Gravity Falls for the Illuminati
It's no secret that the Walt Disney company promotes Illuminati propaganda on a regular basis, but most of its efforts are around subtle messaging rather than overt brainwashing. However, one of its more recent shows transcends this boundary and introduces a character that is nothing short of flaunting pro-Illuminati symbols. This show is Gravity Falls, and the character is Bill Cipher.
As the series' lead antagonist, Bill Cipher is considered a "dream demon" who can enter the minds of individuals, steal knowledge, and always watching people. Additionally, he is plotting for his "big day" and making deals to make that end goal a reality. Based on these traits alone, Bill is already the embodiment of the Illuminati, but what makes this character even more nefarious is his appearance. Bill is a pyramid with a single eye. In fact, Disney fully acknowledges that he's been modeled on the Eye of Providence. To make him cartoonish and attractive to a younger audience, they gave him a top hat and bow tie.
This brainwashing strategy isn't meant for older audiences, most of whom are already familiar with the conspiracy theory. Instead, it's intended to create a silly reference in the minds of children that will implant itself during those crucial developmental years. As those children grow up and begin to learn more about our flat world (and yes, it's very flat), they will be exposed to the truth about the Illuminati and the Eye of Providence. Unfortunately, the first reference that will come to mind is Bill Cipher, and it will be harder for them to acknowledge reality when they instantly connect it with a goofy caricature.
This is not a new trick the Illuminati uses. They've been doing it for decades through children's programs. Does anyone remember World Championship Wrestling's New World Order? Television has always been a medium for Illuminati brainwashing, and that's because it works. Just the other day, one of our correspondents reported that his son had been watching Gravity Falls and had made paper figurines of all the characters. Guess who his favorite was. Yep, it was Bill Cipher. And no, the little fellow didn't understand the dark symbolism behind the character's traits and appearance. Needless to say that our correspondent has deprogramming work ahead.
To everyone else, we say avoid programs like Gravity Falls and keep close tabs on what your children watch. Because one day, you're going to have to tell them the truth about the Illuminati and the world's future. Do you really want Disney making the first impression?