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[–] IndigenousAlien [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

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[–] Bulgakov 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

They gotta be like squiggly swirls..not smooth. I think it's a perversion on the golden number (the nautilus design ) only the pedos squiggle it to pervert it kinda how Satanists invert the crucifix. The conflation b/w the golden number and the pedo symbol needs to stop. One is found in nature and great works of art, and the other is a pedo symbol

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[–] LoPhatt 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

While it is possible for someone to innocently appropriate pedo symbology for use in their art, it is far more likely intended if the establishment deals in children things. I have no doubt that "insiders" (regardless of their perversion) do this to signal other like-minded perverts. It is "safe" in that those "in the know" will recognize it and those who complain will be dismissed as paranoid.

Just like with Freemasonry, the symbols are everywhere. Any mason worth their salt can point them out. For the "cowans" not so much. Not being attracted to this sort of behavior makes it hard for me to understand people's desire to belong. I do recognize that it is so. It is like those idiots who spend thousands of dollars on "team gear" for their favorite sports team. It is a total, utter mystery to me. But, I see them do it virtually every day.

So those who collect Beanie Babies advertise the fact and those who molest kids do too.

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[–] psynapz 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Swirls represent many lovely things and add whimsy to a design layout. Haven't you ever seen chakra diagrams with swirls to indicate the polarity of each chakra? Many legit and harmless contexts, including when designing any number of legit things for kids.

A blue triangular swirl - in particular - is the "boy love" pedo symbol according to the FBI.