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“Gravity Falls”: A New Disney TV Show Loaded With Illuminati SymbolismBy VC | July 13th, 2012 |
The many articles on this site attempt to prove that the same set of symbols – those of the ruling elite – are being permeated across popular culture. While we often look at outlets intended for teenagers or young adults (such as movies and music videos), children are definitely not exempt of it. A blatant example is Disney’s new show Gravity Falls, a “quirky and endearing” cartoon about 12-year old twins spending summer with their Great Uncle Stan in Gravity Falls, Oregon.
The 40 seconds long intro theme alone is loaded with symbolism. Here it is.
First, Great Uncle Stan wears a fez, which is the hat worn by the Shriners – an appendant body of Freemasonry. As they like to say, all Shriners are Masons, but not Masons are Shriners.
Up until 2010, only 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Masons (the highest degree attainable other than the honorary 33rd) or Knight Templars of the York Rite could join the Shriners. This means that Grunkle Fez is most probably a high level Freemason. Therefore, he knows what’s the deal with all of these symbols. He knows.
I won’t start analyzing all of the episodes but here are some interesting shots from the first episode of Gravity Falls.
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.: UPDATE #2 :.There’s a tumblr post circulating around where some guy says a lot of word vomit and calls everyone disciples of Dan Brown. Yes as if Dan Brown created the idea of the Illuminati. By saying that you know this guy doesn’t do his research. Anyway, he says the Eye of Providence (the All-Seeing Eye) has no connection the Illuminati and the show is referencing the All-Seeing Eye because it’s the ‘Eye of God’. Well, that’s what we’ve all been told, so it makes sense that he actually believes this. To make a long explanation short though (because we’d have to get into the history of the Eye of Horus), the All-Seeing Eye came from the Freemasons. It’s in their lodges, in their art, and on their outfits. Now a couple hundred years ago, give or take, when the Freemasons were actually powerful and popular, and when this art really surfaced, higher degrees spoke of another more powerful group infiltrating the higher degrees. Hell, even George Washington spoke of it! This group was known as the Illuminati. All you have to do is make a simple connection to when the Eye of Providence was popularized, and when the Freemasons were infiltrated and you get your answer. He also said parents are trying to get the show off the air… well I’ve looked, and I didn’t find anything on that. So I assume he’s just making that up, trying to make it seem like ‘we’re all crazy and go to extreme measures to ruin everything’. Oh, he also doesn’t account for all the other symbolism used in the show. What about the Pentagrams? Or the Hexagrams? Or the Great Uncle saying weird shit like, ‘Who wants to put on blindfolds and jump in my van’? Yeah that’s a hilarious joke!
and – @reorganizedchaos – this isn’t some kind of game here. People who look for symbolism are wanting to show others that symbolism really is everywhere. It is not to look clever and show off to others. No shit this show places it intentionally. So if it’s not hidden symbolism, that means it’s not real symbolism? I think you’ve been way too pre-conditioned from all the other symbolism placement that you’re not thinking very logical anymore.