reply to post by LazarusTsiyr
Regardless of what others have said, I for one Applaud you for your efforts!
I have posted quite a few times on this site in past threads over the years on this very same subject. As someone who has become very familiar with
occult and religious symbolism of the years, I noticed that the use of these symbols are permeated in all aspects of our culture, especially in the
After a while I could barely watch a movie without noticing some reference or seeing embedded symbols. I would point it out to friends and family
members, but since they were not aware of the meaning of the symbols they did not see it or understand why it was put there, so they would find it
either laughable or it made them angry because they liked the song, movie, artist, actor or product and did not want it to be true.
However, I have become amazed how many of those people have now changed their stance after they started to see it for themselves. Now, I have fellow
co-workers, friends and family members coming to me all the time showing me what they are seeing too. For the mind cannot unsee what it has seen for
So don't give up the fight. Those who do not yet see, cannot see for they have yet to grasp ..."Why". Their "Normalcy Bias" kicks in as they try
to explain it away, but in due time...they all come around, some just take longer than others!
Its just depends on what stage of Acceptance you are in:
1)Denial - "It's not true, not happening, it's a misunderstanding, not listening..."
2)Anger - "I can't believe and don't want to believe this is happening and upset that it might be true".
3)Bargaining - "Maybe I can still like the entertainment/product if I don't pay attention to the lyrics/message".
4)Depression - "If this is true, I can't stop it, there is nothing I can do about it, so why care".
5)Acceptance - "Ok I get it, now what do I do now".
I know that the above stages is from "The Kübler-Ross model" for the "5 Stages of Grief", but it actually shows how most of us deal with
accepting something we don't want to be true like death, a divorce, or something that goes against our current views or logic.