Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: Moloch, Owls and the Horns of Satan: Part 2
This is the second part of the full post that started out at Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: Moloch, Owls and the Horns of Satan: Part 1 which details the background of Moloch, owls, horns of Satan, and the occult significance of them. Head over there if you started on Part 2 on accident.
The Mano Cornuto hand gesture (aka El Diablo, Hook ‘Em Horns, Il Cornuto, Devil Horns, etc.) is the most commonly flashed symbol. This symbol has been transformed entirely to a ‘harmless’ sign of rock ‘n’ roll expression. Its present day meaning is much more inconspicuous than one would think, but ultimately it’s just another expression of black magic and evil. The horns are synonymous with the Moloch deity and that is why the rock ‘n’ roll industry popularized it. Think about what the purpose really is; drugs, sex, music, etc. and all of these things are low vibration concepts that do nothing but harm to ones self (*if used improperly; there’s inherently nothing wrong with all three of those things, but they are improperly used most of the time).
You’ll see it all over the place in the entertainment industry and even politicians:
Hook ’em horns (based off a witch ritual):
Beyonce and Jay-Z:
The importance of the symbolism is expressed by occultist Manly Palmer Hall in his book The Secret Teachings of All Ages:
In the World of Assiah are to be found the demons and tempters. These are likewise reflections of the ten great globes of Atziluth, but because of the distortion of the images resulting from the base substances of the World of Assiah upon which they are reflected, they become evil creatures, called shells by Qabbalists. There are ten hierarchies of these demons to correlate with the ten hierarchies of good spirits composing the Yetziratic World. There are also ten Archdemons, corresponding to the ten Archangels of Briah. The black magicians use these inverted spirits in their efforts to attain their nefarious ends, but in time the demon destroys those who bind themselves to it. The ten orders of demons and the ten Archdemons of the World of Assiah are as follows:
D1, the evil Crown; the hierarchy is called Thaumiel, the doubles of God, the Two-head; the Archdemons are Satan and Moloch.
This statement supports what I said in Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: Moloch, Owls and the Horns of Satan Part 1where I said the people who get stuck evoking these spirits eventually get destroyed by it:
Evoking these dark entities breaks one down over time to the point that the medium takes on the traits and despises the masses, viewing them as cattle. The victims are destroyed and it affects many others around them. This is why you see public meltdowns from entertainers like Britney Spears shaving her head, Michael Jackson actin’ the fool going on spending sprees, Mariah Carey saying goofy stuff on TRL, or one of the many deaths we see (see the 27 club).
We also see the owl symbolism in various avenues of entertainment, even Justin Bieber’s lame tattoos:
EDM act Giorgio Moroder put it right on the album cover:
There are a slew of subtle placement of horns in entertainment/pop culture as well:
Beyonce’s Haunted video:
R. Kelly’s Chicago Bulls hat:
HBO’s True Detective:
Transformers (see the full Transformers Illuminati & Freemasonry post):
The Walking Dead:
This screen capture is from Sandy Hook news coverage… extra creepy…
There are also corporate logos of all forms that cover Moloch the bull, horns of the ram, or the rising sun of illumination (Lucifer; the light bearer):
It takes place in various forms of characters in entertainment:
In Milton’s Paradise Lost tale there is a fallen angel named Moloch. Since I haven’t read it, here’s DarknessVisible.com:
The name means ‘king’ in Hebrew. Moloch also goes by the name of Baal and is best known for his inordinate fondness for child sacrifice. In Book II he is basically Rambo without the weapons: ‘the strongest and the fiercest spirit | That fought in heaven; now fiercer by despair’ (II.44). He characterizes a brawn-not-brains mentality as he advises open war because he cannot stand being defeated and surviving. The samurai ethic of hara-kiri is perhaps brought to mind. However, instead of disembowelling himself, Moloch clamours for another battle which he knows – but won’t admit – cannot be won. This would make for good theatre, but Milton (perhaps regrettably!) chooses to stick to the biblical narrative and so Moloch is overruled.
Dan Brown’s Lost Symbol book features an antagonist named Mal’akh that is said to be covered in tattoos and he has rituals all over the book (I actually read that one; see I’m not that uncultured).
The film Metropolis has an industrial demonic machine named Moloch that accepts humans as sacrifices to the fire (also note the figures inside of the mouth with the horns):
Stargate SG-1’s Moloc demands female children be sacrificed by fire. From the Stargate Wikia:
Moloc (also called Molech, Molekh, Molok, Molek, Melech,Milcom, Molcom, and most commonly, Moloch) was a Goa’uld System Lord. While on Earth, he was worshiped by the Canaanites and Phoenicians. During his reign, he became known for his demand of child sacrifice, a trait which he took with him after leaving Earth.
Stargate SG-1’s Baal is an alien, here’s the Wikia:
First seen during the Second Goa’uld Dynasty, Ba’al was originally one of Ra’s prominent underlords in service to him on Earth where he was thought to be the son of El—who was, in actuality, Ra—by the Canaanites. It was in this role that he oversaw many cultures’ development of an agricultural system, the Canaanites and Phoenicians among them. Ba’al’s influence spread throughout these cultures so much that he was known over the entire Mediterranean basin and, eventually, most of the planet.
He was rarely seen to be a kind overseer, however, and indeed whenever his people failed to meet his strict food production quotas he very often issued orders for the mass sacrifice of Human lives.
The Watchmen comic has Moloch the Mystic:
Arthur C. Clarke’s novel Childhood’s End features a dark tale of horned aliens called the Overlords (another name for the reptilian shape shifters known as the Archons; also note the All Seeing Eye on the cover):
The TV series for Sleepy Hollow has a Moloch:
A more disturbing trend is the perversion of Christmas which started with Jesus Christ’s birth; then commercialization with Santa Claus, and now a demonic entity named Krampus:
In the trailer for this film they flat out tell us he is the “shadow of Saint Nick”; meaning he is from the Dark Side of the Tree of Life. One of the demons from the Qlippoth…
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