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  1. ender1 is offline

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    What is this Symbol

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    Anyone know what this symbol means? This has been driving me nuts for awhile now. I have seen it on window clings, on the back of street sign and on the drive through box at a local Taco Bell. Today I saw it on a guy's t-shirt for the band Tribe More. My googlefu is letting me down.
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    A Tineye search has no exact matches. The closest one is a group called the 200 club in Pasadena CA. Their logo is just a circle inside a triangle, which is basically exactly the same as the one you posted, but there's not that many ways to put a black equilateral triangle inside a circle (there's martial arts logos like that too, GJJ for example). When you compare the two side by side, the proportions are the same and it kinda looks like the one you posted is modified from that one.

    Where did you find this symbol? Like the actual digital pic you put there? Cause it doesn't seem to be floating around the Internet.

    EDIT: Ah, here we go:


    Looks like the logo for a band called Tribe of More, a metal band.
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    Posted On:
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    my googlefu ultra failed me because I got a bunch of links to free masons, and unless there's a shadow cult building up....


    Edit: yea that makes sense, my searching skills need more training
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    Pretty sure it's just Tribe of More's logo. You said you've seen it at Taco Bell ETC. Is Tribe of More a local band near you.? thats probably why your seeing it everywhere.
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    Thanks for the help. After looking at some sites and youtube videos I found Tribe of More is a local band near Charlotte, NC so I guess they have been advertising in the area. No website or phone number on the sticker. Not my kind of music

    Still not willing to rule out some strange cult or communitcation device similiar to Hearts in Atlantis.
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    Wasn't that Prince's name for awhile?
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    On the topic of symbols, can anyone determine if this is
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    B) Shen Ring
    C) Something different

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    Strange! Never seen before, can't wait to know about that!

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