Saturday, April 30, 2011

Part 20 - See, it's the "i" of Horus! Fig Card/Paypal m-Commerce and Spiral Eye Spiriva

After a lengthy pause, here's another post in the survey of Eye of Horus imagery. The spiral eye is the featured class and this first one to be addressed represents another mobile wallet brand, one that was in the news today due to their new partnership with PayPal. PayPal Pokes Into POS ‘E-Wallet’ Market ( - 4/30/2011)

The fig brand is a clever design that uses the lower-case letters to form the image of a fig. If you've been following this blog you may see this logo as more clever still, recognizing the "i" of Horus that is dotted with a familiar delta (this time, inverted) colored Osiris green. Like many "i" variants, this one has it's Horus capstone involved in an elliptical swirl. This version has the Fibonacci-like spiral beginning with the g and crossing the dot/delta to form a cross/portal on top as the stem of the fig.

What's the deal with "fig"? It alludes to the Garden of Eden.

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 3:6-7

Some students of the Bible insist the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil was a fig. And what does this have to do with a mobile wallet technology and the Eye of Horus? If this requires any explanation I suspect you haven't been doing your homework. The fig Eye of Horus is a mocking taunt of the Creator and His people, the serpent's boast of his great conquest just like with the "eyePhone" company Apple's logo, that illumined apple with a bite out of it. What really happened in the Garden produced offspring, Cain. These matters have been the subject of much of my writing for going on a year and a half. Horus is the connection, the serpent's offspring who will manifest in days to come as the Antichrist Beast.

You may be scratching your head and thinking, "Now didn't he just blog about a mobile wallet partnership just a couple days ago that featured Eye of Horus branding?" Well, yes I did! And, back in January I blogged about another partnership with Eye of Horus branding. The Verizon hookup was with ISIS, Visa's with Square and now PayPal's is with the Fig Card.

Here's an excerpt from a posting at the launch of the Verizon eyePhone. "...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."

The promise of illumination through the Eye of Horus draws worshippers who will be transformed into his image through the mark of the Beast. That's what this fig card imagery is all about. Symbols themselves have influence over us, literally casting powerful spells. The fig Card imagery is a powerful agent in a growing army of powerful agents that advances those who are oblivious toward receiving the mark, when what really happened in the Garden of Eden so many years ago will be revisited in the earth.

Of course, the transforming mark will involve more than just the connection of individuals to a global banking and commerce network. It's also about personal bodily transformation, and that's where our health/medical/pharmaceutical industries get involved. A drug trade named Spiriva is really working the Horus imagery overtime! It's maybe a shade less obvious than Osirix branding.

Spiriva features the Osiris green pyramid capstone with the white spiral inside. The second letter i in the name is dotted with the capstone. This is the ubiquitous symbol carried on the most common Federal Reserve Note since 1935. As the branding appears in the header of the drug's web site, this is wrapped into a larger eye marked out by the swirling bands.

The Horus imagery is enhanced in TV commercials like in the screen captures you see here. The capstone hovering above and dotting the i glows, illuminated, effecting the gradient lighting of the word HandiHaler. (HorusHandyHaler)

In the screen capture below it, we note the reason why the lighting of the scene is so dark. The guy is out with his telescope doing some stargazing. He's is seeing into the heavens with this instrument. Stars represent angels, and Horus is often symbolized as a star.

The pyramid eye of the brand is superimposed over the telescope and thereby is identified with it. The telescope enhances his ability to see into the heavens, and so the spiral Eye of Horus capstone appears to be delivering on the promise of Eye of Horus enlightenment by enhancing his ability to see into the heavens.

The tripod stand receives the visual importance lent to it by the shape of the superimposed pyramid. It's a triple helix DNA health enhancement. With his HorusHandyHaler he can better breathe the breath of life. Honestly, though, it's a lie. A deadly lie.

The drug trade named Spiriva casts the pharmakeia spell by both chemical and symbolic means - by alchemy, if you will.

And the light of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee; and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee: for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries (Greek: pharmakeia) were all nations deceived.
Revelation 18:23

Have you been deceived by such ploys?

More to follow, Lord willing!

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