In logos and branding imagery there is sometimes a calling out of the letter N as an Occult symbol. As the Lord began to bring some of these to my attention, I pressed in to know what was meant. A single word, “Nachash,” came to me, and more examples followed that insight. This, too, is a sign of Horus worship!
This Hebrew word appears in the Bible, first in the following verse as the word translated, “serpent.”
Now the serpent was more crafty than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said to the woman, “Indeed, has God said, ‘You shall not eat from any tree of the garden’?” ~ Genesis 3:1
If you want to find what I've already written about this shimmering being, search this blog for nachash. This “serpent,” as it is typically translated, is often named in contexts where what we recognize as a snake is described, but a nachash is also linked to hissing and divination and the tree of knowledge of good and evil. It is this nachash that charmed Eve and fathered Cain in the Garden of Eden. He also sodomized Eve and Adam, and their “eyes were opened.” (Who is Cain's Father? ) In the hundreds of hours I've spent listening to audio clips of speech played backwards, I have heard many occasions where this being is indentified with a hiss. In the context, the identification is never ambiguous.
The Nachash is well represented as being winged, with wings representing the ability to traverse dimensions, and it's in this symbolic way that the letter N frequently signals the Nachash. I have described the lower case letter “n” as the form of a Royal Arch dimensional portal (See here about the Xfinity logo), and the upper case N is very closely related.
I'll decode these Nationwide Insurance brand images soon, Lord willing, to illustrate how the letter N is being leveraged as the Nachash, with alias Amaru seen traversing the stargate.
There is apparently a very ancient basis for using the letter to represent the Nachash. “Similarly, a snake is nahash, standing for the “n” sound as in the Hebrew letter nun.” (source - Biblical Archaeology Society)
It's worth pointing out, here, that it was only after being cursed that the Nachash was condemned to crawl on his belly and eat dust, which must also be seen in a deeper figurative sense.
The Lord God said to the serpent, “Because you have done this, cursed are you more than all cattle, and more than every beast of the field; On your belly you will go, and dust you will eat all the days of your life; ~ Genesis 3:14
There was an evident reduction in the creature's nature and range of activity, but he is still represented as the prince (archon - see also 1 Corinthians 2:8) of the power (exousia) of the air (aer) and as Beelzebub, lord of all that fly.
And you were dead in your trespasses and sins, 2 in which you formerly walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, of the spirit that is now working in the sons of disobedience. ~ Ephesians 2:1-2
He is “the ruler of the authority of the air” (Englishmans Greek New Testament - Newberry). This air is the atmospheric air we breathe. Thus, the wings of the dragon, the winged serpents and solar disks, the flying feathered serpent, Amaru, the phoenix, and symbolic birds of the air like the falcon, hawk, eagle, crow, raven... He is also a spirit that even now works, with activity in the two realms of the spirit and the natural, in two heavens.
Wings are symbols of those beings with multi-realm nature and the ability to traverse the barrier between them. The wings also represent their having a degree of control over access as a door in a doorway, blocking or covering in protection, as you may observe from a survey of biblical usage. Angels, demons and “aliens,” UFO's and Loch Ness monsters: Now you see it - now you don't. Not here, then here in an instant, then in another, gone again.
A relevant passage is found in Isaiah.
“Do not rejoice, O Philistia, all of you, because the rod that struck you is broken; For from the serpent’s (nachash) root a viper will come out, and its fruit will be a ("fiery" saraph - 6 winged) flying serpent (saraph). ~ Isaiah 14:29
See about winged beings in Psalm 18:10 (2 Samuel 22:11), and Ezekiel 10 and 28:14, being attentive to the contexts. There are genuines and in contrast there are counterfeits. If someone is going to rebel against the second commandment they will incur a curse, and what is graven in their effort will be an idol and false, despite any claim to the contrary. “...let God be found true, though every man be found a liar,...” (Romans 3:4)
The RAF leverages the N as Nachash in their Wings Lotto imagery, featured a little over a month ago in this Part 20 of the series about signs of Horus worship. The letter N appears in the center of the sun-anus portal, and right above it is the winged solar disk, Horus - Nachash!
The Independent, aka the Indy, is a British national morning newspaper published in London. Again, the letter N is for Nachash, the feathered serpent. The print version sets the bird over the first N and the Web version, the second. Either one works as well as the other, so long as it's an N, you see. The web version seems to be calling attention to END, which is certainly fitting. The little article “The,” as 20+8+5, in this signal context presents Code 33. Placing it over “IN” draws attention to the embedded word, “in,” which speaks to me of the identity entering in through the dimensional portal. The morning news of The Indy comes as with the dawn - of the Aeon of Horus. There is a distinct Hermes / Mercury aspect overlaid with this as the Horus facilitator.
The University of Northwestern Ohio aka UNOH gives the Nachash some wings in their branding. Their sports brand is the UNOH Racers, and that brand imagery readily supports the Nachash and Horus and Hermes identification, as you see here. RA-C-ER-S ~ Ra and Re (mirrored), naming the sun god twice.
Eh, hey, no, no way. This imagery has nothing in common with Masonic Temples. Well, OK. Yes, the checkers just can't be dismissed.
More to follow, Lord willing!