The Little Rascals (TV) 1922-1944 & AMBLIN 1994 Film

Our Gang
'Our Gang (also known as The Little Rascals or Hal Roach's Rascals) is an American series of comedy short films chronicling a group of poor neighborhood children and their adventures. The films were created by studio executive Hal Roach, who was best known as the man behind the comedy duo Laurel and Hardy. The series was produced in various formats from 1922 to 1944 and is noted for showing children behaving in a relatively natural way.'

The very first episode of 'The Little Rascals' was broadcast back in 1922. Below is a still from that episode.

It wasn't until the early 1930's that the programme really became popular and gathered a cult following. Having reviewed dozens of episodes from the 1930's and 1940's, Octozone conclude that 'The Little Rascals' was a Paedophiliac Predictive Programming operation. Given that the series ran from 1922 to 1944, it would take us several months to break down every single episode definitively! So, instead we have provided a random cross section of symbolism associated with this programme.

This is probably one of the most iconic occult images from this programme. The year was 1932.

The High Master with his "All Seeing Eyes".......It is the hypothesis of Octozone that the 'All Seeing Eye' may infact not symbolise the Illuminati at all - but was originally used to symbolise and signal paedophilia throughout the decades and that may well be still the case today? It can also be said that paedophilia is part of the Illuminati, so that symbol denotes both activitives depending on the context in which it is used. In this website we have provided additional research and evidence to support this hypothesis. We have observed specific pattern recognitions where 'One Eye' symbolism is used to signal paedophilia programming (particularly in USSR/Sovient Childrens' movies) and 'The Little Rascals' is one such TV programme.

The first is:

Year: 1930 - Programme: "When The Wind Blows"

One of the major Paedophiliac symbols in Hollywood is the DOG and in most cases it represents a MAN. Indeed, we believe that "Our Gang" / "Little Rascals" may well be one of the first children's TV programmes to use it. The most famous dog in "Little Rascals" was "Pete" or "Petey"

Pete the Pup
'Pete the Pup was a character in Hal Roach's Our Gang comedies (later known as The Little Rascals) during the 1930s, otherwise known as "Pete, the dog with the ring around his eye", or simply "Petey". The second Pete was an American Staffordshire Terrier named Lucenay’s Peter. He was well known for having a circled eye which was added by Hollywood make-up artist Max Factor'

In this scene, a boy is standing next to Pete watching his brother being punished for being naughty.

Note the body language of the dog . Note the prolonged shot on the dog who has been trained for specific movements. This is signaling before the predictive programme is shown. Obviously note the very strong numerology.

Year: 1932 - Programme: "The Pooch"

This is a good example of how they use "Tail" symbolism with dogs. Note the cinematography/camera angles and use use of the dogs' tail to signal.

Watch the sequence from this point for 20 seconds (Play it repeatedly until the predictive programme becomes clear to you).


In this sequence, note the symbolism of the mouth movements. I don't need to spell it out as to what is being signalled.

Watch the sequence from this point for 5 seconds


Year: 1930
- Programme: "When The Wind Blows"

More examples of 'Dog' symbolism.

Note the way the actor has been coached and instructed to use the 'One Eye' in this scene. i.e. Sending a signal.

While lying together, 'Pete the Dog' attempts to pull one of the boys from the bed with direct OCTO signaling above the dog's head (figures of '8'). Remember, this is 90 years ago, I repeat, 90 years ago.

Pete will not let up and the boy is forced to flee the room through the window. But Pete finally gets what he wanted.

Children in different states of dress can be observed in different programmes:

Other Symbolism

Always letting you know who is behind this!

"Beating an Egg" scene..........................


Year: 1932 - Programme: "Birthday Blues"


Physical punishment of children is another common pattern observed in "The Little Radicals". Some of them are actually quite difficult to watch (depending on one's sensitivity) as they can be somewhat lengthy scenes.

Another scene from that programe:


The end credit image of "The Little Rascals". Again, more 'DOG' symbolism with a direct signal............................


On the film set as a young boy, the show's star "Alfalfa" had serious behavioural issues which may point to trauma in his life? Later in life he was killed in self defense due to his violent temper. It is most curious that his grave stone has a Masonic symbol both left and right. I can't find any reference as to why this is so? But note it's appearance again in 1994 in the AMBLIN movie 'The Little Rascals'. Many of the child actors on 'The Little Rascals' of the 1930's ended up with drug problems, many died young.


AMBLIN Entertainment - The Little Rascals 1994

'The Little Rascals is a 1994 American family comedy film produced by Amblin Entertainment, and released by Universal Pictures on August 5, 1994. The film is an adaptation of Hal Roach's Our Gang, a series of short films of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s (many of which were broadcast on television as The Little Rascals) which centered on the adventures of a group of neighborhood children.'

Anytime you watch a film by Amblin Entertainment, pay very close attention. They are experts at embedding OCTO codes in their films and generally rely heavily on gematria/numerology to communicate such codes. To expore the symbolism of AMBLIN, click on the link below.

AMBLIN Entertainment


There is a scene of particular note in this movie where "Alfalfa" is running away from bullies. It is what Octozone have termed 'The Y-Front' scene. That is, a prolonged scene of a boy in his white Y-Fronts put in different positions and poses - and he is usually being 'hunted'. It is a predictive programming method that Hollywood has used time and time again. So, let look at this sequence - It's 3 minutes long:

Remember the grave stone of "Alfalfa" above?



It may seem like a rather bizzare symbol, but the 'Y-Front' symbol is no different to a Dog, Ladder or Table Lamp. It's just another symbol in that regard. However, it has a long and established history in terms of Paedophiliac symbolism and signaling. For example:

Carter's Trigs Y-Front Symbolism - 1940's & 50's - Artist Unknown

Another example of a Hollywood movie which has a prolonged 'Y-Front' scene is:

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules - 2011

Review scene here: 3 minutes


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