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"Wicker beast challenge" – Game show: The Traitors

In this particular game, the camera angle was deliberately set to show the sunlight at the heart of the wicker beast.

“Light the beast”.

If you can put up with watching it, it’s a lot of symbolism packed into what is perceived to be fun. 

Immorality and ritual dressed up as a game show. 

What do you think?

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1 month ago

The Wicker Man was one of the ways Druids made human sacrifices. Very similar to the Iron Bull of Moloch. They’d encage the person/people to be sacrificed inside the wicker cage, then light it on fire. Wiki tries to discredit this reality, but an evidence is that the early Roman Catholic Church, who were Druids with a makeover, continued to require their burnings at the stake for quite a long while. They were still sacrificing the innocent, just beneath a new cover of “authority”.

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1 month ago
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Consider “Wizard of Oz” – Scarecrow (Wicker Man) Tin Man (Moloch) Lion (Maahes) Maahes was considered to be the personification of the burning heat of the sun, who took the form of a lion. ““The Lord of the Massacre”. He was given a number of other bloodcurdling titles including; “Wielder of the Knife”, “The Scarlet Lord” (referring to the blood of his victims) and “Lord of Slaughter”. – Ancient Egypt Online UK. “The devourer of captives”