An Illuminati card game which predicted the death of Princess Diana, 9/11 and the B.P oil spill has also predicted the assassination of Donald trump. The game, which has stirred many Conspiracy theories, has been so accurate that many people are starting to take it seriously.
The DailyStar reports: It looks almost certain that Trump will win the keys to the White House, but this horrifying game has predicted he won’t get anywhere near it.
Conspiracy theorists believe the game may have depicted future events before they happened with terrifying accuracy.
Steve Jackson’s Illuminati: The Game of Conspiracy was released in 1995, well before many of the shocking moments it predicts.
But with the billionaire tycoon steaming his way towards the White House, this creepy game appears to predict that he will not see election day on November 8.
The card, titled Enough is Enough, is thought to hold an image similar to an angry-looking Trump, 70, taken in 2011.
It reads: “At any time, at any place, our snipers can drop you…have a nice day.”
Many see this as a direct reference to an assassination of the person on the card.An alleged assassination attempt has already failed on the wouldbe president.
Michael Sandford, 20, is accused of trying to grab a police officer’s gun to shoot Mr Trump at a campaign rally in Las Vegas.
And a terrifying radio broadcast previously predicted the man’s assassination.
Donald Trump has certainly ruffled a few feathers and insulted many of his opponents making this card all the more believable.
People clearly have some dark desires to hurt The Donald, as a grim Trump surgeon simulator game shows
Released as a challenging role playing pursuit for people aged 12 and above, players take the role of a secret society and draw cards as they plot world domination.
All this seems fairly innocent, until you consider the predictions the cards make.
On that attack two passenger jets smashed into the Twin Towers.
The card depicts fire ripping through one of two buildings, with the suggestionthat it will collapse.
The card has an artist’s interpretation of the princess in a tiara surrounded by flashing cameras from the press.
Weirdly the description underneath says that she is “immune to attacks by your rivals’ Peaceful or Liberal groups…except for the media”.
Although it does not make a direct reference to her death, it does seem to allude to claims that the French press chasing her vehicle led to her untimely demise.
The card named “Oil Spill” shows a bird covered in thick black oil, which is oddly similar to the images of wildlife from the time of the ecological disaster.
Conspiracy theorists believe the game was launched by a real-life secret society who are plotting global agenda.
The idea that the Illuminati are co-ordinating the world’s destiny has been the main focal point for the majority of conspiracy theorists.
Source : nnettle.com