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Back of liquor bottle

Owl, moon, eye, crown, hourglass…it’s all there

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Casinogirl
Casinogirl
3 months ago

They want people to unknowingly display their symbols in their homes

DC
DC
3 months ago
Reply to  Casinogirl

Too true, didn’t even think of that.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
3 months ago

Liquor stores are full of occult stuff. Fireball Whiskey and Original Sin cider come to mind. And Angry Orchard. I am sure that name and their iconography are references to the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

Taxman
Taxman
3 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

These are lgbtq liqours anyways. The people buying them have already committed themselves.

Noth
Noth
3 months ago

It’s just marketing. It’s more interesting and eye catching if it looks mystical.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
3 months ago
Reply to  Noth

Putting occult symbols on something magically activates it. It has an effect whether you are consciously aware or not, and it can reach a critical mass interacting with other similar objects. Some peoole are actual Satanists and put dark ritual energy on things and send them out into the world.

Jay
Jay
3 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

True story. Look into the product “Liquid Death,” which is a brand of bottled/canned H2O…in which the creators of this product openly admit actual Satanic witches cast spells on the product before it heads out to store shelves.

Lea
Lea
3 months ago
Reply to  Jay

Thanks, I’ve never heard of that product, but I’ll make sure to stay away from it!

https://loudwire.com/liquid-death-cursed-water-demon-magnet/

Last edited 3 months ago by Lea
Booger
Booger
3 months ago
Reply to  Jay

They do the same with music. They curse the music in the studio before it’s sent out to the masses.

rick
rick
2 months ago
Reply to  Jay

Maybe thats what makes it taste good. Demon spit! It can possibly be a perverse form of “holy water”, or rather “unholy water”.

Last edited 2 months ago by rick
Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
3 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

@whatevs I wanted to address your comnent that appeared briefly but was moderated away. You said my remark about magical activation was total bs. Don’t take my word for it, look at people like Aleister Crowley. Does he look like he was messing around? And I’d like to direct yoo to two resources. Watch the video VC posted, Altiyan Childs Exposes Freemasonry. Childs asks, if magic isn’t real why do the powers and principalities of the world bother with it? The second resource is the Bible. It says the same thing. Please just think about that before you dismiss it. We are gradually being surrounded by occult symbols. Think about why. It’s not just marketing.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
3 months ago
Reply to  Noth

And for anyone who doesn’t know, the figure on that bottle is the “great goddess” Semiramis, Cybele, Ishtar, Rhea, etc. It is the entity behind the Masonic Statue of Liberty, and it is the Scarlet Woman from the Bible, the female half of Satan. The crescent moon and owl are symbols of its underworld aspect, like Ereshkigal. That’s one nasty cocktail.

SL G
SL G
3 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Yes! Jonathan Cahn. Has a great book unveiling all of this in ‘Return of the gods’.. excellent book to understanding all the roots of todays significant culture

meowwow39
meowwow39
3 months ago
Reply to  Noth

Really dude, really? Stay asleep.

SL G
SL G
3 months ago

Statue of Liberty..

Taxman
Taxman
3 months ago

What rainbow warrior is buying espresso martini liqour anyways?

rick
rick
2 months ago

This is to invite spirits into their home. A mass ritual and is also indoctrination into their symbology. Inching people closer to new age religions.

The design is giving off a Tarot vibe.

Last edited 2 months ago by rick