London Olympics 2012 : The Royal Mint’s Prior Knowledge
Whilst in the car on my way to a Matthew Delooze talk in Halifax, I had an urge to inspect the coins in my pocket. You know, those shiny bits of metal (featuring the Queen’s head) that we have to carry around with us in order to function in society.
It wasn’t 11:11am, but that didn’t prevent me from making this small discovery…
Take a look at this 50p piece, issued by the Royal Mint back in 2004:
As I’m sure you can see, the 2 hands conveniently point to what would be a 20 and 12 (2012) on a 12 hour clock, and in the foreground – a runner. Please bear in mind that this coin was issued before London had won the bid for the 2012 Olympics.
The implications? I believe that London had been assured the Olympics in 2012 way before any official confirmation… and given the ‘Zion’ street plan we could be looking at a plan developed many many years ago.
There are 2 sides to every coin, just like there is a duality to occult symbolism. The official explanation as to what this coin represents goes:
“Lower body of a runner, superimposed on a stopwatch showing 3 minutes 59 seconds. Large 50 and PENCE at bottom, between runner’s legs. 50th anniversary of the first sub-four-minute mile, Roger Bannister, 6 May 1954″
Which is true and seems convincing enough, as does any “official” explanation of symbolism used by the governing powers, if you’re not prepared to think for yourself.
I believe, as in other cases, what we were witnessing here back in 2004, was subconsciousprogramming for both the Olympics and 2012.