I'm not a huge Adventure Time fan, though I do find the show funny and enjoyable, but some things really stuck out to me and so I came up with a few conspiracy theories:
Hunson Abadeer ruler of the Nightosphere- Is actually a cognate of the goddess Artemis; Goddess of the hunt and moon; And her twin brother Apollyon (in Greece) aka Abaddon (in Hebrew); God/angel of destruction and the abyss/realm of the dead. His actual name being 'Huntsman Abaddon'
Huntsman - Simply got ride of the 't' and changed 'man' to 'son' down the male hierarchy.
Abaddon - Simply take off a 'd' and, this is just speculation, 'don' seems close to 'doe' it would be easy to change it to 'deer'.
-- These also seems to have representation of the male and female aspects; Son (male)/Doe (female). There also shows a bit of duality and equal exchange (?) - they took one letter from one word so they had to take one letter from the other.
Both Artemis and Apollon used a bow and arrow as their weapons. As the goddess Athena watched over Apollon at the battle of Troy, she titled Apollon (aka Apollyon, Appolo) as the 'Striker From Afar.'
Enchiridion - In reference to the god Enki and actual Enchiridion books; Specifically (spell books) for Demons and Hell.
Enchiridion - A book containing essential information on a subject. The word "encheiridion" (Ancient Greek: ἐγχειρίδιον) is an adjective meaning "in the hand" or "ready to hand". The word sometimes meant a handy sword, or dagger, but coupled with the word "book" (biblion, Greek: βιβλίον) it means a handy book or hand-book. Epictetus in the Discourses often speaks of principles which his pupils should have "ready to hand" (Greek: πρόχειρα). Common English translations of the title are Manual or Handbook.
Enki (also known as Ea, Enkig, Nudimmud, Ninsiku) was the Sumerian god of wisdom, fresh water, intelligence, trickery and mischief, crafts, magic, exorcism, healing, creation, virility, fertility, and art.
Iconography depicts him as a bearded man wearing a horned cap and long robes as he ascends the Mountain of the Sunrise; flowing streams of water run from his shoulders, emphasizing his association with life-giving water, while trees representing the male and female principle stand in the background.
The streams are interpreted as the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers which, according to one myth, were formed from Enki's semen. His name means "Lord of the Earth" and his symbols are the fish and the goat, both representations of fertility.
I find it strange that there actually are streams of 'water' in the Nightosphere and that the way to summon Hunson Abbadeer is with drawing a symbol, while reading from the Enchiridion. and then throwing 'milk' on it.
Episode: To Cut a Woman's Hair
When Finn is looking for a beautiful lock of women's hair to give to a witch who's sat on Jake. He thinks to go look in a graveyard so he doesn't have ask any other princess for their hair; Making them think he likes them. Digging up a corpse of a princess named 'Princess Beautiful' he expects her to have great hair; She turns out to be a skeleton with now hair and above her grave, on her tombstone, is written
"Princess Beautiful, she was so beautiful, but died of baldness'
I think this is an eerie way of saying she was a beautiful girl who actually died of Cancer; During chemotherapy ones hair falls out; Often resulting in them shaving it all off instead of letting it get patchy.
Baphomet is played by Margles (magic Man's wife)
Episode: You Forgot Your Floaties
Margles, in scene, says ''I have to stop the 2nd coming of Golb'', This seems to be in reference to 'stopping the 2nd coming of God/Jesus' - Evil defeats goods and stops his return in a kids show? - Also just seems like they added and 'L' (taking an 'L' means taking a 'Loss' today, maybe why they added it?) and just reversed the 'D' to a 'B'.
Moments later she turns into Baphomet-like creature and attacks Magic Man saying she 'came from his nightmares', then shoots out snakes that bite him and then shock him.
Just like Baphomet, Margles gets:
- Goat Horns
- A flame in the middle of her head
- Angel Wings
- Animal nose+non-human face
- One finger pointing up and the other down 'As Above, So Below'
- Cloak covering male genetalia
-Shirt covering breasts/female character
- Representation of Snakes
- Reference to Satan/Lucifers falling; Lightning
It seems very clear to me that the 'demon' Golb is actually God, and Margles is Lucifer/Baphomet; And they're all trying to stop God and his 2nd coming; Making the evil guys look like the heros and making God look like the bad guy; Where God is the demon/monster and the villains are the angels and good guys.
- by Lucifer Hellven |
- Non Fiction
- | Submitted on 05/06/2019 |
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