Avon goes to the Devil with Baphomet catalog cover

We really must be in the last days.

The Baphomet was first drawn and popularized in 1854 by occultist Eliphas Lévi in his book, Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie (Dogmas and Rituals of High Magic) — a winged, horned, androgynous, humanoid goat with breasts and phallus. (See “The Devil is transgender”)

Levi called his image the Baphomet — “The Sabbatic Goat” and “The Goat of Mendes.” Lévi’s Baphomet is the source of the Rider-Waite Tarot image of the Devil. The Baphomet goat, together with the downward-pointed pentagram, was adopted as the official symbol — called the Sigil of Baphomet — of the Church of Satan and continues to be used among Satanists. [Source: Wikipedia]

Ask yourself this:

Why would Avon, a company that sells cosmetics and “beauty products”, feature the Baphomet on the cover of its new “Campaign 22 of 2019” catalog?

Avon Products, Inc. sells beauty, household and personal care products. With annual worldwide sales of $5.5 billion and 6.4 million representatives in 2018, Avon is the fifth-largest beauty company and the second largest direct-selling business in the world (after Amway).

The company’s CEO is Jan Zijderveld. Based in London, UK, Zijderveld was appointed as CEO in February 2018.  In May 2019, Natura & Co announced its intent to acquire Avon, with the deal expected to close in 2020.

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Kelleigh
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Kelleigh

What in heaven’s name are they thinking? Insane! Definitely Baphomet!

DCG
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Haven’t bought Avon products in over two decades. Won’t be doing so in the future either.

William
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William

Ding-dong, Avon calling. DCG: get away from me

Jackie Puppet
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Heh – I applied to work in Avon warehouse management a couple decades ago, and managed a couple of phone interviews, but that was as far as I got. Maybe my “white supremacy” got through over the phone 😅

William
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William

You answered your own question, yes, we’re in the last days or very close to it. Avon is being trendy and kool, so they think, because Satan is all the rage with the present generation. Just look around you. One of my homeless lost soul clients was very adept at drawing so we got him a sketchpad. He drew a finely rendered Baphomet and I said, what’s with the satanic stuff? He said, I like Satan. Sure, what’s not to like? Yup, last days

William
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William

I’m late to Christian faith but better late than never. A few years ago I would have scoffed at talk of end times; show me evidence. But now by the grace of God I have eyes to see and evidence abounds. The times we live in are..different. A powerful sense of something impending, very close at hand. So nothing to do but pray, prepare, keep our powder dry, and get right with God. And do whatever we can to promote the good, true, and beautiful and oppose evil. The party is over, there is no more time to waste. IMO

Alma
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Not with my money for a long time. At first I bought from a rep. and helped the young girl get ahead, though their fragrances somehow weren’t of my liking. As soon as brand name products invaded the market, Avon was off the list, and I have not seen a rep. in a long time, once in a blue moon I find a catalogue in the mailbox. The US consumer -men and women have a very sophisticated taste and identify with the very famous brands even if they have to pay a high price for their acquisition, wouldn’t you agree?… Read more »

DCG
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Avon replied to someone on Twitter re: this cover photo: “This imagery was created to help express living out loud and making the ordinary extraordinary to represent our new Live Out Loud fragrance launch. The original sculpture is a kudu antelope. Thank you for taking the time to contact us with your concerns.”

What does a kudu antelope have to do with expressing “living out loud?”

I call BS.

https://twitter.com/AvonInsider/status/1183865077503537152

William
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William

They always do this, like with the Calvin Klein “kiddie porn” ads. Oh no, certainly not, we’d never do that. But nothing says “New Avon Fragrance” like a Kudu antelope that just happens to be Baphomet’s twin

Carl R Hassell
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Carl R Hassell

These are the last days. I have been convinced for a number of years now. The ad was a deliberate in your face..no matter how they rationalize or justify it.

Steven Broiles
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My late Aunt Shirley used to sell Avon products for some extra money. They used to have a good business model.

I myself could never stand Avon’s perfumes, and I hope I never have to endure them again!

Truckjunkie
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A girl I went out with when I was just out of high school told me about buying a really cool looking shirt about a year earlier,and she wore it everywhere for about a week because it was so beautiful-it got her a lot of attention-everybody looked as she walked by. Finally a local Clergyman pulled her aside at a store and told her what that “cool” picture on her shirt was. She went straight home,changed clothes and burned the now offensive shirt in the driveway. She said it took a while before she could make herself look people in… Read more »