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Economist Cover 2017 - Let the Games Begin!

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posted on Nov, 21 2016 @ 05:49 PM

Hey, hey, hey! It's that time again ... supposedly, this will be the new Economist cover for 2017. It's been leaked? So take this with a grain of salt. It may end up being something else.

However, since this one is a faux tarot spread, and we all know how much fun and symbolism we can find in the tarot as well as how much fun there is in the predictive programming. I thought I would pop this up anyhow along with a video.

Here's one where some of the meanings of the real cards are compared to the mocked up versions on the cover. Do you see some connections?

And for my own part, I notice that the only cards not in perfect rows and alignment are the Judgment and Star cards. Someone might have fun blowing up the Star to see if we can tell what portraits are on the stars.
edit on 21-11-2016 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 21 2016 @ 07:34 PM
a reply to: ketsuko


Well, September 23rd, 2017 is a very possible fulfillment of Revelation 12 sign in the heavens, kicking off the Tribulation

posted on Nov, 21 2016 @ 08:05 PM
a reply to: infolurker

Story also here:

posted on Nov, 21 2016 @ 08:07 PM
a reply to: Kapriti

Yeah, I saw that after I popped this up.

I looked but missed it in my first scan.

posted on Nov, 21 2016 @ 08:38 PM
All I see is a whip cracking right over them.John 2:15. Now they are fluttering every where.

posted on Nov, 21 2016 @ 08:40 PM
Pretty interesting. The Flags on Wheel of Fortune are France, Luxembourg and Germany and their leaders. I think I can make out Bowie and Prince's faces on the Star card.

posted on Nov, 21 2016 @ 08:42 PM

originally posted by: Asktheanimals
Pretty interesting. The Flags on Wheel of Fortune are France, Luxembourg and Germany and their leaders. I think I can make out Bowie and Prince's faces on the Star card.

So you are thinking "star" in this context?

So who else passed away in the last year that might have their mugs in a star?

posted on Dec, 3 2016 @ 11:32 PM
Star faces are (unsort):

Sam Altman
Siyanda Mohutsiwa
Isaac Hernandez
Daisy Ridley
Hani Al-Moulia
Amani Al-Khatahtbeh
Leticia Gasca
Amanda Coletta
Shivon Zilis
Tor Garnett
Joshua Wong
Louise O'Neill
Tomasa del Real
Boyan Slat
edit on 3-12-2016 by ampersandale because: 1 missing

posted on Dec, 4 2016 @ 11:05 AM

list 1st name = face up left (the face card has not the same/correct order! why?)

name - title/headline -
"red marked text in article"

The Economist Page 85 "Generation prophet"

Sam Altman - Building the Future -
Startups 85
persident, Y Combinator, and ch-Chairman, OpenAl
"In 2017 we should start thinking seriously about how we reach this incredible future."

Siyanda Mohutsiwa - The tweetstorm is coming -
Social activism 86
blogger and student
"Many Africans in different #ries are taking to the net for political action. It is only a matter of time before these movements link up."

Isaac Hernandez - Dance to the rescue -
The arts and society 86
lead principal, English Natonal Ballet
"the arts can be an unparalleled tool for social integration and personal development."

Daisy Ridley - Lights, camera, time for action -
Diversity in Film 87
"in areas like cinematography there are incredibly limited numbers of woman."

Hani Al-Moulia - A year without frames -
3D photography 87
photographer and student
"Virtual reality (VR) twinned with 360 cameras will the most significant trend in 2017 in media and education"

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh -battle of the brands -
Brand battles 88
"Which brands are actually increasing minority representation within their ranks-among their managers, their newsrooms, their fashion lines?"

Leticia Gasca - Artificial Intelligence's Galileo moment -
AI and buisiness failure 88
executive director, the Failure Institute, and co-founder, #up Nights
"AI techniques will make many jobs better and more innovative."

Amanda Coletta - The plunder games -
Sport and politics 89
editorial assistand, The World in 2017
"In 2017 what happens off the field of play will more fascinating than what takes place on it."

Shivon Zilis - Learning to love the bots -
Man and machines 89
partner and founding member, Bloomberg Beta
"If ai can be unpredictable, why trust it at all? The value these programs bring is too great to ignore."

Tor Garnett - Blue-line thinking -
Smart policing 90
detective chief inspector, Metropolitan Police, and co-founder, Police Now
"how do we successfully police people's perceptions of the police?"

Joshua Wong - Challenging China -
China's influence 91
activist and secretary-general, Demosisto
"the Chinese Communist Party packages its autocratic ideology as "the China fream", using its power and wealth to violate universal values and suppress dissent."

Louise O'Neill - A feminism for all -
Nuanced feminism 91
author of "Asking for It" (riverrun)
"Ibelieve that this sense of nuance is something that distinguishes the next wave of feminism"

Tomasa del Real - The sound of the future -
Tomorrow's music 92
"different influences and connections across borders are changing the way in which we make music today."

Boyan Slat - Sea change -
Tech and he planet 92
CEO and founder, The Ocean Cleanup
"So why not also use power of technology to take on these challenges and restore the natural balance?"


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