The Falcon 9 Wi-Fi Logo over the Pacific

Have you really ever looked at the symbol for Wi-Fi? It is a dot with 3 lines going over the top of it in a partial half Moon shape. We don’t really (as laymen) understand the concept of Wi-Fi and its properties other than they give us a wireless connection and aren’t healthy for us. In essence, Wi-Fi is bad for us physically, mentally and spiritually and there is absolutely no way of getting around it. Not unless of course we move to the middle of the woods or on an island and we have nothing that is online connected to the Internet of Things and electronic

I noticed during the last Falcon 9 launch over Southern California, that when the rocket shot off, it put off what looked like a Wi-Fi symbol. Not just one but three of them. I thought it was strange to say the least. I’ll get back to that in a second.

If you look at this Wi-Fi symbol it looks like an inverted triangle. Notice it starts on the Wi-Fi logo at the first i. Did you catch that? The first eye. It then reverberates away from the i or eye in this case and then forms what looks like an inverted triangle or pyramid. Remember that there is symbolism in everything.

Now some (Christian Gnosticism) see this triangle symbol as representing a deity. (Keep in mind the 3 patterns that shot off of the Falcon 9 rocket that was to come back to earth.) “The triangle is an ancient symbol of Deity or the divine union. It being the culmination of mind, body and spirit, or Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Mathematically and scientifically it is also of great importance in that it is the point at which dimension one becomes dimension two.” (

The Falcon 9 rocket launch put off what looked like three of three “Wi-Fi” symbols at one point. What does an inverted triangle mean? A right side-up triangle represents the divine masculine with the point facing towards the heavens it represents the phallus. An inverted triangle represents the divine feminine. With the tip pointing down towards the Earth it represents a vagina and is symbolic of the Moon (remember the reference to the three partial cresent slivers of the Wi-Fi symbol?) . When the two meet like we see with the so-called Star of David or Seal of Solomon, it represents the union Between Heaven and Earth or what some people like to call the yin and the Yang duality.

“If we consider, as a symbol, the direction of energy in the lower world, respectively, if the tip to the top, the direction of energy in the worlds of Light… If easier-the earthly, and heavenly…” So what she is saying is that if a triangle is pointed downwords, it is sending its energy from the Earth to the “Lights” or the heavens. Or is she saying the every comes from the heavens to the Earth? Interesting concept either way you look at it. We all know who this false light represents when people say this type of thing…Lucifer. So is this Wi-Fi signal emitting its energy, in the form of this symbol, ascending to the heavens from Earth or are they receiving the signal from the heavens descending to Earth? I ask this is reference to my paper on electric demons, quantum computing and AI.

“When you look at interpretations of the triangles when separated, you often find mention of the significance of the direction in which each one is pointing. One pointing up, the other down. As above, so below? Heaven and Earth. Ascending and descending. The triangle with it’s top pointing up is rising up…When you have an upright triangle as a symbol, it is not a completed symbol. It is half of the equation. When you bring the inverted triangle of the feminine together with the upright triangle of the masculine, you find balance. This is what the inverted triangle is.” (

Now with the Wi-Fi symbol, we do have the inverted triangle in the form of three partial crescent moon looking slivers. So we do have half of the seal of Solomon or Star of David (which is infact the six pointed star of their god Remphan or Moloch). But where is the reference to this esoteric occult union? It’s in the “i”. The “i” has an eye at the top of it and it represents their demonic divine masculine in the form of a phallus. So the Wi-Fi symbol is representing the feminine and masculine union between heaven and earth. Should we be that surprised about Wi-Fi in the first place? Not at all.

Who designed the wifi logo and what is the story behind it?

“The symbol, which we are more familiar with since it appears on most WiFi enabled devices, is a design that is emulating a generic broadcast or antenna. The starting point (the dot at the bottom) symbolizes the WiFi source. The waves emanating from it, represent the strength/power of the WiFi’s area, therefore signifying the strength of the device’s connection to the WiFi source.”

“The symbol, which we are more familiar with since it appears on most WiFi enabled devices, is a design that is emulating a generic broadcast or antenna. The starting point (the dot at the bottom) symbolizes the WiFi source. The waves emanating from it, represent the strength/power of the WiFi’s area, therefore signifying the strength of the device’s connection to the WiFi source. The name Wi-Fi, commercially used at least as early as August 1999, was coined by the brand-consulting firm Interbrand. The Wi-Fi Alliance had hired Interbrand to create a name that was “a little catchier than ‘IEEE 802.11b Direct Sequence’.”

Phil Belanger, a founding member of the Wi-Fi Alliance who presided over the selection of the name “Wi-Fi”, has stated that Interbrand invented Wi-Fi as a pun upon the word hi-fi. Interbrand also created the Wi-Fi logo. The yin-yang Wi-Fi logo indicates the certification of a product for interoperability. The Wi-Fi Alliance used the nonsense advertising slogan “The Standard for Wireless Fidelity” for a short time after the brand name was created.

The name was, however, never officially “Wireless Fidelity”. Nevertheless, the Wi-Fi Alliance was also called the “Wireless Fidelity Alliance Inc” in some publication and the IEEE’s own website has stated “WiFi is a short name for Wireless Fidelity”.”

“Vic Hayes” has been called the “Father of Wi-Fi” because he chaired the IEEE committee that created the 802.11 standard in 1997. Before the public even heard of WiFi, Vic Hayes established the standards that would make WiFi feasible.”

Qoutes come from

Now they make mention of the real name for Wi-Fi. ‘IEEE 802.11b Direct Sequence’. I first looked at this and saw the date August 2nd, 2011. IEEE is pronounced “I triple E” but to me it looks like Eyeee. Sure enough, these geeks celebrate this date in honor of Wi-Fi. (

“Happy Wi-Fi day, nerds! Today’s date comes around only once, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) just announced a new 802.22TM standard of data network technology that enables high-speed data transfers at 22 megabits per second (Mbps) at a range of up to 60 miles.” (

I wonder if our new date is now August 2nd, 2022. And on this date as far as our corrupted Congress goes, ” the genie was let out of the bottle”.

And the IEEE logo is what looks like at first glance is a trident ala Shiva or Neptune. But it actually is an arrow pointing up and one going in a circle. You have the phallus going through the vagina symbolism along with the ring of Saturn. Nothing occultic and esoteric to see here. This is what the chose to symbolically represent Wi-Fi. Sexual demons. Also notice the IEEE backwards is 3331. If anyone knows the significance of that then please comment below.

Also notice the picture they used to celebrate their 8/02/11 date. Saturn, rockets, shooting stars,”aliens” and UFO’S. Kind of intetesting when Leonkeeping it in context with Wi-Fi, Falcon X 9 and what just happened last Sunday.

Now back to this rocket launch and the Wi-Fi looking images. As we can see in the launch videos and images, it didn’t actually go anywhere but up a little bit, sideways and then down. One section went out towards the Pacific and the other allegedly landed back at Vandenberg. It was launching a Argentinian satellite ( into “space”, so they say. From my perspective of watching it live, it did not go into our space atmosphere at all. It was really low and it was right above us. How did a satellite get into space from that low in the atmosphere?

The question should be what were all the chemicals that were glowing in the sky that caused what some were calling a Cancer Nebula. It’s funny that some astronimists actually called it a Cancer Nebula because the sign of Cancer is tied into the 69/Yin Yang symbolism. Now remember, the Wi-Fi logo is represented as a type of YinYang by they’re own admission. All just coincidence and happenstance right?

And then when I put my conspiratorial tin foil hat on even tighter, that’s exactly what I think they’re throwing in the atmosphere, chemicals that cause cancer and people end up getting sick. Matter of fact, the last launch in SoCal people all of the sudden got “cold symptoms” and a few got really sick and died. I’m not saying its from this launch but the timing isn’t good. 3 days after this last launch I now have a “cold allergy”. Just coincidental I’m sure.

So what’s the point of this symbolism with the WiFi looking thing in the sky with the Falcon 9? Ritual. That’s my take on all of this. And don’t forget the face that showed up before it did this Wi-Fi symbolism. To me it looked like a woman but others thought it was a skull. Either way, it’s very weird and strange.

Is all this connected to 5G? I honestly think so and we got a glimpse of it through symbolism. On accident of course.


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  1. With that last sky image, seems as of late, like they are ramping up the false alien invasion- preparing people for the ” event” accompanied by space rocks, laser light shows in the skies and hybrids that will say they are from the stars – to try and convince humanity that’s where we came from. I dunno- just seems like the push is on for ” showtime”

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