• Bared Skin Zelda Tattoo Girls – Is This Your Daughter on Facebook? (Photographic Investigation)

    March 6, 2011 7:30 pm 125 comments

    The Legend of Zelda is a demonic video games series that follows the path of a young sorcerer named Zelda, as he uses witchcraft and a Satanic blade to violently murder various creatures.

    The game is essentially a play of evil versus evil. No one in the series is good for they all wield magic and it is through these captivating spells and acquisition of items, that the game’s producers have a hold over any child’s mind when playing this dangerous simulation program.

    Detailed review show Zelda must complete endless, tedious tasks that involve: blowing a ocarina séance summoning device, turning into a wolf-spirit of Twilight lore, canoodling young women and enticing kittens with ‘nectars’, being enhanced by Satanic spirit ‘goddesses,sages and great fairies’ who wear no clothing.

    These are all found in a game designed for children as young as five years old. To completely establish control over all children, we even found the lead creator of Zelda, Hashiru Miyamoto, made a title called “Zelda: Windwaker” that used anime cartoon images and introduced children to elements of pixelated copulation of the most graphic nature.

    The height of popularity of these bizarre Zelda games was in the mid-1990s and we see the game has negatively affected the female and male child cohort of that time period.

    Over the past several months, we’ve analyzed sharing trends of random high school and college students. The findings from our review of College Girls with Batman Panties and Nerd Girl Comicbook panties is consistent with the moral decadence of these youth’s corrupted and exploited by the Zelda boy wizard games. Illustrated characters have the capacity to lower the moral standards of youth.

    On Facebook, college and high school students are taking sexualized poses with Zelda tattoos on bared skin. They are then uploading these tattoos and telling their friends to “one up them”. This eventually culminates in a meet-up with strangers, wild sexual relations and possible abductions and death. These following photos are very disturbing but must be analyzed to fully understand the hold of this Zelda character over our youth, for posterior edification needed to rightfully combat this live threat.

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    In the video game series, there is a royal family of magicians that Zelda must always save.  This family broke a blood pact with the avatar of Satan (played by a being named Gannon).   Zelda is used as a way to connect your child into this mess of backdoor brimstone deals.  They tell your child they are the “Hero of Time” and must use a Triforce power to become the master of all.

    This girl has symbolized this story with the “Triforce” marking upon her exposed mammalian ludicrosities.  She is advertising herself on Facebook from her parent’s bed, saying “you can have a triforce of power upon my chest” which may indicate three people at once, a bizarre and severely audacious form of lust lingering.

    Notice the thigh high stockings with blue bows, all captivated under the spinning, shiny lights of a disco ball.  The double entendre is rife with this one and there is no doubt perverted legions clamored to take part of this dirty disco.

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    Here we see a female subject exposing what’s known as a ‘tramp’s stamp’ upon her bared bosom.  This is a partially exposed panties pose and you can see a singular triangle from the triforce is here.  She is letting the buyer know that there is a secret entrance from behind and the Oreo cookie (in the left background) can crumble.

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    Here we see anime perversions from Miyamoto’s “Windwaker”.  The girl fairy in the back is named Navi and is part of the royal family.  You can see tentacle calligraphy all around and “Windwaking” is a term used in the homosexual and lesbian community for oral acts of genital to mouth masticating.

    It is very disturbing to see girl’s advertising themselves like this on Facebook and in this shot, we can see other men are present.  There is also a video game cartridge present and after the exchange is through, they may also become deeper entrenched in this 32 bit brainwashing scheme and play with the ‘windwaker chimes’ even more.  Do not let your child’s soul be turned of pitch by the sounds, sights and plot of this game.

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    Here, a person advertises the various forms of Zelda.  Each costume of Zelda in the Facebook market may symbolize a preferred type of condom contraceptive or perhaps even worse.

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    Within every Zelda game, the sorcerer must obtain the “Master Sword”.  It unlocks the full demonic potential and can shoot beams of energy and stab an opponent.  The Master Sword is a symbol of shot beams and energized acts, making its placement here patently obvious.

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    AAnother child is using the Aryan Triforce symbol with a come hither innocence look.  There is nothing innocent about Zelda and what it is making children do to their body.

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    In this flash shot, notice the 7 deadly sins coming from the Legend of Zelda design.  The seventh sin is obscured by the game title itself.

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    What is very disturbing about this game, is that young men are also being affected by it.  Much like Robin of Batman comic lore, Zelda wears tight leg stockings and frolics about with grown men.  In the most recent release, Zelda works as a ‘hand’ on a cattle pasture with an older, firm gentleman who gives him lodging in exchange for hard work and solving the village’s problems.  See the similarity?  Much like Batman and Robin share a homosexual relationship, in the Zelda games the boy is oft times engaged by an elder homosexual man who lords over him under the masquerades of training and crime fighting.

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    • Here we see the international reach of Zelda.  The hearts represent the life the “player” can steal from disposed victims in the game.  Upon the male, Zelda holds up his Master Sword phallus in a symbol of ultimate perverse symbolism.
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    • Throughout the kingdom of Hyrule, there exist great castles and places of ancient worship.  These places have huge doors that can only be opened when the player shooters his arrow into the whispering eye.  As can be seen in this Facebook tattoo advertisement, a girl has placed an open eye above her erogenous suprapubic region.  The fine lines in the art lead downward toward the secret place, with the eye’s tears wheting the atmosphere. The symbolism is rife as it is stark in its offensiveness.This must be an invitation for friends to shoot their arrows into the ‘whispering eye’, which is modern youth’s euphemism for the no-no place.
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    • In an airy expanse of times before ancient, three great lesbian goddesses frolicked through the impossibly dark expanses of deep space, their deep moans of pure ecstasy upon touching one another the only break to the vacuum of infinite silence.

      This legend of the Three Goddesses is the starting point for all Zelda games.  Each one created a Triforce of Lesbianism that combined with the others as one.  This is clear support of a gay marriage agenda.

      The game creators are brainwashing children to think three lesbians can combined their parts to create one, a life.  The three triforce parts represent three common bedroom acts of lesbians:  on the left you can see the goddess Nayru, the common lesbian lover and responsible one.

      Notice how Nayru is the only one to carefully hold fast to the triforce.  Next, is Din.  Din represents bedroom passion and gross antics.  Both of Din’s chest prominence’s are exposed in the most nude of manner.  Then finally, Farore, the flopping fish of feminism.  Farore is wind, the spoken word.

      Through this bizarre neo-religion created by the game’s creators, the players of the game are sucked into a world created by three females who reject men and who embrace each other in nude passion to create all life.  This girl has adorned her body with the beginnings of the creation tale and seasoned lesbians will appreciate it.

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    • Here we find the leaking eye is whispering into the rear, perhaps a display of barebacked steak plotting.
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      A young man blows upon an ocarina, taut unstockinged legs exposing bulged thigh muscles from beneath a skirt that flows in the wind.  His blonde hair tickles his face, as he blows upon this ocarina’s phallic prominence.

      From behind, a grown man watches while holding fast to the “Master Sword”.  An explosions takes place between the grown man’s legs and we can all see the symbolism, fully completed by the annoying fairy.

      It is a symbol of homosexuality.  For every one gay, for children will be dallied.  This game supports the gay agenda and uses sparkling fairies to make cute the very depressing and horrendous thing that is taking place here.  Young Zelda will be getting a taste of Hyrulian homosexuality and body hickeys before long on this tattoo.  Can you see the symbolism and why this game is so dangerous?

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    • Again, we see the Zelda boy is blowing the pied piper’s tune to homosexuality.  Gays will try to make their agenda seem normal by engaging animals in inappropriate manner.  Notice the horse in the background by the tree and Zelda’s sword is putting in a North by Northeast direction. It is pointed toward the horse named Epona and is a clear sign of a stable gone wild.
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    Here is another male tattoo, this one celebrating Miyamoto’s anime Zelda game Windwaker.  Look at how the cartoonish version of ‘Time’s Hero” brings the crest of homosexuality to every child who plays this game.  All the frilly decorations are Rococo in nature, further solidifying this game’s dedication to cultures of homosexual orientation.

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    Close review of this Zelda symbols also reveals the game’s tie to the pagan Wicca religion.  Wicca is the practice of satanic sorcery, witchcraft and spells, all popularized by the Harry Potter series and myth stories from India’s caste Hindu culture.  If you look carefully, you can see the symbols all align to make the Pentagram, the ultimate sign of Satan worship.

    Also, notice the leaky eye.  It is on a male’s back and now can also mean homosexuality in certain contexts.  Many of the signs were incomprehensible to our research teams while even describing the others can invoke Satanic rites and curse your life and ruin your mind, so will not be reviewed here where all people may not be protected by a prayerful life of morality.

    The Twilight princess.  Review of Zelda’s newest game reveals there are explicit scenes of fornication, a dark transfer world that ties in the Twilight movie series aspect to the game (wolf transformations and blood ceremony elixirs that must be consumed).  The newest game further shows why so many college kids are under this game’s spell and turning to a life of prostitution to get ‘items’ they want, just as they learn to do in this game’s missions.

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