Today I saw a short vision of a Pittsburgh Steelers football player after he had scored a touchdown. My view was on the lower half of his body as he jumped way up high towards the fans in the bleachers. I saw the black, white, and yellow colors in his uniform. As he was moving straight up, a hand from below reached up and grabbed his ankle just above his white cleats. His upward movement was stopped by this hand pulling him back down. That was it.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are the only NFL team whose name is based on a metal rather than a living being. Their logo is based on the logo of the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). I believe their team name, their colors, and the white cleats were all references to precious metals, gold and silver.
My interpretation is the player jumping up confirms metals are going to be moving up soon, but the move up will be stopped by a strong pull back down, which was represented by the hand grabbing the ankle.
An upward movement confirms what I saw in my previous post about a black and white cat preparing to eat from my white plate. However, the cat was only preparing to eat while the football player was already moving up and already being pulled back down. I believe this indicates this move is no longer on hold, but is now upon us and will not last long. There has been a lot of downward pressure on prices since the Fed announced an interest rate hike on December 14, so I am expecting to see the overall downward trend resume after this brief move up. I was not shown any dates or prices.
The information shared here relies on interpretations that might not be accurate. It is provided only as a starting point for prayerful consideration and not as a recommendation for investing.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is a blogger, business owner, husband and father of two grown children. In 1982, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2012, he founded Z3news.com to broadcast the message of salvation by reporting end time news before it happens.
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