The Newport Tower

The Newport Tower
Medieval stone tower ... in Rhode Island. Does it look like any other Colonial structure you've seen? Recent carbon dating of the mortar indicates 1400s construction date (see post below).

The Westford Knight Sword

The Westford Knight Sword
Medieval Battle Sword ... in Westford, Massachusetts. Can anyone deny the pommel, hilt and blade punch-marked into the bedrock?

The Spirit Pond Rune Stone

The Spirit Pond Rune Stone
Medieval Inscription ... in Maine, near Popham Beach. Long passed off as a hoax, but how many people know the Runic language? And how is it that some of the Runic characters match rare runes on inscriptions found in Minnesota and Rhode Island? Carbon-dating of floorboards at nearby long house date to 1405.

The Narragansett Rune Stone

The Narragansett Rune Stone
Medieval Inscription ... in Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay. This Runic inscription is only visible for twenty minutes a day at low tide--is this also the work of a modern-day, Runic-speaking hoaxster?

The Westford Boat Stone

The Westford Boat Stone
Medieval Ship Carving ... in Westford, MA. Found near the Westford Knight site. Weathering patterns of carving are consistent with that of 600-year-old artifact. And why would a Colonial trail-marker depict a knorr, a 14th-century ship?

The Kensington Rune Stone

The Kensington Rune Stone
Medieval Inscription... in Minnesota. Forensic geology confirms the carvings predate European settlement of Minnesota--so did Runic-speaking Native Americans carve it?

The Hooked X Rune

The Hooked X Rune
Medieval Runic Character ... on inscriptions found in Maine, Minnesota and Rhode Island. But this rare rune was only recently found in Europe. This conclusively disproves any hoax theory while also linking these three artifacts together.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Disney and The Goddess

Instead of posting about a new artifact, I wanted to share some research I've been doing regarding the ancient secret societies and their belief in the need for duality (a balance of male and female) in the godhead.
I believe that many Freemasons and other members of secret societies aren't aware that their organizations are carrying forward the ancient secrets regarding Goddess worship and the belief in the need for duality in the godhead. But Walt Disney was a high level Mason who knew all about this stuff and imbedded these themes in his stories. If you look at the Disney films like "Snow White" and "Sleeping Beauty," the storyline is always about a prince who can not effectively rule his kingdom until he finds his princess (who I believe  represents Mary Magdalene). Blocking this quest is the evil stepmother—the usurping “mother” who really is not a mother at all (representing the “Mother Church,” claiming to be the bride of God). The kingdom is dysfunctional until finally the evil stepmother is overthrown and the princess takes her rightful place aside the prince/king, thus creating balance and happiness in the land.

Flash forward a few decades to some of the more modern Disney films, and this theme continues and is expanded upon. In Zodiacal terms, the Age of Pisces (which began with Jesus and followed the age of Aries) is now ending and the Age of Aquarius is dawning:

When the moon is in the Seventh House
And Jupiter aligns with Mars
Then peace will guide the planets
And love will steer the stars
This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius
(The Fifth Dimension, from “Hair”)

So Disney in 1989 releases “The Little Mermaid.” Again, the prince Eric can’t effectively rule his kingdom until he finds his princess, Ariel. The twist, of course, is that Ariel lives under the sea (again, with no mother). Eric needs to turn to the water, or Aquarius, to find this goddess and usher in a time of happiness.  (For those who think this movie is anti-feminist, note that the worst thing that happens to Ariel in the movie is that she "gives up her voice" in a deal with the evil Ursula.)

If you think this is a stretch, take a look at the film at the point where Ariel is singing “Part of Your World.” During the song she is looking thru her treasure chest. In addition to jewels and heirlooms, she pulls out a portrait of Mary Magdalene. See image below. A random coincidence?
"Magdalene with the Smoking Flame" by Georges de la Tour


A Colorful World said...

Not totally convinced about this...I do understand about certain Disney symbolism, though, and know that there is a lot more going on behind the scenes in the entertainment industry than most people realize.

David Brody said...

Not to try to convince you, Marie, but there is a longer discussion of this subject here:

To me, the portrait of Mary Magdalene among Ariel's treasures simply can not be a meaningless coincidence.

ModernGolfer said...

Yes, Freemason are aware. Very aware, LOL...

Nancy said...

I saw the Disney post last week and thought it was one of the silliest things I'd read in a long, long time.
But my kids started watching a movie on Netflix the other night. Hearing tidbits about a runic inscription, explorer grandfather, and the coast of iceland, I had to peek my head in to see what they had on. It was a Disney movie (Atlantis).
The kids lost interest about a half hour into the film, but by then we saw a Maltese/Templar style cross on the main character, a bunch of academics who refused to hear him out, and we were introduced to a character named Helga Sinclair.

I know Mr. Disney was dead a lot of years before either Mermaid or Atlantis were released, but maybe there is something to your theory after all....

David Brody said...

I'm not claiming to have all the answers, Nancy, but I do enjoy asking the questions!

Karla Akins said...

Fascinating. I'm so glad I found this blog and author. More, more!

I agree. That is just way too interesting about that portrait. Why that one? Why not Mona Lisa or Girl with the Pearl Earring? But that one? Hmm. Me thinks something is afoot.

Personally I don't watch Disney movies and never allowed my kids to growing up because I do think the messages are there but I never saw a connection like this. Keen eye you've got there, Mr. Brody.

Unknown said...

Just found this blog - it's awesome and thanks for doing it! I agree with your view of the Disney movies, however most of these stories - Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Little Mermaid - are very old stories. If you try to find older versions you'll be surprised at just how much more symbolism you'll find there. These are the last shreds of the ancient pagan beliefs, hidden from Christian eyes.

David Brody said...

Thanks, Heidi. I did not know the older versions of these fairy tales were filled with the same kind of symbolism. I'm going to have to check this out!

Matt Smith said...

Here is a 360 view that makes it possible for you to pick up, move and zoom into the Kensington Runestone.

360 view of Kensington Runestone

David Brody said...

Thanks, Matt. That is a cool feature!

ufo 3d said...

Great post