Fangs are synonymous to horns; they represent the capacity to pierce through the skin of the human victim so that (s)he can be possessed.
Break the teeth in their mouths, O God; LORD, tear out the fangs of those lions!
The Old Testament – Psalms 58: 6
This also shows the relationship between the Lion and the serpent since the latter have fangs.
This would also explain why people (i.e. Asians) would have last names as “Fang” since it represents their family line of human possessors
1 And Nadab and Abihu, the sons of Aaron, took either of them his censer, and put fire therein, and put incense thereon, and offered strange fire before the LORD, which he commanded them not. 2 And there went out fire from the LORD, and devoured them, and they died before the LORD.
3 Then Moses said unto Aaron, This is it that the LORD spake, saying, I will be sanctified in them that come nigh me, and before all the people I will be glorified. And Aaron held his peace.
The first use of the word “fire” was indeed fire for the incense. However, notice how the second use of the word “fire” in verse 2 where the number 2 is a motif as well for demon possession. “…they died before the LORD” means that Aaron’s sons lost control of the body and their souls to “the angels.” This is why Jesus stated that the God of The Old Testament was the devil, a murderer (demon possession may be equivalent to murder), and a liar (John 8:44).
“Indeed We created man from dried clay of black smooth mud. And We created the Jinn before that from the smokeless flame of fire”
Quran 15: 26-27
“The Angels were created from light and the Jinn from smokeless fire.”
FIRE IN ILLUMINATI MUSIC: DEMON POSSESSION
People may think I have come to impose peace upon the world. They do not know that I have come to impose conflicts upon the earth: fire, sword, war.
Jesus – The Gnostic Bible: Revised and Expanded Edition (p. 49, verse 16). Shambhala Publications. Kindle Edition.
Note: Notice the dual meaning of “fire” in this instance since “fire” can be belief in the “fire” (demon possession).
Gilgamesh the hero is told by the barmaid Siduri, believed to be an epithet for Ishtar, how to reach his grandfather but to do so he must cross the “sea of death,” presumably a euphemism for the dangers of space travel. She informs Gilgamesh to see Urshanabi, the boatman or pilot, who is at the edge of the “sea of death.” It has been suggested by the author elsewhere that Gilgamesh’s trip across the “sea of death” was actually a flight by rocket or spacecraft to see his grandfather Utnapishtim, the Sumerian Noah, who was then in the orbiting spaceship.
Flying Serpents and Dragons: The Story of Mankind’s Reptilian Past (Kindle Locations 6039-6043); Boulay, R.A.; Book Tree; Kindle Edition.
So Simon Peter climbed back into the boat and dragged the net ashore. It was full of large fish, 153, but even with so many the net was not torn.
The Bible – John 21:11
For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.
The Bible – Mathew 12:40
(8) And he said, Humankind is like a wise fisherman who cast his net into the sea and drew it up from the sea full of little fish.
Among the fish he found a fine large fish. He threw all the little fish back into the sea and easily chose the large fish. Whoever has ears to hear should hear.
The Gnostic Bible: Revised and Expanded Edition; The Gospel of Thomas (p. 46, verse 8). Shambhala Publications. Kindle Edition.
The Flower Of Life is a microscopy cross-section of DNA. It represents the knowledge needed to make human possession possible. Typically, depictions of Lions and flowers (like tattoos) are associated with each other.
There is a entire book dedicated to shape-shifting fox’s called The Fox’s Craft in Japanese Religion and Folklore.
“The distribution of fox symbolism in human culture generally follows the distribution of real foxes in nature, and common patterns in the fox’s meaning across cultures can no doubt be attributed in some degree to its ubiquitous presence in the wild.”
The Fox’s Craft in Japanese Religion and Culture: Shapeshifters, Transformations, and Duplicities; Michael Bathgate; p. 17.
In page 3 the author provides the following quote:
“People…say that foxes transform themselves into human beings, but this is a delusion…I do not change into a human; human beings transform themselves into foxes!”
Hosei monogatari (Yasunaga 1992: 149)
Luke 13:32 does not provide the context in which he is referring to King Herod; was he a shape-shifter or “demon possessed?” One must then turn to the context of his behaviors to make a decision based on probabilities. King Herod wanted to kill Yeshua, has been known to have murdered his own family, and had many rabbi’s murdered for, essentially, a stable monetary supply. All of these behaviors combined shows with a high probability that King Herod was demon possessed. Also, music artists that show certain themes that are violent and anti-religious, etc. tend to be Illuminati members.
There are many other animals and entities that embody shape-shifting bio-technology.
“…the fox itself is only one among a host of bakemono–including snakes, cats, wild boars and racoon-dogs (tanuki), as well as ghosts, goblins (tengu), gods and bodhisattvas.”
The Fox’s Craft in Japanese Religion and Folklore; Bathgate; pg. 10
Take note that the Japanese term “bakemono” represents characters that can be translated literally as “a thing that transforms.”