Posted by Author H. Michael Sweeney
Predictive programming is not limited to art and media. Even the flags of nations… and especially of ideologies and religions, can employ it. Doing so, they predictively point to the flag of the One-World Government, it seems… which predicts what that government will be.
In a previous article, I talked rather a lot about predictive programming, and how fiction can follow real life events, or real life can follow in fiction’s example. That, it was revealed, is something the intelligence community, Deep State, and the New World Order care about, deeply… using it to condition us to future change one subtle thought at a time. It is, simply put, just another form of mind control, but much more covert and psychologically clever than outright disinformation and fake news. Much of what we see and hear in media, be it mainstream or social networks, seems to be predictive programming, though not usually understood until after the future fact. Ask Q, about that… a perfect reflection of the method.
The same is true in art, a strong conveyer of deep subconscious thought; sometimes, art portrays things to come, and it can certainly portray things already done. This post examines how flags, banners, and logos can a form of artistic visual expression of national identity, and become a symbolism far more telling than we realize… something I was not aware of until I saw a flag which proved to be a kind of visual Rosetta Stone… a rosetta flag. And it tells of the future… at least someone’s idea of it. And, it was revealed in what certainly seems a predictive programming manner… portending things to come.
I’m talking about the New World Order… the Flag of the One World Government. It tells us very much about what the government will be like, and who will be its leaders, and peoples. And, it perfectly matches with Bible prophecy, too… at least by some accounts. It is both a red and a blue pill, in one. And, this realization led to other examples of flags as predictive programming of other future flags, all of which point to the same end result; a NWO global flag.
Let us begin by taking a look at three different types of flags and their visual symbolism; those of Islamic theocracies, those of Communist nations, and those of the United Nations. Each of these three sets has many varieties of flags, not all of which are necessarily national flags — but in some cases, more like banners or logos of a given agency, branch, or project fostered by the parent entity. All are based on flag art, more or less. If we choose carefully and note their creation dates, we start to see a pattern emerge, a kind of predictive roadmap which the Rosetta will make easier to recognize and follow into what comes next.
These older flags predict the Rosetta, and in some cases, one another, as well… and likewise in turn, predicts much more. Predictive programming has been blowing in the very wind on flag poles all this time, and we saw it not. When you consider that national flags are everywhere, they cannot be escaped or ignored, and the programming seeps in.
The basic element of the Islamic flag is usually the crescent, with or without a star captured by the circle implied by the crescent. The original use on flags with clear certainty is traced back to the time of the Crusades, but before that, the Sumerians were quite fond of the symbol and it adorned their banners, as well. To them, the crescent represented the Moon God, Sin (imagine that), and the star, the Goddess, Ishtar, as identified in the planet, Venus. Sin was also described as “Lord of Wisdom,” and “Illumination,” which sounds rather a lot like Satan. Ishtar was the God of War and wanton Sex (sex and violence).
Note: It was in the lands of the Sumerian Empire (now Iran) where the drug-sex-murder cult, the Assassins, originated. They were a deviant cult of the Shia (Shiites) branch of Islam (as is ISIS, which shares many of the same traits as Assassins). They first came into historical view just prior to the Crusades, and were a significant factor in the Crusades, first as deadly enemy, and later, as co-opters of the Knights Templars, introducing them to many of their Satanic practices. The Templars had come to respect their murderous skills and wanted to learn them, for themselves, including ritual sexual abuse of children, in order to create controllable minions; the basis for modern Manchurian Candidate-like assassins run by intelligence agencies and others. CIA’s programs are better known by the project terms MK-Ultra, Monarch, and Artichoke, and victims are called Monarchs.
The Ottoman Empire flew either one or three crescents on their various battle flags, as early as 1379. In many cases the crescent for modern Islamic theocracies is tipped at an angle, usually upwards, the way the crescent Moon tends to appear when waning. Sometimes, though rare, it tips downward, as in a forming crescent. Some are pointed directly upward (rare). While most have one star or no star, some have more, and they might be external of the crescent, or within it.
The stars are usually five-pointed, but many are starburst or asterisk-like spikes. All these visual elements point to pre Islam religious beliefs: where Christianity is often accused of pagan origins in its symbolism, Islam can be accused of Satanic symbolism based upon Sin and Ishtar. Coming forward in time, additional symbolism has been adopted (some common outside of Islam), and varies from nation to nation. But the true origin is undeniable, where the crescent variants are employed.
Another common element of many flags around the World, is the wreath, sometimes called a laurel. The wreath represents Wheat, and the abundance of life; the harvest, and fertility. As a laurel, it represents authority, honor, and power. Two sheaths are usually arrayed to form a crescent, oddly enough. That is not likely coincidental, because the first uses of the wreath were by early empires like Rome, which also worshiped the Goddess of Venus. We see the wreath in all three of our groups, as well… best known to most of us in the United Nations flag/logo.
Note: The lone star in the Soviet banner and their national flag represents the Communist party. The hammer and sickle represent the urban and agricultural workers in unity… this banner being the base reflection of their national emblem.
So how is it that three completely different ideologies can be so similar in flag design? Well, one can argue with viable logic that the commonality of their symbolic meaning is useful to any ideology, and thus we should not be surprised. But is that really the answer? Consider this banner also in use by the Russians, which evolves from their Coat of Arms, shown below. IT PREDATES the United Nations… predicts it, if you will. In fact, the U.N. wreath is identical to that of the Soviet’s. The Globe is slightly different in rotation and relationship, but the U.N. essentially uses the same logo, sans star.
The Soviet version depicts control of the World through Russian productivity and ideology, overseen by the Communist Party of the USSR. What does that imply or tell you about the U.N. logo, and agenda? But wait. There are two more banner/logos to consider (below), also with some interesting similarities, things which we will find predictive, as well. The one on the left is the Communist Party of Great Britain, which was also founded (1920) well before the United Nations (1945), which many decades later, created the logo shown at right.
The key element, here, aside from the similar use of wreath and globe elements, is the primary element of the dove, highly stylized in the Communist logo to parrot the sickle. Both have Wheat sheaths, both have the same style of globe, and both have the Dove. But the U.N. version also has an additional crescent, in absence of forming one from two sheaths, while the Communists added three stars. That will prove interesting.
There is a third pair to consider as lead in to explaining why. Compare the three stars in the Communist banner, above, with the two ‘flags’, below. The red one is apparently one Spanish conservatives interpretation of how the future UN looks, to his eyes, considering the UN’s Agenda 2030 Plan for establishing a communist-like global governance by the year 2030. That image exists in only one place, his blog page.
Now, in Britain, the three stars above (communist flag) are not explained, but likely represent Ireland, Scotland, and Britain, herself. The stars are more meaningful in the Spanish logo, below, but that must be put off, for the moment. First, let’s talk about the blue one, and its three stars…
The above ‘U.N.’ logo appears in the futuristic TV sci-fi serial, The Expanse. Yes, it is fictional, but remember, we are talking about art predictively depicting the future as a valid phenomenon. The trick, or course, being that it is almost impossible to divine just when such is the case, until after the fact. But just bear with me, here: in The Expanse, the Seat of Power of the United Nations exists on the Moon, but it rules not as a one-world government, but over all human presence on Earth, Mars, and an alliance of outer planets. Hence, the three stars.
There is one last flag to consider, that of the Red Chinese. Then comes Rosetta, and understanding they Spanish UN flag’s three stars upon a field of red, more fully.
China’s flag symbols consist only of stars, four of which are arranged in a crescent, and a fifth positioned much like the lone star within the typical Islamic flag,’s crescent. The large star is the Communist Party, as is found in most Communist national flags. The four stars represent the four classes of people among Chinese Class culture. At the time of the revolution, it was the four types of peoples, a pecking order based on racial heritage. In post revolution times, it evolved to represent more of an occupational categorization.
The important part, is that the main element (large star), dominates and controls the four groups. It is the same manner as the main UN element in The Expanse logo, dominating and controlled three groups of people, and as did the British Communist logo. We also find it in the (green) Islamic flag with four stars (found in the composit image, towards page top); the Comoros flag representing oversight of four islands and their peoples.
Now we come to the Rosetta Flag, and we can tie all these things together into a predictive relevance. Just as the above flags were in most cases predictive of future flags quite unrelated in terms of national or cultural/ideological or religious identity, it will also prove predictive, but in other ways. It is the commonality of flag elements in all the examples herein which enables both this, and which establishes it as Rosetta. It is the one flag which looks backwards and forwards simultaneously, to allow this presentation to even exist.
What you are looking at, above, is just the emblematic portion of the flag, which is quite like the Red Chinese flag in layout. Apologies for the quality; it is a cell phone shot of a small area of a TV screen. Everything about it makes sense, in light of those flags which preceded it (predictively).
We have a crescent shape which is formed by the wings of a bird, and which are somewhat reminiscent of the wreaths in the earlier examples. Like the wreaths and the crescent ‘Moon’ shapes they both protect and control Rosetta’s stars. We cannot deduce the stylized bird to know if it is a bird of prey (Hawk, Eagle), or a Dove or some other culturally popular bird. But no Bird has a notched absence of feathers where the wing joins the body, as shown… which is one element of the shape which renders the wings into wreath-like comparison, along with the lesser separations implying feathers.
The key point is, the bird mirrors the Dove in United Nations flags and logos, especially the one used in their ‘postage stamp.’
The three stars, on the other hand, once more imply three peoples, but the varied sizes imply their importance may vary, perhaps based on populations. The count and size aspect brings us to consider at least on predictive possibility, based on observations thus far made, above, and in light of other current history and even select prophesies. Let us begin that final analysis…
What the Rosetta Flag predicts
No country currently has such a flag, but the red background and the general nature imply a Communist ideology. That it is reflective of the Red Chinese flag in every way supports the notion. That brings us to the Spanish logo’s stars, which is the one element which is perhaps the most key to understanding, and the most predictive. The meaning of the three stars in that depiction is quite important: they represent three of the four main ‘Unions’ of the final New World Order one-world government; European, American, and Asian, and Middle Eastern (my geographic names, as the actual resulting names of such Unions are not yet to be known).
The reason only three, is the same reason the Rosetta should logically have three, and not four stars, and also explains why the sizes should vary. In both flags, Bible prophecy comes into play, regarding End Times. I’m speaking of Gog and Magog, and the battle of Armageddon. Prophecy says (in simplification, find more in these Bible texts) that the World will unite under the Antichrist, but some will revolt, and it will lead to war; Armageddon. Gog, then, clearly seems to be the Middle East, well identified in the first Bible quote (link), as the lands described are centered about Iran.
This leaves the other three Unions (Magog) united against Islam. Their flag is, as it’s Spanish creator claims, the UN’s flag flown against Gog. The Asian Union would be the largest in population, and would be dominated by China (the Asian Union), likely the World’s strongest power in the future. Ergo the Antichrist’s flag (Rosetta) is designed similarly to the current Chinese flag as seen in the TV capture, and the larger Star represents the Asian Union. I’m suspecting the American Union (North and South America) would be the next biggest star, and Europe the smallest, but that is not that important to the greater implications.
Agenda 2030 seeks a one-world government based on enjoined regional Unions as described, and based on the Chinese form of government. The Rosetta Flag is a predictive programming reflection of Agenda 2030, and the most likely outcome intended. For this to be true, it is clear that those at the top of the food chain pushing for Agenda 2030, do so in full acknowledgement of Biblical prophesy, which also mirrors similar beliefs among Satanists who make up New World Order leadership; Satan wants that battle, thinking he can defeat Christ, and crush all three faiths worshiping the God of Abraham, at the same time (Jews, Christians, and Moslems).
But to go to war, they will need a flag, and it must be rich with symbolism. To get us to follow that flag, we must be slowly warmed to it by predictive programming from previous flags. We have been seeing it unawares for decades, as shown in the earlier examples, above. The Rosetta was introduced in and taken in screen shot from the TV Series, The Tick, a parodic super-hero comic-book character presented in live action (very fun to watch). Interestingly enough, in the episode where the flag appears, it is attributed as the national flag of a fictional country, Urmania, a former Soviet Bloc slavic state which never was.
Now, about the choice of Urmania, as itself being predictive
- You (U) are (r) Man (man… ia). The flag of the one-world government will cover you, and all mankind.
- Ur, capitalized, is of Germanic origin an means, quote: a combining form meaning “earliest, original,” used in words denoting the primal stage of a historical or cultural entityor phenomenon: ur-civilization.
- man, of course, is obvious
- ia, of Latin origin, is defined as, quote: things derived from or relating to (something specified, such as territory : world : society)
- One definition of mania: an excessive, persistent enthusiasm (as in extreme or blind patriotism)