Rainbow symbolism

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The rainbow is a well-known symbol in many religions. The rainbow flag is also a major symbol for the alphabet-community. Here we can discuss the religious meaning of the rainbow and understand why it’s so important in the alphabet-community.
 






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It's to do with lgbtq. Not most of them though
Yes, it is said to symbolize diversity and inclusivity. In different religions, however, the rainbow often appears around the beginning of a new human race, i.e. in Genesis and the dreamtime of the Aboriginals. So maybe we’re seeing the rainbow ‘propaganda’ everywhere, because it symbolizes the announcement of a new human race (without male/female duality).
 






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Yes, it is said to symbolize diversity and inclusivity. In different religions, however, the rainbow often appears around the beginning of a new human race, i.e. in Genesis and the dreamtime of the Aboriginals. So maybe we’re seeing the rainbow ‘propaganda’ everywhere, because it symbolizes the announcement of a new human race (without male/female duality).
Unfair because they're pushing young children into becoming something they're not. Why can they not push the agenda and let kids be kids. They want the world to be infested into lgbtq robots.
 






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At the beginning of Constance Cumbly's 1983 book: 'The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow : the New Age Movement and our Coming Age of Barbarism', she wrote this about the rainbow.

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Yes! That is really important to note, because I think that’s what’s really all about.
Moreover, it reminds me of the Viking myths where the rainbow forms a bridge between Midgard (inhabited by humans) and Asgard (by gods). The rainbow enabled controlled access to Asgard, because you had to die with your boots on to get to Asgard.
 






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Yes! That is really important to note, because I think that’s what’s really all about.
Moreover, it reminds me of the Viking myths where the rainbow forms a bridge between Midgard (inhabited by humans) and Asgard (by gods). The rainbow enabled controlled access to Asgard, because you had to die with your boots on to get to Asgard.
Good to know. This should be a worthwhile thread.
 






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Question:

Have they been turning kids into these lgbtq minions back in the days? The 80s, 70s, 90s, 60s and wayy back?
 






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At the beginning of Constance Cumbly's 1983 book: 'The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow : the New Age Movement and our Coming Age of Barbarism', she wrote this about the rainbow.

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That excerpt makes sense if you consider Lucifer to be Baphomet, who is a hermaphrodite. That also explains why Lucifer is worshipped by ‘the elite’ and the lgbt-movement is promoted by the same ‘elite’.
 






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At the beginning of Constance Cumbly's 1983 book: 'The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow : the New Age Movement and our Coming Age of Barbarism', she wrote this about the rainbow.

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During the first lockdown in the UK the rainbow was widely circulated as an image which could be displayed to show support for the health service. With young children stuck in houses and in need of distraction there were soon rainbow images in almost every window and they could frequently be found hanging from trees in local parks. Perhaps one more example of how the populace have become unwitting participants in occult rituals. Mask wearing, the 8 o clock applause for health workers, the 'Rule of Six' social distancing regulations and even these children's rainbow images.

Incidentally, the Marvel Thor movies in particular show the Bifrost rainbow bridge. They're full of occult symbolism, from the obvious such as the inverted triangle on Iron Man, the inverted star on Captain America, frequent one eye symbolism to the more obscure.
 






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That excerpt makes sense if you consider Lucifer to be Baphomet, who is a hermaphrodite. That also explains why Lucifer is worshipped by ‘the elite’ and the lgbt-movement is promoted by the same ‘elite’.
This may be worth a watch:


Those who follow Kabbalah venerate the Adam Ha Rishon who is like the Baphomet, both male and female:

The Sabbateans held that Sabbatai Levi was the incarnation of Adam Kadmon. That could be what causes so many to invert the gender of their children and has spawned the attack on duality and the idea of two genders. They worship the divine androgyne which brings both male and female into one form. Luciferian unity over divine dualism.
 






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I came across this. I can't verify what is being said here but thought it was worth sharing.


Traditionally, rainbow has also been interpreted as the thunder god’s (e.g. Jupiter, Indra, Ukko) bow. Also, just as noted earlier, rainbow is the bridge of Venus-Lucifer, Manas, the purest self-awareness to reach towards the middle point, the mutual source of existence of every living being. This duality, in the sense of energy reaching from the center to the outer circles, can also be seen as Jupiter’s or Indra’s lightning, vajra, which electrifies and puts physical matter in motion. While rainbow can be seen as energy traversing in two directions, vajra also shares this duality: in addition to the lightning, it also is a diamond, man’s solid, divine self and consciousness. It is Manas, which like a diamond, cuts through everything, but is so dense itself that it cannot be cut or divided. It’s the crown that Lucifer sets on the rainbow, the power he has given to us; misinterpreted as a fall, and more correctly seen as lightning flashing from the sky toward earth.

What should be determined from all this? The rainbow symbolizes the oneness of everything manifested and unmanifested. It expresses every one of the rays both together and separated, and especially those which are important to human life, even though it’s only a fraction of everything that exist.



That excerpt makes sense if you consider Lucifer to be Baphomet, who is a hermaphrodite. That also explains why Lucifer is worshipped by ‘the elite’ and the lgbt-movement is promoted by the same ‘elite’.
I believe you may be correct.
 






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During the first lockdown in the UK the rainbow was widely circulated as an image which could be displayed to show support for the health service. With young children stuck in houses and in need of distraction there were soon rainbow images in almost every window and they could frequently be found hanging from trees in local parks. Perhaps one more example of how the populace have become unwitting participants in occult rituals. Mask wearing, the 8 o clock applause for health workers, the 'Rule of Six' social distancing regulations and even these children's rainbow images.

Incidentally, the Marvel Thor movies in particular show the Bifrost rainbow bridge. They're full of occult symbolism, from the obvious such as the inverted triangle on Iron Man, the inverted star on Captain America, frequent one eye symbolism to the more obscure
All symbolic of Lucifer and the Age of Aquarius.

David Spangler, Director of Planetary Initiative at the United Nations (department has since been removed from rosters), has said, “Lucifer comes to give us the final Luciferic initiation…that many people now and in the days ahead, will be facing – for it is an initiation into the New Age… No one will enter the New World Order unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. No one will enter the New Age unless he will take a Luciferian initiation.”
 






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