Obama and Leopard Skin Underwear

February 08, 2013 By: Juanita Jean Category: Uncategorized

You Tube prophet and genuine American probably holding a handgun license, The Third Eagle, was the guy who told us about Gangham Style’s Psy warnings of the end times.

Now he’s on the job interpreting the Super Bowl blackout and that the “Hyundai commercial is an end times prophecy.”

In case you were wondering, and I know you were, God caused the blackout.¬† Leopard underwear symbolizes Barack Obama, a wave signifies the Masonic sign for s-e-x, and Alicia Keyes sings woo-woo-woo-woo-woo five times which means the end times is upon us and then there’s some damn thing about the whore of Babylon¬† in a Hyundai commercial.

Honey, I did not find this much symbolism in Moby Dick.

Enjoy!

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20 Comments to “Obama and Leopard Skin Underwear”


  1. Could only watch a few minutes and read a portion of the comments. Well it caused serious brain damage and IQ shrinkage. The crazy is strong in this one, apologies to Yoda.

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  2. Growing up, I was “raised” in the little Presbyterian Church in our community. It was the only church there. My grandma was the organist, my mom was choir director. I sang in the choir. It was kind of a fun place to be, because all my friends who went to church, went there. We moved to Houston. Mom wasn’t crazy about any of the churches she went to…. Presbyterian, or otherwise. I went with a school friend to a Luteran Church. Got confirmed there. Then crazy things happened. The Pastor got murdered. I quit going to the church. So did most everybody else. Because, now the buildings are for sale. And this morning I read this:

    http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2013/02/07/lutheran-pastor-apologizes-for-praying-in-newtown-vigil/?hpt=hp_t2

    I’ve been off and on to a couple Methodist churches…. but over the years, what I’ve come to believe is that “faith” and religion…. are not the same. Especially when it’s organized religion, and it’s like the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod. Or the crazy Kansas P.A.C. that calls itself a Baptist Church. Or people who want 9 year old kids to have babies. Or any other “religion” that is so intolerant that it chastises a minister for giving aid and comfort to the family of one of his congregation, that was murdered in Newtown… because his “church” says it’s wrong for him to pray with Pastors, or a Rabbi, of another faith.

    People wonder why people don’t go to the churches anymore. It’s because most of them don’t have anything to say that anybody wants to hear. Most people, like me, hold on to their faith…. but can let the church, and organized religion go. No problem.

    End times may be coming…… but only for “the churches”. They lost their way….. long ago. JMHO.

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  3. daChipster says:

    OMG, I’m reading the comments while listening to that whiny, nasaly voice.

    Our mental health system is woefully inadequate.

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  4. Oh, Horsetails! I’m about to go under an overpass!!!!

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  5. I’ve been sending Third Eagle links to my friends. I helps me keep my reputation as a complete nut.

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  6. Miemaw, I agree with you, 100%! I believe the churches have become just the way the church is described in Revelation chapter 3: crazy. My faith is still in Jesus Christ, the Jew who died for sinners. But religions all appear to be just some nasty wizardry that enables some men to control a lot of people. Ugly stuff.

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  7. scottybeamer says:

    As a famous philosopher once said:….”When the last stone from the last cathedral falls on the last priest, then we can have peace.”
    I’m a firm believer in that quote………….if only!!! I have absolutely no use for any kind of religion or the congregants thereof. There is an article I keep in my favorites……DID JESUS CHRIST EVER LIVE?……..Very interesting reading, I assure you. It does make one think about a lot of things we have been told to believe.

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  8. Great comments. I agree with all of you – having been raised in the Largest Cult in the Word – Catholism

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  9. Geeze, I don’t even care it is MISSPELLED.

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  10. And they wonder why so many people, particularly the young ones, are turning away from religion. It boggles the mind. The religions seem to be more about control and $$$ than anything else. As I tell the Adventists who regularly knock on my door, “Thank you very much, but I have my own Bible and I’m fluent in reading.”

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  11. Mike in MO says:

    I have a theory: This guy isn’t the least bit serious about this. He just looks at the number of hits, and laughs until his ribs ache.

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  12. Three Eagles tries to draw way too much Apocalyptic significance from the Hyundai commercial, when all it really means is that you have to be Korean to get to heaven. Wonder where that leaves him.

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  13. I can’t get the link to work and searching the internet gets me only errors. I tried holding my mouth differently, but just can’t seem to get it right.
    Sigh.

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  14. Whoo! Now there is a boy who has never wept, nor dashed a thousand kim. :)

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  15. I have no words.

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  16. Well, with the Hyundai/ Whore of Babylon reference, I had to watch. I drive a RED Hyundai, and thought perhaps I might be the Whore of Babylon, since I don’t watch teevee, and it wouldn’t be on MPR news, so I easily could have missed it. I wonder where in the fine selection of psychiatric disorders, the DSM IV would place that freak job, ?

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  17. daChipster says:

    Scotty, you got a link? There appear to be several articles with the same or similar names.

    I don’t want to disparage people’s faith, I figure it’s none of my business. I just want them to KEEP it that way.

    As I’ve said before: faith is about belief, religion is about power.

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  18. scottybeamer says:

    daChipster…………it’s in The Secular Web….and the article is titled: Did Jesus Christ Really Live?…….:)

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  19. I find myself agreeing with Mike in MO. I kept thinking this must be a spoof. I started thinking that way when he drew a circle around the biker’s underwear and mentioned Obama. He has an awful lot of videos to be doing it just for grins, though.

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