VIDEO: Are The Simpsons Predicting An EMP Attack & Comet Hitting Earth?

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We have talked before about The Simpsons and how some believe that the popular TV show has somehow predicted future events such as 9/11 and the ebola outbreak.

Recently, people in the conspiracy community have predicted that an event (or number of events) are going to happen in September 2015 in order to usher in the end of the world, or new world order (see here and here).

Two of the most persistent theories about September 2015 revolve around an EMP (electro-magnetic pulse) attack (which would wipe out all electronics and electric systems across several countries) and/or a possible meteor/comet/asteroid striking the Earth.

The Simpsons New Prediction?

Now, an episode of The Simpsons that originally aired January 6, 2013 (season 25, episode 9), cleverly entitled “Homer Goes To Prep School”, has begun to go viral around the internet.  The reason?  It shows Homer becoming a full on “prepper” as well as an EMP attack striking Earth, rendering all electronics useless.  The same episode also shows a massive comet striking Earth.

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Springfield is hit with an EMP attack

Many are saying that this episode is yet another example of The Simpsons knowing what the illuminati was going to do before the rest of us.  Though, it is important to note that this particular episode makes no reference to any specific date.

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A comet is shown hurtling towards Earth.

What is interesting is the fact that it does show a couple of events that many people have predicted may occur in September 2015.  After watching, let us know what you think in the comment section below!

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A zombie-filled comet is shown on an episode of “The Simpsons” flying towards Earth.

Watch clips from the episode “Homer Goes To Prep School” below:

Royce Christyn

Royce Christyn

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