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Chet Hanks responds to conspiracy theory claiming that his father, Tom Hanks, is in the “Illuminati” by mocking people on Instagram.

Tom Hanks fell ill to the coronavirus during his stay in Australia and his son uploaded a video to Instagram letting people know that his parents were fine. However, the video showed Chet shirtless revealing a “All-Seeing Eye” tattoo and conspiracy theorists rallied.

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Many thought it was strange that instead of hiring a professional public relations expert to address the news that Tom Hanks and his wife had tested positive for COVID–19 here in Australia they instead opted to allow their son, Chet Hanks, to upload a video of himself talking about it.

People thought it was very unprofessional that Chet appeared shirtless in the video. “It’s a bit disrespectful, I think,” one person added. “He could have at least put on a shirt before ‘addressing the world’ about his parent’s condition.”

While some were questioning Chet Hanks’ etiquette others were more focused on his tattoos. In the center of his chest Chet had a massive tattoo of the Eye of Providence, which to some is known as the “All-Seeing Eye”.

Chet Hanks tattoos makes people believe Tom Hanks "Illuminati" conspiracy.

Chet Hanks tattoos makes people believe Tom Hanks “Illuminati” conspiracy.

Stranger Dimensions writes: “Also known as the Eye of Providence, the all-seeing eye is the symbol of a single eye encompassed by a triangle, often surrounded by shining rays of light. Its origins can be traced back to ancient Egypt and the Eye of Horus, and it usually holds a religious significance.

“In Buddhism, for example, Buddha is often called the ‘Eye of the World.’ In Hinduism, it is known as the “third eye” of Lord Shiva. And in Christianity, the triangle surrounding the eye is said to represent the Holy Trinity.

VIDEO: Chet Hanks, tattoos covered, addresses the Tom Hanks Illuminati conspiracy.

“According to Nigel Brown of the Freemasons, the all-seeing eye is ultimately ‘a reminder of the existence of a higher being.’ It is the all-seeing eye of God, or the ‘Great Architect of the Universe,’ watching over the entire world.”

However, some believe that this symbol has a much more sinister meaning and is used as a symbol for the ruling class of the world, otherwise called the “Illuminati”.

On top of him having some interesting symbology tattooed on his body there was another conspiracy theory that stirred the pot a little after going viral.

The conspiracy theory named Oprah Winfrey and Tom Hanks as human traffickers. It also alleged that Oprah Winfrey had been raided and arrested by the FBI, but she went on Twitter to debunk the rumours later that day.

Suffice to say that Chet Hanks had, had enough of the rumours and allegation surrounding his father, and took to Instagram and sarcastically admitted that his father, Tom Hanks, is in the “Illuminati” all the while mocking his haters.

Although Tom Hanks is been discharged from the Gold Coast Hospital in Queensland, Australia, his wife has confirmed that he’s not doing so great but is expected to be OK.

What are your thoughts on Chet Hanks’ Instagram video? Let us know in the comments below.

Dianne Andershttps://www.sausageroll.com.au/
I am a former, albeit small time, reality TV producer and currently living in Melbourne, Australia. Through my many years of working in television I've met some interesting people who you could call "insider sources". I still remember my days as a first A.D; kids, don't ever aspire to be first A.Ds. Follow me on Twitter @dianneoflaughter or send me an email to meet.d[email protected]

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