Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Part 11 - The Sodomite Gateway - FedEx - Our Most Important Package is Yours

I had a good laugh last night. After posting the UPS and the Fringe Division logo to the blog a day earlier, I was winding up my day watching an episode of Fringe from season 3. The Fringe Division team showed up at a scene in a vehicle that was a ringer for a UPS package truck, with the Fringe Division logo substituting for the UPS logo. Oh yeah. Somebody knows what they're doing.

In the package business where UPS had been so dominant, Federal Express broke into the market and has given quite a challenge. Did they one-up UPS by trumping their sodomite branding? No. You can't beat that, apparently, so they joined them. They are a purple brand, like ally Bank and Taco Bell. I already addressed the FedEx logo here, Part 29 - See, it's the "i" of Horus! FedEx Hidden Arrow and Healthways' Triple Target, a Phallic Horus Eye, but it is also another really popular sodomy promotion you may well see every day.



The hidden phallic arrow is in every one of the corporate operating unit “wordmark” logos, and the Fed part is always purple. It's the hybrid sodomy scheme and the Horus package delivery. If they wanted to steer wide of sodomy branding they should have avoided the purple theme, and yes, the matching of the color spectrum of the symbolic rainbow flag. While corporate policy doesn't have them acting as champions of gay rights, the agenda, like Lady Gaga's really goes beyond the behavior to the nature behind it, to the rainbow bridge, to enlightenment that is the joining with the ancient gods.

At this point in this series exposing the sodomite imagery and agenda, some of FedEx's best-known ad campaigns may take on a little different slant.

  • “When it Absolutely, Positively has to be there overnight” – 1978–1983
  • “It’s not Just a Package, It’s Your Business” – 1987–1988
  • “Our Most Important Package is Yours” – 1991–1994
  • “Absolutely, Positively Anytime” – 1995
  • “The Way the World Works,” 1996–1998
  • “Be Absolutely Sure,” 1998–2000
  • “This is a Job for FedEx,” 2001–2002
  • “Don’t worry, there’s a FedEx for that,” 2002–2003
  • “Relax, it’s FedEx,” 2004–2008
  • "We Understand," 2009–present
  • "WeLiveToDeliver" 2009–present
  • "Brown Bailout" 2009–present
  • "The World On Time" 2009–present

FedEx has a thing they call the Purple Promise. There's plausible deniability, of course, but subtle sodomite NLP is evident.

“The Purple Promise. Why purple? Because it’s what we all share”

Count me out of that sharing bit.

While we're on the rainbow theme, Steve Jobs was enlightened through the drug portal and meditation and, well I don't know what all. His Apple brand leveraged the rainbow theme for many years with an apple hearkening back to the sin in the Garden of Eden because of the bite taken out. The rainbow really has to be taken in that context, and that means sodomy. See Who is Cain's Father? if this connection doesn't make sense to you.

The apple seems to resemble Dee's Monas Hieroglyphica, doesn't it? This rainbow apple with the bite out of it really makes quite a vivid statement about sodomy in the Garden. I have to think the swirl on the current apple substitutes adequately for the earlier version, like the current UPS shield with a similar swirl substitutes for the earlier and more expressive imagery. The earlier generations apparently accomplished the missions for which they were sent, to seduce the world that rejected the second commandment.

The Masonic Royal Arch features a rainbow as the arch in some tracing board renderings. (See also The George Washington Apron) It is given a nice legitimate sounding pretext for public consumption, but we already understand about the squaring the circle and the Royal Arse, right?

If you're a TV watcher you might be familiar with this logo for dickhouse.tv. Hey, it's the Royal Arse!

This post has been on the lighter side, if there is one. Next up - probably not so much.

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