My next lgo is that of a company who have an important role in our world.
That's it, WHO. The World Health Organization.
This is a specialist organization of the UN.
A very interesting and detailed logo.
This logo would actually seem to have a less sinister logo - Depending on the symbols you look at.
The serpent alone is a very interesting symbol on its own. And being wrapped around a sword make WHO seem like a nice organization.
So, the serpent wrapped around the sword is a christian symbol.
It is know as ''The serpent lifted up''.
It means a sign of salvation coming from the old testament and mentioned in John 3:14.
But can it have a double meaning?
Well where do we know the serpent from? In religious terms?
The Adam and Eve story. So the serpent can also be seen as the devil.
Lets have a look at the dagger.
The dagger is said to symbolize deception (important), stealth and/or treachery.
So are we seeing deception of the WHO?
It would fit wouldn't it?
They are making us think the represent salvation when it could possibly mean they're are the devil, deceiving the world.
2009 influenza pandemic Main article: 2009 flu pandemic Swine Influenza A/H1N1 In 2007, the WHO organized work on pandemic influenza vaccine
development through clinical trials in collaboration with many experts. A pandemic involving the H1N1 influenza virus was declared by Director-General
Margaret Chan in April 2009. By the post-pandemic period critics claimed the WHO had exaggerated the danger, spreading "fear and confusion" rather
than "immediate information". Industry experts countered that the 2009 pandemic had led to "unprecedented collaboration between global health
authorities, scientists and manufacturers, resulting in the most comprehensive pandemic response ever undertaken, with a number of vaccines approved
for use three months after the pandemic declaration. This response was only possible because of the extensive preparations undertaken in during the
The bracketed numbers are just the sources of the wikipedia article.
Find it here
Did WHO play up the Swine Flu ''pandemic'' to introduce vaccines?
Do I need to explain why introducing vaccines is a bit.... suspicious?
No, I think we all know where that will head and what it could possibly imply.
The second symbolic part of the logo is the wheat.
Wheat is a symbol of life and resurrection - This is also a religious belief.
But how does this relate to WHO? Or the UN for that matter as they have the same logo but the UN logo has no serpent.
Does this mean the life, death and then resurrection of the human race?
Perhaps it doesn't quite mean we are going to die but more that the earth will experience near death or come to a sort of dooms-day, which will end
with a few surviving to resurrect what is left. I have no clue.
Another way of looking at it is denoting immortality. This could mean that the UN can't be stopped. This is a more appropriate symbol of wheat and is
state in this article
The same article also talks about wheat being a strong masonic symbol.
We can also look at it as what the Greek gods and goddesses wore.
They are known as a ''Wreath of Laurel leaves'' and are a symbol of victory.
In common modern idiomatic usage it refers to a victory. The expression "resting on one's laurels" refers to someone relying entirely on long-past
successes for continued fame or recognition, where to "look to one's laurels" means to be careful of losing rank to competition
Read it here Article
For further fame and recognition?
maybe thats what the immortality part means?
The UN/WHO will be immortal through the mark they left on history?
My last bit of hidden symbolism which i will leave you to ponder on.
That's all for the UN/WHO logo anyway.
More to come.
edit on 23-11-2012 by curiousrb because: (no reason given)