Saturday, January 10, 2015

Google celebrates 666 with Hangouts Icon and in honoring the immoral Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Google adds to their substantial collection of images that conceal the symbols of the mark of the beast.

The hangouts icon that is a “double quote” is inside a dialog balloon. Each tick looks like a 9. Rotated 180 degrees, it looks like two sixes inside a big six.

666. Revelation 13:16-18

Another kind of mark of the beast symbol is formed by their "hi" icon. The crossing h forms a t cross - inside the circle - a letter form that is, all by itself, a circle cross! HI = Horus "i" or Eye.

Their Hangouts video cam is stylized to present a V shape. The V shape is half of an X, which implies a cross inside their circle dialog balloon. This is the subtle kind of XO symbol that is being leveraged by the Mazda, Infinity and Lexus brands. The VW logo illustrates how that works.

Google's celebration of the immoral artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec features a tripling of their name in a way that presents a sly captioning along with some Occult references to the mark of the beast. The painter's palate covers letters of the three “Googles” in this painting of tawdry women. The top line reads, OGLE.

"to look at (someone) amorously or lustfully"
"a flirtatious or lewd look"

It's a caption. Showgirls are ogled.

But, that's not all they've hidden. The G looks like a 6. (Thanks Martin) GGG = 666. The O is code for 6, because it's the 15th letter and 1+5=6. OOO = 666

Google's popular Chrome browser is always displaying the 666 that is concealed in their colorful eye icon, and presents the ubiquitous cross circle icon every time you close a tab, requiring the users to interact with it. These things are magickal symbols, harvesting, projecting, preparing the world for the coming beasts of Revelation 13.

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