Thanks to a heads up from a friend called Chris, it has come to the author’s attention that the Illuminati card game marketed since 1982, which is widely known for it’s predictive programming the WTC attack, also contains a COMBINED DISASTERS card, which features a Clock Tower smashing into a crowd of people.
This COMBINED DISASTERS card reads;
You may combine two Disasters on the same Place, as long as both are eligible to be used on it. Play both of the Disaster cards, as well. Pick one Disaster to be the “main” one, and follow all the instructions on the card. Add the Power (but none of the other effects) of the other Disaster.
As described in this author’s published work Breaking The Jubilee 77, 2014, published on 3rd October 2014 before the event, this second attack on 7-towers in Mecca, is in fact the ‘sister event‘ to 11th September 2001. It is thus a COMBINED DISASTER to “Add the Power of the other Disaster”, in order to bring about a New World Order using Hegelian dialectic. Even though this last instruction is linked to the dynamics of the game, and applies to the way the card game is played, the Clock Tower appears on this card. If the Mecca Clock Tower smashes into the Kaaba, we will all know what this card was for, and what it is truly implying.
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Make sure you download the author’s free 77page paper Breaking The Jubilee 77, 2014, to discover the true plans of this Gnostic Sect which is trying to bring about a New World Order (a World Government), with a new Emperor at the helm. This is a non-commercial pursuit of the author purely to spread the truth. It contains many revelations that have up until now not been published anywhere on the internet (to the author’s knowledge).
The author prays that something happens to stop this event whenever it does occur, because the human carnage is unthinkable.
Below: The 7-Towers of the Abraj-Al-Bait still under construction (Now fully complete)
Image By Fadi El Benni of Al Jazeera English [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AAerial_View_of_Abraj_Al_Bait_Under_Construction.jpg