Monster Energy drink has 666 Anti-Christ logo

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Some time along the way, when we weren’t looking, America’s pop and consumer culture became suffused with satanism.
Monster Energy drink
Monster Energy is an energy drink introduced in April 2002 by Hansen Natural Corp. (HANS), a company that is known for supporting many extreme sports events such as BMX, Motocross, skateboarding and snowboarding, as well as eSports. Monster Energy promotes a number of music bands around the world, like Asking Alexandria, The Word Alive, Maximum the Hormone and Shinedown.
The regular Monster Energy flavor comes in a black can with a green tear-shaped M logo, suggestive of the claw marks made by a monster. But as the nice Christian lady in the video below explains:

  • The logo of Monster energy drink is not the English alphabet M, but the Hebrew script for 666.
  • The cross inside the letter O in Monster is not about Jesus Christ, but rather the Anti-Christ.

Hansen’s Natural Sodas have been a natural soda brand in Southern California for the past 30 years. In the 1930s, Hubert Hansen and his three sons began selling juice to film studios and retailers in Southern California under the Hansen’s name. The company became Hansen’s Juices, and later The Fresh Juice Company of California. The company filed for bankruptcy in 1988, was acquired by the blandly-named California CoPackers Corporation, and renamed Hansen Beverage Company. On January 5, 2012, shareholders agreed to change the name of the company from Hansen’s Natural to Monster Beverage Corporation. On November 10, 2008, distribution of the Monster Energy and Monster Java products was turned over to Coca-Cola Enterprises.
There are now 34 different drinks under the Monster umbrella in North America including its core Monster Energy line, Java Monster, Extra Strength, Import, Rehab and Muscle Monster.
So unless you want to celebrate satanism, if you’re buying Monster Energy drinks or other Monster products, STOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
H/t FOTM’s Russ T. and CSM
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0 responses to “Monster Energy drink has 666 Anti-Christ logo

  1. Dr. Eowyn: As a handwriting analyst, the signature of Obama has always bugged me. If you look at the “O” in Obama, it has a down-slash in the middle of the letter, and looking at the top of the letter, there is cross configuration. Just my observation. He is also not an emotionally involved personality either. Have a blessed day, Leeann

    • Very perceptive, Leeann! When I first saw the letter O in the Monster Energy logo, I also thought of the O in Obama’s signature.
      According to, the symbolic meaning of a cross inside a circle is:
      In Native American traditions, it forms the basic pattern of the MEDICINE WHEEL and plays a vital part in major spiritual rituals. Many contemporary pagans consider it their main symbol for transmitting the energy of the goddess.

      • That is God telling you this is the truth and we have been chosen to let this be known but learn to walk in the love of God and share all burdens. put God first love God with all your heart soul mind and strength and love your neighbor as yourself and in doing this… It will allow God to show you what you must do! Praying for you all… Amen!

    • Yes! I just posted about it on fb. I am almost 41 yrs of age and before ever laying my physical eyes on Barack Obama, at the age of 12, God gave me a dream about him and he was the Antichrist… All I could tell my parents at that time was…. He is not black or white he’s just dark. He had on a black suit and a red tie, (which is what he wore when he was elected to be president) dark skin, dark hair cut close to the head and dark eyes… And in the dream, people was running left, which was to him, thinking it was to safety but he was the Antichrist, and I was standing “on the side” watching it all, and tried to scream for them to run to the right, which was to God away from the Antichrist and then I woke up, I woke from my couch and there’s a mirror in my living room and I looked at my self in the mirror and put my hands over my face rubbing in awe of what I saw and there he stood and he laughed at me saying…. Wild dream ain’t it! Then is when I really woke up.. I was having a dream… in a dream

  2. Amazing! You would think people would be warned away from these products.

  3. Gotta appeal to those hip, edgy young people… I’m sure the Devil would agree.

  4. Uh-oh… “This video has been removed by the user.”
    (But now I know why that Monster logo always gave me the creeps.)

  5. Lord, it’s a full time job just sorting through all the stealthy junk that they try to sneak into our homes.

    • Indeed, it is very tedious, this is why researchers need breaks now and then, just too much stuff piles up, and so few fellow researchers to sort it out.

  6. Whole new meaning to “bottom’s up”…disgusting. Since we are on this topic…I always wondered why the apple in the Apple logo that’s so popular all over the world shows someone bit into it. Then I started thinking that maybe it’s more than just an apple with a bite. The popularity of satan and his worshippers should not go unnoticed (especially since it is so prevalent in many corporations’ logo). What if the apple is more a representation of satan than anything else?
    What was satan’s biggest accomplishment? To convince Eve to disobey God in the Garden of Eden by taking a bite from the forbidden fruit (aka apple). We all know everything that happened to mankind as a result. Just my thinking….any opinions?

    • MomOfIV,
      I had wondered about that too. So I looked up the original logo of Apple, which is of Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree. So the current “bite from an apple” design probably is not an allusion to the Garden of Eden’s forbidden fruit.

      • Thank You Dr. Eowyn,
        I see your point. However, the original logo showed Newton sitting under the apple tree with a whole apple hanging above his head. According to Wikipedia the next logo was a rainbow apple with the bite missing introduced in 1976. In 1998 they changed it to black and so on and so forth.
        And then there is this quote from former chief technology officer at apple computer, jean-louis gassee, who in 1999 said “One of the deep mysteries to me is our logo, the symbol of lust and knowledge, bitten into, all crossed with the colors of the rainbow in the wrong order. You couldn’t dream a more appropriate logo: lust, knowledge, hope and anarchy.” I think your first inclination about the logo was correct.

    • i’m not even a christian yet i know that the fruit was never named in the bible; besides “the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil” the reason that people in the west assumed “apple” was because of the similarity in Latin of the words for evil (malum) and apple (malus).
      Also, the apple itself is native to central Asia (Kazakhstan), the only references in the bible to asia are to asia minor (anatolia – turkey) I only bring this up because the temp requirements of apples to set fruit are incompatible with the majority of biblical locations.

      • no one knows what the “forbidden fruit” was, but I definitely believe if God wanted the “forbidden fruit” to be an apple, well then, He certainly has the ability to make it so.

  7. Or maybe the bite was put there to help identify the symbol as an apple,not a cherry or a peach…..
    Sometimes I think people are looking for “hidden meanings” where there just AREN’T any. “Play this Beatles album backwards and hear devil-speak” or some such thing.

  8. Sometimes a rock is just a rock.

  9. I’ve never tried an energy drink… don’t know why, but I have a bad feeling about it… another reason not to try this one…

  10. I’ve never tried a Monster energy drink, and after reading your article, Hansen will NEVER get a penny of my money!
    In addition to FOTM, I beg you and your readers to read Henry Makow’s blog regularly. He has all of this chronicled. He’s a walking encyclopedia! And be forewarned: Satanism has gone mainstream now. Makow names some names!

  11. Thank you for enlightening me. Although I don’t purchase this product–I must admit that when looking at this logo, it caused me to see uneasy, or have an unsettled feeling. I certainly did not know what it was, I just noted that was how I felt. Now I know why. Thanks for the education. We have to be on our toes all the time.

  12. Dr. Eowyn: Aside from the logo, those energy drinks have also caused folks to end up in the ER with fibrillation (AF) and high blood pressure. I think 2 cups of coffee would suffice for an energy boost, a jog, or just a good nights sleep perhaps : ) I always go with my hunches about things, and that monster drink always struck me as strange. One time I bought a decorative picture frame because it was bright and looked cute, to put my grandson’s picture in it. Sometimes, when dusting the shelf off, I would pick up that particular picture because there was something about it that seemed strange after a while, but without knowing what it was. Upon closer observation with a magnifying glass, there were subtle figurations of “The Goat of Mendes” an occultic symbol. I took the picture out and threw the frame in the trash. As for Native Americans, and some of their emblems; they are pagan. I am half Cherokee, and my dad was very much a Christian, so we never had dream catchers or totem poles, etc in our home. It is very sad what happened to the Natives. However, they were “pantheists” and it was a punishment for worshipping false gods, worshipping mother earth, and disregarding the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I did not mean to get too far off topic, but wanted to convey, that evil is often subtle and comes in simple forms, without fully recognizing it for what it is. Leeann

  13. My former brother-in-law married Annie Hansen, the last of the 12 I believe it was of the Hansen children at the time, c. 1985, in a rural setting at their log house residence outside Spokane, WA.
    As my former wife & I separated in 1987, I didn’t stay current w/the fortunes of the Hansen Juice business. They were a Roman Catholic family, thus the 12 children. Clearly the company strayed after the Hansens lost control.

  14. To be clear, there’s a few—well, a ton of—things wrong with this woman’s analysis: The logo’s “M” actually is partially connected and has a much longer stem than the Hebrew letter she claims they represent. More importantly, vav-vav-vav is technically not how “six hundred and sixty-six” is written in Hebrew.
    Also, there’s no “cross” in the “O” that turns upside when you drink the can (that’s the Greek letter Phi).
    But hey, if “the devil laughs” when we drink Monster, we may as well be in on the joke. Sounds to me that this woman has to much time on her hands

  15. Apparently,
    the woman in the video is Christine Weick…the same one who stood for Christ during the Washington National Cathedral debacle and the Mother’s Day protest.

  16. Jacqulin is a freaking idiot. faith is a good thing to have and to mock God by saying “God does that shit to me all the time”. Jacqulin your an idiot. LOL it seems that you should take a minute and use your “critical” thinking and see that in no way could this earth and all its glory could have just evolved. really?!? go get a bible and read it…humble yourself!

  17. It doesn’t matter because we are all blind on the surface of earth

  18. Good morning, Eo!
    I don’t know about FotM’s regular readers, but I’ve long been suspicious of these so-called ‘energy drinks’ now so common as to be relegated to mere soda pop status. However, I believe they are very far from that, as bad as that is in of itself. This writer, Mike King, also feels the same, and backs his thoughts w/a lot of documentation, showing it’s become a world-wide phenomenon:
    I feel so strongly about these hyper-sweetened, caffeinated, over-the-top ‘non-alcoholic’ [for the most part] concoctions that I tell my workers I don’t want to see them using these while on company time. The two I did discover using these on job-time turned out to be thieves, women abusers, liars, and cheaters. Need I say more, except that they no longer work for me, and one went to prison for two years after I let him go, for assaulting a young woman he was living with in a relationship.
    Mike King is Christian, I don’t know which branch, but I’ve followed him 2-4 times a month, for more than three years. He’s pretty consistent, so I know he doesn’t flip-flop in his discretion and judgements. This latter point is important to me, as it indicates he has a moral bearing that is stable, and not for pitching to his readers.
    I an not now, and never have been a user of these so-called ‘beverages,’ nor will I ever be, in fact, I stopped drinking soda pop in the late Eighties as too many were loaded w/sick-making sweeteners, such as Aspartame and saccharine. []

  19. EVERY SINGLE ONE OF YOU IS INSANE. Absolutely fucking insane. It’s a can with fucking liquid. Nobody gives a shit about your fake God or your crazy conspiracy theories. All of you are just fucking lunatics.

    • Way to refute the evidence that was presented. Bet you were the champ of your debate class, no doubt.
      Do all of you in BC speak with such a foul mouth?

    • for someone who doesn’t care, you sure are heated in your tantrum and quite profane I might add.

    • Dear alexhutzkal,
      I urge you to seek medical assistance because you clearly are afflicted with Tourette’s Syndrome.


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