Exxon Logo Symbolism

by Quinton on February 23rd, 2014
Exxon Logo Symbolism

Exxon (known in Europe as Esso), is named after a minister for Royalty. Note the term ON at the end of the word, and the "Double-Cross" of Grand Orient Freemasonry

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This symbol [Double Cross] was used by the so-called French "Underground," and is seen on the Exxon oil corporation of America today. Exxon is known as"Esso" (from Essa) in England. An "Exxon" is, like a Page, an official of a royal court and acts as a messenger or spokesperson for royalty. The word Sion can also be spelled Xion (since Si inGreek is Xi). This is similar to Exxon." -- Michael Tsarion

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