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Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia 2024?

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

I have a strong opinion about the Fruit of the Loom logo and whether it had a cornucopia or not. I remember seeing a cornucopia in the logo when I was a kid, and I learned what it was from my school. A cornucopia is a horn-shaped basket that is filled with fruits and vegetables, and it symbolizes abundance and prosperity. The cornucopia made sense for the Fruit of the Loom brand because it showed that they had a variety of quality products.

However, according to the company itself, the logo never had a cornucopia. They claim that it is a false memory that many people share, and they call it the Mandela Effect. The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon where a large group of people remembers something differently than how it actually happened. Some people think that it is caused by parallel universes or glitches in the matrix, while others think that it is just a result of faulty memory or misinformation.

I don’t buy the Mandela Effect explanation. There is something fishy going on here. The company may have changed its logo at some point and tried to erase the evidence. Maybe they are lying to us for some reason. There may be a conspiracy behind this. I don’t know for sure, but I know what I saw and what I learned. The Fruit of the Loom logo had a cornucopia, and no one can convince me otherwise.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

That cornucopia logo existed. Whether it was done in jest, error, or by a knock-off foreign merchandiser (yes, such existed even back in the ’60s), it existed specifically during the 1960s and early ’70s.

My only disagreement with the multiple images proposing such is that I could have sworn that the horn itself extended from left to right instead of right to left. And, as a kid, I was occasionally treated to a pair. This was always a treat because you felt more like a big kid or adult if you had a brand that was specifically targeted to an older clientele.

This reminds me of Henry the 8th, eating a turkey leg. No! The original famous painting might not have contained such imagery, but a very successful commercial campaign for a restaurant chain (which I assumed was local in the Maryland area, but it may have covered a larger geographical area) featured that image. I remember us school kids of the day used to joke about it. (usually in playful jest or outright bullying of overweight kids).

The image used in the commercial was more authentic towards the famous painting of Henry the 8th than the cartoonish image above.

This, too, was during the mid to late 60’s. Hence, it may have passed into the public subconscious as being a fact by way of the subliminal impact of that commercial campaign.

 Fruit of the Loom logos

No, it most certainly never did. Here is the company’s official info: The Fruit Story Page

The non-existent cornucopia or “horn of plenty” that so many people remember as a part of the logotype is a good example of “false memory” or the “Mandela effect”. 

What is the meaning of the Fruit of the Loom logo?

The Fruit of the Loom logo has four fruits: red apple, purple grapes, light berries, and green grapes, placed on a frame that includes the brand’s name on a banner.

The logo was designed in 1893 with a background of a cloud and vegetative. The logo is a well-known symbol of “comfort for a global textile and underwear company, including other brands like Russell Athletic, Brooks Running, and Spalding.”

There are various interpretations of the logo’s meaning.

  1. The cornucopia in the background represents fertility, which is why it is found on the logo.
  2. Another interpretation of the Fruit is on the logo, which represents the biblical phrase “fruit of the womb”, meaning “children that come from the woman’s uterus.”

The company’s common stock is traded as over-the-counter equity security with the ticker symbol FTLAQ.

How did Fruit of the Loom get its name, and what does “Loom” mean anyway?

A loom is a piece of equipment for weaving cloth.

In the brand name Fruit of the Loom, “fruit” is used as a metaphor for “product” – just like apples and pears and peaches are the fruit/the product of trees, cloth is the Fruit, or product, of the Loom. Fruit of the Loom’s products are made of cloth.

How did Fruit of the Loom get its name, and what does “Loom” mean anyway?

As has been said, a loom is a machine for weaving cloth.

The phrase Fruit of the Loom is a pastiche of the phrase ‘Fruit of the Womb’ which occurs in the Anglican Book of Common Prayer.

What is the significance of the Fruit in Fruit of the Loom logo?

loom is a machine for weaving. The appropriate meanings of the word Fruit in the phrase (logo) Fruit of the Loom are the following:

the produce/product of the Loom which supplies/fulfils the human needs for clothing;

the fructification of weaving cloth;

the effect, advantage or product of weaving.

The above explanations should suffice to understand the significance of the Fruit in the given phrase.

What do you think the forbidden Fruit symbolizes?

What do you think the forbidden Fruit symbolizes?

Submission to the will of God versus choosing my own will. Jesus prays, Father, not my will, but you will be done. This is a great contest for all of humanity.

Be well!

What do you think the forbidden Fruit symbolizes?

Presuming we are referring to the two forbidden fruits need The Garden, as outlined in Genesis:

The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. The first mistake many people make is calling it The Tree of Knowledge. As if God wants His people to remain ignorant of the wonders of the universe… We can learn more about this by reading the words of The Serpent in Genesis 3:5b: “For God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.”

The Hebrew word, translated here as “knowing”, carries the connotation of “determining” or “deciding”. So what The Serpent is telling Eve “If you eat this fruit, you will be as God, determining for yourself what is good and what is evil.” The Serpent is enticing Eve with the capability to use knowledge to determine one’s morality and not follow God’s morality; in other words, The Serpent is introducing moral subjectivism via this Fruit.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

The second Fruit from The Tree of [Eternal] Life is usually forgotten, but let’s explore that.

“And the Lord God said, “The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and also take from the tree of life and eat and live forever.” Genesis‬ 3:22‬ NIV‬‬

God is actually preserving the ability of humanity to rejoin God in Heaven. Had Adam and Eve eaten from The Tree of [Eternal] Life, they would have locked their eternal existence in a state of sin, apart from the presence of God. This Fruit represents eternal existence.

What do you think the forbidden Fruit symbolizes?

It just means something that is off limits, what we would call 50 years ago ((you never hear this term anymore!) SIN. To partake of it is a violation of God’s clear command.

It goes back to Adam and Eve and the book of Genesis. It was a command of God to not eat the Fruit from a particular tree (“the tree of the knowledge of good and evil”).

The type of Fruit is unimportant. The fact that it is not permissible to have (as per God) is what matters.

God said not to eat it because it will harm you.

Therefore, it’s “forbidden” by God. He forbids you to eat it.

What logo did have a cornucopia if not Fruit of the Loom?

The cornucopia is a common symbol in branding and logos, so there may be multiple brands that have used this symbol. One brand that comes to mind that uses a cornucopia in its logo is Horn of Plenty. It is a food brand that specializes in dried fruits, nuts, and other healthy snacks. The logo features a cornucopia filled with fruits, nuts, and seeds to symbolize the abundance and variety of the products offered by the brand.

Are the Annunaki the fallen angels of the Bible who lived both before and after the flood? Is Esau’s seed spoiled because he mixed his seed with and subdued its offspring in Mt. Seir?

Yes. Kind of. Some annunaki are fallen angels, but not all of them. Some angels are annunaki. Let me explain…

Christianity came from Judaism, which has its roots in the Semitic polytheistic religion, Yahweism and the Sumerian polytheistic religion in Mesopotamia during the Bronze Age.

In the Sumerian polytheistic religion, God had sons called the Annunaki, who were worshipped as gods.

In Yahweism, God had a wife, Mother Nature, Asherah. They had around 70 sons together who were also worshipped as deities. Asherah was later edited out of The Bible as people began to associate her with sin.

Many annunaki were rewritten as angels, and some were rewritten as fallen angels in the Bible.

In The Bible, many angels betrayed God by sinning (e.g. adultery, cannibalism & idolizing themselves as gods).

So, God threw them from heaven, and they became fallen angels. The fallen angels were described in The Bible also to be the gods of polytheistic religions.

The Annunaki were rewritten as angels by many RHP religions, but they are still the Annunaki gods that they were in Sumerian mythology. They are just viewed as RHP angels by RHP religions.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?


  • The angels existed millions to billions of years before Christianity.

Also, proto-Christianity originated from polytheism.

So, some so-called ‘Christian’ angels may be pagan-not Christian as many people thought.

In other words, many people could be confused that all so-called Christian angels are Christian when they are actually pagans or the Annunaki gods.

  • The angels are those who stayed loyal to God, and the fallen angels are those who betrayed him.

Did fakers counterfeit all the evidence allegedly proving that the “Fruit of the Loom” underwear logo once included a cornucopia?

I wouldn’t call it counterfeiting, but I haven’t seen any evidence which makes the case. For example, one of the oft-quoted pieces of evidence is a newspaper article, but the reporter does not offer any source or photographs. Similarly, local advertisers used a cornucopia in their ads rather than the actual logo.

Had the company actually used the cornucopia, there’d be no reason for them to deny doing so.

Who in the Annunaki is supposed to be equivalent to Jesus?

Okay, stay with me on this one: ancient Sumerian Tablets explain that Yahweh is Enlil, and Lucifer is actually the Sumerian God Ningishzidda, who is also Jesus. Ningishzidda is the Egyptian God Thoth, builder of the Great Pyramids; he was banished from Egypt by his brother Ra (Marduk, Satan) and became Quetzalcoatl and Kukulkan in Mayan and Aztec culture. Later, he became Hermes the thrice born, and after this, Jesus.

Ningishzidda represents the serpent, the truth bearer of knowledge; Lucifer represents the serpent, and so do the other gods I mentioned. Satan has manipulated us in the Bible (in the New Testament, Yahweh was very clear on his ideologies and lack of empathy for humans in the Old Testament). Lucifer was fighting for our freedom and rights, but Archangel Michael (Ra, Marduk, Satan) won the war and wrote the course of the future how he wanted.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

Please note the biblical gods ARE the Anunnaki; Yahweh references them as the ‘fallen angels’ for people who read the Bible for references.

The Anunnaki have mentioned numerous times they can cross-fertilize the egg in a female with their DNA without intercourse and without them knowing. This would make sense as to why the Virgin Mary was, well, a Virgin. Also explains Jesus’s physical features such as the Dark Skin, Extremely Tall and Incredibly Strong.

The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the God Thoth (Jesus) even explains he can live infinite lives in physical bodies, in which he can retain his memories and identity, consciousness. This is why Jesus was documented in his lost years travelling to India and Tibet to study Buddhism, achieving transcendent mediation to unlock the true knowledge of his being.

The Anunnaki have also expressed they have elixirs of immortality/resurrection; these giants are the ones who moved the boulder to save him (Again referenced as the fallen angels). These fallen angels who revived him were; however, I have not deduced yet.

How can anybody be sure there was, in fact, a historical Jesus Christ?

The writings of Josephus have two references to Jesus. One is a brief mention, and the other is far more extensive, using language that is different from the previous section.

One thing to keep in mind is that Josephus wrote about 60 years after Christians believed Jesus died. In a largely illiterate society, stories (not literal history) were passed through oral tradition. It was not uncommon for people to claim divine origins for their deity, and the stories of Jesus were likely no different. Jesus was not the first whose followers claimed God impregnated his mother. Virgin births go back to the Assyrians, Babylonians, and Egyptians and continue through Greek and Roman civilizations.

This first reference from Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews, Book 20, Chapter 9, is a good example of the way Josephus wrote. (Bolding is mine.)

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

And now Caesar, upon hearing the death of Festus, sent Albinus into Judea as procurator. But the king deprived Joseph of the high priesthood and bestowed the succession to that dignity on the son of Ananus, who was also himself called Ananus. Now the report goes that this eldest Ananus proved a most fortunate man, for he had five sons who had all performed the office of a high priest to God and who had himself enjoyed that dignity a long time formerly, which had never happened to any other of our high priests. But this younger Ananus, who, as we have told you already, took the high priesthood, was a bold man in his temper and very insolent; he was also of the sect of the Sadducees, who are very rigid in judging offenders, above all the rest of the Jews, as we have already observed; when, therefore, Ananus was of this disposition, he thought he had now a proper opportunity. Festus was now dead, and Albinus was. Still, upon the road, he assembled the Sanhedrin of judges and brought before them the brother of Jesus, who was called Christ, whose name was James, and some others. When he had formed an accusation against them as breakers of the law, he delivered them to be stoned: but as for those who seemed the most equitable of the citizens, and such as were the most uneasy at the breach of the laws, they disliked what was done; they also sent to the king, desiring him to send to Ananus that he should act so no more, for that what he had already done was not to be justified; nay, some of them also went to meet Albinus, as he was upon his journey from Alexandria, and informed him that it was not lawful for Ananus to assemble a Sanhedrin without his consent. After that, Albinus complied with what they said, wrote in anger to Ananus, and threatened that he would bring him to punishment for what he had done, on which King Agrippa took the high priesthood from him when he had ruled but three months, and made Jesus, the son of Damneus, the high priest.

This second reference is the disputed one from Book 18, Chapter 3. Note the completely different writing style, a main reason Biblical scholars believe it was added much later.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

About this time, there lived Jesus, a wise man, if indeed one ought to call him a man. For he performed surprising deeds and was a teacher of such people as accept the truth gladly. He won over many Jews and many of the Greeks. He was the Christ. And when, upon the accusation of the principal men among us, Pilate had condemned him to a cross, those who had first come to love him did not cease. He appeared to them spending a third day restored to life, for the prophets of God had foretold these things and a thousand other marvels about him. And the tribe of the Christians, so called after him, has still to this day not disappeared.

For me, Jesus the man probably existed and would have been an apocalyptic preacher. But miracles? No. If miracles of the type written in the Bible happened, especially feeding 5,000 people with a few loaves and fish or walking on water, the authorities would likely have heard about it. No one did because it would have been documented. Therefore, I do not think Jesus was the son of God, nor do I think he performed any miracles.

Why did the Annunaki leave Earth in the first place?

Their job was done. They had put in place human-alien hybrids, and they had agreements to continue the flow of these back to the home system, and so they left, only to return over and over again over the millennium.

Who are the Anunnaki?

Forget everything you have read about reptilians, etc. The Anunnaki (Akkadian) or Anunna gods (Sumerian) were the Mesopotamian pantheon.

They were divided into 2 main groups:

  • Anunnaki
  • Igigi

They appear in literally hundreds of Mesopotamian texts; some lists contain their names and epithets.

The 3 main Anunnaki were Anu (the father of the gods), Enlil (who was in charge at Nippur) and Enki (who was in charge at Eridu).

What you must consider is that about the Anunna gods, you have 2 main sources:

  • the academic one
  • the alternative one

The latter relates to Zecharia Sitchin’s books and analysis of Human History.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

Who are the Anunnaki?

They are called “Elohim” or “Illojim” that came from the solar system we call “Aldebaran” on our maps. They were a very tall humanoid species with white, usually blonde hair and white skin (they avoided the sunlight because it hurt their skin and their eyes.)

They seemed to be intelligent and peaceful at the beginning, but later, they showed their real intentions and plans: they wanted to evolve the apes into a new breed. At first, they caught around 10,000 or maybe even 20,000 of our simian ancestors, and they left the planet for some hundred years. When they returned, they brought our (now more human) ancestors back.

Then they left Earth again for some thousands of years, and the primitive pre-humans lived together with advanced terrestrial species on Earth without major problems (they were just afraid of their aircraft and technology). The “Illojim” had taught their mind and enhanced their brain and their body structure, and they were now able to use tools and fire.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

The “Illojim” returned within 23,000 years seven times and accelerated the evolution speed of certain of our kind. You must understand that we are not the first human civilization on the planet. The first advanced humans (who lived at the same time as less-developed pre-humans because the “Illojim” had experimented with different speeds and stages of evolution) with technology and speech existed around 700,000 years ago on this planet (Our scientists do not understand this because they’ve found only the bones of the pre-humans and some primitive cave drawings showing advanced humans and flying devices.)

This genetically advanced human breed lived together with advanced terrestrial species. Still, they avoided contact with that kind because the “Illojim” teachers had warned them with misleading purposes that they were evil beings and that they lied to them.

Well, after some centuries, the “Illojim” decided to extinct their first creation, and they accelerated the evolution of a second and better test series and so on and so on. The truth is that our modern human civilization is not the first on this planet Earth, but already the seventh.

The buildings of the first breeds need to be recovered. Still, the fifth civilization was the one which built the large triangular constructions we call “Egyptian Pyramids” today around 75,000 years ago (Egyptians just found large ancient pyramids in the sand and were not very successful in building similar constructions). The sixth civilization was the one which built the cities which ruins you can find today beneath the sea in the so-called Bimini Area around 16,000 years ago.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

The last creation of the seventh breed – of our series – was done just 8,500 years ago, and this is the only creation we can remember and to which our religious writings refer. We rely on archaeological and paleontological artefacts, which show us a wrong and short past, but how should you know anything about the six civilizations before?

And if you find evidence for their existence, you deny and misinterpret the facts. This is partly a programming of your mind and partly pure ignorance. I will tell you in the following only about our creations because the six previous humans are lost, and therefore, they should not concern you.

There was a long war between another species and the “Illojim” and also between certain groups of the “Illojim” themselves because many of them were of the opinion that the again-and-again creation of the human species on this planet makes no real sense. The last battles in this war were fought around 5,000 years ago in orbit and on the surface.

The aliens used powerful sonic weapons to destroy their underground cities, but on the other hand, they were able to destroy many of their surface installations and bases in space. The humans of our series were very frightened when we observed their battles, and we wrote them down in the form of religious myths (our mind was not able to understand what was really going on.)

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

The “Illojim” – who appeared as “gods” for the sixth and seventh breed – told them that it was a war between good and evil and that they were good and the other ones were the evil race.

The fact is that it’s yet to be discovered what really happened. The “Illojim” were gone from one day to another; they vanished without a trace together with their ships, and the other species found most of their surface installations destroyed by them. The humans were on their own, and our civilization developed. Many of them (the other species) were in contact with certain (more southern) tribes of our species in the coming centuries, and they were able to convince some of them that they were not the “Evil” the “Illojim” wanted them to believe.

During the time from 4,900 years ago to today, many other alien species arrived on the planet (some of them used the old teaching and programming of our mind and “played” God again for us), but the “Illojim” themselves never came back. They had left the planet for a duration of some thousand years earlier, so it’s expected that they return one day in future to end their project or become extinct, also the seventh breed.

Our current civilization has yet to learn about our real origin, about our real past, about our real world and universe.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

Could the Annunaki be the watchers mentioned in the Bible?

The book of Enoch, which was not included in the Bible, has some interesting chapters about angels, the wicked angels, their war, and many other things.

Also, the Watchers and the Annunakis are described.

Many say that it should be included, but others say that it wasn’t included because it mentioned the Savior as Jesus.

Politics, religious differences? Probably.

The truth will set us free, not the lies.

Let’s find that truth.

First of all, it should be clarified that the Watchers are not actually mentioned in canonical scripture but in an extra-Biblical text known as The Book of Enoch, which is believed to have been written before or shortly after Noah’s flood and is not believed to have been written by the same Enoch as the one mentioned by name in the book of Genesis. All that having been said, yes, it is possible. I believe that the Watchers and the Nephilim serve quite well as the “man behind the curtain” (so to speak) for all the ancient pagan deities.

P.S. For you Marvel Comics fans, no, these Watchers are not similar to the Watchers of Marvel lore.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

Did the Annunaki build the pyramids?

The Anunnaki are a group of deities of the ancient Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians and Babylonians. This means that, like other gods, they are imaginary.

Are the pyramids imaginary? No. So, they were not built by Anunnaki.

They were actually built by artisans who gradually improved their skills over many generations and several thousand years. The oldest surviving pyramids date back 4,600 years; the newest is about 2,600 years. There are earlier works that are probably related, going back over 6,000 years (but don’t tell the Creationists!). Most of the work was done with paid labour during the annual floods of Egypt’s main river, the Nile. Enslaved people were not generally needed. This includes Jewish enslaved people.

Did one of the old Fruit of the Loom logos include a cornucopia?

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