I've seen a million of these introduction posts; I've been a daily ATS ghost for years, and never made an account simply because I never felt the
urge to respond to any of the threads I read.
I'm a conspiracy theorist to a degree and I operate a semi-popular YouTube channel @SubliminalProof. I cover topics I see and I do reach out for new
content, meaning I try not to spend time making videos if there are an abundance of sufficient videos all conveying the same message. I also try to
stay current with all videos, but I do post videos featuring dated content if I don't feel they've been covered properly.
The specific reason I made this account was to start linking content that I don't feel is being covered at all by other theorists, and over time the
topics will change drastically, as it all depends on what I come across in my own personal research. So to cut straight to the point; I'm typing this
now because I already have a specific topic I wanted to bring into discussion, symbolism in a recently released episode of the newest version of Loony
I'm not sure how posting works on this end of being an ATS User, or if I'm even supposed to start introducing content in this introduction, but
basically CN Studios, responsible for several of the current programs being broadcasted to the youth on CN, has been going a bit overboard with the
direct Illuminati symbolism, and to prove it I've pieced together the important parts of the beginning of one of the most recent episodes, which
aired only a couple of weeks ago, and put it in this clip.
There isn't any news story to link or anything like that; I happened to catch the episode on air and haven't heard of a single person aside from my
own viewers that has since, so I want to bring it into the open and start a discussion. If I did it wrong, let me know.
Hey welcome to ATS and thanks for sharing the video.
I've read a good amount of theories and catch symbolism in movies and media constantly as well.
I think I may have read way too many of the deeper end CTs but I noticed the reference in the video to "Under the Sphynx" which is kinda trippy if
they are trying to push an unusual theory like that to kids.
I was raised on old Bugs Bunny and Warner Bros cartoons, back when they were visual slapstick and musical based. Now they just seem to confuse you
with sensory overload. Times have changed.
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