Starbucks satanist puts satanic symbols on a christian lady's latte

While Christians have been complaining about Starbucks’ 'Jezebelic logo', a separate incident in Starbucks Louisiana had a catholic Christian faith public teacher complaining for what a barista did to her coffees.

Jezebel means to send exaltation to 'Baal'. It is a controlling spirit of witchcraft. In biblical Hebrew, 'Baal' is a Semitic title and honorific address, which means 'Master' or 'Lord'. (Sources: 1, 2)

Apparently, Megan K. Pinion bought two coffees and this is how they looked when served:

Satanic Starbucks

Ms. Pinion, a practicing Catholic could not believe what she saw; Satanic symbols were drawn using caramel drizzle on the foam of her caffeinated drinks. There was a pentagram symbol, and also the numbers '666'.

She said on Facebook:
I just purchased two coffees at your Mall of Louisiana location
Pinion spoke about professionalism and code of ethics. The symbols of satanic belief were on her coffee and it contradicts her Christian faith big time.
This is how my coffee was served to me. ... I am a teacher in the public school system and if I were to present a child of atheist or pagan believers with a Christian art project I could be sued in a heartbeat. I am of Catholic faith and would love to share in my beliefs daily. Fortunately I have enough common sense to present myself with professionalism and follow an ethics code. Perhaps that could be suggested to that particular location.
Starbucks apologized to Megan.
This obviously is not the type of experience we want to provide any of our customers, and is not representative of the customer service our partners provide to millions of customers every day.
Although, the coffee chain did what has to be done in the humane sense of the word, there are doubts that Starbucks is somewhat embracing double standards towards Catholics.

In a Starbucks’ annual shareholders meeting in March, CEO Howard Shultz took on an investor saying, the company's not so impressive earnings report is due to its support on gay marriage. To which, Shultz said:
If you feel, respectfully, that you can get a higher return than the 38 percent you got last year, it’s a free country
You can sell your shares of Starbucks and buy shares in another company. Thank you very much.
This brings to the idea that perhaps, Starbucks' apology to Pinion is but hypocritical. (Source)

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