I have detected a conspiratorial theme in the annual event called the Super Bowl. It’s as if the teams that participate in the game have a deeper
symbolic meaning, with regards to American society. I first thought of this three years ago, when the Pittsburgh Steelers played the Seattle
The theme I detected was that America had come to a cross-roads between the Old and New. Seattle a city well known for Microsoft, Starbucks and
liberal politics and Pittsburgh, known as the center of the dying American steel industry. The Steelers victory symbolized America’s re-commitment
to the Old over laptops and Skim lattes.
The very next year, the Indianapolis Colts played the Chicago Bears. In this match-up the cities themselves didn’t seem to matter as much as the
mascots. The Colts, a young donkey, and the Bear, a hulking land beast. The theme appeared to me as the Rider on the White Horse overcoming the Beast
and its Army, a concept made popular in the book of Revelation. MVP Quarterback, Peyton Manning leading his team to victory over the team led by
Last year, the New York Giants played the New England Patriots. This was another religiously themed showdown, with the Sons of God pitted against the
Sons of Man. The game was closely contested with the Giants winning as a result of last second heroics.
The reason I wrote about this theme concept of the super-bowl is because of the unusual potential match-ups and to make a prediction, as theories are
worthless without practical applications. This year’s NFC and AFC championship games showcase three teams with birds as mascots, something I don’t
ever recall seeing, and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Eagles and Cardinals play for the NFC championship, while the Steelers and Ravens battle it out
for the AFC championship.
The theme I detect for this year seems to be the people versus the powers that be. The Steelers again represent what they represented in the 2006
Super Bowl but also the overall plight and trials of the American worker and the Economy. While the Eagles, a war bird, primarily represents Secular
government, the Executive Branch of Government and Corporate Management. The Cardinals, a religious icon, primarily represents the establishment of
the Church and Banking and Finance. The Ravens, a carrion eater, primarily represents Death and Judgment.
This weekend the Steelers will face the Ravens. The theme… the worker will be judged. My Prediction is that the worker will be victorious over
death. Also, the Eagles face the Cardinals. This game could be so close and I am having difficulty picking a winner. Both Corporate Executives and
Bankers let the world down this year in ways that are pretty much unprecedented. If the game is about passing the buck and you gamble on pro football,
don’t give away any points, as this game will either be won in the final seconds or in overtime. But if the game is about who screwed the world over
the most, the Cardinals will win in a blowout over the Eagles.
I predict that the theme for the Super-bowl will be a showdown of the spirit of man over the physical and material, with the Steelers playing the
Cardinals. I predict the Steelers as Super Bowl champions with the low margin of victory, but dominant performance. I feel the Steelers represent the
true nature of mankind, a worker who toils without regard to gender or specific line of work, with the Cardinals representing baser elements of our
world. Again, not making a comment about the actual organization or State of Arizona.
I really hope I haven’t offended anyone, I know how easy people can fly off the handle. This thread was created to test the idea of the existence of
a hidden theme in the Super Bowl contest and the ability to make a prediction based on that theme.
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