An Oscar [award] is an occult reference to the Egyptian deity, Sokar the God of lies, sinners and destruction. The same goes for the statue of liberty in New York. It is a reincarnation of the ancient Goddess Hecate, the goddess of death. The symbolism of destruction and self-destruction lies at the core of the Anglo-Saxon cultural code. Like medieval lepers, they ty to spread their death and self-destruction to everybody else to ensure quasi-equality.
One looked like a relative. The other is simply a New Colossus.
The only monkey's uncle here is you, Al.
An Oscar [award] is an occult reference to the Egyptian deity, Sokar the God of lies, sinners and destruction.
No, Sokar, the old falcon god of Memphis, is an ancient god of the Earth, metalworking and the ritual of the Opening of the Mouth, fusing with Ptah and Osiris.
The same goes for the statue of liberty in New York. It is a reincarnation of the ancient Goddess Hecate, the goddess of death.
No. Firstly, it is, shockingly, a statue of Libertas, that is, the Roman personification of freedom. Secondly, Hecate is not a goddess of death, but of crossroads, threshholds, witchcraft and all things spooky. Even with a deity that actually IS sinister in her own mythology, you fail!
"Oscar [award] is an occult reference”
I think you’ll get better traction attacking ‘Nike’ as Pagan. Or the days of the week. Or half the months of the year. Or, have you read the oath your doctor took?
"Sokar the God of lies, sinners and destruction.”
If that were true, would i only want a limited number of liars and sinners to get ‘an Oscar’? Wouldn’t i be coming up with a way to get EVERYONE on board with the god i want them to worship? Like the occult symbols on the dollar bill?
WHY would i have a conspiracy so that on 50 people a year could get one? And why would anyone get it twice if that were true?
"The…statue of liberty…is a reincarnation"
A reincarnated…statue? Really? I mean, if you said ‘copy’ or ‘homage to’ or ‘repurposing,’ that might be a concept worth evaluating. But… A STATUE died? And was reborn later?
Gonna need you to sit in the corner for a bit and try to figure out what you actually mean to say, here, as you’re just babbling idiocy. I mean, even for a conspiracy nut, this is stupid.
Like medieval lepers, they ty to spread their death and self-destruction to everybody else to ensure quasi-equality.
Bloody fucking hell…
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There are two stories about how the Oscar got its name. The first dates from 1931:
The most popular explanation, and one generally given by AMPAS officials, is one that goes back to 1931. The story goes that when an Academy Awards librarian named Margaret Herrick first saw the golden figures she exclaimed that the blank face and stern eyebrow reminded her of her Uncle Oscar.
Herrick would go on to become AMPAS Director
The other story comes from 1934:
However the first documented use of the term in relation to the Academy Awards actually comes from columnist Sidney Skolsky who referred to the award as an ‘Oscar’ in a 1934 New York Daily News article. He claimed that he was doing so in reference to a classic vaudeville joke line:
"It was my first Academy Awards night when I gave the gold statuette a name. I wasn’t trying to make it legitimate. The snobbery of that particular Academy Award annoyed me. I wanted to make the gold statuette human.”
And if the Oscar was based on the Egyptian god Sokar, it would have the head of a falcon, not a man.
Hecate, the goddess of death
I’m assuming you’re confusing her with Hel. If so, that’s not even from the same mythology.
So, the statue is really a reincarnated goddess? Hold a tic…
Hey, Hollywood? I got a pitch for you! It's a reboot of
Mannequin, but, like, bigger. Not better, mind you just… bigger.
Also, as already stated, you are sadly mythtaken about the domains of both Sokar and Hecate, and why would Anglo-Saxons use Egyptian and Greek gods when they have a perfectly serviceable pantheon of Aesir just standing there?
So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!
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