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In an attempt to upgrade the simple feature of figuring out how to get from point A to point B, Google decided to tell users of their Maps feature how many mini cupcakes they could burn if they chose to walk to their destination, rather than drive, bike, or Uber there.

Of course, we think this feature would be much improved if a Google employee waited at the finish line with a tray of miniature desserts as reward, but alas. Technology has not made it that far just yet.

Regardless, the choice spurned a reasonable outcry of revolt against the calorie-shaming messages the app seemed to promote. What if, say, the Google Maps user chose to drive their 5-mile distance instead? Does Google think he or she doesn’t deserve the ten mini cupcakes of fuel it’d take to walk there?

The choice was also quite callous on Google’s part. App users with histories of eating disorders, for example, have more than enough reason to be upset by the unwelcome comparison. Really any user with a history of feeling negatively about their body, attempting to lose weight by dieting, or experiencing weight stigma could be affected — which, according to some studies, constitutes at least 91 percent of women on any given day.

Do they realize how extremely triggering something like this is for ppl who have had eating disorders? Not to mention just generally shamey

— Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) October 17, 2017

Consumers receive enough diet-friendly, calorie-focused messages already, and already are exposed to more than enough influences telling them they need to lose weight. The last place they wanted more of them was in their essential navigation tools.

Aside from the insensitivity of the choice, the monitor of calories burned — and the arbitrary comparison to mini cupcakes, of all things — isn’t even accurate. Calories in do not equal calories out. Metabolisms are fickle, fluctuating things, and they depend on a myriad of factors both in and outside of our control. Body size, activity level, history of dieting, genetic makeup, age, sex, and millions more variables go into that equation — none of which Google considered with their one-size-fits-all counter.

Plus, not all mini cupcakes are 110 calories, as the app seems to suggest. Just try searching “mini cupcake” on a calorie-counter like MyFitnessPal and you’ll see results varying by hundreds of calories each. And users of Google Maps who don’t choose to walk aren’t sitting around gorging on vats of miniature desserts. They could be driving to a fitness class, for all Google knows. And even if they weren’t, would it matter?

Though Google dropped the ball on anticipating the understandable mutiny against their new application update, at least they were quick to react — within hours, the company retracted their unwelcome feature and returned the Maps app to the low-stress function of simply displaying a person’s ETA and directions. Which is what a maps application should be. Save the dessert-shaming for your weight loss apps where they belong.


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!


Subversive Occult Symbolism and Predictive Programming in Pop Culture: Part 2 – The Mick

Welcome to part two of this subversive symbolism series.

In this article we will be taking a deep dive into The Mick, a TV series that was plagued with controversy when it first aired back in 2017, due to its portrayal of child transgenderism and other borderline content.

I mean, you could probably just look at the title banner to get an idea of what caused the backlash…

Anyway, while I wholeheartedly agree that this is old news, I thought it might be nice to share a whole bunch of notes I had tucked away from last year, particularly from an occult perspective. As these notes were from the trailer itself, I decided to painstakingly trawl through and analyse the entire first season. Just when I thought I had it all documented, more things would come to my attention, which is why it has taken me so long to get this article out.

The show revolves around a degenerate aunt, who is left to take care of her sister’s spoiled children after their parents flee the country to avoid federal indictment. Below is the trailer for Season 1:

I will say it is a shame that Kaitlin Olson is in this show, as I am a big fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia:

Like my previous article, I will be decoding what appears to be occult symbolism and subliminal messages in this TV series. I will be exploring in general terms who is likely behind it, and why they are utilising this type of communication. For those who missed my previous article, I suggest going back and having a perusal of the first few sections, as it covers a variety of topics such as symbolism, Gematria, Freemasonry and more. In it, I define Predictive Programming as:

Symbols + Subliminals = Predictive Programming

This article will continue to build upon concepts and information previously discussed.

Those who are familiar with my work will understand my stance on the occult. That is, it is a tapestry of hidden knowledge in which its application defines its alignment. It can be wielded to uplift and illuminate or to control and dominate. Unfortunately, with all the noise out there on the Internet, a large amount of this information gets misconstrued and buried in paranoia by people who haven’t done their due diligence. I write these articles not only to expose subversive communications, but to help add clarity to this often misunderstood subject.

Before I jump into the main analysis, I would like to discuss some topics that will help make the decoding of this show more palatable for the reader. In addition, I have embedded hyperlinks in some images throughout the article to give content creators credit where necessary. So without further ado, let’s jump into it!



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