Wednesday, March 14, 2012

London Olympics 2012 : The Logo’s Creator




To further my coverage of the Olympics 2012 and the plans for a ‘false flag’ alien invasion (or an event on the scale of biblical second coming), we have to go back to the very roots of the Olympics 2012 brand and logo.

The brand was designed by Wolff Olins 
a brand consultancy based in London and New York. They have been responsible for the brand design work behind GE Capital, Sony Ericsson, Unilever and (RED).


The company was founded in Camden Town, London, in 1965 by designer Michael Wolff and advertising executive Wally Olins. Wolff left the business in 1983, and Olins in 2001, though both are still active in the field of branding.
Wally Olins & Michael Wolff

From 1965 to the early 1990s, Wolff Olins played a central part in developing the craft of corporate identity in Europe.
This design agency is a force not to be reckoned with – providing corporate identity to the who’s who of Europe since the 1960′s.
A quick glance at the Wolf Ollins web page shows yet more imagery related to ‘Sion’:
 
Is it a coincidence that the Olympics logo can resemble the word ‘Zion’, and that, on the website of the agency who created the logo, you can find the word ‘Sion’? No. This can’t happen by chance.


Zion (Hebrew: צִיּוֹן, tziyyon; Tiberian vocalization: tsiyyôn; transliterated Zion or Sion


Of the two founders, Wally Olins became the real success story.

Wally Olins is generally recognised to be the world’s most experienced practitioner of Corporate identity and branding.
Given this, I felt a few Googles were required to see what else could be found on Wally Olins.
Take a trip to the British Library Archival Sound Recordings, and you will find an audio interview with the man himself.
Wally Olins Interview.


London 19 December 1930. Father Alfred Olins; Mother Rachel Muskowicz, both born in London in 1896 into Jewish immigrant families escaping pogroms in Eastern Europe in the 1880′s and 90′s. Talks about parents’ European origins. Briefly describes mother’s family background through memories of grandmother living with them. Father second son of large family who developed a road transport business. WO talks of mother having mental health problems and the impact this had on his parents’ marriage and the family in general as well as on himself. Describes his father’s successful role in family business. 
Talks about father persuading him to become a Freemason and its triggering a recognition of insider/outsider issues and their relationship to his drives and ambitions.

It just so turns out that Wally’s father was a Freemason and, more than likely, he’s one too. And you wonder why it is, that many of the corporate logos you see plastered around our cities, contain the ‘All Seeing Eye’ and hidden occult symbolism – well here is your answer. Everything is connected so to speak.

The designers behind some of Europe’s major corporate brands have been and still are, educated in esoteric and occult philosophies. Wally Olins may have left the Wolff Olins brand consultancy in 2001, ruling him out as the designer of the 2012 logo, but ask yourself this – would he leave the company which bears his name in such un-educated hands? Or is it more than likely that he found the perfect replacements to continue his legacy?
So to summarise, the man behind the company responsible for the Olympics 2012 logo was involved in Freemasonry.
Do you believe that the logo for the 2012 Olympics Games is still so innocent?

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