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Do you know what the Fifa World Cup is?

Fifa world cup is where a lot of countries send their best players to compete in a wildly televised soccer/football tournament.

The ritual has nothing to do with football and again the football is only used as a pied piper to attract the audience to watch and witness the event. In ancient times real physical battles took place in arenas (gladiators etc) instead of football matches and people were literally slaughtered to create the necessary levels of emotion (creation of spiritual energy). The battles were always in honour of the sun gods or their agents (Royalty) and that is exactly what is happening at the world cup in modern times. It is not entertainment for the masses, the entertainment is simply manufactured to create the emotion and many forms of entertainment can be used. Football is a very popular one so it was chosen for large rituals. The event simply takes place in honour of the sun gods, again it is not to entertain the masses. The fans are simply hypnotised stooges that endorse the ritual through their free will. The feel good factor connected to the games is simply manipulated to the extreme.

On a spiritual level, the fans, will literally be deceived in to worshipping ‘the chalice’ (The world ‘cup’) that represents pied piper sun deities created by the Serpent Cult. The fans are literally entering sun temples (sports arenas like soccer city) and worshipping their enslaver. By accepting and worshipping this chalice the masses give the right to rule the human race to those that are represented by the Serpent Cult. Has the penny dropped yet?The people at home at the fans fests, mentioned earlier in this article, etc are also joining in the mass sun ritual. They too are literally bowing to the chalice. The ‘world’ cup. It is all a scam hidden behind a sport called football. Again the football has absolutely nothing to do with it. The people in all participating countries that are driving around in cars, symbolic chariots, adorned in occult symbolic flags and emblems are also joining in the ritual. They haven’t a clue what they are doing and the Serpent Cult is pissing itself at human stupidity and the trickery that is taking place.

-Mathew Delooze

Look at the top right and flip it to the left, What do you see?
A bird’s head, But not a normal one, It is the same head as Horus’s head, And Horus is showing one eye.

All-Seeing Eye Symbolism

You only need to look at a couple of Lady Gaga pictures or videos to notice that she is constantly hiding one of her eyes. Most people will simply interpret this  as ”a cool thing to do” or a “fashion statement”. Those who have passed the 101 of Illuminati symbolism know that the All-Seeing Eye is probably its most recognizable symbol. The gesture of hiding one eye, usually the left one, goes way back in occult orders. Here’s an explanation of the origin of the Eye of Horus.

Horus, the sun of Osiris and Isis was called ‘Horus who rules with two eyes’. His right eye was white and represented the sun: his left eye was black and represented the moon. According to the myth, Horus lost his left eye to his evil brother, Seth, who he fought to avenge Seth’s murder of Osiris. Seth tore out of the eye but lost the fight. The eye was reassembled by magic, by Thoth, the god of writing, the moon and magic. Horus presented his eye to Osiris, who experienced rebirth in the underworld.
-Dictionary of the Occult

One thing is for sure:  Many Celebrities are “gaga” for the All-Seeing Eye.


Christina Aguilera

Back to Gaga

This last picture is very significant. It confirms the fact that the closed eye is used in the context of esoteric symbolism. Her left eye is in her hand, referring to the Hand of Fatima (evil eye). Also, one can’t ignore the resemblance with Baphomet.


Mayan Football/Soccer

The football started in Mayan culture where the two teams kick the ball as many times as possible to make it go through a ring attached to a wall, The losing team will be sacrificed to god (Their gods are demons loyal to Satan, Just like the Egyptian culture.).

Now what is today’s sacrifice?




Just look at these painful pictures, There are much worse and more terrifying pictures you can find, South Africa spent 4 BILLION EURO for the world cup!

And every year the world spend 50 BILLION EURO on football, If they spent a small part of it then starvation in the world will be over.

Just imagine the huge amount of negative energy billions release through out the world, And the rituals we do without knowing, We are worshiping football, It is a simple pointless thing but people are brainwashed that we can’t live without football. This is why England is the one who worked to spread football through out the world, England is the homeland of the Illuminati.

And do you remember Moses’s story?
Where the Jewish started to worship a golden cattle and stopped worshiping god?
Well, The golden world cup is the cattle.

It is a ritual.
They take the money that should be spent on the thousands of people dying every single day in Africa on football.
It is also used to keep people away from thinking about those people…

I am not here to dictate to you. Let me make that clear. I don’t want to ‘tell you’ about the many different levels that spiritual symbolism operates on. I want you to see it for yourself. You will then be duped no more.
Occult symbolism operates on many many levels and it involves EVERYTHING you are involved with in this world, I mean everything. It is the ultimate method of control over your mind and spirit. Everything you do in your life is initially triggered by the esoteric symbolism used and controlled by the Serpent Cult.
They control the matrix type illusion we live in simply because they trigger your mind to react in a certain way, when they want your mind to react. They use our minds and our free will to create the world they want and they will use our minds to enslave us and we will willingly do so unless we wake up.
Occult symbolism coupled with our false five sense education and programming directs all areas of your life and it controls all areas of your life 24 hours a day, from your birth to your death, lifetime after lifetime. It is vital, in my opinion that you start to look around and question things that are going on through your own eyes and not those provided by the Serpent Cult or anyone else for that matter, including me. Then maybe one day you will see right through your hypnotic state and remember who you really are. It is that person, the real you, that I am appealing to today. The real you is the ‘energy’ deep down inside you, the real you is NOT the fucked up sack of brain-dead shite that imprisons you either, believe me, that part of you has been created by the Serpent Cult.
(Exert from Paint Your Wagon by Matthew Delooze 2008)


About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several children  books for Muslim Kindle for kids in Islam  and Sharia Ruqyah for exorcisms in adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

Comments on: "Paranoid Conspirators Link Fifa World Cup To Satanic Doom and Gloom" (4)

  1. FIFA ignoring mistakes, writing sickeningly glossed history
    By Brooks Peck

    Anger, fear and paranoia abound as the blatantly horrible referee mistakes pile up like the massive amounts of cash being generated by the 2010 World Cup. The two most recent incidents — Frank Lampard’s disregarded goal against Germany and Carlos Tevez’s miles offside opening score against Mexico — were so bad that they go beyond mere errors in judgment and have some considering more sinister puppeteering at work.

    And the justification of that is growing. Already resolute in their anti-technology/instant replay stubbornness, FIFA is now trying to ensure there is no evidence against referee rulings inside the stadiums, as there was when Tevez’s offside goal was shown on Soccer City’s big screens, which caused Mexican players to intensify their protests. From the AP:

    FIFA spokesman Nicolas Maingot said Monday that replaying the incident was “a clear mistake.”

    “This will be corrected and we will have a closer look into that,” Maingot told a news conference Monday. “We will work on this and be a bit more, I would say, tight on this for the games to be played.”

    Maingot said the screens were used to broadcast a FIFA “infotainment program” to fans before the match and could be used to replay some match action.

    The only “clear mistake” FIFA admits to is that they shouldn’t have allowed people to see the real mistakes. Is it time to grab the torches and pitchforks yet? Not quite. There’s more.

    As Tom Dunmore at Pitch Invasion points out, the match reports on FIFA’s official website recap a much cleaner version of what happened in both of Sunday’s matches. On Lampard’s goal:

    Meetings between these two sides often provide talking points and this one’s came 60 seconds later when Lampard’s shot from the edge of the box struck the underside of the crossbar and bounced down, with the referee ruling the ball had not crossed the goalline.

    It simply bounced down and was ruled as having not crossed the line? That paints a very different picture than what everyone with a television saw. It makes it sound as if it was almost close. And it was only a talking point because the only people who didn’t recognize it as a goal were the refs.

    On Tevez’s first goal:

    Tevez might have thought his chance had gone when Perez raced out to block bravely at his feet, but Messi was quick-witted enough to return the ball towards goal, where the Manchester City striker was waiting to head home. Breaking the deadlock enabled Argentina to take a firm grip on proceedings, and within seven minutes that hold was strengthened as Mexico reached for the self-destruct button.

    “Waiting to head home” … in an astoundingly offside position.

    Sure FIFA nor any corporate entity wants to highlight their failings on their official website, but FIFA’s attempts to hope everyone simply forgets what they saw goes beyond those match reports. According to the AP, they kept their lips locked during the press ravaging that was Sunday’s daily briefing, too:

    The governing body of world football did not send any officials with responsibility for referees to its daily briefing despite widespread furor over Sunday’s errors.

    FIFA spokesman Nicolas Maingot faced hostile questioning but said he was not competent to discuss decisions by referees or football’s rules-making panel, which has rejected introducing video technology that would help match officials.

    “We obviously will not open any debate,” Maingot said. “This is obviously not the place for this.”

    The debate is already open, Mr. Maingot. It’s been released from confinement and it has you surrounded. If the sport’s glittering centerpiece of a tournament — the one that this debate threatens to ruin — isn’t the place to discuss it and maybe even do something to at least appear as if you care, then where?

    But the primary question remains — is it corruption at work or ineptitude compounded by embarrassment? To be honest, it almost has to be the latter. If the fix was in, you’d think they would at least try to be sneaky about it rather than purposefully ignore clear goals and blindly overlook offside infractions that even someone unfamiliar with the rule could spot. That’s just stupidity. Then again, this is FIFA and whether it’s protecting sponsor against poor street merchants and ladies in orange dresses or doing business through nepotism, subtlety has never been its strong suit.

  2. Will Any Players Speak Up?
    The World Cup and the Politics of Immigration

    The World Cup has produced some mercurial moments, with defending champions Italy getting the early boot, all African teams but Ghana vanquished in the first round, and longshots like Japan and Slovakia advancing to the knockout round. We’ve heaped plenty of scrutiny on England’s lack of zest, South America’s well-deserved success, and France’s pathetic implosion. But the tournament has also provided compelling political undercurrents that deserve our attention.

    For starters, several European countries with borderline draconian immigration policies have benefited massively from immigration. While the right-wing ratchets up its anti-immigrant rhetoric, it’s immigrants who have actually helped these countries achieve World Cup success. Take Germany. Without Mesut Ozil—the son of a Turkish guest worker—whose left-footed zinger against Ghana vaulted Germany to the second round, the Germans would not only be manifestly less imaginative but long ago would’ve been back in Deutschland nursing hefeweizen and watching the rest of the tournament on television. Brazilian-born Cacau has injected energy into Germany’s attack after securing citizenship last spring. His striking partner Miroslav Klose was born in Poland as was Lukas Podolski — and both were stars in Germany’s 2006 World Cup campaign.

    In Switzerland, where leading political party, the Union Démocratique du Centre, has pushed anti-immigrant policy and tried to outlaw the construction of minarets, Gelson Fernandes, who was born in Cape Verde, scored the gamewinner against mighty Spain while Congo-born Blaise Nkufo has provided a consistent, muscular presence up front. And where would Portugal be without their skillful Brazilian-born trifecta of Pepe the enforcer, striker Liedson, and midfield stalwart Deco whose play was pivotal in getting Portugal to South Africa in the first place? Despite racist wailings from Arizona, the US squad has also benefited from immigration. Jozy Altidore—who was vital to US success in this World Cup—has parents who emigrated from Haiti. Altidore regularly wears a wristband with a Haitian flag on it to acknowledge his heritage — to be sure, the wristband also has an American flag on it.

    Such immigrant success on the World Cup stage has induced a wave of Orwellian doublethink, with right-wing hyper-nationalists football aficionados simultaneously holding two contradictory ideas in their skulls at the same time. Veins bulging from their necks as they root for the home team, these fans spout xenophobia by day and don the national team strip by night.

    But European reactionaries and conservatives aren’t the only ones suffering from doublethink. I suffer from it, too, though in a different sense. I realize South Africa is getting reamed by FIFA, with record profit outflows leaving the country and extravagant stadium building prioritized over the basic needs of the citizenry. FIFA and its boosters have trotted out the standard-issue, trickle-down claptrap used to rationalize all international sporting extravaganzas. There’s also the unsavory practice of corporate sponsors fiendishly enforcing their commercial pole position, hounding ambush marketers as if they were abject murderers. All together it’s red-card-abominable and I fully support the dissidents who are marching against these serious injustices.

    And yet my heart can’t but help get fully immersed in the ups and downs of this World Cup. Sure, I love the game of football, but I also believe football players have the potential to press us collectively toward a more just society. Terry Eagleton recently wrote, “for the most part football these days is the opium of the people, not to speak of their crack cocaine.” The subtle key to that passage is “for the most part.” In fact, numerous footballers themselves have sliced against this zeitgeist, engaging in a wide array of charity work. Holland’s Dirk Kuyt runs a foundation that makes sport more available to the disabled. Joseph Yobo of Nigeria has done significant social-uplift work with youth in the Niger Delta, doling out more than 300 educational scholarships. Fellow Super Eagle Nwanko Kanu runs a foundation for people with heart ailments.

    But charity work is not the same thing as taking a strong, public stand on controversial issues like immigration or war, let alone engaging in social-justice activism. Due to the hyper-commercialized nature of football, players don’t want to alienate sponsors (existing or potential), aggravate team owners and administrators, or deflect the venom of fans who screech that they should just shut up and play. It makes more sense to go the route of David Beckham, becoming a one-size-fits-all, polysemic athlete who spectators can read in any way they wish.

    Yet I can’t let go of the glimmering hope that footballers could speak out. You may be mumbling to yourself that the odds of this happening are about as good as those of French coach Raymond Domenech being named World Cup Manager of the Year. But players have moved beyond charity work in the past, with Didier Drogba employing his football acumen as a platform to help reconcile political factions in the Ivory Coast.

    And sportswriter Dave Zirin is right: “Sport is, at the end of the day, like a hammer. And you can use a hammer to bash someone over the head or you could use it to construct something beautiful. It’s in the way that you use it.” In these final days of the World Cup, I’ll be relishing the luscious mélange of teamwork, individual skill, and artistry that only football can deliver. But I’m also hoping that a big-name footballer will brandish his socio-political hammer to build something bigger than himself and indeed bigger than the FIFA World Cup Trophy.

    Jules Boykoff is a former professional soccer player who represented the US Olympic team in international matches. He is an associate professor of Political Science at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. He can be reached at:

  3. reallynow said:

    I don’t believe in this nonsense nor do I care, but I won’t be ignorant for the meer fact that people read WAY too much into such things. If it will make all the “illuminati” researchers, studiers or what ever happy, the world must just be in a standstill! If we all do nothing then you wouldn’t worry so much about us performing rituals. I believe if you spent as much time praying, praising and loving God, putting your faith in his hands to steer you away from all evil as you do on the illuminati, you wouldn’t have this problem! There are Christians, “Christians”, Believers, and cult members! It’s your choice who you want to spend all your focus on! I watch soccer because it’s a game! I also play netball? Am I a cult member? I enjoy rugby, what rituals are involved there? Which god are we worshipping when we swim? Read? Breath? Sleep? Come on! Pay more attention to the Lord, your creator and Father and less on convincing grown people that every activity they do is satanic! If I’d swear the way you people go on, you’re most probably part of the cults.

  4. Allaah Knows Best!

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