Movies, TV shows, and music videos are filled with Illuminati codes and symbols. Some of these are mere reminders that they are everywhere and others are warnings and/or confessions. The order bombards us so much with these that it's difficult to decipher them until it's too late. Well, we here at IW identified one such symbol that was warning the world of an impending danger and we didn't catch it until it was too late.
On Friday November 13, 2015 ISIS launched a terrorist attack in downtown Paris that resulted in 130 people killed. According to the media, this attack came without warning and was unprecedented. Initially, we thought that the date (having occurred on Friday the 13th) was the Illuminati's calling card. We've learned much more since then and have determined that Pixar movies had been warning us of the Paris attacks all along.
Pixar films such as "Toy Story", "Monsters University", "Ratatouille", and "Cars 2" contain a series of numbers, A113, which can be found throughout. The series often appears on license plates such as Mater's (rusty tow-truck from Cars) and Andy's mother's minivan (Toy Story and Toy Story 3). Those are just a couple of examples. In truth, A113 can be found all over the place in Pixar movies, so much to the point where the studio provided an "explanation" to the observant eye. They claimed that the series was the number of an old classroom used by many of the animators when they were training. That sounds plausible enough. However, it doesn't override the number's darker message.
A113 can be interpreted like this. Let's start with the "A" which also happens to be the first letter of the alphabet. The "A" can also represent "1" for that reason. This would alter the sequence to appear as 1113. Insert a slash between the numbers and you have 11/13, aka the date of the attacks.
Now, the skeptic will say that this is just a silly coincidence and that we here at IW are off our schizo meds. To them we say we're perfectly sane. In fact, we're saner than your average individual because we have freed ourselves from brainwashing. And we'd also like to add that we have more.
We're going to focus our attention now on the rusty tow-truck character from "Cars" and "Cars 2", Mater, voiced by Larry the Cable Guy. Mater happens to be one of the most likable Disney characters from the past decade whose license plate number is A113. In the first "Cars" film, the license plate appears mostly as just another subtle placement for the number. However, in "Cars 2" things become more serious.
For Pixar fans, "Cars 2" was a nightmare. The movie had a poor plot which focused more on Mater than Lightning McQueen (red race car voiced by Owen Wilson). When released, critics slammed it as a thinly veiled marketing blitz for toys and noted that it was Pixar's first bad movie. We here at IW know better.
The "Cars 2" storyline took the characters around the world and got them involved in an international espionage scheme. This plot was necessary in order to get Mater to Paris. Once in the French capital, the rusty tow-truck drove around flashing his A113 license plate. This was the moment when the numbers acquired real significance because Mater was there as a spy working to stop an international terror plot.
The "Cars 2" Paris scene was a warning. Mater's traversing the city in order to obtain information to save lives was really meant to tell us that something bad was going to happen in that city on November 13th, which it did four years after the film's release. As with other tragic events, we didn't heed the signals in time.
To add insult to injury, "Cars 2" was not the first warning. A113 could be seen in Pixar's "Ratatouille" but not in such an obvious context.
All we can say is to stay on the lookout and that you can never read too much into anything. We will continue our efforts to decode movies and entertainment as you will continue yours. Be vigilant and take care.