Claim: Monster brand energy drink uses a Hebrew version of 666 in their logo.
Example: [Collected via e-mail, November 2014]
I just watched a video on Facebook of a lady discussing all the satanic symbolism on “Monster Energy Drink” cans. The “M” is made of
There is a cross in the “O” – that is “witchcraft” bc when you tip the can it’s an upside down cross.
It mentions “MILF’s” like the drink so you will too – hence the can is not christian as the cross suggests at first site.
The clip displayed above featured a very sincere woman who laid out the Monster 666 theory
Look at the ‘M’ closely, there’s a gap right here in the letter, it’s never connected. So you go to Hebrew. The letter Vav is also the number
The matter of the cross is “solved” by the video’s narrator,
who believes the symbol she identifies as Christian is turned upside down with each sip of the drink, invoking the common idea that adherents of Satan employ subverted Christian icons. The woman never fully articulates what the end game of secret Satanic symbols on Monster energy drink cans might be, but she concludes:
You see these Ms everywhere. Hats,
The rumors about 666s and other Satanic hidden symbols on Monster energy drinks have been circulating since at least 2009;However, the video has revived the old and
Ultimately, the claim involving a 666 on Monster energy drink cans relies on the incorrect assumption the three claw marks comprising the logo represent three iterations of the Hebrew symbol “Vav,” resulting in a Hebrew equivalent of “666.” But “666” in Hebrew would be written “Tav Resh Samech Vav,” or “six hundred
At the end of the clip, the woman points to a “cross” in the Monster logo, which is inverted when the can is tipped for drinking. However, the symbol to which the woman refers is phi, a
Last updated: 10 November 2014