Sunday, January 23, 2011

Part 13 - See, it's the "i" of Horus! Twenty-One Laps and the London 2012 Olympics logo

Continuing the survey of "Eye of Horus" imagery, more examples featuring the themes of illumination, DNA transformation and the mark of the Beast are presented, including one with some surprising date signaling!

The animated logo of twenty-one laps entertainment presents Eye of Horus imagery like Pixar's logo animation but does so very differently. Watch this a few times: [video] 21 Laps Entertainment Logo. (This video appears embedded on the blog and in some other contexts. If you don't see it, you can either click on the link above or click on the post title to view on the blog.)

This logo has a retro look, hearkening back to Star Trek, Star Wars and even the 1982 sci-fi classic Tron with its light cycle racing. ([video] Tron Lightbike Scene) That Disney movie is enjoying popularity at the present time with a 3D remake currently in theaters. Tron has a theme that compares to George Orwell's "1984," with a "Master Control Program" instead of Big Brother. It points forward in time to the Beast kingdom, but that's not the focus of this post.

The twenty-one laps logo is a sideways "21" followed by an "L." To see the stylized 21 we have to rotate the logo clockwise.
Since we're already required to rotate it to present the 21, if we keep following their subliminal leading we disclose an "i" dotted with a figure that completes the stylized "R" - an Eye of Horus! The Eye is illuminated, appropriately back lit with a bright sunny light!

During the 21 Laps logo animation, lines traced by lights form the main elements. The central element that becomes the numeral "2" is completed by fusing its two parts together. At the fusing of the parts a brightly illuminating eye with a pupil appears, another illumined Eye of Horus!

Each element is formed with six strands, presenting us with three sixes, 666. Some secondary design elements appear that are perhaps simulated lens or diffraction artifacts, three hexagrams. This trio of six sided figures presents another 666.

Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.
Revelation 13:18

The logo has three primary elements, the 2 and the 1 and the L. Given the embedded Eye of Horus and Mark of the Beast symbolism, we should recognize this as the signaling of the related regeneration and triple-helix DNA, the windings of which were suggested early in the animation by the twisting lines.

Returning our attention to the logo's stylized 21, the rotation that presents the Eye of Horus as resembling the letter "R" may also be recognized as a numeral 12. This insight exposing the 21 and the 12 suggests a date many are very accustomed to seeing these days! The date represented as 12/21/12 is purported to be the ominous end point of the Mayan long count calendar, the resolution of many esoteric crop circles and the result of other notable observations. The graphic you see on the right has the 21 flanked by a pair of counter-rotations to present the date.

While that date signaling is notable, there's another in view that is, to me, the far more interesting! I'll get to that shortly.

Dark Olympic Glory

The odds this unscrambles so readily by mere chance is probably equivalent to the odds of the London 2012, Vancouver 2010 and Beijing 2008 Olympic logos unscrambling to render the word ZION by chance. Right. Slim indeed.

While we're on the subject of the infamous logo representing the 2012 Olympics in London, I want to point out something I never noticed until just now (Thank you Lord!). Depending on how you look at it, there's either one or two overlapping versions of the Eye of Horus embedded within! One version features the dot used to dot the "i" in Zion as the pupil of an eye that is ringed around by the other elements. Yes, it's another kind of "i" of Horus. The yellow "glow" of this color scheme presents the typical illumination of the symbol. The other version of the Eye of Horus is an "R" when you consider the legs below. You can either look at this as an R that ignores the upper half of the logo, the 20 part, or that includes it to form the ring around the pupil of the eye.

Now, this is really amazing! The Eye of Horus theme is a perfect fit with the "Bart and Lisa Simpson as Adam and Eve" theme! The oral sex act recognized so popularly references the activity in the Garden of Eden, appearing in the logo as Satan's boast of that great conquest. Merging the Eye of Horus imagery with that reference to the activity in the Garden of Eden is brilliant evil. The following passage will speak to those of you who understand what I've been teaching (See here for more detail: Who is Cain's Father? Part Three) about the range of sex acts in the Garden and the promise of illumination and gnosis that is implicit in the Eye of Horus.

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

The logo is a very clever piece of work, which must be attributed to the demonic familiar spirits who directed the designers! The vast sum of money spent on this unpopular logo appears to me to be a better bargain for the Olympic committee every time another layer of occult signaling is brought to my attention!

Since those Olympic folks are all about the Greek history of the gods, you can go ahead and call their illumined eye imagery the Eye of Apollo if you like. It works all the same. We know who they mean. The Antichrist Beast won't much care what you've called him.

I just discovered another blogger had ID'd the 2012 Olympic mascots as Eye of Horus all seeing eyes. Check out his Another Voice blog post.

Pythagoras Signaling

Now, the 21 is not the whole of the logo, there's a featured "L" for "Laps." The L kind of forms an eyebrow of the Eye of Horus but it also has a signification in its own right that works the same no matter how its aligned. An L is an implied right triangle, assuming a closing leg or hypotenuse. Such an object with integer side lengths is also known as a Pythagorean triangle. Anyone who studies the symbols of Freemasonry and their origins for very long discovers how important the ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras is to them. His work with geometry is essential to building construction and architectural design, the core activities of the guild of Masons.

The number three is inherent in the triangle as the number of sides, inner angles and outer angles, Three is the number of regeneration and DNA transformation. "Three Times Three" elements produces 9, the single digit number of the triple helix DNA transformation, and is also the name of a Freemasonic ritual that points to that same transformation.

Another feature that makes the right triangle a popular signal is how it presents the union of the sons of god with the daughters of men in a way similar to the cross, where a vertical represents the male heavenly sons of god and a horizontal represents the female earthly daughters of men. Such a figure is a simple and more obscure equivalent to the ubiquitous square and compass of Freemasonry. In any and every alignment of this figure, the sides adjacent to the right angle are the parents that produce the hypotenuse as their offspring. They are as the Egyptian trinity Osiris, Isis and Horus, and the focus is ever upon the reproductive element that will produce the Beast and the mark of the Beast.

In this picture of a common pin worn by Freemasons, the square and compass is placed within the square that adjoins the right triangle's hypotenuse, amplifying the force of the symbol's power through redundancy. The check mark-like element in the Verizon (veri = truth) Wireless branding is such a Pythagoras signaling. So also is the nose in the LG logo, which is a pretty obvious "Horus that rules with two eyes" symbol.

I'm about to move on to the really good stuff, but first, here's a collection of images to consider that includes two from this post, a variety of Eye of Horus symbols with "i" and "R" connections.

21 Laps? Around what?

So, why would this company with the Eye of Horus branding be named 21 Laps? First, the number 21 itself references time and the fulness of time. (See What does the number Twenty-One mean?) This reference to the fullness of time is germane. I believe this name signals timing that specifically compares to the cryptic "three things and then four" signals I've observed. I already pointed out how the 21 rotates to present a 12 and made reference to the familiar 12/21/12 date. Now, if you consider how the earth laps or circuits the sun once a year, 21 laps means 21 years. The logo animation scene is the starry heavens, right? The featured fusion event creates a bright sun in the center, right? So, this 21 years appears to be equivalent to the "three things" or sets of seven years, shemittah, counted off from the celestial sign of 1991.

Consider also the homonym of "laps," "lapse," which can literally be derived from the logo if you shift the space between "laps" and "entertainment" one spot to the right. The meaning of "21 lapse" fits the context of the count from 1991 and supports the "laps of the earth around the sun" interpretation I proposed, placing emphasis upon the passing of this particular season. When it passes the shemittah spanning 2012 to 2019 begins, which I'm more and more convinced is going to find many things fulfilled, including what the eye of Horus imagery portends, the Beast and his rule. Recall how the angel's coming to Daniel was delayed by the Prince of Persia for 21 days, according to Daniel 10:13. A span of time identified by 21 had to lapse.

As I give thought and prayerful consideration to the following definitions of the word "lapse" it seems a very apt description of this period leading up to the season of the Beast.

lapse - verb
1. a. To fall from a previous level or standard, as of accomplishment, quality, or conduct: lapse into bad habits; a team that lapsed into mediocrity halfway through the season.
1. b. To deviate from a prescribed or accepted way: lapse into heresy.
1. c. To pass gradually or smoothly; slip: lapse into reverie.
2. a. To come to an end, especially gradually or temporarily: He realized that his attention had lapsed and he hadn't heard the assignment.
2. b. To be no longer valid or active; expire: She allowed her membership to lapse after the first year.
4. To go by; elapse: Years had lapsed since we last met.

lapse - noun
1. The act or an instance of lapsing, as:
a. A usually minor or temporary failure; a slip: a lapse of memory; a lapse in judgment.
b. A deterioration or decline: a lapse into barbarism.
c. A moral fall: a lapse from grace.
2. A break in continuity; a pause: a lapse in the conversation.
3. A period of time; an interval: a lapse of several years between the two revolutions.
4. Law The termination of a right or privilege through disuse, neglect, or death.

While there is a necessary focus on the Beast with regard to this "fourth thing" it is, of course, what must come before the Lord of Lords comes to rule, when the stone cut out without hands smites the metallic statue in Daniel 2's vision of the destiny of this Beast kingdom.

From one perspective, the entertainment value of these 21 laps is waning fast, is it not? Yet, what we have before is a great opportunity for those who prepare in the Lord, who will not be deceived into placing trust in the illumination and gnosis promised by the Eye of Horus.

14) Wherefore he saith, Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light.
15) See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise,
16) Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.
17) Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is.
Ephesians 5:14-17

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