Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Part 6 - See, it's the "i" of Horus! "Citi never sleeps" - after the third eye is awakened!

Continuing the survey of Eye of Horus imagery, Citi witnesses to the seeing eye enlightenment of the mark of the Beast through their corporate branding and marketing.

The Citibank branding as simply, Citi, is very cleverly concealing and revealing the third eye and dimensional portal, associating it with the union of the sons of god with the daughters of men! It's Horus and Shiva "Trilochana" (three eyed).

Two eyes are presented by calling out two "i"s with dots replaced by a spanning red arch. That arch extends to the "c" to form the third eye, the c-ing eye!

Because the brand's slogan is "Citi never sleeps," the red arch appears as the Sun either rising or setting over the "citi." The Sun is a messianic Bridegroom symbol (Psalm 19). Given that such a representation is prohibited by the second commandment (Exodus 20 - graven images), this instance is a cursed symbol of the antichrist bridegroom aka Apollo and Horus.

Together with the red arch, the verticals of the "i"s are the pillars that present an arched gateway (Masonic Royal Arch), comparing to how the letter "n" is used in the Xfinity logo (see Part 5 in this series). Passing through that dimensional gateway is the way to acquire the third eye enlightenment.

At that portal we find a "t" that is a cross. The sacrifice at this cross is not that which the Bible declares pertains to your salvation and mine, involving the son of the one true God. Citi's "t" represents the union of the sons of god (vertical) with the daughters of men (horizontal), the sacrifice of one's soul that will be counter to salvation at the implementation of the mark of the Beast! Acquiring enlightenment by way of the third eye comes but by taking the wrong path to the wrong door.

Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
John 14:6

On the Citibank North America site, the slogan appears next to the logo: "Citi never sleeps." The eye of Horus activation is also called an awakening. The third eye is identified with the pineal gland, which acts as an interface and dimensional gateway. This gland also produces the hormone called melatonin, known to regulate sleep and waking cycles. The slogan "Citi never sleeps" is signaling us about the pineal gland, the awakened hidden eye, the all-seeing eye that never blinks!

So, with enlightenment comes gnosis, right? What will we know? "I never know where each day will take me," we're told in the primary marketing space on their home page. "But I do know that there's a card that can keep up." One interpretation is that there's a card that can keep up with you, wherever the day might take you. However, in the context of the awakened third eye gnosis, the implication is that there's a card that can keep you up. Citi never sleeps, remember? Unfailing gnosis, the unblinking third eye, awake. Supporting this is the picture of the divers from underneath. We see they are up, towards the light, illuminated. They play on feelings of insecurity, enticing us, drawing us towards the false light. At the far right of the space is the prompt, "Learn more*" - meaning, "Get enlightened."

The little "Registered Trademark" symbol is itself an Eye of Horus, appearing next to the arch like the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

It's all so subtle. That's why it's so effective. It's one subtle layer on another, over and over again!

What is it about Citi, or "city" that we should know? The first occurence of the word "city" in the Bible is found in Genesis chapter 4.

16) And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden.
17) And Cain knew his wife; and she conceived, and bare Enoch: and he builded a city, and called the name of the city, after the name of his son, Enoch.

Genesis 4:16-17

The first murderer was marked by God, and not long afterward, this first man sired by the serpent had offspring to continue the line. He is acclaimed for having built the first city.

Given their signaling logo and Citibank's business as bankers facilitating merchants with their Citi brand, they would do well to note the following about a city.

9) And the kings of the earth, who have committed fornication and lived deliciously with her, shall bewail her, and lament for her, when they shall see the smoke of her burning,
10) Standing afar off for the fear of her torment, saying, Alas, alas that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come.
11) And the merchants of the earth shall weep and mourn over her; for no man buyeth their merchandise any more:

Revelation 18:9-11

That's a major 9-11, Revelation 18:9-11!


  1. Anonymous7:18 AM

    Great work, Bob. It may also be worth noting that the individuals in the cards image are floating in the sea, un-tethered. It would seem an ordinary image in one sense, but we know that the sea in scripture is symbolic of the seething, stormy, ever-shifting mass of dis-believers who have not put their foundation on the Rock of Christ.

    Perhaps most significantly, the "Citi Never Sleeps" line references the 1987 film 'Wall Street' in which the character 'Gordon Gekko'*, played by Michael Douglas, calls his young protege (played by Charlie Sheen) by cell phone from the beach, saying:

    "Money never sleeps, pal. I just made $800,000 in Hong Kong gold. It's been wired to you – play with it. You done good, but you gotta keep doing good. I showed you how the game works, now school's out."

    The scene is a subtle but clear and clever upside-down mocking, point by point, of the re-instatement of Peter by Christ on the beach in John 21.

    That quote was so central to the plot, and so popular, that it became the sub-title of the re-make/sequel which was released Sept. 24, 2010: "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps".

    *(The character's last name, 'Gekko' is just one letter off from the small lizards (geckos) which creep unseen into homes through the smallest of crevices in tropical regions and which have become popularized and 'tamed' by the Geico insurance commercials. Lizards, in scripture are unclean animals.)

  2. Wow! Fascinating connection. Thanks Art!

  3. so nice introduction of brand....