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US Spy Agencies Satanic Cult evidence undeniable

December 17, 2013. Vandenberg AFB. The Obama Administration’s latest spy mission has caused ripples throughout the world and it’s not because of the recent exposure of US spying on its allies and its own citizens again. This time, the logo chosen by NASA and the Office of National Intelligence for the NROL 39 spy mission is an angry octopus strangling the Earth. But that’s nothing compared to the rest of the mission logos.

The logo and mission patch from last week’s US spy mission NROL-39. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.

Have America’s spy masters been so twisted by their own deceit and lust for Empire that they’ve truly gone insane? Or did the United States successfully conquer all of planet America, all of Solar System America, and the entire American Galaxy, formerly known as the Milky Way Galaxy? If you think that sounds crazy, you’re not alone. Welcome to the world of America’s government madmen where they publicly proclaim they have replaced God and now rule Heaven, Hell and the entire universe, literally.

US Spy Mission NROL-39

NROL-39 stands for ‘National Reconnaissance Office Launch 39.’ Or in other words, this is the 39th NASA space launch for America’s 16 spy agencies. On December 6, 2013, an Atlas V 501 rocket lifted off from Vandenberg AFB in California carrying 13 spy satellites on a top secret, classified mission. The website monitors such launches and payloads and their super-sleuths have uncovered many of the classified details of the mission.

But while space enthusiasts concentrate on the mechanics, physics and technological advancements of the space mission, the rest of the world is more concerned with the objectives, methods and actions being carried out by the leaders of America’s secret government. The main satellite being carried into orbit by NROL-39 has been identified as an FIA Radar 3 satellite. The payload also includes 12 small CubeSat satellites now in orbit around the Earth.

FIA stands for ‘Future Imagery Architecture’ and is the name of America’s current level of enhanced space-to-ground surveillance. The original predecessor to the FIA spy program was started in 1988 and called ‘Lacrosse’. In that initial phase, five spy satellites were launched into space. In 1999, the program was expanded and the Future Imagery Architecture satellite design and manufacturing contract was awarded to Boeing.

As detailed by Space Flight 101, during the George W. Bush administration, the FIA program was saddled with delays and cost overruns. While the program’s radar imaging components worked fine, Boeing’s optical cameras were plagued by problems. In 2005, the visual imaging segment of the global espionage program was cancelled and a new contract for optical spy satellites was awarded to Lockheed Martin.

Critics react

As news of the latest US spy satellite launch a week ago trickled out to the world, resentment quickly elevated into anger, rage and even fear. One glimpse of the NROL-39 espionage program’s official logo reveals what some news outlets have described as nothing short of, ‘Evil.’

One news network that didn’t pull any punches when reporting on the latest spy launch was RT News. Quoting the mission’s tag-line, the news outlet wrote, ‘”Nothing is beyond our reach,” the NRO boasts on the bottom half of the emblem just below the most sinister-looking cephalopod likely ever to be sent into space.’

The news segment describes the mission’s emblem as, ‘a malevolent octopus with furrowed brows that also happens to be wrapping its tentacles around all corners of the Earth,’ and suggest the logo is, ‘accurate, to say the least.’

The US government logo bragging that ‘Nothing is beyond our reach,’ appears to suggest that America has not only conquered the entire world, but everything beyond, including heaven, hell and even Mother Nature. There’s a certain bigger-than-God cancer that permeates every aspect of the NROL-39 imagery. But if readers are shocked by the divine arrogance of the latest spy mission, wait until you see the Satanic and Illuminati symbolism and slogans employed by the US government in its other space-based spy missions.


Past National Reconnaissance Office spy missions

A brief glance at some of the previous names, slogans, logos and mission patches from recent spy satellite launches begs the questions, ‘what kind of people are running this program,’ and ‘are they evil?’ Images courtesy of NASA and Wikipedia:

NROL-1 Nemesis (2004)

The spy mission NROL-1 suggests it was the first launch in the space-based global espionage program, but the spy satellite was actually launched in 2004. The operation’s logo and mission patch includes 16 stars, one for each US spy agency, and is named ‘Nemesis.’ Of course, the dictionary definition of the word nemesis is, ‘the inescapable agent of someone’s or something’s downfall.’



NROL-9 The Cat’s out of the Bag! (1999)

Spy mission NROL-9 includes another vicious, angry animal with the entire world in its deadly grasp. This time, the predator representing the American people is a snarling tiger with its fangs showing and its claws dug deeply into its prey, planet Earth. Most ominously, the mission’s name was, ‘The Cat’s Out Of The Bag!’


NROL-11 We own the Night (2000)

Spy mission NROL-11 was named, ‘We Own The Night’ and included a sinister black logo and mission patch that features a set of predatory eyes looking out from the darkness over the entire Earth. With the continent of Africa ghosted in the background of the image, many insist the eyes are that of an owl – the centuries-old symbol of the notorious secret society dedicated to global domination, the Illuminati.

NROL-11-2-SLS We own the Night 2 (2000)

Part of spy mission NROL-11 in the year 2000 was NROL-11-2-SLS. The spy mission’s title was ‘Supra Summus,’ which means, ‘most superior and highest.’ Again, it appears the American people are obsessed with demonstrating that they either are God, or are more powerful than God. This mission’s logo also presents the universally documented symbolism of the Lucifer-worshiping Illuminati – the ancient pyramid with all-seeing eye. The logo also includes the Roman Numerals XXVIII, translating to 28.

What does 28 mean? It’s impossible to say since it’s only a number. But readers might want to experiment and simply type the Roman Numerals from the spy mission’s patch into a Google search. What appears is something right out of the Da Vinci Code or the Twilight Zone. The first Google result for that Roman Numeral is, ‘Menelaus and Helen, Stories of Gods and Heroes.’ The next result is for, ‘Baudelaire and the Vampire.’ Following that is, ‘Dante’s Inferno.’ Does anyone else see a trend?


NROL-16 Prometheus (2005)

Spy Mission NROL-16 was titled, ‘Prometheus.’ According to Greek mythology, Prometheus was the Titan that created mankind from clay, exactly like the God of the Christian and Jewish religions. Prometheus was also known as a ‘trickster’ and ‘deceiver’ who rebelled against the Gods and was punished by being chained to a rock for eternity where he would be forever tortured by an eagle that came to feast on his organs everyday.

Like many of the others, the NROL-16 logo and mission patch also include the carnivorous eyes of a predator peering out from the darkness. But hidden within the flames of the rocket are another set of hidden eyes, spying on the world. The animal-looking face hidden in the flames transforms the rocket’s fiery exhaust into the head of an animal with its face clearly and made completely out of fire.


NROL-19 Homer (2003)

Spy Mission NROL-19 is named ‘Homer’ and is typical of the others in that the logo and mission patch feature an angry fire-breathing dragon with red eyes and displayed fangs, clutching the Earth in its sharp claws. The dragon has wings made from American flags and its tail is mysteriously clutching a diamond.


NROL-19-2 Homer 2 (2003)

The mission’s secondary logo and patch is itself in the shape of a six-sided diamond and includes the phrase, ‘VOS INTUEBOR.’ Translated from Latin, it either means, ‘you defend us’ or ‘we defend you.’ Like the rest, the logo features the hunting eyes of a predator hidden in the darkness. The logo also includes the silhouette of a long-range military bomber and a Centaur from ancient mythology. The name, ‘Homer’ of course refers to the ancient Greek poet who penned the ‘Iliad and the Odyssey.’



NROL-27 Gryphon (2011)

Spy Mission NROL-27 is named, ‘Gryphon’ which is the name of an ancient legendary creature credited with guarding and protecting the Gods. The mission patch and logo confirm that notion by including the phrase, ‘Gryphon Custos Divini,’ which translates into ‘protector of the Gods.’ The patch and logo feature a half-bird half-lion and the slogan, ‘We Will Prevail.’ Again, the reference clearly suggests that the American government is made up of Gods and the nation’s spy agencies are their protectors.



NROL-32 nameless (2010)

Spy Mission NROL-32 had no official name and two separate components. The mission’s slogan was ‘ANNUIT CCEPTIS’ which is featured on the United States official seal and means, ‘God favors our endeavors.’ The logo and mission patch includes no less than three ancient pyramids and the all-seeing eye.




NROL-32-2 nameless (2010)

The mission’s secondary logo and mission patch is even more cult-like. It features a bold pyramid made of gold with the all-seeing eye of a bird, also made of gold, laid over it. The bird is obviously the Illuminati’s owl rather than the American eagle because it is the government spying on the people, not the other way around.


NROL-38 Drake (2012)

Spy Mission NROL-38 was named ‘Drake’ and is the focus of disagreement over what the mission’s tag line really means. Launched in 2012, the mission’s logo and patch include a pyramid with three angry dragons about to pounce on the Earth. The logo also includes the line, ‘NON MORIERIS BELLO’ which pro-spying supporters say translates into, ‘You are not going to war.’ Most students of antiquity however insist the slogan has the opposite meaning and is translated as, ‘you will go, you will come back, you will not die in war.’ In other words, they suggest the line means America is going to war, but will be victorious.

NROL-49 Betty (2011)

Spy Mission NROL-49 is perhaps the most blatant use of Satanic symbolism and the most obvious admission by America’s spy agencies that they are in fact evil. The spy mission’s logo is of a black eagle clutching something in its talons and emerging from a field of fire with the American flag overhead. The slogan on the logo and mission patch reads, ‘Melior Diabolus Quem Scies.’ Believe it or not, that translates into, ‘Better the devil you know.’ That mission tagline seems to admit that US spy agencies view themselves as the Devil. And as the phrase informs mankind, it’s better to be enslaved by the Devil you know than by a Devil you don’t know.

NROL-49-2 Betty 2 (2011)

The secondary logo and mission patch for NROL-49 is one of the more mysterious and unsolved riddles from the various American spy agency occult symbols and phrases. The logo, according to most observers, features an all-black female devil with wings and large breasts. The gray smoke on the image contains letters, but it’s unclear what they mean or reference. What isn’t unclear is the phrase chosen for this spy mission, ‘Primoris Gravis Ex Occasus.’

Amateur translators suggest it means, ‘first heavy from the West.’ But one linguist took the phrase apart one word at a time so readers could make up their own mind as to what the mysterious Latin slogan means. ‘Primoris’ means ‘first’. ‘Gravis’ means ‘important, heavy, or serious’. And Ex Occasus could mean a number of similar metaphors including, ‘sunset’, ‘west’, ‘fall’ or ‘end’. Put together, it could translate to, ‘the first fall of the West’ or ‘the beginning of the end of the West.’


We’ll leave readers to draw their own conclusions from the assortment of logos and mission patches used by the Director of the Office of National Intelligence and his 16 American spy agencies. As far as we at Whiteout Press are concerned, it’s frightening and unsettling to see such an obvious and official display of Devil worship, tributes to evil, and the recurring insistence that the American government has replaced God. Perhaps the conspiracy theorists were right all along in their timeless warnings about the US federal government and its mysterious cult connections.

The common threads of the various US spy logos are; the all-seeing eye, the pyramid, world domination, devil worship, man is God, and the fall of America. Believe it or not, each and every one of those is a major and founding tenet of the Illuminati. We didn’t make it up. It’s been documented time and again throughout history. And if there was ever a smoking gun that proves the evil secret society has infiltrated, or even overthrown, the United States government, this is it.