Thursday, August 22, 2013

Part 19 - Signs of Horus Worship - The RAF, Sochi Olympics and the Laurel

In today's news: The first deskbound drone pilots get their RAF wings The article calls attention to a symbolic detail that will differentiate their badges. “To distinguish them from other airmen, flying more traditional craft, the drone pilots' badge - or “wings” - differ slightly, by having blue, as opposed to brown, laurel leaves.

Those who attach meaning to the laurel know it has long been associated with Apollo. I'll expand on this shortly, but this symbol is consistent with other features of RAF branding like their classic sun disk roundel and the winged sun disk of their pilot's badging. This sun symbol is often seen moving across the sky as it is the identifying mark of their aircraft. This activity is an engaging a form of ancient sex magick, with the roundel being also the simple male-in-female, sodomized sun god's anus and dimensional portal.

The Royal Air Force is branded to honor king Ra because this is the god worshiped by the Royals. The flag or RAF Ensign you see here is flown from the flagstaff during the daylight hour on every RAF station. There's nothing ambiguous about the pairing of these symbols. The Union Jack presents a view as looking down from above on a pyramid, the kind where the sun god is worshiped in his feathered serpent incarnation. Royal Air Force: RA Force!

The laurel branches are used symbolically by many organizations as a sign of Horus worship. They will seldom tell you so in the official explanations because folks would catch on to the grand scheme if they were straight up, but the history of this is easy enough to discover.

This kylix (shallow, stemmed, two-handled drinking cup) from the fifth century BC shows Apollo with several identifying emblems, the laurel wreath crowning his head, the raven and the lyre. He sits as inside the circle of the sun, and a big X is formed by the structure of the chair, which is his sign. A pair of them appear in the lacing of his sandals and another pair in the wrapping of the chair legs. Near to those are a pair of simple dot-in-circle suns. Yes, that seat with the sun anus symbols is where the sun god sits his bottom. And, yes, this embedding of symbolism has been practiced by Occult artists for a very long time!

Here's how the current Wikipedia entry for “laurel wreath” reads.

A laurel wreath is a circular wreath made of interlocking branches and leaves of the bay laurel (Laurus nobilis), an aromatic broadleaf evergreen, or later from spineless butcher's broom (Ruscus hypoglossum) or cherry laurel (Prunus laurocerasus). In Greek mythology, Apollo is represented wearing a laurel wreath on his head. In ancient Greece wreaths were awarded to victors, both in athletic competitions, including the ancient Olympics made of wild olive-tree known as "kotinos" (sc. at Olympia) and in poetic meets; in Rome they were symbols of martial victory, crowning a successful commander during his triumph. Whereas ancient laurel wreaths are most often depicted as a horseshoe shape, modern versions are usually complete rings.

In common modern idiomatic usage it refers to a victory. The expression "resting on one's laurels" refers to someone relying entirely on long-past successes for continued fame or recognition, where to "look to one's laurels" means to be careful of losing rank to competition.

A laureate is literally someone who is crowned with a laurel wreath. Figuratively, as with a Nobel Laureate, the award for great achievement does not include a laurel wreath, but the name still hearkens back and so honor is still ceremonially given to that ancient laureate, Apollo.

The following is about the oracle at Delphi, priestess of Apollo, who chewed “leaves from Apollo's sacred laurel tree” to ritually enable her divination.

Pythia, the oracle at Delphi, was said to be infallible.
The Delphic Oracle exerted considerable influence throughout Hellenic culture. Distinctively, this female was essentially the highest authority both civilly and religiously in male-dominated ancient Greece.
The Pythia, when about to deliver, would chew leaves from Apollo's sacred laurel tree and would then sit on her holy tripod, seated in the innermost sanctum, over a crack on the rock from where noxious volcanic fumes emanated.

The following is from Pausanias, a Greek traveler and geographer who lived in the time of Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius, in the 2nd century AD.

"[On the founding of the Delphic Oracle:] Boeo, a native woman who composed a hymn for the Delphians, said that the oracle was established for the god [Apollon] by comers from the Hyperboreans, Olen [a semi-legendary poet] and others, and that he was the first to prophesy and the first to chant the hexameter oracles [i.e. like the Phthia]. The verses of Boeo are:–-‘Here in truth a mindful oracle was built by the sons of the Hyperboreans, Pagasos and divine Agyieos.’ After enumerating others also of the Hyperboreans, at the end of the hymn she names Olen:–-‘And Olen, who became the first prophet of Phoibos, and first fashioned a song of ancient verses.’ Tradition, however, reports no other man as prophet, but makes mention of prophetesses only.

They say that the most ancient temple of Apollo was made of laurel, the branches of which were brought from the laurel in Tempe. This temple must have had the form of a hut. The Delphians say that the second temple was made by bees from bees-wax and feathers, and that it was sent to the Hyperboreans by Apollon."
”From Pausanias, Description of Greece 10. 5. 7 - 9 : (HYPERBOREA on

Sometimes those who use the leafy branch for a symbol, like the UN for example, identify the symbol as an olive branch, saying that it represents peace and security. Hey, news flash: Liars lie. If the graven image is an olive branch, still, nothing good is meant. The UN is dedicated to installing the next incarnation of Apollo as their king, which is to take peace away from the world. The olive is actually linked to ritual sodomy through “mard-savoring,” coprophagy. Like I wrote, nothing good. The UN lies about their symbolic olive branch meaning even though their links with the Lucis Trust and imagery of the Security Chamber mural make it soooooooooooo obvious what god they serve.

So, when you see leafy branches being used in a symbol they are usually wrapped around a symbolic sun anus of one kind or another and often crossed to form an X at the bottom, think, Apollo worship.

There will soon be another olive branch used during the ceremonial lighting of the Olympic flame on Mount Olympus, to be used for torch lighting in celebration of the upcoming Sochi 2014 Olympics (September 29 - anniversary of my Lord's birthday on the Pagan calendar).

Check out the branding for the Winter Games; a fiery olive-laurel wreath! It's not the official one, the Sochi 2014 Olympics logo that has the hidden word “ZION” (Decoding the Olympic Logo -, but some sites are still using it. This one was made in Moscow by Transformer Studio.

Decoding this rejected Sochi logo further, it's openly claimed to be based on the Circle dance, but since no mention is made of witchcraft few folks will make the connection. If you ignore the black leaf, the other four represent the four seasons of the witch's magic circle. Rotate it a few degrees clockwise to more accurately align it for Green-Earth-North, Yellow-Air-East, Red-Fire-South and Blue-Water-West. The laurel leaves in the wreath are also descibed as firebird feathers. The firebird is a descriptive for the feathered serpent. Can you perceive the serpent dragon eye in the red and blue feathers? The wreath is an Ouroboros, the serpent eating its own tail. The black “firebird feather” rotates to the northwest in aligning the circle. That's the compass direction where 345 degrees is found, the signal for the production of Horus through the union of Osiris and Isis.

The IOC doesn't hide the fact that they are all about Zeus and Apollo exaltation, they just keep it low key so everybody can worship Apollo together as one big ignorant global body.

The Bakersfield Scottish Rite Bodies Regalia page describes their symbolic laurel branches without even referencing Apollo. “The laurel wreath is the ancient symbol of victory and triumph, and it is used throughout Scottish Rite Regalia.” Yet, the laurel is linked to Apollo.

I'll return to the RAF symbolism in the next post in series, Lord willing.

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