Whether or not you believe in a physical manifestation of Satan, some people proclaim to have deciphered Satanic symbols in the most inconspicuous places. Some companies have even allegedly used the symbols of Satanism, whether by accident or perhaps in the hope that tapping into dark energy will bring in more profits. According to those who see these symbols, many are woven into the dense tapestry of American culture. If you’re curious about all of the Satanic symbols out in the open, keep reading to find out how to spot signifiers of the Beast.
None of these images are hidden; you just have to know what you’re looking for. Satanists seem to prefer to use the “forest for the trees” method when it comes to placing dark symbols in architecture, artwork, and even hand gestures. These pentagrams, number sixes, and other spooky designs provide a visual dog whistle for those who prescribe to a more demonic way of life. Here's some more information about the Satanic symbols that are all around you, waiting to be noticed.
The Walt Disney company logo famously incorporates its founder's signature - and perhaps a series of three sixes as well. The numerals in question seem to appear in the "D," the dot of the "I," and the "Y," though some people prefer to place the third six in the "W."
If you glimpse an aerial view of Washington, D.C., you'll see a massive five-pointed star with the White House sitting directly at the tip. Insert your own joke about politics being the tool of the devil here.
The logo of the worldwide coffee chain seems to reference the Order of Baphomet, one of the many offshoots of Satanism. Specifically, the spacing of the stars and the double-circle shield design look very similar.
According to some theories, "Lady Liberty" is reportedly a Satanic idol of a false god that was gifted to America by French Freemasons. The statue tells the American people that liberty is gained from the individual and other cultures, not from the Christian God.