Obviously, some of the images/videos--only the tip of a very large iceberg-- below are just a coincidence, or possibly result from bad timing, but it's hard to believe that all of them are just a coincidence? Some might call some of these images prophetic, foreshadowing or even a form of predictive programming.
To start with, a newspaper advertisement placed by the Committee for a Reasonable World Trade Center that appeared on page 38 of the May 2, 1968 edition of the New York Times
1979 Pakistani Airlines ad:
Chilling Twin Towers image painted by amateur artist Willie Gardner was hanging in an office at an obscure Scottish community center since 1988:
"Renovations & Interior Decorating" magazine on the week of 3-9 September, 2001.
"The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson" (originally aired 9/27/1997):
The Coup - Party Music album cover art that was prepared, June 2001 to be released in November 2001:
Supertramp's Breakfast in America album cover:
German music album cover:
From 'Adventures of Superman" #596, scheduled for release on Sept. 12th, 2001:
|By Mike Wieringo, who died in August 2007 at the age of 44|
From the 1991 movie, Terminator 2: Judgment Day":
From the 1999 movie "The Matrix":
From the 1983 movie, Trading Places:
From the 1990 movie, "Pretty Woman":
From the 1996 movie, "Independence Day"
From the Disney cartoon "Gargoyles", which premiered on September 11, 1995, a stargate opens at the top of the twin towers:
A pre-9/11 General Electric advertisement from an Italian magazine.
From Novermber 1993 Hustler Magazine (p. 24):
From a pre-9/11 magazine advertisement for Maker’s Mark Bourbon:
From Marvel Two in One #100 June 1983:
From a NYC 1982 hotel guidebook:
From a FEMA Emergency Response to Terrorism Booklet: 1997:
1988 Microsoft cover:
Israel's Elite Candy ad:
From 1976 Sesame Street, "Monsters on the Loose!"