This interpretation comes from a Tarot practitioner of 25 years. The first half of the video deals with the Economist cover, while the latter half is Veroosh doing a separate reading and making predictions for 2017. Check my comments below and go take a look at my own decoding in the following post:
YT description: The Economist 2017 Magazine Cover Decoded by a REAL Tarot Card Reader WITH REAL 2017 WORLD READING 3 Cards are in the EXACT SAME POSITION
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Title: 2017 Economist Cover Decoded REAL Tarot Card Reader W/ WORLD PREDICTION – 3 CARDS THE SAME! (YT link) Uploaded by Veroosh Tarot.
2017 Economist Magazine Cover Analyzed by Veroosh – (2016) 3 stars
Run time: 45 minutes. This reading was performed by a proficient Tarot reader. This practitioner has a good knowledge of economics and political science…
(Watches video. When the Economist segment is over, taps fingers for five minutes.)
So, I watched this video with the intention of gaining insight into how the Tarot works, from a person who practices using the cards regularly.
(Rant building up.)
Let me say this. I don’t claim to be an expert at something when I’m not. If I tackle a new subject, like say when I learned about Tarot, I basically jump into the swimming pool so I can immerse myself fully. To help me solidify the idea of Tarot in my head, I wrote a fiction novel around the concept. I went through the meanings of many of the cards and some of the basic spreads, like one card a day, two cards a day, etc. My characters would do readings and interpretations. As an exercise, I did real readings and fictionalized them into my story, just like a fortuneteller would adapt their reading for their paying client. I still do not consider myself proficient at reading the cards, but…
What the hell kind of reading is this? This is like the Cartoon Network of Tarot! This is the Twitter version! If this is what proficient card readers are doing, then I might as well go buy me a deck of cards and take up a new vocation.
Okay, so I will give a little leeway here, when it comes to how Veroosh interpreted the card for The Hermit. She sees the hermit looking over the crowd of protesters and across to the waning moon. That can be seen as a sign that I did not catch in the reading I did previously. However, the deciphering for the Death card and for the Magician card are entirely incorrect. The death card is Winter going into Spring, it is cyclical and signifies the end of one thing leading to the birth of the next. The Magician is the person who tricks the Fool (you and me, basically), into following certain paths that may or may not be good in the end. There was no interpretation for The Star card!
Veroosh gave her conclusion that these cards were chosen as a joke and that they shouldn’t be taken seriously. Wow. Really? These are the mover and shakers of the global financial system, who always work in code so the dumb masses won’t easily figure out what they’re up to, and we’re supposed to take this as silly humor? Everything in these cards is symbolic of something much greater and more profound.
You can make the argument that the Economist doesn’t have a clue of what they’re doing, that they ‘meant this as a joke,’ but that doesn’t wash. People pay attention to what periodicals like the Economist are saying, people who look for trends to take advantage of them for their own profit. These are games the Elite play, with financial institutions, nations and the people of those nations benefiting or suffering from their plans, the decisions and the implementation of those decisions, whether done voluntarily or by force. You might as well say that the CFR, the Bilderbergers, the Trilateral Commission and other clandestine, high level associations are all having a good, silly laugh at our expense and they really see us all as equal human beings.
(Watches rest of video before stack is blown.)
Veroosh’s reading for 2017, aside from what she did for the Economist cover, is indeed very positive. I think what we’re seeing here is the wave of good energy that has been building up to counter the black cloud that has been saturating the United States increasingly since Bush Sr. was in office. Trump is not going to be the agent of change that people hope he is, but instead the positive wave is going to flow around him in a way that would not have been possible with the Hildabeast in charge. I’m not going to knock this reading in any way. This is fine. This will help the collective get up off the ground, stand up and wipe the dust of their clothes, and start the march forward again.
You will note that her 2017 reading was based on the generally accepted meanings of the cards, unlike in the Economist segment that had all sorts of occult symbolism embedded in the imagery on top of the general meaning, of which she caught very little. So, while Veroosh didn’t do so good with Illuminati / Powers That Be symbolism, I think she did pretty good with the occult Tarot and metaphysical aspects in the latter half of the video.