The Economist’s “The World in 2019” is Full of Cryptic Messages

Economist 2019

A look at the cryptic symbolism found on the cover of the Economist’s “The World in 2019” which includes the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. What are they trying to tell us?

Vigilant Citizen – Vigilant Citizen Dec 20, 2018

Every December, the reputed magazine The Economist publishes a special edition that predicts the trends and the events of the year to come. And every time, the cover of these editions is an elaborate collection of images referring to various people and concepts. While the meaning of some of these images is obvious, others appear to be coded for “those in the know”. This year’s edition is no exception. In fact, it is more cryptic than ever.
Why would anybody spend time deciphering these covers? Because The Economist isn’t just any publication – it is directly connected with the world’s elite. It is partly owned by the Rothschild banking family of England and its editor-in-chief, John Micklethwait, has attended the Bilderberg Conference several times. In short, the leadership at The Economist has inside knowledge of the elite’s agenda, and they do their best to promote it.
This 1988 cover of The Economist called for the creation of a world currency called the Phoenix – one of the occult elite’s favorite symbols. The bird stands on a pile of burning national currencies.

This 1988 cover of The Economist called for the creation of a world currency called the Phoenix – one of the occult elite’s favorite symbols. The bird stands on a pile of burning national currencies.

This 1988 cover of The Economist called for the creation of a world currency called the Phoenix – one of the occult elite’s favorite symbols. The bird stands on a pile of burning national currencies.
As seen in my articles about the 2015 and 2017 editions of The Economist, these covers are often replete with occult elite symbolism, mixed with subtle messages about the many ways the elite controls the masses. The 2019 edition is more blatant than ever.

The World in 2019

The Economist cover: The World in 2019. Click to enlarge

The Economist cover: The World in 2019. Click to enlarge

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