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The entire script of "The Lion King" is a carefully orchestrated picture of a pagan society with animals as the actors. Everything from the king and his heir down to the witchdoctor is acted out in the panorama of idolatry and pagan bondages. The struggle between good and bad IS a classic occultic picture of black and white magic. Even the relationship of the king and his evil brother draws attention to the pagan suggestion that Jesusand Satan were brothers.

Joseph R. Chambers, D.D., Lionking.org 34 Comments [5/31/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: abyssal_leviathin
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Forget Lion king

yes we must all not watch lion king its teaching to our children nothing but lies and deception, it brainwashes are children in to accepting occult and pagan practices,

2/24/2010 6:37:31 AM

Forget Lion king

yes we must all not watch lion king its teaching to our children nothing but lies and deception, it brainwashes are children in to accepting occult and pagan practices,

2/24/2010 6:38:36 AM

Forget Lion king

yes we must all not watch lion king its teaching to our children nothing but lies and deception, it brainwashes are children in to accepting occult and pagan practices,

2/24/2010 6:38:39 AM

Forget Lion king

yes we must all not watch lion king its teaching to our children nothing but lies and deception, it brainwashes are children in to accepting occult and pagan practices,

2/24/2010 6:38:39 AM

Forget Lion king

yes we must all not watch lion king its teaching to our children nothing but lies and deception, it brainwashes are children in to accepting occult and pagan practices,

2/24/2010 6:38:43 AM

Anon-e-moose

@Matilde

"One, the script of the movie is based on Hamlet and King Lear, in part."

"The Lion King" is actually a blatant ripoff of "Kimba the White Lion" by Osamu Tezuka (*genuflects*), thus the Disney version is referred to we anime fans as "The Lying King"

As for "Hamlet", it's a plagiarisation of the original story "The Tragedy of Khamlet, Son of the Emperor of Qo'noS". After all:

'You have not experienced Shakespeare until you have read him in the original Klingon.'

-Chancellor Gorkon, "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country"

"taH pagh, taH be?"

2/24/2010 7:37:33 AM



It's Hamlet, Hamlet played by lions and animals that looks suspiciously like Kimba the white lion characters.

2/3/2017 3:59:40 AM

creativerealms

@ Anon-e-moose

Any anime fan who knows the history of the Lion King wouldn't think that. Disney actually tried to get the licence to Kimba so they could adapt it and even thought they had the licence but didn't. While the similarities are there since they mixed it with Shakespere it is enough it's own creation. And pretty damned b=good. A few butt hurt anime fans just want a reason to complain. Come on Atlantis the Lost empire is far more worth complaining over. It was Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water for crying out loud. Never mind that both were inspired by Jules Verne work Disney was clearly ripping off Gainax and not some one note author.

I kid. I kid.

2/3/2017 4:09:24 AM

Anon-e-moose

Osamu Tezuka's "Jungle Emperor Leo". Also, Zecora in "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic".

So Josie is worried 'bout lions, you see?
When he hears about another: Aslan, he'll pee!

Arse Chambers thinks Lions equate with wicked Pagans, oh, my!
When he hears that one equals Jesus, his mind will fry!


2/3/2017 7:47:05 AM
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