China McClain, a former Disney child star, has a thing or two to say about the spiritual side of Hollywood. And she’s saying it.
You’re supposed to believe Hollywood’s upside down crosses, pentagrams, Satan and demon costumes, are just for entertainment.
That it’s just a game. Harmless.
Don’t be fooled. Ms. McClain had this to say:
They know full well that God exists. They also know that Satan exists. They are just counting on ya’ll not to know. But either way, the things that you take in that they’re feeding you, they affect you, whether you realize it in the moment or not.
Here’s her statement on the topic.:
It's ALL coming out…drip, drip, flood
Disney Channel star China McClain talks about satanic worship in Hollywood pic.twitter.com/56W204EhvW
— Jeremy 🇺🇸 (@Jermdog74) April 12, 2022
Disney has a long history with the dark arts.
From Mickey’s early lessons as the Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Fantasia 1940), which includes Stravinsky’s pagan death dance, “The Rite of Spring”, audiences were introduced to Chernobog, the cult god of bad fate worshiped by the Polabian Slavs (eastern Germany).
In Sleeping Beauty (1959), a fairy named Maleficent called upon “all the powers of hell” to be transformed into a dragon.
From those subtle and nuanced beginnings, Disney has perfected the art of its deceptions for darkness.
In hindsight, we can see how coy Disney has been, introducing us to a little poison here and there.
Fast forwarded to 2022, and Disney’s radical agenda is being brought to light in a stack of headlines.
Think about this.
In the original Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent is the antagonist, the mistress of all evil. The uninitiated audience may not appreciate the occultism on their screen, but at least the evil character was recognized as such. King Stefan, the patriarch, is portrayed as a humble, loving father, and soft spoken man.
The roles are reversed by 2014.
In Disney’s revisionist retelling in 2014, Maleficent (played by Angelina Jolie) is no longer the embodiment of evil. Sure, she still looks the evil part, but in the revision, the antagonist is now King Stefan, a patriarchal figure. He’s manipulative, cruel, and tyrannical.
In a post-modern twist, Disney turned the evil Maleficent into something sympathetic and the patriarch, King Stefan, into a loathsome villain.
Doesn’t that sound like the inside out, upside down world today? What is sanctioned as good now was almost universally rejected as evil just a few years ago.
We’re conditioned to celebrate or at least sympathize with evil.
Over the decades, parents with discernment have been uneasy about the content Hollywood creates, but were summarily dismissed because this is just art and fantasy world fun. You know, like the “performance art” of Tony Podesta’s friend, Marina Abramovic. Nothing serious..
It’s the same ruse.
Some still fall for it
Hollywood and its initiated performers are not deceiving God. He has a strong opinion on this type of “art”:
Let no one be found among you who sacrifices their son or daughter to the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. Anyone who does these things is detestable to the LORD. Deuteronomy 18:10-14