Bush and others salute Satan
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Illuminati Devil Hand Signals Prevalent Throughout Inauguration

Source URL: http://www.infowars.com/articles/nwo/bush_inauguration_illuminati_hand_sign.htm

Prison Planet | January 21 2005

We have noticed in the past that the mainstream media would just carry these photos without attempting to whitewash what we were seeing. Bush and his entire family flashed so many of these hand signs today that they had to mention it.

Associated Press and Reuters called it the 'Texas Longhorn or 'Texas UT' symbol.

So what affiliation does Prince William Have with Texas UT?

Silvio Berlusconi? Paul McCartney? Bill Clinton?

Tommy Franks.

Rock band Metallica? Are they all acknowledging Texas UT?

Dan Quayle.

Berlusconi again in color.

The first image Represents the horned god of witchcraft. Pan or Cernunnos. Note the thumb under the fingers and given by the right hand. The next image is a sign of recognition between those in the Occult. When pointed at someone it is meant to place a curse. Note the thumb over the fingers and given by the left hand.

Take a look at the photos and decide for yourself.

Related: Fascist Symbols In The House Of Representatives

Bush's Devil Hand Symbol Shocks European Viewers

Associated Press | January 21, 2005

OSLO, Norway  President Bush's "Hook 'em, 'horns" salute got lost in translation in Norway, where shocked people interpreted his hand gesture during his inauguration as a salute to Satan.

That's what it means in the Nordics when you throw up the right hand with the index and pinky fingers raised, a gesture popular among heavy metal groups and their fans in the region.

"Shock greeting from Bush daughter," a headline in the Norwegian Internet newspaper Nettavisen said above a photograph of Bush's daughter Jenna, smiling and showing the sign.

For Texans, the gesture is a sign of love for the University of Texas Longhorns, whose fans are known to shout out "Hook 'em, 'horns!" at sporting events.

Bush, a former Texas governor, and his family made the sign to greet the Longhorn marching band as it passed during the inaugural parade through Washington during Thursday's festivities, Norway's largest newspaper, Verdens Gang, explained to its readers.