posted on Nov, 22 2016 @ 11:17 PM
I was recently reading some NFL articles, when I saw the team logo for the Tennesse Titans up close. I instantly could tell that the logo
seemed to have perfect invisible dimensions to make up the Star of David. Before running it through MS paint, I looked up the
original Tennesse state flag, as google said the Titans logo copied the star pattern from the State flag. Below is the state flag, Titans logo, and
lines connected in amateur fashion.
Overview: Not only do the stars not mirror the flag design, but the logo itself seems to be a fireball or meteor, something a Greek God might hurl at
you from the sky. I decided to follow the paper trail. NFL teams are usually owned by one person or a family, but The Tennesse Titans are owned by
KSA Industries, Inc. engages in diverse businesses including automotive retailing, professional sports, oil and gas and real estate. The company was
founded in 1949 and is based in Houston, Texas
Certain corporate logos in the last decade have been exposed to reveal possible hidden agendas/meanings. An NFL logo would be no different. Does this
Titans symbol possibly contain a Star of David within a fiery meteor? Is it a nod or knock to the wealthy Jewish community part of the 1%? Or do you
deny that the sword and stars within the design make up the Star to begin with?