The hyper masculine channel, Spike, has an annual awards show where they give out “guys” choices for awards. This years show was recorded last week on June 7th, but airs tonight on June 11th, 2014 (shout out to Kathy for letting me know about this years occult theme).
Take a look at the award they give out; they call them “Mantlers.”
We’ve seen this in the post for Occult & Illuminati holiday traditions:
Samhain, (aka All Hallows Eve, aka Halloween), is a three day fire festival in which sacrifices were given to fires for the sun god. Samhain is a festival for the dead, as Beltaine is a festival for the living. There are a slew of traditions that occur during this festival of Samhain from Oct 29-31st, with the culmination on Halloween night. Samhain is the Celtic lord of the dead and is considered a stag god. A stag god in the occult is always a reference to the ancient male god Nimrod. He was depicted with one horn, or multiple horns appearing as antlers like Moloch:
Halloween is the night the stag god (male) takes power over the world, and remains in power through the lead up to the female spring goddess taking over again (Semiramis) on March 21st. On May 1st she is in full glory as the Earth Mother at Beltaine, while she leaves as an old lady at Halloween to start the cycle over again.
And I also just posted a two-part series on Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: Moloch, Owls, and the Horns of Satan:
The oldest mention of a horned deity starts with Nimrod, El, and Moloch. These somewhat-interchangeable deities were thought to be depicted as either a single or double horned-god who was worshipped in the Bronze Ages of Mesopotamian culture. He was one of multiple gods in these ancient Pagan cultures that we see the Canaanites, Sumerians, Phoenicians, Assyrians, and Babylonians devoting much energy and bloodshed. They were worshipping this deity to the point of sacrificing their own children (although some argue there is no definitive evidence of this, while others claim a counter-conspiracy cover-up of the disturbing practice). These ancient cultures believed that sacrificing their infants would appease the deity and they would in return have financial blessings, more fertility, good fortunes, or any other type of prayer worthy gift.
Anyone else find it strange that Matthew McConaughey received an award similar to the victim he investigated on True Detective?
And of course it wouldn’t be complete if Rihanna didn’t get in on the occult action…