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Desc:Claims LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS '86 was 'predictive programming' about solar eclipse apocalypse 2017!
Category:Science & Technology, Classic Movies
Tags:conspiracy, tinfoil, Solar Eclipse, predictive programming
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Old_Zircon - 2017-08-22
sasazuka - 2017-08-22
I didn't have space in the description to comment on the Sesame Street magazine cover seen in the preview shot.

9/11 truthers that use that October 1976 Sesame Street magazine cover as proof of "predictive programming" rarely ever put that cover into context: King Kong '76 was going to be the big Christmas movie that year and the filming of the climax at the World Trade Center with some full-scale props had been widely-covered in the local New York media so it was no secret that Kong was going to climb the Twin Towers instead of the Empire State Building and the Sesame Street magazine cover artist quite cleverly put out a parody cover with Cookie Monster as King Kong to coincide with the upcoming release of the film.

She also says there's a solar eclipse in the top left of the cover and thinks it has something to do with an eclipse 41 years later. I think it's a stylized crescent moon, but even if I accepted that it's a super-secret message warning of doom related to an upcoming solar eclipse, why would it be about the 2017 eclipse and not the then-much-closer-in-the-future 1979 one where New York was just outside the totality zone?
sasazuka - 2017-08-22
Pardon, New York City wasn't in the almost totality zone of the February 1979 eclipse, I was thinking of the 1970 one. Still, the 1979 one had 60.55% coverage in NYC, almost exactly the same level of coverage as what I saw in Ottawa yesterday.

betamaxed - 2017-08-23
At first I thought this is a black israelite video but then looking at the rest of the channel this seems to be just general nuttery and not racially specific nuttery.
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