Professor Doom mentioned this in his video so I thought I’d share it. It’s curious.
There was a TV series called Trackdown in America in the late fifties. In one episode a con man named Trump arrives in a small Texan town and says that the world is going to end in the midnight. He says only he can save the people if they listen to him. Supposedly a comet or meteors are going to hit the earth and kill everyone. In a later scene Trump he says “I will build a wall around your homes that nothing will penetrate.”
In the Trackdown episode there’s a guy called Trump who talks about building a wall. He uses the fears of people to deceive them out of their money. In one scene the hero of the show, a Texas ranger, says “it fits” when he learns the man’s name is Trump. I suppose this is just a reference to the trumps or trumpets in the Book of Revelation.
“And the seven angels which had the seven trumpets prepared themselves to sound.
The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.” (Revelation 8:6-7)
And so on. The character in the show, Trump, is talking about the end of the world and the trumpets are a herald of the end in Revelations.
Although con man Trump talks about building a wall to save the people, that’s not ultimately even how he is alleging to save them. Instead he ends up selling the townsfolk umbrellas that are supposed to help. It’s like the people who made episode wanted it two have the phrase about building a wall, but their budget wasn’t big enough or something so they settled for umbrellas.
What does this curious co-incidence between the obscure TV show and recent politics mean? I obviously don’t have the answer, but I don’t think it’s Predictive Programming. The show is from too long ago and too obscure to make sense. It might be some sort of temporal (i.e. time related) synchronicity. The emotions and concerns of people today may have reverberated somehow backwards in time and the writer for Trackdown caught it. Telepathy that travels across time. Might sound far-fetched but so is the notion that this is a meaningless co-incidence.
Professor Doom mentioned the possibility that this and other instances of so-called Predictive Programming might be warnings from time travelers. Could be, or maybe it’s anti-Donald Trump propaganda from a time traveler. But it’s all speculation anyway. All I can this is weird.
If we take the TV show as some sort of warning from the past it suggests Donald Trump is a con man. He might be but personally I’m not convinced either way. I’m going to wait until he’s inaugurated, which is tomorrow, I believe. Maybe the comet in the show that people were supposed to fear represented Hillary Clinton, since anyone with any awareness would not have wanted her as president of the United States. Perhaps Hillary was built up as the perfect boogey-woman so they’d buy into the Trump-con. Then again, if we look back to my temporal telepathy-theory, a lot of people nowadays do think that Trump is a dangerous con man. Perhaps their fears that may be unfounded affected the script writer over fifty years ago.
Trackdown TV show: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trackdown_(TV_series)
Trump soon to be outed? Obama and the U.N. Plus…: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPl7Su3qFPw
Trump Trackdown (short version): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gs6UcgiDwg0
Trump Trackdown ‘The End of the World’ (whole episode): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1D2ynASqe4