Olympic Ceremonies

Not long ago, I had a conversation with some other people regarding the opening ceremony of the Olympic games. Not being a fan, I didn’t watch it on TV but became quite concerned after seeing bits and pieces of it on the internet. 

After a good search and a plea for assistance we found there was no stream available to be watched.  Yeah, we can stream The Closer, but not the opening ceremony of the oh-so-important Olympic competition the masses flock to be a part of. Hmm…

I was able to see some of the still photos on the web along segments of home video. The symbolism was quite shocking, dark and sinister, but no relation at will with the games, or the athletes. Don’t you find that strange?

A much trusted researcher, whose knowledge and insight I am thankful for, has taken the time to put it all together. You will see these ceremonies have nothing to do with “the games” at all. I find that quite odd and quite disturbing.

So what is that message?

An in-depth look at the symbolism behind the Olympic Ceremonies

And as a side note, and because I think there is a very strong connection, we should also consider the symbolism presented during the 2012 Superbowl halftime show.

Are we entertained yet?

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6 thoughts on “Olympic Ceremonies

  1. I was able to find the opening ceremony on NBC’s website – the entire thing, 3 hours 45 minutes: http://www.nbcolympics.com/video/2012/nbc-replay-london-2012-opening-ceremony.html. It was disturbing to say the least, especially the huge baby’s head. Did you notice the lit-up phoenix in the Olympics’ closing ceremony? Very similar to the Superbowl half time show’s last image in lights with the label “world peace”. There are definitely repeating occult themes that are spread throughout this so-called “entertainment” – especially when the masses are watching.

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