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Disneys Club 33

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posted on Apr, 4 2005 @ 03:02 AM
Mickey Mouse was a weird.

posted on Apr, 4 2005 @ 02:23 PM
Walt only associated himself with the upper class, so do we even have to look for SECRET society connections? His career speaks for itself, he did not even draw Mickey Mouse in the badly drawn Steamboat Mickey (a critically acclaimed piece of crap, thanks to the VERY connections I mentioned earlier).

So you can see, the DeMolays (which I ASSURE you is not a reference to the Knights Templar ) helped him out early and OFTEN.

DeMolays is just a youth group? And who leads the group? What, it has to be a Mason, what? You're saying a Masonic affiliate where they got their Brothers to volunteer (so as to make the connections between DeMolay and Masonry deniable) had nothing to do with helping out a younger generation without the 'burden' of being a known Freemason, but still having all the privileges of such?

Did I mention Disney did underground porn (of every kind) for the first 20 years, just to break even with his cartoons? Yeah, he was supported in that venture too.

posted on Apr, 4 2005 @ 06:21 PM
By the way 1933 is also the year of the Reichstag fire and Hitler's rise to power.

posted on Apr, 4 2005 @ 07:50 PM

Originally posted by akilles
Did I mention Disney did underground porn (of every kind) for the first 20 years, just to break even with his cartoons? Yeah, he was supported in that venture too.

I've heard this before but need more convincing in order to actually believe it. Where is your source? Where is your proof? And if you can please go into more detail on this whole Disney-porn connection.

I am not saying that this is not true I am merely looking for the proof of this. Disney has been known to release EXTREMELY risque films and go completely unseen while doing so. I mean it was Disney that released Kill Bill Vol. 1 under the Disney subsidiary of Miramax so I wouldn't be suprised if the old Mickey is getting his kicks right now from watching Deep Throat.

posted on Apr, 4 2005 @ 08:18 PM
I have a copy of the Jan. 5, 1943 Disney cartoon EDUCATION FOR DEATH.
It is an impressive cartoon of Hitler Youths being bred for service.

There are other cartoons that have been banned that Disney doesnt like to admit exist.

Here is a link to the subject

posted on Apr, 5 2005 @ 11:00 AM

Originally posted by Lord Altmis
Wonder if there is anything surrounding that mouse regarding conspiracies or other Disney cartoons? Nah.

comon man its the holy wood too , the magic wand ***titing***** and all the kids are loaded with the secret program

posted on Apr, 6 2005 @ 05:04 AM
The club is right next to where pirates of the caribbean lets out, theres a door that has a 33 on it, and you have to ring the doorbell and say your name to get inside. Didn't know anything about the masons connection, but I did get that type of vibe from the place.

I go there every year with my parents. My father's boss is a member, and hooks us up with a dinner / day at the park. The membership fee is somewhere around 25k + and the waiting period is over ten years. They make a mean long island, And good martinis too.

One thing I noticed that was peculiar was that they close very early, long before dinner time. And they have world class cooks that work there, the food is amazing. So why would they skip dinner when they have that type of restaurant just kicking it inside disneyland. Is this just to kick out the regular members and friends so the real "elite" can have dinner and congregate?

Let me also say that disney employees are weirdos plain and simple. Every last one of em. I even went to an event where a disney cartoon animator along with this marketing guy gave a talk about the industry, and those guys were just as weird. Even the actors that work on films are at risk for losing it, case in point:

posted on Apr, 16 2005 @ 04:28 AM
This is really interesting.

I worked this past summer 04' at the Anahiem Convention Center next door to Disneyland. While working there, I met a guy who knew a member of the Club Disney/Club 33. The donation is something like $10,000-30,000 per year for lowest-level membership.

There is/was a room in Cinderella's castle with recording equipment hidden in the walls and chandelier, some weird stuff about doors and sound-proofing in the car on the train... stuff like that.

For a guy who made cartoons, it seems Walt Disney was pretty frickin' paranoid.

posted on Apr, 16 2005 @ 09:09 AM
Club 33 is awesome! My ex-boyfriends Father was a member and we would go there for birthdays and other family events. My favorite part of the experience was having the personalized matchbooks waiting at the table for us! My Great Uncle was also one of the original members but because he was part of the old Hollywood crowd he had so many great stories I never talked to him about Club 33 specifically.

As for Disney employees being strange ... well, yeah, most of them are. My husband was an artist for Disney for almost 3 years. It was the most stressful 3 years of his life! It was a complete soap opera!!! I'm sure I'll get slammed for this, but the tizzy fits thrown by the gay men were worse than soap opera cat fights. And, as a heterosexual couple, I felt very discriminated against ... some of their holiday parties didn't include spouses, but if you were gay, your spouse could come!! Not so 'family friendly' if you ask me.

In all fairness, it isn't just Disney that has wierdos and drama queens working for them. I think the majority of talented artists and highly creative people have that wierdo factor in them. I love my husband dearly and he's insanely talented, but no doubt about it, he's a wier, er um, ... he marches to his own drummer.


posted on May, 5 2005 @ 10:54 PM
I wouldn't have a hard time believing that Disney was involved in that sort of stuff. From my understanding, the NWO strives to control world economy and communication. And since Disney the second largest communication company, I wouldn't be surprised if Disney himself was involved in that.

posted on Jul, 24 2005 @ 07:08 PM
talking about disney and masons.. somebody saw national treasure .. its the dumbest movie i've ever seen

a LOT of brainwash & disinfo disneystyle

like if masons were just about a ancient treasure for the mankind .. pfff

posted on Jul, 24 2005 @ 09:30 PM

Originally posted by dz
there's only one place that sells alcohol in disneyland?

in disneyworld there were many

The new park across from Disneyland -- California Adventure -- sells beer and wine.

Or if you are staying in any of the Disneyland hotels, just jump on the monorail and spend a few hours at the hotel bar or the 'D After Dark' area.

posted on Aug, 8 2008 @ 01:08 AM
reply to post by Martinez

You must be invited by Disneyland INC. You need to be famous, a special hero a person of good standing or dignitary. Being invited does not make you a member either. Then as a member you may bring guests with you but no cameras are allowed in the dining room. They have people check them and their own people will take a special picture for you. Yes Disney World has many places that serves alchol but after Walt died too. Club 33 was made for Walt to take his guests up for a special good time. He thought serving alchol did not represent good family values in the public setting. If you have a problem with that there is the gate right there to go find a bar. Remember it's his place. How I know this is because I am retired USAF and my boss was a member. He was a local recruiter and he explaned it to me. Things may have changed a little since but Ii dont think much at all. If you look up the History Channel you will find a film crew did take shots up there and you can see what it looks like. As for Walt being a Mason I have not found out yet. I am a Mason of good standing and we are and never were Illuminati. Sorry to bust your bubbles. Soon as I know you will know. Film at 11.

posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 03:05 AM
reply to post by JustAnIllusion

Club 33 is nothing Masonic. I happen to work in the Club, and although it may seem really mysterious, it really isn't.
If you have done any research on the name, the address has little to do with being '33'.
When Disneyland opened in 1955, Main Street USA was filled with private vendors who paid the Disney company to have their stores there, which is how Disney received some funding for the park. In order to keep a good relationship with these individual companies, Disney decided to create a meeting area for them that would be exclusive and private, inside the park. He had it built next to his, at the time, in construction personal apartment in New Orleans Square. There were 33 private vendors who rented out the stores, therefore, the the club's name became Club 33.
Nothing masonic. Strictly business.

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