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TIME- Donald Trump Person of the Year 2016

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posted on Dec, 7 2016 @ 11:23 PM
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a reply to: LiveForever8

That HAS to be by design. The placement is perfect. Good eye.


Devil horns aside, it's a flattering picture. His hair never looked so good.




posted on Dec, 8 2016 @ 08:12 PM
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Yeah just read about that too online www.abc.net.au...

Interestingly having read in various literature like Texe Marrs Codex Magica besides others the devils horns have been used in artwork for centuries like on Michelangelo's Moses. Some few claim it represents M as a signal to initiates of the Mary Magdalene cult.

I think what's intriguing is that the left side of his face is shadowed in darkness. I am aware that the left eye is representative of the evil eye or left hand path of darkness as David Stewart suggests in his article, which is usually why you will have prominent people with that side of their face covered. I don't know if it means they're following the left hand path or right hand path though.

Another interesting subliminal is that his eyes are squinting as if to signify he has evil intentions in my opinion. So I wonder if that is intentional. I guess we'll see how his administration pans out in time and whether the Time cover has any prescient significance to it at all.



posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 10:12 PM
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January 10, 2017

I thought President Obama would have been named "Person of the Year", as a going away present. Trump will enjoy the next 8 annual magazine covers.



posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 10:15 PM
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This is as good as putting the grim reaper on the cover of Times.



originally posted by: loam

TIME: Donald Trump Person of the Year 2016



This is the 90th time we have named the person who had the greatest influence, for better or worse, on the events of the year. So which is it this year: Better or worse? The challenge for Donald Trump is how profoundly the country disagrees about the answer.

It’s hard to measure the scale of his disruption. This real estate baron and casino owner turned reality-TV star and provocateur—never a day spent in public office, never a debt owed to any interest besides his own—now surveys the smoking ruin of a vast political edifice that once housed parties, pundits, donors, pollsters, all those who did not see him coming or take him seriously. Out of this reckoning, Trump is poised to preside, for better or worse.

For those who believe this is all for the better, Trump’s victory represents a long-overdue rebuke to an entrenched and arrogant governing class; for those who see it as for the worse, the destruction extends to cherished norms of civility and discourse, a politics poisoned by vile streams of racism, sexism, nativism. To his believers, he delivers change—broad, deep, historic change, not modest measures doled out in Dixie cups; to his detractors, he inspires fear both for what he may do and what may be done in his name.



Well, they gave it to him.




posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 10:16 PM
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Im sure he will be on the cover plenty. Hopefully none of them are in cuffs, or in front of a Congressional Panel.



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