A man walks into Starbucks and orders three drinks in Starbucks. Giving his Islamic name, Aziz as he always do. Three of his drinks come back with the name ISIS printed on the drinks. Now the name ISIS has connection the terrorist group known as ISIS. Obviously seeing that the gentleman hording the drinks is of Arab descent. One can easily associate this incident as racist.
In a statement to the Post, Starbucks spokesman Reggie Borges said: “After investigating, we don’t believe this was a case of discrimination or profiling. Article by Martin Pengelly
The computer could have auto corrected itself. Or the barista could have made a honest mistake and misspelled the gentlemen’s name. Although this name belongs to the terrorist group ISIS. Before them this name ISIS also belonged to the mother goddess of old. She went by many names. ISIS, Astarte, Ashtoreth, Diana, Venus, Aphrodite, etc.
What is the meaning behind the Starbucks logo?
The original Starbucks logo was the image of a “twin-tailed mermaid”, or siren. Greek mythology has it that sirens lured sailors to shipwreck off the coast of an island in the South Pacific, also sometime referred to as Starbuck Island. The logo looks very innocent. It’s just a mermaid women smiling, with a crown and star on her head.
Mermaids have been known to be half-human, half-animal and sexual in nature. Luring men to their demise. I mean just look at the little mermaid the cartoon movie depicts these creature to be beautiful. But doesn’t it make you wonder even a little bit as of what the hell does a mermaid have to do with drinking coffee?
The answer is nothing. Coffee and mermaids don’t make sense. Neither one has anything to do with the other. However this give me a excuse to make a blog post about who this mermaid chick is.
The Starbuck logo is Astarte. One of her symbols is a star within a circle. This also represent the planet Venus. Which is another name for the mother goddess in the Roman empire pantheon of gods. The five pointed star is the representation of the mother goddess, queen of heaven, whore of Babylon. Ishtar ( where we get the name Easter from), Inanna, Astarte and Ashtoreth. Either way it don’t matter how many names this entity go by. At the end of the day it’s pure paganism. Straight luciferian.
My guess is that the owners of Starbucks are into the worship of the mother goddess Astarte. You have to wonder what were their mindset in adopting paganism as logo to represent their company’s brand.