Gog, Google, Gold and the Goddess:
How Illuminati Trademarks Blaspheme
the LORD God of the Bible
by Jeremy James
The sociopaths who control the United States, and who are in the process of igniting World War III, are incredibly arrogant. While hiding their intentions – and even their existence – as much as possible, they are prone on occasion to put their ‘signature’ on their best work. They especially like to honor the ‘god’ of their false religion and to have the masses unwittingly bow down before him.
For example, as many commentators have already noted, some of the principal dates in the Christian calendar are actually pagan feast days – the goddess of fertility is worshipped at Easter, which is named after Ishtar, one of the most senior Babylonian deities; the 12 days of Saturnalia, which celebrate the chaos of the underworld and its dark lord, Saturn, are marked by the 12 days of Christmas; while All Hallows Eve, which is meant to honour the memory of faithful Christian believers, is used instead to celebrate the very opposite, the wicked frenzy of the fallen angels during the dark feast of Halloween – a variant of All Hallows Eve.
The occult significance of certain brand names
This covert practice continues today through such well known names as Amazon, Nike, Starbucks, Yahoo, Apple, and Google.
Take the name Amazon, which most people associate with the river in Brazil of the same name. However an ‘Amazon’ was also a member of an all-female tribe in ancient Greek mythology, some of whom were related to the gods. They were fearsome warriors who triumphed over men in battle and are revered today as role models by a certain class of lesbian.

Another well-known brand name, Nike, is also derived from mythology. Nike was the winged goddess of victory whose image was depicted with great frequency in ancient Greek art.

Yet another female deity is represented on the Starbucks logo and in the brand name itself. We are led to believe that the name originally chosen for the company was ‘Pequod’, after the whaling vessel in the famous novel, Moby Dick, but that this was later replaced by the name of its chief mate, Starbuck.

However,given the extraordinary significance that the company attaches to its logo – which we will examine shortly – it seems more logical to conclude that the name is really an amalgamation of two ancient deities, Ishtar (whom we have already mentioned) and Mammon. The latter is mentioned several times in the King James Bible and served as the supernatural personification of “wealth” in the epic poem, Paradise Lost, by John Milton. The modern slang equivalent of Mammon is Bucks. Thus Ishtar-Mammon becomes Star-Bucks.

The choice of name in each case – Amazon, Nike, Starbucks – is deliberately pagan. The same idea may also be found in the brand name of the computer manufacturer, Apple. As with Starbucks, the full significance of its name becomes apparent only when it is considered in conjunction with its logo:

An apple with a bite-sized chunk missing is a clear reference to the Garden of Eden. While the variety of fruit concerned is not specified in the Bible, it is traditionally taken to be an apple. Thus the image of an apple with a piece missing is a symbol of man’s rebellion against God.

name ‘Yahoo’ is actually derived from one of the Biblical names of God – Yah – which appears four times in the New King James Bible. It is also the first syllable of the most sacred name of God, Yahweh. According to the Jewish Encyclopedia (1906) the name Yahu is an important alternative rendering of Jah or Yah, where the suffix ‘hu’ denotes the third person masculine singular.

It is certainly disquieting that one of the most sacred names of God is used for commercial purposes by a large corporation in its pursuit of Mammon.

Not to be outdone, the blasphemy was echoed by Google. The story commonly told is that the name ‘Google’ is simply an alternative spelling of the mathematical term ‘googol’, meaning 10 to the power of 100 (10*100), an astronomically large number

However, if we examine the two syllables in the name Google, another explanation may be found. ‘Gog’ is one of the names in the Bible for the Antichrist (or a major Antichrist figure), while ‘El’ is a Biblical name for the one, true living God (see Genesis 33:20). In pronunciation ‘Gog’ rhymes with ‘brogue’. Thus Google and Gog-El are phonetically and orthographically very similar. Interpreted in this manner the message is plain: ‘Google’ asserts that the Antichrist will usurp the place of God.
Given the contribution that this company is now making to the creation of a New World Order, which is an essential precondition for the arrival of the Antichrist, there is a sinister rationale to it choice of name.
We have also seen how two of the brand-names, Amazon and Nike, exalt the goddess or feminine deity in her militant, wrathful aspect. Strangely, Starbucks does this too! Its official website includes a page addressing the question, “So, Who is the Siren?”


Here is what the author went on to say:

"Over the last 40 years we’ve made some changes to that identity. Now we’re doing that again, to keep ourselves relevant as we evolve without ever losing sight of our heritage. But the Siren has always been there. She is at the heart of Starbucks.
"As a writer, though, I can tell you that there is a lot more to her than just the design and how she looks. This is what she means to me, and to us.

"She is a storyteller, carrying the lore of Starbucks ahead, and remembering our past. In a lot of ways, she’s a muse – always there, inspiring us and pushing us ahead.
And she’s a promise too, inviting all of us to find what we’re looking for, even if it’s something we haven’t even imagined yet.
She means something different to every one who sees her, who knows her. For me she’s kind of the final say on the spirit of everything I write and everything we do. Even as I’m writing this, I wonder what she thinks. (She likes it, by the way.)
Here we are today. Our new evolution liberates the Siren from the outer ring, making her the true, welcoming face of Starbucks. For people all over the globe, she is a signal of the world’s finest coffee – and much more.
She stands unbound, sharing our stories, inviting all of us in to explore, to find something new and to connect with each other. And as always, she is urging all of us forward to the next thing. After all, who can resist her?
Not me."

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This is an undisguised eulogy to the goddess, the daemon or muse of pagan mythology. She is believed to guide, inspire and control the destiny of men. In her siren aspect, she can be dangerous and will punish all who trespass upon her domain. Starbucks are not just marketing a brand of coffee; they are preaching the false gospel of the New Age, where people of all nations – “people all over the globe” – are invited to acknowledge the divine feminine, the pagan goddess of all religions. As the blurb says, “She is at the heart of Starbucks” and “[she is] inviting all of us to find what we’re looking for.” Incredibly, the pagan adulation is such that she is actually proclaimed to be the highest spiritual reality:

“[She’s] the final say on the spirit of...everything we do.”

Adulation of the Goddess in the New Age[??]

"The New Age is portrayed by its advocates as a quantum leap forward in human evolution, where man supposedly makes contact with the divine feminine within himself and discovers that everything is connected: As the Starbucks website says: “Our new evolution liberates the Siren from the outer ring...She stands unbound...inviting all of us in to explore, to find something new and to connect with each other. And as always, she is urging all of us forward to the next thing. After all, who can resist her?”

The Starbucks philosophy, as expressed in these words and highlighted in their logo, is pure Wicca. The Siren is the wrathful goddess of all occult mythologies, who can destroy the careless and the foolish but who will reward and exalt the hero. She likes to flaunt her own sexuality and to be worshipped through the performance of wanton sexual acts.
The figure at the center of the Starbucks logo adopts a posture that is clearly intended to be sexually provocative. The earlier versions did this even more graphically than the current one – see those of 1971 and 1987:      5