Right outside the port of Copenhagen, Denmark, resides a Unicef building. This was actually the first symbol I noticed after a long Atlantic ocean crossing earlier this year. After extensive research on this logo I finally decided to describe it for you all in detail. The logo of Unicef contains three symbols that are taken directly from ancient Greek. We see the mother with child, an olive wreath, and a grid like symbol of Earth.
Mother with child
To be honest with you, I wouldn’t say anything about this part of the Unicef symbol, except that instantly remind me of another image — a mother feeding a child, which is a representation of Iris feeding Horus. This ancient symbol is one of the most used symbol by every religion.
I guess on the Unicef logo its just a mother holding the child in her arms, which is a good thing.
“The olive wreath also known as kotinos (Greek: κότινος), was the prize for the winner at the ancient Olympic Games. It was an olive branch, of the wild- olive tree that grew at Olympia, intertwined to form a circle or a horse-shoe. According to Pausanias it was introduced by Heracles as a prize for the running race winner to honour his father Zeus. In the ancient Olympic Games there were no gold, silver, or bronze medals. There was only one winner per event, crowned with an olive wreath made of wild-olive leaves from a sacred tree near the temple of Zeus at Olympia. Olive wreaths were given out during the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens in honor of the ancient tradition, because the games were being held in Greece.” — Wikipedia
What in the world is the sacred tree near Zeus’ temple that this wild-olive wreath was made from? Pagan religions create their own symbols like sacred trees, wild-olives branches, and “heaven” also know as Olympia. It is amazing to know that such ideas are a complete counterfeit of ideas found in the Bible, which people passionately reject everyday. Not only is the Bible the original source of these images, but the meaning of them is completely different and comes from a kind and loving God. Through these images, and much more, God guides us how to live without getting ourself in too much trouble and they are also a means to show us how He loves us. They are not just a meaningless symbols.
So how does Bible describe olive branches? I will briefly submit to you two interpretations and you can research on your own to decide which version suits your heart better.
The first interpretation tells us that olive branches are the representation of God chosen people, Israel. The wild-olive branches are the gentiles grafted in by the circumcision of their hearts through repentance and accepting the Messiah (Yeshua) and God the Father (YHVH) and His commandments. These two branches later become one.
This interpretation is fascinating to me, because in the whole bible we see how ‘pressed’ we are as olives by tribulations and challenges to later become as pure as possible.
I strongly recommend you watch this amazing and mind opening video from Pastor Jim Staley from Passion For Truth.
(Couldn’t find the original file from the PFT YouTube channel. I believe Pastor Jim Staley is working on an updated version of “Identity Crisis”, so stay tuned.)
The second interpretation tells us that the two olive branches are the Word of God which is the whole Bible called “the flying scroll”. With this interpretation I will give credit to Walther Veith from Amazing Discoveries. By the way, Walther is one of the biggest examples of how atheist can become a zealous man of God. I highly recommend you watch this video about his personal experience, and how from being a high authority in the subject of evolution, he dramatically changed his views and found numerous proof of creation in the universe.
11 Then answered I, and said unto him, What are these two olive trees upon the right side of the candlestick and upon the left side thereof?
12 And I answered again, and said unto him, What be these two olive branches which through the two golden pipes empty the golden oil out of themselves?
13 And he answered me and said, Knowest thou not what these be? And I said, No, my lord.
14 Then said he, These are the two anointed ones, that stand by the Lord of the whole earth.
1 Then I turned, and lifted up mine eyes, and looked, and behold a flying roll.
2 And he said unto me, What seest thou? And I answered, I see a flying roll; the length thereof is twenty cubits, and the breadth thereof ten cubits.
3 Then said he unto me, This is the curse that goeth forth over the face of the whole earth: for every one that stealeth shall be cut off as on this side according to it; and every one that sweareth shall be cut off as on that side according to it.
The gridded symbol of Earth
I won’t take a lot of time describing this one, because it’s just a sphere divided by grids, but there is one thing that is more than interesting. You cannot see this on the Unicef logo, but its very clear from the logo of the United Nations which is almost identical. This earth grid is divided by 33 sections. As we all know, the number 33 is extremely important in the world of Freemasonry. There are “only” 33 steps of the ladder that you can climb being a Freemason. It is important to mention that only 32nd and 33rd degree Masons are the ones who really know what’s going on in the Freemason world and who they really worship.
My question is, why is this grid divided in 33 sections and not for example 25? It would look almost identical. My guess is there is a motive behind it…
As we see, organizations like UNICEF or the U.N. do not take their roots from the Bible, but from pagan religions. If you do not believe, let me bring you something more. Inside of the main building of the U.N. right at the entrance a statue of Zeus welcomes you.
Not convinced? Have you heard of the special meditation room inside of the U.N. building?
“Perhaps the best way to comprehend what the all-seeing eye represents is to examine the architecture of the Meditation Room of the United Nations Building in New York City. The Meditation Room is…shaped as a pyramid without the capstone. Inside, the room is dimly lit, but coming from the ceiling is a narrow but concentrated pinpoint beam of light which radiates down to a bleak stone altar. On the wall straight ahead is a breathtaking, modernistic mural that is dynamically endowed with occult symbolism, containing twenty-seven triangles in various configurations, a mixture of black and white and colored background, and a snakelike vertical line. At the center is the all-seeing eye, which grips the millions of annual U.N. visitors with its stark, beckoning image of suspicion and omnipresence.” — Texe Marrs
“But the stone in the middle of the room has more to tell us. We may see it as an altar, empty not because there is no God, not because it is an altar to an unknown god, but because it is dedicated to the god whom man worships under many names and in many forms.” — Dag Hammarskjöld – second Secretary-General of the United Nations in the 1950’s
Alrighty then. Ever wondered which Publishing House prints and spreads material for Unicef and the U.N.? It is a company called Lucifer Trust. Of course the name was to obvious, so they changed it to Lucis Trust. Lucis Trust is the Spiritual foundation of the United Nations!
On Lucis Trust books, magazines, and website you will find lots of interesting symbols, taken straight from ancient Egypt or I should say, the bottomless pit of hell.
“Lucifer Publishing CoIn 1923. Bailey changed the name to Lucis Trust, because Lucifer Trust revealed the true nature of the New Age Movement too clearly.” — Constance Cumbey, The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow, p. 49
The demonic world and its organizations will do everything to counterfeit God and twist the truth as much as they can. The biggest trick that Satan does, is to be as similar in symbolism, rules, or any other manifestation that is supposed to represent our God and be good for you but in a twisted truth kind of way. This is where he is winning souls. People think that they are doing the will of God, just to find out at the end that it wasn’t God at all, but a demonic trick.
Am I saying that Unicef or the United Nations are bad?
In my opinion, they are not bad on the surface, but what is hidden underneath that layer of ‘goodness’ is control, which is not so good. I don’t mind if these organizations are helping people if people want to be helped, but unfortunately this is not the case. Many times these organizations are looking to control more than people would like. Vaccination are one of the best examples. Do you think that vaccinations humans or these institutions create are doing lots of good? Well, you might like to know that lots of vaccinations actually create new problems and diseases. Some of them help for many types of viruses and diseases, but some of them are causing many people to actually die. I could agree that these companies are helping, if they were to give every human being a choice. If at the end of the day, countries, through these organizations, are forcing people to be vaccinated, and if you choose not to be vaccinated your medical coverage will be cancelled, then I do have a problem with that.
God gave us free will, to choose and make educated good decisions or bad decisions. Satan uses this attribute of ours to control our choices by feeding us as much junk and fear as possible, until we accept this as normality. For example, 15 to 20 years ago there were never as many movies against God, or movies filled with pornography that we see now. In the past things were censored for film, television, magazines and radio. You might say that under that control we had no freedom. I will submit to you that there is nothing wrong with having an authority, who tells us: “Do not commit adultery” or “ Do not steal.” The world today accepts the norm to have sex at anytime with anyone, to download/copy things like movies, pictures, books, etc. illegally.
If you still think these things are normal, how you would feel if someone were to steal your software, or a movie that you worked on many years to create, and put thousand of dollars into it, and now you do not see the fruit of your work, because someone has decided to put it on a pirate websites as a torrent? Or how would you feel if your only child got kidnapped by a man or a society and was forced to have sex with multiple people while being filmed and shown around the world on pornographic websites? One of the saddest things is when someone asks me for a piece of music, or a software and I say “no”, it’s me who is a “weirdo” and not them. Yes, I am weirdo and I’m proud of it. At the end who is really a weirdo, theft or adulterer?
In conclusion, it is important to recognize and research the origins of these types of symbols that surround and bombard us on every level every day. Do not take anything at face value. Educate yourself. I urge you to check out the information I’ve written about in this post and see how readily available this information is. It is right there, yet we as a society refuse to see it.