“Now the serpent was more cunning then any beast of the field, which Yahweh had made, and he went into the garden and said unto the woman, ‘You, has Yahweh said, ‘You shall not eat of every tree of the garden?’
And the woman said unto the serpent, ‘We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden, but of the fruit of the tree, which is in the midst of the garden, Yahweh has said: You shall not eat of it, neither shall you touch it, lest you die.’
And the serpent said unto the woman, ‘You shall not surely die. For Yahweh knows, that in the day you eat of it, then your eyes shall be opened: and you shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.'” Genesis 3:1-4
“Then war broke out in heaven. Michael and His Angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. But he was not strong enough, and they lost their place in heaven. The great dragon was hurled down — that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him.” Revelation 12:7-9
“Then the dragon was enraged at the woman and went off to wage war against the rest of her offspring — those who keep Yahweh’s commands and hold fast their testimony about Yahshua.” Revelation 12:17
Satan, the serpent also called the great dragon, is the Lord and ruler of this world, leading mankind astray and worshipped as a god with various names through the world’s religions, whose followers knowingly or unknowingly worship Satan and the fallen angels.
Satan is worshipped as the sun god and the serpent is also associated with sun worship:
In the mythology of the primitive world, the serpent is universally the symbol of the sun… The serpent was universally represented by the sun symbol, the circle or disk. — Alexander Hislop
The snake/dragon symbol carries with it a strong occult meaning, used by Satanists/Illuminati to show who they work for and worship. It is also used to show who celebrities who are Monarch slaves work for.
Let’s take a look at the places the serpent (sometimes signified by the letter ‘S’) and the dragon appear:
The American dollar sign. The dollar is the official currency of the United States and its overseas territories
The dollar sign ($) is thought to have been chosen by Thomas Jefferson, who was responsible for the United States adopting the dollar as its national currency, and is really a staff with a serpent entwined upon it. The serpent represents Satan.
(America is ‘New Atlantis’. The city of Atlantis — a mighty island kingdom — existed in the post-flood world and was destroyed by an earthquake, possibly due to the fact that its inhabitants used knowledge taught to them by fallen angels, with whom they were able to communicate using crystals, to develop a highly advanced civilisation.)
Its origins are said to lie in the Spanish Peso coin.
The best known Spanish Peso coin had two pillars engraved on the reverse side to symbolise the ‘Pillars of Hercules’ at Gibraltar and the words ‘Plus Ultra’, indicating that beyond the Pillars of Hercules there were other lands. That coin was called the Pillar Dollar in the British colonies in North America and the two pillars may have become the two strokes in the dollar sign.
There is another version of the theory linking the sign to the Spanish peso. The peso was subdivided into eight reals, hence the name piece of eight. This was represented as P8 or /8/.
Eight reals front and back (also known as cobs)
Eventually it became customary to write the oblique strokes across the figure 8. In the past precious metal coins were sometimes split into pieces to provide small change. The use in America of the expression two bits for 25 cents is a legacy of this, since if a Spanish dollar or peso or piece of eight was split into quarters each part would consist of two of the original eight pieces or reals.
The 8 with two strokes became a letter S with two strokes, since S looks like an 8 that has been split, as when a peso was broken to provide change in reals. Eventually, a further simplification was introduced by dropping one of the strokes. The one line symbol was originally the ‘peso sign’, a symbol attested in business correspondence between the British, Americans, Canadians and Mexicans in 1770s, as referring to the Spanish-Mexican peso, known as ‘Spanish dollar’ or ‘pieces of eight’, in British North America, where it was adopted as American currency in 1785 together with the term ‘dollar’.
The word dollar is an Anglicised form of ‘thaler’ (pronounced taler, with emphasis on the ‘a’), the name given to coins first minted in 1519 from locally mined silver in Joachimsthal in Bohemia. (Today the town of Joachimsthal lies within the borders of the Czech republic and its Czech name is Jáchymov.) Thaler is a shortened form of the term by which the coin was originally known — Joachimsthaler.
Later on, the English version of the name (dollar) was also applied to similar coins, not only ones minted in central Europe but also the Spanish peso and the Portuguese eight-real piece. Both these large silver coins were practically identical in weight and fineness.
Today we are familiar with the phrase ‘pieces of eight’ from tales of pirates in the Caribbean. Those coins, particularly the Spanish peso or dollar circulated widely in Britain’s North American colonies because of a shortage of official British coins. That is why, after the United States gained its independence, the new nation chose ‘dollar’ as the name of its currency instead of keeping the pound.
Probably the most famous thaler coins were those minted during the reign of Maria Theresa, Archduchess of Austria and queen of Hungary and Bohemia (1740-80). Maria Theresa thalers were in common use in Aden and some other parts of the Middle East as recently as the 1960s.
The thaler was the unit of currency in Prussia and some of the other German states until the second half of the 19th century. The unification of Germany in 1871 and the adoption of the mark as the common currency put an end to the old units.
Masonic author Albert Pike has also pointed out that the coins of ancient Tyre featured serpents coiled around trees, representing the Garden of Eden and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil; in India, Python the Serpent Deity was shown coiled around the trunk of a tree; and the symbol of Asclepius, the Greek god of healing and medicine, is a snake-entwined staff that actually symbolises Satan in the Garden of Eden. Traditional depictions of Satan in the Garden of Eden show him as a serpent wrapped around a tree.
Staff of Asclepius
So the dollar sign has its origins in the mysteries of the antediluvian world — when mankind first turned away from Yahweh and worshipped fallen angels and Satan as ‘gods’.
Emergency Services Star of Life; note the variation of the Marian star
The Caduceus Project, a bronze sculpture at the Jesuit St. Louis University, Missouri, U.S., by James Muir. The woman is Mary/Astarte, Satan’s human wife in the pre-flood world, symbolised by the Marian star. She is standing inside an open egg as Easter/Ishtar
Logo for Med Trust
Logo for Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California
Caduceus symbol, identified with the Greek god Hermes. It is a symbol with occult connotations, the belief that a man can become god, and a symbol of alchemical transformation. Hermes is the god who conducts dead souls into the underworld. It is often mistakenly used as a symbol of medicine instead of the Staff of Asclepius, especially in the United States. The two-snake caduceus design has ancient and consistent associations with trade, eloquence, trickery and negotiation. Tangential association of the caduceus with medicine has occurred through the ages, where it where it was sometimes associated with alchemy and wisdom
Logo of the Canadian Bank of Commerce
World Health Organization, an agency of the United Nations
Jane Austen’s gold and turquoise ring, one of only three pieces of her jewellery in existence; the ring has a strong occult significance, and has a serpent engraved on its setting
A portrait of Jane Austen, making the ’33rd Degree’ Freemason sign with her left hand; each finger bends at three joints, so two fingers extended symbolise ’33’
Country singer Kelly Clarkson bought the ring at a Sotheby’s auction in 2012 for £152,450, but was unable to have it shipped to her, after a temporary export bar was placed on it by United Kingdom Culture Minister Ed Vaizey, following a recommendation by the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and Objects of Cultural Interest, administered by Arts Council England, on the grounds that ‘it is so closely connected with our history and national life that its departure would be a misfortune’. They appealed for a British buyer to come forward and buy the ring. In 2013, Jane Austen’s House Museum successfully raised funds to buy back the ring
Paula Abdul at the 1991 American Music Awards
Book cover for The Secret by Rhonda Byrnes
Carolinne Prates, photographed by Hugo Toni for Elle Brazil in February 2014
Monica Bellucci in Dior’s Hypnotic Poison advertisement
Logo for Airtel
Logo for Disney, which also features the number of the the name of the Beast ‘666’
The cello and violin
Schreiber S-shaped Alto Horn
Serpentine copper horn (ranasringa) with brass mouthpiece, India, ca. 1900. Embellished with red paint and varnish. Used as a signal horn for heralding dignitaries, signalling the sunset, and controlling livestock on the way to market. Also played for processions, temple services, marriages, and funerals
Serpent (bass wind instrument), circa 1840
In heaven, before his fall from grace, Satan (who was called Lucifer prior to his fall) was the maestro of music, in charge of creating beautiful tunes in praise of Yahweh Almighty:
“You have been in Eden the garden of Yahweh; every precious stone was your covering, the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and gold: the workmanship of your tabrets and of your pipes was prepared in you in the day that you were created.” Ezekiel 28:13
After his downfall, he used his gift to pervert music — to praise himself and blaspheme against Yahweh Almighty and Yahshua the Messiah.
Lupita Nyong’o, photographed for Vogue in July 2014
Album cover for Scorpions’ Sting In The Tail
Logo for Skype
StandardChartered Bank logo
Ampersand or epershand, a logogram representing the conjunction word ‘and’
Album cover for Tom Jones & Friends: The Red Album
Tilte Card for the UK series Me & My Girl (1984-1988)
Adam Lambert on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine; also note the butterfly on his lap, symbolising the demons that possess him, and the chains around his neck, symbolising enslavement
Logo for Al Jazeera’s The Stream
Cover for Nate Dogg’s album Music & Me
Album cover for P.O.D.’s When Angels And Serpents Dance
Paulina Vega, Miss Universe 2014, on the cover of Cromos magazine
Neil Patrick Harris in Vanity Fair May 2014, photo by Annie Leibovitz
Logo for Stasis Software
Sarova Stanley Nairobi logo
Album cover for Maroon 5’s Songs About Jane features two Greek myths: Medusa and Pandora’s Box
Rhonda Fleming as Cleopatra in Serpent of the Nile
Cover for Ralph Good Ft. Polina Griffith’s single SOS
Logo for Adder Technology
Logo for Subway, which also symbolises ‘As Above, So Below’
The New York Times newspaper logo
Album cover for The Alan Parsons Project’s Vulture Culture features an ouroboros, also spelled ourorboros, oroborus, uroboros or uroborus, an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon swallowing its own tail and forming a circle. The name ouroboros derives from the Greek work uroborus which means ‘tail-devourer’. Most often the ouroboros symbolises cyclicality, unity or infinity
2002 Fifa World Cup logo
Burger King logo
Logo for Safaricom
Ouroboros crop circle, discovered at Radford Hill, Timsbury, England, on July 11, 2009
Lucent Technologies logo
Title Card for Millenium, a 1999 U.S. television show on the FOX channel
Tapestry at the Vatican, Rome, Italy. Note the pyramid with an All-Seeing Eye within a circle held by putti (demons representing fertility); the circle is embraced by mystical societies as a spiritual symbol linking the cosmos with ‘universal deity’. The woman is Astarte, seated on a throne holding an ouroboros
Album cover for R.E.M.’s Reckoning
Rachele Schank, photographed by David Page in Paris
The ‘at’ sign, also commonly called the ‘at symbol’ or ‘commercial at’
Logo for Crass Rocords is a double-headed ouroboros and a cross
Logo for SuperSport; the orange ball represents Betelgeuse, the star revered by witches, Freemasons and magicians; and which represents Nimrod or Satan
Album cover for Cher’s It’s A Man’s World
Album cover for The Last Goodnight’s Poison Kiss. A bitten apple is the symbol of yielding to Satan, because an apple is a hidden symbol for a star (an apple’s core contains five carpels in a star pattern); a star is a metaphor for an angel ~ Satan is a fallen angel. This is why, in occult symbolism, an apple was used to represent the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden story (see Wake Up! It’s 1984), because Adam and Eve yielded to the devil:
Monarch slave Ray C (Tanzanian musician) holding an apple on the cover of her album Ahadi, to show who owns her and who she works for
Apple Inc. logo
Freemason Dusty Springfield holding a bitten apple on the cover of her album, The Dusty Springfield Anthology
Cover for Culture Club’s single Karma Chameleon; note the ‘S’ on Boy George’s right, and the black and white twisted bandana, symbolising duality. The masquerade mask on his hat (worn at masquerade balls to conceal identity) is symbolic of his hidden core persona: The ‘real George’
The song is about the dissociative state of complete madness Monarch slaves live in.
“Karma karma karma karma karma chameleon,
You come and go, you come and go.
Loving would be easy if your colours were like my dreams,
Red gold and green, red gold and green.
Every day is like survival,
You’re my lover, not my rival…”
The line: Karma karma karma karma karma chameleon, you come and go, you come and go refers to the multiple personalities Monarch slaves have, which are the demons that possess them
The line: Everyday is like survival, you’re my lover not my rival refers to the abuse meted out to Monarch slaves by their handlers, which involves rape and sodomy. Boy George is a Monarch slave.
The line: Loving would be easy if your colours were like my dream, red gold and green, red gold and green refers to Metals and Jewels used to identify Monarch slaves — Red/Ruby (prostitute), gold metal (prison bars/enslavement) and Green/Emerald (drug mule).
Cover for Group Sounds’ album Rocket From the Crypt
Coat of Arms of the Visconti of Milan
Crop circle of Centeotl, Aztec god of corn, found on June 12, 1999, at Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, England
Serpent crop circle, found on July 29, 2011, at West Woodhay, in Wiltshire, England
Superman logo for the 2006 film Superman Returns (see Spiritual Significance of Crystal and Symbolism of Superheroes)
Britney Spears has a tattoo on her scalp that resembles the Superman sigil
Logo for The Guardian newspaper
Logo for Hotel Saturnia, Rome, Italy
Joan Smalls at Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 2015
Andres Velencoso Segura, photographed by Txema Yeste for Magazine Antidote
Winona Ryder; her tattoo is the dollar sign ($), representing Satan coiled around a staff
Former British Telecom (BT) logo (now BT Group). Note the red swirling line going from the bottom-right to the upper-left
Album cover for Shrek Forever After (Music from the Motion Picture)
Michelle Yeoh attends Bvlgari promotional event at Shin Kong Place on January 29, 2013
Cover for Salt ‘N’ Pepa’s Shake Your Thang/Spinderella’s Not A Fella (But A Girl DJ) 1988 vinyl record. Spinderella is holding a telephone receiver to her ear, and its cord is wrapped around Salt and Pepa. The phone symbolises the voices of the demons that possess them ‘coming from the other side’ or hell; Monarch slaves are dysfunctional lunatics who are spiritually bound by demons and live in a permanent state of dissociation/silence — these demons mimic their voice and mannerisms and speak, act and sing like the slaves
Etymology of phone:
From Ancient Greek φωνή (phōnḗ, meaning ‘sound’).
Wild Fire Spell Card for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Japanese Manga series about gaming. The plot follows the story of a boy named Yugi Mutou, who solves the ancient Millennium Puzzle, causing his body to play host to a mysterious spirit with the personality of a gambler that solves his conflicts using various games. The franchise involves the fictional trading card game known as Duel Monsters, where each player uses cards to ‘duel’ each other in a mock battle of fantasy monsters, which forms the basis for the real life Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game
These monsters are REAL DEMONS, just like the mysterious spirit that possesses Yugi.
It reads: Pay 500 Life Points. Destroy a face-up “Blaze Accelerator” card you control and destroy all monsters on the field. Then, Special Summon 1 “Wild Fire Token” (Pyro-Type/FIRE/Level 3/ATK 1000/DEF 1000) in Attack Position. Also, you cannot declare an attack this turn.
It is a monster/spell/trap that summons demons to assist in the game.
Lilith, a painting by British writer and painter John Collier, circa 1892. Lilith is Astarte, Satan’s human wife in the pre-flood world
Rachel Weisz as Lilith
Jennifer Lawrence as Lilith, photographed by Patrick Demarcheller for Vanity Fair‘s March 2015 issue
Vera Gräfin von Lehndorff-Steinort or Veruschka von Lehndorff
Britney Spears, performing her song Slave for U at the 2001 Video Movie Awards with an albino python
Jessica White (with serpentine contact lenses); she is wearing a tikka, which is a form of bindi symbolising the third eye
Naomi Campbell, photographed for GQ Russia in October 2010
Raquel Zimmermann, photographed by Mario Sorrenti in Vogue Paris
Spin Doctors on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine
Runestone in Holmfast Uppsala, Sweden, 11th century; runestones are used as tools of divination — a way to predict one’s future. Note the cross
Among the Hebrews, the dragon became known as Bel (and later Merodach). The Babylonians called him Tiamat. In Norse mythology and folk tales, the dragon was Fafnir. The Gnostics referred to the dragon as Chozzar — the pig god of Atlantis and Peratae.
Creation scientists believe that dinosaurs were called ‘dragons’ before the word ‘dinosaur’ was invented in the 1800s. We would not expect to find the word ‘dinosaur’ in Bibles like the King James Version (1611), as it was translated well before the word ‘dinosaur’ was ever used (see Jurassic Park?).
We see the word ‘dragon’ in many instances in the Scriptures, such as:
“Their wine is the poison of dragons, and the cruel venom of asps.” Deuteronomy 32:33
“And I went out by night, by the gate of the valley, even before the dragon well, and to the doung-port, and viewed the walls of Jerusalem, which were broken down, and the gates thereof were consumed with fire.” Nehemiah 2:13
“I am a brother to dragons, and a companion to owls.” Job 20:39
Album cover for Midnight Syndicate’s Dungeons and Dragons
Cover for Scorpions album Moment of Glory
Album cover for Dragon’s Snake Eyes On The Paradise Greatest Hits 1976-1989
Dragon door handle, St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco, California, U.S.
Cover for Roger Dean’s game and free flying visualizer, Dragon’s Dream
Logo for the Dayton Dragons baseball team
Red Dragon fresh fruit and vegetables importers’ logo
Poster for the film Enter the Dragon
Logo for Pan Dragon Publishing
New York Dragons football team logo
Logo for Bakersfield Dragons ice hockey team’s logo
Cover for Amon Amarth’s album Twilight of the Thunder Gods
Poster for the film Dragon Wars
Album cover for KoxBox’s Dragon Tales
Gladstone Motorcycles logo
Cover for Imagine Dragon’s album Night Visions
Album cover for Yngwie Malmsteen’s Trilogy
Flag of Bhutan
Flag of Wales
Cover for Rhapsody On Fire’s album Frozen Tears of Angels
Album cover for Busta Rhyme’s album Year of the Dragon
Cover for Dragon Force’s album Valley of the Damned
Album cover for Little Dragon’s Machine Dreams, note the all-seeing eyes
Cover for The Dragons’ album BFI (Blue Forces Intelligence)
Cover for Dragon Age Origins video game
Album cover for Skylark’s Dragon’s Secrets
Cover for Pathfinder’s album Beyond The Space Beyond The Time, note the sunbursts
Chinese Dragon condom cases
Game of Thrones Fire And Blood perfume
Logo for Lindt Chocolates
Cover for Blue Dragon video game
Cover for Dragon Fighter video game
Album cover for Ted Nugent’s Penetrator
Cover for Dru Hill’s self-titled album
Celtic dragon amulet
The Zand Hotel in Oss, Netherlands
Coat of arms of the City of London; the motto Domine Dirige Nos is Latin for ‘Lord Direct Us’ — ‘Lord’ is a title for Satan
Coat of arms of the London Borough of Brent
Coat of arms of Ingolstadt, Germany
New Town Hall (Neus Rathaus), Munich, Germany
Bluewater Mall, Greenhithe, England
U.S. Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory emblem
U.S. National Reconnaissance Office badge
The spy-satellite programme is symbolised by an angry dragon clutching the planet earth with its four claws, and holding a diamond in its tail.
U.S. National Reconnaissance Office badge
An angry giant dragon clutching the planet, bringing destruction from space on a psyops-mission. In PSYOPS (psychological warfare) symbolism, dragons typically represent signals-intelligence satellite launches; the dragons’ wing pattern symbolises the satellites’ massive gold-foil dish antennae designed to collect all types of information from earth. The motto Omnis Vestri Substructio Es Servus Ad Nobis is Latin for ‘All Your Base Are Servant To Us’.
U.S. Special Projects badge; the motto Procul Este Profani is Latin for Keep Away, You Profane (uninitiated (into Freemasonry))
U.S. 19th Squadron badge
U.S. 25th Fighter Squadron Assam Draggins logo
Assam is a state of northeast India, located primarily in the valley of the Brahmaputra River. Before the British colonisation of India, Assam was a powerful kingdom founded by invaders from Burma and China in the 13th century CE. Assam Draggins means ‘Assam Dragons’. The dragon/Satan is the patron god of Assam.
In Assam, dragon symbols are used in the Assamese Culture. Generally, dragons motifs are made for religious purposes. Such motifs are placed along the mukut (crown) in Naamghars. (In the Assamese language, naam means ‘prayer’ and ghar means ‘house’. Naamghars are places for congregational worship associated with the Ekasarana religion of Assam.) Dragons with lion body are placed on the top of the gates of these Naamghars, which symbolises that they guard the ghar. Dragon symbols are also used in clothes.
U.S. 25th Fighter Squadron Nocturnal Draggins (Night Dragons) logo
U.S. Delta Dragons badge
U.S. 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron badge
U.S. 337th Bomb Squadron badge
U.S. 339th Flight Test Squadron badge
U.S. 8th and 33d Operations Flight Squadron badge
U.S. Dragon Lady Squadron badge; the ‘dragon lady’ is Astarte, Satan’s human wife in the pre-flood world (see Pagan feasts)
U.S. Combat Rescue Operation Southern Watch Squadron badge
U.S. 4th Space Control SQ-DSSSI Operation Iraqi Freedom badge (see Pagan gods)
And lightning: “He replied, ‘I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.'” Luke 10:18
U.S. Electronic Attack Squadron 130 (VAQ-130) Squadron badge
U.S. 159th Fighter Squadron badge
U.S. A-10 Thunderbolt Squadron badge