Why does Disney (World, Land and Walt himself) continuously rear their cartoon heads with regards to various conspiracy theories? Disney is found to be tied in to research pertaining to Freemasonry, the Illuminati, the occult, satanism, luciferianism, MK Ultra, Monarch trauma based programming, etc.
Firstly, ask yourself why Disney movies, even and especially those cute little cartoons made for kids, are saturated with the occult. Why is it that so very many ex-Mickey Mouse Club / Mouseketeers have become celebrity actors and musicians whose works also revolve around the occult and/or immorality in general (think Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Justine Timberlake as mere examples).
For some background of this and how it ties in with MK Ultra / Monarch see our previous article
The purpose of this article is to note that Disney psycho-sexual programming is ongoing and also to get a peek inside of Disney’s exclusive and hidden (in plain sight) Club 33.
As seen in the slide show attached to this article, in the September 2012 AD music issue of Paper magazine Azealia Banks appears on the cover with a phone to her ear along with the words “For a good time call…Azealia Banks” [ellipses in original]. She is spreading her legs just as wide as they will go and covering her private area is what? A golden Mickey Mouse head which she is holding there as it hangs from a rope/chain.
Paper magazine’s Mikael Wood reports (Aural Fixation – We are eating up what Azealia Banks is spitting out):
According to Azealia Banks, the song “212” was born of some very bleak circumstances. The track…lays out a series of increasingly outrageous boasts…”Hey, I can be the answer…I been that ***** since the Pamper…I’m-a ruin you, ****”…
…she wrote it in response to feeling left out…”I had been dropped from [the English record label] XL. My manager dropped me. My boyfriend left me. I was starting to accept that my career was never gonna happen…So the song was just me, like, ‘**** y’all. Y’all not gonna help me? I’m gonna get it myself.'”
…the powerful black-and-white video for “212” — the one where she’s memorably rocking pigtails, cutoffs and a Mickey Mouse sweater…
“My generation, that’s just what we’re into,” she says. “When we got home from school, that’s how we kept up with each other: AOL, Zynga, Angelfire, Napster, **** like that.” Banks says her family got its first Internet connection when she was 9 or 10. “You’d be on there and you’d go to, like, sex.com!” She laughs. “You’re mad obvious with it when you’re a kid. You know how many times they probably sold sex.com? It’s like the go-to URL”…
“The music industry is like a machine…It’s always going…once you get in that machine you’ve gotta run with it. There’s a crazy inertia that’s been going for years and years and years, and it’s not gonna stop for you…The minute you stop working, that’s when you get stuck in the gears. And that’s when it grinds you up and spits you out… [expletives removed]
Seems that Mickey Mouse opened some doors for her. And speaking of Mickey opening doors, what about the doors to Disney’s Club 33?
Club 33 is a private club located in the heart of the New Orleans Square section of Disneyland. Officially maintained as a secret feature of the theme park, the entrance of the club is located next to the Blue Bayou Restaurant at “33 Royal Street” with the entrance recognizable by an ornate address plate with the number 33 engraved on it.
Much has been published and pondered about the “33” in the Club 33 name…
Official Disney Explanation:
If you speak with a Disney executive or cast member, the name was derived based solely upon the address on Royal Street. Occam’s Razor dictates that of the two competing theories, this explanation is the simplest and therefore the preferable.
Occam’s Razor is merely a dictum and actually provides no methodology whereby to conclude which theory is viable—which is not to say that it is a useless dictum. They also provide a Myths & Rumors page. Which provides, “several interesting concepts which have existed for years regarding the ’33.’”
One is that, “the number reflects the address of the club. According to the State of California Alcoholic Beverage Control rules and regulations, any establishment serving liquor, wine, beer, or spirits of any type must obtain a license for such. Said license must be issued to an exact address…Club 33” is a t “33 Rue Royale Street.” Fine but, of course, someone chose the location of the club to be at 33 street and/or randomly labeled the street name as 33.
Another theory is that 33 refers to 33 investors/companies (or the 33 out of 47 which voted in favor of supporting Disney in the early, financial troubled, days).
And there is the tie in with belief that Walt Disney was a 33 degree Freemason. A very well-known Masonic symbol is a two headed eagle with which is displayed the number 33 (or 32 depending on the degree being referenced—see slide show).
Well, at least an eagle was not used in conjunction with “33”…oh, right, well, except in the photo attached in this article’s slide show which shows a stuffed, taxidermied eagle atop of which is a sign noting “Maximum Occupancy 33.”
If this is all new to you then you have some rabbit trails into which you can dig. If you are familiar then you know that Disney, in various ways/levels/formats, keeps on producing more and more programming.
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