Think about where you encounter logos on an average day: they are on household items, on cars, on clothes, in tv ads, on billboards, on insignas, all over sporting events and even on this very page (sorry o). Logos are one of the results of extensive studies (funded by the Rockefeller’s “Chicago School”) in cognitive sciences, neuropsychology and biology. Those studies constitute the core of ”marketing”, a heavily funded field which keeps its findings totally secret from the general public. Why are the findings secret? Well, if you knew why marketing worked on you, you wouldn’t fall for it anymore. abi na?
The huge visibility of corporate logos is also an opportunity for the elite to showcase their beliefs and their power. This is what i’ve read.
Anyway, the same way occult symbols are inserted on buildings and sites, they are hidden in plain view on corporate logos. We will now explore the origins and meanings of the symbols used in logos. I’d like to focus on the Winged Sun-disk.
The Winged Sun-disk:
This ancient symbol is commonly associated with Egypt, although it was also used by Persians and Assyrians and also by remote cultures in South America and Australia. It consists of a Sun orb flanked by two wings. The Egyptians traditionally depicted two serpents on the wings, representing the goddesses protecting Upper and Lower Egypt. The symbol is a representation of the ascension of the soul to the Divine, with the help of the serpents of wisdom and knowledge. Egyptian mystics used the winged sun for ritualistic magic and invocations. The winged sun is still being used today by groups like the Freemasons, the Theosophists and the Rosicrucians. So this ancient mystical and magical symbol representing the perfected soul has graced entrances for millenniums and is still being used for the same purpose.
I did some digging and came up some findings that might either shock you or irk you. Here’s are some photos: