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Eye in the Sky (liftoffentry.oreo.com)

Lately it seems I can’t go shopping without seeing at least one ad or store putting the one eye symbolism out there. At my local grocery store, there was this large display for a contest from Oreo to go into space in a capsule that is propelled by what they call a SpaceBalloon. This was apparently tech that was used by NASA as well according to the official website: Space Perspective

It can rise around 100,000 feet above the earth. Now that’s all fine and interesting, but that little eye in the Space Perspective logo caught my attention immediately. While one could argue that it was merely an aesthetic choice because of the nature of the experience of looking out at the earth and stars, keep in mind space exploration is usually in the realm and interests of the elite. 

Anyway, just thought this was an interesting find.

Introducing a new era in luxury travel experiences: Space Perspective is the world’s most radically gentle voyage to space. Travel adventurers can now reserve a seat on Spaceship Neptune and savor 360-degree views of planet Earth from 20 miles/30 km above in a luxurious six-hour trip. Up to eight guests can enjoy a beautifully appointed capsule, complete with a bar  (So you can get trashed in space apparently) and a bathroom, for $125,000 each.

A better look at the one eye logo

And just in case you’re saying to yourself that those innocent little Oreos aren’t doing anything wrong, let me remind you that they sold rainbow colored cookies to celebrate LGBTQ history month back in October 2020. Oreo and the Nabisco organization by extension is already pushing agendas. 

The Rainbow Cookies

What do you think?

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marie
marie
1 month ago

Well at least they didn’t do the fisheye lense in the center.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago

The pink, blue amd white are the transgender flag colors. Clicking on your link for the logo, the font used is differently sylized – the P’s and R resemble sickles or scythes. The E’s are different too, but I’m not picking up on what they mean.
The eye logo almost looks like two fishhooks – my gut reaction is that this is a lure for the gullible with money to burn.

Last edited 1 month ago by lgageharleya
Airplane Clouds
Airplane Clouds
1 month ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

The logo is definitely S shaped in the link provided but not in the above picture…

Weird because usually the symbol is trademarked and wouldn’t differ….

It’s spiral shaped as well….

Alin
Alin
1 month ago

Oreo cookies literally have the satanic cross on all their cookies, so no surprise