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Were the Paris Attacks Predicted on the January Cover of The Economist?

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Source: The Vigilant Citizen

The Economist released in January a cryptic cover entitled “The World in 2015” which featured several enigmatic images. Did it predict both terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015?

In the wake of the horrifying Paris attacks which cost the lives of (at least) 150 innocent people, a specific cover of The Economist immediately came to mind.

On January 8th 2015, I published an article entitled The Economist 2015 Cover is Filled With Cryptic Symbols and Dire Predictions, which analyzed its many messages. Indeed, the magazine cover dubbed “The World in 2015” contained several strange and sinister images which appeared to announce a violent year. Considering the fact the The Economist is partly owned by the Rothschild banking family of England and its editor-in-chief, John Micklethwait, attends Bilderberg Conferences, one should take heed of warnings issued by those who can make them a reality.

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For a detailed analysis of this cover, read this article.

Probably the most enigmatic part of the cover is the bottom right where we see two arrows with mysterious numbers, a pile of dirt and an old painting.

A closeup of the bottom right of the cover.A closeup of the bottom right of the cover.

Looking back at what happened this year, this portion of the cover becomes rather troubling. It is a little too prophetic.

First, the painting next to the arrows is Leonardo Da Vinci’s La Belle Ferronière. That painting is currently located in the Louvre, in Paris.

Second, the numbers on the two arrows are 11.5 and 11.3. The two Paris terror attacks of 2015 occurred on 1/5/15 (Charlie Hebdo) and 11/13/15. The digits on the arrows can therefore be rearranged to make up both dates. If one wants to go further into Kabbalistic numerology, both dates add up to the number 12 (1+5+1+5 and 1+1+1+3+1+5).

Both attacks were claimed by Islamic terror groups: Al Qaeda and ISIS. The Economist cover features an Isis-type man holding a rifle.

Most Parisian casualties were caused by Kalachinkov rifles. The terrorist is surrounded with blood splatter.Most Parisian casualties were caused by Kalashnikov rifles. The terrorist is surrounded with what looks like blood splatter.

The cover also features French President President François Hollande … looking the other way.

As I stated in my article ISIS : A CIA Creation to Justify War Abroad and Repression at Home, I have little doubt that ISIS is used as a tool to further the occult elite’s Agenda including : Invading Syria and  justifying draconian surveillance measures and police-state tactics in the West.

Let’s look back at the concrete effects of ISIS this year.

  1. Justified the invasion of Syria, finally destroying its status as a regional force
  2. Accelerated the mass exodus of Syrians towards the West
  3. Opened the floodgates of Syrian refugees around the Western World (boosted by the image of a dead boy).
  4. Caused widespread panic in the Western world with Paris terror attack justifying tighter monitoring and police state tactics.

The news are already reporting that one of the Paris terrorist had a Syrian passport on him and that Hollande is considering the attacks as an act of war.

In short, after guilting the world in accepting thousands of Syrian refugees around the world, an attack causes fear, hate and distrust towards Syrians and Muslims in these very countries. Things are about to get complicated.

But, why would “they” purposely do such a horrific thing to so many innocent people? Well, their motto is Ordo Ab Chao … Order out of chaos.

RELATED POSTS:
The Economist 2015 Cover is Filled With Cryptic Symbols and Dire Predictions
Attack in Paris – State Sponsored Terror, But Which State?

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