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Steve Jobs just died. I know that almost everyone is celebrating his life. I have been a big fan, myself, having used Macs since 1987. I’ve watched many of Steve’s Keynote Addresses with great anticipation.
But I started hearing things that bothered me, words like Darwin, but even before Darwin came out. I knew something was wrong. And then I heard Katherine Albrecht talk about the Macintosh logo, the apple with a bite out of it — what Adam and Eve did when they rebelled against God. And I thought of how myself and probably millions of others proudly display that symbol in public not thinking….
I covered mine up with this sticker:
Paul said:”Our warfare isn’t against flesh and blood, but principalities and powers in the heavenly realms….” People are not our enemy. The powers of darkness are, and they took down our friend, Steve Jobs. And this makes me sad.
The Bible also says the deception in the last days will be great. And I think this is a good example, sadly.
There is a real war out there, and it’s really subtle. May we see through the Matrix and all overcome — ONE with each other in Christ. Then the world will know (John 17)!
Article by Dr. Richard Paley
… However, these propagandists aren’t just targeting the young. Take for example Apple Computers, makers of the popular Macintosh line of computers. The real operating system hiding under the newest version of the Macintosh operating system (MacOS X) is called… Darwin! That’s right, new Macs are based on Darwinism! While they currently don’t advertise this fact to consumers, it is well known among the computer elite, who are mostly Atheists and Pagans. Furthermore, the Darwin OS is released under an “Open Source” license, which is just another name for Communism. They try to hide all of this under a facade of shiny, “lickable” buttons, but the truth has finally come out: Apple Computers promote Godless Darwinism and Communism.
But is this really such a shock? Lets look for a moment at Apple Computers. Founded by long haired hippies, this company has consistently supported 60’s counter-cultural “values” 2. But there are even darker undertones to this company than most are aware of. Consider the name of the company and its logo: an apple with a bite taken out of it. This is clearly a reference to the Fall, when Adam and Eve were tempted with an apple 3 by the serpent [the Bible just calls it ‘fruit,’ but this has become commonly known as an apple — what Adam and Eve were banned from the Garden of Eden for eating because they had eaten from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil – editor]. It is now Apple Computers offering us temptation, thereby aligning themselves with the forces of darkness 4.
This company is well known for its cult-like following. It isn’t much of a stretch to say that it is a cult. Consider co-founder and leader Steve Jobs’ constant exhortation through advertising (i.e. mind control) that its followers should “think different”. We have to ask ourselves: “think different from whom or what?” The disturbing answer is that they want us to think different than our Christian upbringing, to reject all the values that we have been taught and to heed not the message of the Lord Jesus Christ! …
ADDENDUM: It has been brought to my attention that the Darwin OS mentioned above now has a cartoon mascot (no doubt to influence children) named Hexley (pictured above) — a platypus dressed as a devil who performs occult magic, i.e. hexes. They’re not doing a very good job keeping their ties to the forces of darkness a secret, are they? …
ADDENDUM III (4/20/2002): Another reader (it has been busy today!) has informed me of another link between Apple and the forces of darkness that my initial research missed. Apparently the Darwin OS is not the original creation of Apple Computers but is instead based off of an older, obsolete OS called “BSD Unix”. The child-indoctrinatingly-cute cartoon mascot of this OS is a devil holding a pitchfork (pictured right). This OS — and its Darwin offspring — extensively use what are called “daemons” (which is how Pagans write “demon” — they are notoriously poor spellers: magick, vampyre, etc.) which is a program that hides in the background, doing things without the user’s notice.
ADDENDUM IV (4/21/2002): … According to one of our readers, the new MacOS X contains another Satanic holdover from the “BSD Unix” OS mentioned above; to open up certain locked files one has to run a program much like the DOS prompt in Microsoft Windows and type in a secret code: “chmod 666”. What other horrors lurk in this thing?
The 11 Biggest Apple Conspiracies
By Delores Quinn
Deal With the Devil
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak sold the first Macintosh computer [the Apple 1 – editor] they famously built in a garage for $666.66. Apple lore has it that Wozniak liked triple digits and Jobs tagged on an extra two sixes for marketing purposes. But some commenters have other ideas. They believe the devilish digits prove the duo made a pact with the man downstairs in exchange for earthly success. Capping off their evidence: the Apple logo. Is that a big juicy bite taken out of the forbidden fruit? Conspiracy theorists will always wonder.
More evidence and my thoughts, Feb. 2014:
“The first Apple logo was designed in 1976 by Ronald Wayne, sometimes referred to as the third co-founder of Apple. The logo depicts Isaac Newton sitting under a tree, an apple dangling precipitously above his head.” (source)
Apple’s first and the current logo are both related to obtaining knowledge. When the apple dropped on Isaac Newton’s head, the story goes that he then understood, obtained the KNOWLEDGE of how gravity worked. When Eve took a bite out of the forbidden-by-God—to-eat fruit, she gained KNOWLEDGE of good AND EVIL. Apple knew exactly what they were doing.
Now millions of Christians openly display this rebellious symbol, origin-of-sin theme everywhere they use their laptops.
Someone is laughing. We’ve been had. We should do a rethink, and make sure we really do “think different.” There are many great stickers out there that have Godly messages we could proclaim on our laptops instead.