Occult Icons and Predictive Programming in Military Black Ops

Occult Icons and Predictive Programming in Military Black Ops

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From Cool ToolsEmblems from the Pentagon’s Black World Guide to secret iconography

From ancient times military forces have employed occult symbols and operated upon metaphysical principles. Military conquests were long charted by seers. History records the influences of the Chaldean magi astrologers upon the court of the legendary King Nebuchadnezzar (also found in the second chapter of the Book of Daniel in the Old Testament), of Alexander the Great, who consulted a personal seer and the ancient Greek and Roman gods under which armies fought. Modern history records the occult influences which played heavily on the Third Reich of Adolf Hitler through the Thule Society. NASA is the militarized space program which poses as a government funded “exploration program”, but in fact develops the hardware and deployment services for military and intelligence satellites.

“To Serve Man” was the ominous episode from the 1960s TV series, “Twilight Zone” which featured a deceptive use of the term “to serve” by human eating aliens. Ominous? Or intentional? Given the horrifying scenario of the 1966 movie “Soylent Green” could it have been a masterful use of predictive programming intended to signal the intents of the illuminist New World Order?

Given the history of post-WWII resettlement of occultist Nazi scientists through the CIA, various government “research” projects, and the links to high level occult figures such as L. Ron Hubbard(Scientology) and Aleister Crowley to Jet Propulsion Laboratories through co-founder, Jack Whiteside Parsons, we see a pattern that can conclude that there is little separation between occultism and military—past and present.

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