So many theories, a lot are quite interesting actually. Here are the ones that caught my eye:
The 'Stan' Theory
"Turns out the Glasses from the circle may NOT represent Stan. In a screenshot of the page where Gideon summons Bill Cipher, there is a message pointing to the Glasses, saying that Bill has been watching him for weeks. The glasses represent the writer. However, since Stan wears the glasses, and Bill says he remembers Stan, it is completely possible that Stan IS the writer! His fez with the symbol may represent a secret society dedicated to discovering the mysteries of Gravity Falls. Stan’s tattoo may be something all members have, or something magical.
I support this theory.
Remember last time Fallers, I told you to make note of Bill's messages? One message said:
"1-there is a secret socIety in gravity falls......." - Bill's message, Rumble's Revenge cryptogram
So it is entirely possible.
The 'Symbol Opposites' Theory
"I don't know if anyone's brought this up here yet but on the picture of Bill surrounded by the symbols in the circle, do you think the symbols that are opposites of each other contrast each other like in a color wheel? For example, the shooting star is directly across from the symbol on Stan's hat. So Mabel and Stan are opposites. And Dipper's pine tree is directly across from the symbol on Robbie's hoodie, so they could be opposites too. I dunno, its just a thought." - Theory sent in by Anonymous, from http://gravityfallsdecoded.tumblr.com
The 'Soos Knows' Theory
"'Soos knows what Stan is hiding behind the candy machine. That’s why his reaction was “BO-RING!" when he saw that memory in Stan’s head.'
The 'Super Secret Gravity Falls Police Agents' Theory
"In the episode “Irrational Treasure," Sheriff Blubbs calls into some camera security room saying "We’ve got a code--something" (I couldn’t get the last part) and a guy wearing a headset says "What!? And what are you doing about it?" Blubbs then says, "I’m following them right now." Then the guy replies coldly, "Find them and stop them. There’s no room for error."
Some time later, Blubbs says to his other deputy, "Maintaining this cover rep is the mission we’ve been training for our entire careers!" Stating that they’ve been obviously been doing this forever and are presumably stationed at Gravity Falls and have been acting useless for so long, for the soul purpose of hiding the towns secrets.
The 'Mabel is the Key' Theory
"Before you just pass it off as crazy, just read. I have proof.
The 'They're All in On It' Theory
"It’s like a Once Upon A Time thing: the whole town is in on it and they don’t even know it, like sleeper agents. While they aren’t completely sure (or simply don’t know what to do with the information they’ve found), Grunkle Stan, Soos,
The 'Experiments' Theory
"OK so I sort of said this on my fanfic blog (a-book-called-3) but I’m gonna explain it here. There are multiple experiments, as shown here:
But what if it’s not the first experiment we’ve seen?
A copier which can clone things?
An arcade machine whose characters can come to life?
A pinball machine that can shrink you down?
Slenderman in Gravity Falls
Slenderman in the episode The Legend of the Gobblewonker: Uh, puh-lease. He isn't there! The picture below is just photo shopped.
When you watch the episode, you'll see for yourself that he isn't there.
Almost time for trivia! Later my fellow Fallers~
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