posted on Sep, 30 2008 @ 01:10 PM
I have seen innumerable subtle (almost subconscious, implied) messages to children in cartoons, from Disney cartoons to Looney Tunes and various
other commercial ventures.
To deny that the cartoonists and other artists don't try to introduce children to "grown-up" concepts and ideas in these cartoons shows a lack of
understanding of their exact role in society, imo, and all art in general for that matter. I have been shocked by the esoteric teachings I have seen
thinly veiled in cartoons, whether they be intentional or by coincidence, these things have the uncanny ability to make themselves manifest across
I loved the first Star Wars and Indiana Jones movies when I was growing up, and I think they had a similar effect on me subconsciously in that they
made me deeply fascinated with both the beauty and mystery of outer space, and the lost knowledge of ancient civilizations. Vibes appropriate to
these feelings emanate throughout those movies, because they were creative works of art. They are meant to inspire people, not just to numbly
offer a temporary safe-haven from having to worry about your job and bills.
[edit on 30-9-2008 by bsbray11]