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The Simpsons predicted the Apple Vision Pro.

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Cate
Cate
2 months ago

Everyone needs to read this article from Miri AF regarding these fake prophecies. Here’s a quote
“The reason various “prophecies’ appear to keep coming true is that the same family bloodlines have been in charge for a very long time, and so they simply script an event, then later make it happen, and claim a “prophecy” has been fulfilled. It’s just the same as The Simpsons and other prominent cultural totems like Back To The Future “predicting” 9/11. It’s not predicted, it’s scripted – because these people are all acting.”

ibelieve
ibelieve
2 months ago

Didn’t Matt Groening fly the Lolita Express? sheesh.

Michael
Michael
2 months ago

not a prediction at all. it’s predictive programming. thry are in the “know”

444Gem
444Gem
2 months ago
Reply to  Michael

The name “The Simpsons” is taken directly from the Hebrew “The Sampson” which is written “Shamesh-on” being the embodiment of the sun. Hence why everyone is solar yellow…

Lee
Lee
2 months ago

It’s always strange to see the way particular things, like the Simpsons, are so frequently noticed and referred to as “prophetic”… These sorts of observations have gained traction at least a few times a year, for several years now… Yet none of these people stop to connect the dots and consider that, rather than strange coincidence (after strange coincidence) the real answer is an Occam’s Razor: the simplest explanation is the most likely. They are not bizarre random prophecies coming true. They are elite-sponsored coded messages designed intentionally for a multi-faceted purpose: partly to ingratiate the public to certain concepts (via a dripfeed of planned events), and partly “revelation of the method”… That code that the elites take so seriously.
How these stories continue to circulate so frequently without any “normies” finally waking up and realizing what’s really happening, is beyond me. It’s called “programming” for a reason, folks…