Conspiracy theorists love two things: looking for noon to 10 p.m., and finding spooky stuff where no one would have gone to find it. What could be more creepy (and a tad far-fetched) than seeing the devil everywhere? Like… really everywhere. From buildings to brand logos, to certain songs or personalities. EVERYWHERE, BLOODY HELL.
1. The Pyramid of the Louvre, work of the illuminati, the devil, or just a drunken architect?
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This not-so-phew building has the conspirators talking. On the one hand, we see in its pyramid shape an allegiance to the Illuminati. On the other, we affirm a satanic construction. According to conspiracy theorists, the building is made of 666 sheets of glass. In reality, it was simply designed by the architect Ieo Ming Pei, and has 673 panels. We relax, and we queue to admire the Mona Lisa, like any good self-respecting tourist.
2. Stairway to heaven, a satanist subliminal text?
The conspirators advance several arguments. First, they explain that the song puts the flea in the ear with the lyrics “Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings” and “And if you listen very hard, the tune will come to you at last”which means “Because you know words sometimes have a double meaning” and ” And if you make an effort to hear, eventually the air will come to you”.
Then, in the place, we can hear “If there’s a bustle in your hedgerow, don’t be alarmed now, it’s just a spring clean for the May queen. Yes there are two paths you can go by, but in the long run there’s still time to change the road you’re on. » (“If there’s a commotion in your hedge, don’t panic, it’s just spring cleaning for the May Queen. Yes, there are two paths you can take, but at the end of the day: there is still time to change your path. ») Nothing alarming.
On the other hand, they affirm that listened to in reverse, this part of the song gives “Oh here’s to my sweet Satan. The one whose little path would make me sad, whose power is satan. He’ll give those with him 666, there was a little toolshed where he made us suffer, sad Satan. ». Translate: “Oh, to my sweet Satan. The one whose little path would make me sad, whose power is satan. He will give those who accompany him 666, there was a small tool shed where he made us suffer, sad Satan. » Ok, a bit creepy, but you have to be able to hear it, anyway.
3. The Starbucks logo, a hidden Baphomet?
A conspiracy theory which, in addition, requires digging into the archives to bring out the barista’s old logo. But that’s not all ! You also have to turn it over to imagine Baphomet’s horns in the mermaid’s tail. That’s a lot of steps, though.
4. Monster, a logo that would mean “666”
Conspiracy theorists have compared each bar of the logo’s “claw” (forming an “M”) with Hebrew characters. According to them, each of these lines actually represents the “Vau”, the number “6” in Hebrew writing. Three bars, three 6s, and therefore: 666.
5. “AC/DC” would refer to satanic designations
In the 1980s, some thought that “AC/DC” was an acronym for “AnteChrist Death to Christ”, “AnteChrist Devil’s Child”, “Anti Christ Destroy Christ”, or even “After Christ Devil Comes”. In fact, AC/DC takes its name from the sign found on household appliances and just means “Current/Direct Current”. This name symbolizes the electric energy that their music releases.
6. Taylor Swift, Satanic Priestess
Or rather: clone of the satanic priestess Zeena Lavey (yeah, that goes a long way)! Zeena Lavey, daughter of the founder of the American Satanic Church, toured TV sets in the 1980s. Why is Taylor Swift accused of being the clone? Just because there are some physical similarities. All the lookalikes in the sweaty world.
7. Emmanuel Macron would be an illuminati
The conspirators see signs in all the movements of the president. Among the “evidence” noted: his speech in front of the Louvre pyramid (the pyramid being an Illuminati symbol) in 2017. If the ex-candidate justified this place as being the “symbol of his project, between tradition and modernity, past greatness and promises for the future”, some considered it rather as the promotion and proof of rallying to this sect.
Another element (even more wtf, if I may say so): Emmanuel Macron was elected in the second round with a score of 66.06%. Three 6s, as in 666. Coincidence, you say? Christine Boutin is not sure.
8. The France team, cursed by Satan
Another crazy theory! The various defeats of the French football team would simply be linked to a curse from the devil. And the theoreticians have gone a long way. Very far. First point: the stars at the crest. If we reverse them, we get a “satanic pentagram”. Second point: the acronym “FFF”. For detractors, this does not really mean “French Football Federation”, but at 666. How? Well yeah… The F is the sixth letter of the alphabet (I warned you: we’re going far). But wait, don’t put away your calculator! If 3 times 6 gives the number of the devil, how much gives 3 x 666 ??? Yes, 1998! Like the first victory of the blues in the World Cup.
After playing with numbers, conspirators have played with words. More precisely, with the name of a player: Eric Adibal, which they consider to be the anagram of “diabla”. Finally, they point out that Patrice Evra ended his career in Manchester, a club nicknamed… the “Red Devils”.
9. The Devil in the Smoke of the Twin Towers
Certainly, the attacks of September 11 were carried out by deeply horrible people, without soul, without heart, without any form of kindness. For some spirits, it is the Devil himself who acted. To support their point: this photo of the smoke, in which we can actually imagine a creepy face. Afterwards, it’s just lines formed by the smoke, and the interpretation of our brains. I see elephants in the clouds, and yet, I’m not sure that means that the clouds are an elephantine creation, what.
10. Rihanna would have sold her soul to the devil to become princess of the illuminati
It was the clips for “Umbrella” and “S&M” that would have triggered this conspiratorial movement. In the first, they simply see an illustration of the passage from light to darkness, and several symbolic references to the sect (triangles and evil eyes). In the second, they point to the use of the concealed word “illuminati” on several occasions. Afterwards, the buzz, it is thought with this kind of thing, a little too obvious to be true.
11. Satan’s plan in the NBA
It was an article by Rolling Stone, devoted to “antivax” players in the NBA, which explained that some of them considered the vaccine against covid to be a product of “secret companies implanting the vaccine to connect black people to a large computer. as part of a plan of Satan”. Oh yeah, so much more logical to consider it like that, rather than as a solution to a global pandemic. Always look for simplicity, huh.