For many years now, The Economist magazine has released their yearly 'The World In...' episodes which are said to encapsulate what the elite believe may be coming to our planet in the following year. These magazine covers have immediately become some of the most analyzed and discussed topics of conversation on the internet and within the world of 'conspiracy theory' and alternative media for their often cryptic messages and 'The World In 2017' is no different.
As we see in 'The World In 2017' cover seen above and directly below, we're once again given cryptic hints through 'tarot cards' at what the globalists believe the world may look like in 2017 though unlike the last few years, no longer do we see bright colors and smiling faces of world leaders but 'Planet Trump' and a mushroom cloud with death riding in on a pale horse.
We take a look below at each of these cards individually as well as collectively and through several different points of view from different videographers who each share with us their own interpretations and deciphering of these cards in the videos below. It's interesting that all of these cards are considered 'major arcana' cards, or, 'Trump' cards. First, from the Daily Crow story that Steve Quayle linked to previously.:
Tarotology is the theoretical basis for the reading of Tarot cards, a subset of cartomancy, which is the practice of using cards to gain insight into the past, present or future by posing a question to the cards. The reasoning behind this practice ranges from believing the result is guided by a spiritual force, to belief that the cards are instruments used to tap either into a collective unconscious or into the subject’s own creative, brainstorming subconscious.
Compared by some to the iconic 'Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band' album cover from the Beatles, both the 2015 and the 2016 issues of the Economist magazine (owned by the Rothschild family) seen below gave us bright colors and a somewhat cheery world from the globalists eyes. With caricatures of well known political leaders such as Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and their smiling faces along with a 'who's who' of the global elite, they're mixed with other cartoon images placed amongst them that some believe signifies knowledge of future events.
Clearly a globalist owned magazine with ties to some of the world's biggest monetary and economic power structures, we're not the least bit suprised to see the globalists view of the 'world in 2017' is overhung by dark and gloomy overtones with Donald Trump seemingly pronouncing judgement upon the world while sitting upon 'Planet Trump'.
While 'The World In 2017' is much different than previous years, it will not disappoint those looking for hidden messages from 'the elite'. Within it we see a set of 8 tarot cards in the foreground with the universe and stars in the background.
Featuring the tarot cards called 'the tower', 'judgement', 'the world', 'the hermit', 'the star', 'wheel of fortune', 'the magician' and 'death', we see proof of the elites ties to ancient methods of magic with the cards alone on the cover.
While we'll never be fortune tellers nor prophets, we'll give you our own take of what these cards could mean by combining what we know about the past and the globalists, adding in what the world is experiencing in the present and guessing what the globalists believe those together might bring our future. We'd love to read your own thoughts about these cards in the comment section below.
According to Wikipedia, the Judgement tarot card is: usually modeled after the Christian Resurrection before the Last Judgment. An angel, possibly Gabriel, is depicted blowing a great trumpet, from which hangs a white flag bearing a red cross. A group of humans (man, woman, and child) of grayish complexion stand, arms spread, looking up at the angel in awe. The people are apparently emerging from crypts or graves. There are huge mountains or tidal waves in the background. These may be a reference to the sea giving up its dead on the day of judgment, as described in the Book of Revelation.
Why is Donald Trump sitting upon a US flag throne, holding what appear to be a crown and a scepter, seemingly in judgement of the world? Does this show elitist fear of Trump or more disdain?
In the 3rd card we see 'The World' card represented by our planet with a pyramid, what appears to be the US supreme court and definite triangular symbology with the arts and humanities represented on further levels.
Do the globalists see Trump as 'a fool'? If so, how foolish they are.
As we see the 4th card called "The Hermit", a countless number of sheep, walking as one, carrying banners but constantly changing their minds, being herded down the narrow path by a hermit who lights the way from his mounain top, the shattered world laying behind him.
According to Wikipedia, 'the Hermit' tarot card sometimes calls for looking within ones self for meaning. Are the globalists warning of something huge for our planet on the horizon with the broken world?
In the 5th card we 'The Star', once again a tilted card which overlaps the 'wheel of fortune' seen below. Showing also 14 faces within suns, which one of our videographers tells us are also stars, according to Wikipedia, 'the Star' sometimes signifies hope or inspiration. Might this card mean much more than that to them? Do the globalists know something we don't know?
In the 6th card called the Wheel of Fortune we see what appear to be the flags of Germany, France and the Netherlands along with a ballot box below, the wheel also being struck by lightning.
The 'star' card overlaps the bottom of the 'wheel of fortune' and what appear to be the politicians of each country tied to the wheel as it goes round and round. According to Wikipedia for the wheel of fortune tarot card, a common aspect to most interpretations of this card within a reading is to introduce an element of change in the querant's life, such change being in station, position or fortune: such as the rich becoming poor, or the poor becoming rich.
We see some very interesting symbology in the 7th card as the magician appears, blinded by virual reality headware while pointing to the heavens with one hand and the earth below with another while pumping out 3D homes, his head surrounded by solar symbology with the symbol for infinity seen hanging above his head.
According to Wikipedia, the Magician tarot card, the card can mean that a manipulator is floating around, usually if it's reversed. He may be a beneficent guide, but he does not necessarily have our best interests in mind. He may also represent the querent’s ego or self-awareness. He can also represent the intoxication of power, both good and bad. Do the globalists see Trump as a 'magician', attempting to create gold from thin air?
Is it just a coincidence that the 8th card shows death riding in on a pale horse, a mushroom cloud in the background with crops and wildlife dying, the rivers dried up and the Earth seemingly baron?
This card seems to represent what the globalists see as one possible future for our world and the 'pale horse' symbology cannot possibly be overlooked. Once again, do the globalists know something that we don't know? According to Wikipedia, the death card in tarot doesn't always refer to 'physical death' but the 'letting go' of something. However, this card seems to speak for itself considering all of the other cards and what's happening now around the world.
You can see the full cover of 'The Economist' below videos at the bottom of this story.