A STRANGE card game that has apparently forecasted the future with chilling precision seems to have done it again.
The Illuminati Card Game continues to be a source of conspiracy since its release in 1995 – and many of its cards uncovered a striking similarity to real life incidences.
Cards appearing to demonstrate events like 9/11, Princess Diana’s death, the Japan earthquake, and the surge of ISIS years before they happened have all sent shivers down the spine.
At this point it’s surfaced another of its cards predicted: Cointelpro Agent In Place.
Some people followed a certain youtuber for a long time didn’t have the discernment to realize he was PLANT.
Not a SHILL OR A SELL OUT that was suddenly “flipped” his job was to steer the people looking to awaken.
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