Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Stars on Top - Strange Brew

"so that no advantage would be taken of us by Satan, for we are not ignorant of his schemes"
2 Corinthians 2:11

I actively minister in the context of signs and symbols again today at the Lord's leading because discernment is critical. Gnosticism and Luciferian illumination counterfeit and counter the genuine. My culture and yours bears constant witness to the conflict as a battlefield. Many who write to me share a common testimony. As their eyes open to see there comes with it deliverance, freedom, and a growing passion for the Lord.

In a recent post, a Miller Lite beer ad was featured that presented a symbolic triple-helix DNA dragon transformation. In this post, I'm going to key off that, beginning with Rochester, NY's Genny! Remember the connection between the Genesee Brewing Company's "Genny" and the jenni, or genie, kept in caves?

Another occult beer signaling is found with the Heineken brand. Flipped, the stylized lower-case "e" becomes a 6, resulting in the 666 mark of the Beast signal. The star is then seen upside down, signaling "spirit into matter."

The star is red, surrounded by white. This is a divine man-star, the Beast. When this is right side up, the logo has a star on top, signaling that the Beast presides with authority.

Because of the context, I have to think the foliage is symbolic too. The leaves resemble fig leaves and the fruits, figs, alluding to the sin in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:7) by way of the fig leaf loin coverings. It was the fruit of that activity in the garden that brought forth Cain. Similar activity will bring forth the fallen angel Beast. When the Heineken image is inverted to expose the 666, it's the Beast that is pictured presiding on top as the large center leaf, Horus, flanked by his parents Osiris and Isis.

Another beer with the star on top theme is Anheuser-Busch. Hey, that looks familiar! Where else have we seen a bright star angel over an eagle and a (letter "A") truncated pyramid? Oh, yeah! It's on BOTH SIDES of the seal as seen on the dollar bill! The beer company logo is kind of a composite, as though the dollar is folded in half seal-to-seal joining the contents of both halves.

Under the beer logo, the eagle holds a shield in its talons so that it forms a point at the bottom. This is subtle but it's enough to imply a downward pointing delta that complements the upward pointing delta of the A. See the double-delta stars I drew on the faces of the seal? You might also draw in the Masonic square and compass.

If Anheuser-Busch had merely tried to leverage patriotic cues their logo wouldn't be a ringer for Baphomet! Wings? Check. Pentagram at the head? Check. Left appendage pointing down, pointing up with the right? Check. Busted!

No beer in sight, but here's a logo with a star on top that's quite simple. Letter A as pyramid. Star on top. What do you suppose they are really marketing?

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