We’ve been showing in several recent posts how there was a good chance that April 24th would be an important day in the continuing saga in the opera of Don Giovanni Trump. I’m conflating the two characters: Mozart’s mandolin strumming rogue of Seville and the Presidential Pied Piper of Manhattan because they’re both seducers, one of women and the other of women and nations. Furthermore, Don Trump-ovanni claimed to be a great friend of Luciano Pavarotti, the late renowned tenor, who recorded the song from the opera “La Ci Darem La Mano” along with with Sheryl Crow back in 1996. We’ll get into how the apparent gaff by Trump, in light of the fact Pavarotti died ten years ago in 2007, may actually be some type of coded propaganda, which Trump seems to revel in like no president before him.
Anyways, once again gematria and numerology help us to make sense of the slant, as it pertains to the needlessly looming world war that Trump, the media, and Old Man Rothschild are all playing their part in helping to bring about. When I say Old Man Rothschild, I’m really talking about all of these New World Order internationalist types. Rothschild’s globalist propaganda rag, The Economist is the main publication for issuing the world oligarchy’s viewpoint to the world. If we go back to the special edition Economist 2017 “Planet Trump,” there’s a few more connections we can bring together.
Back in late 2016 when this image was “leaked,” the North Korean problem was still in the background. That’s the way it’s shown in this mash-up with Kim Jong Un trying to figure out what to do with the nuclear shrimp, he’s holding. On one level, it’s ridiculing Kim for being a shrimp in a big pond, with big fish El Hefe Don Trump. But hold on, there’s a SALE banner with Chinese pontoons and flags. Could it mean that China is set to sell off its US Treasury bonds and call in their loans, once things get poppin’ later on this year? The Chinese could use any number of excuses to fall back on, if that truly is what’s in the works. It would also give the bankers the geopolitical cover they need to collapse the entire system. It’s certainly a logical outcome, considering the present context. Better yet for the banksters, it takes them out of the loop of culpability, at least from the public’s point of view.
There’s a lot of cryptic and frankly, sick symbolism in this collage. The people behind The Economist seem to be psychopathic tricksters, who love to put these riddles before our eyes. Whatever happens, one can rest assure that it’s been planned well in advance. As Old Joe Kennedy said, “There are no accidents in politics.”
Furthermore, we have to remember the famous admission of J.P. Morgan, “Millionaires don’t need astrologers, billionaires do.” From what we’re finding out, astrology seems to be the least of it.
The Collapse of the Azure Window: An Emblematic Event on a Symbolic Day
Now that we’re back within the context of things, Kim Jong Un’s “nuclear shrimp” on The Economist 2017 cover has several layers of meaning. From gematria we learn,
Shrimp = 38 ER / 83 EO
Evil Eye = 38 ER / 83 EO
Collapse = 38 -S EX / 83 EO
Shrimp Boy = 53 ER | North Korea = 53 ER | Radioactive = 53 ER
For good measure, Religion = 53 ER | Oligarchy = 53 ER Plus, the Korean War ended in the year 1953. If a picture tells a thousand words, a mash-up tells even more sometimes.