posted on Nov, 21 2016 @ 07:54 PM
the way the cover to the economist works is interesting. Generally, some, and in a few cases, all of the imagery is a "message" to those who read it.
It is not for those controlled by those who read it. So one has to look at the message from the POV of a lower level control person who subscribes. If
you look at 2016, Hillary is facing the wrong direction, the unfavorable direction, suggesting they had concern about her. Not "she loses" but concern
she was not in favor.
The use of the Tarot, straight up, is shocking. The cards are used in two ways, to help clarify issues happening, and to help predict future events
and issues. The cards are by their nature not of this world, like the photos in the previous covers were clearly of this world. So right there they
are saying, "something is happening that is not of this world, beyond the ordinary" and maybe magic/divination is the only way to get an explanation.
Two cards are askew, they are drawing the attention to those two cards, likely saying "these are the the reasons for the change" so blame them. The
cards suggest that nothing will ever be the same, expect nothing but change. Now, since this is aimed at those lower level control folks they are
telling them "you're screwed and we think there is nothing to do about it." That's fascinating.
The Star Card is quite interesting, near as I can see from this image there are two faces not of this world, suggesting average folks as well as a few
non average have spoken and the connection to the Trump card suggests that it is the world's selection, not just America's election, that is the key
here. The world has spoken through this selection.
You'll note the world card is not Earth, but the part controlled by those who control. The image suggests, at least at some level, the old ways are
about to be thrown into upheaval and there is nothing to do but watch. The wheel of fortune card suggests the same, "only god knows whose head is
going to role."
In all, fascinating change of direction. For me, an admission that what once was is no longer, at least as seen by those who stand to loose the most.