Posted by: boomerangcomesback | January 16, 2015

Rothschild’s-Owned Publication “The Economist” Flashes Cryptic Cover Illustration for 2015

“The Economist 2015 Cover is Filled With Cryptic Occult Symbols and Dire Predictions”

The Vatic Master takes a stab at breaking down and interpreting the odd cover illustration on the Rothschild’s-owned publication The Economist.  See her interpretation and close-ups of certain aspects of the illustration at — .  

Looking forward to Puddy’s deciphering and predictions bouncing off of this cryptic and perhaps “prophetic” cover illustration.  We can imagine that this isn’t just “art” or happenstance, but a description of a “World View” held by the corrupt and criminal 1%.

Cover of 2015 Rothchild-Owned publication "The Economist"

Cover of 2015 Rothschild-Owned publication “The Economist”



“Before you can unfuck the world, you have to unfuck yourself and then lead by example. Start by questioning everything, especially yourself”.  5 Steps to unfucking the World:

“Imagination creates new realities”.  “There are those who believe life is a museum. You walk through the rooms, find one painting, stroll into it and take up permanent residence. But the museum is endless. If you were a painter, you’d never decide to live inside one of your canvases forever. You’d keep on painting”.  “With imagination, one can solve a problem. More importantly, one can skip ahead of the problem and render it null and void”. 

“Power beyond mind control” by Jon Rappoport January 15, 2015

Please do yourself a favor and read the short piece at



  1. So who is going to decode this? Anyone want to take a crack at the turtle?

  2. “With imagination, one can solve a problem. More importantly, one can skip ahead of the problem and render it null and void.”

    Instinct the seed of knowledge. The knowledge grows when we nurture it, Imagination is like the rain, we need to spread it over the land and harvest the fruits. They represent the truth.

  3. For sure, regarding your comments on “imagination”.

    I don’t know why more people don’t comment on stuff like this, or for that matter, a great many of the posts here? Perhaps they have no imagination? Perhaps their computer skills are stuck on “barely able to type”. I don’t get it? Considering that very few people have any voice whatsoever in the world and how it rolls, one might think a blog is a safe venue to at least discuss and mull some concepts over with fellow human beings.

    I know all the readers here can’t have fabulous jobs, and are just too damn busy to give a whit. They obviously do, or they would not read here. But, to me, its like being a muted sheep if you’re not going to offer any input on what you are learning and thinking…

    As far as I’m concerned blogging is one way to sharpen one’s critical thinking and communication skills. Skills that are in short supply throughout the populations evidently.

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