Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Part 12 - See, it's the "i" of Horus! The Occult Apple Brand and the Verizon eyePhone

This morning, the official announcement was made that the iPhone would be available on the popular Verizon Wireless network. To some folks, that's a really big deal, and long anticipated.

The Wall Street Journal report: Verizon Wireless to Offer iPhone 4 in February

In the previous post to this blog, Verizon was noted as a partner in the ISIS m-commerce network and wallet that I proposed will function as intermediate step toward the implementation of the mark of the Beast.

Industry analysts make much of such things as the impact this Apple/Verizon cooperative effort will have upon AT&T, a wireless network competitor that has had exclusive carrier privileges for the iPhone since its launch. Although AT&T and Verizon are rivals, they are partners in the ISIS venture. Who really wins and loses in such a deal as the one announced today?

A blogger for the Wall Street Journal wrote the following after a post-announcement chat with Apple's analyst, Gene Munster.

"The iPhone’s appearance on Verizon isn’t about selling more iPhones. More importantly, it’s about snuffing out a nascent threat from Google’s Android software, which has been gaining traction thanks to sales of smartphones at Verizon Wireless."
Verizon iPhone: Yep, The Real Target is Google.

Should we care who wins this contest? Is there a good guy to root for in such battles over market share turf? I don't think so. I've blogged about Google and Verizon imagery, exposing their occult imagery at some length. All the players in the arena are hell-bent on preparing the network and the node that is YOU for the appointed season. Resistance is futile. Prepare to be assimilated. Or, another choice remains before you: Die to self now in submission to the Lord Y'shua and receive of His life!

Dates of special events and even their locations are usually chosen very carefully. Today's announcement in NYC was such an event, coming on a date filled with ones and zeros, a binary or digital date. It's also filled with 11s. The number eleven biblically signals the flesh of man as being fragile and temporaral like the flower of grass that quickly fades and dies. 1/11/11 has more ones than 1/1/11 but is probably less significant a date numbering that what 11/11/11 will come to be. The time of the event in NYC was 11 am ET, in the location recognized by many as one of the primary identities of the great city Babylon in these last days (Revelation 18).

I participated in the launch by lurking on the CNET live chat and found the comments posted very interesting!

One of the Cnet hostesses, Maggie Reardon, posted the first comment after the publicity event was underway. "Verizon says that it's role in this anytime anywhere world is to bring great content to devices anywhere. And the network is key to doing that."

Chat user "Big Joe" immediately responded: "They're announcing a digital implant that loads content right to your cerebral cortex?" (11:02) You'll note from the screenshot I snapped during the chat that his comment wasn't one out of a dozen or more, not even one out of two, but the only comment made by other than CNET reps in the entire minute.

At 11:04, user SergioC comments: "he is going to wait until 11:11:11" - making obvious reference to the anticipated announcement of the Verizon iPhone and expressing his observation of intentional number signaling.

At 11:06, CNET's Maggie Reardon comments: "Ok here we go. He officially announces the latest partner is the tech giant Apple."

At 11:06, user Steven comments: "Following this is like waiting on Moses to come back down the mountain."

At 11:07, user Applemister comments, "This is a special moment in history"

Moses coming down from the mountain - that's a special moment in history! These are some interesting comments for a public forum hosted by the tech news group owned by the seeing-eye CBS network!

(Note: The name McAdam translates to, "son of Adam.")

Instead of waiting until 11:10 or 11:11:11, the official announcement naming the iPhone appears to have been made at 8 or possibly 9 minutes after the hour. Still, we get the message of the numbering with elevens, ones and zeros.

Those who were hitting the Verizon and possibly Apple's corporate sites apparently had some prior notice, as I did on the chat when user Kendall posted at 11:07 that an iPhone splash page was now appearing on the Verizon Wireless website.

Disappointment was expressed by some that the iPhone will use Verizon's 3G instead of LTE, the 4G network. LTE stands for Long Term Evolution, which can be interpreted in the context of the post-human genetic transformation signaled by Verizon's marketing imagery.

The Apple Brand

Apple, Inc. was named by Fortune Magazine as the most admired company in the world for the last three years straight. Apple recently surpassed its rival Microsoft in rank as the most valuable technology company in the world. Yeah, they're a major merchant in the world. Their first product, the Apple 1 personal computer, was introduced in July 1976 for $666.66. That price point was an early clue about what was to come.

The Apple brand is an Eye of Horus symbol that hearkens back to the Garden of Eden as a reference to Luciferian illumination and gnosis, and as a flagrant boast of the serpent's conquest over Adam and Eve.

A logo designer living in Spokane Washington writes of Apple's logo, "The symbology of the apple also holds well-known connotations of being healthy and wholesome. While the bite out of the apple gives a biblical allusion to sin or the discovery of knowledge."

The apple with a bite out of it hearkens to the sin in the garden because it's popularly (though wrongly) considered that it was a bite from an apple offered by the serpent that caused man to sin in his first rebellion against the Creator.

4) And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die:
5) For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.
6) And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.
7) And the eyes of them both were opened
, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together, and made themselves aprons.
Genesis 3:4-7

Apple's first slogan was "Byte into the Apple" (~1978-1997), an enticement to sin, in a general sense. More particularly, if you understand the figurative meaning that is to engage with the serpent to produce offspring and perceive the dual nature of the mark of the beast as both digital and biological (as presented in the previous post), you'll get where they were going with that. It's like the $666.66 Apple 1, the coming 666 mark. The promise of eyes being opened and being as gods, knowing good and evil is the promise of the Eye of Horus, the attainment of illumination and gnosis through ascension to the status of a god!

The apple logo from 1976 to the present is an "i" of Horus, with the apple leaf dotting the "i." The leaf pictures the flame of an apple candle, a source of illumination. The coloring of the classic rainbow logo used from 1976 until 1998 reveals how it compares to the Great Seal's pyramid with an "Osiris green" Beast capstone hovering above it.

Each iteration of the Apple logo features a special lighting effect. The rainbow exhibits the prism effect. Black absorbs all light. The glowing translucent effect was quite the rage in Web graphics design for a season. Chrome is a polished and mirrored surface that reflects light. The Apple logo draws attention to the aspect of illumination as common to many Eye of Horus symbols.

Chrome also provides a subtle link to "chromosome," like the Goog-Goog-Googly eye Chrome browser, whose icon is another Eye of Horus. While that's powerful, the more potent scheme was the classic rainbow, which references the great flood of Noah's day. The rainbow was given as a sign following that flood, the lasting reminder of a promise made by the Creator. The serpent is bitter about all that. The rainbow apple is the serpent's promise of revenge that pivots on a counter-flood event where he will avenge the purging of his family from the surface of the earth (see Olympic Ceremony Symbolism - here and here).

When Apple's illuminating Eye of Horus imagery is recognized, a passage from the Psalms comes to mind from which has come the expression, the apple of your eye.

7) Shew thy marvellous lovingkindness, O thou that savest by thy right hand them which put their trust in thee from those that rise up against them.
8) Keep me as the apple of the eye, hide me under the shadow of thy wings,
9) From the wicked that oppress me, from my deadly enemies, who compass me about.
Psalm 17:7-9

I perceive this Apple identity as a mocking of the Lord and His trusting people. The corporate branding is the counterfeit. As Fortune Magazine's most admired company in the world for the past three years, they are unquestionably the apple of the world's eye. Revelation 18 reveals how this status does not bode well for them.

Apple's branding supports the Eye of Horus scheme through the naming convention of their popular products. They have not only brought us the iPhone, iPod, iPad, iMac, iBook, iTunes, iLife, iWork and mobile iOS, they've spawned copy cats in many sectors. The pre-pended "i" suggesting personalisation and individuality appeals to the carnal man through the love of the self, expressing the exaltation of "me, myself and I." The product naming convention is also a link to the corporate logo because the logo's apple is indeed an "i" dotted with a candle flame leaf. The "i" is an obfuscated 9. The 9th letter of the alphabet is the single digit number representing the genetic transformation of the mark of the Beast. The Apple branding is brilliant and is among the world's most recognizable brands. Its the simple and powerful "i" of Horus.

Steve Jobs is the main figure behind Apple. He's also a major shareholder in Pixar and also Disney, and on Disney's board. To understand where this whole Apple thing comes from we can look back at his early history. After high school, a few college classes in Portland, OR and a stint with Atari as a technician building computers, "Jobs then traveled to India with a Reed College friend (and, later, the first Apple employee), Daniel Kottke, in search of spiritual enlightenment. He came back a Buddhist with his head shaved and wearing traditional Indian clothing. During this time, Jobs experimented with psychedelics, calling his LSD experiences "one of the two or three most important things [he had] done in [his] life". He has stated that people around him who did not share his countercultural roots could not fully relate to his thinking." (Steve Jobs - Early Years - Wikipedia)

He sought enlightenment, or, the third eye activation of Buddhism, which is the eye of Horus activation. Did he find it? Did he follow Robert Johnson and Bob Dylan to the crossroads and strike a bargain?

Like Google's slogan, "Don't be evil," the promise of Apple is false. A TV ad promoting the advent of Macintosh features a take off on the George Orwell novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four. [video] '1984' Apple Macintosh Commercial

The connection with the Apollo worshiping Olympics in that ad is obvious, as is the identification with the hammer throwing Thor, which is, alongside Apollo, another probable alias of the ancient god worshiped as Horus. The meaning of the name Macintosh is: "Son of the chieftain, with -in- meaning 'the' and -tosh- representing Toshack, from the Welsh 'tywysog' meaning 'prince.'" Given the context, I equate Macintosh with Horus, the "son of the prince" of the power of the air.

Did you hear mention of the garden (@ 25 seconds) that invites the association of the proverbial apple in the garden scenario? Did you notice how everyone in the collective was illuminated through the woman's act of defiance? Hello Eve! Their closing narrative states, "Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh and you'll see..." Interpreted according to the esoteric imagery, what is being declared is that this Eye of Horus brand will introduce "the son of the prince" and you'll see, as with the illuminated eye. That testimony is consistent with everything else being signaled today, as I perceive it. In hindsight, did Apple's introduction of the Macintosh cause anyone to see why 1984 would not be like "1984"? I don't know. From where I sit, their suggestion that the masses would somehow be illuminated due to the introduction of the Macintosh and set free from the evil totalitarian control of big brother seems a lot like the same old lie sold to Eve. Apple has been all about advancing and heralding the real big brother, the devil's Beast.

Consider also the Jezebel vs male authority and queen bee / male drone themes in the ad! A recent ad for the UK oracular 63336 service (see here and here) is worth noting here, which compares on some points..

In wrapping up this lengthy post, I want to make the point that use of the Verizon iPhone with its iOS and m-commerce apps or some competitor's device with a Google Android OS for m-commerce is significant motion toward the embedded microchip. Today's technology is not yet the mark, and the Horus Beast has not yet come forth, but this communications technology business has got "the mark is coming" written all over it. It testifies that the Beast IS coming soon. We're seeing something akin to the woman who will ride the Beast as an adolescent.


  1. Can't forget this commercial either:

    "The Crazy Ones"


    Who is the greatest Misfit of them all? The greatest Rebel? I suppose it was Satan.

    Great Post Bob.

    Blessings in Christ Jesus my friend!


  2. Thanks David, and for the link!