The Economist: The Elite´s Tarots 2017. Rothschild´s Scaremongering

I think the following “predictions” are more meant to draw attention to the existence of an awesome self-appointed hidden hand ruling the world – and controlling the media.
A warning: Big Brother is in control of the world – and of you, unless you have realized this and liberated youself from his ideology (NWO). No matter what you do, it is part of his plan – since he took over the world´s masonic lodges in 1781.

Vigilant Citizen 12 Dec. 2016:  The tarot is known by all yet it conceals, in plain sight, knowledge that has been hidden from the ‘profane’ for centuries. The Economist’s tarot cover accomplishes the same goal: It is published across the world yet its true meaning will only be fully understood by few.

The cover was heavily inspired by the tarot deck created by A.E Waite, a prominent occultist and founder of secret societies. By referring to this specific deck and by using its very hermetic symbolism, The Economist is pointing towards the true philosophy of those ruling the world.
The  Economist  is directly related to the world elite. It is partly owned by the Rothschild banking family of England and its editor-in-chief, John Micklethwait, attended several times to the Bilderberg Conference

Like the tarot, The World in 2017 predicts various trends to come while hiding, in symbolism, the true mechanisms at work. Indeed, several of these cards imply the existence of a ‘hidden hand’, an outside force that does not simply observe what is happening – it is silently guiding the world where (it thinks) it needs to go.

You may remember The Economist´s tarot for 2015 – which I described. There was practically no prediction in it. On the other hand, Steve Jackson´s Illuminati cards – and the Simpsons have had undeniable predictive  values.

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The following is an explanation of the occult meaning of the shown tarot cards – without political  inference to political events. From the 21 min. mark, the author states to be seeing destruction and deception coming,

Now back to Vigilant Citizen: The first thing one can say about this cover is that it is occult. The tarot is indeed said to contain within its symbolism the entirety of occult mysteries transmitted by secret societies. Also, considering that the cards of the Major Arcana is also referred to as “trumps”, it was a great way to emphasize that next year will be very influenced by Trump’s election.

The Economist’s cover was inspired by the Rider-Waite deck which was published in 1909 (shown in the Vigilant Citizen article). Waite was a  prominent occultist – a member of several secret societies.


Not unlike The Tower of the Rider-Waite deck, the card features a (Trump) tower being destroyed by lightning from above, a reference to the Tower of Babel being destroyed by God.
“This card follows immediately after The Devil in all Tarots that contain it, and is associated with sudden, disruptive, and potentially destructive change.” – Bill Butler, Dictionary of the Tarot.
The tower is surrounded by mobs of people holding a red communist flag and a crucifix.
Does it maybe refer to the growing division between two opposite groups – globalists/liberals/socialists versus nationalist/religious/conservatives? Above the door of the tower is a cross. Will Christianity be under attack in 2017? Or does it refer to the groups said to have supported Trump?

Donald Trump is sitting on the globe as the king of the world.
The Book of Revelation mentions several times the term ‘kings of the Earth’. They are sometimes said to worship Christ and in other passages, they are said to worship the Beast. “And I saw the beast, the kings of the earth, and their armies, gathered together to make war against Him who sat on the horse and against His army.”
– Revelation 19:19, finally concluding with their defeat by the rider of the white horse in chapter 19. Strange fact: There’s a white horse on the cover.

The World card represents an ending to a cycle of life, a pause in life before the next big cycle beginning with the fool. It is also associated with the concept of ‘unification’.
We see images representing arts, literature and theater floating above three classical monuments. The Egyptian pyramid brings to the card a mystical, esoteric dimension.
These three monuments perfectly represent the historical influence of the ‘occult elite’ on society. Claiming to be the guardians of the Mysteries the Masonic/Illuminati elite has been the secret force behind profound cultural and political changes.
A World Fraternity regardless of religious conviction was needed, sustained by a deep and broad program of education. Their symbol is a blazing sun rising over the mountains of the east.”
Lines connect these the three buildings of power with symbols representing pop culture found throughout the world.

It depicts hordes of people marching while holding flags rejecting the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership), the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) and the EU (European Union). Other flags simply say ‘STOP’ and ‘NO’ which reflect general of globalization and the agenda surrounding it. Hermits live in seclusion of society and these people want to live in seclusion from the world order.
At the bottom right of the card is a cracked globe, another ominous symbol referring to profound division and destruction.
“The hermit thereby personifies the secret occult elite/ organizations which for uncounted centuries have carefully concealed the light of the Ancient Wisdom (“the pure light of the Luciferian doctrine” and here) from the profane. The Hermit therefore represents the , the ‘secret organizations’ that have ruled the world for centuries

Not unlike the Rider-Waite version, the card features a skeleton sitting on a white horse. On The Economist’s version, a nuclear mushroom is in the background which probably alludes to tensions to come between nuclear powers around the world (a mushroom was also on the 2015 cover).
The card features the same ‘blazing sun’ in the background found on The World card.

has one hand towards the heavens and another towards the earth – a reference to the hermetic axiom “as above, so below”. In The Economist’s version, the magician is wearing a VR (virtual reality) helmet while working a 3D printer.
The infinity symbol found. One can create infinite virtual worlds while the other can greatly expand the limits of material resources.

According to The Economist, a smiling Marine Le Pen is heading towards the top of the wheel while a pouting Merkel is upside down and heading down. To make things worse, Merkel is next to dark cloud  and hit by lightning, while Le Pen is under a nice clear sky. Is Merkel heading towards a bitter defeat? Will her controversial “open door policy”, which allowed the entrance of over a million refugees in Germany in the past years, cause her to lose?

While those who reject globalism might perceive this change in political scenery as a victory, the symbolism of this card appears to say: “It is all part of the plan”. Indeed, political parties, whether they be ‘far-right’ or ‘far-left’ are all part of the same ever-turning wheel, the “cycle of necessity” that puts into power whoever is necessary at that specific time. In other words, the momentum of nationalism might be planned by the elite to accomplish specific goals.

In tarot, The Star card represents joy, optimism and feeling connected with the divine. In The Economist’s version, the faces on 15 young people appear inside yellow stars. I could not identify any of these faces. Some of them appears to be in their early teens.

The octagon has many occult meanings.

I do not know what this is to mean.

Clearly, the Illuminati are giving us their view of the development of the world – or perhaps, we should rather say their plan for the world.

Certain tarot cards do look sinister: Death + nuclear mushroom, the (Trump) Tower being hit by lightning. But then again: There also was a mushroom on the 2015 “prediction”.

Scaremongering? Do they mean this seriously? Well, acc. to Albert Pike-William Carr plan and the   Georgia Guidestones  they do mean such business at a certain point.

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