Are you a fan prog rock? Well, I don’t mean to freak you out, but apparently the band Supertramp predicted 9/11. Even worse: They did it right in front of our faces.
Originally spotted on an online forum for David Icke––a man who, according to Wikipedia, “argues that humanity was created by a network of secret societies run by an ancient race of interbreeding bloodlines from the Middle and Near East” (yeah, sure, David)—–the truther conspiracy theory states that the cover of the group’s beloved album “Breakfast in America” mapped out the entire World Trade Center takedown decades before it happened. But don’t take my word for it. Let’s hear what the original theorist––who calls herself “Eve”––had to say.
- Album came out in 1979
- 9/11 reference
- 9/11 was served with breakfast … not to mention the everyday fight for freedom: “Breakfast In America.”
- Orange juice = fireball
- You are looking out of the window of a plane, she is showing the target.
For those who need a literal translation, the reversed image of the album cover above shows the numbers “9” and “11” ominously hovering over the towers along with a giant glass of orange juice representing the planes flying into the building. Next you’re going to tell me that Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon was about the “faked” moon landing.
According to the date on the online forum, this Supertramp theory popped up more than a year ago, and is just now making the rounds (that in and of itself should be a conspiracy; sound the alarm!). Seriously, though, how did we miss this, people? Do you know how many friggin’ albums “Breakfast in America” sold? Like, 20 million. That’s 20 million pairs of eyeballs that possibly knew what was happening.
Well, I don’t care what you say, Eve. I will never ever stop listening to this song, conspiracy theory be damned!
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