Pepe the Frog and the Cult of Kek
Pepe the Frog is, in fact, the modern-day avatar of an ancient Egyptian deity accidentally resurrected by online imageboard culture.
Does that sound like the most b@tsh#t crazy thing you’ve ever heard?
Strap in, friendo. You’re in for one hell of a ride.
Kek/Pepe the Frog has esoteric significance…
pisces -> (amphibian) -> aquarius
Molech = MLKh, king = MLK. Kh = death, K = life
Kek = KK, Kuk =KhK
Pepe = PP@ = freedom freedom source
interpretation: transition from tyranny to sovereignty through unconstrained source purpose.
Palmists call the middle finger the finger of Saturn. The Saturn finger provides a clue on the individual’s responsibility and discipline in life.
14 = work, seed or desolation
fish = pisces
“For me, it has always been about trying to live up to the responsibility described by the Prophet Micah that we do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with our God” ~ Hillary Clinton
And all the graven images thereof shall be beaten to pieces, and all the hires thereof shall be burned with the fire, and all the idols thereof will I lay desolate: for she gathered it of the hire of an harlot, and they shall return to the hire of an harlot.
The Clinton campaign has claimed that a cartoon frog used in an Internet meme is in fact a symbol for “white supremacy,” in response to an image of Pepe the Frog shared by Donald Trump’s son.
Here’s the short version: Pepe is a cartoon frog who began his internet life as an innocent meme enjoyed by teenagers and pop stars alike.
But in recent months, Pepe’s been almost entirely co-opted by the white supremacists who call themselves the “alt-right.” They’ve decided to take back Pepe by adding swastikas and other symbols of anti-semitism and white supremacy.
You can't take something back if it wasn't yours in the first place.
Trump’s Occult Online Supporters Believe ‘Meme Magic’ Got Him Elected
Written by Paul Spencer
November 18, 2016 // 10:50 AM EST
On the morning of November 9, Théodore Ferréol sat in front of his computer in Paris and wondered what had just happened. Ferréol is not an American citizen and so hadn’t voted for Donald Trump personally. But as an occult researcher, he knew about those who claimed responsibility for Trump’s upset election victory: an online group that spreads images of a cartoon frog.
This group largely identifies with the so-called “alt right”, a white nationalist group, and believes the frog, named Pepe, is imbued with a magical power to bring Trump into office—as long as devotees plaster the frog’s image everywhere, like a flyer for takeout food.
“I've been observing [this phenomena] first hand for quite some time now,” Ferréol told me. “And I'm fascinated at the way internet folklore is turning into something new—not exactly activism, not exactly religion, but something close to a new form of magic and animism in an era when communities have transformed into tribes. And they are savage, creative and, as we now know, really powerful,” he added, referring to the online communities where Pepe is literally considered a god.
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