Saturday, June 13, 2015

The Flame Symbol Cropping Up All Over

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

The Flame Symbol Cropping Up All Over

One thing I have noticed is this flame symbol showing up in the logos of politicians and also in false Dominionist, globalist Christian ministries. It seems to be all over.

Seventh Day Adventist church

The Unitarians are in on this action too

Rand Paul has his flame with torch for his logo. [He's part of the same system too]

Different churches have this three-part flame as well as globalist directed ministries.....

and other organizations...

Is this symbol being so widely used as a nod to Lucifer as the "bringer of light"? Is this an advanced torch symbol now always with three tiers to the flame? Surely some use the symbol not knowing it's real meaning but have you noticed this one is growing more numerous? I believe the three lines or "flames" have meaning too. "Triple flames" appear in the occult. Even the Celts had a symbol that was three flames:


"Celtic Symbol of the Triple Flame (Arwen):

The ancient Celts were keenly aware of the metaphorical significance of fire and its spiritually transformative properties. Examples of this knowledge are found in Celtic statues and art in the form of three flames or rays found upon the faces of deities or Celtic clansmen and women. These flames were rendered in lines aspiring up and outwards to the subject's forehead with the base of the three lines meeting at the bridge of the nose. This motif is symbolic of Arwen a Celtic concept of enlightenment, inspiration, and total unification of polarities (in other words, a calm balance struck between male/female, physical/ethereal, etc. within the human awareness)."

and then there is this:

"Tomoe (Mitsu tomoe, Futatsu tomoe, Tomoe-mon, Fire-wheel)

This symbol is ubiquitous on Buddhist and Shinto temples all over Japan. Its name is tomoe, meaning turning or circular, referring to the motion of the earth. The tomoe is related to the yin yang symbol, and has a similar meaning, representing the play of forces in the cosmos. Visually, the tomoe is made up of interlocked flames (or magatama) resembling tadpoles.

The most common tomoe emblem has three flames (triple, or ‘mitsu’ tomoe), but one, two, or four are not uncommon. A mitsu- tomoe reflects the threefold division of Shinto cosmology, and is said to represent the earth, the heavens, and humankind. It is often associated with the Shinto war deity Hachiman."Some will claim that the Holy Spirit is displayed as a tongue of fire, and that is all that these churches are doing, but I think there is something more insidious about this flame symbol especially the ones with three parts. This is connected to torch symbology as well.

The TORCH is a symbol used within the occult:

"Masonic author, Manley P. Hall, 33 Degree Mason, states that "the torches represent the occult arts and sciences, the doctrines and dogmas by the light of which Truth is made visible." [Hall, Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians to Which Is Added an Interpretation of the Crata Repoa Initiation Rite , Los Angeles, The Philosophers Press, 1937, p. 122; Emphasis added]"

Notice how many of these are shaped like tear-drops or "6"s as well. They draw the flame a certain way on purpose.


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