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Illuminati Symbol Caught in GEICO Commercial.

 
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Illuminati Symbol Caught in GEICO Commercial.


Why would it be there in the first place?

And at this point i don't think they (Illuminati) exist.
i think the real powers that be are distracting us.
Sending us on a wild goose chase with hidden messages.
Fake Hidden Message.

Can someone describe this better because i cant come up with an example.
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Re: Illuminati Symbol Caught in GEICO Commercial.
Skip to 1:05ish.
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cruise
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The screw is freaky that's for sure
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The screw is freaky that's for sure
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Its a blot, Dolt!
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Re: Illuminati Symbol Caught in GEICO Commercial.
Grade 7 & 8 Hex Bolts
SAE J429 Grade 7 and 8 bolts are made from medium carbon high strength alloy steel, quenched and tempered. Used for automotive, structural and high temperature applications; they are the strongest and most heat resistant of all SAE graded bolts. Their mechanical and strength properties are found on the fastener mechanical properties for steel charts on fastener distributor and manufacturer's websites or in the SAE and IFI handbooks. Grade 7 and 8 bolts are marked with five and six equidistant lines, respectively, beginning from the rim of the bolt head to its center. Grade 8 bolts are equivalent to ASTM A354 Grade BD bolts



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