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Is This Paranoid? Satanic Car Design

December 25, 2012


We are in the Apocalypse, and car design is
 but a natural expression of the satanic zeitgeist.

Satan can take the form of a beautiful woman. Satan can take the form of a sleek animal. 
An automobile can be very satanic. These things can be anthropomorphized into Satan. ~Anton Szandor Lavey

aonata2.jpgby James Farganne

One winter night, I was walking along a major thoroughfare. As I stared into the middle distance,I became aware that the roads of my city were infested with pairs of glowing demonic eyes.

What is going on in the high-dollar world of automotive design? Since when did cars have to resemble snarling things that want to desecrate graves?

Not just headlights have taken on a fiendish aspect. The grills, when seen as mouths, underscore the malevolence. Many tail-lights reflect the trend as well, lighting up with reptilian slits reminiscent of the rape scene in Rosemary's Baby. Quite a few hatchbacks sport rear-enders that resemble devils' horns.

I can also see the satanic aesthetic at work in body designs. The lines and angles look to have been cribbed from some infernal geometry. For one of the more ridiculous examples, I refer you to the Chevy Spark, (left.) That car would not look out of place as a gargoyle on a Geiger-inspired satanic cathedral.

As far as I am concerned, such design choices cannot be passed off as functional, much less arbitrary. 

Automotive design is pretty much an applied social science, its calculations rooted in marketing psychology. Plenty of time, money, and premeditation goes into the design of a car's exterior. Check out the PT Cruiser for a classic example of calculated psychological impact.


I looked for articles or essays on demon cars, but to no avail. Google didn't even churn up any forum on the subject. Then I happened upon a piece by Dennis Hong at the humor site 

In the last section of his article 5 Creepy Forms of Mind Control You're Exposed to Daily, Hong makes the same basic observation I've just laid out: the front ends of modern cars look like faces, and not the sort you'd want to spy through your front-door peephole after a knock in the dead of night.

Hong offers two inconsistent explanations. First, he invokes pareidolia, that trick of synaptic light that enables us "to see human faces in everything; tortillas, clouds, cat butts, the moon, other faces, everything". 

The problem is, we're talking about a trend that is now ubiquitous in car design - a far cry beyond Grandma discovering the face of Jesus in a piece of French toast.

Hong's other explanation is that designers are appealing to consumer demand for such designs, because we wish to express our aggression on the road: "When we drive," he writes, "we're not out there to make friends ... Nope, what we want to convey is toughness, speed, aggression. So we want our cars to have the face of a monster."

Hong is putting the cart before the horse. Apparently he doesn't understand the nature of the culture industry, where tastes are given to the public and trends pushed on it from the top down, so as to effect social and moral degradation. 

Many are brainwashed into thinking that all the sex and violence on TV exists because it was demanded by the people. In reality, TV gradually programmed the public into accepting such degradations as normal.

On that note, I don't know any grown person here in Korea who would custom-design a demon car if given templates and drawing board. I've asked friends and neighbors if they find anything odd about the cars these days. 

toyota.jpg(Toyota logo manages to suggest horns and illuminati meme, dot in circle)

Many have said that the designs are ugly, but what choice do they have? The only manufacturer that still makes a sane headlight, a simple round one, is Jeep. 


We are in the Apocalypse, and car design is but a natural expression of the satanic zeitgeist.

As you may already know, "apocalypse" means literally "revealing of things hidden". 

The power elite live in a parallel civilization, one that they have long kept hidden from the likes of us. Their culture is not our culture; their religion is not our religion; and their ways are certainly not our ways. They are worshipers of Lucifer, and in exchange for their devotion, they have dominion over this planet. For hundreds of years, they have been plotting a complete takeover. Their plan is to rule us overtly in the end: one culture, one society, one religion, all based on satanic subversion of  God's natural order. Those of us who live under them are to be inducted into their cult.

The Apocalypse is that stage of the plan when they reveal themselves to us. Signs of this revelation are rampant in pop culture (see Then there are the recent scandals in England indicating that pedophilia is an ingrained feature of bloodline society. Meanwhile, the UN is calling for the normalization of "intergenerational sex".

I have seen a number of articles about pedophilia being "normalized" in the schools of some  western countries. I have also seen reports of cannibalism being "normalized" in television shows. Bestiality is already "normalized" in certain parts of Europe. We are living in an age of rapidly accelerating "normalization" of abnormal things, and you can bet that every abomination slated for "normalization" is a veritable sacrament to them.

The evil headlight eyes I think are a harbinger of stages to come. Talmudists are not into that sort of cheesy Halloween aesthetic, and neither are their Freemason dupes. My guess is that those behind the demon cars are industrialist members of the Church of Satan, and as long as they are useful to their Masonic and Talmudic masters, we will see more of their adolescent sensibilities invading our modernist urban blight.

Comments for "Is This Paranoid? Satanic Car Design"

Mark said (December 27, 2012):

The thought that demonic 'faces' are incorporated into car designs shouldn't be a stretch. I was in a restaurant recently that had pictures of old cars (30's vintage I think) an the hood ornaments on pretty well all of them were demon heads. The demons are still being built into modern car designs no doubt, the modern styling just makes it a little less obvious.

To which John replies: Nonsense:

Packard used a cormorant as a hood ornament. Since when does a bird like a swan look like a "demon head"
Mercury used a bust of the Greek god, again drawn from mythology, NOT satanism.
Pontiac used a likeness of old Chief Pontiac, and if you think he is a demon, then I guess the old Chief might get a good laugh at that.

Steven said (December 26, 2012):

Many people feel that cars have souls (unlike toasters or refrigerators), I kinda feel that way too.
But if anything, cars are losing their personalitys and their individuality. And the modern motor car is a fairly bland object. Because it's mostly Wind-tunnel testing and Health & Safety factors that influence car design these days.

Sure, manufacturers can and do 'bleep' around with the 'face' of a vehicle. However the majority of new cars on the road have that aerodynamic 'half-an-egg' shape to bring in good fuel milage; and most of their bulk is just 'crumple-zone' padding.
That's the 'good reason' for modern car design, but maybe not the 'real reason'.

Maybe the real reason for the bland look of the modern automobile is that the elite want the general public to lose their love affair with personal, motorized transportation.
The car for many is a freedom machine, for others it is a financial mill-stone, but in 30 years time we'll all be busing, cycling, walking or just staying home in our Agenda 21 micro-houses, we won't be driving.

Jim said (December 26, 2012):

s this paranoid? Yes, it is.

While I can agree that most cars being produced today are terribly ugly and are absent of any real creativity, I don't believe they are being designed with Satan in mind. That's a quite a stretch.

Even cars of yesteryear had aggressive looks. Take the Corvette, for example. When it was first introduced in 1953 it had a cutting edge design. The singular round headlights and a bared-teeth grill gives it an intimidating and fearsome stance. The car has a charisma that no other car had at the time. Because of this look GM sold a lot of Corvettes, so the design was mimicked throughout the industry.

People often buy cars that reflect their own personalities or what they wish to be. And I don't think that people, for the most part, are Satanists.

Daniel said (December 26, 2012):

Farganne's article reminds me of the movie, "The Car"

Rusty said (December 26, 2012):

Kudos for posting that very interesting and informative article about satanic influences emerging in the current auto industry by James Farganne. I would like to add one more pertinent example to support the hypothesis: the Local Motors Rally Fighter.

This is a custom-built kit car (constructed primarily in Arizona) which bears an uncanny resemblance to something out of a Mad Max movie. Possessing both on and off-road capabilities, this vehicle would seem to be ideal personal transportation in an Apocalyptic future scenario which results in heavily damaged infrastructure. Is this the market niche which its designers are trying to fill -- and why the current timing, as Red States already begin to murmur of secession from ObamaWorld?

Disgruntled Useless Eater

Rocky said (December 26, 2012):

My jaw dropped when I saw this post. Back in '03, I blogged on this very subject, about cars being designed to instill aggression and competitiveness in the public. I didn't know of anyone else doing this and I couldn't find anything on the net similar to it, till now. I wrote about the sinister implications in the design of modern vehicles, their military, insect-like appearance, that the sight of one of these could easily instill a spirit of revulsion and antagonism or fear in other motorists, such as we find in various instances of road rage. Unlike older cars with benign and simplistic beautiful lines that only inspire admiration, these modern-day abominations suit the mindset of society well. Always competing, jostling one against the other for the supremacy... all of the negative aspects of our character amplified in our products.

I'm glad I'm not the only one that sees through this conspiracy. I won't buy any new vehicle when there are still road-worthy older cars available. Overblown prices, cheap, shoddy workmanship, built-in obsolescence... that's what we get for our money, along with subtle suggestions that we become the animals that Satan wishes us to be.

David said (December 25, 2012):

Please do not hold the Elites solely responsible for originating evil trends on this planet. The Masses are also evil, by a landslide majority. The Elites think globally. The masses dominate every society, everywhere. They are clones of the Elites and operate in a similar mode: the big difference being only in degree of wealth. They operate from cunning, use force to control society and destroy all that is good. They exist as different tribes of darksiders, or as colors to live, play or die for. They operate the SEX SCHOOL...the single most destructive predatory mechanism in all places. The colors or darkside tribes ally to divvy up the economic pies of local societies. The winners of the games dominate and get to 'run' things. There is no 'free will' and 'equal rights' because of them. Good people, and those who live by free will are hunted down and killed, mostly by snake-power( tension energy), or live lives of discrimination and deprivation. For more on the evil masses check my blog.....//

So, you better believe that the masses will purchase whatever the Elites create. The Elites know that the market exists among the masses that they have possessed by Occult means.

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