The cover of the Economist 2017

EverTW2017_Cover_FINALS.inddy year, the Economist shows their “cover for that year”. Not in December at the end of the year, but before the year starts. They suggest, to have a serious opinion about what lies ahead of us, in terms of developments in the world.

How can they do that? Either they are truly gifted, or they admit to manipulating world events beforehand. The latter is less complicated. It only requires control of politicians and secret services, who together can manipulate world events.

Yes, the Economist does this every year. And every year journalists try and interprete what is “planned for us” that year. Well, I am not wasting my time again. I do want the readers to realize, this is what they try and do.


These are tarot cards, but adjusted to include en contemporary twist.

  • The Tower.
  • Judgement.
  • The World.
  • The Hermit.
  • Death.
  • The Magician.
  • Wheel of Fortune.
  • The Star.

The Wheel of Fortune is often seen as major change. Tied to the Wheel of Fortune is President of the French National Front Marine Le Pen and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The third person holds the Dutch flag. In that case, you would expect Mark Rutte tied to the Wheel, but to me it looks like Plasterk or maybe Wilders. The card suggests a major change in power on European grounds. With the BREXIT ahead of us, this could make sense. Also, in 2017 there are elections in the Netherlands, France and Germany, in that order. So for the wheel to be correct (in terms of order in which the are tied to the wheel and change might be exected), the wheel must turn counterclockwise and feet go first. The Dutch flags suggests the wheel turns clockwise (heads first).

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13 Responses to The cover of the Economist 2017

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  2. NicoleS says:

    All the faces in the stars are children.
    Are these missing children?
    Are they the future of mankind molded in education systems?
    Have they send kids into space without us knowing?

  3. AndyDandy says:

    The Tower: Located at the Heart Chakra on the Macrocosmic Tree of life. This card, and its location represents sudden change. The church appears to have Luther’s 95 theses nailed to the door, which would make sense as Oct 31, 2017 would be the 500th anniversary of the event. Could be interpreted as the shattering of the Protestant idea (the personal relationship with the divine – really the first step to higher consciousness), and that it will wither in comparison to institutional belief in religion (the Christian group on the right), or the state (the communist group on the left). Alternatively, the human created left/right false dichotomy goes against Natural Law and the forces of Nature, and stubbornly clinging to these identities will lead to our destruction by the Higher Will.
    Judgement: Base chakra on the Macrocosmic tree of life. Typically refers to base consciousness and the material world. I can predict that a Trump presidency will heavily focus upon base desires and fears (financial security, invasion from foreigners), much in the same way his campaign did. This might even be denoting that the so-called elite have judged the Western world to be in unwavering base consciousness, because they chose this archetype to represent them.
    The World: I see this is as three institutions at the base: The state (columned building left), the church (columned building center), and the occult (pyramid). The lines denote they are interconnected and work in tandem to condition the global mind. Together, they use the tools of written word, art, and entertainment to further control the masses. The two symbols (open book, and painting) at the top are clues: the only way to rise above the conditioning of institutions and their tools are through balanced left/right brain thinking (intelligence by way of the book, and intuition/emotion by way of artistic expression). This will bring humanity to upper enlightenment and freedom. This is classic occult taunting, showing us our chains in plain sight, with clues with how to break them – for those who know the language.
    The Hermit: located at the second chakra position on the Microcosmic Tree of Life. This represents the desire to rise out of base consciousness on a path towards greater enlightenment. On the actual card, the lantern he carries contains the seal of Solomon (aka the chemical wedding; the combination of masculine sword sun and feminine chalice moon – the harmonious balance of the sacred masculine and feminine). On this card, humanity is demonstrating the desire to rise to higher consciousness, but we lack the unity (many flags protesting different things), both internally and collectively. We also lack the enlightenment (we are marching in the darkness of night) to put that desire to proper use. Nevertheless, cracks in the globalist agenda are forming (as shown and as witnessed in rising anti-globalist sentiment).
    Death: Located at the Bnah Sefirot on the Macrocosmic Tree. On the actual Tarot, Death is seen riding over a clergyman and a king, denoting that no one is spared from the inevitability of death. Interesting to note that what is dying on this card is the world (rivers have run dry, the ground is parched and black, and nuclear destruction is taking place.) Note the red sun: this could be in reference to the Season of Sacrifice (the 40 day period in spring when many false flags and ritualized sacrifice events have occurred.) Could the goddess being sacrificed next spring be “Mother Earth” herself, by way of a major environmental false flag, planned nuclear catastrophe, or insect borne epidemic?
    The Magician – The highest card positioned on the Microcosmic Tree of Life. Denoting inner transcendence, balance, and higher consciousness. I see this as the most scathing and taunting of all the cards on the spread. The Magician is blinded and distracted in a world of VR, and is utilizing his “enlightened” hand to create bland, cloned material for mass consumption. His creation is completely lacking the creative/artistic expression that would be expected from one such as The Magician. Have we been so conditioned that even in a state of higher consciousness, we will still be manipulated by illusions? Has the matrix become too powerful?
    The Wheel of Fortune: Another base consciousness card, this time on the Microcosmic Tree of Life. Denotes that the concept of politics may as well be a game of spin-the-wheel. The players who campaign for votes are bound to the materialistic wheel of fortune – they are powerless puppets. I understand this is referring to three separate European elections that are upcoming. The symbolism, however, screams that the democratic process is a rigged, cyclical exercise in futility. Our preoccupation with the theater is distracting us from the incoming storm above.
    The Star – Represents that we need to be present in both the physical and spiritual plane, and that although enlightenment can be attained, we must also use that knowledge to take action in the physical plane. I can’t make out the faces in the stars, so this one is tough. Of note, however, is that in 2014 an article indicated the likelihood of planet killing asteroid impacts will increase in 2017.
    I believe this card is making reference to this possibility, by way of the comet and the cratered surface. The only way to maintain the light of humanity (faces illumined by 8-pointed stars), is to find a way to live among the stars.


  4. AndyDandy says:

    De Nederlandse vlag is ondersteboven opgehangen, ook al lijkt dat optisch niet zo. Bij de Franse vlag lijkt het optisch ook verkeerd om opgehangen, maar dat is nu eenmaal zo bij die vlag as het wappert.

  5. AndyDandy says:



    The Star card shows a naked woman kneeling at the edge of a small pool. The woman holds two containers of water. She pours the water out to nourish the earth and to continue the cycle of fertility, represented by the lush greenery around her. The other container pours the water onto dry land in five rivulets, representing the five senses. The woman has one foot on the ground, representing her practical abilities and good common sense, and the other foot in the water, representing her intuition and inner resources, and listening to her inner voice. Behind her, shines one large star and seven smaller stars, representing your chakras. This represents a need to open your chakras and cleanse your aura. Notice all the stars have eight points. The Star is associated with the number 17, which equals 8 (1+7=8). Eight is Strength, the quality needed to accept your faults and love yourself in spite of them. The bird in the tree in the background is the sacred ibis of thought, roosting in the tree of the mind. The astrological sign of the Star is Aquarius.


    I see children faces. I see another planet. This is far away from earth. There is no water. There is no tree, no bird, grass or woman in this STAR CARD. The planet is red and dry. Are we sending kids tp MARS? So they can fertilize that planet? What else can it be? The surface has round craters of some sort, but no other resemblance to the actual Star card. The kids might represent vulnerability and purity, like the naked woman in the original card does. Instead of one large start to provide light in the darkness, we see a falling star. So only shortly there is additional light. We also see several small moons (?) next to the stars. These 10 moons (?) are positioned exactly in between the 14 stars (plus 1 falling star).

    The inspiration to create is the manifestation of HOPE that is the core energy released by The Star card. If there is a downside to all of this, it is that The Star card is a quintessentially impractical card. The idealism expressed in all of this card’s symbols is not solid enough to assist one to feed a family or earn a living. Remember that The Star is otherworldly – the concerns of this world are not arranged in the same priority. A fantastic inspiration is something that has no basis in reality.

    In the future position, The Star beckons for you to keep hope alive. You will figure out a solution to any current crisis and will soon be immersed in devising your exit strategy for maximum success.

    As the Star is combined with the HERMIT CARD, it might be difficult to inspire others and make something happening. The STAR is not a very practical card. It is an idea, that needs connection to reality in order to mae things happening. Else it remains an ideal.

    The HERMIT card here shows the world broken, so another planet woul not be a bad idea. In the HERMIT card we also see a blue sky at night, with the smaller stars/moons in the sky. There is an eclypse of the moon.

  6. AndyDandy says:

    What is on the actual card? The Tower is the 16th Trump card. The Tower is often interpreted as danger, crisis, sudden change, destruction, higher learning, and liberation. It shows a tall tower pitched atop a craggy mountain. Lightning strikes and flames burst from the building’s windows. People are seen to be leaping from the tower in desperation, wanting to flee such destruction and turmoil. The Tower signifies darkness and destruction on a physical scale, as opposed to a spiritual scale. The Tower itself represents ambitions built on false premises. The lightning bolt breaks down existing forms in order to make room for new ones. It represents a sudden, momentary glimpse of truth, a flash of inspiration that breaks down structures of ignorance and false reasoning. Notice the lightning bolt is oriented left to right (from the perspective of the card), from heaven to earth, and from Spirit to material. The falling figures correspond to the chained prisoners in the Devil card. They fall headfirst, because the sudden influx of spiritual consciousness represented by the lightning flash completely upsets all our old notions about the relations between subconsciousness and self-consciousness. The flames are actually the Hebrew yods. There are 22 flames, representing the 22 Major Arcana. The gray clouds are the clouds of misfortune that rain on everyone indiscriminately. The ruling planet of this card is Mars. Some say the card represents the fall of the tower of Babel.

    First I want to note, the cards are likely put on the table from left to right, higher cards first, below four cards put afterwards, again from left to right.

    Now the Economist Tower card.
    1) There are dark clouds on the card, so bad time for everyone.
    2) The tower is hit by lightning and split in 2, with flames and dark smoke.
    3) There is a paper pinned on the door, with text on it, what might be a reference to the reformation.
    4) Both socialism and christianity are movements of emancipation of the normal people. These movements are now in the background, but moving forward.
    5) There is a christian cross on the tower above the door, suggesting it is the system of the christian faith (church) that is hit hard, not the people holding the faith.
    6) No persons are falling down from the tower, just some stone bricks.

    Well, my conclusions are, we do not have a new pope. Only black smoke from the chimney.

    • AndyDandy says:

      The tower shows the breakdown of something that stood tall and solid (think 911). As a result, it will change the landscape drastically. Christianity, socialims and reformation all were emancipation movements, that tried to reduce the power of the established.

      It might be an attack on Rome? Note: the landscape is hilly, as is Rome. Then again, most of these cards with landscapes show hills in the landschape.

  7. AndyDandy says:

    The traditional tarot card of the world… wikipedia:
    A naked woman hovers or dances above the Earth holding a staff in each hand, surrounded by a green wreath, being watched by four creatures. In older decks, these are usually a tetramorph, a human face or head, a lion, an ox, and an eagle, the symbols of the four Evangelists. The four figures in the corners of the card are also referenced in the Book of Revelation: “And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle.” Some decks avoid the Christian symbolism, or ignore it altogether, choosing to explain these observers as representatives of the natural world, or the kingdom of beasts. In older decks, the woman in the center was not there, but instead Christ.

    The card represents what is truly desired. Perfection. Above and below. Male and Female.
    Completion. The World represents an ending to a cycle of life, a pause in life before the next big cycle begins.


    We see the world below.
    3 buildings, connected, triangles on the 3 rooftops.
    2 masks (theatre? a happy and a sad face)
    2 books (Bible? an open and a closed book)
    2 paintings (a portret and a landscape?)

    What does it represent?
    That arts are controled by the NWO? Except some writings and some paintings?

    We see images representing arts, literature and theater floating above three monuments. Two of them feature classical architecture found in Rome, Greece, Washington DC and Paris (the monument in the middle resembles the Panthéon). And the (Egyptian) pyramid (or Louvre).

    The two buildings left seem to be the Pantheom in Rome and Paris.

    • NN says:

      1 painting is standing (portret) and 1 book is open. They are not connected to the buildings and they are closer to the sun. I believe the card shows us the present situation of art and media, being influenced by the NWO system. Only some art is independent.

  8. MO says:

    Personally, I think we should spend less time decoding their language game. Who care. It is childish anyway. The only thing we need to do, is to reveal crimes committed. That way, we stop the nonsense, after all these years.

  9. AndyDandy says:


    The Judgement card shows a number of naked men, women and children rising up from their graves, arms outspread and responding to the trumpet call of the archangel, Gabriel, who hovers high above them. The people are appealing to the angel, ready to be judged by the power of the Universe. In the background, there are huge mountains, or even tidal waves, which signify insurmountable obstacles and the impossibility of avoiding judgment. The ocean represents the end of the river that flows through the Major Arcana, starting with the Empress. Gabriel’s banner is red on white, the same as the Magician’s clothing. As with everything in life, the beginning is woven irrevocably into the end and the end eventually leads to a new beginning. The planetary ruler of this card is Pluto, the ruler of the underworld.

    The EMPEROR CARD (4): The Emperor sits on a ram-adorned throne, a symbol of Mars. His long white beard bearing the symbol of “wisdom”. He holds an Ankh scepter in his right hand, and a globe, symbol of domination, in his left. The Emperor sits atop a stark, barren mountain, a sign of “sterility of regulation, and unyielding power.” He symbolizes the top of the secular hierarchy, the ultimate male ego. The Emperor is the absolute ruler of the world.


    Again a card of change. The card describes the final judgement from the revelations. So very much in line with Freemasons as well. But the 2017 card says it is de judgement card but it shows us Trump looking like the EMPEROR card, sitting on his thrown, which is the USA flag on top of the USA land on the globe. So he looks like the EMPEROR but it is the JUDGEMENT card. TRUMP looks like he has the absolute power over the world, but he has not. We see him sitting on top of the world, but it is the JUDGEMENT CARD. On the JUDGEMENT card angle Gabriel is described with a trumpet (and a white flag with a red cross). It shows the waking up the death from the see, like it said in the revelations.

    What can it mean? When some of te attacks are hoaxes, Trump might decide to expose that, by revealing the “second life” the victims have been given somewhere else on earth? Just a guess. But if he does, would that not be an odd thing to do for a Illuminati member (which of course he is). The USA flag on the card covers up Canada, so that might be where they are.

    Just an idea. Hope it happens.

    • AndyDandy says:

      NOTE: In the HERMIT card on the cover, the crack in the globe is where before Trump was sitting on the globe in the JUDGEMENT card…..

  10. AndyDandy says:

    HERMIT CARD. In tarot, is mainly is the hermit itself.

    The card shows an old man carrying a staff in one hand and a lit lantern containing a six-pointed star in the other. In the background is a wasteland. Just beyond the wasteland is a mountain range. There are two possible ways this card can be interpreted: First, the need to withdraw from society to become comfortable with himself. Second, the return from isolation to share knowledge with others. In the Vikings Tarot, the Hermit is Heimdallr living at the edge of Asgard, standing ready with Gjallarhorn watching for the signs of the coming of Ragnarok (alles vernietigend gevecht).

    CUPS 8
    This indicates changes in affections and the breaking of irrelevant links with the past – a turning away from existing relationships and objects of affection with the intent of progressing to that which is new and deeper in meaning. A change or gaining of perspective, this can indicate disillusion with the present, inaugurating the growth of greater future contentment and depth. This card usually carries the meaning of disillusionment and abandonment of things which have not been emotionally fulfilling.


    In the 2017 version of the Hermit, we see the hermit standing on a mountain overlooking a valley. There are many mountains in the back. It is night. The moon has an ecplise. Like the CUPS 8 card, He is standing on a mountain. The combination of the HERMIT and the CUPS 8 card is no coincidence. These cards are very much linked. He has an overview and insight, but stands alone. Below there are protests, among other things against TTIP, the trade deal between the USA and the EU. There are protests against it in Europe. We see the CUPS 8, but it is the HERMIT card. The HERMIT has the knowledge and with that knowledge comes power. The HERMIT can lead the way, if he is ready. The frontman in de crowd of protesters is waving to the HERMIT. The staf is a see-through staf, not just a thin long staf.

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