Here is an interesting reason why November may be a chaotic month.
Consider the front cover of The Economist in 1988, pictured above, which alluded to a new world currency and prominently featured “2018” on the cover.
Most know that the financial elites often plan things decades in advance. The euro currency is such an example and the Super Bowl half time shows are another example as an well as commercials like the Ford Lincoln and the Back To The Future Movies.
The Economist magazine is owned by The Economist Group, which is
owned by the Rothschild family and therefore often includes messaging and symbolism from the financial elite.
Earlier this year, The Economist had this very bizarre cover.
Aside from all the weird and ominous imagery, including a nuclear bomb going off in the background are two arrows in the bottom right with 11.5 and 11.3 printed on the quills. If those are meant to be dates, depending on whether it is month/day or day/month, it seems to allude to either March 11th and May 11th or, alternatively, November 3rd and 5th. This is my speculation but is something to take note of.
Click the link below to watch Doug Casey's interview.