The mascots of the 2012 Olympics are secret symbols from the true heirs of Jesus that signal an imminent messianic event. But are they cute?
The Olympics in London are a mere 248 days away. The 2012 mascots are Wenlock and Mandeville. Mandeville is the mascot specifically for the Paralympics.
Both names come from English locales, Much Wenlock and Stoke Mandeville. You can read about the details from the official site of London 2012. You can also play games and sing along with the mascots. But good luck figuring out just what they are.
The back story is that Wendeville and Manlock are drips of metal from the last whatever-metal-thingy used in building the London site for the Olympics. Something like that. But even though these guys surf rainbows and have extremities filled with goodwill, there’s something sinister about that giant Teletubby eyeball.
Don’t take my word for it. The mascots, the location and the logo (how “2012” can be tilted to read “ZION,” for example) have already been deciphered and linked to the Illuminati.
Reminder: Tom Hanks is not the head of the Illuminati. He played a guy named Robert Langdon in the movie version of Dan Brown‘s novel The Da Vinci Code. Langdon was hating on the Illuminati in that movie.
To have a taste of what all the fuss is about, try this short video interview with Rik Clay (part 2 of 4). The video is from a few years ago. Mr. Clay died in 2008, an apparent suicide. Mysterious, right?
Wow! It turns out all those logos and symbols and mascots are working on my subconscious and your subconscious, and, as Clay points out, “the subconscious can precipitate into matter.”
So Wenlock’s all-seeing eye is in the service of Isis, who is using the Knights of Templar and their black magick to bring about a messianic event starring an ancestor of Jesus of Nazareth. After that event, there will be a new world order, a cashless society, one-worldism and I don’t know what.
And you thought the problem with Wenlock and Mandeville was their supernatural cuteness. They seem like good guys. They like children, that’s good, right?
Overall they’re about as cute as any other mascot from the Olympics. Certainly cuter than the threatening fox (?) from Sarajevo 1984, but not as cute as The Snowlets from Nagano 1998.
You can see them all here at The Olympic Design site.
When it comes to the most sinister looking mascots, I have to go with the two bears from Calgary 1988, Hidy and Houdy.
They’re supposed to be an “inseparable” brother and sister pair of pants-less polar bears. I have taken the liberty of coloring them ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise, in honor of the three great condiments that continue to bring nations together in one mouth.
It’s hard to believe Hidy and Houdy are in the service of the Illuminati, but who knows? Cowboy hats are well-known symbols of the occult, so it’s possible.
(Main photo by Chris Dixon, courtesy of WENN.)