PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING:
The theory that the government or other higher-ups are using fictional movies or books as a mass mind control tool to make the population more accepting of planned future events. 

This was first described and proposed by researcher Alan Watt who defines Predictive programming as:
“Predictive programming is a subtle form of psychological conditioning provided by the media to acquaint the public with planned societal changes to be implemented by our leaders. If and when these changes are put through, the public will already be familiarized with them and will accept them as natural progressions, thus lessening possible public resistance and commotion.” (Wood) 

Let's start with The X-Files. 
(Also, scroll down to the 9/11 section for more X-Files)


THE X-FILES 
S10 E6 "My Struggle II" aired February 22, 2016

The investigations that Mulder and Scully previously began with conspiracy theorist and web-TV show host Tad O’Malley (guest star Joel McHale) seem to have awakened powerful enemies. A widespread panic begins as people all over the country suddenly start falling gravely ill, and Scully must look within to try and find a cure. Meanwhile, Mulder confronts the man whom he believes to be behind it all, but another figure from Mulder and Scully’s past shows up.  A "vaccine" is developed that alters the DNA of those who have taken it.. hmmm...



THE SIMPSONS
There's a lot here.  So this may take a while to gather.  I'll get back to this one at a later date...

   

PROJECT RUNWAY
S17 E9 " The Stitch Is Back", aired May 9, 2019

In 2019, Project Runway had a contestant named Kovid who wore a facemask as part of her fashion design.  Kovid Kapoor participated in one of the challenges during the season was called “Head To Toe,” which called for contestants to create a printed design that was featured, well, head to toe.  Kapoor’s design for the challenge eerily evokes a look that would become all too common just a year later. In a red plaid design, Kapoor created a suit with an accompanying face mask.  Additionally, two of the hosts of the show repeatedly called Kapoor’s plaid mask outfit “sick.” 





9/11 'COINCIDENTAL FORESHADOWING'
This is long (nearly an hour) and covers only the first :35min or so. You're going to see a lot of these "coincidences".  It starts with cartoons and is very, very mainstream and very, very hard to watch at times..  
Such subliminal messages become very obvious as you progress through this video.  Below the video, I've noted the list of what you'll be seeing... coincidences?  I think not. 
Some of the examples in these clips are a little far fetched and just simply depict 9/11 as a date.  But why 9/11? Out of all 365 days of the year, why has 9/11 been used so often? Aside from the date, a many of these clips are pretty intense and specific to 9/11. 
If you're like me, you may need a few emotional breaks.  But be sure to come back to it and finish watching.  Then share. Because knowledge is power.  God Speed.


List below is in year-order, not necessarily in order of appearance:

1963: Wonder Woman (comic book)
1968: New York Times
1969: Bell AT&T Advertisement
1970: Thirty Seconds Over New York (book)
1970: Popular Mechanics
1973: Superman (comic book)
1973: The Medusa Touch 
1973: Godzilla
1975: MAD Magazine
1975: Jehovah's Witness Watchtower Publication
1975: National Lampoon Magazine
1975: The Human Factor
1976: Sesame Street
1976: 9-1-1 (movie)
1976: Spidey (comic book)
1976: Richie Rich (comic book)
1976: Starman (comic book)
1976: The Thing (comic book)
1976: The Tower
1978: Super Friends
1978: The Medusa Touch 
1979: Pakistani international Airport
1979: Supertramp
1979: Marvel (comic book)
1979: Desastre 'DIY Catastrophe Game'
1979: Encounter with Disaster
1979: Meteor
1980: 2000AD (comic book)
1980: Henry Tillman's New York
1981: Escape From New York
1982: Movie Madness
1983: World Trade Center Advertisement
1983: Bonjour Jeans Advertisement
1983: ASI Sufre Latino America (book)
1983: Marvel (comic book)
1984: Rebel (comic book)
1984: Leunig
1985: GI Joe
1985: The Year's Best Science Fiction (book)
1985: X-Men (comic book)
1986: Real Ghostbusters
1986: Wonder Woman (comic book)
1986: Crocodile Dundee
1986: Dream Machine
1987: Extreme Ghostbusters
1987: Fortune International Magazine
1987: Marvel (comic book)
1987: Lethal Weapon
1987: The Squeeze
1987: Beverly Hills Cop 2
1988: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
1988: Microsoft Flight Simulator Advertisement
1988: Sesame Street
1988: Die Hard
1988: The Shakedown
1989: WWF
1989: Universal Music - MC 900 Ft. Jesus - "Truth is out of style" 
1989: Batman: (comic book)
1990: Marvel Transformers (comic book)
1990: Die Hard 2
1990: Delta Airlines Advertisement
1991: Ozzy Osbourne
1991: Marvel X-Force (comic book)
1991: Terminator 2
1991: Tetrastar (game)
1991: Where tin the World is Carmen Sandiego
1992: Rugrats
1992: Universal Music- Bonemachine
1992: Revenge (comic book)
1992: AeroBiz SuperSonic (game)
1992: King of Monsters (game)
1992: US Air Airlines Advertisement
1993: The Simpsons
1993: Hustler Magazine
1993: The New Yorker
1993: Mort & Phil (comic book)
1993: Super Mario Bros Movie
1993: The Pelican Brief
1994: Fantastic Four
1994: Iron Man
1994: MAD Magazine
1994: Vice
1994: Universal Music- Jeru the Damaja
1994: Deathstroke (comic book)
1994: Urban Strike (game)
1994: Aero Fighter 2 (game)
1994: Jet Blue Airlines Advertisement
1995: The Tick
1995: Spiderman
1995: Microsoft Flight Simulator Advertisement
1995: Phillips Advertisement
1995: Illuminati Card Game
1995: Die Hard 3
1995: Seven
1996: Phillips Advertisement
1996: Babe Team (comic book)
1996: Long Kiss Goodnight
1996: AT&T Advertisement
1996: Die Hard Trilogy Game
1996: Jungle 2 Jungle
1996: Independence Day
1996: A Time To Kill
1996: The Juror
1997: Men In Black
1997: The Simpsons
1997: Universal Music - Air
1997: Donald Duck (comic book)
1997: Mario bros (comic book)
1997: FEMA Manuals
1997: Operation Delta Force III: Clear Target
1997: Turbulence
1997: Path To Paradise
1997: Face Off
1998: Pirelli Advertisement
1998: Prince
1998: American Airlines Advertisement
1998: Armageddon
1998: Enemy of the State
1998: The Big Lebowski
1999: Spiderman Unlimited 
1999: Fight Club
1999: Seven Days
1999: End of Days
1999: Pushing Tin
1999: The Matrix
2000: Batman Beyond
2000: An Extremely Goofy Movie
2000: Rugrats in Paris
2000: GE Advertisement
2000: Universal Music - Squad Five-O "Bombs Over Broadway"
2000: Liam Gallagher of Oasis on MTV promoting "New York Skyline"
2000: The 10th Kingdom
2000: The 6th Day
2000: NBC Sci-Fi Channel
2000: Saturday Night Live
2000: Pentagon Mass Casualty Project
2000: command & Conquer (pc game)
2000: Tall: Twin Towers
2000: Autumn in New York
2000: Disappearing Acts
2001: Johnny Bravo
2001: Cordant Technologies
2001: WTC Construction Manager (January)
2001: New York Magazine (March)
2001: X-Files "The Lone Gunman" (March)
2001: Jet Blue Airlines Advertisement (March)
2001: Warner Music (May)
2001: Universal Music (June)
2001: Warner Music - Coup (June)
2001: I Am The World Trade Center (July)
2001: Flexon Advertisement (August)
2001: Telegate Advertisement (September 9)
2001: The New Yorker (September 10)
2001: Warner Music - Dream Theatre "Live Scenes From New York" (September 11)
2001: Slayer "God Hates US All" (September 11)
2001: Jay-Z "The Blueprint" (September 11)
2001: Superman #596 (comic book) (September 12)
2004: George Bush on C-Span





That's it for now.   I'll be updating this post, I'm sure. Comment below to add to this list.


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