The Illuminati also commissioned the production of Fantasia, a popular Monarch mind-control programming tools.
Here are some of the more popular examples:
The Little Mermaid – Priestly Erection
During a wedding scene in which the groom is MK-Ultra’d by an evil witch, the priest performing the wedding ceremony appears to have an erection. Disney have since redrawn the scene sans-boner.
The Little Mermaid – Penis on Cover
Poster and cover art for the same 1989 animated film caused controversy when someone who looks for these sort of things noticed that the castle’s golden towers looked like giant penises. The phallic symbols were removed from later editions.
The Lion King – Sex in the Sky
Stars in in the sky massing together to spell out the word ‘sex’. Disney claimed it was inserted by its in-house special effects group and meant to represent “s.f.x.”, a signature meaning “special effects”.
The Rescuers – Rescuers Topless
In the 1977 version of The Rescuers, another group of rogue disney animators signed their work, this time by inserting two frames of a topless woman. (not really visible in the above screenshots, because this isn’t that sort of site, but they are clearly visible in higher resolution images if you are older than 18 and know how to use Google images)
This one the company took quite seriously and recalled all versions of the film in early 1999. It was reissued with the offending images removed.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit – Jessica no panties
The 1988 Disney film Who Framed Roger Rabbit also cause some controversy when some enterprising fan watching the film frame by frame noticed Jessica Rabbit went commando. The ensuing controversy led an once-again surprised Disney, once again redrew the scene with Jessica wearing more appropriate undergarment.
Tangled – Sex
Hunchback of Notre-Dame – Sex
The Lion King – Sexy Girl
Short video compilation of subliminal messages inserted in Disney cartoons
Subliminal Messages in Cartoons
Running Time : 5 min 38 seconds
The above looks at subliminal messages in Disney films and is followed by a short segment dedicated to Spongebob Squarepants not so subliminal sexual double entendre. I’ve been noticing these in quite a few cartoons, from Bugs Bunny right down to modern Teen Titans.