Warning: Illuminati “No Christmas 2013″ Message (and Other Oddities) in Chilling Simpson’s Episode. What Are They Telling Us? (Video)
I came across this Simpson’s Christmas 2013 video today on Youtube and wanted to share it with you. I found quite a few strange Illuminati messages in it, which I will point out here for you. By the end of this, I would love to hear your feedback.
The first thing I noticed were the six beasts that rise up all around his kitchen, ‘computerized’ beasts, or robots, if you will. Then, at the bottom of the screen in the credits, it says, “Producer, The Beast…”
And there is the obvious. The newspaper says “Christmas Occurs” while the toaster says, “No”. Homer then declares, “Well, the toaster’s never lied to me before,” as it zooms in closer to the word, “No” and the words, “Christmas Occurs,” on the cover of the newspaper in Homer’s hands.
There is something else I noticed upon close observation of the video, and a lot of pausing. There are 8 points on the clock on the wall at 0.09 seconds into the video. Whether you count the smaller points, or the green points, there are eight of each. The Illuminati views the number “eight” as a symbol of their New World Order.
And, it appears the time is 3:55. The most significant thing I could find on this number was the following, about a mysterious ‘Agent 355′ from Wikipedia:
Agent 355 was the code name of a female spy during the American Revolution, part of the Culper Ring. Her real identity is unknown.
The only direct reference to Agent 355 in any of the Culper Ring‘s missives was from Abraham Woodhull (Samuel Culper Sr.), to General George Washington in 1778. Little is known for sure about this mysterious lady, but speculation abounds. What is known is that she was located in New York and at some point had contact with Major John Andre and Benedict Arnold. It is believed that 355 was a member of a prominent Loyalist family, and within easy reach of British commanders. When Andre, in particular, was in New York, the Culper’s information came fast and furious, but when Andre was in the southern colonies with Sir Henry Clinton, the information slowed considerably. At this point, Washington complained that the Culpers were a waste of money. This leads historians to believe that 355 was one of the flock of females that surrounded Major Andre.
- Legacy -
The identity of the woman known solely as 355 has yet to be discovered. However, several theories have been developed, ranging from claims that 355 must have been the already-known Anna Smith Strong to hypotheses about other relations of identified ring members. Others say that she did not really exist, that 355 was simply just a lady of acquaintance to Abraham Woodhull who was mentioned in passing and really no help to the Culpers at all. However, John Burke and Andrea Meyer have made a case for 355′s involvement in the spy ring using circumstantial evidence. If the story is to be believed, 355 was a great asset to the American bid for independence.
Agent 355 has become a part of popular fiction, being cited in Y: The Last Man from Vertigo Comics as an inspiration for a modern spy also called 355, and being included in Assassins Creed 3‘s in-game database of historical facts, in which her information was critical in helping the protagonist in discovering the British plot to capture West Point.
I know Assassins Creed is a huge Illuminati game, (and note the number 3′s in the title of that game–Illuminati number).
Here are a few other things about the number 355 from Wikipedia that I found:
355 is a year in the Gregorian calendar.
355 may also refer to:
355 may also refer to:
The year 355 BC
Agent 355, a secret agent during the American Revolutionary War
Agent 355 (Y: The Last Man), a character in the comic book series Y: The Last Man
355 Gabriella, a main belt asteroid
Ferrari F355, an Italian sportscar
Interstate 355, a toll route of Chicago, Illinois
355th Fighter Squadron, a U.S. Air Force squadron based at Eielson Air Force Base
Are we being sent a message? If so, what--what do these signs mean? Will there be a civil war before the end of the year within the confines of the USA? Will Martial Law be declared by Christmas? Will the NWO one world government arise? This is not the first time the Illluminati have used the Simpsons to send messages.
What are your thoughts on this?
Click Here to see all the various Illuminati Simpson’s episodes.
Also, it was brought to my attention that the clock says 2:55, which, at first, is what I thought too. But I opted to use what was actually shown on the clock as opposed to what it would say in reality. If it is 2:55, then this is even worse. It involves deadly flight 255.
Here is a clip of something on that from Wikipedia, which involves a lot of threes and sixes. I encourage you to click the link HERE and read the rest.
Northwest Airlines Flight 255 originated at Tri-City Airport in Saginaw, Michigan, and was scheduled to terminate at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California, with intermediate stops at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport in Romulus, Michigan, near Detroit, and at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, Arizona. The flight, made by a McDonnell Douglas MD-82, crashed after takeoff at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport on August 16, 1987, at about 20:46 EDT (8:46 p.m. local time, 00:46 UTC August 17), killing all 6 of the crew and 148 passengers with the exception of a 4-year-old girl, Cecelia Cichan Crocker, who sustained serious injuries, according to the FAA‘s Office of Aviation Research. It was the second-deadliest aviation accident at the time in the United States and the second-deadliest involving the McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series, and as of 2013 is the fourth-deadliest in both categories.
The aircraft, a twin-engine McDonnell Douglas MD-82, tail number N312RC, was piloted by Captain John R. Maus, 57, and First Officer David J. Dodds, 35. Captain Maus was a seasoned pilot who had been with the airline for almost 32 years. He had accrued 20,859 flight hours. First Officer Dodds had 8,044 hours of flying experience and had been with the airline for more than 8 years.Flight 255 was carrying 149 passengers and 6 crew. The jet was manufactured in 1981 and entered service with Republic Airlines. The aircraft was acquired by Northwest Airlines as a result of the merger with Republic Airlines in 1986, and the aircraft bore a mixed Republic/Northwest livery (still wore Republic stripes, but with “Northwest” titles and “Northwest Orient” logo on the forward fuselage) at the time of the accident.
So, if the clock says 2:55, and this is what is meant to be messaged, will there be something involving airplanes? Christmas is a travel holiday, afterall.
Another interesting note on 2:55 is an article from Fast Company titled 2:55 P.M.: When Productivity Dies. Here is an excerpt:
2.55pm, the time when no work is done! Time is when average office employee has their ‘most unproductive moment of the day’
You’re cross-eyed from monitor glare, comatose from lunch digestion, and you don’t even realized you just opened up Facebook: It’s 2:55 in the afternoon, the time of day when productivity dies.
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LondonOffices.com‘s recent poll of 420 British office workers, while not incredibly scientifically robust, does provide some interesting insight into the workday rhythm.
The respondents said that 2:55 p.m. was the low point of the day’s output: Most folks said they were either checking social media or planning for their evening–perhaps heading to the “pub” or getting a game of “footie” together.
Yes! So true! So many people “ARE” asleep! So many people are listening to the naysayers and the ones who have been sent to ridicule and scorn those who are trying to sound the alarm! What’s worse is the enemy is boasting about it, yet the people remain asleep.