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Illuminati symbolism in American Horror Story

Season 3 of American Horror Story started up and this season is about a coven of witches (appropriately named Coven). Similar to the first two seasons it features some of the same actors playing different roles. Either way, the FX network is pushing symbolism of evil in all of its forms; lust, hate, devil worship, and occult symbolism.

Conspiracy theorist ‘Freeman‘ has been dropping knowledge on the occult symbolism found behind the network name ‘FX’ because in numerology it corresponds with ’66’. You get this because ‘F’ is the sixth letter of the alphabet, and ‘X’ is the 24 letter (2+4=6). I suppose you could argue that numerology involves continually breaking down until you get to one number, so 6+6=12, 1+2=3, but I’m not an expert on numerology. Interestingly enough, Freeman also points out that ‘FOX’ is ‘666’ (using the same numerology logic). The ‘O’ with the ‘X’ is important in that it symbolizes ’66’ and this same piece of symbolism is found all over the place.

For example, Russell Brand’s show Brand X (which is also on FX):

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And the comic series X-Men with all of its various forms of film and television shows features the O and X in its logo as well:

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And it goes on further. But the topic at hand is American Horror Story, which is on FX, so it already has occult/satanic ties.

Here’s some symbolism I’ve identified thus far:

The first part of the first episode in the season shows us a gory scene of a slave being forced to wear the head of a bull. Kathy Bates’s character (Madame LaLaurie) mentions how she has always been fascinated by Greek mythology and the Minotaur. The Minotaur is simply another representation of Moloch, the ancient deity the Pagans would sacrifice children to and devote their spiritual energy to:

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We always see this symbolism of the horned or stag god; for example, I just posted about the television show Hannibal and its symbolism:

Hannibal Moloch horns 2

Next we’ve got the symbolism of the name of this season; Coven, with the inverted triangle and All Seeing Eye of Horus in the center:

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We see the Triple Goddess symbolism with the three witches and the serpent (Satan) going through their souls:

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom American Horror Story Triple goddess

The promo for the show has a horn coming out of a mouth. Some say it’s a tongue, but to me it looks like a horn, referencing the stag/horned god yet again.

IlluminatiWatcherDotCom American Horror Story Horn Moloch

We see this symbolism as an offshoot of the Towel of Babel as well, which had the twisting tower to the skies, and in the worship centers of Babylon there were idols of Moloch throughout in which to sacrifice people to. The twisting horn is found in the Italian Horn and also unicorn horns:

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And finally, I caught this classic shot of Evan Peters who plays Kit Walker Kyle Spencer this season giving us the hidden all seeing eye:

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Here’s TheGroxt1 on youtube’s take of it. As always, I feel he’s stretching a bit but what do I know:

An investigative Look into the New Show Coven Showing the Little Horn of the Bible coming. The Seed of the Woman that Will bruise the head of the serpent.
The Head wound of the Bible. The Great Deception.
Gen 3:15 And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.

 

The second half of the season premiered and I realized that I hadn’t updated this since the middle of October. Whoops! So anyhow, notice the triangle (symbolism for manifestation in magic) with the Eye of Horus in the center of it with the Delphi Trust corporation:

 

American Horror Story Delphi Trust pyramid

 

 

Stevie Nicks appeared the on the show and sings Rhiannon, which I discuss in my book A Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory: The Illuminati, Ancient Aliens, and Pop Culture in Chapter 5:

More original theories are presented such as Rihanna’s occult origins, red dragons and their symbolism, and the Illuminati eugenics program being deployed through a transhuman robotic agenda. I also explain how David Icke’s theories of the Moon Matrix and Saturn Worship operate to manipulate us into a false reality. 

Chapter 5- Worship of Serpents, Dragons, Shape Shifting Reptiles and Transhumanism 

Gnostic Archons, Serpent Worship, Shape Shifters hijacking energy, Red Dragons, Rihanna vs. Rhiannon, Transhumanism Eugenics, Artificial Intelligence in a Facebook Virtual Reality, Bee Worship, Princess Diana’s ‘Unlawful Killing’ documentary review

 

 

 

 

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  1. Evan Peters actually plays Kyle Spencer in Season 3: Coven. He played Kit Walker in Season 2: Asylum. Thanks!

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  2. Yes I recently watched part of this episode I could only make it through 15 mins b4 turning that crap off. I agree with u that show it filled with demonic mess. Even the theme song flashes symbols here and there. Keep up the good work.

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    • It is only a show, you people take every little thing much too literal. Besides, there is nothing more corrupt than Christianity, or any organized religion. This is an anthology show which takes on different themes each season. Season 3 was about witches, so how would they not include symbolism? The next season is about a freak show, and there has been talk of underground societies to be a future theme. You guys will have a hay day then lol.

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    • I like horror movies..but this is too perverse for me. it’s not ordinary ‘scary’..it’s something far worse, demonic and meant to be demonic. This is not entertainment.

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  3. This is so stupid, you’re all fucking idiots. Its a HORROR SHOW, of course theres going to be symbolism and occult connections its meant to be scary you fucking idiots. they know exactly what they’re doing, get your head out of the fucking bible and relax.

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    • “It’s a horror show..”. Yes it’s a horror show but this American Horror Story trilogy goes beyond horror. It is rooted in such darkness, that as a horror buff even I was made to feel as if I was watching something forbidden, something far beyond ‘boogy man’ horror. This series has an intention, and it is not for mere ‘entertainment’. There is something else at play here, and unless you have lost all and any ability to perceive the difference between ordinary ‘scary’ and absolute evil you would conclude the same. “Freak Show” has pushed the envelope even further..it slides around the corners of the unspeakable best left where it began..in the bowels of hell itself. If anyone is an idiot sir, it is you. Or perhaps you just enjoy a taste of the macabre mixed with fetish, human agony and malignant contempt. This show is meant to seduce and corrupt; unfortunately high ratings will ensure its continued effect. This world isn’t filled with enough perverse complacency regarding its lack of human dignity, right? While we’re at it, let’s go even further and film a reality show so we can watch beheadings up close and personal or a sadomasochist fest with swingers. Current American Society has become a degenerative cesspool. Shows like this help that course. Wake up.

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      • Why do you even watch the show if you view it as “evil?”

        I’m a skeptic and an atheist,so please spare the bible lectures. I’ve heard them all, since I grew up Catholic. I’ve read the bible front to back literally. It is nothing but hogwash and unproven myths.

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  4. I REALLY wish conspiracy theorists, hobbyists and wingnuts would STOP comparing everything metaphysical, spiritual or goddess-oriented to the Illuminati.

    Yes, some people mis-use and abuse symbols, energy, spritual and/or majickal principles– just like some people mis-use and abuse sex and sexual energy.

    However for those of us who champion love, creativity, harmony with nature and life and the principle of “harm none” as much as possible it is a HUGE F*CKING INSULT to keep seeing everything from indigenous, folk and earth-religions depicted as evil.

    Last time I checked, I lived in America where I supposedly have to right to practice my spirituality without being crucified.

    1. I don’t hate Jesus (if he existed he seems like a great guy and I actually think theories about the “lost years” and esoteric aspects of his life are quite interesting.)

    2. I don’t worship or even necessarily believe in Satan.

    3. I don’t cast evil spells nor do I perform evil rituals to hurt/manipulate people or anything else stupid like that.

    4. Etcetera

    As far as Goddess worship is concerned, I happen to consider God as genderless or a mother because everything in nature is conceived through sexual union, asexual union or parthenogenesis (females birthing identical females which is found in some species.)

    EVERYTHING is birthed through the mother aspect. No where in nature is a child born from the body of a male.

    So yea, if God exists I’d consider it a mother– so shoot me. Please stop being @$$holes. Thanks!

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    • well the only reason goddess worship is highlight -in my mind- is because most “goddesses” date back to before babylonian times to Nimrod, who is the son of Cush from thr Bible. Who what a great man upon the earth, he went do different places and literally “buildeth a city” He created the land of Babel btw.
      HIS WIFE Semiramis, is the origin of all pagan mother gods, virgin mary (why do we worship her again?) Isis etc. Woman was very powerful to have such a lasting presence for sooo long.(she lived a few gen, after the flood)
      So when a tv show flashes goddess symbolism, its not because its some earthy folk religion but is a homeage to the mother Semiramis. Eg- Osiris(the dad) is Nimrod, Isis is Semiramis and Horus( i think thats the kid) is Tamuz. These are earthly people they worship, but you dont know who their “deities” stand for.

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    • I agree with you wholeheartedly about Goddess being Mother Earth. Hear ME out.
      Plato, Aristotle and Socrates existed in Ancient Greece. In no way did they treat women with respect. Plato despised creative outlooks of life since it wasn’t the ideal. That the afterlife is real, and that this realm is just a mirroring mirage of life. We never heard any women cry out and have these formulated ideas.
      It’s offensive that these ideas were passed on from ONLY men. Teachers taught that women were repressed. If we were to speak, we’d be executed. It happened in the Salem witch trials. Psychoanalysis-dick Freud hated women, with a satanic passion. He had mother issues that should have been solved but he is glamorized as THE key thinker for all Western psychology. Jung, at least, fled his side because he either was to be converted with the same mindset as Freud’s followers or he was going to be killed by Freud. All and all, the brief portion of history that is shown in broad daylight to us is that men WILL conquer while women were nothing. I insist that anyone agreeing with this concept will always be entirely wrong. As soon as Jesus is placed on the table for discussion, a hidden history is that the man himself had not turned water into wine but another village boy. People who OVER-worship Jesus and marry themselves to him I find it to be daunting. I GET people who come to my door in order to get me to convert to Christianity. You don’t see anyone else from another religion trying to persuade me with brochures and daily personal sticky notes… I don’t want to HAVE FAITH in that the afterlife for women is slaughter and being just meat and vapid, mindless bimbos in order to please men. That our life only consists as just sows to birth children or infants to have them sacrificed because men hated us. Man-made minds destroy nature (logging of the likes) in order to consume and mass produce places, globalizing as we go, in order to find what’s best for us. We think of animals as filthy and dumb when in retrospect of this conversation, they are intelligent as much as people and that they are human. But we kill and dismiss them as much we can. I don’t see the correlation between knowing that Ancient Greece had plentiful Gods and Goddesses but we choose Jesus as our savior. Hades and Zeus are brothers. I read it in a book that God and Satan are brothers. Satan was the anti-Christ because he led a rebellion against his brother because he found it was selfish that his brother had the throne and he didn’t since he should have reigned. The ruling nature that God had was questioning, so he needed to have the throne. In order to keep things quiet, God stripped his brother’s wings and cast his brother out of heaven. Now we associate the fact that Hades is the bad one, when in due respect, you need BOTH of these deities at your side. Not just one. But it wasn’t only just those two. You needed the whole lot! Venus is portrayed as THE mother of destruction. I don’t agree. She rebelled with the power she gained from manipulation in order to have her needs met. She was a female and they were dealt as lower beings. Of course, Mother Earth Gaia in Roman mythology probably had the same issues surrounding her. There is then Persephone and Hades relationship. What? Am I supposed to parallel Persephone (embodying nature and summer in her own right) as evil? I rambled, sorry. But question that. I do believe in Goddesses more than JUST the one God. Why do we worship different deities and one needs to dictate that we’re doing it wrong? Of course evil should never reign, but the idea of sticking with one idea does not suit me. Be fair.

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  5. P.S. People have abused Christianity just like they abused metaphysical, spiritual and so-called “occult” concepts. Christianity has been used to justify things like war, slavery, racism, genocide, SEXISM, imperialism and etc.

    Good or evil is a choice that is in the heart of each individual.

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  6. I’m a huge believer but AHS, seriously? This post points out every obvious part of the show. This season is about a COVEN. Every episode has blatant signs of the occult and witchcraft, it’s part of the story. The symbolism between the minotaur etc comes up in later episodes, and that is exactly what it is, symbolism, the writers aren’t hiding anything.
    Sometimes, just sometimes, not everything is a huge conspiracy.

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  7. I agree with Olla wholeheartedly about Goddess being Mother Earth. Hear ME out.
    Plato, Aristotle and Socrates existed in Ancient Greece. In no way did they treat women with respect. Plato despised creative outlooks of life since it wasn’t the ideal. That the afterlife is real, and that this realm is just a mirroring mirage of life. We never heard any women cry out and have these formulated ideas. It’s offensive that these ideas were passed on from ONLY men. Teachers taught that women were repressed. If we were to speak, we’d be executed. It happened in the Salem witch trials. Psychoanalysis-dick Freud hated women, with a satanic passion. He had mother issues that should have been solved but he is glamorized as THE key thinker for all Western psychology. Jung, at least, fled his side because he either was to be converted with the same mindset as Freud’s followers or he was going to be killed by Freud. All and all, the brief portion of history that is shown in broad daylight to us is that men WILL conquer while women were nothing. I insist that anyone agreeing with this concept will always be entirely wrong. As soon as Jesus is placed on the table for discussion, a hidden history is that the man himself had not turned water into wine but another village boy. People who OVER-worship Jesus and marry themselves to him I find it to be daunting. I GET people who come to my door in order to get me to convert to Christianity. You don’t see anyone else from another religion trying to persuade me with brochures and daily personal sticky notes… I don’t want to HAVE FAITH in that the afterlife for women is slaughter and being just meat and vapid, mindless bimbos in order to please men. That our life only consists as just sows to birth children or infants to have them sacrificed because men hated us. Man-made minds destroy nature (logging of the likes) in order to consume and mass produce places, globalizing as we go, in order to find what’s best for us. We think of animals as filthy and dumb when in retrospect of this conversation, they are intelligent as much as people and that they are human. But we kill and dismiss them as much we can. I don’t see the correlation between knowing that Ancient Greece had plentiful Gods and Goddesses but we choose Jesus as our savior. Hades and Zeus are brothers. I read it in a book that God and Satan are brothers. Satan was the anti-Christ because he led a rebellion against his brother because he found it was selfish that his brother had the throne and he didn’t since he should have reigned. The ruling nature that God had was questioning, so he needed to have the throne. In order to keep things quiet, God stripped his brother’s wings and cast his brother out of heaven. Now we associate the fact that Hades is the bad one, when in due respect, you need BOTH of these deities at your side. Not just one. But it wasn’t only just those two. You needed the whole lot! Venus is portrayed as THE mother of destruction. I don’t agree. She rebelled with the power she gained from manipulation in order to have her needs met. She was a female and they were dealt as lower beings. Of course, Mother Earth Gaia in Roman mythology probably had the same issues surrounding her. There is then Persephone and Hades relationship. What? Am I supposed to parallel Persephone (embodying nature and summer in her own right) as evil? I rambled, sorry. But question that. I do believe in Goddesses more than JUST the one God. Why do we worship different deities and one needs to dictate that we’re doing it wrong? Of course evil should never reign, but the idea of sticking with one idea does not suit me. Be fair.

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