Nike is a multinational corporation specializing in the selling and marketing of all things sports, including apparel, footwear and equipment. It’s the infamous company responsible for making Air Jordans famous, and it also sponsors endless dominant athletes of the past and present. They’ve also worked with suspected Illuminati puppets, and seem to have no problem incorporating Illuminati-inspired packaging designs, questionable symbolism, and hidden messages into their advertisements that should raise more than one eyebrow.
A few instances where it seems that Nike has drunk from the Illuminati-tainted Kool-Aid include the following examples:
The Packaging Design of Nike Mojo Golf Balls
’Mojo’ refers to the ’magic’ we find in the things we do, or the good luck we perceive ourselves to possess. In other circles, it means a spell, charm or amulet. Nike has a line of golf balls called ’Mojo,’ which in the past, incorporated psychedelic imagery with tie-dye colors in its packaging design. Nowadays, this approach has changed and the packaging is a clear, blatant reference to the all-seeing eye pyramid often linked to the Illuminati.
Not only is there an eye at the center of the ’pyramid,’ but there is also a Nike golf ball positioned at the apex of the pyramid, which greatly mimics the all-seeing eye imagery of the Illuminati. Golf balls flying in different directions help to further create the ’illumination’ effect.
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Your apps want to know where you are
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What would the reactions be? One way tolerance?
Respecting peoples beliefs extends in all directions or in no direction.
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