Treasure Island

Ray Lucero


ANADARKO (“A Dark Aon”)


Ever since I found that ANADARKO is BP's partner-in-slime...the company name has bugged me. I strongly suspect that ANADARKO is an anagram for 'A DARK AON' or Endless years of darkness.

The ANADARKO anagram may have a double meaning.
Here is the second;

Still reads 'A DARK AON' but another meaning;

“Aon”
[Greek] A Greek hero, son of Poseidon, who was venerated particularly in Boeotia. Boeotia was also known as Aonia, named after him.

Poseidon is an important god to Freemasons & Bilderbergers. So perhaps Aon is the dark son of Poseidon and ANADARKO (AON) is the dark son of BP.

The Globalists love to rub our noses in their excrement...

ROTMS

Submitted: Friday, June 04, 2010
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