It’s easy to see the sun in the Miami Dolphins logo above, but spotting the cross made with the fins and torso in the middle isn’t as obvious. Like all the NFL Team Logos, the Miami Dolphins logo displays esoteric sun symbolism as directed by the Illuminati. The top fin and right fin and body form the cross on the sun; all of which represents the sun/son that died on the cross. The illuminati are proud to be “Order of the Sun” and display it on virtually all product logos. Most people see it unwittingly, but it severely impacts us through the subconscious. The Illuminati love to rub our noses in it - esoterically, keeping us in servitude, slaves. It’s no different now than in all of of known history.
There’s three methods of sun symbolism used by the Illuminati in the NFL Team logos:
The first method of sun symbolism used by the Illuminati the NFL Team Logos is the sun-on-cross, or cross-in-circle; represented by the Celtic Cross shown below. The quick explanation is that the circle represents the sun and the sun/son died on the cross. For complete derivation, please see link:http://www.moneyteachers.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=89
The Oakland Raiders use two swords intersecting as the cross with a big round head representing the sun sitting on the center. His left eye is also the all-seeing-eye in capstone of face (see part 2).
The Tamp Bay Buccaneers didn’t sway far from the Raiders theme. They also use two swords intersecting, but use a football as the sun on center. The ball is orange, and the flag is red, both colors representative of the sun.
More to that point is the Browns logo, or lack thereof. Their logo is simply the round, reddish-orange spherical helmet (sun). A series of crosses is formed with the facemask.
It’s not hard to spot the orange sun in the Miami Dolphin logo unless you’re kind-of a retard. The cross is formed with fins and torso.
The New Orleans Saints logo is simply a pair of crosses with the arms extending to create a roundish shape. The round shape forms the sun. The color is of a golden brown, or sun color.
I thumbed through a number of Jacksonville Jaguar logos and there were some slight variations. But the one thing they all had in common was the bottom row of white teeth running parallel to the top row. But the bottom row sits in a spot which doesn’t make sense for teeth. What it’s doing is forming the black cross in the jaguar’s mouth. The cross is surrounded by a roundish shaped head (sun) of golden (sun) color. He's also got the eye in capstone (See part 2).
The Tennessee Titans logo uses a capital “T” in the center of a circle. It uses the star (sun) on top to turn the “T” into a cross. The white ring of the circle represents the sun. The flames extending out the back convey solar flares.
The Steelers use three, colored cross shapes in a circle. The three shapes form with the ‘Steelers’ to make a parent cross with its intersection in the center of the white circle (sun).
The NY Giants use all caps in their logo. The cross is formed using the “I” as the vertical, and the “G” and “A” for the horizontal. You can notice how the “G” extends into the “I”. The horizontal line of the “A” is slightly below, but our subconscious makes the connection for us. The cross is essentially surrounded (sunned) by the rest of the lettering with red trim.
San Francisco has a common method of getting a cross by intersecting their initials. The “S” and “F” intersect twice, yielding two crosses in the middle of a red/orange circle.
The Lions’ bent right arm (elbow to paw) parallels his belly and forms the vertical line. The right arm from shoulder to elbow and left arm from elbow to paw form the horizontal. Most of the cross is surrounded by a round shape head, representing the sun.
2. Capstone with All Seeing-eye
The triangle (capstone of pyramid) with all-seeing eye, shown below, is the second method of sun symbolism used by the illuminati. Notice the bright light and rays emanating from center. The eye represents the sun god, Horus, the pupil of God, the light of the world. For a complete explanation of the derivation, please see link:http://www.moneyteachers.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=91
The Houston Texans use the pentagram star (sun) as the single eye (all-seeing eye of Horus) sitting in the black, triangular half of the bull. The bull’s red half represents the sun’s rays emanating.
The Patriots use a triangular shaped face/red hat with a star, and one eye showing. The star is probably meant as the all-seeing-eye, rather than the man’s eye. But that’s splitting hairs. Triangle? Check. Star? Check. Eye? Check. Color? Check.
The Chiefs use the triangle formed from an arrow head. The oval shaped “C” is the eye with the portion of the “K” lying within as the pupil. The red lettering is also symbolic of the sun.
The Arizona Cardinals logo consists of a triangular bird head, with one eye and red in color. The orange beak is the sun’s rays emanating outward.
Here’s a quick reminder of what we’re going for. It’s eerily similar to the Cardinal, and especially now that the eye is more defined.
The Philadelphia Eagles logo is almost identical to the Cardinals. The only thing missing is sun color, although a case could be made for the white around the eye. Additionally, the eagle by itself represents the sun.
The same goes for the Ravens, very similar to the Eagles and Cardinals. The Ravens have a golden color trim to further the sun depiction. My guess is the exaggerated oval “B” is the all-seeing-eye (s), rather than the puny bird eye.
The Falcons logo is in the shape of an “F”, so it doesn’t count…just kidding. Here's a shit-load of capstones, red color and an eye.
The Seahawks logo is not as triangular as the other birds’. But more focus is brought to the all-seeing-eye, which is disproportionately large. I bet the green eye means something to the lizards.
Carolina uses two triangles. One represents the body and the other forms the head. The panther has two eyes of Horus, one for each triangle. The whiskers are the sun’s rays radiating.
The St. Louis Rams logo is triangular in shape with golden coloring and an eye of Horus. Triangle? Check. Eye? Check. Color? Check.
The Jets logo consists of a group of slanted block letters with the “ETS” under the “J”. The “ETS” is the eye and the “J” is the border of the triangle that it lies on. The slanted letters give it all capstone shapes which are exaggerated in the “S” as well as the jet depiction.
The “V” in the Vonage logo is an easier example to see, one type that is used extensively. And the big orange circle is a sun.
With the Redskins we have the yellow ring (sun) with a redskin face on it. The red face forms a capstone with his hair line and his eye is the all-seeing eye.
The Broncos eye sits in a black capstone with an orange mane representing the rays.
The Vikings right horn sits on the capstone hat. The base of the horn is the all-seeing-eye. His chin is another capstone, and the moustache is the separation between capstone chin and his pyramid base face.
The Bills’ buffalo has a red triangle piercing through the eye of Jim Kelly.
Cincinnati has an orange/red Bengal with black capstones around each all-seeing-eye of Loni.
The only good thing to ever come out of Ohio was WKRP in Cincinnati. Notice the sun symbolism in Loni’s breasts.
3. Direct Sun Symbolsim
The third method of sun symbolism used by the Illuminati in the NFL Team logos is direct; where the sun is simply represented as a sun, or star, and with sun-like colors (red, yellow, orange, white) and shapes (round /spherical).
The Target logo is identical to the astrological symbol for the sun.
The Packers use a funny looking capital “G” as their logo. The first thing I think of is freemason. But the “G” almost makes a complete circle and it’s outlined in yellow.
The Bears logo is scary similar to the Packers particularly because they’re both in the NFC North division.
Rotate the Colts’ horseshoe logo 90 degrees to the right and you have the same theme as Da-Bears and the Packers. But here the coloring is the opposite. The sun is the white ball as it sits in the night sky (dark horseshoe). There are 7 white spots around it which look like distant stars (suns) in the night sky.
The San Diego (which means whale vagina) Chargers logo is an extremely arched-shaped lightning bolt. The extreme arching yellow shape is almost a ½ circle, i.e., the top half of a sun being eclipsed from the bottom. Think of it like an image of the sun rising/setting over a mountain.
The Cowboys use the 5-sided star (a.k.a. sun/son) made of a number of triangles (capstones). It’s a classic illuminati sun symbol without any disguise. Stars are suns.
So, what’s the moral of the story? If you think we humans are alone in the universe, you’re naïve. If you think we humans are alone and the most advanced race in the universe, you’re naïve and retarded. If you think no other race more advanced than us would use us as slaves since the beginning of history, you’re naïve, retarded and like most other humans on the planet. I read that 25 percent of Americans believe the earth is only 6000 years old because that’s what their religion told them. I don’t expect them to be reading this article. But, those of you with a clue are. It’s up to us to get the word out and help usher in the age of enlightenment, one retard at a time. Set the example! Peace and love, and go Lions!
PS: From my perspective, the only bowl which is super is one you can smoke out of.