Curious George and the Ebola Virus

Curious George and the Ebola Virus
Curious George and the Ebola Virus

Has anyone seen this? This doesn’t seem like a coincidence to me at all. I really wish people will consider this as a possibility because something is definitely wrong with this picture. Once again, The Simpsons has predicted a global event. This time it’s the Ebola epidemic. It is the book shown in the episode “Lisa’s Sax” which aired in 1997. Marge Simpson tries to convince Bart to go to school by trying to make him feel better by reading a story titled “Curious George and the Ebola Virus”.

The book is about a monkey who was brought from Africa to the USA by “The Man with the Yellow Hat”. Just like the Ebola virus, George was taken from Africa to the USA. His name, George, could hint the Georgia Guidestones. I suggest you do your research on the granite monument that clearly conveys a set of ten guidelines. More like murder!

Georgia Guidestones
Georgia Guidestones

In the original book, George ends up in the hospital, just like the first Ebola victim in the USA, Thomas Duncan. In the wikipedia, it says that George was brought or taken back to the USA. This would mean it was a deliberate action. If George represents the virus (originated by monkeys?), then the man with the yellow hat is the carrier, Thomas Duncan.

The Man with the Yellow Hat was never mentioned by name for six decades. However, in the 2006 film “Curious George”, the man was referred as “Ted”.

Now, lets dig deeper.

The man who brought George from Africa has the name of TED, right? Let us look at the man who brought the virus from Africa: Thomas Eric Duncan. Yup, you read correctly. His initials spell “TED”.


So again, subliminal messages are constantly shown in cartoons, movies, television, etc. It’s all over the place. All you need to do is WAKE UP!

My motivation:

Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them (Eph. 5:11).


One thought on “Curious George and the Ebola Virus

  1. Here’s an update: There has been a book written in 1999. The books name is Absolute Zero by Frederick Aldrich. The description reads as follows:

    “Ebola. The very sound conjures up hideous images, images that cannot begin to convey the horrors of the disease itself.

    An African man carrying the virus has arrived unhindered in Dallas. Experts assure the public there is no cause for fear. But is there really nothing to fear?

    is the tale of an attack on America, of an unlikely hero who saved millions. One man, his life as ordinary as any among us, did something he could never have anticipated, something he never intended. It is a cautionary tale for those who believe that biological weapons are unlikely to be used here. Pray that it never comes to pass.”


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