15 Bizarre Signs In Popular Culture That “Predicted” 9/11 in Advance

Have you seen all those bizarre cartoons and references in popular culture, that seem to allude to the events of September 11, 2001, before it even happened?

If you think about it, there are a few distinct possibilities here. The first is that a certain board member or person working with various television shows had some occult interest in placing symbolism or what they call predictive programming in television, which obviously is difficult for many people to comprehend. So some extent, this is certainly a possibility.

The second possibility is that this phenomena is actually the universe, or God, or synchronicity: sometimes, it seems that unusual coincidences occur, simply because of fate.

The third possibility is that all of this is merely coincidence. It certainly is a lot of coincidences, in my opinion this is probably a mix of the first and second aforementioned possibilities, without failing to see the absurdity of television producers being instructed to do such a thing. People with great wealth and power in this world have repeatedly demonstrated their obsession with symbolism in general, so is it really that unlikely that some powerful people had a hand in this?

1. The Simpsons – “To Surveil With Love” (May 2, 1997)

This is one of the most classic examples of this phenomenon. In this episode, the Simpsons are going to New York. Isn’t $9 an odd number?

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

2. Johnny Bravo – “Chain Gang Johnny” (April 27, 2001)

9/11 literally happened a few months after the airing of this episode. Really, coming soon?

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

3. “Asi sufre Latino America” (1983)

Almost 20 years before the events of September 11, 2001, this book by Jose Borja was written. Coincidence? I guess that would depend on who Jose Borja is.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

4. Trade Center Defender Game (Early 2001)

This is certainly another strong potential case for predictive programming: this television show created X-Files creators had a pilot, about an aircraft crashing into the World Trade Center, a few months before that actually happened.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

5. The Lone Gunmen (March 2, 2001)

In early 2001, a game titled “Trade Center Defender” came out, where you had to gun down planes that are about to crash into the towers. Another very strong case. Could there be the same individuals on different teams, working on movies, shows, and games? Production consultants involved with this?

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

6. Dream Theater – Live Scenes From New York (September 11, 2001)

Music of this genre is often fairly detached from the Hollywood stuff, but on the day of the attack, Dream Theater released an album called “Live scenes from New York.” A burning apple with NYC in the backdrop? I like Dream Theater, but this is a disturbing coincidence.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

7. The Coup – Party Music (September 2001)

In September 2001, the rap group The Coup was going to release “Party Music.” Just look at the cover! They rescheduled the release and changed the album art.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

8. Nosebleed (1997)

This Jackie Chan action/comedy movie was going to be released in 2001, but it couldn’t be released until 2008. That’s because the storyline also featured an attack on the Trade Center. The original script said: “It represents capitalism. It represents freedom. It represents everything America is about. And to bring those two buildings down would bring America to its knees.”

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

9. Illuminati: The Game of Conspiracy (Early ’80s)

Wow, I didn’t know the Illuminati card game was released as long ago as the early 1980’s. Both the 9/11 attacks on the WTC and Pentagon seem to have been predicted by the card game, famously.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

10. Marvel Comic Book (1983)

This particular Marvel comic book, 18 years before 9/11 (which is how long eclipse cycles take, with one appearing in the same sign every 18 years), showed something very similar where the towers were attacked.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

11. PIA Advertisement (1979)

Was this really nothing but a press release? Looks pretty ominous.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

12. The Roy Harper Band (1982)

This sounds like some pre-hipster sh**, you know how they say something that implies danger in a joking manner. “No One Ever Gets Out Alive?” We do, Roy Harper: who told you to show the WTC with that kind of album title?

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

13. Flight Simulator 2000 (2000)

Many people have played that old Flight Simulator game. Well, it featured a patch that enabled people to knock down the Twin Towers.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

14. Terminator 2 (1991)

This one is really reaching, but in the Terminator 2 you can see this. This is by far the most likely one to be a coincidence, though the dimensions are kind of unusual.

(Image credit: SccopWhoop)

15. *Bonus* The Long Kiss Goodnight, 1996

This movie released in 1996 implies that the Muslims would be blamed for September 9/11, with a strikingly similar plot.

Similar Posts