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President Trump talks with Astronauts aboard the International Space Station

I just finished watching a discussion between Donald Trump, his daughter Ivanka and some astronauts, two of whom were allegedly aboard the International Space Station (ISS). It’s just that I don’t think the ISS exists, or if it does the supposed videos showing astronauts aboard it are fake, if nothing else. There are several videos on Youtube showing the dubious nature of the videos allegedly shot aboard the space station, and I recommend taking a look at them if the claim that the ISS is a hoax seems far-fetched to you.

 

Trump and Space

Trump must be in on the scam if he is doing an interview with these hoaxters. I don’t think he’s dumb enough to fall for it. Ever since Trump won the election there have been articles saying he will strengthen the space program by sending people to Mars, Jupiter’s moon Europa or where-ever. Peter Thiel has supposedly been pushing Trump to use private space companies. Trump has been working with SpaceX’s Elon Musk as well. Now he was chatting with astronauts “out in space” and saying he wants to put man on Mars.

A couple of months ago Trump signed two laws to promote women going into STEM fields and NASA. Many people criticized him for that, since he is caving into the pressure by feminists. Sure, it would have been nice to hear Trump tell them to go screw themselves, but I don’t think it’s going to make a big difference who goes to NASA to perpetuate their lies, since the agency has little to do with any science anyway. In fact, I welcome the dumb feminists taking over NASA, perhaps they would accidentally reveal some of the frauds that NASA has been perpetrating over the years. Trump’s interview with two astronauts allegedly aboard the ISS referred to the signing of these laws as well.

 

The Interview

The interview though was the usual stuff from the ISS, not credible at all. The astronauts, Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer, and  are laughing and smiling like they’re in an amusement park, instead of in the most hostile environment known to man. This is how astronauts behave in pretty much every video clip I’ve seen from the ISS. They do not feel at all like professionals doing a dangerous job. They are lousy actors who cannot stop smiling, or that they know how feeble the lie is, so they try to lull the audience into a soft, child-like state by their overly friendly antics.

Peggy Whitson had supposedly broken some records and there’s even a banner in the background saying: “Congrats Peggy!! New U.S. High-Time Space Ninja”. They’re not even trying to be serious. Jack Fischer keeps using the word “amazing” to fool the audience into thinking it is so. No, it’s not amazing. It’s badly done boring sci-fi.

 

Conclusion

I’m not quite sure what the underlying agenda with pushing these fake space programs is. Maybe Trump really believes in it, or the people in his cabinet do, and are pushing it for that reason. Maybe it’s just expensive bread and circuses for the masses. Or maybe there is a bigger agenda behind it all. They could be laying the groundwork for an even greater deception.

Or, as wild card alternative, maybe Trump is playing 4D chess and is drawing attention to NASA in order to make people first start following them intently, and then he sets them up to fail and reveal their false nature. I still don’t what Trump’s agenda, or who his masters are. I don’t think he’s just another Neo-Con. I do think he represents change, but I don’t quite know change to what direction.

I’ve had this analogy in my head for a while about Trump, so I might as well share it. He was memed to be the God-Emperor from the fictional Warhammer 40,000 universe by people who worship a chaotic frog god, Kek. In the Warhammer universe there are four different evil chaos gods: Khorne, god of blood and war, Nurgle, the god of disease, Slaanesh, the god of debauchery, and Tzeentch, the god of magic and change. Let’s say that George W. Bush represented Khorne as he started a bunch of wars. Obama then might represent both Nurgle and Slaanesh as he brought weakness, sickness and hedonism to his country and the world. Trump then could be a herald of Tzeentch. Meme magics have been allegedly at work for a long time now, and Trump might actually change some things, although not necessarily for the better or for worse.

Another, a more optimistic way to see Trump, if we don’t want to discard the notion that he might be the next King Cyrus, a profane man who God used to do good, is that regardless of what Trump’s intentions are, he might be used by benevolent forces. Let’s take a pseudo-biblical analogy this time. Satan is the ruler of the world, but God wants to change this. There are lesser demons as well who want to change it, since they hate Satan and envy his position. They want to rule the earth instead of Satan. God then gives a lesser demon a slight push or encouragement to fight Satan, and in the end both Satan and the lesser demon end up destroying each other, and freeing the world from their demonic grasp. Perhaps Trump is a puppet of such a lesser demon.

 

Links:

President Trump Has a Video Conference with NASA Astronauts Aboard the International Space Station: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_D4i3CLNqU

Peter Thiel is pushing Donald Trump to use private space companies at NASA: https://qz.com/869105/peter-thiel-is-pushing-donald-trump-use-private-space-companies-like-spacex-at-nasa/

Elon Musk Is Sticking With Trump For SpaceX Contracts: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/elon-musk-is-sticking-with-trump-for-spacex-contracts_us_58b5b12ce4b0658fc20f9a72

Trump signs laws to promote women in STEM: https://www.cnet.com/news/trump-women-in-stem-tech-laws/

The Economist Tarot card Tower and friends turning against each other

Last November I wrote about the annual Economist cover featuring eight Tarot cards. I theorized the card spread, i.e. how the cards were laid out, represented the four quarters of a year, spring, summer, autumn and winter. The first two cards on the left, the Tower and Death, represent spring of 2017. The card on top, Tower is the major aspect, whereas Death represents the minor aspect of the quartal. So far, I think my analysis was accurate on at least some points.

 

The Tower of Dissent

I wrote the following about the Tower:

“The Tower represents upheaval. It may look like an outside force strikes the tower, but it is actually derived from psychological principles. They often result from “neglected and mishandled situations”. One example given by [Rachel] Pollack for the Tower is friends turning against you.”

I also suggested the possibility that the far-left and Catholics join forces to fight other Christians. I haven’t seen evidence of this so-far, but I did expound on the notion of friends turning against each other by suggesting that Trump might turn against his supporters.

Last week Trump allegedly fired missiles at Shayrat air base after an alleged gas attack by Assad. This has lead many people to allege that Trump has turned into a neo-con who is going to start a full invasion of Syria. I overused the word “allege” on purpose, as these things are mere allegations that people people tend to make based on questionable information gleaned from the media.

What I have seen so far is more like so-called supporters of Trump are turning on him, such as certain people in the Alt-Right who were raising a toast to Trump a few months ago and saying “Hail Trump”. This is just the most recent example of this backstabbery.

In January of this year, it came out that Mike Enoch of the Right Stuff and Daily Shoah had been tricking his audience as he was married to a fag-hag Jewish woman, and Mike himself might even be a Jew. Naturally a lot of people turned on him, since he has been deceiving them.

In February or early March another controversy arose with the prominent Pizzagate “researcher” David Seaman being revealed as a con man who seemed to be in the business for the “buzz”, which allowed him to make money. A lot of people turned on him.

In the course last few months, although it started already back in late 2016, a controversy has been brewing in the Youtube “Skeptic Community” as some people in the community such as Armoured Skeptic, Shoe0nHead and Mundane Matt had accepted a sponsorship deal from a company called behind an app and a website called Candid. The app is supposed to be an anonymous social media service that resembles Twitter, and there’s an AI that censors offensive material. On top of that the vast majority of the employees of the company have worked for Google, and there are suggestions that the AI employed by Candid is the same as Google’s Jigsaw.

The controversy with Candid arose when these Youtubers who are supposedly pro-free speech and against censorship signed on with this pro-censorship app, moreover they lied about some of their associations with it, and censored people in their Youtube comment section when they tried to talk about it. Once again, a lot of people turned on these people.

The case with all of these people turning on their friends and allies is very much from “neglected and mishandled situations”, therefore it is good that this has happened. People have shed the illusions away.

The Trump situation though is slightly different in my opinion. I don’t think he is a neo-con, but that’s not to say he’s a good guy either. I honestly still don’t know what to think about him. I do think he is an agent of change, real change and not like Obama. Whether the change will be better, worse or neither I don’t know. Yet the people, such as the Alt-Right who are so eager to protest against this man they supposedly supported reveal their duplicitous and opportunistic nature once again.

 

Death Card

The Death card represents that minor aspect of spring on 2017. I noted in my previous article that it represents the four horsemen of the apocalypse: pestilence, war, famine and death. The river in the card is dried with a single fish in it, whereas in the normal Rider-Waite tarot there’s a flowing river that according to Rachel Pollack “signifies the unity of change and eternity”. I commented that I don’t see any change in the Economist’s card. Perhaps the dried river means that the specter of apocalypse hangs over us, but it lacks any actual substance. Recently there have been plenty of hints that a new war will occur: Trump shooting missiles to Syria, China sending 150,000 troops to the border of North Korea, Pyongyang supposedly evacuating 25% of its population, just yesterday US military dropped a MOAB in Afghanistan.

I don’t think any of this means that things will escalate into full-blown World War 3, or the events of the apocalypse, but that they are there to either feed our fears of such a thing happening, or to feed the bloodlust of certain people. This is why the Death card has all of these deadly things happening, but it is only the minor aspect of spring, so we’re only supposed to think about it, not actually experience it.

 

What to Expect?

Assuming that I am correct in my interpretation, what will we see next? The first three months of the year have passed, and we should already be in the second quartal. The cards are Judgement and The Magician.

In the Judgement card Trump is sitting on the world as the king or god of the world. This suggests his dominance. Rachel Pollack’s description on the tarot is ““reality of life has changed”. I expect the claim that Trump has turned neo-con, or that he is being controlled by his daughter Ivanka or Jared Kushner, to be intentional disinfo from the Trump administration. Perhaps we’re about to see Trump’s version of the Night of the Long Knives that he is pretending to show weakness to lure out those who only pretend to be his friends only to destroy them later.

So far, many people seem to think that Trump does not know what he is doing, or that he’s being manipulated by this or that person, but I think that is about to change. He will show his power. Whether it’s good or bad for the rest of us, I do not know, but he will change things.

I don’t know how to expect to see The Magician card to manifest itself in the next few months. The possibilities are too varied.

 

Links:

My earlier stuff on the Economist tarot:

https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2016/11/23/the-economists-2017-tarot-cover-part-1/

https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2016/11/24/the-economists-2017-tarot-cover-part-2/

People love a good Con Man

There’s a decent Japanese anime called Mob Psycho 100. It’s a satirical story of a teenage boy with powerful psychic abilities. He is able to exorcise spirits and he’s stronger than any other person with psychic abilities. (The series is sort similar in tone to One Punch Man for those interested in anime.) Yet this isn’t about anime, but about human nature and how well Mod Psycho 100 presents it.

Warning spoilers! If you’re intending on watching the anime and do not wish to learn what happens, I suggest you don’t read this yet.

The main character, Mob, has a mentor or master, Arataka Reigen, whom Mob looks up to. The master is con man, but he has fooled Mob into thinking he is a psychic as well. Reigen has an agency for helping people who are being pestered by evil spirits. Sometimes his clients aren’t actually being affected by spirits, and Reigen pretends they are, and he performs some sort of fake ritual to exorcise the spirits, performs a massage on them, or does other nice things to them. When there is an actual spirit affecting them, he asks Mob to exorcise them for him. Naturally Reigen charges money for his services. Despite being a con man, Reigen usually does make his clients feel better, whether or not there is a spirit involved. He cons people, yet he also helps them.

In the final episode of Mob Psycho 100, Mob and his friends have infiltrated the compound of the Japanese branch of a nefarious secret society, Claw, ruled by powerful psychics who want to take over the world. The logo of Claw even resembles the Illuminati all-seeing-eye. In the final episode there is naturally a confrontation between Mob and his friends between the leaders of Claw. Mob’s friends advice him to use his powers to vanquish their enemies, but when his master Reigen arrives on the scene, he tells Mob he shouldn’t hurt people and advices him to run away instead. However, they are unable to escape and Reigen ends up saving the day.

Reigen ends up beating the boss of Claw and his minions of the Japanese branch. He is able to do that because Mob inadvertently lends his powers to Reigen. So in the end the con man saves the day. Whenever Mob goes all out in using his powers, he goes into some sort of berserk mode that can end up being harmful for himself and others, so by Reigen using Mob’s powers he is in fact saving Mob from doing something harmful, i.e. while Mob may have been able to defeat their enemies with his powers, but it might have cost him dearly.

This reminds me of Donald Trump in some way. While I do think Trump is a con man in some sense, he did do a great favour to all us by defeating Hillary Clinton in the election. Like Timothy Alberino put it before the election, that Trump is a knight in slimy armour, and the only one who can defeat the dragon that is Hillary. Perhaps, Mob somehow represents the people of earth who saw what a disaster Hillary would be as a president, and we loaned our powers to Trump to defeat her. Had we done it ourselves, it might have cost us as well. Like Nietzsche said: “He who fights too long against dragons becomes a dragon himself“.

Now that Trump has done what we wanted him to do, we should not expect too much from him, since he is a con man. He did defeat the dragon, but if we delude ourselves to think he is truly a magnificent hero, it won’t end well. Perhaps we needed a con man, someone who tells us half-truths to get the job done, since I don’t think that humanity is prepared to face the truth. We always need a good lie to get us going. This includes us “truthers” as much as the average “sheeple”.

I think all goes back to the garden of Eden when Adam and Eve were too willing to buy the lie sold by the serpent that they’d be as gods. There is something in our make-up that we prefer a lie, and a liar, to someone who tells the absolute truth. Had Trump been a paragon of virtue, we wouldn’t have given him the time of day. If and when Trump’s lies start to cause damage, then maybe we’ll just conjure up another con man to save us from him.

In Mob Psycho 100 the boss of Claw even says that they think they are special because they have psychic powers, but Reigen says they are not, and people won’t like them just because of that. Reigen says they are basically children who never grew up. This is reminiscent of the Social Justice Warrios who think of themselves as unique snowflakes and more special than everyone else, but everyone despises them. This parallels with Trump defeating political correctness with his victory in the election.

It all comes down to humanity being unwilling to come to terms with reality, and we invent another lie to protect ourselves from an older lie that has become unbearable.

 

Links

Mob Psycho 100: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mob_Psycho_100

 

The seeds Trump is sowing…

Donald Trump hasn’t been the President of the United States of America for even a week, but it appears as if he’s already made a plenty of concrete decisions. And I must say I’m liking what I’ve seen so far.

The US military has already attacked the “moderate rebels” also known as ISIS in the Middle-East. Today the Associated Press even reported that the Russian warplanes have co-operated with a US-led coalition in Syria. I assume they attacked ISIS, and not Assad’s forces. If US and Russia are co-operating to get rid of ISIS, I think it is great news. ISIS was created by the Obama administration and/or Israel, so Trump if is sending his military to destroy them he is already undoing some of the damage Obama had caused.

The US is also withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), and Trump wants to renegotiate NAFTA. This is great news as well.

The most shocking move by Trump yet is the American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2017, which suggests that the United States is quitting the United Nations. The UN is an evil Luciferian (see Lucis Trust) globalist organization seeking world domination, and at best it’s impotent in its alleged humanitarian efforts. To mention a few examples of the harm done by UN, they invited Anita Sarkeesian and Zoe Quinn to preach their feminist gospel to them a bit over a year ago. Then there’s of course Agenda 21, Codex Alimentarius and all that.

Though to rain on Trump’s parade a bit, he’s been cozying with Israel even more than other Presidents, such as being friend’s with Netanyahu and he is planning to move the American embassy to Jerusalem. Trump’s Zionist sympathies are not a minor concern, but I am willing to wait and see where all of this leads to.

Let’s get back to the positive things that Trump has done, and look at them from a skeptical angle. While wiping out ISIS is a good thing, however if he continues on the warpath to other countries after that, such as attacking Iran, that is terrible. Bombing ISIS might just be the first step a whole new War on Terror.

Even if Trump cancels TPP and renegotiates NAFTA, he might end up making new trade deals that end up being even more harmful.

Quitting from the United Nations might be a perfect excuse for the globalist establishment to paint Trump as the new Hitler, well they’ve already done that, but do it in a more believable way, and start a new World War. Europe against US and Russia? Who knows what they’re scheming.

Yet I don’t want fall into the conspiracy theorist’s fallacy where the enemy (be it the Illuminati, Jews, globalists, et. al.) is all-powerful, or  everything that happens has been somehow been orchestrated by them. The enemy is after all like the wizard of Oz, and most of its power comes from us believing in it. Perhaps Trump is genuine, or perhaps he is a puppet for benign forces instead of the same malignant ones we’ve used to seeing. Maybe Trump is playing 4D chess with the Zionists while acting like their friend, but setting them up to fall somehow.

So far, Trump’s actions make him seem genuine, that he wants the best for his people, and doesn’t want to wreck the rest of the world either. Although I am moderately optimistic on Trump’s intentions, my spider sense is tingling that whenever things seem to be going too well, something bad is going to happen eventually…

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Links:

Day 1: Mad Dog Mattis bombs ISIS positions 31 times: http://www.trunews.com/article/day-1-mad-dog-mattis-bombs-isis-positions-31-times

US and Russia co-operating in Syria: https://archive.is/JgpnR

Trade Deals Working For All Americans: https://archive.is/chGcN

American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2017: https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/193

Con Man named Trump talks about building a Wall in old TV show

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.”

Con man Trump with weird symbols

 

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.

 

Links:

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

The Economist’s 2017 Tarot cover, Part 2

This is the second part of my analysis of the Economist’s cover for 2017. You can see the first part here: https://concordiaabchao.wordpress.com/2016/11/23/the-economists-2017-tarot-cover-part-1/

 

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Let’s get down to business.

 

Death

According to Rachel Pollack death is an equalizer, it strikes everyone, kings and commoners alike. Interestingly the Rider-Waite version of the card has the pope, or at least someone with a fish-hat like the pope, begging for mercy.

Pollack points out that without death nothing new could come into existence. You need to create room for new things to exist. She also remarks that contrary to popular opinion death does not refer to transformation, rather it denotes us giving up our old masks to allow transformation to take place. In this sense it seems related to the Tower.

The Rider-Waite version of Death has a river flowing through it, which according to Rachel Pollack, signifies the unity of change and eternity. The Economist card, however, shows a dried up river with a dead or dying fish. There’s a very obvious mushroom cloud on the Economist card, and mosquitos that probably refer to the Zika virus. In short, the Economist card does not seem to hint at change as much as at plain death and destruction. And there is of course the grim reaper on his white horse. Looks like the four horsemen of the apocalypse, pestilence, war, famine and death.

I cannot see any positive interpretation to this card. According to it next year will have death plenty of death and destruction.

 

The Magician

The Magician represents consciousness, action and creation according to Pollack. It symbolizes the idea of manifestation. The magician uses the physical world for magical operations, but also creates the world to give life meaning and direction. Pollack also points out that the magician is like a lightning rod, directing the energy from above to the physical ground.

The Economist card looks very similar to the Rider-Waite version, but he has a VR-device over his face, and he is using his creative energies to power a 3D-printer, which prints out houses. The card has a certain Transhumanist or technocratic sense to it. Magic has been replaced by technology, and the figure almost looks like he is blind-folded as he wearing the VR-device.

One theory I read somewhere on the internet is that the 3D-printer does not refer to an actual 3D-printer, but how mystical forces affect the 3D physical world. More specifically it was about “meme-magic”, which some people believe helped Trump become the president elect. These people revere Kek, an ancient Egyptian god of chaos and darkness, who has seen a revival in recent years. At first this sounds silly, but then again perhaps there is something to it. However, I would advice them to be careful with any occult forces they are tampering with, since as the card shows, they may wield this “meme-magic”, but they are also blinded by the eventual consequences of wielding such magics.

The houses emerging from the printer resemble those from the board game Monopoly. Perhaps this is a reference to a financial monopoly that is enabled by modern yet mystical technology, i.e. the Mark of the Beast. Perhaps it will emerge into public next year. There has been all sorts of speculation about the Mark for decades, whether it’s barcodes, microchips or a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, but maybe we don’t have to speculate much longer. The houses could also refer to some sort of housing crisis, such as the one that happened in USA some years ago, with people going homeless despite there being plenty of empty houses. Then again, perhaps the card refers to a housing shortage being solved. In Europe, especially in Sweden and Germany there has been a housing shortage due to the immigration crisis. Maybe they will solve it.

 

Wheel of Fortune

The medieval church considered pride to the greatest sin as the denoted putting oneself before Christ, accoring to Rachel Pollack. The symbol of pride is a king falling out of power. In general the wheel of fortune refers to the workings of fate and changing times, and how fate may seem random, but there is a purpose or a pattern behind it. Pollack notes that we may not be able to change fate, but it we can decide whether we are willing to accept change and adapt to it.

The Economist card refers obviously to European elections. Germany’s Angela Merkel in the red dress is going down and getting hit by lightning on her way, whereas France’s Marine Le Pen is going up. The man on the bottom is probably Geert Wilders, an anti-immigration politician from the Netherlands. I am not sure whether him being in the bottom means that that’s where he will remain, or that he will rise up along Marine Le Pen. It seems envitable though that the political situation in Europe will turn right, as it has in the States.

There are two ballot boxes on the foreground with an X on them. Maybe they’re there just to highlight the fact that the card refers to politics and elections, or perhaps the X has a deeper meaning. In cartoons, for example, if a person is knocked unconscious his eyes become two X-marks, so an X is a symbol of malfunction. It could mean that there will be some sort of shenanigans when it comes to the elections with no clear result arising.

Overall though, I see nothing very revealing or surpring on the card. It seems to reflect the changing direction of the wind of politics.

 

The Star

The final card is the Star. Pollacks remarks that after the storm comes peace. Light comes out of darkness. The Star represents healing and wholeness.

The Rider-Waite version of the Star has eight eight-sided stars on it. The star of Ishtar has eight sides to it.The Economist version has 14 stars with human faces on them, 10 small stars, one comet with three tails, and a moon with 5 or 6 craters on it. Clearly visible are 5 of the craters, but the right top corner of the moon might have another, but it is not obvious. I have no idea what these heavenly bodies refer to, or who are the people depicted on the stars. I think somebody said they look like refugees.

I don’t know what the numbers 14, 10, 1, and 5/6 refer to either. Perhaps 14 refers to the number of parts Osiris was split into? The comet might also belong as one of the stars, so there would be 15. I googled to check out something about three-tailed comets. Apparently comet Hale-Bopp had three tails, but that showed up in the nineties and isn’t supposed to come back for over 2000 years. I also found mentions of a three-tailed comet, C/2014 Q1 PanSTARRS, by astronomers from last year. I don’t know if it’s significant in any way.

Aside from the numerology and anonymous faces, the Economist card has the stars, a comet and the moon. This might refer to the actual outer space. Trump has made some statements about buffing up NASA, which Obama has neutered even further. Perhaps next year NASA will star doing more. I am not very excited should this development come about, as I have very little faith in the honesty or “science” of NASA. Who knows, maybe we’ll finally see Nibiru next year, courtesy of Hollywood’s Industrial Light and Magic.

The Star is tilted to the right, similar to how Judgement is tilted to the left. I don’t know if this is significant.

 

The Spread

Now I’ve gone through all of the cards, but there is another important aspect to Tarot fortune-telling, the spread, or how you lay out the cards. Different cards in different positions mean different things. I have no idea what the actual spread the Economist is using is, or if they’re using any of them at all. I did manage to find one spread though that at least matches the Economists 2 by 4 layout from the Psychic Revelation website.

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I am not sure whether this is in any way applicable to the Economist’s picture, but I’ll try to interpret the picture assuming it is. At least there’s some logical connection between Economist’s divination about next year, whereas this spread is used for finding about a month. Both refer to a set time period.

According to the spread the first four cards correspond to the main focus of the four weeks. The second row’s card refers to a minor aspect of the same week. If we use the same method for a year, we can split it into four seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter, or just four quartals.

The first part, Q1, has the Tower as the main focus, and Death as the minor one. The start of next year would then be quite chaotic and tumultuous. There will be upheaval in the church, or between different denominations. There might be war, disease and famine. The mushroom cloud on Death suggests all-out nuclear war, yet it is only the minor focus, so maybe it does not actually mean that America nukes Russia, or vice versa. If this was to happen, this would be major aspect of any period of time. The explosion could refer to a nuclear power plant blowing up.

Q2 has Judgement as the main focus, and Magician as the minor one. I suppose this refers to Trump getting settled in the office and making major changes in the world. He is not the president yet, and a lot can happen in two months to change that, but at least the Economist seems to suggest that he will get in office.

In Q3 Trump’s meme-magic seems to already have taken place, as The World is the main focus, and the Wheel of Fortune is the minor one. My interpretation of the World is the furthering of the agenda of the New World Order. Wheel of Fortune would then suggests that the rest of the world will begin to follow the direction set by Trump.

People seem to rebel against the new system in Q4, since Hermit is the main focus. The minor focus, the Star, would seem to contradict the protests shown on the Hermit, as the Star supposedly represents light coming out of darkness, healing and pleasant stuff like that. Then again, the hermit is standing on the hill away from the masses. Perhaps society in general is in turmoil, but there are certain people who can live in peace if they choose to stay out of these dialectical battles orchestrated by the globalists. Alternatively, it might mean the elites are sipping cocoa in their bunkers while the people riot.

The Star has plenty of numbers and faces whose ultimate meaning I do not understand at all. Its meaning is a mystery.

 

Conclusion

I should point out that these are simply my interpretation on the message of the picture from the Economist. I might be completely off base. Moreover, I do not think the message depicted in the picture is set in stone. It does not mean all of it will happen, but it is more likely the plan of the elites. Everything might not go according to plan.

I am not 100% convinced on Trump either, whether he is working for them or us, or someone else. I do not even know if he will end up being president. All I say is that keep your eyes open. We will eventually find out if the cards had anything to do with what will happen. Another thing is that the motivation of the people behind the Economist to make these prophetic covers. They know that conspiracy nuts like to analyze them, and I don’t think they want us knowing their plans, so they might add some disinformation in there too. Or perhaps the cover is just a joke to give us something to occupy our time with.

 

Links:

Hale-Bopp: https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg15420801-800-three-tailed-comet/

Meet The Most Beautiful Comet You’ll Never See, C/2014 Q1 PanSTARRS: https://astrobob.areavoices.com/2015/07/19/meet-the-most-beautiful-comet-youll-never-see-c2014-q1-panstarrs/

Tarot Spread: http://www.psychic-revelation.com/reference/q_t/tarot/tarot_spreads/this_month_enhanced.html

The Economist’s 2017 Tarot cover, Part 1

A few days ago the latest cover of the Economist was released. Whenever it happens conspiracy nuts like myself try to analyze what it means. This time the magazine cover is different than usual. Instead of having loads of people standing there, they use Tarot-cards.

Here is the cover:

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I will analyze the first four cards of the picture here, and focus on the four latter cards at a later date.

I had a look of what Rachel Pollack’s Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom has to say each of the Tarot-cards presented on the cover.

 

Tower

The Tower represents upheaval. It may look like an outside force strikes the tower, but it is actually derived from psychological principles. They often result from “neglected and mishandled situations”. One example given by Pollack for the Tower is friends turning against you.

Although those who experience the events of the tower will suffer, it can have positive results such as death of the ego and replacing material comfort for something more important.

How about the Economist’s version of the card? Outside the tower are two groups, Communists and Christians who seem to be demonstrating or opposing the tower somehow. On the tower is also a cross and on the door is a memo. Lightning strikes the tower, and lightning, especially in the shape as shown on the card, is associated with Satanism.

It may seem contradictory at first that Communists and Christians seem to be on the same side against the tower which also bears the cross, but looking at the memo suggests that it represents the Protestants, whereas the Christians behind the tower are probably Catholics as the cross seems like it has a crucified figure on it. Martin Luther hammered his manifesto or “95 Theses” on the door of a chapel, which symbolises the Protestant Reformation. Co-incidentally this event took place in 1517, so next year heralds the 500th anniversary of the event.

I cannot say which sect of Christianity is the correct one, but I can say that the Catholic church as it is today headed by pope Francis, who is a Luciferian New World Order Jesuit, is not a force for good. If the Protestants are their enemies, I cannot help but think they are doing something right. So possibly starting from next year, the far-left and Catholics will start persecuting other Christians. Alternatively it may mean that Christians who are against the New World Order will realize how Satanic the world has become and start activating to fight against the system. Interestingly Donald Trump said in a speech, at a Catholic event that he and Hillary Clinton attended before the election took place, for the need to “stand up to anti-Catholic bias”. Perhaps the aspect of the Tower Tarot with friends turning against you refers to Trump turning against his supporters?

 

Judgement

The next card is Judgement with Trump sitting on the world with a sphere and scepter in his hands. Perhaps it is an attempt to deify Donald Trump as the Bible quotes God saying: “Heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool.”

Rachel Pollack describes the card as relating to eternal truth that frees us from all illusion and fear. Judgement also represents a new existence which is a mystery that we do not quite understand before we experience it. The card implies that the “reality of life has changed”.

I certainly agree that some sort of change has occurred and that we don’t know what will happen before it happens, as most people, myself included, did not believe that Trump would win the election. Whether Trump actually turns out to be the righteous king everyone who supported him was hoping he would be remains to be seen. All I can say is that we should free ourselves of illusion and fear and look at Trump objectively, especially if he starts to renege on his promises.

The card is slightly tilted to the left. I do not know if this means something. The American flag on the world seems to obscure Europe entirely. Possibly it means that this is how things have been for a long time, as the US has been telling the EU what to do, or perhaps Trump’s policies will outshine Europe.

 

The World

Pollack’s explanation on the card is freedom and rapture beyond words. Unconscious known unconsciously. The constant ecstatic dance of being. All very positive things, yet looking at the Economist card does not fill me with optimism. It looks like an interconnected New World Order network. There’s even a pyramid along with two banks? The red and black book looks like an account book, then there’s a painting and the two faces of tregedy and comedy. Is this an assertion of how the global network controls economy, culture and even our emotions?

According to Rachel Pollack the Rider-Waite version of the World has a woman dancing in it, and associates it with the hermaphroditic Shiva. All I see from the Economist’s card is the New World Order getting stronger.

 

The Hermit

Next is the Hermit. Pollack explains that the Hermit goes in two directions, inner and outer. It represents withdrawing from the world to begin the process of activating one’s unconscious, but also represents a teacher to guide others on their way.

On the Economist card the hermit is standing high up on a hill whereas the masses are marching against the TTIP trade pact. I am not sure whether this means that the hermit is guiding the masses with his light, or that he is far away from the masses and trying to seek a more spiritual path. There is also a globe with north America visible. There’s lightning-shaped crack in north-east America. I am not sure whether this symbolizes the social and political upheaval or is a clue of an upcoming earthquake or similar natural disaster.

Perhaps the masses are truly waking up, or perhaps they are as clueless as ever. Maybe fighting against the New World Order on the political level is pointless and you can only see the truth by retreating from society.

 

This is all for now. It’s taken me long enough to write this, and if I try to push until I write about all of them, I’d do a half-assed job. I’ll try to get to the four other cards tomorrow.

 

Links:

Trump: Statement on Standing up against Anti-Catholic Bias : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fI9ubo9jZ8k