Skip to comments.Why are the stars on the Republican elephant upside down?
Posted on 11/30/2001 4:17:56 AM PST by Jimbaugh
Why are the stars on the Republican elephant upside down?
| As part of a graphics job I was redrawing the Republican Elephant in postscipt so I could use it in a high resolution design job that I was doing. I noticed that the stars are upside down.
When I looked at the Democrat version of this logo I found that the stars are pointed up.
I did a little research and found the use of the five pointed star upside down has satanic uses. I have searched and searched but I can't find out who designed the Republican logo. I have a feeling some neo-pagan, democratic designed this logo and is laughing everytime he sees this logo on a Republican advertisement.
I may be wrong but I think the Republicans have been had again.
By the way, there are hidden microphones in every Proctor and Gamble product, so watch what you say in the laundry room.....
You have the donkey printed upside-down - it should be flat on it's back with it's feet in the air.
The first is easy to show. If you want to go over every line segment, you'll have to go in and out of a dot. Impossible because there are three line segments touching each dot. You can go in, come out, but once you go in again, you are stuck.
The second is harder to show. But it's impossible, too. The figure is called the Petersen graph.
Next question: why does the Democrat donkey wear bell bottoms?
Lucifer (l¡´se-fer) noun
1. The archangel cast from heaven for leading the revolt of the angels; Satan.
2. The planet Venus in its appearance as the morning star.
[Middle English, from Old English, morning star, Lucifer, from Late Latin Lúcifer, from Latin, morning star, light-bringer : lúx, lúc-, light + -fer, -fer.]
It mean literally, light-bringer, because when venus is visible in the morning sky, it precedes the sunrise.
I'm not sure how the word got connected to Satan. Again, I think this was just invented by Dante or some other author at a much later date.
The Romans were famous for adapting others histories into their own
The early Christians as well. That's why we celebrate Christmas in December. Since no one knows on what date Jesus was born, that date was chosen, in part, to take steam out of pagan celebrations concerning the winter solstice.
Death to the New World Odor !! !! !!
If when you look through a magazine,see if you don't notice that 3 of anything is used, flowers,people,settings. Its the same reason that watch manufacturers use the time 10:10,its more pleasing to the eye.