Billions of unwitting parents place their children in trust before Disney each year, without any knowledge of the corporation's history. In this exposure I provide examples of how Disney, from its inception, has insidiously decimated family values; and examine esoteric links to deMolay International (Knights Templar).
Walt Disney was the 107th member of Mother Chapter of DeMolay, and joined in March 1920, at the age of 19, just as the DeMolay program was taking shape. Being one of the “Dad” Land’s boys, he knew DeMolays founder Frank S. Land (who would become his “esteemed advisor and life-long mentor”) very well. Disney was also a member of the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC).
Today, deMolay is an International Organisation headed by the Freemasons for young men ages 12 to 21 and has more than 1,300 chapters in the world. The Order of DeMolay derives its name from Jacques deMolay (c.1243 – 18 March 1314), the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar. Most people are unaware that Walt Disney was an elite Jew. Or that his extended Jewish bloodline encompasses possession of esoteric secrets relating to psychology and hypnosis, embodied and personified at Disneyland.
From 1932 to 1935 there were 5 DeMolay comic strips created, featuring Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Horace, and other early Disney characters participating in meetings of Barnyard Chapter, Order of DeMolay.
Although they bore Walt Disney’s branding signature, one of his many illustrators, Fred Spencer, also a former member of DeMolay, was credited with creating these strips. These were published in The DeMolay Cordon, the monthly magazine about DeMolay, for DeMolays.
Freudian subliminal messages are saturated everywhere in Disney products, in both animated and cinematic productions. In this segment, I reveal subordinate influences penetrating beyond the mind's eye; directing psychosexual suggestions, anchoring and stimulating compulsion yet remaining illusive to rationalised awareness of consciousness.
subliminal messages embeded within disney products are endless, research the internet; there are many websites, youtube channels attempting to expose, with campaigners getting supressed and deplatformed with copyright infringement notices.
The heroes and heroines of most Disney movies come from unstable family backgrounds; most are either orphaned or have no mothers. Few, if any, have only single-parent mothers. In other instances, mothers are presented as “bad surrogates” eventually “punished for their misdeeds.” There is much debate about the “reasoning” behind this “phenomenon”; mostly centred around a smokescreen of disinformation.
Which one of these troubled allegories epilogues you're despondence?
No (or 'absent') mother
- Pinocchio: Pinocchio — no mother.
- Peter Pan: The Lost Boys — no mother, so they appoint Wendy as their mother.
- The Sword in the Stone: Arthur, or “Wart”, has no parents.
- The Rescuers: Penny — no parents, but gets adoptive parents by the end.
- The Great Mouse Detective: Olivia Flaversham — no mother.
- Oliver & Company: Jenny Foxworth — her mother is mentioned to arrive in time for her birthday, but is not shown.
- A Goofy Movie: Goofy is a single father to his son Max. His mother's absence is not explained.
- The Little Mermaid: Ariel and her 6 sisters — no mother. In the direct-to-DVD prequel The Little Mermaid: Ariel's beginning, their mother appears early in the movie but gets killed by a pirate ship.
- Beauty and the Beast: Belle — no mother.
- Aladdin: Jasmine — no mother; a mother character was originally written for Aladdin's character, but was ultimately cut, so he has no parents, although he finds his father in Aladdin and the King of Thieves.
- The Emperor's New Groove: Emperor Kuzco — no parents present, assumed dead (since “Emperor” is a hereditary role).
- Stitch & Ai: Wang Ai Ling and Jiejie — no mother and father. The Wang sisters' aunt, Daiyu, tries to take over as Ai's caretaker in the series, to their resistance.
- Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!: Chiro — no mother and father.
- Pirates of the Caribbean (film series): Elizabeth, Jack — mother referenced as dead (Elizabeth's mother is noted by her father's ghost but never seen), Will — mother mentioned having died, father is “Bootstrap” Bill Turner.
- Ratatouille: Remy — no mother, had a father. Linguini — mother was not shown on screen and is mentioned to have died. His father was the late master chef Auguste Gusteau.
- Pucca: Pucca — no mother and father.
- Phineas and Ferb: Ferb Fletcher — biological mother not mentioned, had a father Lawrence and step-mother Linda.
- Tron: Legacy: Sam Flynn — no mother. No father for the majority of his life as well.
- Wreck-It Ralph: Ralph — mother was mentioned.
Stepmothers and mother-figures
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Queen Grimhilde.
- Pinocchio: Blue Fairy
- Cinderella: Lady Tremaine.
- Enchanted: Queen Narissa.
- Phineas and Ferb: Linda Flynn-Fletcher
- Big Hero 6: Aunt Cass.
Mother killed, died and/or captured
- Dumbo: Mrs. Jumbo is locked up for the majority of the movie, but is not killed.
- Bambi: Bambi — mother killed by a hunter.
- The Jungle Book: Mowgli — his mother Raksha, killed by Shere Khan.
- The Fox and the Hound: Tod — mother killed by a gunshot.
- The Little Mermaid: Ariel, Attina, Aquata, Andrina, Arista, Adella and Alana — their mother Athena, killed by pirates.
- Pocahontas: Pocahontas — no mother (mentioned only; revealed to have been dead for years).
- The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Quasimodo – mother killed by Frollo.
- Tarzan: Tarzan — mother, (and as well as father), killed by Sabor.
- Atlantis: The Lost Empire: Princess Kida — mother, killed while trying to save Atlantis from its first fate. Father dies of internal bleeding in the movie.
- Brother Bear: Kenai, Koda and Denahi — no mother and father. – Koda's mother was killed by Kenai and Sitka fell to his death in the ice.
- Frozen: Elsa and Anna — mother (as well as father) killed in a shipwreck, leaving Elsa devastated. Kristoff — revealed to be an orphan.
- Beauty and the Beast (2017 remake): Belle — mother died from the plague
- Big Hero 6: Hiro Hamada — mother (as well as father) died when he was 3 years old and his brother Tadashi was killed in a fire.
- Amphibia: Sprig Plantar and Polly Plantar — mother passed away when they were young.
- Dumbo: Mrs. Jumbo — single mother of Jumbo Jr., a.k.a. “Dumbo”.
- Bambi: Faline — mother of twins Gurri and Geno.
- The Lion King: Sarabi — mother of Simba; Sarafina – mother of Nala; -Nala — mother of Kopa, Kiara, and Kion.
- The Lion King II: Simba's Pride: Nala – Kiara's mother; Zira — mother of Nuka, Vitani, and Kovu.
- The Lion King 1½: Ma — Timon's mother.
- One Hundred and One Dalmatians: Perdita — only to the original litter of 15 puppies.
- The Rescuers Down Under: Cody's mother (name not mentioned) — single.
- Bolt: Penny's mother (name not mentioned) — single.
- The Aristocats: Duchess, mother of Toulouse, Marie, and Berlioz.
- Beauty and the Beast: Mrs. Potts, single mother.
- Mulan: Fa Li, Mulan's mother.
- The Princess and the Frog: Eudora, Tiana's mother.
- Tangled: Queen of Corona, Rapunzel's mother.
- Brave: Queen Elinor, mother of Merida.
- Lady and the Tramp: Lady — mother of Scamp, Annette, Collette and Danielle. Jane Brown — mother of James Brown Junior.
- Toy Story (franchise): Andy's mother (name not mentioned)
- Treasure Planet: Sarah Hawkins. Mother of Jim l. Father left the family.
- The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea: Princess Ariel — Melody's mother.
- Peter Pan: Mary Darling — Wendy, John, and Michael's mother.
- Phineas and Ferb: Linda Flynn — Phineas and Candace's mother.
- Return to Never Land: Wendy — Jane and Danny's mother.
- Sleeping Beauty: Queen Leah, Aurora's mother.
- Hercules: Hera.
- The Hunchback of Notre Dame II: Esmerelda — Zephyr's mother.
- The Emperor's New Groove: Chicha — mother of Chaca, Tipo, Yupi
- The Incredibles: Helen Parr/Elastigirl — mother of Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack Parr.
- Meet the Robinsons: Lewis's mother (name not mentioned) — single. Franny Robinson — mother of Wilbur Robinson; Petunia Robinson — mother of Laszlo and Tallulah Robinson.
- Honey, I Shrunk the Kids trilogy: Diane Szalinski, mother of Nick, Amy, and Adam Szalinski.
- Zootopia: Bonnie Hopps, mother of Judy Hopps.
- Kingdom Hearts: Sora's mother — only her voice is heard.
- Kim Possible: Dr. Ann Possible, mother of Kim, Jim, and Tim.
- American Dragon: Jake Long: Susan Shi Long – Jake and Haley's mother.
- Star vs the Forces of Evil: Moon Butterfly – Star's mother. Angie Diaz — Marco's mother.
- Big City Greens: Nancy Green — Cricket and Tilly's mother. Alice Green — Bill's mother.
- Coco: Mamá Imelda, Miguel's late great-great-grandmother, Héctor's wife, Coco's mother, and the matriarch of the family; Abuelita, Coco's daughter Elena (Miguel's grandmother); Mamá Coco, Miguel's great-grandmother and the daughter of Héctor and Imelda; and Mamá, Miguel's mother
- Moana: Sina, Moana's mother, and Tala, Tui's mother and Moana's paternal grandmother
- Onward: Laurel Lightfoot — Mother to Ian and Barley Lightfoot.
Adoptive mothers and legal guardians
- One Hundred and One Dalmatians: Perdita — only to the other 84 puppies.
- Tarzan: Kala — Tarzan's adoptive mother.
- Lilo & Stitch franchise: Nani Pelekai — Lilo's older sister and legal guardian.
- The Jungle Book 2: Messua — Mowgli's adoptive mother.
- Bambi II: Mena — Bambi's adoptive mother.
- Meet the Robinsons: Lucille — Lewis' adoptive mother.
- Tangled: Mother Gothel — An example of an evil adoptive mother.
- Big Hero 6: Aunt Cass — Hiro and Tadashi Hamada's aunt and legal guardian.
A prevalent urban legend explains the phenomenon resulted from the death of Flora Disney, mother of Walt and Roy Disney, who perished in 1938 due to a gas leak in the house the two brothers had recently purchased for her. This, however, is demonstrably false. The so-called phenomenon had been present in Disney canon from before Flora's 1938 death, with the presence of the Evil Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which released in 1937.
Convicted child sex offender John Shirley, a former DeMolay adult leader (Dad) of a masonic Florida youth group, molested 16 teenage boys connected to his DeMolay chapter. According to prosecutors, he purposely lured troubled teenagers to his St. Petersburg DeMolay chapter and then “groomed” them for illicit purposes.
He provided them pornographic videos to watch on the VCR in his apartment, encouraged them to masturbate, and fed the boys a steady diet of alcohol and pills. When the teenagers were too drunk to resist, prosecutors said, Shirley sexually abused them. Shirley was also accused by a DeMolay brother of giving alcohol to DeMolay boys, and taking pornographic pictures of them whilst they were at a DeMolay Masonic youth camp.
Shirley former DeMolay “Dad”, John Shirley, was convicted in Criminal Court and sentenced to multiple life terms in the Florida Department of Corrections after being found guilty of molesting sixteen young boys (27 of 36 felony charges and 13 misdemeanours). Victims and their parents sued DeMolay International, and settled their lawsuits for many millions of dollars using deposition testimony given by David J. Lettelier.
Mickey Mouse Club
The Mickey Mouse Club is an American variety television show that aired intermittently from 1955 to 1996 and returned to social media in 2017. Created by Walt Disney and produced by Walt Disney Productions, the program was first televised for four seasons, from 1955 to 1959, by ABC.
The Mouseketeers were a group of children that starred in all three inceptions of Mickey Mouse Club; here we examine the downfall careers of these Mouseketeers.
Born in the Bible Belt of Mississippi, where socially conservative evangelical Protestantism is a particularly strong religious influence, she was baptized as a Southern Baptist and sang in a church choir as a child. As an “adult”, she has studied Kabbalist teachings. At age eight, Spears, and her mother Lynne travelled to Atlanta, Georgia, to audition for the 1990s revival of The Mickey Mouse Club, but casting director Matt Casella rejected her as too young. In December 1992, she was cast in The Mickey Mouse Club alongside Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling, and Keri Russell.
In June 1997 executives from Jive Records returned calls to Spear's manager; a senior vice president of A&R had said about Spears's audition that “it's very rare to hear someone that age who can deliver emotional content and commercial appeal…For any artist, the motivation—the 'eye of the tiger'—is extremely important. And Britney had that.” Spears sang Houston's “I Have Nothing” (1992) for the executives, and was subsequently signed to the label.
In May 2006, she announced she no longer studied Kabbalah, explaining, “my baby is my religion”. In February 2007, Spears stayed in a drug rehabilitation facility in Antigua for less than a day; the following night, she shaved her head with electric clippers at a hair salon in Tarzana, Los Angeles. She admitted herself to other treatment facilities during the following weeks.
Spears has helped several charities during her career, including Madonna's Kabbalah-based Spirituality for Kids. Spears also regularly participates in Spirit Day to “combat bullying” of LGBTQ youth and bullying. Spears has had a direct influence on singer Porcelain Black's work after growing up around her music as a child. Black describes her music as a “love child between” Marilyn Manson and Spears.
Lindsay Lohan was born in the Bronx borough of New York City, and grew up in Merrick and Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, New York. Lohan began her career as a child model with Ford Models at the age of three. Lohan stared in Disney's 1998 family comedy The Parent Trap, a remake of the 1961 movie. She played dual roles of twins, separated in infancy, who try to reunite their long-divorced parents.
In 2003, Lohan starred alongside Jamie Lee Curtis in the 2003 remake of Disney's family comedy Freaky Friday, playing a mother and daughter who switch bodies and have to take on each other's roles. In early January 2007, production on the film I Know Who Killed Me was put on hold when Lohan underwent appendix surgery. Lohan withdrew from a scheduled appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in which she had been due to promote I Know Who Killed Me, a psychological horror-thriller in which she stars as a stripper with a dual personality.
Lohan spoke about her turbulent childhood in 2007, the same year her parents finalized their divorce: “I feel like a second parent in the sense that I helped raise my family … I was put between my mother and father a lot.” Between 2007, and 2009 she admitted that she had cut off contact with her father, describing his behaviour as unpredictable and hard to deal with.
Bynes described herself as Jewish, and also stated: “As far as religion, I was raised both. I learned about both Judaism and Catholicism. My parents said it was up to me to decide (which faith to adhere to) when I grew up”. Her mother is Jewish, and was born to a Canadian couple whose families were from Poland, Russia, and Romania. In 2006, Bynes starred in a gender bending, feminist, sport comedy film She's the Man, based on William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. She portrayed Viola Hastings, a girl who pretends to be a boy to play with the boys' soccer team after her team gets cut at her school.
Amanda Bynes has also been in the midst of a public meltdown, hitting headlines for her erratic behaviour. Even her parents were allegedly worried she may be suffering from schizophrenia. In October 2014, Bynes accused her father of emotional and sexual abuse in a series of tweets; when her parents protested their innocence, Bynes tweeted that her father had never abused her, but:
Bynes also talked about burning down her family home and told her friend that he was so gay it hurt her feelings. The Audio was subsequently sold to TMZ, then TMZ approached her parents who encroached TMZ to release the audio to inform the public of the dire situation that she was in, to get medical professionals in to institutionalise her.
In July 2013, Ventura County sheriff's deputies detained her after she allegedly started a small fire in the driveway of a stranger in Thousand Oaks. She was hospitalized under a 72-hour mental-health evaluation hold. Bynes' parents filed for conservatorship of their daughter shortly after her hospitalization began. In August, Bynes' mother was granted a temporary conservatorship over Bynes' affairs.
She also came into further controversy after tweeting that both Barrack and Michael Obama and Rihanna were UGLY, she later apologised whilst claiming these tweets had wrecked her career, but I wouldn't personally argue against her UGLY tweets about the Obama's and Rihanna, would you?
The Florida legislature passed the Parental Rights in Education bill which reinforces the fundamental right of parents to direct the care, education and upbringing of their children. The legislation, HB 1557, now awaits Governor Ron DeSantis’ signature.
LGBT activists and their allies – including Disney – were angry about HB 1557, which keeps teachers from inappropriately sexualizing children and mandates that schools tell parents if their children are struggling with physical, mental or emotional issues, such as internal conflicts about sexual identity.
Disney CEO Bob Chapek announced the company would donate $5 million to LGBT-activist groups, and he said, “I called Gov. DeSantis this morning to express our disappointment and concern that if the legislation becomes law, it could be used to unfairly target gay, lesbian, non-binary, and transgender kids and families.”.