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Welcome back to A called symbolism and pop culture. You know who I am? You know what I’m here to do? I’m here to joke I guess. Oh, I tried to do a SAM Tripoli x g. I am Isaac Weishaupt. And today we’re continuing our start sorry, my chest coffin. Did a I just got back from the CrossFit the greatest place on Earth, and a lot of cold air. So huffing and some cold air to 3020 10 workout of back squats and burpees and running. So I’m a little gassed. But anyway, we’re here to talk about Starbuck part two, part two. If you listen to part one, we talked about Abraxis, the occult god of Gnosticism. We talked a little bit about the idea of Starbucks logo. Sorry, let me back up. We’re talking about the Starbucks logo, right, the fish lady with the Bob’s out for all to see. We talked about how this looks very much like the chicken heads the snake god of Abraxis, who also has the twin serpent tail. We talked about how there are different theories as to what Abraxis is a talisman a play on the magical word Abracadabra. And the names of God right. We talked about various figures like Carl Jung and how they said that Abraxis was God and the formula from the zohore of how to pronounce the name is what gives the magician control over the unseen realm of the subatomic all kinds of wackiness, and of course, this all came from a post, I saw a viral post from Pastor Greg Locke. Who said, the Starbucks logo is 1,000% Lilith. And Starbucks is communist, and godless, and also a coven of witches. It’s all those things, which doesn’t make any sense. Because if it’s a coven of witches, then there’s a God and God, they believe in a horned God and the goddess of nature. I don’t think Greg Locke knows what he’s talking about. I’ll just go ahead and say that. And I’m just a hater. You know, I had a conversation with my new best friend Mary Reaver. The owner of the Laura Palmer House, if you haven’t listened to that interview, please do is very good. And I think I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m just I’m just a hater. I’ve decided I don’t like any other theorist. I don’t know why. I don’t know what started this. I just feel like since the pandemic and Trump and Q, I now trust nobody. And I’ve been on the fence about it, because you know, I can all have friends that are conspiracy theorists, you know. And that’s no shade to them. I like them. I don’t say I’m not saying every theorist is wrong with me. But I do have a tendency to be a hater. And I don’t know what to do with that. Do I just roll with that? I think I do. I think I just roll with it. I think they’re all wrong. I don’t know. Don’t listen to me. What the hell do I know? I’m just presenting the information. You believe who you want to believe? It looks like 227,000 people follow Greg Locke on Instagram. So he’s doing okay for himself. But I look I don’t know the guy No, read a book of his I’ve never heard a full lecture. I saw a two minute video on Tiktok of him saying that Starbucks was the logo was all these things. And I dismantled that particular argument. Now you could argue that he’s got a longer explanation for what he meant by those things. I’m willing to hear it out. Okay. Because you know what, Greg Locke mean, you are on the same team. We’re on the team of of Christ. I just think he’s got it wrong. That’s That’s it. I got a little a lot of heat when we get into religious discussions. Because I am of the Christian, the Orthodox Christian camp that believes in worshipping Christ in private, and you live up to your values. And no, I’m not into judging other people and things like that. Whatever. Moving on, Starbucks part two. We’re gonna actually go back to the original description of this low of this logo. What are the people who made it say let’s listen to them first, right, that carries a lot of weight. We’re going to talk about Norse woodcuts, sounds boring. Kind of is depictions of mermaids and sirens and mellow Sina Ah, who, ironically will support Greg Locke’s theory. I’m gonna support Greg Locke by the time this is over. By goodness. Sorry, it’s high tea Isaac today. So I’m filling Uber feisty, all right. But we are going to run to end up coming back around and saying, You know what, Greg Locke might not be too far off base. Something to do with that logo and connected to selling one soul witchcraft, ritual magic, all those things. So without further ado, the Starbucks logo right from their own website. Let’s see what they say. Right. They call it the siren. They say the siren is our muse, the face of our brand her image and are our strong word mark our most recognizable brand assets. The preferred approach is to use the siren logo by itself unlocked from the word mark. This allows flexibility to present the siren with greater prominence while maintaining a considered open and modern presentation. Well, that reminds me before this is over, I’m going to also tie this logo, possibly to aliens, which, through some degrees of separation, you could say, connects us into Luciferian one world government, which you could argue connects us into communism and godless stuff. And Greg Locke, all right. From the Shopify article of all places Shopify article on the history of Starbucks, this is an I’ve read this on several sources. I’m just choosing to read it from this one. Sorry, a minute. Burpees got me good today. Oh, it’s getting colder out. See, that’s the problem. You know. In 1971, the Starbucks founders wanted an unforgettable name for their new coffee company, they had heard the words beginning in S T, were alluring and memorable. And so they initially settled on Star Bo, the name of a mining town that they came upon on a map. They thought of Starbuck the name of one of the characters from Herman Melville’s classic maritime tale, Moby Dick. Since they were sorry, I’m going to doing two things and once you’re looking at where the star gold mining town was, I didn’t I didn’t finish that. Or star bow up. At first glance, it looks like it’s up in Washington state which would make sense right because that’s where Starbucks is near apparently. Which of course ties into Twin Peaks, right? Some damn good coffee. Damn good coffee. Since they were selling coffee, beans, tea and spices from around the world, it made sense for their moniker to nod to the seafaring tradition of the early coffee traders. As the Starbucks website states. When designer Terry heckler sat down to design the Starbucks logo he focused on the brand’s nautical theme through his research heckler was inspired by Norse woodcut of a two tailed siren from the 16th century. It’s a metaphor for the allure of caffeine, the sirens who drew sailors into the rocks he told Seattle Times in 2011 I’ve been cutting back my caffeine by the way I’m down to three ish cups a day I was drinking a lot far too much and my sleep is better I have I have deeper sleep and more dreams more vivid dreams
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the logos inviting aura and association with seafaring tied together central ideas of the Starbucks brand making great coffee from around the world accessible in an appealing space. which I would argue is not what they offer. I do not like Starbucks coffee. Oh, nothing against our coffee actually think that’s probably pretty good coffee. They just make it so because I drink coffee black. And when you drink coffee black it’s like too intense. Like it’s too smoky it’s too strong. Like it’s undrinkable. When you drink you’re black so you end up putting lots of milk ease and sugars in there. And I think that’s why they do it because most people drink lots of sugar and milk ease in their coffee. And I think they they have no love for the black coffee drinkers which is insane because that’s the true coffee drinker right? I don’t know why they don’t make a blend for folks who drink it black and then a blend for folks who put the sugars in the milk ease in it. So they need to do if they want it look and I’m okay with Starbucks. I actually have no problem with them. I just if I want if I’m on the road and I need a black coffee, I’m not going to Starbucks not doing it. Or I go to Starbucks and I gotta With the sugars in the in the creamy Xena and then it doesn’t taste like coffee to me and I’m like what am I drinking here an article on Atlas Obscura talks about this woodcut because that’s what they’re saying they’re saying the image was found on a 16th century Norse would cut Okay. While some have tried to track down the 16th century Norse would cut from the original image, which the oh sorry, which the original image was called. Others like Blogger Carl pyridium argue that such a wood cut never existed. But the time would cut images on paper arose in medieval Europe, around 1400 Give or take. There weren’t any people that you could properly call Norse. The woodcut was likely drawn from an image of mellow seen, or mellow Cena as I’ve seen, it was popular in France in Northern Europe during the 15th and 16th 18th centuries. This first siren had bare breasts, a plump stomach with a belly button, and promiscuously splayed tails. Though redesigns I’ve hidden these features, Howard Schultz, the businessman who transformed Starbucks into a contemporary global coffee Empire described her as bare breasted, and Rubenesque. In his book, pour your heart into it, How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a time. Now, gonna go with that. Okay, so there’s something in the back of my mind, that was weird. I actually created the first part of the show, and completed most of my second part research, and I was on Twitter and someone. And ironically, Sam Tripoli, had tweeted an image of the different Starbucks Abraxis iterations. And someone in that thread linked to a Robert spiffier YouTube video about the history of the Starbucks logo. And I started to watch it. I think it’s like 49 minutes. I made it maybe five minutes, and I was like, wow, it’s a little too stuffy for me. You know, I need a little more. Little more sensationalism. You know what I mean? Like, I watched too much Real Housewives of Salt Lake to watch a 50 minute biography, but it looks like he was on the same path. I was the same. This is tied into mess. Mellow Cena. Okay. So, did this Norse woodcut image ever exist? Why would they claim it? If that’s not? What happened? Maybe this person was just confused, maybe. Okay, I’m gonna keep reading from this article here. In the 14th century, a French text was published that describe the story of Messina a beautiful queen whose bottom half became serpentine while she bathed. This character soon became associated with a twin tailed siren then reveals the first usage of this siren says the particular split tailed and long locked mermaid whose descendants populate coffee cups all over the world first appears on the mosaic floor of a cathedral and Pissarro, Italy. This mosaic was created during the Byzantine then era, in the seventh century, 500 years later, she became a focal part of the mosaic and the art ront Oh, Toronto cathedral. Now, ironically, the website in which I’m reading this content, it shows you an image of these mosaic floors. And the image it shows us is a depiction of Satan and hell, and that’s what the caption even says, which I found intriguing to say the least. And it’s because the mosaic on the floor shows us the creation story, the tree of life, and bad things to avoid right. vices. And this is where you see the siren the mermaid because sex with mermaids is advice. The sirens are the alluring lust. Okay. And, you know, fun fact, Christopher Columbus. He couldn’t resist the vices, the lust for the mermaids and he proceeded to have sex with a manatee. As the legend goes, he thought they were they were sailing to America and he thought he saw the mermaids of mythology and they were manatees. And allegedly, from what I read, he made sexy time with it. How does one have sexy time with a manatee? I don’t know I find it hard to believe that story to be honest. But nonetheless so Part One we said maybe it’s Abraxis but it’s like well, that Abraxis has the chicken head and if we’re saying it’s not Abraxis and it’s a mermaid or a siren well let’s dig into that with the Mello Cena as that exact figure okay there’s a different website history the history girl dot blogspot from 2016 talks about Mello Cena this particular mermaid who apparently Robert Sephia and myself are and some others right like I’m not I’m reading it online a lot of people say the Starbucks logo is based on Mello Cena. Okay, Mila Cena it says the mermaid, her two tailed sister and their feathered Greek cousin the siren were associated with the death and destruction of men. Their origins are almost certainly pre Christian, rooted in the worship of water spirits and goddesses associated with rivers, lakes and the sea. Their presence in Christian places of worship could suggest that they still needed to be oh boy propriate potatoes which means appeased or pacified. The churches that contain examples of these strange and fascinating images are often although not always near the sea. The mermaids were also probably there to offer a different kind of warning against women in general. They’re all like that down there really? Look at that Mello, Cena, lust in particular, and sins of the flesh. So, I know we’ve talked about a lot of strange things that’s kind of that’s kind of come back around here. Because the the question we’re trying to focus on is star bees. Illuminate confirm. Okay. Well, is it Abraxis? I don’t think so. Because it doesn’t have that chick. Wat wat chicken hid? Is it a mermaid siren? Probably. Is it from a 16th century Norse woodcut? Like the co founder Terry heckler claimed, no it is not. So what is he talking about? And to prove that further, different website the Scott Smith blog. It says the Norse cease to exist as such around 1300 wood cuts didn’t arrive in Europe until around 1400. Finding a 16th century Norse woodcut would be like finding a photograph of Leonardo da Vinci or selfie of Abraham Lincoln. It just didn’t happen. And on that same blog, Scott Smith blog, it says something else very interesting. According to the symbol dictionary, the twin tailed mermaid is Melusine or Melih. Sunday, a siren of anguish a pet a body type. I didn’t know what that meant for a minute. I’m gonna have to look that up, folks. All right, folks, I’m gonna look it up. And angry pet a. My Alex Jones voice is turning more into Billy Bob Thornton was that movie where he plays a mentally disabled person. Mash taters. And okay, angled PED is a kind of divinity often found in magical amulets characterized by having serpents for legs. Okay, let me let me back up. A siren of anguish pet a body type, who is also a symbol and alchemy.
The Legend of Melusine a runs deep in French history, even to the days of Charlemagne. Several royal houses trace their lineage from Melo Sienese family, including houses of Plantagenet anger viene en en Ju. Many rulers and when you and we’re talking about the the history of French France and the bloodlines, this is something we talked about my very first book a grand unified conspiracy theory, you can get it for free, go to Illuminati watcher.com Sign up for my free email newsletter, and I will send it to you. The email newsletter is just me sending you updates on new shows, new merch and appearances. You know, I usually email maybe once a week, sometimes twice at the most. But I own it I’m not going to sell it ever. I promise you. So sign up. I’m not going to spam you out. The so anyways, um, and you can read about the history of France and the how the logo ties into the B and the B is a symbol for magic. All this stuff okay, many roles are French descent through history including Richard the Lionheart have claimed to be descended from the devil. As cited by the historian Flori. The chronicler gr lo Cambrian reports that King Richard was fond of telling a tale that he was a descendant of a Countess of Anju. Who was in fact the fairy Melusine a, concluding that his whole family came from the devil and would return to the devil. There’s the Faustian bargain right there. The Faustian pact is tied into mellow scene. And mellow scene is the Starbucks logo. So it seems more than leave that mellow scene specifically, is the mermaid in question on the Starbucks logo more than some random mermaid from a 16th century Norse woodcut that didn’t exist. So it was really curious here is that Melusine is supposedly in a bloodline with the devil. And the first depiction of her is a scene in hell and all the vices. So I’m surprised because I started this journey as a way of saying, Look, this, this Greg lock, he’s like Bible thumping, and he’s being excessive and whatever. And look, I don’t mind a little Bible club, and I love Christ. But sometimes I think some of the Christians get a little overzealous, and they get a little crazy. start burning books and telling people how to live and I’m just like, man, it’s going a little too far for me. But here we are. I can’t deny the link here. All right. And again, I’m not I don’t embrace Kancil culture. I’m not like, Oh, don’t you dare drink Starbucks, you’re giving money to the devil? Yeah, that’s up to you, right? Whenever you think I don’t. If we unpack, let’s unpack that Millstein thread a bit more. There’s an opera, which I found in my research. If you read from a book called defeating dominion, the discourses of magic in witchcraft, there is a chapter that talks about women having supernatural powers, and how they help normal men like basic men. And mills. Seanie is described as having a bit of a curse attached to her. Okay. The curse, of course, is that her on Saturdays, her legs turn into twin serpents. And she marries his husband, and it makes him promise to never seek her out on Saturdays. Saturdays are for the boys. And in exchange Melusine says, look, as long as you don’t, don’t touch me, Don’t come near me on Saturdays. I’m gonna do my thing. And in exchange, I will give you wealth, happiness, land castles, eight boys, all the things you could ever want. And it was all good, but her husband Raimond has a brother and his brother starts tripping out always like, it’s like, bro, what do you think she’s doing on Saturdays, man? She’s with her boyfriend, bro. Wake up, dude. So as she’s bugging man, she’s out sleeping around. And rebound is like oh, we’re not doing that. You know, the vibes. I’m gonna go crash the party right now. And he goes the Finder and he does. And he busts open the door. There she is. With her half snake fish dragon legs. And she’s chilling in her little Saturday bathtub. Now he doesn’t tell her he sees her and she doesn’t know. But she’s the All Knowing she knows that he saw her. So he starts acting out and he started saying that, hey, maybe this chicks a witch. And they ended up divorcing and Melusine gets punished. Also, she doesn’t get this immortal soul with him in their Christian marriage that she was originally trying to do. That was her end of the deal. Point being this opera says that Melusine was accused of being a witch because she does a sort of Faustian pact for husband Raimond giving him all the you know, the great things so maybe this may be Greg Locke stumbled upon an element of truth here you know, maybe, I mean, he says Starbucks is run by a coven of witches. But I mean there’s a thin thread here from the logo to witchcraft so I mean, do without wilt with that information. And But wait, there’s more. There’s more. We’re not quite done yet. We’re almost done. I found a research article entitled Melusine and the Starbucks Siren by Sarah Allison. And it talks about this confusion of Melusine being the logo, and it questions if a double tailed mermaid on the cup is actually the same entity as Melusine. All right, she says, All medieval authorities agree that from the navel downwards Melusine was a snake and not a fish, and indeed, was a kind of flying serpent. It seems odd therefore, that the woman with the double fish tails should be blazing a mellow scene in German heraldry. And then it goes through a bunch of stuff and it concludes with the following. Same thing I’m finding in my research about the Starbucks logo obscurity a little bit. Because he dug deep in all this stuff. She says it is unclear how the traditionally one tailed Melusine became linked to this image. Tracing the source of the Starbucks logo leads to an obscure end, but it’s similar double tailed mermaid is bound in art and heraldry. And Sarah says that the image seen which again, the creator claims he sought on a 16th century Norse woodcut could have been from this 1962 Dictionary of symbols by Juan Eduardo SEER lot that has an image of a double tailed siren from the 15th century. So I’m not sure where to go with all this. You know what I mean? Because according everything we’ve looked at, we’ve connected the logo, possibly to a Gnostic God Abraxis, possibly to a fairy mermaid named Mel Cena who could have been a witch or a facilitator to the Faustian bargain, a product of the devil itself, or a 16th century Norse woodcut that apparently never existed. And with all these theories, that don’t add up always, it leads me to believe with zero evidence, by the way that the Starbucks logo may have been channeled inspiration. Maybe it came to this guy in a dream. Like how David Lynch channeled the information about what the red room looked like for his twin peaks show from a hot car roof. And this aligns real nicely with the theories and the ideas presented in Professor data basalt his new book encounters, right. And American cosmic if you haven’t visited my two interviews with Donna Pustaka, I don’t know what you’re doing head there. Next. fact let me put a little reminder for myself put a link in the show notes. I’ll try to remember it was the last it was just a couple shows ago. A different realm or a different dimension has information that people can tap into protocols rituals to cut to channel higher intelligence information. That’s the idea. Plus, if you consider the ideas of contacting higher intelligence as going back through Timothy Leary, Aleister Crowley, John D. It is interesting that the Starbucks logo looks like another one of these fish Gods described by the Nomo of Mali. The you know, the daggone the daggone fish people that came from Sirius Sirius of course the source of the limit current of the Aleister Crowley New Age Oh on us of Babylonian mythology.
Now synchronistically I’m reading Robert Anton Wilson’s cosmic trigger right now. And I’m not even joking this passage. Just literally today. This morning. was doing a little work around the house. Listen to the little Wilson. Get this the Stella I don’t know how you pronounce that the steely steely the steely the steel of revealing contains, in addition to new at Horace and och phenom con su, in mysterious winged globe. Dr. Jacques Vallee, in the invisible College gives several other forms of the winged globe from Egyptian and Gnostic sources, and points out the similarity to modern sketches of UFOs by witnesses or contact ease. The Winged globe with an eye on it appears in an ancient Assyrian seal found by astronomer temple and reproduced in his serious mystery. In this case, it is accompanied by a oneness the Water God, whom temple identifies as probably an extra terrestrial visitor from Sirius no note the fishtail on aloneness. Now look at the illustration on page 113, which is a drawing from the Dogon tribe of Africa. I think I had that backwards. I said that I was Nomo The tribe is doggone the fish gods they believe in was no where the Nomo whom they claim was a visitor from serious note the similar fishtail Dr. John Lilly, who has duplicated much of Timothy Leary’s research and supplemented it with hypnotic methods and Sufi yoga describes many encounters with what seems to be an extraterrestrial intelligence in his programming and meta programming of the human bio computer. Dr. Lily agnostically examines also the possibilities that these transmitters are time travelers from the future very advanced Illuminati a Depp’s alive now on Earth, angels in the traditional sense, or projected aspects of his own mind. Wow. Okay. Let’s catch up. Let’s go back here. First of all, Dr. Lily’s Book, I’ve read that book and it’s all about using science to approach the idea that mankind just is a computer that we can program and do whatever we want to do with right. It’s a simplification of, and that’s my beef with science, they oversimplify the human body, right? A lot of the big pharma solutions are oversimplifications. But what’s interesting is that Lily was saying that channeled information was likely time travelers us from the future, which is what we can read about and Dr. Danica sockos book encounters when her characters I believe it was Simone believe that that’s what AI is, is information of the evolved form of mankind from the future tried to instruct us how do we evolve. And also, it’s interesting that Sirius ties into all this, of course, the fish gods from Sirius and corporate logos, right? Sirius, the satellite company has the dogs is the Dog Star. And series comes up if you read the dark path, which you should have is my most popular book. And boy was I on the nose. I wrote that and was six, seven years ago. And everything I was saying is kind of unfolding, right? That in my two alien books are shockingly on the pulse of what’s being revealed to us revelation of the method, these occult practices to contact higher intelligence to evolve mankind. That’s what we’re talking about. And unfortunately, we’re going to be alive in the time that it that mankind has a serious choice to make. I don’t know what the right answer is. I don’t know what the right answer is. We’ll just wrap it all up. It’s also strange, right is all I’m saying is that the Pustaka book seems to be leading us towards this same idea. And she’s friends with Jacques Vallee. So maybe I’m not too far off base there. And remember, Zagreb, they told her Hey, you should get this book a history of Satan. What? Listen to those episodes, and share them with a friend. All right. So what do we make of all this? I certainly don’t know. I see a lot of uncomfortable connections to a cult concepts of serious fish God’s mellow Cena, which ties into witchcraft and devil stuff. It’s hard to know it’s hard to know how overzealous to be about this. I mean, life’s got so many complications and hard things that I’m not too worried about. I’m not trying to be mad about it is all I’m trying to say Right? Like I don’t like Starbucks because I don’t like the taste of it and I certainly don’t know right but let’s talk about the grams of sugar and because here’s the thing is if I go to Starbucks, I’m not I’m not getting the black coffee because I got to make it unhealthy at a certain point. But I do like me a pumpkin spice latte. I can’t deny them that they do make a good PSL. However, if you go to the Starbucks website and look at the nutritional data, it talks you right off the cliff real quick, all right, a venti which is 20 ounces as the biggest cup. Granted, for a pumpkin spice latte is almost 500 calories. I can eat. I can eat two McDonald’s cheeseburgers for that amount, and I’d have less sugar because there’s 63 grams of sugar in a large pumpkin spice latte and 16 grams of fat For comparison, and in fact, I can’t take credit for this there was a viral video by a guy named Bobby Parrish, who I don’t necessarily always agree with, but he’s got some good points. And he points out if you go to Dunkin Donuts, they’ve got a thing called an ice pumpkin scroll, frozen drink. And a large, has 900 calories, and 162 sugars 162 sugars. I get my crossfit coach gives me my macros that I’m only supposed to have. I mean, granted, I rarely hit these macros, because I’m, I like, I like eating crap. Okay. I do my best, but I’m only supposed to have 65 sugars a day. That drink has 162 in it. You know what I mean? Like, that’s fine. I’ll drink soda. One soda can put you over your sugars for the day. The one everyone’s diabetic. But I do love Coke man. Coca Cola is my jam. I drink Coke Zero. I don’t know if it’s much better now you got weird chemicals in it. So I switched over to xebia and xebia. It’s fine. It’s one of those things where it’s fine. It’s not good enough that every day I’m tempted to drink one but it’s there. I’m like, Man, I want a Coke Zero. I’ll drink the Z vegans. Stevia is better for your microbiome in your gut, from what I’m told. And what ends up happening is like you’re just not drinking it. You’re just like screw it. I’ll just drink more water I guess. And to put that in perspective on the sugars, Krispy Kreme has a glazed doughnut. It has 10 grams of sugar in one doughnut. You can eat you can either drink the Dunkin Donuts iced pumpkin swirl, and have 162 sugars or you can eat you know, what is that? What’s the math on that? 16 doughnuts 16 doughnuts. That’s insane. It’s insane. So anyway, in conclusion, America is we don’t we’re a sick nation. We’re over. We’re over sugar, over sugared over fat added over salted. And, you know, I don’t feel about these corporate these corporations. They, you know, they make this stuff and it’s, it’s like high octane. I don’t wanna say poison. I mean, it tastes good, right? So people that are like, damn, I drink my latte every day that gets me through the day. I know what you’re gonna get diabetes, and then I’m gonna start losing body parts getting neuropathy. Your pain, this ain’t gonna work anymore. That worth it? It’s not, but have a latte have a once a month, you know, have the one with the less sugar in it. That’s all I’m saying. I want you to be healthy. Right? I’m not saying that because I’m judgmental. I’m saying it because I want people to be healthy man, like people make these bad decisions. And sometimes you just gotta substitute, like don’t drink it every day. Cut back to a black coffee with a little bit of sugar. He’s still gonna be with us sugar than a pumpkin spice latte. Why are we talking? You don’t you know, food and nutrition is what got me down my red pill path. So that’s why it’s always there. I started out with that, you know? Anyway, I should get an expert on here. Who actually knows what they’re talking about? You know, I’ve read several books. Michael Pollan, I think had a really good book on the idea of how they put fat sugar and salt and everything.
It’s hard, you know, I went to the doctor the other day, because I don’t have a primary care and I was like, I need to get a primary care doctor. I’m getting old. So I go to this guy. And he was a really nice guy. I liked him. We got along, talking about Bruce Springsteen, the boss, and there’s some things we just didn’t vibe on, man. You know, like, he’s got that. And this isn’t a dig but he’s, you know, the, you know, doctors they generally have that sort of Mr. Smithers look. Because they’re vegan and they run every day. I mean, I’m not trying to look like that. I’m not trying to run every day. That sounds like a nightmare. I don’t want that. I’ll try I want to look like Matt Fraser. Yeah, no. Anyway, all right, back to Okay, let’s wrap it up. Starbucks. Is it illuminate? Confirm the jury’s out. The jury’s out. But there’s several paths you could choose here that could connect you through and to be honest, I don’t know if Greg locks that far off. I do think he’s being excessive. I do think that just because you drink at Starbucks doesn’t mean you’re going to hell. But you know, it depends how overzealous you want to be because all these corporate logos are permeating the atmosphere and enabling occult concepts to come into our sort of sphere of understanding the world around us. But I don’t know what To tell you, you know, I just watched Rob Zombie movie last night 31 I just finished it. Brutal. Demonic. Does that mean? Does that mean? I want to go out and do these demonic brutal things and kill people now? No, I don’t. So I think it’s up to individual people. But you know, if you find yourself drinking coffee and wanting to worship the devil, then maybe maybe you should back off on the coffee. So, I don’t know. So surprisingly, Greg Locke wasn’t terribly far off base. So we’ve come around full circle. I don’t think he’s terribly wrong. And I hope maybe I could shed some light on it for you. And maybe maybe some new you know, that’s my prediction. Maybe the guy who made the logo or the Starbucks guy who will say, you know, what really happened is I had a dream, and in that dream, I saw this image. That’s what I think is gonna happen. Alright. Thanks for joining me on that journey. Seemed like a strange subject to deep dive on. But nonetheless, there it is. I’ve heard about it so many times over the years. I was like, I gotta dig into this. I got it. No. And it’s still just a tad bit fuzzy. It’s still a little fuzzy. So thanks for joining. Thanks for joining me. If you liked the show, share it with a friend. That’s your mission. You know someone who drinks Starbucks every day send it to them. Open up a little dialog. Do these corporate logos influence our behaviors and actions? Do they make you want to worship the devil? actually joining me Yeah, shared episode dropper five star review. Have a great weekend. Stay Woke
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