Nike’s Kobe System: Advertisement With an Illuminati Message

January 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

Nike’s Kobe System promotional ads feature basketball player Kobe Briant posing as a useless motivational speaker who “guides” people that are already successful to…beyond success. The entire thing is funny and ridiculous but the strong symbolism present in the ads hint to the “true” nature of success…and what happens “beyond” it. Here’s one example of the series of ads.

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You have Kobe speaking in front of “successful” people like Kanye West, billionaire Richard Branson and motivational speaker Tony Robbins. You know these people are not in the ad for the money. They’re here to “represent”. The slogan of the system is “Success for the Successful” and Kobe talks about the step ABOVE success. What is the step above being a successful person in one’s field? Being introduced (or initiated) into the elite – a club that guarantees financial and societal privileges.

“Success” is represented by the apex of a pyramid – the same apex that has the Illuminati‘s all-seeing eye on the Great Seal of the United States. On each side we see a phallic symbol pointing downwards a “womb” represented by the “V” shape above the triangle, which represents the all-important concept of union of opposites in Illuminati symbolism.

So, yes, this is an ad to sell shoes. But it is also an ad to sell the elite and its symbolism to the masses.

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