posted on Aug, 3 2018 @ 07:05 AM
This is entirely a boredom topic, and does not actually represent the beliefs of the poster in anyway, but is merely an observation based upon a
specific set of beliefs observed by others in the past. That being said, let's head down the rabbit hole.
I remember awhile back on the boards when there were a whole bunch of shenanigans involving memes and meme warfare with emphasis on Pepe the frog.
Whole bunch of stuff about representing some ancient god, and being used as a symbol against the elite, but being hijacked to destroy the symbol by
alt right and turning into a nazi and blah blah, blah. Point being the power of symbols to mystically represent and empower things by taking
advantage of the collective conscious. Sort of creating a mega god tulpa that helps enforce a goal or will of the group it represents. Thus if Pepe
was an elite opposed meme, the clear need to destroy and corrupt the image. That being said, this thread isn't really about that stupid frog, is
more for reference and context. So on to the point.
Owls, owls are considered for many reasons to be symbols of the elite, we all know and have heard this. It seems to me that, ever since the Pepe
thing, they've become even more common as a symbol, they're everywhere. It almost seems like every other commercial has some kind of owl, and
they've even brought back that old commercial that never set well with me, and had kind of twisted symbolism if you consider the owl the symbol of
the elite, which is mostly old corrupt questionable politicians and bankers. You the know the one. The lollipop commercial where the naked kid
innocently seeks the guidance of the old wise owl who takes his lollipop which represents the child's innocence in the form of his question and the
owl instead of answering the question eats the lollipop thus taking advantage of the child's innocent naivety to take advantage of him and corrupt
that innocence. The symbolism is seriously messed up if you decide to apply symbolism there.
So are the elite committing memetic warfare with owls? Are they pushing glasses, and colleges, and other products in our faces, along with stealing
the innocence of young boys, all using owls for a reason? Why is the symbol of the elite becoming more and more common everyday? It just seems like
the owl as a symbol is getting bigger and bigger.
And that's my trip down the rabbit hole for today. It was a hoot to say the least. Let's hope I don't have to Ribbit it later.