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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

11/13/15 Paris Attacks Predicted on the January Cover of The Economist

The recent Paris attacks that took place last November 13, 2015 is still being talked about by the world. In fact, the global issue is getting massive as people and nation involved on the said terror attack have already aired their sides. But how would you feel if all of this chaos were all planted by a powerful and influential society? One startling discovery that could make us all question the REAL agenda of the said attack could be seen from a magazine cover that was released last January. "The Economist" released in January a seemingly cryptic cover entitled “The World in 2015” which featured several enigmatic images. Did the cover already predicted the highly talked about terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015? The said title would give you some eerie feeling, wait until you see the said cover and be ready to get blown away with what is the meaning of the said cover.

The lower right side of the magazine cover features cryptic symbols that could totally make sense today. On the cover. there’s a pile of dirt on the ground and two arrows on which are inscribed 11.5 and 11.3. Anyoner could think that those numbers could be dates to remember. Let me remind you that the attack took place in Paris on 11/13/15. Let's now rearrange those numbers in the arrows. 11.3 + 11.5 = 11/13/15, there you have it.

Vigilantcitizen explains and gives light to the January cover of The Economist:

In the wake of the horrifying Paris attacks which cost the lives of (at least) 120 innocent people, a specific cover of The Economist immediately came to mind.
Probably the most enigmatic part of the cover is the bottom right where we see two arrows with mysterious numbers, a pile of dirt and an old painting. Looking back at what happened this year, this portion of the cover becomes rather troubling. It is a little too prophetic. 
First, the painting next to the arrows is Leonardo Da Vinci’s La Belle Ferronière. That painting is currently located in the Louvre, in Paris.
Second, the numbers on the two arrows are 11.5 and 11.3The Paris attacks occurred 11/13/15. The digits on the arrows can therefore be rearranged to make up the date. The attack was claimed by ISIS. The Economist cover features an ISIS member holding a rifle. The cover also features French President François Hollande … looking the other way.

The media are already reporting that a discovered Paris terrorists had a Syrian passport on him and that Holland is considering the attacks as an act of war. To make it short, after guilting Western countries into accepting thousands of Syrian refugees, an Islamist attack was planned to obviously cause fear, hatred and distrust towards Muslims in those very countries. Are we really delving through the darkest time of our lives? Your guess is as good as mine.

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