March 13, 2009

Coinstar Machine's Displays Satanic Baphomet Symbol



Michael Difensore
Cantontruth.com

On the side of most coinstar machines is a star resembling a Satanic Baphomet symbol pictured below. Although the coinstar logo is a lopsided star you can clearly see this stars intentional secret meaning when comparing the two.


In the 19th century, the name of Baphomet became associated with the occult. In 1854, Eliphas Levi published Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie ("Dogmas and Rituals of High Magic"), in which he included an image he had drawn himself which he described as Baphomet and "The Sabbatic Goat", showing a winged humanoid goat with a pair of breasts and a torch on its head between its horns. This image has become the best-known representation of Baphomet. Levi's depiction is similar to that of the Devil in early tarot cards, but it may also have been partly inspired by grotesque carvings on the Templar churches of Lanleff in Brittany and St. Merri in Paris, which depict squatting bearded men with bat wings, female breasts, horns and the shaggy hindquarters of a beast. Lévi considered the Baphomet to be a depiction of the absolute in symbolic form and explicated in detail his symbolism in the drawing that served as the frontispiece:

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

That is beyond ridiculous.
Claiming any company using a star in their logo is directed with Satanic initiatives is laughable.
Use reason to distinguish the malign from the coincidental, or uncover some infernal link in Coinstar.
Peace.

Anonymous said...

Symbolism is used so often that we take it for granted we are not affected by it, which is to say that subliminal suggestions have no effect. The unconscious mind has no reasoning ability, so what goes into it gets mixed in with reality and rational thinking, distorting, confusing, and taking it's toll
in such a way that by the time we or any professional attempts to learn the source/cause of disturbances in our life, we never suspect these underlying visual stimuli. It isn't the "use of the star" that causes the dilemma, it's the rotation of the star so that the two points are placed in the position of the famed Luceferic
use of the star within a circle, known as the Pentagram, which represents the Bahemoth and is still very much used by practicing witchcraft groups and individuals to summon Lucifer/Satan, and is a very powerful but dangerous practice, forbidden by the Holy Scriptures for that reason. Should one ignore the warnings, they have brought the consequences upon themselves. Once learned, one cannot claim "ignorance". To ignore symbols, even if used "innocently/ unconsciously" by another, is to ignore the crossing guard of an on-coming Apocalyptic locomotive in one's life, and can have significant impact to the victim of the Craft, one reason our world has inadvertantly corrupted itself.
"My people perish for lack of knowledge".

Anonymous said...

Correction for Annonymous: "Baphomet" not Bahemoth! My error.

Ian said...

First of all, there is no "summoning Satan" in the Satanic practice. Satanists don't believe Satan even exsists. You are right however, about the "Use of the star". Upright it represents the elements combined with Divinity at the top point.
I think people are reading too much into things they see around them. Instead of people saying "This is wrong!" or "This is right!" why don't we (as in humanity) quit fighting and learn to respect the differences of others, and maybe even learn from them. You realize 90% of our wars are because of religious beliefs? My number one pet peve is "Thou shalt not kill" yet it was ok for the crusaders to kill everyone who did not conform to thier god. Your "Holy Scriptures" also say "Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live." Your... scriptures are contradictive.
I'm sure you've never read the Satanic Bible, so I won't hold it against you. I have read the KJV Bible twice, the Message once, and the NIV Bible twice. I've been down that road & I've seen too much hypocracy. Perhaps your God is a stand up guy, but maybe Man's carnal instinct has twisted the story too much, and that god no longer exsists.
"My people perish for lack of knowledge."? Then why are Christians so afraid to educate themselves?

Ian said...

P.S.
I did not mean to attack anyone. I appologize if I came off doing so. Anyone wanting to respond to me directly can contact me at: Kronick83@hotmail.com