cogwheels used by Citroën, the fact remains that the emblem of the car is an old Western military ideogram denoting high rank.

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Old 10-05-2007, 01:12 PM   #43
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New Chrysler logo. Sorry for such a large image, but I wanted everyone to be able to see the detail in the center. Looks a little bit like an eye with wings...


This is the old Chrysler star





A 5-pointed star (pentagram) within a pentagon.




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This is supposed to have been used by Germanic tribes as Todesrune, the rune of death...In the so called family system, it means man dies.

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The new Oldsmobile logo is interesting too. I have found a symbol that looks similar, but it's a circle and not really an oval (Vesica Pisicus). I'll look some more, but I'll post what I found anyway, later on.
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Old 10-05-2007, 03:51 PM   #44
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See the shape tongue? We see that shape A LOT in other logos.


Yes. I think that shape is intended to symbolize a serpent.


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Old 10-05-2007, 04:00 PM   #46
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Yes. I think that shape is intended to symbolize a serpent.


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SAAB fanatics call it a 'Griffin' (an eagle-headed lion)
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In the ancient world, the Snake was certainly a creature to be feared. Unlike other predatory animals such as the Lion (another brotherhood symbol) the personality of the serpent was a ‘sly little bugger’ not to be trusted. By its very nature it was ‘the enemy within’ which could slither into a persons bed and kill them in their sleep at any time.















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(the British Music co.)






(Bank of Estonia)

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SAAB fanatics call it a 'Griffin' (an eagle-headed lion)
We're just talking about the S shape of the griffin's tongue, not the whole thing. That shape by itself is frequently found in illuminati logos.

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We're just talking about the S shape of the griffin's tongue, not the whole thing. That shape by itself is frequently found in illuminati logos.

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yeah, I saw it right after I had posted it.. sorry
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The symbol of the Fasci comprises of many sticks or rods (symbolic of industries, people, nations or societies etc) being tied together. The theme being that one stick alone can be easily snapped, but many tied together tightly are unbreakable and that true strength (economically, socially, politically etc.) can be gleaned from a united nation (such as Nazi Germany) or several nations (such as the U.N. and/or the E.U.).

The symbol is incomplete however, without an axe head at the top, symbolising the elite group in control of the united power, traditionally coming in the form of a fascist dictator(ship). This is where the term Axis power emerged from during WW2. In other words the true strength (of the elite) is to have the many groups tied together in bondage with a single centralised power ruling over them (be it globally or nationally).


(flag of Ecuador)


(an American dime)


(civic heraldry France)


(Italian stamp)


(Knights of Columbia)


(one of the US national guard logos)


(police emblem Norway)



(police emblem Sweden)
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Old 11-05-2007, 03:46 AM   #52
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Yes. I think that shape is intended to symbolize a serpent.


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Thanks Bud, I never know if it's just me imagining things....

Well, after your vote of confidence, here's another...



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Old 11-05-2007, 05:24 AM   #53
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Old Mazda Logo before Ford took control



New Mazda logo





Old Daewoo logo before GM took control. It looks a little bit like a crown, yeah?



Post GM...now it reminds me more of a Fleur de Lis










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We're just talking about the S shape of the griffin's tongue, not the whole thing. That shape by itself is frequently found in illuminati logos.

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Yeah, what are these "s" shaped symbols? Are they serpent tongues?

I have been seeing them in groups of three (and depictions of them) all over the place. I've been calling them the "3-waves" (third wave?) symbol, and they're often very much like the I ching symbol ...

but not always. Sometimes they are soft curves, sometimes the are flatter curves. Mostly they are horizontal, but sometimes they are vertical.

Whatever they are and whatever this symbol means, boy are these 3 (whatevers) becoming popular in logos....especially in the USA.





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Old 11-05-2007, 11:21 AM   #55
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Here's some more







Some of these are more graphic-like....

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Old 11-05-2007, 11:22 AM   #56
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Shoot! It's more prevalent than I realized.

I found this information. The symbol looks similar. I don'tthink it's exact, but I thought I'd share this info anyway...
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This is a sign for the letter or sound yod in the Hebrew alphabet. This letter is the first one in the Hebrew name for God, Jahweh. This sign is used in the Rider-Waite deck of Tarot cards. It is a symbol for spirit descending into matter.
The sign is sometimes used in Christian symbolism, and recently has been used in some US comic strips to indicate holy fire, Holy Spirit, drops of holy fire. In some comics also drops of light.

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Simply incredible. There they go with the trinity and light references. It all ties in...

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Here's some clever ones you probably never really took much notice of....

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Old 11-05-2007, 12:26 PM   #58
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Hmmm, very interesting....

Definitely looks like waves. I wonder if it's to reinforce the wave function (which consciousness can collapse in quantum physics).

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Hmmm, very interesting....

Definitely looks like waves. I wonder if it's to reinforce the wave function (which consciousness can collapse in quantum physics).

You know tin I've been scratching my head over this for a while now, and I have to admit I always come back to thinking it has to have something to do with wave frequencies.....perhaps as you say, reinforcement for
that which keeps the matrix together and functioning. It just seems odd that of late there seems to be SO many 3-waves popping up in logos....invariably associated with illuminati companies, or products of the ad agencies that work for them... or they own. Its like the word went out recently that "3 waves MUST be incorporated into as many logos as possible".

Same can be said for the blue and gold logo/web colours so ubiquitous at the moment. I just know these colours are being used for the frequencies they emit and the affect they have on our subconscious when we see these two colours combined. They're opposite each other in the frequency range and are considered complimentary. Very weird.

Will post some of these tomorrow.
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That's why it's our job to expose all this!
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