It doesn’t get more bizarre than this. One of – if not the most popular American televisions shows of all time, The Simpsons, has eerily predicted future events or happenings more than a handful of times. These predictions are not just obscure events that have some tid-bits of relation that cause people to connect dots. Is it possible The Simpsons was also able to predict Pizza Gate?
A recent event which we have reported on several times, and one of the largest scandals and so-called conspiracies of late, Pizza Gate may have been predicted by The Simpsons.
Many people of course discount this sort of thing and chalk it up to speculation or connecting dots that aren’t there. We respect that — and I don’t deny that this is a phenomenon that has increased in the internet age. With that said, skeptics are skeptical of anything they cannot immediately explain. People with an open mind are more willing to appreciate the things in this world that are harder to explain, or cannot be explained at all.
Predictive programming is a term used to describe a method used [mostly] in mass media. A short explanation of this, (and one to help one better understand the context of this article) would be a Television program that is set in a future date or time, and shows an event or a situation that targets human emotion.
Popularized by researcher Alan Watt, predictive programming is somewhat similar to classic forms of subliminal messaging or propaganda. The use of subliminal messaging, predictive programming, and both used in propaganda can be extremely powerful and dangerous.
The most effective use of these methods is of course when it is used in the media. Power-brokers who have direct control of the mass media can use media to desensitize the public and the masses to a growing tyranny. For example, Adolf Hitler (through Joseph Goebbels) and Joseph Stalin (with his ‘Cult of Personality’) both had experts in propaganda and control over the media.
So, did The Simpsons know about Pizza Gate and try to tell us about it?
On November 21, 1991 the episode “Flaming Moe’s” first aired on Fox. Although most of the contents of this episode were about Moe’s bar and Homers drink recipe, a brief portion showed a pizza place called “Zip Zap and ‘Za Pizza Arcade.”
The episode is not about anything related to Pizza Gate, although a sign that hangs on the Zip Zap and Za Pizza Arcade says “the Kidnapping was at our other location.”
Although this is one of those situations where people may be connecting dots that aren’t there, it is at least somewhat interesting that more than 25 years ago The Simpsons were talking about a pizza place that had a kidnapping.
So, do we think the episode “Flaming Moe” was an example of predictive programming and did it predict Pizza Gate? — Not really.
The important part of all of this is to always remain open minded and aware that the US government can and will use propaganda, predictive programming, and subliminal messaging, and Hollywood has and will as well.
What are your thoughts? Do you think The Simpsons were trying to warn us about Pizza Gate?
via : distract101