SICK AND TWISTED BEDTIME STORIES
Every evening, our heads are filled with violent and frightening bedtime stories told to us by the bankster owned news media.
What kind of violent and frightening bedtime stories are we telling our kids? The theme of the most popular, classic children’s stories are child abuse and neglect, cannibalism, murder, dismemberment, decapitation, suicide, mutilation, beastiality, infanticide and drug addiction.Disney studios have sanitized many of the children’s classics and turned them into animated blockbuster movies containing not-so-sanitized subliminals.
Hansel and Gretel – Child abuse, Cannibalism and Murder
In Hansel and Gretel, the cruel step mom of two children persuades their father to abandon them. Lost in the woods, the kids stumble upon the gingerbread house of an evil child-eating witch. The witch captures the kids, locks them inside a cage and fattens them up so she can roast them for dinner like stuffed turkeys. The kids trick and murder the witch by pushing her into a flaming furnace where she is burned alive.
Legend of Sleepy Hollow – Violent Decapitations
In the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, a headless horseman rides through the night searching for victims and chopping off their heads.
Little Red Riding Hood – Murder and More Cannibalism
On her way to grandma’s house, a little girl wearing a red hood meets a wolf who gives her wrong directions. The wolf gets to grandma’s house first and eats grandma. He then dresses up in her clothes, fools Little Red Riding Hood and eats her, too. A woodsman appears out of no where, cuts the wolf open and frees the uninjured Red Riding Hood and her grandmother from the wolf’s belly.
Cinderella – Child Abuse, Neglect and Dismemberment
Cinderella is a poor girl who is treated like a slave by her cruel step mother and step sisters after her dad dies. Along comes a “spell casting” fairy god mother with beautiful clothes and a pumpkin carriage to get Cinderella to a famous ball where a handsome prince falls in love with her. The spell ends at midnight, so she dashes away but leaves behind a glass slipper. The prince searches for the girl that fits the slipper and finds her – Cinderella.
In the Grimm brothers version, the big-footed step-sisters cut off parts of their own feet to force the glass slipper to fit them – hoping to fool the prince. They are punished when two pigeons who peck out their eyes. The step sisters spend the rest of their lives as blind beggars.
The Pied Piper – Infanticide
A village is overrun with rats. A Piper arrives dressed in clothes of pied (a patchwork of colors) and offers to rid the town of the vermin.The villagers agree to pay a vast sum of money for his service. He plays music on his pipe which draws all the rats out of the town. When he returns for payment – the villagers refuse to cough up the cash, so the Pied Piper decides to rid the town of kids too!
The Little Mermaid – Suicide
In the Hans Christian Andersen version, the mermaid falls in love with a Prince, takes a soul potion (drug) but despairs when he marries a princess. The mermaid is offered a knife to stab the prince to death, but instead, she commits suicide by jumping into the sea and turning into froth.
In the Disney animated movie version, the priest has an erection while performing the wedding ceremony. http://www.helpfreetheearth.com/news103_Disney.html
Snow White – Murder, Mutilation and Cannibalism
The “spell” casting Queen asks a huntsman to kill Snow White and bring her heart back as proof of the murder. Instead, the huntsman returns with the heart of a boar. In the original tale, the Queen asks for Snow White’s liver and lungs – which are to be served for dinner that night!
Alice In Wonderland – Drug Addiction
Lewis Carroll, the freemasonic author of Alice in Wonderland takes children on a “trip” – a drug trip. Alice falls down a rabbit hole into a world of hallucinogetic animals and objects where time and space “slow down”. She meets a Caterpillar who smokes from a water pipe (hookah) commonly used to inhale marijuana and opium. The Caterpillar entices Alice to eat the (magic) mushroom. She finds a little bottle marked “drink me” filled with a flavorful liquid (drug) that alters her body after she drinks it.” On page “33”, the story says, “One side will make you grow taller, and the other side will make you grow shorter.” Alice is lost in a (drug induced) dream state in which she feels “stupid” and “tired”.
Magic potions are drugs. They are commonly found in children’s classics like Sleeping Beauty and The Little Mermaid.
Beauty and the Beast – Beastiality
The seeming inner beauty of this story and animated film is a slimy cover-up of the hideous indoctrination imposed on children by the Masonic underworld.
Disguised as a love story between Belle and the inner prince, the relationship is developed while the prince is a clawed beast with a goatee (like satan). The only human scene occurs at the very end. The story illustrates that it’s okay to have an intimate relationship with a beast (Satan). The Walt Disney Company does an amazing job of hiding that message behind the stunning animation and music. Beast and Belle spend several months together cohabitating out of wedlock.
Gaston, the hunter in the Disney story shoots animals for fun and mounts their heads and skins in his lodge. He is closely followed by three ditzy, sleezy “girl toys”.
Harry Potter – Black Magic and Witchcraft
Young Harry is given a strange mark (like the Biblical 666 mark of the beast) on his forehead. “Through the sacrificial goddess magic of his mother’s love, baby Harry is saved and his blood (bloodline) is given magical powers. The Potter stories contain elements and philosophies found in pagan, celtic, druid and satanic religions. Shape shifting, human sacrifice, bloodlines, magic wands, spells, trances, curses, Masonic symbolism and the dark arts are woven throughout the Potter series.
A tail feather from the Phoenix bird – a symbol of Satan’s resurrection is used by both Harry and evil Lord Voldemort in their magical wands, symbolizing, as some critics say, that the source of their “white” magic and “dark arts” powers come from the same place. Children are seduced by the power that Harry and others in his world possess. Calling it “white” witchcraft makes it look innocent.
in the fourth book entitled Flesh, Blood and Bone, “Harry is magically transported with his friend Cedric to a dark, scary graveyard. There, Harry is tied to the headstone of Lord Voldemort’s father’s tomb by Voldemort’s slave, Wormtail—”a shapeshifter” who takes the form of a rat. A slithering snake circles around Harry. Following an order to kill from a voice of unknown origin, the slave utters a death curse. In shock, Harry witnesses the murder of Cedric.”
The Wizard of Oz (Osiris) is another mind altering “trip” into a world populated with witches, evil spells, a wizard and Masonic symbolism.
A classic children’s prayer from the 18th century is sure to cause nightmares and insomnia if the demonic fairytales don’t do the trick.
Now I lay me down to sleep,
I pray the Lord my soul to keep;
if I should die before I wake,
I pray the Lord my soul to take.