May 12, 2010
When you see that Starbucks logo, you probably think the same thing as me: “There’s that ‘smiling mermaid’ logo, there must be some good, but overpriced, coffee nearby”, or perhaps “There’s that evil Starbucks corporation that’s helping to destroy the world”.
Well, today for the first time I decided to look at the Starbucks logo with the mindset that there may be some hidden symbolism there, designed for the subconscious mind but not the conscious mind.
(Does the subconscious mind actually exist? Absolutely. When you dream, those are all the thoughts of your subconscious id surfacing, without the usual censorship of your conscious ego, as Sigmund Freud would phrase it).
As I looked for the Starbucks symbolism, I believe I found it. Others would charge that I had a predetermined goal so I merely saw what I wanted to see.
When I tell you what I found, their message will go from your subconscious mind, where you have no danger filters whatsoever, to your conscious mind, where you can judge for yourself how appropriate or inappropriate their manipulation of your senses is.
Or you can disagree with me, but nevertheless the logo’s alleged hidden meaning can never again be sublimated from your conscious memory back to your unguarded subconscious level.
Incidentally, the original masters of subconscious thought and manipulation, prior to the MK-Ultra brainwashers of Manchurian Candidates and their ilk, are Sigmund Freud (who had more hang-ups than Woody Allen’s closet, incidentally) and Hitler’s favourite, Edward Bernays.
When I say “breakfast”, do you think “bacon and eggs”? That’s Edward Bernays.
Why have bananas always been cheap (until now) and why is Guatemala still ruined? Because of the Chiquita banana company, US secret agents, and Edward Bernays, according to Wikipedia.
Why did cigarettes, once “forbidden” for women, become popular with women, seemingly overnight, in the 1940s, addicting and killing millions of innocent female victims over the years? Once again, the subconscious advertising campaigns of Edward Bernays. But I’m getting off-topic here.
Question: Have you ever seen a mermaid with two tails?
Answer: Yes, but you may not have noticed. Look at the Starbucks logo:
It features a mermaid with two “tails”. How could a mermaid swim with two tails? She couldn’t.
But are they really “tails”? Or is it an image of a woman spreading her serpentine “legs” apart for the sex act?
Sounds about par for the course for perverted sex-obsessed corporate leaders, doesn’t it?
And are the black-and-white stripes on her “tails” perhaps striped leggings symbolizing the balance of good and evil, as featured in the Alice in Wonderland movies?
(I haven’t seen the Johnny Depp version, but I’m sure it is filled with mirrors, Saturnalian reversals of logic, black-and-white checkered floors, chess games, twins, hookahs, magic mushrooms, pills, and other assorted hallucinogenic drugs, to name only a few of their symbols).
Also notice that the mermaid’s wavy hair forms a sort of mirrored 333/333, or “666”. Her hair also resembles the waves of the ocean (Pisces, Aquarius, Atlantis). The mermaid forms a fancy “peace sign” as well. The peace sign, of course, doesn’t really symbolize peace at all, it is an ancient rune symbolizing death, also known as the Broken Cross, the Crow’s Foot, and the Witch’s Foot, and used on Nazi graves.
Here is the logo from the Order of Baphomet (satan).
Note the double circle with two stars.
Mermaids are said to drown humans by dragging them underwater, sometimes purposely, sometimes by accident. In British folklore, mermaids are unlucky omens.
The “Voodoo Child” Jimi Hendrix wrote a song called “1983 (A Merman I Shall Be)”, about his desire to be a male mermaid in Atlantis, or possibly a reincarnation of Ethel Merman.
Speaking of voodoo (aka “vodou”), Canada’s Governor-General Michaelle Jean’s coat-of-arms has two “Simbi”, mermaid spirits from Haitian vodou, as supporters. Why was a practitioner of voodoo chosen to represent the Queen in Canada? Her coat-of-arms has been mysteriously removed from the “Public Register of Arms, Flags, and Badges of Canada”, where it was once available for viewing. Here it is from another source:
Does the “double mermaid” logo of Starbucks also represent the twin mermaid spirits of voodoo witchcraft?
Are voodoo “Simbi” (singular: “Simba”) related to Disney’s “Lion King”, who was also called “Simba”? Yes, “Simba” is Swahili for “lion”, but why is their “hero’s” name also a voodoo term? Is the “magic” guiding Disney’s immoral movies these days really the spirit of voodoo?
Modern references to “Atlantis” refer to the desire for an ancient occult-based “master race” to be re-established on Earth. The implication is that the inhabitants were half-alien and half-human, like the Nephilim (fallen angels) in the Bible or the demonic Navi in Avatar.
The Atlantis space shuttle is a good example of the occultists’ love of Atlantis (notice that NASA rockets and space shuttles always have occult-based names). Also recall the lame tv show “The Man from Atlantis”, starring Patrick Duffy as an “Aquaman” type character.
The Nazis were enthusiasts of the Atlantean “master race” concept, for obvious reasons, as are new age occultists. The Starbucks logo is very “Atlantean”, since its inhabitants are said to be half-fish and half-human.
The circle within a circle often symbolizes a secret society. The outer circle is unaware of what the “inner circle” does. How many circles do you see in the Starbucks logo (not counting the letter “o” or the Register mark)? I see six.
Circles also symbolize the sun, the egg (fertility), and the female anatomy.
Does the Starbucks mermaid really have two sets of “tailfins” in the logo? Or are those demonic cloven hooves, similar to those that Pan and the devil are usually depicted with?
And are those perhaps two Papal “Fish God” mitres below the occult/communist pentacle on the mermaid’s tiara? The Papal mitres were also chosen for their resemblance to the female anatomy. I’m referring to this:
The image to the left is a follower of the Philistine luciferian fish-god Dagon.
And so is the image to the right.
What exactly does “Starbucks” mean, anyway? I guess that’s what they worship: “Stars” (occult astrology) and “Bucks” (Mammon, the god of money), with two communist pentacles between “Starbucks” and “Coffee”, the same communist pentacles, by the way, that Wal-Mart and many other corporations now use.
Here is the original 1971 Starbucks logo:
The cloven hooves and the mitre analogies are missing, but she now has bare breasts, and the parted legs analogy is now pretty obvious, no?
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