Planet X Foreshadowing

| February 3, 2015

Planet X ForeshadowingForeshadowing is a literary device used by authors to hint at what is to come, so the reader can guess ahead.  In terms of Planet X, are we beginning to see foreshadowing as well?

These images are designed for those who expect an indefinite continuation of the status quo, to introduce them to  the notion of seeing bodies in the sky they’ve never seen before.

In this article, we are going to take a look at the images presented in three different video productions.  One is from a Super Bowl 2015 ad that appeared in the third quarter, and two are from Roscosmos, Russia’s space agency.

Are these just examples of entertainment, or is there something else at play?  On one hand, we could be seeing a Zeitgeist event; on the other hand, a foray of the controlled agenda.  We will present the images so that you the reader can ponder this on your own, and will close with what we believe is the only fair initial assessment.

Mophie Superbowl 2015 Commercial

An interesting commercial was aired in the 3rd quarter of the Superbowl 2015  game by Mophie. A company that makes smartphone juice pack cases.

About Us – the Top Selling Mobile Battery Case
mophie–the #1 selling mobile battery case in North America–is a California-based, award-winning designer and manufacturer that empowers the mobile world to do more. 

Two things caught our attention.  First, Mophie paid 4.5 million to produce and air this ad.  Second, Mophie is a $220M company.  Needless to say, this was a huge advertising gamble for a company this size.

In the image panel below, you will see images that spoof a global tribulation.  However, the last three images in the panel were the most interesting for us.

Lunar Cycle

Lunar Cycle

What makes these last three images interesting is the object above the sun.  Of course, we can expect people to say that’s just a representation of the moon; however, there is a great amount of detail in this sequence.

Notice how the Mophie ad object above the Sun and its crescent sunlit side, at the object’s bottom. Now compare that with the cycles of the moon in the following image. Is it simple to say that this is a matter of an artistic license, and if so would that not be plausible deniability?

While you’re sorting that one out, pour yourself a good double shot of Stoli and let’s go to Russia.

Roscosmos Planet and Stars

Late last month, CNET.com published a visually delicious view of what life would be like, if we were to see familiar planets and stars in our own Scott here on earth.

CNET.com, January 23, 2015
Saturn steals the moon’s place in stunning city view

What if it were Saturn’s rings or Jupiter’s red spot coming up over the horizon? Russia’s space agency imagined what life on such a parallel planet (or moon) might be like.

Russia’s space agency, Roscosmos, had a little fun in the below videos showing what life would be like if we saw different celestial bodies in our skies on a regular basis. 

The translated title of the first video, is Saturn Steals the Moon’s Place in Stunning City View.  In the image panel below we will show captures from their video beginning with Mercury and ending with Neptune.

The translated title of the second video is If Instead of the Sun Were Other Stars. In the image panel below we will show captures from their video in alphabetical order.

While these are imagine-if-you-will images, the third image of Arcturus does look dark and sinister, like a brown dwarf star from hell. So, is this just playful fun?

Is This Planet X Foreshadowing or Plausible Deniability?

As stated above, Mophie paid 4.5 million to produce their Superbowl 2015 commercial, and they are a $220M company.  If you’re going to go that far out on a financial limb, you want to know you’re not going to hear creaking and cracking sounds.  Ergo, our focus shifted to Deutsch LA, the folks that made this commercial.  As this ad was first brought to my attention by Yowusa.com contributor D. Davis, we asked her to research this and here is what she said:

Deutsch LA, under parent company Deutsch Inc in NY, was purchased in 2002 by IPG (Interpublic Group of Companies), one of the big 4 advertising companies in the US, and turns out, this company consists of 3 major networks companies, McCann, Lowe and FCB, as well as a holding company for several public relations, sports marketing, talent representation and healthcare firms. CEO Michael Roth.

Interestingly, IPG appears to have a history of accounting fraud similar to Enron and others in the day.  Also, as a side note they are headquartered in the W. R. Grace building in NY. That company, W. R. Grace, was featured in the book, A Civil Action.

So, what are we to make of all of this? For us at Yowusa.com, what we see here can either be a one-trick pony or the beginning of a more substantial trend. In other words, what we need is a larger dataset, before anyone can draw a conclusion one way or the other.

For this reason, we are asking you, our loyal readers, to help us out. When you see a good example of Planet X foreshadowing published by a mainstream media or science source, let us know.

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