Cabal casts Laurie Garrett author of “The Coming Plague,” as a prophet of doom in the mold of Cassandra of Troy, by the numbers|25

Laurie Garrett is the author of the 1994 book The Coming Plague which was published 26 years ago. Now she’s back with a vengeance in her new role, compliments of Cabal Casting. She’s being hailed as a modern-day Cassandra of Troy, the prophetess of doom whose omens no one would heed.

Cassandra before the flames of Troy, a catastrophe she warned of many times.

26 years is a most fitting span of time in Garrett’s new role.

Garrett’s name has something else to tell us through the lens of gematria.

Since Garrett’s specialty is reporting on pandemics, it’s also fitting that “pandemic” also shares 65 gematria .

Laurie Garrett also expresses worry of “collective rage” directed toward the uber-rich in this propaganda piece.

The original source of the New York Times has Garrett’s phrase “collective rage” set off in quotes, is often an indicator of gematria encoding.

More ominously, on May 4, Garrett helped to roll out the next phase of the plan-demic, which falls in line with the Event 201 simulation of a resurgence of pestilence after a false calm in the rural states of the South and Midwest. Below are two screen shots of Garrett doing her job for the Cabal on PBS News Hour.

Laurie Garrett is one of the most recognizable names when it comes to infectious diseases. As Frank Bruni continues below.

A scene from “Contagion,” a 2011 film that Laurie Garrett provided consultation for. Her “predictions” are eerily similar to her forecast of “explosive growth” of Covid-19 in 2020.

Those last two credits tell us what we really should know about Laurie Garrett. In 2004, she was rewarded with a senior fellowship from the Council of Foreign Relations, presumably for spreading the propaganda of pestilence so successfully. She was also a consultant for Contagion, a 2011 film that many see as being rife with predictive programming.

The Council on Foreign Relations is a prime example of how power is wielded in the USA, and consequently the world. As Hillary Clinton admitted from the CFR’s own podium while commending the council’s new “outpost” in DC, and the familiarity of the “mother ship” at 58 East 68th Street in New York, she said, “Now I won’t have to walk as far to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future. ” Hillary is, of course, a member of the CFR, herself.

While Garrett’s senior fellow status in the CFR was temporary, the corona virus outbreak is providing her with ample opportunities to showcase the CFR’s depopulation agenda on the news show circuit.

Henry Kissinger summed up it in his infamous statement,  “depopulation should be the highest priority of U.S. foreign policy towards the Third World.” The only thing to add is that since the days of Nixon, the Third World has given the CFR valuable experience they seem to be putting to good use in 2020 America.

On PBS and CNN, Garrett has been emphasizing that it will be “thirty-six months,” before the world comes out of the current plague, “best case scenario.” That’s an interesting way of putting it, instead of just saying “three years.” However, gematria and occult symbolism provide an explanation for Garrett’s choice of words. Covid-19 equals both 36 and 63 in gematria.

With the CFR in her background, it’s appropriate to consider the biblical symbolism of 36. On both the visual and auditory levels, 36 looks and sounds like “three six,” for 666. Not only that, 666 is the 36th triangular number. (1+2+3+4+5+6 … 35+36 = 666)

The logo of the CFR provides insight to their mission of depopulation. Keep in mind that the CFR is headquartered at 58 East 68th Street in New York.

The white horse on a black background evokes the imagery found in Revelation 6:8, which links with the address of the CFR’s headquarters on 68th street. The King James version reads,

And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.

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