Sometimes the name of the sun god is just put right out there in the open, hidden in plain sight, and we're trained to overlook it entirely. Here's a few examples.
Colleges promote RA by making students into resident advisors or resident assistants. In the dorm, the RA has responsibility and clout. The images you see here were used on college websites to attract potential RAs. They try to give the RA the appeal of a superhero, like Superman, the iconic flying serpent sun god hero (chi rho) with a Clark Kent CK Code 33 alter identity. The version at the right sneaks in an X to leave Ra's mark at the button on top, and a solar star below.
The following three images were offered as options for the Royal Ambassadors. When it comes to making idols, those Baptists in Texas go big. RA. Don't take offense, but somebody is intending just that (“Kiss my ROYAL A...” comes to mind), because these are Ra worshiping sodomite gateway graven images. Making reference to the Bible doesn't cleanse these idols even a little bit.
The exaltation of RA abounds with Royal Academy brands.
Road America is a popular road course for motorsports with a squared circle logo. “Road Amaru-ca” would be a more appropriate spelling, honoring the sodomite sun god identity this country appears to have been named for.
Usually, the naming of Ra hides not so simply in plain sight but with some subtlety. Sabra is an example, a very popular brand of hummus. I put together some images to illustrate how the final -ra in Sabra is signaling the sun god, Ra, which seems pretty blatant once you're seeing what you're looking at.
The graphic designer put the sun right there on top of the letters “ra” to replicate the ancient image of the sun on Ra's head. It's even underlined for us! If you want to take these features as focusing more widely on the three letters, “bra,” the reference to the woman's brassiere adds a layer of sexual reference, suggesting also that the sun is a breast. The presence of the registered trademark is a Horus Eye that signals us there is a seeing Horus Eye being balanced in the creation of an instance of Harmerty. It's the seeing sun eye of Ra, obviously.
In the collection below I feature two related elements, the 666 mark of the beast signal and the partial formation of the magickal word, abracadabra, or, abrahadabra.
Central to the swirled orange product's partially covering label, the bracketing Cs in “CLASSIC” and the double m in “hummus” present Code 33, and together with spelling out the central anatomical feature of the sodomite gateway positioned directly over the mm, this observation really takes the plausible out of plausible deniability.
The 666 seems pretty obvious, given how the swirling sun anus vortex is so near in form to a 6, with the count of 6 rays, and the 5 letters of Sabra plus the swirl mark providing a third 6 to complete the set.
The way the “S” is offset from “abra” speaks loudly to me of the magickal formation of Abracadabra. Aleister Crowley regarded it as possessing great power, testifying that its true form is “abrahadabra.”
“Abrahadabra is a word that first publicly appeared in The Book of the Law, the central sacred text of Thelema. Its author, Aleister Crowley, described it as "the Word of the Aeon, which signifieth The Great Work accomplished." This is in reference to his belief that the writing of Liber Legis (another name for "The Book of the Law") heralded a new Aeon for mankind that was ruled by the god Ra-Hoor-Khuit (a form of Horus). Abrahadabra is, therefore, the "magical formula" of this new age. It is not to be confused with the Word of the Law of the Aeon, which is Thelema, meaning "Will".” (Wikipedia)
Because some consider that the word “Abracadabra” is actually a Hebrew phrase meaning “I create (A’bra) what (ca) I speak (dab’ra),” this is a creating word, suggesting the spell on this Sabra symbol idol is about the creation of Ra, the sun god. The S is a symbol used very commonly to represent the ancient serpent, Satan, as on Superman's chest. Sabra is about the creation of the Serpent in an incarnation like Ra.
“The incantation Avada Kedavra is known as the Killing Curse in the Harry Potter novel series. During an audience interview at the Edinburgh Book Festival on 15 April 2004, series author J. K. Rowling had this to say about the fictional Killing Curse's etymology: "Does anyone know where avada kedavra came from? It is an ancient spell in Aramaic, and it is the original of abracadabra, which means 'let the thing be destroyed.' Originally, it was used to cure illness and the 'thing' was the illness, but I decided to make it the 'thing' as in the person standing in front of me. I take a lot of liberties with things like that. I twist them round and make them mine."” (Wikipedia)
There are a variety of interpretations of the magickal word, and with Apollyon as the destroyer and what is attributed to the sun god as the creator, such destruction/creation scenarios witnessed to by Shiva Nataraja, the Lord of Dance and the phoenix are about to be played out in the earth. The role of the wicked magickal symbols of ancient Egypt in places like the grocery store shelves is not insignificant. Killing curses are real. We have been living with them our entire lives. If there's any comfort in knowing this, it comes for me in knowing that my Lord is sovereign, and that He has a plan for good that is working, while all that opposes Him will be brought to nought.