Totally Spies and Aleister Crowley

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posted on Mar, 24 2004 @ 04:09 PM
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Greetings,

I'm a big cartoons fan, and, of course, occult-and-paranormal-related-stuff fan too.!!!

Anyways, one day I watched an American cartoon made for kids called "Totally Spies", and it wasn't interesting until they mentioned that episode's villain's name: "Aleister Crowley". The villain guy has nothing to do or related to the real Aleister Crowley.

I looked over the internet, I couldn't find why they decided to call the villain guy Aleister Crowley....
Could that cartoon creators trying to give the ideas to the kids about occultism or realated ideologies? I also found that the cartoon is not only American but also French!!!

What do u guys think?




posted on Mar, 26 2004 @ 12:00 AM
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I say the fake anim isn't brainwashing people....I just think it is just a random name nothing more, you know, how some cartoons name characters after anyone they can think of? Well that could be the case here. So I don't think it has anything to do with the occult in anyway.

But I really don't know since I don't watch the fake anim like that.



posted on Mar, 26 2004 @ 09:32 AM
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Hello Curiosity,,...

Thanx for the reply....

I guess from ur avatar that u r a cartoon fan too...

anyways, what do u think about the rule of cartoons? i mean by if u have already noticed, cartoons changes during decades, do u think that cartoons have a rule on children? do they or can they control children's behavior and mentality?

I think cartoons can affect children's mind, or the cartonist think so. Besides Japanese anime, the American cartoons always have the "Hero Vs. Villains" ideology and that the hero defeats the Villain anytime without much of hasle. Same like when President Bush talks about "the evil doers" and "we prevail the evil", etc.. It is like Bush is from a cartoon like G.I. Joe!!!!




posted on Mar, 26 2004 @ 09:47 AM
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Originally posted by EYE-YAD
anyways, what do u think about the rule of cartoons? i mean by if u have already noticed, cartoons changes during decades, do u think that cartoons have a rule on children? do they or can they control children's behavior and mentality?

I think cartoons can affect children's mind, or the cartonist think so. Besides Japanese anime, the American cartoons always have the "Hero Vs. Villains" ideology and that the hero defeats the Villain anytime without much of hasle. Same like when President Bush talks about "the evil doers" and "we prevail the evil", etc.. It is like Bush is from a cartoon like G.I. Joe!!!!



I know exactly what cartoon you're talking about. I hate the show, myself, and only watched like 2 minutes of it once. It's about three valley-girl-types that are actually super secret, kung-fu kicking spies. I believe it airs on Cartoon Network. It IS curious that they would name a character Aleister Crowley (do you, btw, know who he is now? --just wondering).

I can imagine some kid watching the show, who, 10-20 years from now comes across some Aleister Crowley document and swears they've heard the name before, but they'd never be able to place it (being that they'd never believe it could've been in that cartoon).

This is the kind of thing that lends itself to the belief that hollywood believes it can brainwash and insert pre-conceived notions about items and people into the minds of young children. Done so right under the nose of parents and the like, who wouldn't ever suspect that the cartoons are doing it.

I can't believe I just wrote 3 paragraphs about Totally Spies.



posted on Mar, 26 2004 @ 10:04 AM
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i dont know if they are trying to get kids interested in occultic activities but i will say this

The cartoons that kids see today are the worst of drivel and the is no thinking or morals involved in them.

where im at in america the flintstones,bugs bunny,and any number of quality cartoons and childrens programming is no longer availilble.

alot of what there seeing now is violent and revenge based programming.

when i was a kid it was the land of the lost...HR.puff n stuff ....syd and marty Kroft hour of power...wonderama..zoom...bugs...the groovy ghoulies...scooby doo....courageous cat and minute mouse....Tom and jerry...josie and the pussy cats.....captain caveman....fat albert.....captain kangaroo
magilla gorilla

some of this stuff is the product of the far out 60's .....but you know what it produced imagination in children and for the most part not a brain washed,vengence loving,non caring child



posted on Mar, 26 2004 @ 10:14 AM
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Hello Cappa...

I can't really remember who was the villain guy (his porpuse in the cartoon)...
I just made a google search on it, but it gave me a different name: Dr. Aldous Crowley, not Aleister Crowley.

I remember perfectly back then that the guy wasnt Dr. Aldous Crowley but Aleister Crowley because back then I was reading Aleister Crowley book: "Book of Lies". And i was aware of his name. That's why when they mentioned the name, I immediatly recognized it as Aleister Crowley. I wish could someone verifies it to be sure that I wasnt wrong on this.

BTW, I watched it in Italian!!! (could Italians changed that name to Aleister Crowley? if so why?)

"I am perplexed," ~ Aleister Crowley



posted on Mar, 26 2004 @ 10:45 AM
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Yes they are indeed getting kids use to occultism. Kids and Adults.

Shaman King
www.foxbox.tv... "Looks as if our Japanese brothers have embraced occultism as well. Must have been that damn atomic bomb."
Yoh is Shaman, one of the chosen few who can communicate with ghosts and spirits. Only through a shaman can you connect to the spirit world. But thats only the half of it. Through "Spirit Unity," a shaman can join forces with a spirit--ghost and human, together as one--to feel everything the other feels!

Fox Reality Tv Shows
Fox Tv Series
Fox Pay per View
Twentieth Century Fox Movies
Fox Box for Kids

Many of the shows seem to surround Darkness or Sex. Main themes are betrayal, bribery, greed, revenge, elimination, jealousy, envy, anger, insanity, occultism, symbolism, aliens(reptilian), fear, and impending disaster(natural and unatural).

Playing it Straight
www.fox.com...
1 Woman must figure out who is homosexual in this reality tv show and eliminate them to win prize money. If she gets rid of all the straight men in a given time she loses the prize money.

Forever Eden
www.fox.com...
Big fat green apple with a "Snake" curled around it. Poor Serpent people are racing to get the vision out before they are busted. They should just relax like the Geico Geckko and be nice to people.


American Idol "11" members left? Do all occultists like the #11?
www.idolonfox.com...
Superficial Superficial Superficial. Does Randy have to do the Hookem Horns devil sign everytime he gives a plug? Hes a nice guy and all but come on, Lucifer is saying shuuuudup!
Basically a Talent Show where 3 judges eliminate thousands of people in a talent scout scenario over many weeks on who will be the next American Superstar Idol. Vocal talent and presentation are the theme.


24
www.fox.com...
What can I say, Recruiting for our youngin future spooks. Film glorifies torture in the name of National Security. I would have named it "23" to really drive the message home.


Casino
www.fox.com... "Did it have to be 13 episodes? Quit already with the occultism, your getting silly"!!!
FOX ROLLS THE DICE ON THE CASINO WITH THE SERIES PREMIERE, TUESDAY, JUNE 8th 8pm/7c
THE CASINO, a new unscripted drama created and executive-produced by reality titan Mark Burnett, will premiere on Tuesday, June 8 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Production is currently under way on the 13-episode series that will provide an extraordinary 24/7, behind-the-scenes look at the real-life dramas unfolding at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, as its new owners, Tim Poster and Tom Breitling, take over the business and attempt to bring back the glory of its Rat Pack heyday.



Wonderfalls
www.fox.com... "A female tarzan on lsd"?
Story about a magical event that enables a woman to talk with inanimate objects in the form of animals. She receives cryptic messages that lead her into the lives of others. Kinda like the show, Joan of Arcadia.


Love Cruise
www.fox.com... "All about good ole caveman cock blocking.. I stole your woman".
The producers of Road Rules and The Real World invite you aboard Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage for love, betrayal and intimate affairs. In this unscripted, unpredictable series, sixteen singles set a course for true love on a fifteen-day, tropical cruise. Once at sea, these charismatic guys and gals meet with the hopes of making that special connection. Some will find instant chemistry, while others will feel the cold winds of rejection. However, they'll all soon realize that anything goes in the game of love.



Temptation Island 2 "Same thing, cock blocking" "I stole your woman"
Like its successful predecessor, TEMPTATION ISLAND 2 is an unscripted dramatic series in which unmarried couples travel to an exotic locale to test and explore the strength of their relationships.
Once at the location, the couples are introduced to eligible singles and then separated from their partners until the final day of their stay.
www.fox.com...

Fox Pay per View
www.foxppv.com...

Playing Now
League of Extraordinary Gentleman
www.foxhome.com...
Another subliminal representing "The Elite" "Now I know your not talking about the Bohemian Grove Owl people".

thirteen
www2.foxsearchlight.com...
This movie is rated R for:
Drug use, self destructive violence, language and sexuality - all involving young teens
Hey...isn't 13 a favorite number used by the Bohemian Grove Owl people?

The Order
theordermovie.com...
Secret Societies fight between good and evil in this movie. Classic subliminal honoring of Skull and Bones and the final days(Armageddon) in the mid east. from Fox pay per view.


X2
www.x2-movie.com...
Based on the comic super heroes "The X Men" Mutants that have been estranged from society wage war on other mutants destined to take over the entire planet proving that not all mutants are evil. X2 is also another cryptic subliminal message and represents "the double cross"(X2) 2 Mutants in this movie are highly emphasized with reptilian like eyes. Cute little Geico Geckko.


Coming Soon
Runaway Jury
www.runawayjurymovie.com...
What can I say,the USA court system up close and personal. With a special emphasis on "Gun Lobby" and gun laws in our media today.
From master storyteller John Grisham ("The Firm," "The Pelican Brief") comes RUNAWAY JURY, a suspense-thriller about a high-priced and ruthless jury "consultant" (Gene Hackman) who will stop at nothing to secure a verdict on an explosive trial. With lives and millions of dollars at stake, the fixer wages a deadly battle with a jury member (John Cusack), a mysterious woman (Rachel Weisz) and an honest lawyer (Dustin Hoffman). The film marks the first pairing of screen legends Gene Hackman and Dustin Hoffman.


Le Divorce
www.le-divorce.com...
The relationship between the US and France regarding Iraq War? Damn those french fries!
As scandal ensues, the American idealism and irrepresible spirit of the Walker sisters comes up against the French sophistication and stubborn rationalism of the Persand family. Complicating the two families' relations is a painting in Roxy's possession that is discovered to be worth millions of dollars. And then, quite suddenly, a crime of passion disrupts all the scheming and culture clashes - and opens up new possibilities for understanding.


Coming to Theatres Soon from Twentieth Century Fox

Now Online

"The Day After"
May 28th 2004
www.thedayaftertomorrow.com...
A end of the world movie about the effects of global warming and what it has done to the earths weather patterns. Funny thing, much of the movie is based in scientific fact but will be received as just another "Movie". Its not real, nothing to worry about.

Alien vs Predator
August 2004
www.avp-movie.com...
Wonder if Arnold will be in this one?

Alien Resurrection
www.alien-resurrection.com...
Make those Aliens look extra scarey so when we see the real thing we dont freak out.

X Files "Fight the Future"
Interesting subliminals in this movie from Director Chris Carter of 1013 productions (10+13=23) theres that damn 23 again.
From the series the X Files, Fox Mulder and Dana Skully come to the big screen to stop the impending Alien threat. Theme is based around (biologicals, alien of course)( vaccine,the only cure) "How many anthrax shots did Bush order a week ago for the population"? (Alien ship parked in the Antarctic used as a underground facility) At the first of the movie a Federal Building is demolished from a bomb and low and behold, It looked just like the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. Remember elohim city? Elohim? isnt that one of them fallin angels?

Lake Placid
www.foxmovies.com...
About a big prehistoric crocodile.....good reptilian theme but Im still in love with that cute Gekko that advertises for Geico. Such a nice lizard, why cant they all be that way?



Insane?
Freddy got Fingered
www.freddygotfingered.com...
Go to the website, it can explain it better.

Fight Club
www.foxmovies.com...
Insane Brutality and fraternity. Shhhhh, I can keep a secret.


Saturday Morning Cartoons Fox Box for kids
www.foxbox.tv...


MegaMoolah March.
foxbox.tv...
Wow,,,,,, Money. Bow down, for it is your god young children.


and my favorite occultism for kids and adults



If you look closely there are 3(6s) in the LOGO

Backwards 6 in the (D) a 6 in the dot of the (i) and a 6 in the (y)



Compare with old Disney Logo






6 triangles or pyramids in the castle?



posted on Mar, 26 2004 @ 12:51 PM
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Originally posted by project_pisces
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and my favorite occultism for kids and adults

www.angelfire.com...

If you look closely there are 3(6s) in the LOGO

Backwards 6 in the (D) a 6 in the dot of the (i) and a 6 in the (y)

Compare with old Disney Logo

www.themeparkland.co.uk...

laughingplace.com...

6 triangles or pyramids in the castle?


I just wanted to point out that....the last two pictures, they are the DISNEYLAND logos, they were never a logo for the compony. I tried to find the original Walt Disney co. logo but I came up nothing, the one on the old Fantasia poster is the closest to it....



also I looked and the movies/cartoons that he did, the logo was useualy in the style font of the title. that logo that we use now was made after his death.

Sorry, I just wanted to point that out.....so don't get angry at me.....

[Edited on 26-3-2004 by Curiosity]



posted on Apr, 20 2004 @ 12:17 PM
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Originally posted by Cappa
This is the kind of thing that lends itself to the belief that hollywood believes it can brainwash and insert pre-conceived notions about items and people into the minds of young children. Done so right under the nose of parents and the like, who wouldn't ever suspect that the cartoons are doing it.


It wouldnt supprise me, media kings pushing their ideas discretly through cartoons into impressionable minds.



posted on Apr, 20 2004 @ 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by Curiosity
But I really don't know since I don't watch the fake anim like that.


Thank god there is somebody else out there with this belief. I am so sick of all the americanized crap passing itself off as anime. Think I'll go home and watch 'X' tonight.

As for the AC reference, there is probably no relievence other then it seems like a creepy name to begin with.



posted on Apr, 20 2004 @ 01:20 PM
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I'm glad this thread was brought back...

I went with a couple friends of mine, and their children, to the movies this past weekend. We went to see "Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed". When the gang walks into the huge, mysterious haunted castle, they come to the Library.

While in the Library, Daphne (I think thats the smart one) is looking through the books and reads off a few of the names-- others I had never heard of, but then (bing) Aleister Crowley's name appears.

Now, like others, I hadn't heard of Crowley until I came upon a few of his books (Book of Law, Book of Lies, and numerous smaller texts regarding channeling and magic). Immediately when I heard her say his name, I thought to myself, "how would any child know of this man? And why would anyone want his name known?"



posted on Apr, 25 2004 @ 05:41 AM
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Originally posted by Cappa
I'm glad this thread was brought back...

I went with a couple friends of mine, and their children, to the movies this past weekend. We went to see "Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed". When the gang walks into the huge, mysterious haunted castle, they come to the Library.

While in the Library, Daphne (I think thats the smart one) is looking through the books and reads off a few of the names-- others I had never heard of, but then (bing) Aleister Crowley's name appears.

Now, like others, I hadn't heard of Crowley until I came upon a few of his books (Book of Law, Book of Lies, and numerous smaller texts regarding channeling and magic). Immediately when I heard her say his name, I thought to myself, "how would any child know of this man? And why would anyone want his name known?"


Hey, I remember this from Scooby Doo 2 and Totally Spies now. I didn't realise it was actually based on anyone real though.
O/T: When did Mystery Inc get a house? They always used to just be in The Mystery Machine.

Back to the point: when watching the God channel a few weeks ago (purely for amusement, i'm not religious) the preacher was talking about TV and the occult. Apparently Buffy, Angel, Superman, Power Rangers,The Smurfs, Harry Potter, Pokemonand UBOS etc. are teaching children a dangerous association with the occult.
About the only safe show is Arthur.

PS: more fake anime: Sonic X.



posted on Aug, 1 2004 @ 11:54 PM
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Greetings to everyone -
I'm new to this board but can't help post to some of the goofy comments left by sort of goofy people like 'Watcher in the Skies' above about the drivel, occultism and violence that's shoved down our kids throats these days. Every generation takes a step down the ladder. What was violent to our parents was normal to us. What's violent to us now is normal to our children and our children will be telling their children the same thing.
I'm guessing Tom and Jerry wasn't very violent? H.R. Puffenstuff taught you morals? Bugs Bunny never asked anyone 'how many lumps do'ya want' and proceeded to deck anyone with a sledgehammer?
I know what you mean about all the violence on television though. After my kids are done watching Bear in the Big Blue House, Blue's Clues or the Wiggles the first place they head is under their beds, yank out their brass knuckles and assault weapons to tell me their hittin' da street!
Quit growing so old and failing to enjoy new things.
As for the 'brain-washed, non-loving, non-caring child' thingy you mentioned? That just comes from their upbringing. Most parents are too busy naysaying all the stuff that's out right now because it's not what THEY watched growing up. Things change. Really sit down and actually watch some of the new shows not with your aging-glaucoma covered eyes but with the eyes of a young, fresh mind.
Take care,
Coatimundi



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 11:16 AM
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I've seen that show a few times. The villains pretty much get some kind of random name for the most part. That or a descriptive name. If you ask me the shows a rip off of Charlies Angels. But I stongly doubt that there advirtising the accult. Most kids wouldn't even think of the occult.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 12:34 PM
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I agree with the sentiment in this thread. We as a society are being flushed down the toilet through our pop culture. Weither it be movies, music, cartoons, books, you name it. By the way, using the name Alister Crowley in a cartoon. In my opinion, is about as much of an "accident" or "coincidence", as the courts in Colorado accidentally releasing the name of Koby Bryant's accuser in his rape trial 3 times. Here are a couple of my observations.

Disney Channel's Recess cartoon- The principals name is Principle Prickley. Out of all of the names they could have used, that's what they chose?

Britney Spears- The idol of young girls everywhere, saying "Whoops, I did it again. I played with your heart. Got lost in the game, oh baby baby." I would never let my daughter listen to that crapola. What kind of message is that suppossed to send to young girls about love?

Tom Sawyer



posted on Sep, 5 2004 @ 04:11 PM
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Originally posted by EYE-YAD
I'm a big cartoons fan, and, of course, occult-and-paranormal-related-stuff fan too.!!!


You'll love this...


Did you watch Justice League Unlimited last night? (Saturday nights at 8:30 pm EST, Cartoon Network) The latest episode featured a new hero known only as "The Question" -- and he just came out and talked about the Illuminati like it was no big deal!


forums.toonzone.net...



posted on Sep, 5 2004 @ 05:25 PM
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Originally posted by ThunderCloud

Originally posted by EYE-YAD
I'm a big cartoons fan, and, of course, occult-and-paranormal-related-stuff fan too.!!!


You'll love this...


Did you watch Justice League Unlimited last night? (Saturday nights at 8:30 pm EST, Cartoon Network) The latest episode featured a new hero known only as "The Question" -- and he just came out and talked about the Illuminati like it was no big deal!


forums.toonzone.net...


I saw that the guy Mr Mysterious I think his name was. He was a huge conspiracy buff. That episode talked about a military private company connection and a secret group running the show.

I loved when he said it wasnt conspiracy theories, rather it was conspiracy theory a singular conspiracy that connected them all. The episode also dealt with cloning.

It is a great cartoon, well written



posted on Sep, 5 2004 @ 06:28 PM
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I don't think the show Totally Spies is trying to get kids interested in the occult. Probaly just used a name that sounds evil to them.



posted on Sep, 5 2004 @ 08:49 PM
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i watch like a bajillion cartoons everyday and i never....ever think of a cult in the show........i dont even know wtf the illumnati is and how would other kids from 3-12 know about the illumnati?....who the hell cares.....its not like the illumnati is going to take over the earth when were still around damn......your alll...err whats the word?....paranoid yea...YOUR ALL PARANOID I SAY!.......you people need to stop reading about cults damn.....



posted on Sep, 5 2004 @ 11:24 PM
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All film makers are basically artists, whether its Tarantino's numerology references or a cartoonists use of an obscure writers name for a villain. It means nothing more than a little intellectual showmanship for anyone whose bothered with the detail.





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