Economist Magazine Cover Foreshadows A False Flag Event That Will Happen In November?

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Have the elite warned us that November 3rd and November 5th will be particularly important dates? The Economist has very close ties to the Rothschild banking dynasty of Europe, and it has been a well-known mouthpiece for the global elite for decades. That is why all of the weird imagery that was used on the cover of the January 2015 issue made so many headlines when it first came out. The elite often like to foreshadow what they intend to do in advance, and many were trying to decipher what many of the cryptic symbols might mean. For those that have not seen it yet, here is the full cover…

Economist Magazine Cover 2015

For months, much of the speculation focused on other symbols on the cover, but now there is renewed interest in this cover based on the two arrows that are stuck in the ground in the lower right hand corner. It was an article by James Bailey that brought this to my attention, and I have to say that I am intrigued. Perhaps these two numbered arrows mean something, and perhaps they do not, but I find it hard to believe that they are there by accident. Here is a close up of that section of the cover…

11.5 and 11.3

Could “11.5” and “11.3” be references to November 5th and November 3rd?

The official story is that they do not. The editor of The Economist says that these numbers are related to targets for the Chinese economy. Here is his explanation

“The arrows are taken from the graphic illustrating the story of China’s economy “The numbers to watch” and are Chinese ‘targets’. As it happens, the numbers on the graphic were adjusted in the fact-checking process after the cover went to press.”

Perhaps he is telling the truth. Then again, perhaps he is not. Arrows can be used to “target” something, but they can also be used to attack. And these arrows are stuck in the ground at an angle, which could be pointing to a “decline” or a “fall” of some sort.

We shall see what happens.

I do think that it is interesting to note that U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew originally said that the day of reckoning for the U.S. debt ceiling was going to be on November 5th, but now he says that it is going to be on November 3rd. The following comes from CNBC

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Monday he worries that waiting until the last minute to raise the nation’s borrowing authority could result in an accident “that would be terrible.”

Last week, Lew said the U.S. debt ceiling will be exhausted Nov. 3, two days before previously estimated. In a letter to congressional leaders, he added that a remaining cash balance of less than $30 billion would swiftly deplete.

“Our best estimate is November 3rd is when we’ll exhaust what we call extraordinary measures; those are things we can do to manage things. I will run out of things that I can manage on November 3rd,” Lew told CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”

Another very interesting symbol on the cover is a partially obscured game entitled “Panic”. Clearly visible near the top of this game are the words “Federal Reserve”, and another word that is only partly visible starts with the letters “CHI”. Could that be a reference to China?

Certainly we have already seen financial panic in China this year. At one point, the Chinese stock market was down about 40 percent. Did this cover warn of the Chinese stock market panic in advance?…

Panic Federal Reserve

The following is how the editor of The Economist explained why the Panic game was included on the cover

“Where might you find the financial crisis? EURO – FED RESERVE & CHINA. (Finance Section).”

Very interesting.

Another extremely unsettling symbol that is very prominently displayed on the cover is a picture of the Pied Piper. The following is an excerpt from a piece that the Vigilant Citizen put together back in January…

The presence of the Pied Piper on this 2015-themed cover is downright unsettling. The Pied Piper of Hamelin is a German legend about a man who used his magical flute to lure away the children of the city of Hamelin, never to be seen again.

This folkloric figure dating from the Middle-Ages is said to represent either massive death by plague or catastrophe, or a movement of massive immigration. It also perfectly represents today’s youth being “lured” and mystified by the “music” of mass media. Conveniently enough, there’s a small boy right under the Piper’s flute.

It is interesting to note that we have witnessed a massive influx of Islamic refugees into Europe since the time of the publication of this magazine.

Could there be a connection?

Right next to Barack Obama’s left leg on the cover we find a Cheshire Cat. This is the exact image that illustrator John Tenniel drew in 1866 for Alice in Wonderland. The Cheshire Cat is known for having an evil, mischievous grin, and in the novel Alice never really could figure out what the cat was up to. Could this be an indication of how the elite view themselves and their mysterious plans for the rest of us?…

Cheshire Cat

On this incredible cover we also see Angela Merkel (the star of the crisis in Greece), Vladimir Putin (the star of the crisis in Syria), Hillary Clinton (probably the number one choice of the elite to be the next president), Barack Obama and a mushroom cloud…

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In the end, perhaps it is just a coincidence that so many of these symbols related so closely to events that actually happened during 2015.

And perhaps the numbers “11.5” and “11.3” will prove to be rather meaningless after all.

I certainly can’t prove that they have anything to do with any particular dates, and the elite would not openly admit it even if they did.

But if something does happen during the first week of November, a lot of people are going to be asking some very hard questions.

Personally, I have a very bad feeling about the month of November.

What about you?

What do you think the month ahead will bring?

Please feel free to join the discussion by posting a comment below…

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2 thoughts on “Economist Magazine Cover Foreshadows A False Flag Event That Will Happen In November?”

  1. I don’t think “the Elite” have any intention of foreshadowing their plans — to the extent that there is an elite with plans. Plans don’t generally work well if you tip your hand to let people see in advance what you’re scheming.

    Clearly the elements on the cover are intended to be symbolic of many things. We already all know that China set off a panic. So, we know that panic could play a role in a future meltdown. The cover basically shows the things that people are feeling edgy about — a market panic in China that goes global, Putin and his helicopter as a sign of his global military reach, nuclear war.

    These are all fears NOW. The cover is depicting the fears of the year 2015. While I doubt that the cover is particularly prescient, I have no doubt (as you have no doubt, too) that some of these fears will play out in the remainder of this year and next as things we really did need to be fearful of. Thus, while the editor may be right about their intense meaning of “11.3” and “11.5,” I think there is a good chance that congress will push things too hard on the national debt, just as they did in August of 2011 and cause serious economic troubles.

    I’ve been writing that congress does not need to go as far as causing a default, any more than they did in 2011. Al they have to do is, once again, push their game of brinksmanship too far so that others THINK they will default, and that will cause our credit rating to be lowered (again). Congress has been EXTRAORDINARILY dumb when it comes to learning from recent history, so I have little doubt that they will push their negotiations too far and cause a problem. Right now it wouldn’t take much of a trigger to cause a landslide.

    So, I doubt very much that the elite are telegraphing their plans to the masses just to show each other how clever they are (that they can dangle it right before our eyes without our seeing it coming); but I don’t doubt at all that those two dates, for the reasons quoted from Jack Lew, could turn out to be quite significant, even though the Economist did not intend them as dates.

    It’ll be like the movie China Syndrome. Nobody really knew Three-Mile Island would become a near-disaster that would exactly follow the script of China Syndrome, which came out at that same time, but the timing was stunning. People may well be asking The Economist in the first week of November, “How did you know?”

    –David Haggith
    The Great Recession Blog

  2. I don’t think “the Elite” have any intention of foreshadowing their plans — to the extent that there is an elite with plans. Plans don’t generally work well if you tip your hand to let people see in advance what you’re scheming.

    Clearly the elements on the cover were intended to be symbolic of many things that people feared for the upcoming year of 2015. We already all know that China and the Federal Reserve would be the major players (along with the ECB) in any events that could set off a financial panic.

    The cover basically shows the things that people were already feeling edgy about — problems in China that had the potential to go global, Putin and his helicopter as a sign of his global military reach as we had already seen in Crimea and by January of 2015 in Ukraine, nuclear war.

    I have no doubt (as you have no doubt, too, Michael) that some of these fears will play out in the remainder of this year and next year especially as things we really did need to be fearful of. Thus, while the editor may be right about their intended meaning of “11.3” and “11.5,” I think there is a good chance that congress will push things too hard on the national debt, just as they did in August of 2011 and cause serious economic troubles that could happen when the nation runs out of money on one of those dates.

    I’ve been writing that congress does not need to go as far as causing a default on the US debt, any more than they did in 2011. All they have to do is, once again, push their game of brinksmanship too far so that others THINK they will cause a default, and that will cause our credit rating to be lowered (again), triggering more panic. Congress has been EXTRAORDINARILY dumb when it comes to learning from recent history, so I have little doubt that they will push their negotiations too far and cause a problem. Right now it wouldn’t take much of a trigger to cause a landslide.

    While I doubt very much that the elite are telegraphing their plans to the masses just to show each other how clever they are (that they can dangle their plans right before our eyes without our seeing anything coming), I don’t doubt at all that those two dates, for the reasons quoted from Jack Lew, could turn out to be quite significant, even though The Economist did not intend them as dates.

    It’ll be like the movie China Syndrome. Nobody really knew Three-Mile Island would become a near-disaster that would exactly follow the script of China Syndrome, which came out just days before the Three-Mile-Island meltdown, but the timing was stunning. It certainly made the film look prescient and gave the film a lot of impact. People may well be asking The Economist in the first week of November, “How did you know?”

    –David Haggith
    The Great Recession Blog

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