9/11 Depicted Clearly in "Supertramp Breakfast in America" Album Cover (released in 1979)

August 27th 2012

By TheOccultTruth.com

Check this out! The "SUPERTRAMP Breakfast in America" album cover flipped in photo shop. You'll notice the 911 digits above the towers that look eerily similar to WTC1 and WTC2 in a port city with striking familiarity to NYC. The little building beside them might be the Solomon Brothers building or WTC7. All of the items portraying buildings in the city are all things you would see during breakfast and/or in a restaurant EXCEPT the twin towers and WTC7! The waitress is portraying The Statue of Liberty and is pointing to the towers with the saucer and orange juice representing Lady Liberty's torch, orange being the fire. No waitress would EVER carry a glass of juice like that on top of a saucer. There's also a depiction of Baphomet in the shadow of her hand and the people who control this world from behind the scenes are Satanists. Also, recall that the towers were hit during BREAKFAST hours AND the vantage point of the picture is FROM AN AIRPLANE WINDOW!! "Breakfast" on the waitresses menu is drawn with the exhaust of a plane or possibly a cruise missile AND the waitresses name is "LIBBY" symbolizing The Statue of Liberty. This album, (one of my favorites), was released in 1979!! The truth is stranger than fiction my friends...

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You can see the airplane/cruise missile on the menu better in this image. http://theocculttruth.com/index.php?supermode=gallery_view&previewm=1&a=1&image=120827072645_supertramp.jpg&screenres=1920-1200

Here are the lyrics from the title song "Crime of the century" from the album of the same name released in 1974:

"Now they're planning the crime of the century
Well what will it be?
Read all about their schemes and adventuring

It's well worth a fee

So roll up and see

And they rape the universe

How they've gone from bad to worse

Who are these men of lust, greed, and glory?

Rip off the masks and let's see.

But that's not right - oh no, what's the story?

There's you and there's me That can't be right"

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