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ECONOMIST 2017 front cover just released. Speechless

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 Talon    716

Tower Tarot Card Meaning

With Mars as its ruling planet, the Tower is a card about war, a war between the structures of lies and the lightning flash of truth. This is a card about anything we believe to be true, but later learn is false. This realization usually comes as a shock, hence, the violent image. It is, quite simply, that moment in any story where someone finds out a shocking truth, one that shatters their perceptions and makes them reassess their beliefs.

When the Querent gets this card, they can expect to be shaken up, blinded by a revelation. It sometimes takes a very bright flash of light to reveal a truth that was so well hidden. And it sometimes takes an earthquake to bring down beliefs that were so cleverly constructed. What's most important to remember is that the tearing down of this structure, however painful, allows us to find out what is true and reliable. What will stand rather than fall apart.

Judgement Tarot Meaning

With Fire as its ruling element, Judgement is about rebirth and resurrection. The idea of Judgement Day is that the dead rise, their sins are forgiven, and they move onto heaven. The Judgement card is similar in that it asks us to resurrect the past, forgive it, and let it go. There are wounds from the past that we never let heal, sins we've committed that we refuse to forgive, bad habits we haven't the courage to lose. Judgement advises us to finally face these, recognize that the past is past, and put them to rest, absolutely and irrevocably.

The reader can tell the querent that they need to forgive or be forgiven, do something they've been putting off, or have the courage to finally end something that isn't good for them. It is time to move on.

This is also a card of healing, quite literally from an accident or illness. It can indicate a time in the hospital, or a time of significant change.

The World

Thus, the World card is about, first, completion and competency. The querent may have come to the end of a long-term project or graduated from a field of study. There is the feeling that they have hit all the points of the circle. There will be well-earned praise, celebration and success.

Saturn, the card's ruling planet, reinforces this. Saturn is the "scholar" card, and indicates that the querent is now an expert in their subject. Thus, this is not, like Death, the end of something, but rather a change in frequency. From student to teacher, from apprentice to master. The querent has finished their first go-around and goes right into another spin as a professional.

And, finally, on a more mundane level, the World card indicates travel, not short business trips, but long, fantastic trips. Maybe a lecture tour, book signing, or just a trip around the world. This can be a wonderful card of wholeness, satisfaction and independence.

Hermit Tarot Meaning

Represented by Virgo, the Hermit is a card of introspection, analysis and, well, virginity. This is not a time for socializing; the card indicates, instead, a desire for peace and solitude. Nor is it a time for action, discussion or decisions. It is a time to think, organize, ruminate, and take stock. There may be feelings of frustration and discontent during this time of withdrawal. But such times lead to enlightenment, illumination, clarity.

In regards to people, the Hermit can represents a wise, inspirational person, friend, teacher or therapist, someone the querent usually sees alone, someone the rest of the querent's friends and family may not know about. This is a person who can shine a light on things that were previously mysterious and confusing. They will help the querent understand themselves or find what it is they are seeking.

Death Tarot Card Meaning

Perhaps the most common question asked about Tarot Cards is, "Can the Death card mean a real death?"

Yes, it can. The Death card is about endings, and that includes the ending of a life. What everyone seems to forget, however, is that the Death card is not exclusively about the end of a human life. In fact, it's far more likely that the card is telling you that a goldfish or a houseplant will die. Death can mean the "end" of anything: The end of an era, the end of a trip, the closing of a restaurant, the breaking up of a band, the conclusion of a very rough week.

Any and all of these as well as a million more possible interpretations can be applied to the Death card. So it is foolish to fear it for the fact that, once in a great while, it will let you know that some sick, elderly relative might not be long for this world.

Even more important to remember: the Death card is less about something dying then about how a person deals with endings.

We might be delighted that something is finally over and done with, like a terrible job we hated. Or we might be heartbroken, like over the loss of that poor goldfish. Either way, we require time to come to terms with the fact that something we were used to is no longer a part of our lives.

With Scorpio as its sign, the Death card is as much about transformation as about loss. Scorpio has three forms: scorpion, serpent, eagle. The Death card indicates this transition from lower to higher to highest. In addition, Scorpio is also about sex. So even as something is taken from us, something new is created.

That new thing will not be the same as what was lost, but it will step into that empty space and give us reason to carry on.

Magician Tarot Card Meaning

At #1, the Magician is the male power of creation by willpower and desire. The lemniscate (infinity symbol) over his head indicates the energy of thought. Thus, he draws divine power down from the heavens into his white wand, molds it with that energy of thought, and makes it manifest on Earth (his finger pointing to the ground). This is that most ancient magic to make real whatever he imagines in his head merely by saying it aloud. ("And God said 'Let there be Light!' and there was Light").

Reflecting this is the fact that the Magician is often represented by Mercury. Mercury is the planet and god of smooth talkers and salesmen. Also clever with the sleight of hand (Mercury *was* the god of thieves!) and a medicine man - either a real doctor or someone trying to sell you snake oil.

The 4 suits before him remind us of the 4 aces, which in the Tarot symbolize the raw, undeveloped, undirected power of each suit. When the Magician appears, he reveals these to you. The tarot reader might well interpret this card as telling the querent that they will be given a vision, an idea, a magical, mental image of whatever it is they most want: the solution to a problem, an ambitious career, a love life, a job.

Wheel of Fortune Tarot Card Meaning

With Jupiter as its ruling planet, the Wheel of Fortune is all about luck and change. The wheel symbolizes completeness as well as the rise and fall of fortunes and the message that what goes around comes around. Almost every definition of this card indicates abundance, happiness, elevation, or luck; a change that just happens, and brings with it great joy.

Star Tarot Card Meaning

With Aquarius as its ruling sign, The Star is a card that looks to the future. It does not predict any immediate or powerful change, but it does predict hope and healing, even unexpected help to offer us sustenance in bleak times.

Thus, the card says that there is aid and assistance out there to help us though hard times, like organizations that offer food and shelter in the wake of a terrible flood or fire. This assistance might, to us, be a friend or counselor, an uplifting book or music, anything that appears in our life and heals our wounded spirit. More, the card tells us that we can achieve what we most want to achieve, like flood or fire victims wanting to rebuild. This future, however, won't be growing to full size overnight like Jack's Beanstalk. It will take time and we must not lose sight of it.

This may seem like cold comfort. No one wants to hear that the person they're interested is not interested in them, but will be in the future. Or that they will not succeed today, but will later on in their life. Still, it is there, a glimmer of light in the darkness. The question is, do we feel it's worth waiting for or not?

That is the question the Star makes us ask ourselves: What do we want bad enough that we will go the distance for it? The answer will tell us as much about what we are as what we could be.

http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/learn/meanings/

 

These are the basic card meaning, but without knowing this particular spread, what the positions of the cards signify, who knows what all this means?

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 Ukshep    21,538

The Tower <-- Reference to striking down of trump tower. Melania will be living at trump tower with her son. So i think this is a hint at that.

Wheel of fortune seems to also reference sacrificing a european leader?

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 Ukshep    21,538
16 minutes ago, Talon said:

These are the basic card meaning, but without knowing this particular spread, what the positions of the cards signify, who knows what all this means?

Here's something.

Cards!

The Hermit - When The Hermit appears in your Tarot reading it can suggest withdrawal for deep thought and contemplation, a time of quiet introspection to reflect and meditate in order to find the answer that lies within you.  The Hermit holds his lantern aloft to illuminate the path ahead; he shows us that we can find our way to inner truth if we follow his example with maturity and wisdom. It can suggest being prudent, taking time, and keeping your own counsel.

Magician - This is the card of transferring thoughts into action

The Star - If reversed or badly aspected, it can suggest feeling discouraged, lacking hope, unfulfilled desires or expectations, false hopes.

Associations!

The Magician > Wheel of Fortune: creating or making your own ‘luck,’ that will open new doors and opportunities.

The Hermit > The World: Success achieved slowly, over time.

The Star > Wheel of Fortune > The World: In any combination but as a straight group, can indicate a high level of success and recognition in some way (usually an event outside normal circumstances or usual experience)

The Star > The Tower: Signifies total chaos

Looking like a depiction of winning and it spiraling into total and utter chaos im afraid!

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 Redlistvet    802

With the economist, isnt it all the little pictures and symbols that need the looking into.

The hermit card show a mass of people marching with anti-ttp signs.

So isnt that what we should be looking at not the cards themselves?

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 Cryptic Mole    4,520

I've already said that 2016, 17, and 18 would be the most notable years ever in recorded history.

Both good and bad.

I've said it here and on both LOP and GLP a number of years back

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 Lucy Barnable    5,365
3 hours ago, Redlistvet said:

With the economist, isnt it all the little pictures and symbols that need the looking into.

The hermit card show a mass of people marching with anti-ttp signs.

So isnt that what we should be looking at not the cards themselves?

Yeah, I'll have to blow it up and see what I can see.
The cards themselves do have meaning I'm sure but it's the big picture we should look at.

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 Talon    716

For many years now, The Economist magazine has released their yearly 'The World In...' episodes which are said to encapsulate what the elite believe may be coming to our planet in the following year. These magazine covers have immediately become some of the most analyzed and discussed topics of conversation on the internet and within the world of 'conspiracy theory' and alternative media for their often cryptic messages and 'The World In 2017' is no different.

As we see in 'The World In 2017' cover seen above and directly below, we're once again given cryptic hints through 'tarot cards' at what the globalists believe the world may look like in 2017 though unlike the last few years, no longer do we see bright colors and smiling faces of world leaders but 'Planet Trump' and a mushroom cloud with death riding in on a pale horse.

We take a look below at each of these cards individually as well as collectively and through several different points of view from different videographers who each share with us their own interpretations and deciphering of these cards in the videos below. It's interesting that all of these cards are considered 'major arcana' cards, or, 'Trump' cards.

http://allnewspipeline.com/Death_Rides_In_On_Pale_Horse.php

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