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Creepy US PSYOPS Mission Patches with Occult Images
By Donna
May 21, 2022 6:03 pm
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Hts: I'd be particularly interested in your take on this.

"Mission patches are used by military and space organizations to identify, symbolize and describe a mission’s objectives and its crew. This tradition is also observed in the shady world of PSYOPS where each secret mission of the Pentagon gets its patch. These patches offer a rare glimpse into the Pentagon’s secret operations and the symbolism on them is rather striking: ominous and cryptic phrases, dark occult symbolism, references to secret societies, and sometimes even a rather dark sense of humor. Here’s the top 10 most sinister PSYOPS patches." See link below that includes pics of the patches

"Although it isn’t possible to know the exact meaning of the symbols found in these mission patches, they still provide a rare insider’s look at the philosophy, the mind state and the background of the organizations creating them. Sorcerers controlling the earth, vipers surrounding the earth, angry dragons clutching the earth … this is how they perceive themselves and their work. My question is: Should we maybe be a little concerned? One could argue that these patches are meant to be menacing to America’s enemies. This could be true, but most satellites launched by the NRO are meant to spy on North America, hence the emphasis on the continent in many of these patches.

One thing is certain, mission patches are the most honest descriptions we have of these secret missions. Since most of the patches were not intended for mass exposure, they are devoid of public relations sugar-coating. The patches do not talk about “bringing democracy and the light of freedom to the world”… they show the world in chains and in flames, controlled by dragons and sorcerers, and their words threaten death and destruction.

The occult symbolism illustrated in these patches is also a reminder that these organizations have relations to secret societies and are “in the know”. And those who are not in the know, the uninitiated masses, the profane, are not welcome.

I've included a few images of these patches below.

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  1. by Donna on May 22, 2022 8:59 am
    Wow, no reaction? We're putting those images and Latin phrases on rockets. There's even a little religious-type ceremony before we bladt them out into orbit.

  2. by Curt_Anderson on May 22, 2022 9:09 am
    I had a reaction Donna in seeing those although not anything particularly enlightening to say about it.

    It did sort of remind me of the way they used to paint fighter planes during world war II with tigers and devils and alike.

  3. by Donna on May 22, 2022 9:24 am
    Sort of. But these IMO are creepier.

    I learned about this from an interesting interview Curt Jaimungal did with Diana Pasulka who's a Professor of Religion and Religiosity and a book author. The interview was over 3 hours long. I was up until almost 2AM this morning watching it. She discussed other topics besides this.

    She said that there's always a small group of people at the launch site she doesn't know anything about who hold a sort of religious ceremony before each launching.

  4. by Donna on May 22, 2022 9:29 am
    There's a strange recurring theme of eleven stars on several of the patches.

  5. by Curt_Anderson on May 22, 2022 1:45 pm
    I suppose there is a natural kneejerk revulsion to the idea of PSYOPS. But really, isn't psychological warfare better than the alternative, physical warfare?

    Basically, it's propaganda meant to demoralize the enemy. An example of PSYOPS would be the distribution of pamphlets or flyers encouraging the enemy to surrender and giving instructions on how to surrender safely.

  6. by Donna on May 22, 2022 2:14 pm
    I'm not aware of any evidence that psychological warfare has ever replaced the need for physical warfare.

    I also doubt that those patches had any effect on the efficacy of PSYOPS.

  7. by Donna on May 22, 2022 2:20 pm
    Also, it's common for secret organizations, i e. Freemasons, to incorporate symbolism into their ideology.

    From the examples I'm familiar with, such symbolism mainly or exclusively hold significance for the members of the organization.

  8. by Curt_Anderson on May 22, 2022 4:21 pm
    "I'm not aware of any evidence that psychological warfare has ever replaced the need for physical warfare." --Donna

    It replaces physical warfare in the sense that a demoralized army surrenders faster.

    Finding evidence that psychological warfare was effective is similar to determining how effective Russian meddling was on our election. It's difficult to measure the effectiveness of propaganda, as it is with any advertising. John Wanamaker, a merchant, said more than 100 years ago, "fifty percent of the money I spend on advertising is wasted. The trouble is I don't know which half".

  9. by Donna on May 22, 2022 4:49 pm
    "It replaces... "

    It sure didn't seem to help end the Iraq or Afghanistan War. Or Viet Nam war. Or South Sudan war.

  10. by Donna on May 22, 2022 4:57 pm
    The logos I posted were plastered on the sides of rockets that were used to send spy satellites into orbit. Virtually no one saw them but Americans.

  11. by HatetheSwamp on May 23, 2022 4:45 am

    Sorry Donna. I've been juggling other threads and just opened this for the first time.

    As a former churchy guy, I've known many, over the years, who were into the international conspiracy of the Masons, and other secret societies. And, it was always a little too creepy and, even paranoid for me.

    I have a feeling that there may be something to it, but it's never been my thing. Sorry.

    I have no idea what to make of this other than it seems to be human nature to imagine that what I'm doing is "the Lord's work."

    So, again, sorry. I got nuthin.

  12. by Donna on May 23, 2022 7:53 am
    I don't either, but thanks for taking a look and commenting.

    Btw my dad was a Freemason.

  13. by HatetheSwamp on May 23, 2022 8:15 am

    Was he part of an international conspiracy to rule the world? Bahahahahahahahahahaha.

  14. by Donna on May 23, 2022 10:46 pm
    Actually he lost interest in the Freemasons after he retired in Ocean City. He didn't talk much about it, but I got the impression that the Freemason group in OC was cliquish and he had a hard time fitting in. He was also a Shriner. His fez was pretty cool looking, and he kept it in a nice fez case.

    After he became a Freemason in Towson, he instructed prospective Freemasons in our basement. My brother and I used to listen through the heating vents to see if we could pick up on their secrets. We couldn't hear them clearly enough to make out anything.

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