Oh, those crazy conspiracy theorists. Sometimes it seems the stuff they can conjure up and try to piece together is amazing. For example, did you know that the cover art to Supertramp’s 1979 album “Breakfast in America” was an attempt by the Masons to subliminally prepare us for the future 9-11 attacks on the World Trade Center? Its true, at least according to a 2016 video posted by one such theorist.
According to the video, Stanley August Miesegaes was a 33rd degree Mason who hid clues about the future imminent attack in his cover artwork for “Breakfast in America”. The cover, which is one of the most well-known from popular music, shows a waitress posing as the Statue of Liberty with the New York city skyline, depicted by various breakfast items, behind her.
According to the video, one of the clues is the “Masonic” pendant the artist is wearing in a picture taken of the artist. Also, there’s the glass of orange juice that marks the Twin Towers as the target of the event to come, and its color is emblematic of the fireball that would later engulf the buildings. Another clue is that the bottom of the “U” and “P” in the band’s name are cut off and consequently, when viewed in a mirror, resemble 911, the planned date of the attack. Also, planes were used in the attacks and the cover art is clearly shown from the perspective of sitting in a plane.
If that’s not “proof” enough for you, well, just watch the video for yourself.