Antichrist Myths - Proctor & Gamble

Antichrist Myths - Proctor & Gamble
Yes. It’s true. The company behind a lot of our personal beauty, health, household, and pet products was the subject of close scrutiny in the 1980s, when their corporate logo was believed to be Satanic in nature. This particular issue arose from a reading of Revelation 12:1, which says, “There appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars." At the time, the P&G logo consisted of a man’s face on a moon surrounded by 13 stars, a supposed mockery of the Scripture in question.

Moreover, within the beard, toward the bottom of the logo, the number 666 can apparently be seen when viewed from inside the logo – or as a mirror image. That has to be the clincher, right?

Well, not quite.

Of course, this interpretation has been denied by company officials, who say the 13 stars and the man in the moon actually represent the original 13 colonies of the United States. And as far as we know, there is no evidence that links this company with Satanism. However, just to be sure, Proctor & Gamble debuted a new logo in 1992 that softened the “666” in the beard, along with other changes, to avoid future controversy from arising.


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