[The release of this series is timely thanks to the recent Q drops dealing with specific symbols – starting with #1894 and including #’s 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, and then 1902 and 1904. For a specific in-depth discussion of these Q drops, go to Q Research or /r/GreatAwakening threads. This article is very relevant to the subject matter of the Q drops but explains secret symbols in a more general sense and serves as a foundation to understand the occult symbolism that Q has highlighted. Enjoy.]
You may ask “why all the interest in symbols“? Why do I, the Daily Crow, Forthtell and other sites that explore spiritual matters have so much interest in this World System’s symbolism? The Vigilant Citizen devotes long posts to decoding and breaking down the visual symbols found in music videos and popular media and “sinister sites” like the Georgia Guidestones.
The possible meaning(s) behind arcane words, images, patterns, and numbers holds great interest and significance to many people who are looking for knowledge and wisdom. We dig deeper…because we think there’s gotta be more than what’s out in the open.
Is all of this a silly waste or time – or is there concrete meaning behind it? Should we look into these symbols – or should we go back to watching TV, zoning out to the latest music, drinking, eating, and just not caring about these things? What is the intelligent and proper response?
Ignore Or Investigate?
Let’s consult the LORD on the matter.
“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee…” (Hosea 4:6)
While it’s far easier to take the blue pill and go back to sleep, the choice to remain ignorant is to choose blindness, weakness and destruction. If someone actually turns away from knowledge, they remain in darkness.
To take the red pill is to choose to see things as they are – not as you wish them to be. It is to have awareness and insight. A believer in God should never be afraid to know the truth and to see things in the light – because “God is light, and in him is no darkness at all” (1 John 1:5).
In contrast, ignorance of the “meanings of things” is what Satan wants for people. God’s goal is “To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God” (Acts 26:18).
What Happens When You Understand Symbolism?
The things highlighted in this article are red pills. After proceeding, you’ll never again watch a Hollywood movie the same way. You’ll never again casually listen to the pop music of a former Disney star. You won’t be able to see a television or print advertisement and not notice the incessant strategically-placed symbols.
First let’s look at whether or not symbols may have intelligent meaning and purpose behind them. We will try to determine if the surface appearance of a symbol can hold deeper significance. As a very basic example of this concept, consider the following Greek symbols:
We all know that properly deciphered and interpreted language symbols mean something. See what it means here (opens in a new tab).
These are visual symbols that our eyes see and then our mind understands. Why can a person understand Greek or English or German? Because the person has been taught what the symbols mean. It just so happens that these kinds of symbols are a familiar way to write phonetic sounds. For them to work, they must be written with purpose and meaning, received properly, and interpreted correctly.
What are the “Rules” of Symbols?
I’ll break these requirements down a bit, because they are vital.
- Purpose and meaning. Letters don’t form a meaningful sentence when they’re randomly mashed together. “Lolhe eerht” is not equivalent to “Hello there”, even though all the “pieces” are the same. (Purpose and meaning edge right up to – but aren’t the same as – “intent“. But I don’t want to get ahead of myself.)
- Received properly. A person reads a magazine by looking at the words (symbols) with their eyes. They don’t put their ear to the page. They can’t lick the page. A reader has to receive the symbols via sight, or the symbols won’t work. (Note: an interpreter can transfer the meaning of the symbols into another form or medium, but the symbols still have to fulfill the same requirements.)
- Interpreted correctly. After a person successfully receives purposeful, meaningful symbols, what do they do with them? If a non-Greek speaker reads the above Greek sentence, they shrug their shoulders and ignore it. (“It’s all Greek to me!”). But someone who is fluent – someone who knows how to interpret the symbols (i.e. “words”) – will understand the message.
This example – of a written sentence in a specific language – is meant to teach basic principles. Consider what those principles mean when it comes to symbols, in a wider view – and think beyond “words in human languages”.
What if there were other types of symbols in widespread use? What if spoken words were not the only thing that could be communicated via symbols?
Here is your first red-pill truth regarding symbols and hidden truths: Symbolism is spiritual communication in written form.
What Are Symbols…Really?
What symbols actually are is a way to communicate something directly to the spirit. You may ask how that’s different than language? Symbols follow the same rules that sentences follow, listed above: Symbolism can be formulated with purpose and meaning (and used or employed with intent). People (or “beings”) are capable of receiving the symbols. And symbolic meaning can be perceived and understood by recipients who are “fluent”.
But symbols are different than words – they do different things, and in some ways are better. Symbols have some advantages over spoken or written language, such as the following:
- Symbols are universal. You can think of them as a different language, perhaps, but that wouldn’t be accurate. Symbols actually transcend language. Sure, people from all over the world who speak different languages can understand the same symbols – a given symbol could be effectively understood by both an illiterate shaman in a South American jungle and a Yale-educated multimillionaire in a northern American city. But that doesn’t mean the two men speak the same language, because…
- Symbols bypass language. Put another way: a symbol can implant a concept right into a person’s soul. The concept need not even be expressible in words. What else can put a feeling, desire, or notion into someone – all without the person having a conscious thought? Music can do it…but when a 4-minute song isn’t efficient, a symbol will do nicely.
- Symbols identify. The most efficient way to identify someone or something is not to announce it, to hold a ceremony, to wave a flag, or to perform a secret handshake – although all those things can be used. The most basic way to to use a mark – a symbol. Industry uses symbols – the trademarked logo. Religious and philosophical adherents use symbols – the cross, the star and crescent, the hammer and sickle, and the yin-yang. [The previous examples are all well-known, common, open symbols. Have no doubt: there are groups of people who use secret symbols as well, which will be shown in Part 2.]
- Symbols show ownership. This is identification taken a step further – it shows that something is identified and possessed by something. Ranchers use cattle brands, which identify a cow’s owner by his mark. The LORD ordered a remnant of followers to be marked in Ezekiel 9. Likewise, the Beast causes his followers to receive his mark in Revelation 13. Slaves (and not just women who joined NXIVUM) are branded to show who “owns” and controls them.
- Symbols can be used unobtrusively. Someone who is unaware, untaught, or unintiated is likely to see a symbolic sign directly in front of them…and not see it. Instead, they will only see a decorative pattern, a pretty medallion or charm, or even a corporate logo. Yet, to those who have understanding, information has been conveyed. You can’t do that with a written language word or sign – even those who can’t understand the meaning are aware that it means something.
You see, symbols are used when written words aren’t the best or most efficient way to get a message across. Symbols are employed when the message needs to be broadcast quickly, effectively…and perhaps covertly. And symbols are used for purposes that actual words can’t fulfill.
But Are These Things About Symbols True?
Are symbols really being used to send “messages” in movies, TV, advertising, and other media? All the time, and you’re already familiar with many of these symbols – even if you don’t realize it.
Ok, but are there people who use symbols to communicate secret messages out in the open? Absolutely, and I’ll show you some (in Part 2) that have been openly explained by mainstream sources. (You might already have seen some of them…but just forgotten!)