MamyPoko is a massively popular brand of disposal diapers and for good reason. Their disposable diapers, when compared to those offered by competing companies, are very absorbent and can retain more fluids keeping baby posteriors more comfortable and with less occurrences of diaper rash. I should know as we alternate disposable diapers for our child, using cheaper brands when it is convenient for us to change them frequently, and using MamyPoko diapers when the luxury isn’t afforded to us.
Unbeknownst to most however, the MamyPoko branding hides some distasteful elements which, when brought to light, may prompt some to have a long, serious look at their perception of reality.
The logo of the manufacturer, Unicharm, resembles a reptilian eye. I believe that what is being signalled here is akin to that which is leveraged by Taco Bell’s own reptilian eye logo.
I’m sorry about the faded colours as I was unable to find another image of the packaging on the internet and hence, am using a picture that I tweeted a while back via Instagram. The not-so-subtle embedding of three sixes in a yellow sun-god signalling circle seems to indicate exactly which supernatural entity sponsors their corporate activities.
I find the new MamyPoko wordmark to be truly offensive. The ‘M’ of the wordmark occults its real intention, the signalling of the ritual sodomy which is essential to the magick practised by the ruling elite. I am continually amazed by how the Lord continues to annoint Bob from the Open Scroll Blog with wisdom and understanding. His writings are a truly great blessing in this late time! He laid it out for us in his Sodomite Gateway Series, commercial logos often mean despicable things. The Kudawara Pharmacy and A-Style logos were flagged by Bob early in his series regarding a subject that the Masons call “the tie that binds”. On the packaging, liquids are poured into a crease that resembles a part of the anatomy that is covered when a diaper is put on. The liquid that issues out from the containers twist together to form a strand which I feel alludes to DNA being inserted via the backdoor. The three arrows pictured in the image that follows, supposedly to illustrate the absorbency and dryness of the diaper product, I feel, represent the phallic arrows found in the seal of the Society of Jesus. Winnie-the-Pooh does the Illuminati one-eyed thing in the presence of a kite, shown in the typical basic construction that features the Latin cross, signalling the eye of Horus.
In this variation, the illuminated child emerges from the Royal Arch of Freemasonry, with his illuminated third-eye positioned at the top of the pyramid formed by the design elements framing the wordmark and the arch. In this version, the child’s third-eye forms the capstone for the oft depicted truncated pyramid.
In this variation sodomizing stars, representing the fallen angels, are placed alongside the band of colour that highlights the child’s buttocks. There are three bands of colour and where blue and red meet, we should find a band of purple. Nevertheless, the band in the center is off-white, a beige colour, which can be seen as a light yellow, the colour of starlight, or the illumination of the fallen angels. The three bands of colour also seem to be an allusion to triple helix DNA and the coming mark of the beast. All very offensive to the right-thinking person, and should be all the more so for those in Christ.
Disney, a company that is synonymous with occult signalling and subliminal messages, is Unicharm’s collaborator, and many MamyPoko products feature Disney characters. In the image above, the products feature Winnie-the-Pooh. Poo is a child’s word, a euphemism for rectal functions. In the images above, both Winnie-the-Poo bears are placed at the end of the gastrointestinal track. In the image on the left, Poo’s body depicts the act while in the M44 packaging image, his arms mark the path. Both Poo’s are handling a purple butterfly each. Purple is the colour that signals ritual sodomy while the butterfly signals a Monarch slave controlled by its handler, the sodomizing Poo bear.
I investigated the phrase ‘pokopoko’ online and apparently, it could either mean ‘a dimple’ or is a term to indicate “rough up and down” in Japanese. Hmmmm… It seems the phrase does have some occult significance as well. I’ve seen an animated film that had the word ‘poko’ in it. Pom Poko is a 1994 animated film from the popular animation company Studio Ghibli about shape-shifting racoons. Studio Ghibli is no stranger to pagan religions, in a country where the majority either ascribes to, or is influenced by, Shinto beliefs. Many of their works are fraught with occult magick and supernatural elements. In the image above, the Hermetic maxim “as above, so below” is portrayed in the characters at the top corners of the mural that hangs on the wall. In the top-left corner is the Chinese character for “Yin” which represents feminine and dark energy, while the character on the top-right is the character for “Yang” which represents masculine and light energy. The illuminated animals on the mural have halos surrounding their heads, which is a feature of most solar-worshipping cults.
Pokopoko is also the name of a Maori dragon, a deified hero from the lore of the aboriginal people of New Zealand. Known as a peacemaker, his full moniker is “Pokopoko-whiti-te-ra” or “Pokopoko who causes the sun to shine”. More ominous solar-worship references for you.
You may be asking yourselves why I am making a big fuss out of all this. If we can glean so much from the packaging designs of a commercial disposable diaper brand, imagine what else could be observed from all the other products that permeate our lives. Think of the detestable things that the elite do in private. They do it blatantly for they are seldom brought to justice. They do it implacably and without remorse . We live in a topsy-turvy world where religious convictions can be seen as gay-bashing, and we can potentially be penalized for having them. It is a world in which that which is of the devil is often tolerated, if not outright accepted. I believe we are called upon to denounce their ways and judge them by their fruits as scripture exhorts us to do.
Ephesians 5:11-12 and have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of the darkness and rather even convict, for the things in secret done by them it is a shame even to speak of,