An Executive from the Procter & Gamble Company Appeared on a TV Show to Say that All the Profits from the Company Go to Satanism-Fiction!
Summary of eRumor:
This email says that a top executive from Procter & Gamble was on a television talk show such as Sally Jesse Raphael, Phil Donahue, or Jenny Jones and said that he’s a Satan worshiper. He says that the profits from P & G go to Satanism and “there aren’t enough Christians to stop him.” He also goes on to say that the Procter & Gamble logo is that of a wizard and is a part of the influence of Satanism on the company.
There is no truth to the claim of a Satanist executive at Procter & Gamble and no truth that any television appearance of that nature took place. This is a rumor that is now more than a decade old and originally was said to have occurred on some of the TV talk shows of a past era such as Mirv Griffin and Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show. It has caused grief for Procter & Gamble, which is a company that has enjoyed and protected its image. According to the company, the logo is that of a man in the moon, a popular symbol 100 years ago, and started being used along the river docks when companies used pictures to mark their shipping crates. There have been instances reported of people who sell home products using this eRumor to discourage customers from buying Procter & Gamble home products. The company has taken legal action in several of those cases and has won. Religious leaders including Billy Graham, Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and others have issued statements in support of Procter & Gamble and debunking the rumor.
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The President of Procter and Gamble appeared on the Sally Jesse Raphael Show on March 1, 1998. He announced that “due to the openness of our society”, he was coming out of the closet about his association with the church of Satan. He stated that a large portion of his profits from Procter and Gamble Products goes to support this satanic church.
When asked by Sally Jesse if stating this on t.v. would hurt his business, he replied, “THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH CHRISTIANS IN THE UNITED STATES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.”
Product list includes: Cleaning supplies: Bold, Cascade, Cheer, Joy, Comet, Dash, Spic & Span, Tide, Top Job, Oxidol, Ivory Dreft, Gain, Mr. Clean,Lest Oil, Bounty Towels
Food: Duncan Hines, Fisher Nuts, Fisher Mints, Dehydrated Fruits
Coffee: Folgers, High Point,
Shortening Oils: Crisco, Puritan, Fluffo
Deodorants: Secret, Sure
Diapers: Luvs, Pampers
Hair Care: Lilt, Head & Shoulders, Prell, Pert, Vidal Sassoon,
Acne Product: Clearasil
Mouthwash/Toothpaste: Scope, Crest, Gleem
Peanut Butter: JIF
Personal Hygiene: Always, Attend Undergarments
Lotions: Oil of Olay, Wondra
Soap: Camay, Coast, Ivory, Lava, Safeguard, Zest, Oil of Olay
Fabric Softener: Downy, Bounce
Citrus Punch: Sunny Delight
Medication: Aleve, Pepto-Bismol
If you are not sure about the product, look for a Procter and Gamble
written on the products, or the symbol of a ram’s horn, which will
appear on each product beginning on January 1, 2000. The ram’s
horn will form the 666, which is known as Satan’s number.
Christians should remember that if they purchase any of these
products, they will be contributing to the church of Satan.
Inform other Christians about this and STOP buying Procter and Gamble Products. Let’s show Procter and Gamble that there are enough Christians to make a difference.
On a previous Jenny Jones Show, the owner of Procter and Gamble said that if Satan would prosper he would give his heart and soul to him. Then he gave Satan credit for his riches.
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MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE. THIS NEEDS TO STOP.
Procter and Gamble, the makers of Ivory Soap, Pampers, and Old Spice, uses a corporate logo with Satanic connections. The logo is a drawing of the man in the moon, which contains 13 stars, a symbol of devil worship. And if you look closely at the beard, the mark of the beast–666–can be seen in the hair lines.