Thursday, 25 October 2007

Disney and Satanism

David Icke linked an interesting short video to his website yesterday: an excerpt from a sermon delivered by a Brazilian preacher on the subject of Disney and Satanism. A counter-intuitive combination, you might think... unless, of course, you've seen Steve Wilner's film on the subject of mind control, whose name temporarily escapes me and which seems to have been removed from his blog. (If anyone knows which of Steve's vids I'm referring to, please let me know and I'll put the link up.)

I've been interested in Disney and the conspiracy ever since investigating some of the urban myths about the movie 'The Little Mermaid' for an article I wrote last September. Pastor Josue Yrion reiterates the best known of these: the towering phallus with which a mischevious illustrator decided to personalise the movie's promotional artwork. (There's an article on the subject here.) He also mentions the subliminal message apparently embedded in 'Aladdin', audible only when the relevant frames are slowed down, which has the blue-skinned djinn commanding 'Good teenagers take off your clothes.'

Pocahontas, we learn, is an Indian word meaning 'Spirit invoked from the abyss', used to summon the power of the Devil. But his strongest words, as we might expect, are reserved for The Lion King: a favourite with the conspiracy crowd for reasons which we may well explore on another occasion. As well as boasting an allegedly effeminate lion- the brainchild of 'a homosexual film producer who later died of AIDS'- the film is allegedly scored by the arresting New Age music of Shirley McLaine; quite a claim considering Elton John's saccharine contributions are some of the best known in recent celluloid history. On the famous S-E-X subliminal, on the other hand, in the dust cloud formed as Simba collapses on the edge of a cliff for a nap, the pastor's sources seem a little more reliable.

The most interesting of his revelations, however, is the report written by one Dr James Dobson concerning a recent Mickey Mouse video. Its name, according to Dobson, is 'Growing up Gay' and contains exhortations to teenagers by a Disney spokesman to explore 'the wonderful world of homosexuality.' And as if this wasn't bad enough, Michael Eisner, the corporation's CEO at the time of the release, is claimed to have left his wife of long-standing for a man to whom he was subsequently married in a civil ceremony at Disneyworld, Florida.

Whether or not these claims are true, Disney's reputation as a conduit of conspiratorial weirdness would take several pages to fully explore. A good place to begin might be a recent article by fan favourite Miss Hoi Polloi, who discovered that an early investor in Disneyland was none other than Monsanto, the biotech company leading the world in the production of genetically-engineered seeds. The corporation sponsored several attractions at the resort's futurist attraction Tomorrowland: whose 1957 'House of the Future' has the dubious honour of being many people's first exposure to microwave ovens. The Tomorrowland logo, she notes, is the tau cross, used by the Sumerians to denote their proto-saviour Tammuz, and still popular with Freemasons. In fact, Disney's Masonic connections are numerous- a subject for another time- but best summarised in the name of the members-only restaurant in Disneyland's New Orleans Square: Club 33.

As an aside, those who have followed my articles on the 'disappearance' of Madeleine McCann may be interested to know that Alex Woolfall, the first of several PR specialists to be entrained to the case, was also the man hired by Monsanto during the storm over GM food; strange bedfellows indeed.


10 comments:

Michael said...

Concerning Disney's portrayal of homosexuals: the villains are gay. That nasty lion, and of course Aladdin's Jafar, the conniving grand vizier. As is the vile Wormtongue who plays the identical role in Tolkien's ring trilogy. Considering the many rumors of Walt's own sexual preference, it reminds me of certain Cardinal double standards.

FilmNoir23 said...

Willner's video is
The Phoenix, The Jinn and the Manchurian Candidate

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ha7FETuebjU

FilmNoir23 said...

The Disney story is one of the deepest and darkest secrets our country has to offer (in my mind anyway).

The "33" Club just blows my mind. I remember the first time I looked at the website, I couldn't stop shaking my head...

Thanks VERY much for this Ben

hoi polloi said...

True, very true. I do recall Springmeier saying that Disney had a strange obsession with the posterior. The staff edited out many of his cruder jokes from cartoons apparently.

BTB said...

No worries, Todd: you're welcome.

By the way, did everyone enjoy the appended Winnie the Pooh vid? Very silly... but it made me smile.



ATB,
Ben

P.S By the way, any further such revelations re: Disney will be much appreciated. Definitely something to research further.

FilmNoir23 said...

Hmmm, let's see...Bears, Honey, Looking Glasses, and SATAN...are you kidding me? I LOVED IT

Newspaceman said...

Hiya Ben, You could almost imagine that Madeleine somehow finds her way home, safe and unharmed. Disney approach the McCanns, ask for film rights with Tom Cruise to play Gerry and Bono as the priest. Richard Branson, Rowling, Beckham etc will play themselves as heroes.

Same sort of plot as the cat and dog one, its name escapes me, where they travel miles home.

When my nephew visits, he sits on the PC watching clips from Disney films, once called cars seems to be his current favorite - it seems like a giant futuristic Herbie.

Inspirational to read you again,

cheers

Atlantean Times said...

The Icke Factor is interesting in this case... I never have been able to wrap my head around the whole reptilian saga but i can recommend a good book on Dragons that I bought and read recently. It's called Dragons A Natural History & it's by Dr Karl Shuker... it's got a lot of nice illustrations of the different types of Dragons and there were many all over the planet... It would seem every culture had it's own brand of Dragon with a lot of sharing of Dragons between cultures as they blended together by war or otherwise. Interestingly many Dragons were not Dragons in the modern sense of the word at all. Many appeared as worm or snake like creatures.. I know this has bugger all to do with satanism or disney but any article that starts with the words David Icke grabs my attention....

later gav...

aferrismoon said...

I saw the latest CRIMINAL MINDS episode called 7 SECONDS, which relates a story of a girl , Katie, abdusted at a mall. A couple of images struck me, a pale mauve child's cardigan, given to the sniffer-dogs to investigate, and then a lone-pinky-mauve balloon floating mid-mall

Crackpot! said...

It appears that my previous comment has been zapped.

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