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Coincidence or planned? Illuminati card game predicted Japan's Earthquake watch

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    (Original post by U.S Lecce)
    :facepalm: :facepalm2:
    link or gtfo
    I guess you were lying then.
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    These cards put Yu gi Oh to shame...
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    (Original post by LeeC)
    It's the wrong colour. How many clocks towers look like that anyway? Hundreds all over the world I expect.

    Surely they could have got the colour right if it was a true prediction?
    You'd think wouldnt you.

    They can supposedly predict 2 terrorist attack, and a massive earthquake.
    But they cant even predict the colour of a ****ing clock tower.

    And OP is just cool with that?? No problem with that aatttt allll....
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    (Original post by darknessbehold)
    You are forgetting scepticism and denial is the greatest weapon the Illuminati can have. The fact you deny their existence (along with the majority) is proof that they are a clever organisation which will never truly be uncovered no matter what the conspiracy theorists do.
    If I told you there was a a secret race of aliens that were controlling the illuminati, and then you denied it existed, and then I said that because you deny their existence, that is proof they they exist, would it make much sense to you?
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    :facepalm: So the powerful new world order and secret government can control plate tectonics
    If they couldn't, why would they hand us out clues in packs of playing cards? :ninja:
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    (Original post by aliluvschoc)
    Personally, I think this card shows the true nature of predictions. We see what we want to see, find details that fit and ignore all others.

    The man to the left definitely looks black to me. The Asian/white woman in green could look like either, depending on what you wish to see. The woman to the right could even be African in the right setting or Asian of some form. The man in the blue shirt could be all manner of things.

    Be that as it may, earthquakes happen regularly in Asian countries so the card would make the most sense as having an Asian setting. They could have picked somewhere like California of course, but with the other American-based cards they probably wanted to choose some variety.
    Why California? The card was obviously predicting Japan as the tower no doubt shows. Is there a tower in California matching that towers' description? I don't believe that there is. So that card was obviously depicting Japan, or some other Asian country, as the location for the disaster. I think the tower is telling us exactly were the disaster is to be struck. Japan. Not California.
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    (Original post by darknessbehold)
    link or gtfo
    I guess you were lying then.
    Please stop you are embarrassing yourself.
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    (Original post by Sendaii)
    Got any evidence of that?
    (Original post by Martyn*)
    I think I read it on a number of blogs which I came across a while ago:

    http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/2...-by-haarp.html

    http://beyondthecurtain.wordpress.com/2011/03/11/13829/


    mmmmmhmmm, because random blogs on the internet = evidence.
    Have you been to above top secret? There are old threads saying the world was going to end last week, week before that, year before that ect.... All are just as trust worthy as your evidence.

    Not to mention the average joe wouldnt have a bloody clue.
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    (Original post by darknessbehold)
    link or gtfo
    I guess you were lying then.
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    I was in a big thread about this before. look on my profile for it, or if anyone wants to chat stuff or ask me stuff PM me
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    (Original post by Martyn*)
    Why California? The card was obviously predicting Japan as the tower no doubt shows. Is there a tower in California matching that towers' description? I don't believe that there is. So that card was obviously depicting Japan, or some other Asian country, as the location for the disaster. I think the tower is telling us exactly were the disaster is to be struck. Japan. Not California.
    Yes, that's exactly what I just said. :facepalm:


    I said they could have picked an area like California or other quake-prone areas to base this card, but they chose an Asian country instead, illustrating it with the clock tower. I also said that this may have just been due to the deck having numerous other American based cards, and them wanting variety.

    I personally don't think this was a prediction, but just chance.
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    I bet they used Daniel Ocean to cause the earthquake, like he did in Las Vegas to rob the casino
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    (Original post by lonelykatana)
    mmmmmhmmm, because random blogs on the internet = evidence.
    Have you been to above top secret? There are old threads saying the world was going to end last week, week before that, year before that ect.... All are just as trust worthy as your evidence.

    Not to mention the average joe wouldnt have a bloody clue.
    What does "random" mean in the context you are using it?

    I have visited the site on two or three occassions. And just because a few people make some bad predications, it does not mean the rest have predicted badly as well. Saying that, I don't believe in future end-time predictions or predictions of world conflagrations. I do believe that short-term events can be predicted, not necessarily perfectly or accurately, but I think that sometimes they amazingly can be predicted. There is such a thing as intuition.
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    (Original post by aliluvschoc)
    Yes, that's exactly what I just said. :facepalm:


    I said they could have picked an area like California or other quake-prone areas to base this card, but they chose an Asian country instead, illustrating it with the clock tower. I also said that this may have just been due to the deck having numerous other American based cards, and them wanting variety.

    I personally don't think this was a prediction, but just chance.
    Yes. Sorry. It's that huge smiley face of yours gliding across the page.
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    (Original post by Martyn*)
    What does "random" mean in the context you are using it?

    I have visited the site on two or three occassions. And just because a few people make some bad predications, it does not mean the rest have predicted badly as well. Saying that, I don't believe in future end-time predictions or predictions of world conflagrations. I do believe that short-term events can be predicted, not necessarily perfectly or accurately, but I think that sometimes they amazingly can be predicted. There is such a thing as intuition.
    Are you going to answer my question or not?
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    (Original post by Martyn*)
    Yes. Sorry. It's that huge smiley face of yours gliding across the page.
    I'm also rather transfixed at the whole snake-child scene in your own sig.
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    (Original post by darknessbehold)
    Have a proper read before commenting please.

    A card game set about the so called "illuminati" was made in 1995. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illuminati_(game)
    I myself was very skeptic about the illuminati and the NWO until a couple of cards I happen to come across literally gave me goosebumps.




    This is the "Earthquake" card from the game. Notice the Clock tower and its shape.
    No its not Big Ben as Big Ben looks like this:





    It is infact the Wako Clocktower at Ginza, Tokyo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wako_(retailer)





    Now before you say this could be inspired from the Kobe Earthquake in 1995 well I'd hate to burst your bubble but the earthquake took place no where near Tokyo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Hanshin_earthquake

    Still Skeptic?
    Then how about another card which supposedly predicts 9/11 six years before it happened:





    Coincidence? Or mere calculated plans for future events?
    People believe whatever they are told...

    If people think politics/wars/events are just as they seem at the surface, then what fools they are.

    Many top politicians are possibly puppets to hidden people
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    The difference between a prophet and a lunatic is how lucky they got with their predictions.
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    In any case, there was always going to be a huge earthquake in Japan at some point. On one of the BBC interviews with survivors, they said themselves they had been expecting a big one for a while now.

    It makes perfect sense for them to have made a card about a disaster the world pretty much knew was an inevitable, in their card game based on disasters and conspiracies.

    The interesting point of that card is the two-factor thing. Though they make no mention of a tsunami...
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    I don't think it's a coincidence. But I don't think it's intentional either.

    It's not uncommon for people to have premonitions and for meaningless artwork to manifest into reality in the future. I think it's just fate.
 
 
 
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