Conspiracy Theory: SUPERTRAMP’s “Breakfast in America” Cover Predicted 9/11

Conspiracy Theory: SUPERTRAMP’s “Breakfast in America” Cover Predicted 9/11

There are many conspiracy theories about the 9/11 event, but the one including Supertramp’s album art of Breakfast in America, which was released in 1979, may be the most interesting.

The theory goes that the masons were behind the September 11th attack on the World Trade Center, and that they have left the clue about the event on the album art of Breakfast in America.

Supertramp’s cover is a depiction of New York City skyline seen from an airplane; instead of the Statue of Liberty there is a waitress holding a glass of orange juice. The juice is positioned in front of the Twin Towers. If you apply the mirror effect to the picture, letters “u” and “p” from the logo look like 9 and 11.

The band’s name could be seen as a synonym for “great whore”—as in the Great Whore of Babylon, the embodiment of sin in the New Testament’s Book of Revelation. And even the title Breakfast in America tells everybody when the attacks would be coming; the first plane struck One World Trade Center at 8:45AM ET. If that’s not enough evidence, a plane is seen flying toward the skyline on the back cover.

Need more “proof”? Stanley August Miesegaes, the Dutch millionaire who financed the band in its early days, appears to be wearing a masonic pendant in a photograph.

Breakfast in America sleeve

Breakfast in America album art

1 Comment

  1. Ann Boelyn

    May 16, 2017 at 6:19 pm

    This is the stupidest thing I’ve ever read in the history of prog. Congratulations.

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