Stellar will be the one global cryptocurrency we all use in the future. It will happen because we have been pre-programmed to accept it over the course of decades. This is according to a TikTok creator whose interests lie in how the media is uses its influence over global audiences.
Adrian Freeman says predictive programming has been happening around Stellar for quite some time. Predictive programming is where mainstream media suggests possible future outcomes, like when the Simpsons depicted Donald Trump becoming president. The purpose behind predictive programming is so that when the option of Trump is presented to us at the voting booth, we have been primed to choose it.
Freeman says, “It’s like The Simpsons predicts everything. It’s not a prediction. It’s just an agenda. They are showing us things that are going to happen in the future, because it’s an agenda that’s playing out.”
Stellar and the 1988 Economist
Freeman says he based his theory on Stellar being part of predictive programming after reading an article in the Economist from 1988.
“Let’s take a look at this magazine cover. This is from 1988. The magazine cover shows a phoenix bird rising from the ashes of burning American money. At the center of the page, the bronze coin is engraved with the words 10 Phoenix. 2018 shines bright. The cover advertises the magazine’s leading story in which the author suggests a single unified currency could ease international financial woes. The article’s author is anonymous behind an editorial team alias. It envisages a modern world connected like never before. Instead of the Yen or Dollar or Rupee, the Phoenix Coin would dominate. There would be no need for expensive international currency transfers, or cumbersome money wires. Everyone would be using the same coin, the Phoenix coin.”
While this seems to predict the rise of cryptocurrency, which is amazing in itself, there is something else that catches Freeman’s eye.
It is the logo of the Phoenix coin. Which matches the Stellar logo.
“I want you to take note of this logo.”
When the movie Interstellar rolled out, the same logo was on the promotional material for the movie.
Freeman says, “Now, what a lot of people don’t know, is that this is the same logo for Stellar or XLM which is a cryptocurrency. So, think about this for a second. In the second movie cover, Interstellar, they have Stellar highlighted. So what do you think they’re trying to tell you?”
Below is the official logo from the Stellar website.
Freeman says it could be just a coincidence. “Or maybe it’s predictive programming at its finest.”
Predictive programming was first proposed by researcher Alan Watt, who defines predictive programming as a subtle form of psychological conditioning provided by the media. The idea is to acquaint the public with planned societal changes. Says Freeman, “If and when these changes are put through, the public will already be familiarized with them and will accept them as natural progressions. This lessens possible public resistance and commotion.”
Crypto and The Economist Article
The article in the Economist, from 1988, which inspired this whole theory, does provide some prophetic reading. It says, “30 years from now, Americans, Japanese Europeans and people in many other rich countries and some relatively poor ones will probably be paying for their shopping with the same currency. Prices will not be quoted in Dollars, Yen or Marks. But in, let’s say, the Phoenix. The Phoenix will be favored by companies and shoppers, because it will be more convenient than today’s national currencies, which by then will seem a quaint cause of much disruption to economic life in the late 20th century.”
The article goes on to say that the introduction of the Phoenix would mean a big loss of economic sovereignty. “In time, though, its value against national currencies would cease to matter, because people would choose it for its convenience and the stability of its purchasing power.”
Sounds a whole lot like our friend Stellar. Is this predictive programming? I want to say that the movie Interstellar inspired the Stellar logo and name. But… they both were released in 2014. Help!
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