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Showing the Satan Sign

9/11 anniversary service no place for Devil's salute

By Judi McLeod

Friday, September 14, 2007

What did President George W. Bush give the world as a symbolic gesture on the 6th anniversary of 9/11?

According to pictures taken during a 9/11 sixth anniversary ceremony, the horned hand salute.

To many, the horned hand salute is "the Satan Sign".

Why Bush would show the Satan Sign, or anything even resembling it on the sixth anniversary of 9/11, is one for the books.

Speculation was rife when Bush, his wife and daughter, Jenna flashed the Satan sign at January, 2005 inaugural ceremonies.

Norway's Nettavisen explained that the symbol was simply the "Hook 'em, Longhorns" sign that the president and his daughter flashed to the University of Texas marching band as it passed the podium.

George W. Bush and Laura BushThere were no signs of the Texas marching band at Tuesday's somber anniversary of 9/11.

Bush himself once explained his use of the hand gesture as the sign of the University of Texas Longhorns.

George Bush could be a fan of U of T, but he never attended it.

Supporters and detractors alike know that he received his undergraduate degree from Yale University, and that the University of Texas law school turned him down because his record at Yale was so mediocre.

While attending Yale, Bush joined a satanic cult called Skull and Bones.

Another oddity about Bush claiming he uses the "Hook 'em, Longhorns" salute is the salute depicted looks nothing like the typical Longhorns salute given by U of T students.

According to www.moronabroad.blogspot.com, both hands are used in the Longhorns salute, and the backs rather than the palms of the hands are facing outwards to better simulate Texas Longhorns.

It was Reuters' Larry Downing who put the Bush family on the map for the "devil hand signals" prevalent throughout the 2005 inauguration.

George W. Bush and Salute"U.S. President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush make the `Texas Longhorn' sign as a Texas float and marching band go past the reviewing stand for the Inaugural Parade in Washington, January 20, 2005. Bush was sworn in for the second term in office earlier in the day," said the photo cutline beneath the pictures.

That was the day when many sworn Bush enemies, including Hollywood stars who had promised to flee American soil should Bush make a second term but never did, were giving another kind of salute, the one-fingered one.

More than passing strange isn't it that Bill Clinton uses the same `hook `em horns' UT symbol when he's out and about?

The hand symbol flashed by Bush is known by several names: Devil's Triad, 11 Cornuto, Cornuto, the Horn, the Horned Devil, Twin-horned Salute, Horned Hand, Devil Salute and Devil Horn Salute. Whatever you call it, the hand signal is formed so as to resemble horns. (Ibid, 226-7).

The Horned Hand or Mano Cornuto is a satanic salute, a sign of recognition between and allegiance of members of Satanism or other unholy groups.

Perhaps Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who claimed to have picked up the odor of sulfur when Bush was at the United Nations, had been poring over Internet pictures of Bush flashing the salute.

Mind you, Chavez is hardly the Holy of Holies other than in his own mind.

But getting back to the hands of George Bush during 9/11 sixth anniversary services.

The President of the United States of America could not stand with his hands at his side during the minute of silence?

Meanwhile, maybe the devil made him do it.

Canada Free Press founding editor Most recent by Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years experience in the print media. Her work has appeared on Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, Glenn Beck. Judi can be reached at: [email protected]

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