9/11 IN THE MEDIA; PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING OR COINCIDENCE?
Row, row, row your boat, Gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, Life is but a dream.
The first image comes to us from the band Supertramp. The band was formed in the 1970’s, but the front cover of their album “Breakfast In America” hits all the marks on the creepy meter for it’s precognitive value. The first thing you’ll notice is the point of view of Manhattan is from the airliner. Secondly, behind the Twin Towers made out of cereal boxes you’ll see the ‘U’ and the ‘P’ partially obscured, and when read in reverse appears to be ‘9 11′. You can also pull out “Sept” from Supertramp. So to sum up; in this photo we have 9/11 behind the towers, a view from a plane, and abbreviation “Sept” easily pulled from Supertramp. Is this merely a coincidence? Most likely, but regardless it’s creepy, and made more so by the waitress’s smile.
Our next image is from Terminator 2. Right before the liquid terminator slams his truck into the wall, we can easily reads “caution 9-11″ on the overpass. Terminator 2 was released on July 3rd, 1991.
The next image is from a 1997 episode of the Simpsons. In the episode the kids ask to take a trip to New York, and as you can see it’s $9, and the Twin Towers serve as the 11. So you can read “New York, Nine-Eleven”.
Our next image is from the Big Lebowski. I feel this is just straight up coincidence, but nevertheless it’s interesting and should be included in the group. The Dude dates his check 9/11 after seeing George Bush I on the TV screen.
The following cards are from the Illuminati Card Game released by Steven Jackson in 1997.