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The Simpsons linked to NWO?

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posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 08:14 AM
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Hello fellow seekers of knowledge and truth....I am new to ATS and this is my first post , so please excuse me if i do not present my Ideas as clearly as I would like.

About 2 yrs ago something very interesting happened, I was watching an episode of simpsons;(episode 510- monty burns buys a casino for springfield - he is then protrayed as a howard hughes type parody the rest of the episode); There is a scene where monty is confined to a germ free chamber, kind of like a hospital type room in the top of the casino. He begins to talk of his spruce goose plane which will fly to continents in a short matter of time ( similar to howard hughes aviation endeavors), as he talks you can clearly get the sense that he is losing his mind as did howard hughes. Anyway, He turns on a tv show or a game, im not sure what it was, but this "show" had little gnomes prancing around, these "gnomes" said something very startling to me at the time, and repeated it three or four times. This is what they said, "Free Masons Run The Country". after they stated this a couple of times Monty Burns then proceded to state that he must be going crazy!! Simpsons has been a long running show that is based upon the midwest lifestyle of america, which is also considered the bible belt, or bread and butter of this country's people.
For example, All throughout the history of simpsons not once have they ever showed the location of springfield on a map. Springfield is also one of the most used city names in the US....look it up and you will know what i mean. coincidence? i think not...

So, I urge anyone with episode 510 to watch this, and please give me some feedback on what you think it means.

Also.....There is an episode where homer builds a nasa rocket which looks extremely accurate to a real rocket used to launch into space.....after building this rocket he mans it with a gerbal, and attempts to launch, during the flight the gerbal becomes scared for its life (pretty interesting thought process for a gerbal i think) it then procedes to hit the eject button. after it ejects, the rocket crashes into out of all things a CHURCH!, the next scene contains the church on fire. Now everyone knows that the illuminati and NWO are heavy on symbolism. What better a symbol to use than having a NASA rocket (symbolizes science) crash into a Church and set it ablaze (symbolizing the destruction of religion through science). Im sorry to say I do not know what episode number this is, but im sure someone does.

Once again Id like to say this is my first post, and if my thoughts are not clearly expressed here i do apologize. Im sure my future posts will be much more concise. Thank you for your time in reading this.

[edit on 17-1-2007 by ConspiracySpecialist]




posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 09:01 AM
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Ok, I want to make sure I get this correct.

Your thread title is "DIRECT PROOF that Masons Run the Country", which obviously suggests that you have "proof" of a "masonic conspiracy" of epic proportions. But yet your only substantiating evidence is a 3 second sound bite from an episode from "The Simpsons"?

Is this accurate?



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 09:28 AM
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Ok, i see your point.... I agree this evidence is not direct proof, and i have decided to change the tilte of the post. I still would like any feedback from anyone that has seen this episode (510). Just curious to know if anyone else thinks this is as weird as i do.



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 09:35 AM
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On top of it all, the voice of Mr. Burns, Harry Shearer is a Freemason.

it's weird yes, but it's not out of place on the Simpsons.

Definitely, mis-titled thread.


[edit on 17/1/07 by ConspiracyNut23]



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 09:38 AM
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Considering that the Burns character in that particular episode what a charachature of Howard Huges, extremely paranoid and delusional nut, the gnomes hallucination was meant as a joke to mock such paranoias.

However, if Shearer is a mason, maybe we were all supposed to think it was a mocking joke. Perhaps the Simpsons in spreading dis-information?




posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 09:38 AM
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Originally posted by ConspiracySpecialist
I still would like any feedback from anyone that has seen this episode (510). Just curious to know if anyone else thinks this is as weird as i do.


I've seen the episode (I've probably seen all of them 10 times), and I'm familiar w/ the one you're referencing. I also remember the part of the show you're mentioning, however, I do not recall what the little gnomes were saying.

Let's stipulate that you heard it correctly. My assessment would be that the show was trying to make a mockery of people who believe that masons run the country. The show's creator intended that "The Simpsons" lampoon the human condition, American culture, American "pop" culture, and society in general.




[edit on 17-1-2007 by Reality Hurts]



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 10:06 AM
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Oh yes. The Simpsons contain, I swear, every form of conspiracy theory conjured by the human mind. Let's see......


The Stonecutters- OBVIOUS Secret Society
Klang and Kodos- OBVIOUS Alien Reference
Tomacco-Genetic Engineering
The Congressional "Paperclip" method- Government corruption
Yvan eht nioj- C'mon, do I have to say it?
C.M. Burns- Obvious Elitist
Dr. Hibbard-Tool of the Medical Establishment
Dr. Nick-Tool of the Pharmacutical Establishment


Jeez, I could go on forever on The Simpsons


D'OH!!!
C



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 11:06 AM
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[edit on 17/1/07 by bidonpseudo]



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 11:09 AM
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Originally posted by Reality Hurts
My assessment would be that the show was trying to make a mockery of people who believe that masons run the country. The show's creator intended that "The Simpsons" lampoon the human condition, American culture, American "pop" culture, and society in general.




[edit on 17-1-2007 by Reality Hurts]


I agree. The gnomes show was a way to show us how Burns-Hugues is becomming more and more paranoic. I remember that in another episode, the one when Burns wants to be elected (for governor I think but I'm not sure), he said that according to polls the Judeo-Masonics are against him. The gnomes were just a way to make fun of people who sees conspiracies everywhere



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 12:09 PM
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Originally posted by ConspiracyNut23
On top of it all, the voice of Mr. Burns, Harry Shearer is a Freemason.



So is Abe (Grandpa) Simpson. He mentions this in the episode "Homer the Great", where Homer joins the Stonecutters Lodge.

I can't believe the OP forgot this one: the entire episode is a spoof on both the Masons and the conspiracy theorists!



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 12:20 PM
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..Ahh yes the Simpsons and their conspiratory symbolism..
Yes I've seen the episode with the Gerbil and the Casino and it's the germs on Smithers face that say "Free masons run the country." There are too many refrences to too many ideas to actually pick up any habitual evidence to imply that the Simpsons is related to any secret societies.

What is weird that when they Scan Maggie at the opening scene (you know the one they always show when it starts.) They scan Maggie and the display price at the Grocery Store says "NRA4EVER" that is weird. I could go on with all the weird stuff I've seen on this show it is that I can't remember because I've seen all of them, too many damn episodes...



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 01:44 AM
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Originally posted by antmax21They scan Maggie and the display price at the Grocery Store says "NRA4EVER" that is weird.


that's from the 138th episode spectacular right? i'm pretty sure that's just a joke and nothing's really there

in reference to the actual topic of this thread..."the simpsons" makes fun of absolutely everything, so to take something from this show as fact is absolute lunacy



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 03:56 PM
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Hey welcome to ATS, Ive thought about the symbolism referenced in the Simpsons for a while and was at some point like you going to do a thread on it, I never did though





Oh yes. The Simpsons contain, I swear, every form of conspiracy theory conjured by the human mind. Let's see...... The Stonecutters- OBVIOUS Secret Society
Klang and Kodos- OBVIOUS Alien Reference
Tomacco-Genetic Engineering
The Congressional "Paperclip" method- Government corruption
Yvan eht nioj- C'mon, do I have to say it?
C.M. Burns- Obvious Elitist
Dr. Hibbard-Tool of the Medical Establishment
Dr. Nick-Tool of the Pharmacutical Establishment


So true.

I agree with both your views. (ConspiracySpecialist & Cuhail)




in reference to the actual topic of this thread..."the simpsons" makes fun of absolutely everything, so to take something from this show as fact is absolute lunacy



Their are Pros/Cons for the argument in equal measure, perhaps some take it too seriously others not enough but I tend to agree with the former on this one.




Yvan eht nioj
C'mon, do I have to say it?


Yes you do cause I dont get it



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 04:02 PM
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-Yvan eht nioj was from the episode where subliminal messages were being used to get kids to...here it comes...

Join the Navy.

C



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 04:24 PM
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I had posted something but of course the server overloaded. Anyway the Simpsons and what they say in retrospect is that we should have freedoms that are not regulated by anyone no matter what they try. "NRA4EVER," to me implies that we have the freedoms to possess guns, say, hear, or do what we want and that is what the Simpsons does and always has...gotta love it.



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 04:47 PM
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I mean no disrespect but this is the kind of post that makes us all look like idiots.



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 06:22 PM
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ok...there is no way that they are trying to use the SIMPSONS to try and make people believe in science and destroy religion and join the freemasons


whats next? the South Park episode where Mr. Garrison has sex with some guy and they create an all atheist future? the one where Cartmant freezes himself to get a nintendo wii.



posted on Jan, 19 2007 @ 12:19 PM
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hey the Yvan eht nioj was just on channel 4 here in the UK kinda funny that.



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 07:19 AM
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Originally posted by ConspiracySpecialist
Hello fellow seekers of knowledge and truth....I am new to ATS and this is my first post , so please excuse me if i do not present my Ideas as clearly as I would like.

About 2 yrs ago something very interesting happened, I was watching an episode of simpsons;(episode 510- monty burns buys a casino for springfield - he is then protrayed as a howard hughes type parody the rest of the episode); There is a scene where monty is confined to a germ free chamber, kind of like a hospital type room in the top of the casino. He begins to talk of his spruce goose plane which will fly to continents in a short matter of time ( similar to howard hughes aviation endeavors), as he talks you can clearly get the sense that he is losing his mind as did howard hughes. Anyway, He turns on a tv show or a game, im not sure what it was, but this "show" had little gnomes prancing around, these "gnomes" said something very startling to me at the time, and repeated it three or four times. This is what they said, "Free Masons Run The Country". after they stated this a couple of times Monty Burns then proceded to state that he must be going crazy!! Simpsons has been a long running show that is based upon the midwest lifestyle of america, which is also considered the bible belt, or bread and butter of this country's people.
For example, All throughout the history of simpsons not once have they ever showed the location of springfield on a map. Springfield is also one of the most used city names in the US....look it up and you will know what i mean. coincidence? i think not...

So, I urge anyone with episode 510 to watch this, and please give me some feedback on what you think it means.

Also.....There is an episode where homer builds a nasa rocket which looks extremely accurate to a real rocket used to launch into space.....after building this rocket he mans it with a gerbal, and attempts to launch, during the flight the gerbal becomes scared for its life (pretty interesting thought process for a gerbal i think) it then procedes to hit the eject button. after it ejects, the rocket crashes into out of all things a CHURCH!, the next scene contains the church on fire. Now everyone knows that the illuminati and NWO are heavy on symbolism. What better a symbol to use than having a NASA rocket (symbolizes science) crash into a Church and set it ablaze (symbolizing the destruction of religion through science). Im sorry to say I do not know what episode number this is, but im sure someone does.

Once again Id like to say this is my first post, and if my thoughts are not clearly expressed here i do apologize. Im sure my future posts will be much more concise. Thank you for your time in reading this.

[edit on 17-1-2007 by ConspiracySpecialist]

The Episode where this Happens are no other than She of Little faith when Lisa Simpson converts into Buddhism after her former Religion is corrupted by Capitalism



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:16 AM
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There are TONS of subliminals in The Simpsons, and also much more obvious statements. I have been a huge fan for a longgggg time but anyone who actually reads between the lines will notice it is being thrown in your face if you know it, and if you don't then it just doesn't make an impression. I have a bit of a hard time watching their new stuff, just because of how much it smacks you in the face.

Perfect example, I was just watching an episode the other day, Lisa made a concoction that rendered bullies harmless. What was a main ingredient? Flouride. Come on now..

Also there were smoking WTC towers in the backround of an episode in 1993.


source


Thank you OP. I know this thread was started a while ago, but I'm glad I found it. People really need to look into such things before being so dismissive..

[edit on 24-4-2010 by ohh_pleasee]




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