posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:18 PM
Augustus - when you see a butterfly fly across the field during that game, didn't you know that was an Illuminati plant? Didn't you know that it is
sign meant to control your mind? (Cue the theramin music). Didn`t you know that all butterflies - even real ones - are tied to Project Monarch? And
it, along with all those other signs have some sort of ``magic`` power to instanantly convert all who see them (even if people have no idea what
they`re supposed to mean in that context)? :rolleyes: There are clearly lots of people who are weak-minded enough to believe it, but it's still a
pile of horsesh1t.
I'll never understand why some people just don't get that a sign or symbol, even a butterfly or the Eye of Providance, only has meaning within a
particular context or framework; in other contexts, they could and do mean something completely different, or have no meaning at all. For example,
the swastika might have been turned into a symbol of hate by the Nazis in the mid -20th century, but long before that, it was a sign of peace and
love. Similarly, the pentagram wasn`t always associated with dark forces, and the Eye of Providance has been used in artwork since midieval times to
represent God, not some mysterious cabal of "controllers".
The people who jump up on their stumps, preaching to the world, claiming they know the `real` meaning of the symbols and words of a given fraternity
or organization are usually dead wrong. They apply meaning out of context, usually from some forgotten religion or other unrelated organization, and
assume that it means the same universally.