Posting the September newsletter, I omitted mentioning the meaning of the September pictograph. A psychic pictograph is a symbolic interpretation of what shows up psychically about a subject, in this case, September 2014.
September is about the rise of ISIS, in my interpretation. To the left of September are 3 heads, one cut off at the bottom and another one next to it, representing the two journalists ISIS recently decapitated. The question mark refers to the third journalist, who is still in captivity, represented by the third head far away. This suggests that maybe a third killing won’t happen, but if it does, would be some sort of tipping point.
The very thin green line of earth at the bottom shows the delicacy of what’s fruitful and supportive, and that the collective consciousness is preoccupied with aggressive action, conflict and uncertainty in September (red space).
On the right, the long skinny triangle represents the fast rise of ISIS, but as a power with knowledge and order (triangle), not just a killing machine. The black drops around it are what allows this phenomenon to go on: oil. We’re too in bed with it. (Please check out the discovery I mention in the September newsletter,
a new substitute for fossil fuel…innovation will someday trump greed! )
The oil is also in the shape of teardrops, the other constant around ISIS and oil. The moon shapes in the number 2014 represent the Muslim world-impacting changes.
Other world powers are already mobilizing against ISIS, with the intention of crushing it, not containing it. As they need to!
It seems so improbable, the idea of Europe being overrun by a Muslim invasion…but I have noticed for many years that there are accounts on the web of prognosticators in Europe who foresaw a Muslim invasion of Europe. Here’s an excerpt from a November 2010 article
about a Russian psychic, one who predicted that Europe would be under Muslim rule in the future, although this particular prediction is about Russia:
“Vanga said that she received her information from a “non-human” voice. She also claimed that the lives of everyone she met were set out in front of her, from start to finish “like a film.” As well as this, she declared that she had been visited by extra-terrestrials from the planet Vamfim, describing them as “beautiful and slim.”
But just as you begin to write her off as a lunatic, consider this, from the 1950s. Was she simply lucky with her forecasts?
“Cold regions will become warm…and volcanoes will awaken. A huge wave will cover a big coast covered with people and towns, and everything will disappear beneath the water.”
Despite her direct hits (researchers from the University of Sofia estimate she was accurate with 85% of her predictions), her popularity in Russia is undoubtedly partly down to her prophecy that the country will again become a great global power. Perhaps, even, the only power.
“Everything will melt, just like ice. Only one thing will remain untouched – the glory of Vladimir, the glory of Russia…No one can stop Russia,” she told a Soviet writer in the late 1970s. She didn’t specify which Vladimir – Lenin or the former KGB agent who would succeed Yeltsin – she was referring to.”