Just to prove my point, let’s talk about The Wizard of Oz. Is this family classic just a family classic, or could it be classic witchcraft?
First, you notice that all the witches in the movie are actually directional. For example, the house landed on the wicked witch of the east. Dorothy was hounded by the wicked witch of the west. Then she was helped by the good witch of the north. Logic would have us believe that if the wicked witches were from the east and west, then the good witches would be from the north and south. Yet, you are never introduced to the “good witch” from the south. Not once in the movie does the “good witch” from the south appear. Why?
The answer may lie near the end of the movie. Do you remember how the good witch of the north helped Dorothy get home? Dorothy was discouraged because she found that the Wizard of Oz was really a fake, and all hope of her returning home was gone. Then the witch of the north told Dorothy that she had the power latent inside her to go home all the time. According to satanic teaching, it says, "Say unto thine own heart, ’ l am mine own redeemer. ’ ‘’ Would we dare think that sweet, little Dorothy may have learned that everyone has a latent power to perform good magic? Could she have subtly been the fourth witch? […]
Dorothy finds herself seeking occult guidance throughout the whole movie. Who could ever think one bad thought about the sweet, innocent girl who would sing, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” before the rainbow was used as a symbol for the New Age movement? By the way, for some of you who do not know what the rainbow means in the New Age movement, it means basically the arch or bridge that leads from the natural to the supernatural. […]
SYMBOLISM BEHIND THE WIZARD OF OZ
They followed the yellow brick road. Yellow is often used as a color to refer to gold. There is only one place I have ever heard about golden streets- that is Heaven. (Remember, her house did spiral northward.)
This golden road led Dorothy and her friends to the Emerald City, where the all-powerful and all-knowing wizard lived. Omnipotence and omniscience are two attributes that belong only to God. They found that the all-powerful and all-knowing wizard was a fake. He was just a man that people had elevated to become a supreme being. In a world filled with agnostics who are confused about the existence of God, could this be a reference to God? See, God is all-knowing, all-powerful, and yet many would have us to believe God does not exist; that He is just an elevated person that we created to be a supreme being.
The final thing to consider is the pure dose of humanism as the end result. After finding out that the wizard was a man, they found out that they had all the power inside themselves. The Tin Man really did have a heart; the Cowardly Lion really was not a coward; the Scarecrow had the ability to think the whole time; and Dorothy had the ability within herself to go home any time. […]
Did you know that witchcraft is family oriented? That’s right, witchcraft today is rated “G.” Top family movies, like Witch Mountain, Escape to Witch Mountain, and Return to Witch Mountain, by Disney are all family oriented.
The Care Bear Movie had a witch in it, as did The Little Mermaid. (Again, don’t say they were bad witches unless you believe there are such things as good witches.) These are just a few of the hundreds of “G” rated movies that do not have vulgarity and nudity, but are loaded with witchcraft. Did you know that the Billy Graham film , The Prodigal, was rated PG by the Motion Picture Industry of America? Do you know why? Because the Motion Picture Industry said that children should not be exposed to Christianity without the consent of their parents. Yet, witchcraft today is all rated “G,” but is it family oriented? Please understand, Satan has a family-oriented program. He wants desperately to reach your family.