One of the best ’90s shows was Saved by the Bell which followed a group of teenagers as they strolled through high school in a completely unrealistic realm, yet the plot line and theme song claim they deal with the typical struggles of a high school student. None the less, the show was a good time if you were into it back then (meaning you’re probably an ’80s baby). So I had much excitement to see that someone concocted up a conspiracy theory that claims the show was all just a dream in Zack Morris’ head. Cracked.com posted this one up in July 2012:
It’s nothing more than the escapist fantasy of a disillusioned young man named Zack Morris. Oddities or failures (Tori, Kelly dumping him) are simply signs of his subconscious trying to break through. Any problems he has in real life disappear when he’s in his dream world. The show even tells us, once every episode, what Zack’s real life is actually like in the theme song. The lyrics tell the tale of a day in the life of a high school student, stumbling through an unpleasant world of consequence. He starts in a panic:
By the time I grab my books, and I give myself a look, I’m at the corner just in time to see the bus fly by …And then later: If the teacher pops a test, I know I’m in a mess, and my dog ate all my homework last night.Riding low in my chair, she won’t know that I’m there.
As a summary of the show, the theme song makes no sense. Zack has never had a bad day at Bayside in his life. He’s never in a mess. Everything bounces off of him. If he’s unprepared for a test, he doesn’t ride low in his chair like some depressed teenager; he gets the teacher to turn the test into a bake-off, and then wins the bake-off by cheating.
It only starts to make sense when you look at the structure. The song begins with a bell taking the narrator out of his dream world:
When I wake up in the morning, and the ‘larm gives out a warnin’ …The middle of the song takes us through the narrator’s miserably realistic life at school. But then at the end of the song, right before the show about Bayside starts, he gets saved by the school bell, which frees him to go home, to a world where … … tomorrow it’ll be all right. It’s alright ’cause I’m saved by the bell.Thus, the song ends with Zack being released from the harsh realities of life by escaping to the one place where everything is all right for him. A place that exists in the border between today and tomorrow: the night time, when you sleep.
Each Saved by the Bell episode begins with a theme song that tells us what is literally happening in the real world in the time between episodes. Zack is riding low in his chair, not liking how he looks in the mirror and generally eating shit like any other high school student. Then the song’s chorus (and the title of the show) releases him to the fantasy world that both he and the show’s audience like so much better than real school: the infinite dream world of Bayside High. That dream world constitutes every episodes of Saved by the Bell, and it only exists in the mind of some awkward, pimply faced version of Zack Morris who can’t catch a break.
Seems plausible, right? I think so, it explains the show better than the claim that we’re watching any sort of real experience in high school. Shouldn’t be too surprising since this show was an offshoot of the Illuminati-riddled Disney company who originally called it Good Morning, Miss Bliss (which was at JFK High School originally; begging to be tied to conspiracy theories…).
The main character, Zack Morris graduates with an SAT score of 1502 (considered average), and then gets accepted to none other than Yale University; home of the Illuminati secret society Skull & Bones. Some claim that he wouldn’t have been able to get into Yale with that low of an SAT score. Mark-Paul Gosselaar plays Zack Morris, and some theorists claim that he and Paul Walker are one and the same. Not so obscure if you consider that Paul Walker was in the Skull & Bones in his film The Skulls, as discussed in my post about the Paul Walker death conspiracy theories:
There are claims that his film history shows ties to the secret societies, and therefore the Illuminati. He was in theFast and Furious import car films, which shares the same name as the ATF “Operation Fast and Furious” where there was a cover-up in the secretive op to trade guns with the Mexican cartel in order to track guns and theoretically arrest high ranking members of the Cartel. Walker was also in The Skulls which was about the Skull and Bones secret society at Yale. The Skull and Bones has ties with the right wing politicians, including members of the PNAC like Robert Kagan, and high profilers such as President George W. Bush (and also Democrat John Kerry; just to be fair).
Here’s an image of “Mark Paul Walker”:
Zack’s wingman Slater (played by Mario Lopez) was also implicated in a conspiracy that he and Mark Paul were killed in a car crash (eerily similar to Paul Walker) on OhNoTheyDidnt: Did you hear that Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Mario Lopez (Zack and Slater from Saved by the Bell) died in a car accident? You may have around 1993, when rumors of the stars’ demise spread like wildfire across the nation’s middle schools. (We won’t implicate our middle school by name, but we did have an honest-to-God moment of silence in English class.) Of course, the stars of Saved by the Bell are all doing fine, and have gone on to lucrative careers in amateur porn (Dustin Diamond), amateur dancing (Mario Lopez), and amateur porn-dancing (Elizabeth Berkeley). But the public’s thirst for grisly death rumors about beloved stars has not been sated; in 1999, Blue’s Clues host Steve Burns suffered a “heroin overdose,” and just a month ago Tom Hanks “fell off a cliff.” — Gwynne Watkins As that article points out, the other stars of the show went down that similar child-star-Disney path of doing odd and eccentric things, such as Screech starring in a porno, and Elizabeth Berkeley being a stripper in the film Showgirls.
Some claim that the Disney stars get doses of mind control and they break down over time and start doing wild stuff like drugs, or amateur porno. Dustin Diamond released a book about his experiences while filming the show, and claimed that he had sex with the VP of children programming:
Diamond also alleges in the book that he had sex with 2,000 women, one of them being NBC’s Vice President of children’s programming, Linda Mancuso, who was 18 years his senior.
Dustin Diamond was also involved in an incident where he allegedly stabbed someone (as of this writing he’s awaiting trial).
Lark Voorhies was also rumored to be suffering from mind control problems, with a string of odd interviews, as reported by Gawker:
We aren’t even caught up to the most recent chapter, because then in November, Voorhies went on Entertainment Tonight to refute everything. She was described during the report as “charming” and rambling.
Here we can see Lark is the only one showing us the ‘666’ hand gesture, so maybe that’s telling of some particular mind control treatment done to her?… From the Decoding Illuminati Symbolism: The All Seeing Eye and 666 Hand Gesture post:
Chapter 24 of Texe Marrs’ Codex Magica book goes into detail about this controversial symbol. He says the ‘OK’ sign has the ‘O’ which is symbol for the sun, while it also symbolizes the female genitalia. In tantric yoga this gesture shows spiritual and physical ecstasy. I already showed how Aleister Crowley was into yoga in my post devoted to his magick trance on the entertainment industry: Getting back to Crowley, his interest in the occult and magick continued and he proceeded in seemingly innocuous activities such as yoga and Tantra. These activities are practiced by celebrities and are viewed as some kind of New Age, peaceful actions; but their roots are more evil than that. Even though yoga is good for clearing the mind, it pushes an anti-Christian concept of finding God within you, which abandons Christian teachings of following the true Creator and glorifies the person themselves. The Tantric practices are another form of sex magick, which is simply a ritual. These themes will come up again, since Crowley was able to push this agenda of promoting the importance of “self” over religion. The three extended fingers are claimed to represent the connection to the divine, or the feminine triple goddess. The Satan worshipers are believed to think the three fingers show the unholy trinity between the horned god (aka Moloch, or Ba’al), the goddess (aka Semiramis or Whore of Babylon), and their offspring: the Antichrist. The Satan worshipers would view the circle as the symbol for their sun deity; Lucifer, or the illuminated one. They call this the symbol of the Divine King, and make reference to it on the dollar bill with the Latin phrase ‘Annuit Coeptis’, which means ‘He approves our undertaking.’
And here is a promo image showing the Illuminati triangle of manifestation behind her:
Here is a reversal of the theme song where you can hear it say “And I miss my Satan, we’re all saved”:
We can also see that a bell is part of the mind control rituals by the Satanists, as pointed out by Fritz Springmeier in his book The Illuminati Formula Used to create an Undetectable Total Mind Control Slave:
An example of an important ritual to demonize the victim is the baptism of the child victim to Satan. Satan may be called Set in the ritual. There are variations on this ceremony, so a victim’s personal baptism may vary in some or all of the details. This is actual variation of the ritual done to Monarch mind-controlled slaves: The child is stripped nude and given a purple robe. It is placed inside the pentegram, and an “altar” which is made by a nude woman or child is brought forward. A horse or jackal is inscribed with the inscription “Nebebka” on the neck or forehead. Then the animal is sacrificed to whatever name the group is using for Satan (such as Set or Saman). The abdomen of the beast is split open completely, and the liver removed. The 4 spirits of the 4 watchtowers are invoked. The slave child being baptized is smeared with fat from the dead beast. The Gatekeeper spirit is called by ringing a bell. Then the child is placed into the animal’s belly.
It’s also in another part of the Satanic ceremonies:
One of the secret ceremonies to invoke demons comes from The Book of Beasts. It is an ancient ceremony to summon demons. The ceremony begins with reading the Tetragrammaton Elohim, the Creature of Judgement is invoked, as well as the 9 mystic names of the dead. A child is skinned and sacrificed. The Book of the Old Faith is read from. And then the demons are dismissed and a bell rung in the 4 directions. Monarch slaves recall the stench of the demons, and the roar that they make when invoked.
Ed Alonzo played ‘Max’ who was a magician on the show, and we all know the Illuminati believe in magic as reality. They cast spells, perform invocations of spirits, etc., and they attempt these publicly on shows like this so that the young and impressionable become part of the ritual (think Harry Potter with kids running around and emulating real spells). So it turns out that in Dustin Diamond’s book that he claims Ed Alonzo performed some kind of Illuminati-sex magick (homosexually here; as Aleister Crowley practiced) with Neil Patrick Harris. From 11Points:
This one was probably my favorite. It’s about Ed Alonzo, who played the mostly useless character of Max (owner of The Max) during the early years of “SBTB”. Max would always do magic on the show, which corresponded to Alonzo being a magician in real life. Well… Neil Patrick Harris has always been a big fan of magic. (Now, as an adult, he’s on the board of LA’s famous Magic Castle… and all the magic that Barney does on “How I Met Your Mother” is inspired by Harris’s real-life skills.) So, according to Diamond, “[Alonzo] wound up spending a lot of time with Harris. A lot of time. For a while they were inseparable, going away to perform magic together, conjuring their mystical spells of enchantment. It wasn’t until years later that Neil Patrick Harris announced he was gay.”
Crowley was always a prominent member of the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO), and introduced homosexual sex magick initiations for high degree members. He was promoted through the ranks very quickly because of his ritual experience and contacts made with the spiritual world in Egypt. Shortly after buying the Boleskine estate, Crowley and his wife spent time doing rituals in Egypt and believed they communicated directly with the Egyptian god Horus.
And finally, we can see on the cover to the soundtrack to the show, there are three 6’s on the cover artwork:
Thanks to commenter Daniel, we’ve got an image with multiple pieces of symbolism: the occult symbolism of duality with the Freemasonry black and white pattern on the shirts (there was a chess championship in the episode), the horns of Moloch (I think Screech is doing it?…), and the 666 hand gesture:
Also, there is the film Brotherhood of the Bell that details a secret society known as the Bell, so obviously I’m going to tie that to Saved by the Bell with a subtle cue to the cult “saving” lives:
The film depicts a successful economics professor, Dr. Andrew Patterson, who discovers that an elite fraternity he joined as an undergraduate is really a callous banking and business cabal that obtains wealth and power for its members through nefarious practices.
William Ramsey goes through portions of the film in his documentary Occult Hollywood, so go check it out:
UPDATE 28AUG2014: Lifetime is debuting a made for TV film about the secret lives of the Saved by the Bell team on Sept. 1st but you can check out the first five minutes here:
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