- The marketing chaps are incorporating forgotten-on-one-level symbolism to hit you in the powerful subconscious.
- The mystery schools and/or secret societies are honoring their gods through the companies they control
- The graphic designers are tapping into a collective consciousness - where symbols are universal and timeless
- And, my personal favorite at the moment: That, much like the consumption of psychedelic plants (like Mushrooms and Cannabis, each with their unique experiences perhaps brought on by a union with the plant consciousness) the eating of grain imparts another type of plant consciousness: The consciousness of the grain. One that is translated or understood by the human brain in terms of Osiris-lore .
- The 2010 Tiger lunges towards(?) the Blue Lady up in the stars. Isis is that you?
- A giant elephant (symbol of the GOP) looms large, ready to stamp out the current ringleader, a black man in a top hat.
- The man stands next to the word "Lincoln" - a top hat wearing president that Obama often gets compared to.
- His foot rests on the word "Omaha" with a river (a line on the map) running through the bottom of the "h" making it look like a "b" - making the word "Omaba," a not-very-difficult anagram for Obama.
- Though he is the ringleader and presumed conductor of the train, he is exiting it, perhaps being "thrown from the freedom train" if you're into MK phraseology.
- This ringleader is being chased, or followed unsuccessfully, by clowns.
- Meanwhile, motorcyclists ride to the ringleader's right. They ride next to the word "Denver" - a city brimming with conspiratorial context.
- They are dressed in the Nazi red-black-white uniform, have flames painted on their bikes and are raising their arms victoriously.
"Already long ago, from when we sold our vote to no man, the People have abdicated our duties; for the People who once upon a time handed out military command, high civil office, legions — everything, now restrains itself and anxiously hopes for just two things: bread and circuses."
(Juvenal, Satire 10.77-81)