Symbolism of the esoteric variety, is willfully placed in high budget works of entertainment and intended to be understood by a small group of individuals capable of recognizing and interpreting the hidden meaning or occult symbolism depicted. Various films, television programs, and even advertisements (such as those shown during Super Bowl 51) will feature interior or hidden elements including: Numerology, Metaphors & Allegories, and Illuminati or Esoteric Symbolism.
In the modern era, television commercials are utilized to display short messages with the intent to sell the viewer a good, service, or product. In 2017 advertisers are expected to pay $5 million per 30 second commercial spots which air during the Super Bowl football game. Since the viewership may reach record numbers, usually over 100 million, certain advertisers choose to utilize the moment to insert hidden symbols, (or allegories) often featuring occult or esoteric tropes within their particular ad. Last year the narrative of Super Bowl 50 featured three prominent esoteric themes which are allegory /hidden meanings for: Trans-humanism, Economic Collapse, & The Celebration Of The Goddess (Agenda To Elect Hillary Clinton As President)
Super Bowl ad creators play balancing act with products and politics
“At $5 million for a 30-second spot, Super Bowl commercials are expensive. But they also reach more people than any other TV ads, which puts pressure on creative departments to come up with something that is fresh, memorable and substantive. The market demands these expensive ads say something more profound than Drink More Beer.” …”What other messages will advertisers convey to a massive audience?”- NY Daily News
Those ‘other messages’ are often of an occult and divisive esoteric nature. In 2016 various ad agencies carefully selected entertainers who had campaigned for and embraced an agenda of globalism and the effort to elect president Donald Trumps cousin Hillary Clinton to the office of presidency. When their efforts failed, they turned to Clinton supporter and entertainment occultist Lady Gaga to represent the not-so hidden political narrative of division over the nation and rejection of president Trump.
“Lady Gaga is known for her outspoken political views and attention-grabbing outfits but for the Super Bowl, she says her sole message will be inclusion.” – AFP Relax News
The following Gematria study will attempt to deconstruct the hidden meanings and politics of Super Bowl 51, offering you a detailed analysis of the advertisements shown and the color tropes, or hidden allegories utilized for esoteric means. The following study will feature numerous spoilers for those individuals who have yet to see these commercials.
SUPER BOWL 51 ESOTERIC AD ‘SKITTLES – ROMANCE’
In this bizarre 2017 esoteric Skittles ad, an adolescent male, in an apparent attempt to woo his sweetheart, tosses candies through the window of a tall white mansion. The name Katie is called out 12 times, the first 6 times her name is given a momentary pause, before being called out 6 times again. The ad also shows a burglar and policeman catching candies in their mouth along with ‘Katie’. There are numerically 6 humans being fed Skittles, while 1 Groundhog is fed last. This is a common example of the popular 66 occult trope, where the Groundhog likely represents the 2nd month of February and stands alone as something unique to the 6 individuals shown. Thus 6 times the adolescent calls on Katie, pausing to call upon her 6 more times alludes to 66 x 1 (where the unique animal is equal to one). Meanwhile, the number on the mansion is shown as 20. According to the NY Post, however, the animal depicted in the ad is a woodchuck.
“The 30-second spot shows a teenage Romeo pitching the rainbow candies through an upstairs window to woo his girlfriend — then cuts to a shot of the girl taking turns with the rest of her family catching them in her mouth. A line of recipients is rounded out by a burglar, the policeman chasing him, and finally a woodchuck.” – NY Post
In 2016 the controversial Mt. Dew advertisement which utilized the phrase ‘Puppy Monkey Baby’, that particular phrase is repeated 12 times, or six times in the first portion of the ad and six times towards the end. This is a common example of 66 numerology that is used in the mainstream that the general public may not be aware. According to esoteric tradition, the numbers 6, 66, and 666 are what constitute a pathway for hex-craft or spiritual magic to be performed as a “charming” tool for both hexing and enchanting. This popular ‘tool’ is utilized by those acquainted with the occult, and who are apt to placing sixes within their symbols, logos, or narratives for the means of material enchantment and practical gains. Sometimes, however, the number six is utilized to deceive.
“You will also notice that Phillips 66’s crest has 6 points. It is the same for Highway 66 which was the first military road to the west to gather the gold.” – Free Man TV
Long before the Eurocentric mainstream media began to generate sensationalized stories about the dangers of so-called ‘fake news’, real historic news tycoons such as Benjamin Franklin, and later William Randolph Hearst, concocted a number of egregious lies that stirred up the unknowing general public.
A BAG OF SCALPS
In April 1782, Freemason Benjamin Franklin, created a counterfeit issue of the newspaper ‘Boston Independent Chronicle’, which stated that American Indians had scalped 1,016 Americans, including “29 infants ripped from their mothers bellies”, as trophies for the British elite and placed them in 8 boxes. The fake news article utilized a method of numerology including in the piece the numbers 8 and 88, stating that “88 scalps of Women; hair long, braided in the Indian Fashion, to shew they were Mothers”, were amongst the 8 boxes of gruesome contents. The Franklin propaganda article was inserted into the British newspapers of the era, likely shocking the citizens of Great Britain with its gory narrative of wartime atrocities committed by ‘savage’ Indians at the behest of the British government. Eurocentric secularist gloss over this episode in history, utilizing the art of omission, to characterize the lies of Benjamin Franklin as ‘delightful displays of humor’.
“He was a figure of genius and innovation, but worship of his ability to deceive and inflame politics through propaganda might be pause for thought. One wonders if he was indeed a ‘spy’ and rebel propagandist why his visits to the infamous Hellfire Club in London were not molded into a stunning political condemnation of the English aristocracy! Or why his stunning love of what was in reality English style puritan republican liberty did not fully extend to slavery or the preservation of Indian lands before, during and after the War of Independence. He greatly benefited from slave labour throughout his life, although he did release his slaves before his death, he was by this time no longer reliant on them. He did not even address the issue in 1787.” – Adam, Commentary At Journal Of The American Revolution
Utilizing a form of numerology to hex or enchant the reader to believe any given falsehood, or egregious lie, will often involve describing fictitious accounts that include the number patterns of 6 and 8. This is a popular ploy of those occultist familiar with the methods of Kabbalah magic or forms of deception through numbers. The readership of newspapers and consumers of Super Bowl 51 will likely never understand these popular forms of deception. In the previous example, Benjamin Franklin uses the month of April, as in April Fools Day, to deceive his readers to believe in a falsehood surrounded by the number 8. When counting the number of fictitious victims in reverse order, the fifth box of scalps is equal to 660, the common 66 trope on full display.
“Bad, ain’t it,” he boasts to a reporter visiting recently. “I got me six of these.”
During the 1950’s the ‘Washington Post’ had become host to a number of government paid shills, reporting on a variety of subjects without maintaining their integrity. This now declassified fake news program is known as “Operation Mockingbird”. In the years after ‘Mockingbird’, the 1980’s ‘Washington Post’ wasn’t any better, now desperate to manufacture an award-winning Black female journalist. They chose Janet Cooke. The narrative at the time was to support the ‘war on drugs’, while depicting the Black populace as ignorant and overly dependent on crack use and drug dealing. To meet the hideous goals of the ‘Post’, Cooke concocted the esoteric tale of an 8 year old Black child named Jimmy, a heroin addict and future drug dealer. She even gave him 6 Izod t-shirts. The usage of sixes and eights in the above manner is a classic tip-off that the story is false. Coupled with the fact that the story mentions Jimmy having a light sabre, with a ‘force beam’ that can turn on and off, a feat which Kenner Star Wars toys of the early 1980’s did not possess. She was of course awarded a Pulitzer Prize for her lies.
“I am convinced that Jimmy’s World was written to impress Whites. It was a natural for people who have fixed images of “raw, Black, ghetto life”. Incidentally Cooke knew very little about black ghetto life.” “By November, Cooke was working on another sensation designed to please White readers, the annals of a 14-year old prostitute and her black pimp. But that story didn’t fly.” – Vernon Jarrett, Chicago Tribune
SIXES EVERYWHERE AROUND YOU
The general public is exposed to a wide variety of hexing (enchanting/cursing) numerology through use of a superstitious device known as ‘Hex-Craft”. Hex-Craft is a technique utilized within the occult in order to manipulate the spiritual world (control hidden powers of the air) to bend to the will of the magician. As a practice it developed in the ancient period and is seen through use in amulets, magic squares, and modern era hex signs. The six pointed star of Wal-Mart, for example, is known as a magic sigil, or a hex sign. Hex signs are utilized in folk magic and neo-pagan ‘voodoo’ to charm or create ‘good-luck’ or curses upon the viewers of those signs.
“Unlike barn stars, which were painted directly on the sides of structures, the wooden hex signs, a term likely derived from the Pennsylvania German word “hexafoo” or “witch’s foot,” could be ported around and hung not just on barns, but anywhere. Ott (a folk artist) marketed hex signs as objects of folk magic, ascribing specific meaning and power to the symbolism on the signs.” Folk Magic – The Hex Signs Of Pennsylvania, Melissa Marshall
In rural parts of the Eastern United States, hex signs, which developed in the 1800’s, have come to be used by non-Pennsylvania Dutch persons as talismans for the purpose of folk magic and enchantment. Painted eight pointed octagon stars, representing the connected or ‘good-luck’ aspect of numerology, as well as six pointed hexagon stars, representing ‘curses or enchantment’ are a common sight on Pennsylvania Dutch barns in central and eastern Pennsylvania.
“In 2008 they (Wal-Mart) changed from a five pointed star to a sunburst. The sun is very popular in Freemasonry and mystery schools. The sun was worshiped by ancient civilizations such as Babylon and Egypt. Babylonian sun worship never went away. Babylonian sun worship has simply been hidden from much of humanities eyes. Sun worship is disguised in today’s cosmology (heliocentricity) in today’s music in the Roman Catholic church (halos) in many logos of corporations. The sun is important in Satan worship because the sun “brings light” as the name Lucifer means “light bearer.”
The Bible condemns sun worship (Ezekiel 8) and sun worship is a mockery of the true Son the Lord Jesus Christ. The truth is companies display the sun logo as a symbol of communication to let the initaited know they are working for the principlalites and powers.” – Things Done In Secret
SUPER BOWL 51 ESOTERIC AD ‘MERCEDES – EASY DRIVER’
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of AMG, Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster Commercial “Easy Driver” will be shown during Super Bowl 51, directed by The Coen Brothers. The ad features actor Peter Fonda of Easy Rider fame amongst a slew of bikers and Route 66 signs.
66 OR 666?
So why utilize this number in connection to roads or numerology? Super Bowl 51 will be on full display to millions of viewers and commercials like “Easy Driver”, and “Life Water” will utilize the magic number 6. In the numerical scheme, 6 is meant to represent the failure of man or his inherent nature to seek inequity and return to his sinful nature (nothing new under the sun – a biblical verse found in Ecclesiastes 1:9) , by which the ancients thought the fates to be guided by manifestations of nature, yet interfered with by the forces of Satan/ The Zodiacal Dragon. The numerical 6 is thus seen as a form of bondage to the sinful nature and tapping’s of mankind locked away in the hexagon of creation and at battle under the sun. In the biblical narrative King Solomon once sinned in three areas involving money, wives, and property – 111. His financial sin of collecting 666 talents of gold per year is indicative of the greed of men and the bondage of man to a spiritual master.
Placing sixes within amulets, or hex-signs, or logos is a means of prayer, an attempt by man to control the supernatural. A world beyond the one we can see where spirits of the air can be manipulated through numerology to either bless or curse the hex-craft user. A superstitious practice of the most esoteric design, unbeknownst to most, even the ardent scholar. Yet here the practice remains. During Super Bowl 51 companies will attempt to enchant you to fall under the spell of their magic, to purchase a Benz or drink a Life Water, all without the knowledge (gnosis) of the superstitious and occult reasoning behind placing their 6’s on practically everything.
Did you hear the one about the man who walked 6 miles barefoot in the snow? How about the circle of 6 children who cried over the loss of their beloved teacher at Sandy Hook? Let Benjamin Franklin tell you a yarn, he was known as Silence Dogood at age 16. If you like nice athletic gear check out little Jimmy, he has 6 pairs of Izod shirts.
“Get Your Kicks On Route 66”
In the early 1920’s the US roadway system was in great need of repair and consolidation of routes and highways. Warning signs were placed along various roads which read “Dangerous As The Devil”, while concrete obelisks marked key intersections. The practice at the time was to name highways or trails after members of an established blue-bloodline or in esoteric terms after the so-called Draco Seed. The Freemasons of the era developed an agenda to do away with the naming scheme of routes and replace them with a numerical designation that would be decided upon by the Committee Of Five.
The creation of a consolidated highway route was supported by Oklahoma’s governor Henry S. Johnston, who served as the Grand Master of the Masonic Lodge of Oklahoma and was placed in his position of power by a group of wealthy Democrats, Freemasons, and the Klu Klux Klan. The Oklahoma Highway Department was comprised of members loyal to the KKK who had earned the backing of oil tycoon Pat Henry, the wealthiest Klansman in Oklahoma. Johnston practiced various forms of magic and called upon the spirit realm to help him achieve personal success and wield greater political authority. His counsel of political advisors based decisions on matters of state by invoking astrology and the occult. Johnston even hired a mystical private secretary, Mrs. Oliver O. Hammonds, to help him engage in self-hypnosis and contact spirit beings . Mrs. Hammonds, an organizer for Women of the Klu Klux Klan, was appointed by Johnston to the position of Oklahoma Commissioners of Health.
“That Rosicrucianism, with its elves, pixies and goblins, should emerge from encyclopedic obscurity to become the foe of the representatives of Oklahoma goes to show how changed are the public evils which the politician of to-day must be prepared to fight. If the state secures the removal of Mrs. Hammonds, it is not certain that the victory will be so sweet. If her power is that of a “superior mental force, as a certain group of citizens say, the situation is rather more humiliating than crucial. And if the power behind the throne is really that of Rosicrucianism, who can consistently deny a place in politics to a cult of belief in alchemy?” – The Harvard Crimson, 11/7/1927
Oklahoma businessman Cyrus Avery, a 32 degree Freemason, was a member of the Committee Of Five. Avery was the original organizer of the Albert Pike Association, named in horror of the 33 degree Freemason and KKK leader. Avery was also a pioneer of the ‘good roads’ initiative, a project that Theorist believe was part of a plan to connect ‘a master system of highways’ to America’s Masonic lodges and establish routes that would generate money for fellow Freemasons.
Because Cyrus Avery did not support Henry Johnston in the general election, he was ousted from a position with the Oklahoma Department of Roads, largely due to the influence of the KKK in Oklahoma.
“The Kluxers pitched me out on my head although they had to change the law and create a Commission of five instead of three…..” – Cyrus Avery, 32 Degree Freemason Father of Route 66
Avery believed that the American Association of State Highway Officials would adopt the use of the Kabbalistic number 60 for the future roads program, thus he allowed 60,000 brochures printed showing this number crossing the state of Oklahoma. However, it was later argued upon by the delegates of the committee and a new number was sought and the brochures were ‘junked’. On 4/30/1926 the number 66 was agreed upon by Cyrus Avery and highway engineer John M. Page for occult reasoning. Oklahoman’s Page and Avery, shared Henry S. Johnston’s belief of numerology and the power of 66, and thus settled on designating the highway system Route 66 – all in the belief that the master number of 6 would grant them material pleasure or good fortune. On the occult pattern day of 11/11, in that same year, the Committee Of Five met again and established the historic Route 66 highway system. The highway was ultimately approved with the numerical designation of 66 by 32 degree Freemasons Cyrus Avery (Father of Route 66) and Frank Sheets, former president of the AASHO.
Number Six Conclusion
To conclude, mystery school religions and groups of upper elite are often found using the number scheme of 6 in order to ‘fool, trick, or deceive’. They invoke the so-called powers of the air, whether to bring them material wealth: Route 66, Philips 66, Motel 6, Wal-Mart (the logo of which is a six-pointed star), or to curse: Order 66, Sinister 6. The hex-craft pattern of applying the number 6 and 66 in popular culture is almost always in place. This is also where the ‘entertainment’ streaming device is given its name – Roku, meaning 6 in Japanese.
SUPER BOWL 51 ESOTERIC AD ‘LIFEWTR – INSPIRATION DROPS’
Pepsi released a new brand of water titled ‘Life Wtr’, which features artwork displaying the esoteric all seeing ‘eye of Udjt’ peering through an A-OK sign.
A-OK HAND MUDRA = 666 (OK SIGN)
A ‘mudra’ is a seal or mark illustrated through a gesture to invoke spiritual powers or supernatural forces to submit under human will, typically practiced via the Neo-Hindo (Hinduism) or yogi religious systems. The A-OK hand sign is a form of spiritual gesture known in Hinduism as part of a ritual or divine hand-craft sometimes called ‘gyan mudra’.
“The Vitarka Mudra is usually performed by joining the tips of the thumb and the index fingers together while keeping the other fingers straight, which is pretty much similar to Abhaya as well as Varada mudra but with the thumbs touching the index fingers. The circle formed by the thumb and the index finger symbolizes the constant flow of energy and information.” – Burmese-Art.com
The A-OK sign itself is called ‘vitarka’, (or chin mudra if facing down) and is one of many powerful mudra used to channel energy or forces throughout the human body. The word ‘vitarka’ usually holds three important mental or critical thinking attributes including; opinions, thoughts, and divination. The A-OK hand gesture is performed by connecting the thumb and index finger into a circle, thus creating an ‘O’, known to the Hindo as the “Wheel of Darma”. This hand-mind connection is said to represent the ability to begin discussion as well as to connect to a hidden power.
“Literally the meaning of mudras is a seal. It is called so because it seals the mind with the soul. Excercises falling under mudra are associated with retention of breath. In fact bandhas and mudras go together. Mudras control the vital forces (pranas: and there by the mind in order to awaken hidden mystic powers.” – Completenaturecure.com
The vitarka mudra represents six occasional or particular mental factors found in certain consciousness.
Application Of Thought
Desire To Act
For the upper tier elite, as well as those within the occult, the A-OK sign represents two-fold symbolism. The first being that of hex-craft and the typical 666 pattern, while the second represents the ‘Eye of Udjt’ (also known as the missing ‘Eye of Horus’).
“In ancient Sumeria and Persia, charms and amulets have been discovered of fingers and hands in the modern OK position, joined along with horns implying fertility. The three fingers extended outward are symbolic of ecstatic union with the Goddess, the third member of the pagan trinity. In Satanism, when making this sign the three fingers not used to make the circle are considered symbolic of the unholy trinity — horned God, Goddess, and offspring (antichrist). Some go so far as to adopt the view that the bent three fingers are shaped as three number six’s, or 666. Thus, we have 666, the sun deity (Lucifer), the Goddess (Mystery, Babylon the Great, Mother of Harlots), and the beast (antichrist, 666), all in one unitary hand sign.” – Texe Marrs
In English Gematria ‘Wheel Of Darma’ = 666
Opinions = 666 / A-OK Hand + A Chakgya = 666 / A Mudra + A Six = 666
A Vitarka + A Hand = 666 / Eye of Udjt = 666 / Udjt Sigil = 666