Symbolism is a powerful tool of secret societies and people with a questionable agenda to spread their message to the masses. The symbols are found everywhere ”“ inserted into commercials on TV, billboards, movies, cartoons, music videos, and even in Disney films. Many times, these symbols (such as the all-seeing eye and pyramids) go undetected to the average eye until someone questions their meaning. How many times have you seen the following logos of Fortune 500 companies and didn’t think twice what their shape or features could possibly mean?
Acadia Insurance: A curled design appears inside of a triangle-like shape, which curiously resembles the all-seeing eye within a pyramid.
Adidas: No one thinks twice about the Adidas logo, which looks quite similar to a pyramid.
AOL: There is a distinct eye-shaped design inside of a triangle.
CBS News: The CBS News logo has been long criticized for its use of the ‘all-seeing eye’ that appears within a circle.
Citgo: A tri-colored triangle/pyramid shape dominates the logo of the multi-billion dollar company that acts as a transporter and marketer of transportation fuels, lubricants, and petrochemicals.
Delta: Delta Air Lines is one of the major players in the airline business in the United States, and the company incorporates a triangle into their logo.
Fidelity Investments: Not only does the logo of Fidelity Investments include a distinct pyramid, but it is an ‘illuminated’ pyramid contained within a circle. Look closer at the circular part of the logo as a whole, and an argument could be made that the illuminated pyramid design also doubles as an eye.
Infiniti: A pyramid-like shape is formed in the logo for the luxury car company of Japan.
Lucas Arts: The video game developer and publisher manage to sneakily or unintentionally incorporate an ‘all-seeing eye’ into the construction of their logo. Most recently, the company is responsible for putting out games based on the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises.
Marlboro: Is it a coincidence that the white space found on the packaging design for the tobacco company seems to form a pyramid with a logo towards the peak of the triangular-shape that could represent an eye?
Maybach: It is said that Freemasons make a point of incorporating ‘M’s into the things they represent. If this is true, perhaps the double ‘M’s of the luxury car manufacturer called Maybach is more than just paying homage to the first initial of very expensive car that is typically a purchase of the ultra-wealthy. Maybachs have had price tags of more than $600,000, and are most definitely a car geared towards the ‘elite.’ The car is also a favorite choice of suspected Illuminati-puppets to feature in their music videos, including Jay-Z, Kanye West, Britney Spears, and Nicki Minaj.
Regions: The banking and financial services company, which is the considered the 10th largest U.S. based bank, incorporates a triangle/pyramid into their logo design.
HSBC: The global banking company, HSBC, incorporates a handful of triangles into their logo design, and has approximately 7,200 offices spread across 85 countries and territories.
Time Warner Cable: The company best known for its cable and Internet services, has a distinct Egyptian-looking style of graphics for their logo, which resembles the all-seeing eye.