“Tattooed Female Prowler Scaring North Valley Residents,” Dennis Romero (January 15, 2014)
You can see the dancers have formed the sun image by the position of their arms, torsos, and legs as they lie on the floor, all in a circle, with the lower half of the human circle extended to mimic sun flares and light, and with the upper half illuminated in a crescent shape by bright lights acting as the moon and moonlight. There are also three lights as stars in alignment along the bottom with Beyoncé as the fourth, offset star in the middle. Here is my mark-up of this image showing these items:
At the top in this image is the MS/SM/SMS symbol at the end of the show, with its light withdrawn, and clearly visible beneath it is a formation of an upside down cross, a common symbol of anti-Christianity.
And in case anyone needed to see a child’s version of a Ouija board, there is this:
For example, look at the front image of this popular Monster Energy beverage, which is part of a line of drinks introduced by the Hansen Natural Company starting in 2002:
I believe the answer is clear: The artist of this beverage’s can and/or others in the company approving it are promoting a form of anti-Christianity.
Then there is cat food, or at least one popular brand known as “Fancy Feast.” Take a look at this image of this flavor of dry variety cat food:
MS, SM, and SMS are being used everywhere, and this has been increasingly true for some time. It is also becoming more nuanced in use, and even openly promoted in places which have become suspect for all the wrong reasons. Consider the front sign of the now infamous Comet Ping Pong restaurant in Washington, D.C., related to the “Pizzagate” scandal (with red circling added):
Regardless of intent, these MS, SM, and SMS images in and of themselves often stand as a warning for Christians and for Jews, in as much as for thousands of years Judeo-Christian God worshippers have been warned about the veneration and use of symbols for the sun, moon, and stars (Deuteronomy 4:19; 17:3-5; 2 Kings 23:5; Isaiah 47:12-15). Instead of promoting any of them, I and other Christians choose to promote the one who, in our view, made them and everything else.—Psalm 148:1-6.