Secret Meaning of the Seventh Day Adventist Logos – Veritas News Service Exclusive
Veritas News Service Exclusive – 23Feb10
Contributed by Belly of Fire
The Secret Meaning of the Seventh Day Adventist Logos
When one tries to discover a “hidden” meaning of something, always check with the masters of magic (illusions) to see what they may have to say. It is easy to take something at face value whether it is self interpretation or one that was provided by another. It is very easy to simply trust someone based on certain beliefs. For example, it must mean what they say because they are a Christian or a Pastor or an Elder and they wouldn’t lie or be involved with something contrary to the Christian faith. Usually, only the minority at the top really know what is going on.
While that may be the case, many either don’t know, or just aren’t what you think they are. I’ve come to discover this and it is shocking. Just be careful who you trust.
What does this have to do with this logo and the 7th day adventist?
As I unfold the secret meaning behind the logo, you may not be able to believe what I share. It may be so far beyond your ability to comprehend that you will reject anything that I have to say.
The masters of magic (illuminati) have dual meanings, an esoteric (hidden) and an exoteric (revealed). The exoteric is for the dumb sheeple, the cattle, the worthless, the masses. This is the category that they put you and I in. The majority of people will be given the exoteric meaning while reserving the esoteric for themselves.
Here is the exoteric meaning of the seventh day adventist logo provided by them. Remember exactly what they say, “It represents some of their main beliefs”. You will see more into this later.
The Meaning of Our Logo and Name
The Seventh-day Adventist logo is not just a corporate symbol used on office stationery. It tells our faith story.
This logo is the first international logo used by all Seventh-day Adventist Churches throughout the world and is representative of some of our main beliefs.
The logo is made up of three main graphical elements and the name, “Seventh-day Adventist Church”. The three graphical elements are the flame, the cross and the Bible.
This shape is formed by three lines encircling an implied sphere. The lines represent the three angels of Revelation 14 circling the globe and our commission to take the gospel to the entire world. The overall shape forms a flame symbolic of the Holy Spirit.
The lines at the top of the design suggest a continued upward momentum symbolising the resurrection of Christ and the promise that we will ascend to heaven at Christ’s second coming, the ultimate focus of our faith.
The Open Bible
The Bible forms the base of the design and represents the Biblical foundation of our beliefs. It is portrayed in a fully opened position suggesting a full acceptance of God’s word.
The symbol of the cross, representing the gospel of salvation, is positioned in the centre of the design to emphasise Christ’s sacrifice, which is the central theme of our faith.
It is also significant that the Bible-representing the law, and the flame-representing the Spirit, come together at the cross.
So what we see here from the SDA Australian website are different meanings. For example, the 3 lines are the angels but also as a whole it is a flame. There is an “implied” sphere which means it isn’t there but is there. It is said that it is a “globe” that the 3 angels circle. The main seventh day adventist website and many of the church websites say it is the earth. If it is the earth, shouldn’t it look like it? Maybe there is another meaning which is why it is an “implied” sphere (you can’t really see it so it can mean anything they say).
As I looked at the symbol, I wanted to know if there was anything that I wasn’t seeing. That tends to be a key in determining many symbols. Symbology is the language used today by the ancient religion of Mystery Babylon. Just search the internet for it and you will see videos and pictures and websites discussing this topic. This is the religion of the Secret Brotherhood as Bill Cooper called the initiates.
Initially, the obvious is the “Flame”. The eternal flame is a very common mystery religion symbol. It represents the intellect of man and his deification. The Bible most likely represents the doctrine of this religion but I’m not sure on that one. What about the Cross? Think it’s only a Christian symbol? Wait until you read on.
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As Bill Cooper said on his broadcast and you can read about it in great detail here: Initiates Of The Flame – Transcript – Broadcast #454
You see, in The Mysteries, they claim that they are baptized with the
Holy Spirit, which is fire, for fire is light and the Children of the
Flame are the Sons of Light even as God is light.
However, ladies and gentlemen, however much it sounds as if they believe
the same as you, this again is a metaphor for the esoteric truth of what
they really believe.
For they believe that the God of the Bible is an evil God who held man
prisoner in the Garden of Eden in the bonds of the chains of ignorance;
and that man was set free, given his opportunity, by Lucifer through his
agent, Satan, with the gift of intellect; and that Lucifer is the God of
Light, not Jesus Christ who said:
“I am the way, the truth, and the light:….” (sic: verse reads “life”)
He also says,
There is but one religion in all the world known to all the priests of
all the religions no matter what they are, and that is the worship of
the spiritual flame of the universe.
Under many names, he is known in all lands, but as Ishwari or Amon or
God or Lucifer. He is the same, the creator of the universe, and fire
is his universal symbol.
Lastly, this brings us right into the logo. Bill continues to discuss the eternal flame but speaks of the sun.
The fire that burns on the sacred altar of Cosmos, that great fire which
is called “the never-dying spirit of god, the Sun”.
As I mentally dissected the logo, this is what I saw which was very revealing.
Since I know there is a sphere, I filled it in. I then stretched out the “flame”, the “trails of the 3 angels”, and magically a very familiar symbol appeared. This symbol is called by some, the winged disc. Many corporate symbols use it such as Chrysler, Mini Cooper, US Airforce, etc. This symbol was also used in a cartoon. It was the backing for She-Ra (female Ra (Egyptian sun god)) on the Heman and Shera cartoon. This symbol also represents Horus which in one of his forms is another Egyptian sun god.
This is what wikipedia says about the winged disk:
The winged sun is a symbol (sometimes known as Behedeti, a name of Horus) associated with divinity, royalty and power in the Ancient Near East (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Persia). The symbol has also been found in the records of ancient cultures residing in various regions of South America as well as Australia.
In Ancient Egypt, the symbol is attested from the Old Kingdom (Sneferu, 26th century BC), often flanked on either side with a uraeus. In early Egyptian religion, the symbol Behedeti represented Horus of Edfu, later identified with Ra-Harachte. It is sometimes depicted on the neck of Apis, the bull of Ptah. As time passed (according to interpretation) all of the subordinated gods of Egypt were considered to be aspects of the sun god, including e.g. Khepri.
The winged sun is symbolic also of the eternal soul. When placed above the temple doors it served as a reminder to the people of their eternal nature.
You should be asking yourself, ‘what does a Christian ministry have to do with some ancient Egyptian Sun worship?’ That’s a great question and the beginning of a journey.
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Now, you might think this is just a coincidence. Somehow the seventh day adventist logo happens to be a sun worship symbol. Let’s continue then.
Sun and the Cross
The cross and the sun together are another symbol. I bet you would never of guessed that because the cross is only a Christian symbol…. or so Christians believe.
From this page about the sun and the cross http://moneyteachers.org/auto-logos.htm
It is also important to understand that the Southern cross itself represents the Egyptian Ankh
“Also known as the Egyptian Cross, the Key of the Nile, the Looped Tau Cross, and the Ansate Cross. It was an Ancient Egyptian symbol of life and fertility“
So, in essence, the Southern Cross (ankh) represents the point where the sun god dies and is regenerated through the power of Sirius or “Sex Magick”. The three kings are representative of mankind’s search for wisdom through the power of Lucifer (the angel of light). Now, let’s look at some of the logos used in the auto industry:
The Southern cross isnt exactly like the cross used by Christians. It has a reversed tear shape on the top. The 7th day adventist logo has the sun on top of it.
If you think it is still a coincidence, then look around at different 7th day adventist churches and organizations. You will see a lot of sun worship symbols that are used by the Luciferians.
Look at this symbol used by the Seventh Day Adventist hospital – a path that leads to the sun. It can also be looked as an ‘S’ that commonly represents the snake from the mystery religion.
Let’s go back to the beginning. Take a look at Ellen G White’s (founder) tombstone. This tomb stone is an obelisk, a mystery bablyon religion symbol. It is the penis of Osirus (this is explained in the series, get it). Is this a Christian symbol? You can’t turn this one into something it’s not and that is for sure. If the 7th day adventists founder was part of the mystery Babylon religion, then what does that make the rest of it?
Just to show you that this symbol is not only used by other churches, it also is the focal point of their worship without them knowing. They all face it and look at it during worship at church. It also tends to be on the outside of the building.
I will leave you with one last picture. This comes from one of the local SDA churches which have a large brown obelisk on the front of their building. Pictured below is the name and the picture from their newsletter magazine. They say the star is Jesus, however it is obviously the sun represented by a pentagram. This leads on to ask; Who is the Rising Star? Why is there an upside down cross which is another symbol?
Now its your turn to do the research, verify what I have said to come to your own conclusion.