Walt Disney has accomplished numerous truly amazing feats when it comes to deceiving people, seeming to provide exciting yet wholesome entertainment while delivering witchcraft and occult mind control right into their homes.
Disney has been able to achieve this by skillfully creating characters, screenplay and plots carefully crafted to lead people to think along certain lines, using powerful subliminal messages, imagery and symbolism, of occult, witchcraft, pagan, Illuminati, masonic, sexual and other satanic origins. The borders separating good and evil are blurred and good is made to seem evil, boring or just plain wrong, while evil is presented as good, or somehow interesting, fascinating, glamorous, exciting and desirable.
Disney has taken fairy tales, fables, legends and stories from all over the world, and applying various themes to places, nature, animals, and characters both real and fantasy, along with appealing music and lyrics, creatively manipulated and packaged to cater for their evil agenda. Many of these fairy stories are quite dark anyway, but Disney has cultivated the expertise to make them even darker.
Colourful witches and wizards abound in Disney productions. From Queen Grimhilde in the first Disney film Snow White in 1938, through Madam Mim in The Sword in the Stone, and Cruella De Vil, to the 2014 film dedicated to the life story of the witch Maleficent, almost every Disney film has some type of witch.
In Disney’s Little Mermaid, Ariel signs a contract with the evil witch Ursula – or sells her soul to her? – in exchange for being human so she can marry her prince.
There is a plethora of demonic pagan gods and temples with some impressive imagery. Time and again the hero and/or heroine is seen to visit them to consult them, but the God of the Bible is almost always missing from the equation. For example, in the true story, Pocahontas converted to Christianity, yet in the Disney movie, she visited a temple to consult with demonic pagan ‘nature’ gods and goddesses.
Fantasia is full of demonic imagery and mythological characters. In this cartoon, the third that Disney made, and in its sequel, even good beings are depicted as creatures connected with mythology (which is, in fact, demonology) such as satyrs, aka centaurs or fauns, a half-human half-goat creature which is actually a representation of the ‘god’ Pan, who is actually the devil. As usual, there is no mention whatsoever of God the Creator.
Mulan has a guardian which is a red dragon, thus leading adults and children to believe that Satan, who is portrayed as a red dragon in the Bible, will guard, help and protect them rather than destroy them.
In the Aladdin song, “A Whole New World” Aladdin wants to take the Princess away with him and sings “I can open your eyes, Take you wonder by wonder, Over sideways and under, On a magic carpet ride, A whole new world, A new fantastic point of view, No one to tell us no, Or where to go, Or say we’re only dreaming”.
Disney’s “Magic Kingdom” is in fact – in line with the devil’s compulsion to imitate God – a satanic counterfeit of God’s Kingdom.
Far from being sound family entertainment, in Disney stories, unhealthy relationship models abound. Frozen is one of the most popular animated Disney films of all time and many know some of the songs by heart, especially “Let it Go”. The message given is that children should not be afraid to be themselves and should never apologize for who they are, which seems fine, only Elsa did almost kill her sister and then, with the help of her parents, simply erase her memory.
In the hugely successful Pirates of The Caribbean movies, Disney has presented pirates, who are in reality thieves and murders, etc. as something glamorous that children want to imitate, to act out and dress up like them, and even want to be one.
We will discuss Walt Disney himself and his connections to the dark world in Part 2.