This video published earlier this week gives a look into the world of predictive programming. To most of us, this is not a new topic, and really, most of the points in this video are things we’re already well aware of. But there are a few little pieces in here that are worth looking at.
The cover of the Economist Magazine in January 1988 is a well known piece within the “truther” community, as it calls out exactly what we’ve been talking about for years, and highlights the push to a “Global” currency and a “Global” controlling agency… if you haven’t read the article recently, I’ve put a pdf copy at the bottom of this page.
We’ve joked (joking, not joking) about The Simpsons “predicting” all sorts of global events…. but this goes a little bit deeper. In the video below, there are a couple of points that stood out immediately to me.
The “Stellar” point- showing the logo/image of the “phoenix” global currency, which just so happens to be the same logo as Stellar Crypto Currency, who’s home page advertises:
Borderless. Limitless. Powerful.
The 3 crypto currency logos used to represent the idea of block chain cryptos as a “Global Currency”, which are Dogecoin, Bitcoin and Litecoin. This is a VERY interesting choice of logos to use to represent global trading/economic currencies, as, in my opinion, they show a very clear 3 levels of “purchasing power, and “trade”. Bitcoin, as an extremely high priced coin, used for international major trade, purchasing of companies, and country level financial tools. Litecoin as the high end “personal” level coin- for high priced purchases, like houses, cars, property, etc… And the Dogecoin, for use in daily transactions and purchases.
Interesting pieces to keep in mind when we’re moving forward and seeing these vast controls being placed upon the people across the world, and the deliberate destruction of economies globally.
Is it “predictive programming”?
Or is it a case of created reality, where the future isn’t written, but is influenced by the creative force that is powered by the people? Are “they” offering up choices to be made?
Economist Magazine Cover January 1988