Freitag, 11. Juli 2014

On FIFA World Cup 2014 and the pope as the team's 12th player

From a systemic point of view it's interesting who will win the FIFA World Cup 2014. Will Messi mess it up? Or will Lahm unlike his name's meaning (lame) be fast enough. Will Jogi Löw has the right techniques as Germany's most influential Yogi at the moment? Whoever will win the FIFA World Cup 2014 - whether Argentina or Germany - either way the pope will win. Either the Argentinian-born current pope Francis or the German-born former pope Benedict XVI. We have to face that in the century-long history of popes we never had a period where there were two popes living at the same time, except for now. Besides the schisms now for the first time in history we are in this peculiar situation with two regularly elected recognized popes living at the same time: the current acting pope Francis and his retired predecessor Benedict XVI acting systemically through his presence from the shadows of the gardens of Castel Gandolfo close to Rome. Will the pope in charge with the pope's egregore support the Argentinian team more than the retired pope the German team? So from a certain point of view it's not just a battle of rivaling nations what we will experience soon in this final game on Sunday, but also a battle of the popes. One way or another the pope will win the game. Economically speaking we are observing on the one hand that the Argentinian economy is actually on the brink of default or at least in very deep trouble and on the other hand Germany's economy is doing remarkably well. So from a broader systemic meta-perspective, economy-wise Germany is supposed to win not just the race for world's best running economy but also for the World Cup 2014. On the other hand it's not to underestimate what the power of the metaphysical and religios backing of a current Argentinian pope residing in the Vatican means for the spirit of the Argentinian players in the final game. We will see it on Sunday how it will work out and if either a strong economy or a mighty religios backing will have won in the end...the result of the complexity of the systemic interaction of energy fields is hard to predict. From my analytical point of view Argentina is more likely to win. But as among others Marc Twain is reported: A prediction is very difficult, especially about the future.

Global Philosopher and Geopolitical Systemic Analyst
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann