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Mind Blowing Examples of Predictive Programming in Cartoons

Kids grow up watching cartoons. It’s a childhood memory for virtually everyone. Saturday morning cartoons, Sunday morning cartoons, we drank them into our little unconscious minds voraciously. What a perfect conduit for brainwashing via predictive programming and social engineering–catch the kids while they’re young and flood subliminal messages into their minds…

It could be coincidence, part of a social experiment, or a sneaky and weird form of covert inter-agency communication. Take a break for a few minutes and check these cartoon clips out. Are these cartoons examples of predictive programming or sensational coincidence?

Watch the whole thing, then at 0:53 your mind will be blown. If this is real, as in not edited, this is one of the weirdest examples of predictive programming we can imagine. The audio seems disjointed to us, suggesting somebody just updated his Final Cut Pro.

It’d probably be a little easier to believe this one if they didn’t misspell Network.

[The above video gets super creepy at 0:40.)

This entire episode of Smurfs was based around them learning to change the weather. Is this predictive programming for HAARP and geo-engineering? We were very doubtful of this one at first, but then around 4:05 there are some chilling moments.

It’s tempting to look at all the 9/11 ones and think ‘well, yes of course there will instances of such a monumental building in New York being represented in weird ways.’ Just coincidence. But it’s the sheer volume of them that is disturbing.

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  1. […] Predictive programming is the idea that society embeds messages into pop culture media and other modes of transmission in order to psychologically prepare and incubate the general population for certain events. It is, of course, a conspiracy theory, but one that has garnered a lot of attention in recent years, especially among false flag advocates. […]

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