Just the other day was making jokes about seeing an A that looked more like a golden triangle so must have been a sign of the Illuminati and yadda yadda (because I don't always take myself so seriously). Well, sadly, the next morning I saw on Mickey Mouse Clubhouse something which was less than my imagination on an episode about...duh duh duh...triangles:
It's so corny it's hard to believe, but it's really there. I've only ever seen that use of the Eye of Horus that particular episode. It should also be noted that in this case, the Eye is without the triangle, making the reference to triangles less blatant and relevant to the episode but nevertheless connected. Also, it needs to be noted that the Eye is crowned. That goes along with the theme of Horus being the god of rulers (or Odin as the god of the elite), or alternatively, the rule of the one-eyed "god" Dajjal (antichrist). Lastly, the rays of illumination are present, sealing the reference to the Eye of Horus.
Also in that screen capture Mickey Mouse's hand can be seen holding three wrenches with different shapes in them. That's part of the triangle theme because the missing wheel on the skateboard has a triangle screw.
That's what makes the Eye of Horus relevant. As can be seen, there is also a star wrench, which could be argued is another intentional symbolic reference. Who knows, it could be very likely. But with stuff like this it's hard to argue intention. Was skateboard design the work of a bored artist who thought it'd be a fun adult reference to make just because he/she could? Or was it put there on purpose? My purpose is to just point out what I observe.